WALTERS

Information on this page from Windows Into Our Past, A Genealogy of the Parsons, Smith and Associated Families, Vol. 1 ©1996, Judy Parsons Smith

In Pennsylvania German Pioneers, by Strassburger there are several immigrants by the last name of Walters .

In Pennsylvania German Church Records, by the Pennsylvania German Society, p. 399, a Michael Walter is listed as a witness to the baptism of Marie Marcela on 24 Oct 1756.

  Michael Walter the Schoolmaster and wife.”


(TBP) Michael Walter

Michael Walter , d. 1798, Orange Co., VA; m. to Sarah (Unknown) .  Michael & Sarah (Unknown) Walter had at least one (1) child:

(TBP) Michael Walters Jr.

Michael Walters, Jr., son of Michael & Sarah (Unknown)  Walters, b. 1788-1789, Bucks Co., PA; m. 29 Oct 1812 to Sarah “Sally” McFarland, b. 1788, Virginia.  Michael & Sarah (McFarland) Walters , Jr. had at least one (1) child:

(TBP) (male) Walters

(male) Walters , son of Michael & Sarah (McFarland) Walters , Jr. ; m. Francis C. (Unknown).  (male) & Francis C. (Unknown) Walters had at least one (1) child:

George Williams Walters

George Williams Walters, possible son of (male) & Francis C. (Unknown) Walters, b. 23 Aug 1844, Marshall Co., KY; d. 19 Jun 1923, Marshall Co., KY; m. bef. 1866 to Martha Patsy Cope, daughter of Spencer & Lettuce (Unknown) Cope, b. 1847.  George & Martha (Cope) Walters had children:

James Williams Walters

James “Pappy” Williams Walters, son of George & Martha (Cope) Walters, b. 28 Jun 1866, Marshall Co., KY; d. 31 Aug 1951, Hardin, Marshall Co., KY; m. 3 Oct 1885 to Martha Ann Hunt.  Pappy & Martha (Hunt) Walters had children:

Tempie Ellen Walters

Tempie Ellen Walters, daughter of Pappy & Martha (Hunt) Walters, b. 12 Oct 1897, Kentucky; d. 5 Feb 1979, Benton, Marshall Co., KY, age 81; m. date unknown , Benton, Marshall Co., KY to Morris M. Sloan , son of Joe & Parthenia (Hall) Sloan, b. 5 Jan 1893, Kentucky; d. 4 Jan 1894, Benton, Marshall Co., KY.  Both Morris M. & Tempie ( Walters ) Sloan are buried at the Marshall County Memorial Gardens cemetery.  Morris M. Sloan worked for the L & N Railroad.  According to family tradition he was the son of a Cherokee Indian Chief.  Morris & Tempie ( Walters ) Sloan had ten (10)  children, See Sloan.