The Walker Sisters in 1946

The Walker sisters, whose collective age totals 261 years, enjoy a short rest on the front porch. Their log-cabin was built by their grandfather when Abe Lincoln was still practicing law in Illinois.

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The remaining Walker sisters sit on the front porch.

The Walker sisters, whose collective age totals 261 years, enjoy a short rest on the front porch. Their log-cabin was built by their grandfather when Abe Lincoln was still practicing law in Illinois.

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  1. THE SISTERS ARE MY COUSINS ON MY GRANDADS SIDE. I HAVE BEEN TO THEIR CABIN. WOULD HAVE LOVED TO LIVED IN THEIR TIME.

  2. I am the granddaughter of Nancy Lena Walker, a direct descantant of the Walker sisters. I have been to the Homecoming in July a couple of times before and was just there this past weekend.

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