Elizabeth Cooper Walker

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Philip Walker

A Soldier in the
Army of Texas
Arrived at San Jacinto
April 22, 1836
Born in South Carolina
March 11, 1815
Died in Johnson County, Texas
July 11, 1897

His Wife
Elizabeth (Cooper) Walker

Born in Tennessee
October 21, 1827
Died in Johnson County, Texas
July 22, 1868

Erected by the State of Texas
Full Name: Elizabeth Cooper Walker
Location: Section:Republic Hill, Section 1 (C1)
Row:S  Number:18
Reason for Eligibility: Wife of Phillip Walker 
Birth Date: October 21, 1827 
Died: July 22, 1868 
Burial Date: Reinterred October 31, 1937 
WALKER, ELIZABETH COOPER (1827^1868) Elizabeth Cooper Walker was born in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on October 21, 1827. She married Phillip Walker in Shelby County, Texas and had six children: James H., Martha Ann, Solon S., Sarah Jane, James Hemphill, and Josie E. Mrs. Walker died in Johnson County, Texas on July 22, 1868, and was buried Oakland Cemetery, west of Grandview. The Walkers were reinterred to the Texas State Cemetery on October 31, 1937, by the William B. Travis Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. Information taken from biography compiled on her husband, Phillip Walker, by Louis W. Kemp and the San Jacinto Monument website, http://www.sanjacinto-museum.org/kemp/v838.html.
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