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  • ID: I5459
  • Name: William WALKER 1
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 24 MAR 2015
  • Baptism: 10 MAY 1772 St Cuthbert's, Darlington, Co. Durham
  • Note: The baptismal record here appears the most likely. 1 2
  • Note: George Curling recognised his seven children by Mary Walker, his "late servant", in his Will, but desired that they continue to be known by their mother's surname. 1



    Father: George CURLING Esq., of Prescot Street, Goodman's Fields, and of West Hatch, Essex b: ABT 1724
    Mother: Mary WALKER

    Sources:
    1. Title: Probate
      Abbrev: Probate
      Page: The Will of George Curling
      of Prescot Street, Goodmans Fields (Whitechapel)
      PROB11/1100
      Written 5 October 1780
      A second, attached version was written 1 March 1782
      Codicil dated 20 April 1782
      Codicil dated 2 February 1783
      Proved at London 17 February 1783
    2. Title: ancestry.com and ancestry.co.uk
      Abbrev: Ancestry.com
      Page: England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
      William Walker
      Birth Place: Darlington Durham England
      Baptism Date: 10 May 1772
      Baptism Place: St. Cuthberts, Darlington, Durham, England
      Mother: Mary Walker
      FHL Film Number: 1514534
      Reference ID: item 5
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