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Member From: 1752 - 1782
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- Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
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- Additional Info: 1752-1755 Assembly- Thomas Walker accepted the position of assistant surveyor during the February 1754 session. Robert Anderson was elected to replace him.
1758 - 1761 Assembly - Thomas Walker was elected a burgess by both Hampshire and Louisa counties. He chose to serve from Hampshire County, and Charles Smith was elected for Louisa.
|1761-1765||Albemarle||Propositions and Grievances|
|1766-1768||Albemarle||Propositions and Grievances
|1769||Albemarle||Propositions and Grievances
|1769-1771||Albemarle||Privileges and Elections
Propositions and Grievances
|1775-1776||Louisa||Propositions and Grievances|
|1782||Albemarle||Privileges and Elections
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