Sarah is the daughter of David Walker. She married John Moran 2 Oct 1834 in Randolph Co, NC. They had the following children: Jesse W., Delila Elizabeth, Caroline, Mary, K. E., Nancy and George A. J. The Wait cemetery was read by the Linn Co Historical or Genealogical Society and there was a listing for Sarah Morgan who d. 18 May 1871 age 58 years, 9 m, 19 days. I believe this is Sarah Moran and the death date should be 1874. This Cemetery is located on land that belonged to John Daniel Wait who is the son-in-law of Sarah Moran. Sarah's husband John died 1865 and is buried in the Walker Cemetery in Adams Co, IL.
COUNTY HISTORY: According to the following information Sarah Walker, daughter of David and Pheriby married John Moran---PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF ADAMS COUNTY, ILLINOIS-- Chicago: Champam Bros., 1892 pages 226 and 229--Christopher Walker, one of the extensive land-owners of this county, who has a highly improved farm of four hundred and ninety acres on section 35, North East Township, claims North Carolina as the State of his nativity. He was born in 1827 and is of Irish and English descent. He is one of a family of seven sons and two daughters: Sarah W., born in North Carolina, became the wife of John Moran, and died in Kansas; J. Branson is married, and resides in North East Township; Elizabeth is the wife of Samuel Dorsett, a farmer of Kansas; Jesse wedded Mary Davis. We now take up the personal history of our subject, who acquired his education in the district schools of North East township, but his privileges were very limited. His father was a cripple, and when quite a young man Christopher was obliged to turn his attention to the farm and the support of the family. He continued to work for his father until twenty-two years of age, when he started out in life for himself.