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Paul Moyers Walker

Paul Moyers Walker

Male 1904 - 1959

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  • Name  Paul Moyers Walker  [1, 2
    Born  13 Oct 1904  Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    Gender  Male 
    Iowa State Census  1905  Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    • Paul M. Walker, Card Number: 194; Post Office Address: Newport, Iowa: Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa; Roll: IA_96
    Census  1910  Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    • Paul M. Walker, son, male, white, age 5, single, birthplace Iowa, father's birthplace Iowa, mother's birthplace Iowa, occupation none
    Iowa State Census  1915  Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    • Card Number: 438, male, white, single, 9 months in public school in 1914, could read, could write, number of years in Iowa: 10, Paul M. Walker, age 10, Louisa County, post office address: Morning Sun, Morning Sun Township, extent of education in the common schools: 5, birth place: Iowa, did not own home or farm, father's birthplace: Iowa, mother's birthplace: Iowa, signed by assessor: J. B. Owens
    Census  1920  Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    • Paul M. Walker, son, male, white, age 14, single, could read, could write, born in Iowa, father's birthplace Iowa, mother's birthplace Iowa, could speak English, occupation none
    Newspaper Article  19 Dec 1922  Davenport, Scott County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    The Davenport Democrat and Leader 
    • Morning Sun Man Hurt When Car Overturns
      Peter Hunt Is Seriously and Probably Fatally Injured.


      Morning Sun (IA), December 19. -- Peter Hunt of this place was seriously and probably fatally injured at an early hour Sunday morning. He, in company with Paul Walker, also of this place, was coming home from West Burlington where they are employed in the shops, to spend Sunday with the home folks. They were traveling at high speed when the car struck something on the road and was overturned. The accident happened near Mediapolis and Dr. Stewart was summoned from there. He brought the injured man and his companion on to Morning Sun. Hunt was injured internally and lay unconscious until late Sunday evening. He is reported to be resting easier today.

      Small Fires

      Morning Sun was the scene of two fires Monday morning. The fire department was called to the C. I. Hewitt home about 9 a.m. where a roof fire was in progress. It was soon extinguished but not before a hole three feet square had been burned.

      Immediately following the Hewitt fire, a roof blaze was discovered at the C. H. Smith home in the north part of town. Almost the entire roof was burned and considerable damage done to the household goods before the firemen succeeded in getting the flames under control.
    Iowa State Census  1925  Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    • (Married to Belle Walker, living with her:) Line number: 142: Paul M. Walker, head of household, male, white, age 20, married, rented, amount of rent: $10, number of years in Iowa: 20, attended rural school, highest reader attained: 4th grade, could read, could write, place of birth: Iowa, name of father: Samuel N. Walker, father's birthplace: Iowa, father's age at last birthday: 55, name of mother: Hattie Moyers, mother's birthplace: Iowa, place of marriage of parents: Iowa, occupation involved with trade/transportation, church affiliation: (nothing)
    Newspaper Article  5 Oct 1930  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    The Morning Sun News-Herald 
    • A picnic was held at the home of Thomas Walker Sunday, October 5 [1930]. Those who enjoyed the affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marston, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Pierce, Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. George Walker, and daughters, Vera and Mazie, Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Umphrey and children, Thelma and Margretta, and Thomas and Paul of New London; Miss Velma Robbins, Sam and Paul Walker of Moline, Illinois; Misses Ruth, Viola and Leota Walker and William Walker of Wapello and the host, Thomas Walker of Morning Sun.
    Residence  5 Oct 1930  Moline, Rock Island County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    Residence  Mar 1931  north of Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    Newspaper Article  14 Mar 1931  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [14
    The Burlington Hawk-Eye 
    • JUNIOR-SENIOR EVENT PLANNED
      Morning Sun High School Junior Class Begins Plans for Entertainment
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      [...] Paul and Miss Leota Walker went to New London Thursday to stay a few days with their sister, Mrs. G. P. Umphrey and children. [...]
    Hattie 'Leota' Walker and Paul Moyers Walker Visit the  Maude Mae (Walker) Umphrey Family After the Death of Her Husband
    Hattie "Leota" Walker and Paul Moyers Walker Visit the Maude Mae (Walker) Umphrey Family After the Death of Her Husband
    A news item in the column with the Morning Sun, Iowa, local news, reporting Hattie "Leota" and Paul Moyers Walker had gone to New London (Iowa) to visit their sister, Maude Umphrey, soon after the death of her husband, Geoffrey Paul Umphrey.
    Residence  May 1936  Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [15, 16
    Residence  Mar 1939  Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [17
    Newspaper Article  15 Feb 1945  Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [18
    The Wapello Republican 
    • Shown above are the three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Walker, Route 2, Wapello, all of whom are serving in the U. S. army, and all of them overseas in the European war theater. They are left to right as follows: Pfc. John H. Walker (listed missing in action), T-4 Sgt. William D. Walker and Cpl. Paul M. Walker.

      Pfc. John H. Walker is listed missing in action in Germany since November 24, 1944, according to a message received from the war department January 10. No further word concerning him has been received. He was inducted into service on March 17, 1944, at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, and was sent from there to Camp Roberts, California, where he received basic training in an infantry unit. In August he was transferred to Camp Geo. G. Meade, Maryland, and on September 10 was sent across to England. Soon thereafter he was sent to the front lines and had been in France and Belgium. At the siege of Aachen, in Germany, he was in one of the two battalions whose job it was to encircle Aachen and they held this line until the garrison surrendered October 22. The last word received from him was dated November 14, 1944.

      T-4 Sgt. William D. Walker was inducted into the service in November 1942, and sent to Camp Beal California for training in the armored branch of the service. He was detailed in charge of part of the guns and was advanced to the rank of T-sergeant with the 13th Division in December 1943. The division moved to Camp Bowie, Brownwood, Texas, and in May 1944 he was sent to the armored school at Ft. Knox, Kentucky, where he received his certificate of proficiency on June 3. After a visit at home he returned to Brownwood where he remained until he was sent overseas about January 18, 1945. No word of his arrival overseas has been received at this writing. His address at present is:

      T-4 William D. Walker, 37445721 APO 363 care PM New York, New York

      Cpl. Paul M. Walker was inducted into service at Salt Lake City, Utah, October 28, 1943, and was sent to Fort Douglas, Utah, for training. Later he was transferred to Sheppard Field in Texas and thereafter to airfields at Wilmington, North Carolina, and Richmond, Virginia. In March 1944, he was sent to a port of embarkation and thence in England. Since his arrival overseas he has been in France and other nations on the western front. As he is serving in detached service with the air force he is on the move most of the time with a group of men from his branch of service. His address at last report was:

      Cpl. Paul M. Walker, 89835870 APO 134, care PM, New York, New York
    Residence  Feb 1958  San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California Find all individuals with events at this location  [19, 20
    Died  1 Mar 1959  Tuolumne County, California Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 21
    Cause: the effects of chronic alcoholism 
    Buried  5 Mar 1959  Mountain Shadow Cemetery, Sonora, Tuolumne County, California Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 22, 23
    Obituary  12 Mar 1959  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [24
    the Morning Sun News-Herald 
    • Paul Walker Dead in California

      Mrs. Trevor Kimble has been notified of the death of her brother, Paul M. Walker, son of the late S. N. and Reil Hannah Walker (sic: Hattie Mae Moyers was his mother; Reil was his stepmother). Walker died March 3 in a hospital in Sonora, California, following several years of ill health. Military funeral services were held at Sonora on March 5.

      Survivors include two half-sisters, Mrs. Kimble of Morning Sun and Mrs. Verl V. Van Houten of Corpus Christi, Texas; one half-brother, Robert Walker of Corpus Christi and the following brothers and sisters: Elsie Walker, Benton, Arkansas; George Walker, West Burlington; Mrs. Maude Fortner, Detroit, Michigan; Clifford Walker, New London; Mrs. Myrtle Dotson, West Burlington; Samuel Walker, Marion, Iowa; William Walker, Marion, Iowa; Mrs. Leota Brum (sic: Brumm) New London.
    School  Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [25
    Midway School (a one-room schoolhouse) 
    • Paul Walker attended Midway School during the term ending May 1915:

      Midway School
      District No. 10
      Louisa County, Iowa
      Term ending May 7, 1915

      Reil Hannah, Teacher
      Miss Izola Sweeney - County Superintendent.

      SCHOOL OFFICERS

      Sameul (sic) Walker, Director
      T. J. Callahan, President
      Robert Newell, Secretary

      Pupils

      Merle Thompson
      Karl Wischmeier
      Clifford Walker
      Linda Eklund
      Donald Jamison
      Ross Walker
      Cecil Blair
      Myrtle Walker
      Dorothy Jamison
      Edith Eklund
      Audrey Thompson
      Reta Van Winkle
      Paul Walker
      Glen Perry
      Nellie Cowles
      Pauline Otto
      Richard Otto
      Edith Cowels
      Evelyn Van Winkle
    The 1915 School Roster of Midway School near Newport, Iowa
    The 1915 School Roster of Midway School near Newport, Iowa
    Midway School's roster in 1915 included: Reil Hannah (Jennie "Reil" Hannah), teacher; Sameul (sic) Walker (Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker), President; T. J. Callahan (Thomas James Callahan), Secretary; and the following partial list of students: Clifford Walker (Thomas Clifford "Cliff" Walker), Ross Walker (Albert "Ross" Walker), Myrtle Walker (Zella "Myrtle" Walker), and Paul Walker (Paul Moyers Walker).
    California Death Records 
    • Paul M.Walker; born: October 13, 1904; mother's maiden name: Moyer; father's surname: Walker; sex: male; where born: Iowa; county where death occurred: Tuolumne; death date: March 1, 1959; age at time of death: 54 yrs
    Cemetery Info/Epitaph 
    • Paul Moyers Cemetery Lot at Mountain Shadow Cemetery is S-6, Block 209. This information was found and emailed by a volunteer at the Tuolumne County, California, GenWeb site.
    Application for a Headstone of U.S. Veteran, Paul Moyers Walker
    Application for a Headstone of U.S. Veteran, Paul Moyers Walker
    A headstone application submitted by Robert M. Hooe of Sonora, California, for Paul Walker after his death in March 1959.
    Headstone Photograph 
    • Paul Walker's grave is at Mountain Shadow Cemetery in Sonora, Tuolumne County, California. The epitaph on the stone is: "Paul M. Walker, California, Cpl US Army, World War II, October 13, 1`904 - March 1, 1959"
    The Headstone of Paul Moyers Walker
    The Headstone of Paul Moyers Walker
    Person ID  I64  All Families
    Last Modified  19 Mar 2015 

    Father  Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker,   b. 24 Jul 1869, a log house two miles north of New London, Henry County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Mar 1957, Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Hattie Mae "Harriett" Moyers,   b. 18 Jul 1876, Tama Township, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Apr 1918, near Newport, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  25 Oct 1893  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 27, 28, 29
    Iowa Marriage Records 
    • Walker, Samuel N.; Spouse: Moyers, Hattie May; Marriage Date: 25 October 1893; County: Louisa; State: Iowa
    Marriage Fact 
    • (Email note from Marge Kimble re marriage as found in Louisa County marriage book:) October 25,1893 Samuel N. Walker, age 25/Hattie May Moyers, age 18.
    Officiant  Reverend Henness  [31
    Residence  20 Apr 1896  Abingdon, Knox County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location  [31, 32
    • Son George Percy Walker was born in Abingdon on this date.
    Residence  Abt 1896/1899  Abingdon, Knox County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 31, 33
    • Sam and Hattie moved to Abingdon from Iowa. Sam worked for the railroad there. They apparently had returned to Newport, Iowa, by December 1899, when Albert "Ross" Walker was born. Acdording to the 1895 Iowa state census, they were living in Louisa County, Iowa, in 1895, so they must have moved to Illinois in about 1896.
    Photos

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    Samuel Nathaniel and Hattie Mae 'Harriet' (Moyers) Walker and Their First Ten Children
    Samuel Nathaniel and Hattie Mae "Harriet" (Moyers) Walker and Their First Ten Children
    Sam and Harriet Walker had eleven children. Hattie died not long after the birth of their last child, Bill Walker (William David). This photograph was taken in 1915, after the birth of their daughter, Ruth. In the back row, left to right, standing, were: Maude Mae, George Prcy, Zella "Myrtle," Thomas Clifford "Cliff," and Paul Moyers Walker. Seated, left to right: Albert Ross, Samuel Nathaniel Hattie Mae (Moyers), and Elsie Ella Walker. Children in the front were: Hattie "Leota, Samuel Clinton "Sam," and Ruth Rebecca Walker.
    A Map of the Area With the 'Walker Homestead' in Louisa County, Iowa
    A Map of the Area With the "Walker Homestead" in Louisa County, Iowa
    The "Walker Homestead" refers to the home built by Samuel Dotson (1858-1931) for Charles Pearsey Walker and his second wife, Sarah Ann (Houseman/Edgar) Walker, finished in 1903. The small village of Newport is a few miles southeast of where the home was. Samuel Nathaniel Walker and his families lived there as well until the 1930s. The house was torn down, probably in the 1960s or at the latest in the 1970s.
    Siblings Elsie, George, and Maude Walker
    Siblings Elsie, George, and Maude Walker
    The girls on this photograph are labeled backwards (i.e. Elsie is on the right, Maude on the left). These were the first three children born to Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" and Harriet Mae "Hattie" (Moyers) Walker. They were Elsie Ella Walker (1894-1992), George Percy Walker (1896-1985), and Maude Mae Walker (1897-1970). The photograph was probably taken in 1898 (as Maude appears to be about a year old), and was taken in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, by Will Dyall. The Dyall name continued into the 1940s or 1950s, at least, as a photography business in Mt. Pleasant. Many of the senior class photographs which are on this site were taken at the C. Herbert Dyall Studio. (Provided courtesy of Connie Gutting.)
    The 'Walker Homestead'
    The "Walker Homestead"
    Marge Kimble calls the house in the photograph the "Walker Homestead." It was the home of Charles Pearsey Walker in the 19th century, built in 1903 by Samuel Dotson (1858-1931). It was later the home of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker when Charles moved to a smaller home on his property.

    Several of the people in the photograph can be positively identified, and several others inspire some educated guessing.

    The woman on the left, with the horse, by all rights should probably be Hattie Mae "Harriet" (Moyers) Walker. But she doesn't look anything like the other photographs of Hattie. At the moment she is an intriguing mystery. The man second from the left is Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker.

    The woman sitting in the chair is Everna Ida "Vernie" (Walker) Frizzell. I believe some of the four children are probably hers, and it would seem likely the man sitting with the youngest child is likely her husband, Eli Frizzell. By 1906, which is the date that was written on the back of the photograph, Vernie and Eli six children. Sam and Hattie Walker had seven.

    The couple on the right in the back do not seem to match in any sense faces of people who are already identified.
    Vashti Annie (Walker/Brewer) Edger and Two Walker Girls
    Vashti Annie (Walker/Brewer) Edger and Two Walker Girls
    This photograph seems to have been taken near the home of Charles Pearsey and Sarah Ann "Sally" (Houseman/Edgar) Walker. The two girls standing near the seated Vashti Edger have also apparently appeared in the "Walker Homestead" photograph with Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker and Everna Ida "Vernie" (Walker) Frizzell. I can only guess but think they are possibly Elsie Ella Walker and Maude Mae Walker, or else Maude and sister Zella "Myrtle" Walker.
    Another Day at the 'Walker Homestead'
    Another Day at the "Walker Homestead"
    The shadows ran deep at the time this photograph was taken of what then was the home of the family of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker. A girl, probably a daughter, is seen on the left, but her face is hidden by the fence post, and probably not clear enough, anyway, to identify her. It is not possible to know when this was taken, so I have estimated between 1910-1925.

    This house has long since been torn down.
    Midway School in about 1911 or 1912
    Midway School in about 1911 or 1912
    Midway School was a one-room schoolhouse near Newport, Iowa (which is presently located on U.S. Highway 61 between Burlington and Muscatine, Iowa, not far from Wapello or Morning Sun, Iowa). Until the Wapello consolidated school district was formed, the children of Samuel Walker all attended Midway School. He was a school officer of the school in 1920.

    According to stories I heard from my mother as a child, the Walker children walked from their farmhouse a long distance to the road to catch a ride or else all the way to this school everyday, which indeed could have been dour in times of deep snow and cold winter weather.

    Paul Moyers Walker, who was born in 1904, appears to be about 7 or 8 years old in this photograph, dating it to probably about 1911-1912.

    Other family members identified are Maude Mae Walker, her future husband, Geoffrey Paul Umphrey, Zella "Myrtle" Walker, Thomas Clifford "Cliff" Walker, and Lorinda Fern "Loie" Umphrey. The teacher of these children was Myrtle Irwin.
    Walker Children Under the Trees
    Walker Children Under the Trees
    These are a number of my maternal aunts and uncles. Although no evidence of a picnic can be seen in the picture, it "feels" like a picnic. It also feels humid. And too hot to be wearing all those clothes.

    I don't know if the Walker family owned a camera at this time; Myrtle Walker would seem to be either in this photograph or else taking the picture, considering her age. It's a higher quality print than the snapshots of children Leota and Ruth in the next few years, so it almost feels as though it is a "studio" print.

    Paul Moyers Walker is standing with the got on the left, Elsie Ella Walker is sitting to his left, Albert "Ross" Walker is behind Elsie, Maude Mae is then in front, George, the family dog an Thomas Clifford "Cliff" Walker. This photograph was likely taken in the summer of 1912.
    1912 Walker Family Photos: The Summer Canoe on the Pond
    1912 Walker Family Photos: The Summer Canoe on the Pond
    This is a photograph (photo postcard style) I have inherited. My cousin, Virginia Golliher, has the same image and the people in the canoe are identified on hers. Her mother, Myrtle, and my mother, Leota, were both in the picture.

    The older woman on the left is Rebecca Ellen (Pence) Moyers. The girl in front of her is Zella "Myrtle" Walker. George Washington Earl Moyers is rowing the canoe. On the right are Hattie Mae "Harriett" (Moyers) Walker, and she is holding the baby (my mother), Hattie "Leota" Walker. My mother was born in March 1912, so this photograph was taken in that summer. Myrtle was 7 or else 8, depending upon the date of the picture.
    1912 Walker Family Photos: Charles Pearsey Walker's Second Home Near Newport
    1912 Walker Family Photos: Charles Pearsey Walker's Second Home Near Newport
    When Sam Walker moved into his father's farm home, Charles P. Walker moved to a second house that was on the property. He lived there with his second wife, Sarah Ann "Sally" (Houseman/Edgar) Walker. In this photograph Sam, his wife and three children are visiting Charles and Sally. It was probably taken the same day as the photograph of the Moyers and Walkers who were in a canoe on a pond at the farm.

    Left to right: Hattie Mae (Moyers) Walker, holding Hattie "Leota" Walker, Zella "Myrtle" Walker, Charles Pearsey Walker (standing, porting a beard which is seen in other photographs of this time), Sarah, known as "Aunt Sallie" Walker, sitting in her chair, and father Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker holding the hands of his two youngest sons at the time, Paul Moyers Walker, and Samuel Clinton "Sam" Walker (it is unclear which might be which). Marge Kimble kindly provided this photograph.
    1912 Walker Family Photos: In the Back Yard of Charles Pearsey Walker's Home Near Newport
    1912 Walker Family Photos: In the Back Yard of Charles Pearsey Walker's Home Near Newport
    One of a series of photographs apparently all taken the same summer day in 1912, this includes several family members who can be almost certainly identified and children who can be surmised. This photograph is from the back yard of the home where Charles Pearsey Walker and wife Sarah lived.

    Standing, left to right in this photograph are: John Franklin Russell, Elsie Ella Walker, Maude Mae Walker, Hattie Mae "Harriett" Walker holding Hattie "Leota," and Flossie Zella Russell. Kneeling on the ground is Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker, holding a son who is probably Samuel Clinton "Sam" Walker (age two at the time, and known as "Sammie" when he was young).
    1912 Walker Family Photos: Sammie, Myrtle, and Leota Walker
    1912 Walker Family Photos: Sammie, Myrtle, and Leota Walker
    This photograph from late spring or early summer 1912 is of three Walker children. Sammie (Samuel Clinton "Sam" Walker) is the little boy on the left. Myrtle (Zella "Myrtle" Walker) is seated on the chair, barefoot, so it must not have been too chilly of a day. The baby is my mother, Leota Walker (Hattie "Leota"). She had been born in March.

    I have a feeling the series of summer 1912 photographs that have surfaced may have been taken on the occasion of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker's 43rd birthday celebration in July.
    Walker Women and a Moyers - Three Generations
    Walker Women and a Moyers - Three Generations
    This photograph ports three generations of Walker family women and or three generations of Moyers women, depending upon once reference. Standing in the rear left is Myrtle (Zella "Myrtle"), the baby is her sister, Ruth Rebecca, next is their mother, Harriett (Hattie Mae (Moyers)), with her mother, Rebecca Moyers next to her (Rebecca (Pence)) and Harriett's daughter, Maude (Maude Mae) on the right. Seated is "Aunt Sallie," (Sarah Ann "Sally" (Houseman/Edgar) Walker), the step-mother-in-law of Harriett, the second wife of Charles Pearsey Walker. The little girl in the front was my mother, Leota (Hattie "Leota"), another daughter of Hattie Mae (Moyers) Walker.

    Ruth was born in 1915. This photograph was probably taken during the summer of 1916.
    Sisters Hattie 'Leota' and Ruth Rebecca Walker and the Family Dog
    Sisters Hattie "Leota" and Ruth Rebecca Walker and the Family Dog
    This photograph, in a series probably taken in summer 1917, is of Ruth Walker on the left and Leota Walker on the right. Back by the shed is an older person, who is too blurry to see clearly, but looks to be their older sister, Zella "Myrtle" Walker.
    Leota and Ruth Walker - Near the Back Door
    Leota and Ruth Walker - Near the Back Door
    There exists another photograph of Leota (Hattie "Leota") and sister Ruth (Ruth Rebecca) Walker with their dog, but this one appears to have been taken on a different day, and after a frolic in the mud. I remember my mother (Leota) looking at this photograph when I was a kid and exclaiming, "Look at how dirty we were!"
    Hattie 'Leota' Walker, Her Sister, Ruth Rebecca Walker, and Their Friend
    Hattie "Leota" Walker, Her Sister, Ruth Rebecca Walker, and Their Friend
    The young girl on the right is a relative or friend of Leota (on the left) and Ruth Walker (in the middle). There is no identification on the back of the photograph.
    Walker Sisters at the Midway School
    Walker Sisters at the Midway School
    Midway School was the one-room rural schoolhouse attended by many of the Walker family when they were children. In this photograph, sisters Myrtle (Zella "Myrtle"), Leota (Hattie "Leota") and Ruth (Ruth Rebecca) were all posing as part of a group photograph of the young women who were attending the school. It was probably taken in about 1919 or so. Ruth would only have been 3 or 4, Myrtle soon quit attending school after the death of her mother in 1918. Leota would have been about 7.
    William David 'Bill' Walker and His Older Sister, Zella 'Myrtle' Walker
    William David "Bill" Walker and His Older Sister, Zella "Myrtle" Walker
    In about 1919, Bill Walker was learning to sit on the family horse, under the watchful eye of his older sister, Myrtle.
    The Sons of Samuel Nathaniel 'Sam' Walker in July 1929
    The Sons of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker in July 1929
    July 24, 1929, was Sam Walker's 60th birthday, and several photographs are dated as being from that month and year were likely taken at his birthday celebration in Morning Sun, Iowa. The sons are, back row, left to right:

    George, Samuel, Paul, Cliff, and Ross Walker; front row, left to right: Bill and John Walker. The ages of these men and boys in this photo are:

    George Percy Walker, age 33, married with two children

    Albert "Ross" Walker, age 29, married with two boys; his wife Vinnie was pregnant with Lela, who was born September 10.

    Thomas Clifford "Cliff" Walker, age 27, married with two children.

    Paul Moyers Walker, age 24, married to Cora "Belle" (Hannah) Walker at this time, but they would divorce within about a year.

    Samuel Clinton "Sam" Walker, age 19; William David "Bill" Walker, age 11; and John Henry Walker, age 5. John was the son of Samuel Nathaniel and Jennie "Reil" (Hannah) Walker. The other men and boy's mother was Hattie Mae "Harriet" (Moyers) Walker.
    John Franklin Russell, Samuel Nathaniel 'Sam' Walker, William David 'Bill' Walker, and Frizzell Family Members
    John Franklin Russell, Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker, William David "Bill" Walker, and Frizzell Family Members
    John Russell is sitting in the front in this photograph likely taken in about 1930. Bill Walker is standing in the back row, and his father, Sam Walker is slightly behind him. The Frizzell children are too young to be those of Eli and Vernie (Walker) Frizzell (except for the oldest boy in the back row, who possibly could be Charles Frederick Frizzell, born 1913). They apparently are the next generation of the Frizzell family, and are not identified.
    Samuel Nathaniel Walker and His Sons, Probably 1939
    Samuel Nathaniel Walker and His Sons, Probably 1939
    Sam Walker's 70th birthday was a good occasion for a photo with his sons.

    Left to right in this photograph are Thomas Clifford "Cliff," Samuel Clinton "Sam," William David "Bill," Samuel Nathaniel "Sam, and George Percy Walker

    This snapshot does not appear to have been taken by the same person who took a series of photographs which I believe to have have been taken at the 1939 birthday party/family reunion on the occasion of Sam Walker's 70th birthday; nevertheless it appears it may be from the same reunion, and could have been taken by someone with a second camera (this is based on the kind of developing paper used, etc.).

    In 1929 Sam's sons posed for a group photo, and once again they are seen together, along with their father, in this picture. If indeed it is a photo from 1939, it was taken four months after the death of these sons' sister, Ruth. Their brother Ross had died three years earlier.

    Assuming these dates to be approximately correct, according to Ruth Walker's obituary, at the time she died her siblings George, Leota, Myrtle, and Clifford were all living in New London, Iowa. Sam Clinton Walker lived in Marion. Sister Maude (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner lived in Winterset. Paul and Bill Walker lived in Morning Sun. (Paul is not in this picture, and whether or not he was living on the family farm is not known; Bill, judging by his age at the time, probably was living at home.) Additionally Sam and Reil's children, Viola, John, Marjorie and Robert were young and still living at home.
    Samuel Nathaniel 'Sam' Walker and His Sons: Cliff, Sam, Bill, and George
    Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker and His Sons: Cliff, Sam, Bill, and George
    This snapshot does not appear to have been taken by the same person who took a series of photographs which I believe to have been from the 70th birthday party in 1939 Sam N. Walker. It very well may be from the same reunion and taken by someone with a second camera (this observation is based on the kind of developing paper used, etc.).

    In 1929 Sam's sons posed for a group photo, and here once again they are seen together, along with their father. If indeed it is a photo from 1939, it was taken four months after the death of their sister, Ruth Rebecca (Walker) Broeker. Their brother Albert "Ross" Walker had died three years earlier.

    Assuming these dates to be approximately correct, according to Ruth Walker's obituary, at the time she died her siblings George, Leota, Myrtle, and Clifford were all living in New London, Iowa. Sam Clinton Walker lived in Marion, Iowa. Sister Maude (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner lived in Winterset. Paul Moyers and William David "Bill" Walker both lived in Morning Sun.

    Paul is not in this picture, and whether or not he was living on the family farm is not known;

    Additionally Sam N. had children from his second marriage to Jennie "Reil" Hannah: Viola, John, Marjorie and Robert were all still young and living at home.

    In the far back on the left is Thomas Clifford "Cliff" Walker, William David "Bill" Walker is to his left. In the front are Samuel Clinton "Sam" Walker, father Samuel Nathaniel, and on the right is George Percy Walker.

    Several Family Members Round a Tree
    Several Family Members Round a Tree
    Another photograph of what is probably this bench that encircles this fine shade tree exists with a very young Shirley Lea Broeker standing near it. The women in this photograph are, left to right: Flossie Zella Walker talking to Wilda "Marguerite" (Wyerman) Walker, whose back is turned to the camera. In the front are Hattie "Leota" Walker with her sister, Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) Dotson, resting her head on her shoulder.

    My educated guess was this photograph was taken in the summer of 1939, at the time of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker's 70th birthday party.
    Samuel Nathaniel 'Sam' Walker and His Daughter, Elsie Ella Walker
    Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker and His Daughter, Elsie Ella Walker
    During a vacation visit to Iowa from her religious pursuits, daughter Elsie and her father Sam Walker posed for this photograph, taken probably in about July 1949.
    A Four Generation Walker, Fortner, Howey, Photograph
    A Four Generation Walker, Fortner, Howey, Photograph
    In 1951, probably the summer, this photograph was taken of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker, his daughter, Maude Mae (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner, her daughter, Margretta Mae (Umphrey) Howey, and the newborn Dennis Brien Howey, who is known as "Denny B." The photograph was taken on the side of the house where Sam and Reil Walker lived. Margretta Howey would die in 1953.
    Maude Mae (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner and Her Sister, Zella 'Myrtle' (Walker) Dotson
    Maude Mae (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner and Her Sister, Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) Dotson
    Sisters Maude Fortner and Myrtle Dotson, probably taken in about 1958, location unknown. It doesn't appear that it was summer.
    Seven Children of Samuel Nathaniel 'Sam' and Hattie Mae 'Harriett' Moyers Walker in About 1965
    Seven Children of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" and Hattie Mae "Harriett" Moyers Walker in About 1965
    This family reunion was held at my home, the home of Bill and Leota Brumm, as nearly as I can date it in summer 1965. The photograph was taken in the front yard of our house, with Pine Street and the Grinstead and Harper houses somewhat visible in the background. The photograph was taken by Roy Grant Fortner, and the siblings in the yard are, from left to right, Samuel Clinton Walker, Zella "Myrtle" Dotson, Elsie Ella Walker, William David Walker, Maude Mae (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner, Hattie "Leota" (Walker/Krekel) Brumm, and George Percy Walker. I am quite certain this is the last such group photograph my mother, Leota Brumm, was in before her death in November 1967. Of the eleven children of Sam and Hattie (Moyers) Walker, Thomas Clifford "Cliff" lived in Colorado at this time, Albert "Ross" Walker, Paul Moyers Walker, and Ruth Rebecca (Walker) Broeker were dead.
    Relaxing on the Front Yard at a Walker Family Reunion
    Relaxing on the Front Yard at a Walker Family Reunion
    This was another photograph taken during a family reunion at the Bill and Leota Brumm house that was in the summer, probably of 1965. My mother, Hattie "Leota" (Walker/Krekel) Brumm, is cut off on the left, with Jay Brian Lox petting a dog, sitting on the ground in front of her, then left to right were Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) Dotson, Elsie Ella Walker, Samuel Clinton "Sam" Walker, and Elsie's traveling companion, who was in the same religious sect that Elsie was in.
    A Walker Family Reunion in 1965
    A Walker Family Reunion in 1965
    A number of other photographs from this particular reunion exist and are posted on the site. Some are in black and white (some of those are pretty blurry, having been taken by me). A few are in color, including this group shot of family members sitting on the front yard of my family home on South Pine Street in New London, Iowa. It was a hot Iowa summer day, with high humidity, typical of the place.

    This photograph is of medium quality. Left to right are: Verona Violet (Dotson) Walker, her granddaughter, Connie Jean Brunk, George Percy Walker. The boy standing is Jay Brian Lox, who is right in front of seated William David "Bill" Walker. After the gap, my mother, Hattie "Leota" (Walker/Krekel) Brumm, her sisters, Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) Dotson and Elsie Ella Walker, their brother, Samuel Clinton "Sam" Walker, and the non-family member whose name I don't know, Elsie's traveling companion.

    This photograph may have been taken by Roy Fortner; either it was his, mine, or another family member who sent it to my mother.
    Maude Mae (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner and Zella 'Myrtle' (Walker Dotson at the Fourth of July in Morning Sun
    Maude Mae (Walker/Umphrey) Fortner and Zella "Myrtle" (Walker Dotson at the Fourth of July in Morning Sun
    Sisters Maude Fortner and Myrtle Dotson are enjoying the festivities July 4, 1968, in Morning Sun, Iowa, at the Locust Grove Park in town. There is always a large Independence Day celebration in Morning Sun. They were probably suggesting I put my camera away.
    Documents
    Antiquity to Modern: 65 Generations
    Antiquity to Modern: 65 Generations
    This is a document featuring 65 generations of descendants of Godwulf (born circa AD 80) to Dennis Brumm. Through the Fox family genealogy, much of which was provided by researcher Jodie Streit, plus some research I did backing it out from the royal family of England (to which the Fox family is connected, including Norse legends which can never be proven, this is the furthest back my database goes. It is not posted to be taken as "fact" in the earliest of generations/ (Note: this document is in .pdf format.)
    Family ID  F5  Group Sheet

    Family  Cora Belle "Belle" Hannah,   b. 23 Nov 1900, Jackson Township, Henry County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Jul 1974, Morning Sun Manor, Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  9 May 1923  First Methodist Episcopal Church, Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 34
    Marriage Announcement  11 May 1923  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [34
    The Burlington Hawk-Eye 
    • Married at the First M. E. church Wednesday, May 8th, by Reverend O. E. McBride, Mr. Paul M. Walker of Mt. Pleasant, and Miss Cora Bell Hannah of Morning Sun. The ring service was used. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Walker.
    Newspaper Article  30 Jun 1926  Davenport, Scott County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [35
    The Davenport Democrat and Leader 
    • Surprise Parents on Occasion of 35th Anniversary

      Morning Sun (IA), June 30 -- The children of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hannah of this place planned a pleasant surprise for their parents at Saunders Grove at Mt. Pleasant Sunday, June 27, in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary. A fine cafeteria picnic dinner was served after which there was an afternoon of visiting among kinsfolk. The children and grand children present were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson and Dorothy Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walker; Mr. and Mrs. Mathew (sic) Hickenbottom, James, Ella Mae, and Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Walker, John Henry, Viola Belle, William, Ruth, Leota, and Sammie of Morning Sun; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. McDonald (sic) and Ruby Lea, Rex and Bobby Lee of Mt. Hamil. Besides these there were a number of other relatives present.
    Divorced  11 Sep 1930 
    Marriage Documentation
    The Marriage Announcement of Paul Moyers Walker and Cora 'Belle' Hannah
    The Marriage Announcement of Paul Moyers Walker and Cora "Belle" Hannah
    Paul and Belle were married May 9, 1923, in Wapello, Iowa.
    Last Modified  27 Feb 2014 
    Family ID  F54  Group Sheet

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    Paul Moyers Walker
    Paul Moyers Walker
    Paul Walker was born October 13, 1904, and died March 1, 1959, in Tuolumne County, California. He was married to Cora "Belle" Hannah May 9, 1923. They were divorced September 11, 1930. Paul did not remarry. He had no children.
    Paul Moyers Walker as a Child
    Paul Moyers Walker as a Child
    Paul Moyers Walker was born October 13, 1904. He was the baby of the Walker family for six years until his brother, Sam (Samuel Clinton Walker) was born. Paul grew up and served in the military during World War II, spent time in Guam, had numerous interesting jobs, and suffered from alcoholism which eventually led to his his demise March 1, 1959, in Tuolumne County, California. He is buried at the Sonora City/Mountain Shadow Cemetery, in Sonora, California.
    Paul Moyers Walker at the Walker Homestead
    Paul Moyers Walker at the Walker Homestead
    In this photograph, Paul Walker was standing by the Walker farmhouse near Newport, Louisa County, Iowa, originally owned by Charles Pearsey Walker, later by Paul's father, Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker.
    Paul Moyers Walker in a Parking Lot
    Paul Moyers Walker in a Parking Lot
    This photograph of Paul Walker, taken in the 1930s, seems to be in a parking lot as he is either coming or going. The one visible license plate that begins with "39" was of a car registered in Guthrie County. The only potential family connection I can think of to Guthrie County would be the family of Hannah Rebeka (Moscrop) and Russell "Rodney" Phillips (Hannah's mother was Rebeka Edgar). Cressie Edgar later lived in Panora, Iowa, as well (which is in Guthrie County) but around the time the automobiles in the picture were in vogue, she was still living near New London, Iowa.
    Paul Moyers Walker in the Army Air Corps (1 of 2)
    Paul Moyers Walker in the Army Air Corps (1 of 2)
    Paul Moyers Walker was in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. He was stationed in Europe by 1945. He was one of three sons of Sam Nathaniel Walker who went overseas.
    Paul Moyers Walker in the Army Air Corps (2 of 2)
    Paul Moyers Walker in the Army Air Corps (2 of 2)
    A newspaper article in 1945 reported the following about Paul Walker: "Cpl. Paul M. Walker was inducted into service at Salt Lake City, Utah, October 28, 1943, and was sent to Fort Douglas, Utah, for training. Later he was transferred to Sheppard Field in Texas and thereafter to airfields at Wilmington, North Carolina, and Richmond, Virginia. In March 1944, he was sent to a port of embarkation and thence in England. Since his arrival overseas he has been in France and other nations on the western front."
    Paul Moyers Walker, Somewhere in France
    Paul Moyers Walker, Somewhere in France
    The back of this photo says "Somewhere in France." Paul Walker is the man on the right of the photo. Paul was in the Air Force, and these are probably his immediate friends who were stationed with him.

    Marjorie Kimble has a copy of this photo and written on the back of hers is: "Taken in France, Feb. 24, 1945." The war would end two months later.
    Paul Moyers Walker in the Chicken Yard
    Paul Moyers Walker in the Chicken Yard
    Paul is filling up a watering device in this photograph. I remember them or similar ones from when I was a child. As the water would evaporate or the chickens drink it, it would continue down into a small trough around the edge of the cylinder, providing a continuous supply for longer than just sitting out a dish of water would provide. Chickens are notoriously bad about scratching at the dirt and would still manage to foul the water in one of these by kicking detritus into it.

    This appears to have been taken after World War II. By the late 1950s, Paul lived in California. I do not know when he moved there, but I am going to guess this photograph was taken in about 1947.
    Members of the Family of Marjorie Naomi "Marge" (Walker) Kimble Who Served in the Armed Forces
    This photograph is of the window of the local newspaper in Morning Sun, Iowa, The Morning Sun News-Herald, during Veterans Day festivities in 2010. Marge Kimble works in the office of the paper, and put up this memorial to various family members who had served in the U.S. Armed Forces throughout the years.

    Upper row, her son, Trevor Motzart Kimble Jr., George Percy Walker (1896-1985), William David "Bill" Walker (1918-1977). Bottom row: Paul Moyers Walker (1904-1959), Charles Pearsey Walker (1843-1922), John Henry Walker (1924-1944), and Trevor Motzart Kimble Sr. (1926-1996). (At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)

    Documents
    A Christmas Card With Paul Moyers Walker's Art (back)
    A Christmas Card With Paul Moyers Walker's Art (back)
    This Christmas handmade postcard was mailed in 1943 when Paul was in the service during World War II, still stationed at Wilmington, North Carolina. It was addressed to Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Walker (Samuel Nathaniel), Rural Route 2, Wapello, Iowa, from Pr7 Paul M. Walker, 423 ru. B Sq. AA7, Wilmington, NC. He drew a sailor (apparently) and wrote the message, "Ahoy!! Postman Deliver this to my pop before December 25, or else!
    A Christmas Card With Paul Moyers Walker's Art (front)
    A Christmas Card With Paul Moyers Walker's Art (front)
    Paul drew a room on the front of the Christmas postcard to Sam and Reil Walker in Morning Sun. The photo is of a stand alone heater in a room, a man, presumably his father, sitting in a chair reading the Wapello Republican News (newspaper), his feet perched on the heater. It said Merry Christmas, and HOme on the Range.

    General Newsprint

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    Three Walker Boys Serving Overseas
    Three Walker Boys Serving Overseas
    An article published during World War II reporting on brothers William David, Paul Moyers, and John Henry Walker, who were all stationed overseas in the war. (Original document provided courtesy of Marge Kimble)
    Morning Sun Man Hurt When Car Overturns, Peter Hunt Is Seriously and Probably Fatally Injured
    Morning Sun Man Hurt When Car Overturns, Peter Hunt Is Seriously and Probably Fatally Injured
    An article reporting that Paul Moyers Walker and Peter Hunt had been involved in an automobile accident while traveling from West Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa, to Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa.
    Picnic at Thomas Walker's Home
    A short article reporting on an autumn family picnic at the home of Thomas "Tom" Walker. (At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
    Walker Family Dinner Honoring Lela Frizzell
    Walker Family Dinner Honoring Lela Frizzell
    An item in the Morning Sun (Iowa) news published in the Burlington, Hawk-Eye (Iowa) mentioned a dinner attended by an assortment of Walker family members in honor of visitor and family member, Lela Frizzell. It may have been the summer after she graduated from high school.

    Obituaries, Deaths, Funerals
    Paul Walker Dead in California
    Paul Walker Dead in California
    The death notice of Paul Moyers Walker. Paul lived in many locales, but his final home was in Sonora, Tuolumne County, California, not far from Yosemite National Park.

  • Sources 
    1. [S102] Brumm, Dennis William.

    2. [S30] Louisa County, Iowa - Louisa County History 1911, Arthur Springer, (The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1911, Chicago, Illinois), pages 110-111 (Reliability: 3).

    3. [S27] Kimble, Marjorie Naomi "Marge" (Walker).

    4. [S8042] Walker, Paul Moyers - Headstone Photograph, (his grave is at the Mountain Shadow Cemetery in Sonora, Tuolumne County, California; photograph provided courtesy of Find A Grave (web site) volunteer, "Snapper") (Reliability: 3).

    5. [S4157] 1905 Iowa State Census (Reliability: 3).

    6. [S72] 1910 US Census (Reliability: 3).
      Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa; enumeration district: 98, supervisor's district: 1, sheet number: 1B, page number: 106; enumeration date: April 16, 1910

    7. [S544] 1915 Iowa State Census (Reliability: 3).
      Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa; Roll: IA1915_311

    8. [S19] 1920 US Census (Reliability: 3).
      Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa; enumeration district: 102; supervisor's district: 1, sheet number: 12B, page number: 238; enumeration date: January 6, 1920

    9. [S8044] Walker, Paul Moyers - In Automobile Accident, (originally published in The Davenport Democrat and Leader, December 19, 1922; Davenport, Scott County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    10. [S38] 1925 Iowa State Census (Reliability: 3).
      Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa

    11. [S151] Walker, Thomas "Tom" - A Picnic at His House, (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, October 5, 1930; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 4).

    12. [S151] Walker, Thomas "Tom" - A Picnic at His House, (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, October 5, 1930; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).
      "Walker, Tom - Newspaper Article Regarding a Picnic at His House, Sunday, October 5, 1930."

    13. [S7945] Umphrey, Geoffrey Paul - Morning Sun Relatives Called to Deathbed (Burlington Hawk-Eye), (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye, Page 3, March 11, 1931; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    14. [S7936] Walker, Hattie "Leota" and Paul Moyers - Staying in New London, Iowa, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye, page 8, March 14, 1931; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    15. [S191] Walker, Albert "Ross" - Obituary (Morning Sun News-Herald), (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, front page, May 21, 1936; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    16. [S154] Walker, Albert "Ross" - Obituaries, (one obituary was published in a Louisa County, Iowa paper, probably The Wapello Republican; the second was from The Hawk-Eye Gazette; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa; they were published circa May 17-18, 1936).

    17. [S155] Broeker, Ruth Rebecca (Walker) - Obituary, (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, front page, March 23,1939; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa).

    18. [S8045] Walker Brothers in World War II, (originally published in The Wapello Republican, February 15, 1945; Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 4).

    19. [S47] Walker, Jennie "Reil" (Hannah) - Obituary (unknown paper), (originally published in an unknown southeast Iowa newspaper, February 1958, probably the Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette).

    20. [S48] Walker, Jennie "Reil" (Hannah) - Obituary (Morning Sun News-Herald), (originally published in the Morning Sun News-Herald, page 1, February 20, 1958; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    21. [S535] California Death Records 1940 - 1997 (Rootsweb).

    22. [S183] Walker, Paul Moyers - Obituary, (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, page 5, March 12, 1959; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa).

    23. [S8043] Walker, Paul Moyers - Tuolumne County, California, GenWeb Volunteer Lookup.

    24. [S183] Walker, Paul Moyers - Obituary, (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, page 5, March 12, 1959; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    25. [S27] Kimble, Marjorie Naomi "Marge" (Walker) (Reliability: 3).
      Midway School Roster for 1914-1915 courtesy of Marge Kimble.

    26. [S535] California Death Records 1940 - 1997 (Rootsweb) (Reliability: 3).

    27. [S27] Kimble, Marjorie Naomi "Marge" (Walker) (Reliability: 4).
      Records in a Louisa County Marriage book in the Morning Sun, Iowa, public library.

    28. [S31] Walker, Hattie Mae (Moyers) - Obituary (Muscatine Journal), (originally published in the Muscatine Journal, April 10, 1918, page 4; Muscatine, Muscatine County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    29. [S32] Walker, Hattie Mae "Harriett" (Moyers) - Obituary (Morning Sun News-Herald), (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, front page, April 11, 1918; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    30. [S26] Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900 (ancestry.com) (Reliability: 4).

    31. [S27] Kimble, Marjorie Naomi "Marge" (Walker) (Reliability: 4).

    32. [S28] Walker, George Percy - Obituary (Hawk Eye), (originally published in The Hawk Eye, page 16, June 25, 1985; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 4).

    33. [S29] 1895 Iowa State Census.

    34. [S195] Walker, Paul Moyers and Cora "Belle" Hannah - Marriage Announcement, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye, page 3, May 11, 1923; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    35. [S39] Hannah, John Warren and Viola S. (Courter) - 35th Wedding Anniversary Party, (originally published in The Davenport Democrat and Leader, Wednesday, June 30, 1926; Davenport, Scott County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).