- Born: Abt 1810, Rockingham Co, NC
- Marriage: Permelia Gilchrist
- Died: After 1880, Probably Windsor, Henry Co., Missouri
The 1850 Federal Census records the Wyatt and Permelia Walker family living in Caswell Co., N.C.
The 1860 Federal Census records the Wyatt and Permelia Walker family living in the Southern District of Pittsylvania County, Va.
The 1870 Federal Census records the Wyatt and Permelia Walker family living in Post Oak Township, Johnson Co., Missouri. Children Ellen, Nannie, Reginald, Alice, William, Harry, and Sarah made the move to Missouri with their parents. Wyatt's occupation is now listed as a farmer.
The 1880 Federal Census records the Wyatt Walker, a widower, living in Windsor, Henry Co., Missouri with children Ellen, Nannie, and Willie. Also living in the household is Emma Welch (19) and grand daughters Iva(y) (7) and Edna Garrett (5). Ivy and Edna are the oldest daughters of William Adrian Garrett and his wife, Alice Walker Garrett, daughter of Wyatt. Wyatt is listed as a carpenter and Willie as an Editor.
Noted events in his life were:
• Occupation: Coach Builder.
Wyatt married Permelia Gilchrist. (Permelia Gilchrist was born about 1813 in Guilford County, N.C. and died about 1875 in Johnson Co./Henry Co., Missouri.)