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George Walker

(1618—1690) Church of Ireland clergyman


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(1618–90).

Walker, an elderly Church of Ireland clergyman, was the heart and soul of Londonderry's resistance to James II after the Glorious Revolution. He held a living at Donaghmore, near ...

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