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c.1805 Born in Burslem, Staffs
1836 A clock and watch maker, living in Digbeth with his wife Sarah on the baptism of is daughter Victoria Louise
1838 A watch maker, living in Digbeth with his wife Sarah on the baptism of his son Thomas Ferdinand
1841 Thomas Walker 37, stove maker, lived in Birmingham St Martins, with Sarah Walker 35, Thomas Walker 3, Victoria Walker 5
1849 Thomas Walker of 58 Oxford St: Patent Phoenix Stove & Patent Rotary Boot Shoe Heel Manufacturer
1871 Ship log's maker, died at home in Speedwell House, Pershore Road, Birmingham; executor was his son Thomas Ferdinand, also a ship log's maker.