Talk:George Walker (soldier)

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Anglicanism has three orders of ministry-bishops, priests, and deacons[1]. It is not appropriate to refer to the ordained clergy simply as "ministers". The suggestions that the term "priest" is not normative in Anglicanism is laughable and presumably has been made by a non-Anglican. Carolynparrishfan 23:26, 11 August 2006 (UTC)

Biographical detail available[edit]

I have transcribed the work s:A Compendium of Irish Biography/Walker, George that corresponds with this article. Once used, it would be great of the ref would be

<ref name="IrishBio">{{cite book|last=Webb|first=Alfred|authorlink=Alfred Webb|title=A Compendium of Irish Biography|publisher=M. H. Gill & son|location=Dublin|date=1878|pages=542-44|url=,_George|accessdate=2010-04-07}}</ref>

Have fun. billinghurst sDrewth 10:05, 8 April 2010 (UTC)

Birth Date[edit]

His listed birth date of 1618 is one year after his mother's birth date of 1617. One of the links on the page has a 1645 birth date, which seems more likely, given otherwise he would have been 72 when he died in battle. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:44, 3 August 2015 (UTC)