Applied for a pension in 1820, at age 57, stating that he enlisted at West Point in King William County in 1779 in the troop of cavalry commanded by John ARMONY (a Frenchman) of Col. George DABNEY’s Regiment and served until the end of the war, was in the Battle of Guilford Courthouse and the Siege of Little York he owned 18 acres of land; was by profession a tanner, his family consisted of a son of age, a female, of age, and her infant child 2 years old. He died before 15 AUG 1839, when court certified him a soldier of the Continental Line of Virginia; proved he died intestate; son, Freeman O. WALKER. On 19 JUL 1827, Freeman O. WALKER was summoned to administer the estate of Edward WALKER