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Jonathan Walker

Born: 22-Mar-1799
Birthplace: Harwich, MA
Died: 30-Apr-1878
Location of death: Lake Harbor, MI
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Evergreen Cemetery, Muskegon, MI

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Activist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Man with the Branded Hand

Abolitionist, branded on his right hand with the initials "SS" to indicate "Slave Stealer."

Wife: Jane Gage Walker (b. 28-Jun-1803, m. 2-May, d. 28-Sep-1871, nine children)
Son: John Bunyan Walker (b. 13-May-1823, d. 28-May-1903)
Daughter: Altemera Walker (b. 13-Jan-1827, d. 23-Feb-1907)
Daughter: Nancy Child Walker (b. 7-Jan-1828, d. 16-Feb-1903)
Daughter: Sophia J. Walker (b. 11-Mar-1830, d. 8-Mar-1896)
Daughter: Mary Gage Walker (b. 8-Apr-1833, d. 28-Dec-1918)
Daughter: Maria Child Walker Underhill (b. 18-Jul-1841, d. 18-Dec-1928)
Son: Lloyd Garrison Walker (b. 18-Jul-1841, d. 6-Oct-1931)
Son: William Wilburforce Walker (b. 13-May-1843)
Son: George Fox Walker (b. 13-Feb-1848)
Father: Seth Walker
Mother: Marcy Walker

    Shot Matamoras, Mexico (Jun-1836)
    Failure to Appear missed jury duty (11-Nov-1824)
    Theft Slave Stealing, Pensacola, FL (25-Jun-1844)
    Theft Escambia, FL (1-Jul-1844)
    Trespassing
    Pilloried Pensacola, FL (12-Nov-1844)
    Branded "SS" on the right hand
    Risk Factors: Vegetarian



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