- 1903 Ship Manifest
The first 3 Workers to go to America departed Glasgow, Scotland on Sept 5, 1903 on Ship Columbia, arrived Ellis Island, NY, Sept 14, 1903: William Irvine, age 40 yrs, Scotch (Passenger No. 18) George Walker, age 26 yrs, Irish (Passenger No. 19) Irvine Weir, age 25 yrs, Irish (Passenger No. 20)
- 1903 Ship Manifest
1903 Ship Manifest - Workers in Red outline
- 1903 Ship Manifest -closeup
1903 Ship Manifest - closeup of Workers in red (To 'Zoom in" click on Resize at left of screen -- select Original or XL)
- 4 Prominent Overseers
Four Prominent Early Overseers George Walker, William Gill, Jack Carroll, Edward Cooney All from Ireland. Photo taken before 1928.
- 1926 Sanford, Florida
Tom Craig, George Fyffe, (from Scotland 1881-1973), George Walker, Millie Griffin, Katie Wyke George Fyffe came to USA in 1922 when he was 41 yrs old. He became overseer of Alabama & Mississippi for last 30 years of his life.
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George Walker (with cane) at convention
- Nichol Jardine and George Walker 2
Nichol Jardine and George Walker In 1903, George Walker was one of the first 3 men to come to America to preach.
- Geo Walker & 4 men
George Walker is in the Back Row on the left.
Clara Floyd, Cleve House, George Walker (with hat), James Fawcett, Kate Allen. Alabama, USA
- Geo Walker 1957
- WA 1921 Milltown - 4 Workers
1921 Milltown, Washington Convention. Prominent early Irish workers who became Overseers. L-R, Back row: Jack Carroll, Western North America (1904); George Walker, Eastern North America (1899). Front Row: Willie Gill, England (1900); Bill Carroll, Victoria, Australia (1903)
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George Walker on Right. He was the first Eastern USA Overseer (#6)
- George Walker in TN
Geo Walker standing in back. Young ladies (sisters) Roberta, Florence and Marilyn. Florence was a Sister Worker.
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- George Walker re IRS-Indiana
November 10, 1950 - Letter from George Walker advising Indiana workers how to respond to IRS requests.
- Robert Walker & Family
Robert & Mary Ann Walker; Robert was the brother of George Walker. Children L to R: Thomas Howard, Rebecca (Ruby) and Robert (Bertie).
- GW Letter to US Government re: Selective Service - page 1
1941 Letter by George Walker to US Government regarding Selective Service, page 1
- Walker, George - Last Wishes & Will
George Walker's Last Wishes and Will
- George Walker Signature
Guestbook of R. & D. Berry of Jackson Mississippi Convention grounds. George Walker's signature matches his signature on 1942 letter to U.S. Selective Service.
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George Walker, First Eastern USA Overseer (#3)
- George Walker
- Geo Walker, age 103
George Walker (age 103) & Willie Jones
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- Grave- Geo Walker Tombstone
Tombstone of George Walker
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- George Walker Photo Newry, PA