Walker, John J. Jr - Richmond/GA - 1860's

John J. Walker Jr. was the son of John J. Walker Sr & Ella Maxwell Walker. He was born and died in Augusta, Richmond, Ga.

He was famous in his community for participating in the dedication of the Archibald Butts Bridge. He was sent to Washington DC to travel back with President Taft who dedicated the bridge. He also prepared the picnic for the dedication participants.

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