Abt 1812 - 1857
||Nancy Ann "Ann" Perkins [1, 2] |
||Marion County, Indiana 
||Abt Sep 1812
||Marion County, Indiana [1, 3]
||Hendricks County, Indiana 
- James Walker: 1 free white male(s) age 30-40 (James), 1 free white female(s) age 20-30 (Ann)
||Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana 
- Ann Walker, age 30, female, white, born in Kentucky
- Possibly her father's name was Reuben; see the notes for the 1850 federal census under husband James for possible siblings or nieces and nephews who were living with James and Ann at that year.
One of those likely siblings, Joshua Perkins, was listed in the 1874 book The People's Guide: a business, political and religious directory of Hendricks County, Indiana, together with a collection of very important documents and statistics connected with our moral, political and scientific history (ancestry.com): Perkins, Joshua; farmer 2 m n e Avon. Born in Kenrucky, 1819; settled in H. C. 1838. Old Whig. Protestant.
Siblings in that census are likely:
Martha Perkins, age 17, female, born in Kentucky, attended school during the previous year
Jane Perkins, age 14, female, born in Indiana, attended school during the previous year
Joshua Perkins, age 25, male, occupation farmer, born in Kentucky
Richard Perkins, age 20, male, occupation farmer, born in Kentucky
This family, apparently, in the 1830 federal census (attached image):
1830 US Census, Lincoln County Kentucky, page 334, 666 and 667
Reuben Perkins: 1 free white male under age 5, 1 free white male age 5-10, 1 free white male age 30-40, 1 free white female under age 5, 1 free white female age 5-10, 1 free white female 20-30, total persons: 6
- Nancy "Ann" (Perkins) Walker's grave is located at the Hammondsburg Cemetery in Otter Township, Warren County, Iowa. The epitaph on the stone is: "Nancy A., wife of J. Walker, Died September 11, 1857, Aged 45 years"
||The Headstone of Nancy "Ann" (Perkins) Walker
||11 Sep 1857 [1, 3, 6, 7]
||Hammondsburg Cemetery, Otter Township, Warren County, Iowa [3, 7]
||31 Mar 2015 |
||James Walker, b. Abt 1802, Knox County, Tennessee , d. 26 Apr 1863, probably in Iowa |
||19 Feb 1835
||Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana [1, 8, 9]
|Indiana Marriage Records
- Name: Ann Perkins; Spouse: James Walker; Date: 19 February 1835; County: Marion; State: Indiana; Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT; Microfilm: 0499367 - 0499368
| ||1. Sarah Jane Walker, b. 1842, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||2. Julia Ann Walker, b. 9 Dec 1844, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana , d. 16 Sep 1870, Warren County, Iowa |
| ||3. Mary E. Walker, b. Abt 1846, Indiana , d. Yes, date unknown|
|>||4. James A. Chester Walker, b. Mar 1849, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana , d. 25 Jan 1928, Warren County, Iowa |
|>||5. John Bennett Walker, b. 1851, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana , d. 1917, Warren County, Iowa |
| ||6. Charles C. Walker, b. 1852, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana |
||21 Jan 2014 |
- [S452] Walker, James and Ann (Perkins) - Imported Gedcom File (Reliability: 3).
Date of Import: Jan 9, 2001
- [S94] LDS Online Record (Reliability: 3).
URL: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/IGI/family_group_record.asp?familyid=321397992&indi_id=100322371685&lds=1®ion=11&frompage=99 (5/2007)
- [S8715] Walker, Nancy "Ann" (Perkins) - Headstone Photograph, (her grave is at the Hammondsburg Cemetery in Otter Township, Warren County, Iowa; photo provided courtesy of "karon.king" at Iowa Gravestones Photo Project (web site); Memorial #: 672005S3) (Reliability: 3).
- [S4989] 1840 US Census (Reliability: 3).
Hendricks County, Indiana
- [S366] 1850 US Census (Reliability: 4).
Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana; Enumerated August 26, 1850; Page #235, Sheet #118
- [S451] 1860 US Census (Reliability: 3).
1860 US Census; Otter Township, Warren County, Iowa; Enumerated July 27, 1860; Page #206
- [S5631] Iowa Gravestone Photo Project (Reliability: 3).
- [S365] Indiana Marriages through 1850 (Indiana State Library).
- [S450] Indiana Marriages, 1800-1941 (ancestry.com) (Reliability: 3).