T. H. Walker

    T. H. Walker, superintendent of the southern division of the Baltimore & Ohio Express Company, was born in Washington , D. C., January 19, 1857 , and educated in the public schools of Baltimore and Washington, D. C. His father, William Walker, was a native of Virginia, and a contractor on public works. He died in 1861, at the breaking out of the late civil war. His widow, Sue (Michael) Walker, was born in Maryland and still lives. Our subject began with the Baltimore & Ohio Company many years ago, and has held the positions of depot manager, cashier, traveling auditor, and in 1886, when they ran a line into Chattanooga , he took his present position. By our subject's marriage to Miss Ella Taylor in 1884, he became the father of one child, Josette. Mrs. Walker is a daughter of Samuel H, Taylor , of Indiana . Our subject is a live business man, and is well respected by all who know him.
Goodspeed's "History of East Tennessee" 1887