The WALKERs in OLD GORGE CEMETERY, Woodville :: Genealogy
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on 2009-04-05 15:56:58

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by KableWalker on 2013-03-16 00:17:11

These are NOT my New Zealand Walkers as none of the christian names with those dates make any sense. My Walkers buried in New Zealand would be Gertrude (nee Lawrence), Hector Granville, Ivan, Victoria Gladys, David Corinthic, Cyril Noel Ann & a few infant males from around 1906 to 1916. My Walkers did not arrive from England until around 1906.

by ngairedith on 2013-03-16 05:23:53

by ngairedith on 2013-03-16 06:10:42

AND... (rereading that) it looks as though husband William was not on the ticket so, as he died in Wellington he obviously did come, so possible he arrived before them ?? - within 9 months of them :)
ALSO, the newspaper article would have normally said "wife of William Walker gave birth"

by Pattied on 2013-03-17 22:38:05

Hi ngairedith
I'm Pattie Dickson - I have just come across this site for Walkers. My G/grandather Benjamin Parks Walker of Hokitika married Annie Slovin and their child was my grandmother Elizabeth Winifred Walker who married grandfather William Loveday of Woodville. You have helped me with the Loveday family so I wondered if you knew where Benjamin and Annie came from. It doesn't look like we are related to the above Walkers.
Regards Pattie

by ngairedith on 2013-03-18 05:11:23

hi Pattie,
well, Enoch was born in 1840 in Masham, North Yorkshire, England & I think they may have been brothers. Enoch runs down that family and their father may have also been Enoch

by Pattied on 2013-03-18 19:24:38

Thank you very much for your help, looks like they were brothers. Will search some more. Regards Pattie

by zuluspiri on 2013-07-23 01:56:21

Hi there
The above mentioned walkers are related to my family. And are a new lead for me.
I have some information about Enoch, brother to Thomas. But there is no mention of a brother Benjamin.
I'd like to talk to more people about this line. I haven't figured out how yet but they are related somewhere along the lines to the de Malmanche family.
You can email me at [email protected]

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