|Death: ||Jan. 6, 1852|
Nashville City Cemetery: Walker, Mary, Mrs. (4-1852: 5)
Date January 8, 1852
Name Walker, Mary, Mrs.
Remarks Brick, wife of James Walker
Mary Norvell was the daughter of Lt. Lipscomb Norvell, a Revolutionary War officer who could trace his lineage back to the founding of Williamsburg. Lipscomb was also the father of U.S. Senator John Norvell, one of the first senators of Michigan and founder of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
She was also the mother of William Walker the American Soldier of Fortune who invaded Nicaragua in 1857.
For a complete look at William Walker and the Norvells of Nashville, see the following article
How Tennessee Adventurer William Walker became Dictator of Nicaragua in 1857
The Norvell family origins of The Grey Eyed Man of Destiny
by John E. Norvell
Lipscomb Norvell (1756 - 1843)
Mary Hendrick Norvell (1756 - 1813)
James S. Walker (1798 - 1874)*
William Walker (1824 - 1860)*
Lipscomb Norvell Walker (1826 - 1857)*
James Walker (1828 - 1856)*
Baby Alice Walker (1831 - 1832)*
Alice Walker Richardson (1833 - 1877)*
Joseph Norvell Walker (1836 - 1837)*
Nashville City Cemetery
Created by: Jenorv
Record added: Feb 04, 2009
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