Nancy Reeder Walker (1817 - 1847)

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Birthplace: Dayton, OH, USA
Death: Died in Omaha, Douglas, NE, USA
Occupation: Married Horace Martin Alexander 9/14/1834 in Winchester, IN by her father, Oliver Walker, Justice of the Peace
Managed by: Della Dale Smith-Pistelli
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About Nancy Reeder Walker

Nancy Reeder Walker born 8 Dec 1817 Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, was married to Horace Martin Alexander 14 September 1834 in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana by her dad, Oliver Walker.

1840 Census Bond County, Illinois, (next to Madison County, Illinois, and 2 families away from brother William C Walker and wife Rachel Wright) H M Alexander and Nancy with one daughter who dies. Nancy died 28 January 1847 at Winter Quarters shortly after the birth of Horace Martin Alexander Junior who was born 1 January 1847 and died 31 January 1847, three days after Nancy.

She had four daughters, Nancy Maria Alexander born 24 March 1839 in Alton, Madison, Illinois who died early, Frances Evaline Alexander born 1 September 1836 in Liberty, Clay County, Missouri, and died 13 November 1906, marrying Jessie Pierce Steele 4 October 1853 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had eleven children: Horace Alexander Steele born 9 September 1854, Jesse Fielding Steele born 2 October 1856, Louisa Dionicia Steele born 8 November 1858, Nancy Evaline Steele born 25 September 1861, Sarah Catherine Steele born 2 February 1864, Daniel Wells Steele born 5 July 1866, Adam Leonidas Steele born 7 February 1869, Mary Jane Steele born 1 March 1871, Joseph William Steele born 6 July 1866, John Pierce Steele born 13 september 1876, and Cora Jensine Stelle born 11 February 1879.

Sarah Malinda Alexander born 5 March 1841 at Alton, Madison County, Illinois and died 16 November 1908 in Mona, Juab, Utah, marrying John Green 27 May 1856 in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City. They had eleven children: John Martin Green born 25 November 1858, Eveline Dionitia Green born 12 May 1860, Clarissa Louise Green born 6 August 1861, Mary Melissa Green born 2 april 1863, Amasa Lyman Green born 6 September 1865, Horace Alexander Green born 7 May 1866, Sarah Helen Green born 23 August 1869, Nancy Lewella Green born 7 November 1871, William Hanson Green born 25 January 1873, Franklin green born 29 September 1875, and James Samuel Green born 3 November 1879.

Dionetta Emily Alexander born 18 October 1843 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, and died 24 October 24 1879 in Parowan, Iron, Utah, marrying Hans Jorgen Pedersen Mortensen 16 May 1859 in Parowan, Iron, Utah. They had eleven children: Hans Lyman Mortensen born 16 February 1860, Nancy Dionitia Mortensen born and died 16 August 1861, William Henry Mortensen born 16 September 1862, Francis Marion Mortensen born 19 December 1863, Lena Losana Mortensen born 25 February 1866, Sarah Eveline Mortensen born 8 December 1867, Horace Martin Mortensen born 21 March 1870, Jesse Leonidas Mortensen born 21 April 1873, William Wallace Mortensen born 23 April 1875, Junius Denton Mortensen born 12 August 1877, and James Peter Mortensen born 24 October 1879.

As orphaned children, the three little girls went on to Utah with Nancy's mother Nancy Cressy Walker and sister Eveline Walker Rollins and husband James Henry Rollins.

After Horrace's return from Mormon Battalion service he got married to Catherine Houston 15 February 1849 in Salt Lake City, and had twelve children. He also married Martha Burwell 15 February 1849 in Salt Lake City, and had at least twelve children. He also married Julia Owens in 1854 in Salt Lake City and had five children. Horace died in Provo 18 September 1881 and is buried in Springville, Utah.

In Far West in 1837/1838 Horace kept a store “according to a day book he kept. Some of the charge accounts of this little book are interesting: Saleratus 2 lbs. 30 cents, Candles 25 cents, Calico 50 cents, flour 24 lbs. $1.25, Molasses 50 cents. These items were paid for by pork….The Prophet… on his big white horse, would ride right into the store, and the horse would paw for what it wanted."

Horace and Nancy Alexander Endowments 24 January 1846 in the Nauvoo Temple, Illinois.

From FindAGrave.com:

Birth: Dec. 8, 1816, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA

Death: Jan. 28, 1847, Winter Quarters / Florence (defunct),

Douglas County, Nebraska, USA

Daugter of Oliver Walker and Nancy Cressy

Married Horace Martin Alexander, 14 Sep 1834, Winchester,

Randolph, Indiana. Horace was born 1812 and died 1881.

Children: Frances Evaline Alexander, Nancy Maria Alexander, Sarah Malinda Alexander, Dionetia Emily Alexander, Horace Martin Alexander, Jr.



Note: Nancy Reeder Walker Alexander was age 29 yrs., 1 mo., 20 days old when she died.


Burial: Mormon Pioneer Cemetery, Omaha, Douglas County

Nebraska, USA, Plot: Grave #66


Created by: SMSmith Record added: Mar 20, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 35005175

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Lebenslinie von Nancy Reeder Walker Alexander

1817
8 Dezember, 1817
Dayton, OH, USA
1836
1 September, 1836
Age 18
West Liberty, Clay, Missouri, USA
1839
24 März, 1839
Age 21
Alton, MO, USA
1841
5 März, 1841
Age 23
Alton, MO, USA
1843
18 Oktober, 1843
Age 25
Nauvoo, Hancock, Ill
1847
1 Januar, 1847
Age 29
Winter Quarters, Douglas, NE, USA
28 Januar, 1847
Age 29
Omaha, Douglas, NE, USA
28 Januar, 1847
Age 29
Winter Quarters, Douglas, Nebraska
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