Walker Tree

Walker Tree

 

Introduction

If this is the first time you are using these trees, you are advised to read the general introduction which appears here.

There are eight ministers mentioned in this tree, of whom three were Free Church ministers. The following are references for all ministers whose names appear in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers:


Hamilton, William: see under A.1.1.
Hamilton, William King, A.1.1.2.
Hamilton, James: see under A.1.1.1.
Walker, James: see under B.1.1.
Walker, James, B.1.1.1.
Walker, Norman Macdonald Lockhart, B.1.1.2.
 

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A.1. James Hamilton in Mylneholm, Stonehouse, Lanarkshire.

A.1.1. William Hamilton (1780-1835) was the son of James Hamilton, Stonehouse. He was minister of Strathblane, Stirlingshire: FES, Vol.3, p.368.

A.1.1.1. James Hamilton (1814-1867) was the son of William Hamilton, Strathblane. He was minister of Regent Square Church, London, England: FES, Vol.1, p.187 and FES, Vol.7, p.494.

A.1.1.2. William King Hamilton (1816-1887) was the son of William Hamilton, Strathblane. He was a Free Church minister. He married, as his first wife, Christina Proudfoot, the daughter of Peter Proudfoot, minister of Arrochar, Dunbartonshire: FES, Vol.3, p.326.

A.1.1.2.1. Jane Hamilton (b.1846) was the daughter of William King Hamilton. She married John Robert Macdonald.

A.1.1.2.1.1. William King Hamilton Macdonald (1878-1934) was the son of John Robert MacDonald. In 1911, he was Presbyterian minister in Alnwick, Northumberland, England.

A.1.1.3. Jane Hamilton (1822-1849) was the daughter of William Hamilton, Strathblane. She married B.1.1.1. James Walker.

B.1. Andrew Walker, farmer, Carslogie, Fife.

B.1.1. James Walker (1776-1839) was the son of Andrew Walker, farmer. He was minister of Carnwath, Lanarkshire: FES, Vol.3, p.291.

B.1.1.1. James Walker(1821-1891) was the son of James Walker, Carnwath. He was a Free Church minister. He married A.1.1.3. Jane Hamilton.

B.1.1.2. Norman Macdonald Lockhart Walker (1826-1905) was the son of James Walker, Carnwath. He was a Free Church minister.