- Born: December 21, 1850, Noble Co., Indiana near Albion
- Marriage: Sarah Ann LEPIRD on March 13, 1879 in Noble Co., Indiana
- Died: November 29, 1928, Noble Co., Indiana at age 77
- Buried: Salem Cemetery, Noble Co., Indiana
One of the most prosperous farmers of Perry Township, Noble County, Indiana is George Walker.
After his marrage he began farming in Elkhart township, this county, and continued there seven years. He then purchased his present farm in Perry township, paying ten thousand dollars for the one hundred acres which comprise this valuable
farm. He also owns seventy-seven acres which are situated in Lagrange and Noble counties, and also purchased eighty acres adjoining this farm, now owning two hundred and fifty-seven acres. He is an enterprising farmer, whose well-directed
energies have enabled him to lay up a competency. Mr Walker is an ardent Democrat in principle, but has had no desire to enter political life, although compelled to do so by the importunities of his many friends, whose votes gave him a
flattering majority as supervisor of Perry township, an office he has filled in a most acceptable and creditable manner.
Alternate birthdate of Feb. 16, 1851 supplied by Ed Smith
Noted events in his life were:
• Alt. Birth, February 16, 1851.
George married Sarah Ann LEPIRD, daughter of Samuel LEPIRD and Harriet RONALDS, on March 13, 1879 in Noble Co., Indiana. (Sarah Ann LEPIRD was born on October 4, 1848 in Lagrange Co. Indiana, died on November 3, 1928 and was buried in Salem Cemetery, Noble Co., Indiana.)