"Windows Into Our Past The Longhunters, Volume 3", compiled by Judy Parsons Smith © 2001.
Dr. Thomas Walker , was one of the first white man to trod the soil of Lee County, Virginia.
According to the 1850 U.S. Census Richmond City – Henrico County, Virginia, we find:
Walker, James E
30 (b. 1820), VA
Matilda 24 (b. 1826), IN
Jas. H.C . 6 (b. 1844), VA
Caroline F.M. 4 (b. 1846), VA
Mary S.C. 3 (b. 1847, VA
Crump, Susan 45 (b. 1805), VA
James E. Walker , b. 1820, Virginia; m. Matilda Crump (?), b. 1826, Indiana. James & Matilda (Crump ?) Walker had at four children:
Jas. H. C. Walker, b. 1844
2. Caroline Francis Ann Matilda Walker , b. 1846 , VA
3. Mary S. C. Walker, b. 1847
4. Roburter (f)
2. Caroline Francis Ann Matilda Walker , daughter of James E. & Matilda (Crump) Walker , b. 1846, VA; m. 1st ________ Buck , d. ca. 1871-1874; m. 2nd ca. 1871-1874 to A. D. Farley , b. 1853, Virginia.
_________ & Caroline F. A. M. (
· Lidia Buck , b. 1871, VA
A.D. & Carolin e (Walker)(Buck ) Farley had four (4) children:
, b. 1875, VA
b. Willie Farley , b. 1878, VA
c. Bertie Farley , b. ca. 1880; m. Willie Garton , son of James H. & Mary (Allen) Garton .
d. Lillie May Farley , b. 9 Oct 1882,
For Further Information See Atkins, Farley & Garton
[i] According to the 1860 Henrico County Census. See Farley Family Information in this Volume.