Last name: Walters
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Its nice to Know where I come From. So This is where I get my Very Bad Temper. , Its a combination of Anglo- Saxon and Cherokee Indian And Creek Indian blood running threw me. My GrandFather and Dad all lived in Tallapoosa County Alabama.
My late aunt mapped our geneology back to Scotland, where Walters was a sept of the Buchanan clan. I do believe, as Dave mentioned, that there were some marriages between members of the Forbes and Buchanan clans.
Largest population of 'Walters' is in, or comes from Carmarthenshire, South Wales.
My greatgrandfather was stacy walters,he fought in the civil war,as so did some of his brothers. I have no knowledge of where he was from.
My maiden name is Walters, and our family came from Wales
My grandfather came from Georgia and my research took me to North Carolina.Also found information regarding migration from Virginia and South Carolina maybe early 1700's.Possibe chance that North Carolina Walters might have been FREED BLACKS who were slave owners.Article stated that a large population of freed blacks(mullatto) slave owners.Other surnames come into question also that also moved from NC to Georgia.
My last name is also of the region around Wales. But have also found it in other places like Germany,Netherlands,and Scotland.My Grandfather died in clearwater,fl. when i was very young and i don't think my father ever asked the question about his family history.but he is gone too so i do have alot of questions????????????
My last name is said to originate in Wales as well. It came to the Cayman Islands in the 1600s, where most of the locals have the derived surname "Watler". "Caymanian folklore explains that the island's first inhabitants were a Welshman named Walters (or Watler) and his companion named Bawden (or Bodden), who first arrived in Cayman in 1658 after serving in Oliver Cromwell's army in Jamaica. The first recorded permanent inhabitant of the Cayman Islands, Isaac Bodden, was born on Grand Cayman around 1700. He was the grandson of the original settler named Bodden." - Wikipedia History of the Cayman Islands
i am 15 years of age and my grand farther Albert Walters came to britain in 1943 to fight against the germans in ww2, what i know about my past is that his farther was a policeman in jamaica and his mother Isabelle Walters was a nurse. my grand farther was born in 1927 in Hopewell jamaica, we have links with the name Sangstar and the name Gordan also originate from jamaica. we have may family members around the world including the USA, and Canada. I live in Stoke On Trent Staffordshire England...
My father is originally from Australia, he is adopted and received the last name Walters, he then traveled to America and met my mother. I think it's amazing how well the last name has spread.
I am 22 years old my grandad came from guyana in the early 1990s
William Walters is my father dad
John Robert Walters
My grandfather was William Walter Walters from Denbigh, North Wales
I always thought that the last name was German or Dutch