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Abigail Lyon (Mallory) MP (1701 - 1771)

Capt. Abner Mallory MP (1723 - 1804)

Alice Mallory (Driby) MP (1340 - 1412)

'Alice de Driby1,2,3,4 'F, #11012, b. circa 1340, d. 12 October 1412 Father John de Driby, Esq.2,3,4 b. c 1312, d. a 30 Nov 1357 Mother Amy de Gaveston3 b. c 6 Jan 1312, d. b 1354 ' Alice de Dr...

Alice Mallory MP (1145 - d.)

She is not to be confused with the later Alice de Driby whose third and final husband was Sir Anketil Mallory "II".

Angeline Mallory (Hildreth) MP (1806 - 1860)

In 1832 George and Angeline Howe moved with their children to Missouri and then to Illinois. In 1835 George Howe joined an armed expedition sent against the Indians in the Black Hawk War. He disappeare...

Sir Anketil Mallory I, of Kirkby Mallory MP (c.1314 - 1344)

Anketil I has often been misidentified as "Kirkby Mallory", which was his landholding, not his first name. Hikaru Kitabayashi presents persuasive evidence on GenForum that there were indeed two conse...

Sir Anketil Mallory, Govenor of Leicester MP (c.1142 - c.1187)

"Or, a lion rampant queue fourchee gules" is a tincture change from Montfort of Leicester (Gules, a lion rampant queue fourchee argent). The early Mallorys held their lands of the Earls of Leicester. ...

Sir Anketil Mallory, II, Lord of Kirkby Mallory MP (c.1335 - 1393)

Sir Anketil Mallory II was born in 1335 in Kirkby Mallory, Leicester, England. He married Alice De Driby [in 1378]. Anketil died on 26 Mar 1393. Alice De Driby was born in 1340 in Wakefield, Berkshire,...

Ann Thornton Mallory (Peyton) MP (c.1773 - c.1851)

She inherited substantial property at her father's death in 1787, but in 1793 married William Mallory, a drunk and ne'er do well (Goeden). He was undoubtedly the William who appears on the 1810 census ...

Anne "Mary" Ingleby (Mallory) MP (1520 - 1588)

Reference: WikiTree Genealogy - SmartCopy : Oct 29 2016, 23:23:14 UTC

Beatrice Eglina Bagot (Mallory) MP (c.1333 - 1361)

'Eglina Mallory1 F, #61823 Last Edited=22 May 2004 ' Eglina Mallory is the daughter of Sir Anketill Mallory.1 She married, firstly, Sir John Bagot.1 She married, secondly, Sir William de Pounfret...

Caleb Mallory, Rev. War veteran (Mallory) MP (1725 - 1816)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A073232 Service: GEORGIA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: 12-19-1725 STRAFFORD FAIRFIELD CO CONNECTICUT Death: 3- -1816 HUNTINGTON TWP FAIRFIELD CO CONN...

Catherine Mallory (Nunwich) MP (1222 - d.)

Charity Hotchkiss (Mallory) MP (c.1650 - 1726)

Elizabeth Mallory (Bourne) MP (1769 - d.)

Elizabeth Croshaw Palmer (Mallory) MP (c.1655 - c.1747)

Elizabeth Mallory, who was the wife of Richard Croshaw and then of Martin Palmer, is named in many accounts (including the Mallory Surname DNA Study, see below, as well as ) as the daughter of Capt. Ro...

Elizabeth Legard (Mallory) MP (c.1578 - 1627)

Links Ancestry of Sir William Mallory (d. 1603)

Elizabeth Mallory MP (c.1623 - c.1665)

12 June 1665, Roger Mallory's half-sister, Elizabeth Mallory was buried at in the chancel of the church at Northenden, England. (23) Source: (23) Cheshire Sheaf, Volume 1 By Francis Sanders, Willia...

Elizabeth Mallory (Barnes) MP (deceased)

Elizabeth Mallory (Dowell) MP (c.1764 - d.)

Her father Nehemiah Dowell gave his permission for her to marry James Mallory on 2 August 1792. James and William Mallory gave a bond for the marriage on 28 August 1792. The marriage was solemnized on ...

Elizabeth Mallory (Higgason) MP (c.1675 - c.1726)

Sources Detailed Timeline From the files of The Mallory Surname DNA Study , accessed April 6. 2014.

Elizabeth Booth (Mallory) MP (1691 - 1777)

Elizabeth Mallory (le Brun) MP (c.1445 - 1494)

She was on her first marriage by 1461, so an earlier rather than a later birthdate is preferable. ELIZABETH BRUYN (d. March 7, 1493/4) Elizabeth Bruyn, sometimes called Anne, was born between 1444 ...

Ellen Bernard (Mallory) MP (1398 - d.)

Fountain B. Mallory MP (c.1824 - d.)

He appears on the 1850 census of Berkeley County, West Virginia. Mother (implied) Sarah Mallory 49 Head (implied) Fauntain B Mallory 26 Wife (implied) Sarah Mallory 19 Laura Mallory 12 Thom...

Sir Geoffrey Mallore Lord of Kirkby Mallory, Walton, Botley MP (c.1154 - c.1189)

He was hitherto believed to have been the first grantee of Kirkby Mallory, but several previous potential holders have been discovered. Lord of Kirkby Mallory and Walton, & Botley

Grace Mallory (Neale) MP (c.1582 - d.)

Grisell Sutherland (Mallory) MP (c.1744 - 1807)

Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Nov 23 2016, 19:26:28 UTC

Hannah Mallory (Richmond) MP (1768 - 1818)

From RichmondAncestry.org 5th Generation pdf page 57, which is from Joshua Bailey Richmond's book: CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE +669. HANNAH6 , born Aug. 20, 1768; married Nirum Mallory

Hannah Mallory (Cave) MP (1748 - 1817)

Sir Henry Mallory, of Tachebrook MP (c.1167 - 1222)

Lord of Kirkby Mallory and Walton, Succeeded to Tachebrook Mallory

Isabel Mallory (Hamerton) MP (1425 - c.1480)

Identity laid open to question by the fact that her husband John Mallory was NOT a son of Sir William Mallory and Dionysia (Denise) Tempest.

Isabella Mallory MP (1335 - 1358)

Iseult Mallory MP (c.1172 - 1191)

James Mallory MP (c.1760 - d.)

James Mallory , born about 1759, son of Philip Mallory and Lucinda Pines . He apparently moved from Fauquier County, Virginia to Berkeley County, (West) Virginia. There seems to be confusion about this...

Jane Quarles (Mallory) MP (deceased)

Jane Quarles (Mallory) MP (c.1665 - 1719)

Jane Mallory was the daughter of Capt. Roger Mallory and Mary Jane Holland Holderby. She was born 1665 in King William Co, Virginia, and died date unknown in King & Queen County, Virginia. She married ...

Jane Ingram (Mallory) MP (1638 - 1693)

Joan Mallory MP (1458 - 1474)

Joan Mallory (Constable) MP (1458 - 1497)

Originally misplaced, has been correctly reassigned.

Joanna Mallory (Conyers alias Norton) MP (c.1503 - 1588)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via father John Norton Conyers by SmartCopy : Aug 18 2015, 18:11:26 UTC

John Mallory MP (1456 - d.)

Sir John Mallory, Kt. MP (1432 - 1462)

Per William Matthews, "The Ill-Framed Knight" (p. 124), he may have gotten killed at the battle of Towton, March 28, 1461 - the bloodiest battle in the Wars of the Roses.

John H. Mallory MP (c.1793 - d.)

A John H, Mallory is reported by Rose Rentzel as a son of James Mallory and Elizabeth Dowell, but without any further details. He does not appear on any documented list of their children. Source ...

John Mallory MP (c.1452 - d.)

John Mallory MP (c.1309 - 1378)

John Mallory, Lord of Walton MP (c.1307 - 1378)

'John Mallorie M, #806 Family Child Clementia Mallorie+ From: ____________________

John T. Mallory MP (c.1793 - 1870)

John T[hornton?] Mallory (c1793-1870/80). He was a farmer, and a Justice of the Peace. Many researchers give his middle name as Thomas, but there seems to be no known contemporary record. There is so...

John Mallory MP (c.1759 - 1849)

Do not confuse him with John B. Mallory , of Alabama. He was in Fayette County, Kentucky by 1804, when he posted bond and gave his consent for the marriages of his three daughters. He was probably a ...

Joseph Mallory MP (1664 - 1742)

Lucinda Mallory (Pynes) MP (c.1718 - 1783)

Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Nov 23 2016, 19:44:09 UTC

Margaret Corbet Mallory (Burley) MP (c.1387 - 1439)

John Burley (d. 1415/16) was the guardian of the underage Robert Corbet and obtained permission 14 Oct. 1399 to arrange his marriage from Thomas Percy, earl of Worcester. It is highly probable that he ...

Margery Morton (Mallory) MP (c.1379 - 1412)

Martha Mallory MP (1578 - d.)

Mary Mallory (Pinion) MP (1666 - 1706)

Mary Terrell (Mallory) MP (1738 - 1780)

Mary Mallory (Payne) MP (c.1776 - 1812)

Mary (or Molly ) Payne was born about 1776 in Orange County, Virginia, probably the first of Thomas and Elizabeth Paine's children to be born there.On 16 May 1797 she married Roger Mallory in Orange Co...

Mary Howe (Mallory) MP (1656 - 1752)

Mary Mallory (Osborn) MP (c.1810 - c.1839)

Do not confuse her with the Mary Taylor who married a different John Thomas Mallory on 24 June 1834 at Charleston, West Virginia. Her marriage license to John Mallory calls her Mary Osbourn. I find n...

Mary Mallory (Preston) MP (c.1629 - 1690)

Mary Preston. Born ca 1629 in Chesham, Buckinghamshire. She was the daughter of William Preston and Elizabeth Sale, who died when she was little. She was raised by her step-mother, Mary Seabrook Presto...

Mary Mallory (Taylor) MP (1810 - d.)

Do not confuse her with the Mary Osborn who married a different John Mallory on 29 August 1833 in Champaign County, Illinois. If Gary Violette is correct that she was born at Harpers Ferry, she proba...

Nirum Mallory MP (1766 - 1856)

Peter Mallory MP (c.1610 - 1697)

THIS Peter Mallory is NOT the son of Rafe Mallory and Grace Neale. (The Peter Mallory who was the son of Rafe and Grace is accounted for elsewhere. He never left England.) He was [NOT] born at Shel...

Philip Mallory MP (1885 - 1975)

Philip Rogers Mallory (1885-1975) was an American businessman and the founder of the company that is now known as Duracell International. Rather than making a career in his family's shipping business, ...

Rafe Mallory MP (1583 - 1634)

Please DO NOT merge this profile! ________________ Rafe Mallory M, #83723, b. 31 March 1584, d. circa 1634 Father Peter Mallory b. c 1538 Mother Frances Astry b. c 1550 Rafe Mallory was c...

Rebecca Bunnell (Mallory) MP (1648 - 1690)

Twelve children

Rev. Dr. Thomas Mallory, Canon of Chester MP (1605 - 1671)

Dr. Thomas Mallory (Doctor of Divinity), Rector of Northendon, Cheshire and of Eccleston, Lancastershire, England (1605-1671) Thomas, rector of Mobberley and Dean of Chester, the father of the Virgin...

Rev. Thomas Mallory, Dean of Chester MP (c.1566 - 1644)

Thomas Mallory (1566-1644) Doctor of Divinity, Dean of Chester Cathedral Thomas Mallory, the youngest son of Sir William Mallory of Yorkshire, became Dean of Chester Cathedral, rector of Davenham and...

Sir Richard Mallory, of Kirkby Mallory MP (c.1217 - d.)

Lord of Kirkby Mallory, Botley and Walton

Robert Mallory MP (1454 - d.)

Roger Mallory, III MP (c.1700 - 1743)

Roger Mallory MP (c.1277 - 1314)

Roger Mallory, IV MP (c.1742 - 1821)

Roger Mallory (c1742-1822). He appears on a 1782 tax list at Orange County, Virginia. He received a grant of 500 acres on State Creek in Fayette County, Kentucky about 1784 or 1785, surveyed 29 January...

Capt. Roger Mallory MP (c.1637 - 1695)

For an extensive biography, see Roger Mallory is the ancestor of several lines of Mallory descendants in America. He is not even remotely related (in the male line) to Peter Mallory of New Haven, Con...

Roger Mallory, II MP (c.1680 - 1743)

Rosemond Bourne (Mallory) MP (1767 - 1848)

Children of Rosamond Mallory and Stephen Bourn are: William Bourn, b. July 06, 1793, Grayson Co, Virginia, d. December 23, 1870, Grayson Co, Virginia. John Bourn, b. September 28, 1794, d. date unkn...

Sarah Thomas Meriwether (Mallory) MP (1796 - 1881)

Dr. Wm. Meriwether, third son of General David Meriwether, married a Miss Malory and left a son and daughter. He gave up medicine on account of health, studied law and was admitted to the bar. Source...

Sarah Mallory (Weeden) MP (1607 - d.)

Sarah Mallory (Smith) MP (c.1736 - 1821)

Her date of death is not clear. If her husband was the Roger Mallory who married Mary Payne on 16 May 1797 in Orange County she must have died before that date. However, his 1821 will names his wife Sa...

Sarah Theresa Mallory (McConihe) MP (1828 - 1854)

Sarah Theresa McConihe, dua. of Hon. Isaac McConihe and Sarah Sophia Strong, was b. in Troy, New York on Aug. 23,1828. She married with WILLIAM MEAD MALLORY on Jan. 23,1849. He was b. Nov. 23,1817.

Sarah Mallory (Unknown) MP (deceased)

Sir John Mallory, Knight MP (c.1473 - 1527)

Oldest son of William Mallory and Joan Constable. Married four times: 1. Margaret Thwaites 2. Margery Hastings (also known as Margaret and Marjorie) 3. Elizabeth Reade. 4. Anne York (who survived him b...

Sir William Mallory, Sheriff of Yorkshire, MP MP (c.1525 - 1603)

SOURCE: The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1558-1603, ed. P.W. Hasler, 1981 Offices Held: J.p. Yorks. (N. Riding) from 1559, (W. Riding) from 1561, (E. Riding) from 1583; member, council...

Sir William Mallory, Knight MP (c.1498 - 1547)

"30 years old and more" per his father's Inquisition Post Mortem Oct 20, 1528. excerpted from "Mallory Family of Yorkshire, England" (12 April 2008), MyGenealogist.com, Wells Fargo Center, 299 South ...

Stephen R. Mallory, U.S. Senator, Confederate States Secretary of the Navy MP (1812 - 1873)

Stephen Russell Mallory (1812 – November 9, 1873) served in the United States Senate as, Senator (Democrat) from Florida from 1850 to the secession of his home state and the outbreak of the Am...

Susanna Mallory (Walker) MP (1725 - 1802)

Thankful Chamberlin (Mallory) MP (1694 - d.)

The Mallory Family of England and Connecticut - Updated 7 April 2007 Descendants of Anketil Mallory 1 Anketil Mallory b: Abt. 1340 in of Kirby Mallory, Leicestershire, England d: 26 Mar 1393 ...

Thomas B. Mallory MP (c.1815 - d.)

He appears as a widower on the 1880 census of Openquon, Berkeley, West Virginia. . Thomas Mallory 1836 Virginia, farmer Ella Mallory 1860 Virginia Fountain Mallory 1864 West Virginia Mabarry ...

(Sir) Thomas Mallory, of Hutton Conyers MP (1430 - 1471)

This is #3 of the candidates to have authored the Morte d'Arthur , and he's rather a dark horse. He was probably the third or later son of William Mallory and Dionysia Tempest, which would put his birt...

Sir Thomas Mallory, Kt. MP (c.1280 - c.1320)

Some sources refer to him, too, as Anketil, leading to Sir Anketil "I" being renumbered as "II" and "II as "III" (when they aren't erroneously conflated into the same person). _______________________...

Sir Thomas Mallory, of Papworth St. Agnes MP (1425 - 1469)

This is the leading alternative candidate for authorship of the Morte d'Arthur, after Sir Thomas Malory of Newbold Revell, Warwickshire. Thomas Malory of Papworth Con: A second candidate was presen...

Uriel Mallory MP (1738 - 1824)

DAR Patriot # A073269

William Mallory "the Draper" MP (c.1460 - d.)

In his will, his father, Thomas Mal(l)ory of Papworth St. Agnes, specified that he wanted his son William to be apprenticed as a draper ( pannariorum ) in London.

Sir William Mallory, of Kirkby Mallory MP (1192 - 1247)

Lord of Kirkby Mallory and Tachebrook Mallory.

William Mallory MP (1450 - 1499)

Sir William Mallory1,2,3 M, #85063, b. circa 1440, d. 2 July 1499 Father Sir John Mallory2,3 b. c 1415 Mother Elizabeth Hamerton4,2,3 b. c 1417 Sir William Mallory was born circa 1440 at of Studley &...

Sir William Mallory, of Tachebrook MP (1247 - c.1293)

Lord of Walton, Tachebrook, Mallory, Botley, and Peckleton, Warwickshire.

Sir William Mallory, of Studley MP (c.1452 - 1498)

William Mallory MP (c.1769 - 1835)

Tradition calls him John William, but he was called William Mallory in contemporary records, and it is worth noting that he had a brother John. Calling him John William might be a confusion in the trad...

William Mallory MP (1675 - 1738)

Sir William Mallory, Kt. MP (c.1370 - 1445)

I understood that the William Mallory who married Jane de Plumpton was not the Sir William Mallory, son of Antekil, though the two Williams were coeval. The former was of Hutton Conyers near Ripon (Yor...