Walker, Alexander

3.1.1800 Alex Walker calls (not in) / 4.1.1800 Alex Walker calls / 10.2.1800 Walker & M(arshall) sup / 26.4.1800 A Walker calls / 29.4.1800 Al Walker calls / 3.5.1800 call on A Walker / 4.5.1800 A Walker calls / 30.5.1800 again / 4.6.1800 again / 8.6.1800 again / 13.6.1800 again / 18.6.1800 again / 20.6.1800 again / 23.6.1800 again / 28.6.1800 Walker calls / 29.8.1800 A Walker calls / 10.9.1800 again / 16.9.1800 again / 30.9.1800 again / 26.10.1800 again / 27.10.1800 A Walker & M(arshall) dine / 28.10.1800 A Walker dines / 29.10.1800 A Walker breakfasts / 18.11.1800 A Walker calls / 21.11.1800 again / 3.12.1800 again / 12.12.1800 again / 14.12.1800 Fenwick & A Walker dine / 19.12.1800 A Walker calls / 23.12.1800 again / 24.12.1800 again / 1.1.1801 again / 15.1.1801 Keir & Walker call / 16.1.1801 A Walker calls / 17.1.1801 again / 21.1.1801 liberate Walker; adv M(arshall), Terry, Smart, Price, mrs Walker &c; meet Fenw(ic)ks / 22.1.1801 Fell & A Walker at tea / 28.1.1801 A Walker at tea / 30.1.1801 A Walker calls / 8.2.1801 A Walker dines / 19.2.1801 A Walker calls / 21.2.1801 again / 23.2.1801 again / 26.2.1801 Smart & A Walker call / 27.2.1801 AW calls / 3.3.1801 A Walker & Smart call / 5.3.1801 A Walker calls / 8.3.1801 again / 10.3.1801 AW calls / 18.3.1801 A Walker & Smart at tea / 21.3.1801 AW calls / 7.4.1801 again / 12.4.1801 AW calls, remonstrate / 18.4.1801 A Walker sups / 29.6.1801 AW calls / 2.7.1801 again / 12.4.1824 Alexr Walker calls / 14.4.1824 A Walker calls / 16.4.1824 again / 30.5.1824 again
Most of the above entries are coded on the GD website to Alexander Walker about whom not much is known, and I haven't discovered much more. The GD website has missed the 5 AW entries in March and April 1801. Of the plain Walker entries above with no initial the GD website has coded 28.6.1800 and 21.1.1801 to Alexander Walker, with which I agree, but has left 10.2.1800 and 15.1.1801 unidentified, and I agree these may not have been Alexander Walker, though they could have been. If they were not him the lack of any identifying initial suggests (though doesn't necessarily imply) a continuity of another Walker both before and after the period from January 1800 to April 1801 when Alexander Walker visited frequently, and there were 8 plain Walkers in May and June 1801, three associated with Northcote and one at Nicholson's, who don't seem to have been Alexander Walker (for these plain Walker entries see my website under Walker). An undated (except for Tuesday morning) letter from Alexander Walker to Godwin is in Abinger c15 f85r in which Walker pleaded near-death poverty and referred to Godwin's displeasure with and abandonment of him. This letter probably belonged to June 1801 when AW made a last attempt to call on Godwin, after the "remonstrate" followed by one supper that April. If the entries of 1824 were the same Alexander Walker, he at least must have managed to survive. The association with Martin Smart, the militia sergeant who had written to Godwin from Manchester, but apparently first met Godwin at the liberation of Walker on 21.1.1801 and then coincided at Godwin's with Walker three times, may be of interest.

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Clerkenwell county sessions 23.7.1812 Alexander Walker tried for misdemeanour, no bill / Alexander Walker saddler of Gt Marylebone St took an appr 1784 / Alexander Walker bookbinder of ST Giles i t F will PCC 1806 / Alexander Walker purser of East India ship Marquis of Lansdowne 1794-5 / Capt Alexander Walker secretary to Commander in Chief, Bombay 1798 / Alexander Walker writer to signet Queen St Edinburgh 1798 subscr to David Crawford's poems / Rev Alexander Walker, Perth 1798 / Alexander Walker, A.M., 46 Long Acre, London subscr to Shirrefs' poems in Scots 1790 / Birmingham Library Tontine 1799 Eliza age 15 & Ann age 16 daus of Alexander Walker merchant & Ann his wife / Alexander Walker = Catherine Walker St Mary le Strand 21.7.1779 / Alexander walker bur St Giles i t F 26.11.1820 age 63 / John s of Alexander & Amelia Walker bapt 24.7.1814 Stepney, Mx / Alexander Walker bur 1803 St Martin i t F /