Ellis County, Kansas
Walker is located five miles north of the location of old Fort Fletcher. The town was located on the railroad near Walkers Creek. During the 1870's, many English settlers located in the Walker and Victoria area.
During the Second World War, Walker Air Base was constructed by the United States Army Air Corps. It was operated as a training center in 1942 and was closed on January 31, 1946.
The history of Walker is documented in The Golden Jubilee of German-Russian Settlements of Ellis and Rush Counties, Kansas, August 31, September 1 and 2, 1926, in the Walker section.
James McCook (might be James M. Cook)
Frank A. Dorsman
John D. Holcomb
Joe C. Wildt
William Rineiser (might be Ringeiser)
William Robben (might be Robbin)
George Robben (might be Robbin)
Herman Robben (might be Robbins)
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