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John Baker Walker

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1833 born in Hull

1861 John B Walker 28, merchant's managing clerk, lived in Myton, Hull with Hannah E Walker 26, John H Walker 4, Adeline A Walker 2[1]

1871 John Baker Walker 38, shipping agent, lived in Middlesbrough with Hannah E Walker 36, John Henry Walker 14, Robert Barker Walker 13, Adeline E Walker 11, Arthur H Walker 8, Blanche G Walker 2[2]

Early 1870s John Bramall (1812-1887) with Thomas Sorby and J. B. Walker decided to form a company to trade across the Atlantic, with 4 ships - see J. B. Walker and Co. The first ship was named John Bramall, followed by Thomas Sorby, and J. B. Walker and Nelly Martin (named after Brammall's daughter). [3]

1876 Died in Middlesbrough[4] by suicide[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. Sheffield Independent Oct. 18, 1887
  4. BMD
  5. Sheffield Independent June 17, 1880