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c1821 Born in Wolverhampton.
1861 Bernard P Walker 39, cut nail and shoe tip manufacturer, lived in Wolverhampton with Elizabeth M Walker 34
1864 of Junction Cut Nail Works, Wolverhampton.
1871 Bernard P Walker 49, Captain Rifle Volunteers, Cut nail and shoe tip manufacturer, Lived in Wolverhampton, with Elizabeth M Walker 41, Bernard J Walker 11, Joseph C Walker 10, Ethel A Walker 8, Allan R Walker 7, Howard P Walker 6
By 1872 Bernard Peard Walker was the proprietor of the Eagle Foundry
He was the patentee, or joint patentee, of a number of inventions, including a nail making machine patented in 1844 
1880 Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors initiated by Bernard Peard Walker of the Eagle Foundry, Broad Street, Birmingham, residing at Moorfield Church Lane, Birmingham 
1881 Bernard B. Walker 60, mechanical engineer, lived in Kings Norton with Elizabeth M. Walker, Alan R. Walker 17, Howard P. Walker 15
1888 Died in West Bromwich