|Dallas Herald Article January 19, 1890|
|The colored citizens of Marion county met to elect delegates to attend the national convention of the bureau of relief to be held in Washington this month. J.F.Dawkins, J.R. Carter, H.W. Walker and W.T. Worsham were elect delegates.|
|Dallas Herald Article February 28, 1892|
|The Marion county Republican convention held a
mass meeting to elected delegates to the state and national
W. E. Singleton, Robert ?Rimons, Zeik? Henry, J. M. North, H.W. Walker,
W.T. Worsham, M. K.Crawford, J. R. Carter, Robert Carthain, C. W. Ray, J. F.
Dawkins, R .E. Cole G. W. Drake? and Matt Perdue were elected delegates
W.T. Worsham was unanimously chosen for delegate to the national convention from the fourth congressional district.
|The Jimplecute Article November 24, 1906, Image 3|
Between Jefferson and Glen Nov. 21st a Ladies Black Leather Hand Bag containing a railroad ticket an expansion drinking cup and receipts from the I O O F to C C Jones. A liberal reward to leave with Hamilton Walker or C C Jones Glen.
|The Jimplecute Article October 06, 1911, Image 3|
A Sudden Death
Monday Oct 2, about noon, Lenora, wife of Hamilton W Walker, carrier on route No 1, died suddenly from heart trouble. Deceased was a well educated woman and a teacher in the colored High School when she married and was a woman who done much to elevate the people of her race and was beloved by all of them. She leaves a devoted husband and three small children The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon and was largely attended as decease was a member of several fraternal and benevolent orders who took part in the funeral services.
Abstract of disbursements under the appropriation for pay of bailiffs, etc., United States courts, 1901, for the quarter ending Dec. 3I, 1900.
3 H. W. Walker, bailiff, October term, Jefferson
Precinct No. 3