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Exwick
Exwick
View across the mill to the St David's area of Exeter. 
 
252
Exwick
Exwick
Close up view of the mill from the north. 
 
253
Exwick
Exwick
View of the mill from the north. 
 
254
Eye
Eye
This was the location of the original market founded by Robert Malet. 
 
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Eye
Eye
"The Honour of Eye", shown in red on a map of Suffolk. 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
"The Honour of Eye", shown in red on a map of Suffolk. 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
264
Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
272
Fitchet
Fitchet
[Copyright 2010 - Richard Mallett and Nigel Barker. Not to be reproduced without permission] 
 
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Florence Mallett Obituary
Florence Mallett Obituary
Courtesy Wayne Mallett. 
 
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Florence May Mallett
Florence May Mallett
 
 
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Florence May Mallett
Florence May Mallett
 
 
276
Frank Larkin & Cath. Mallett
Frank Larkin & Cath. Mallett
Photograph of Catherine Mallett Larkin and her husband Frank Larkin, from the album of Mary Thorne (Mallett) Henriod (now in the possession of Cheri Theurer).

Photograph believed to be taken in Merced, California, courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
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Frederick Lee Mallett
Frederick Lee Mallett
Imperial Service Medal.

Granted 6th May, 1915, "in recognition of your meritorious services as an officer in Portsmouth Dockyard".

Courtesy Richard Mallett. 
 
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Frederick Lee Mallett
Frederick Lee Mallett
Holman Reference.

A letter of reference from Holman & Sons, Shipbuilders of Topsham to HM Dockyard Portsmouth commending Frederick to his new employers. This is the key document confirming the link between Topsham and Portsmouth.

Courtesy Richard Mallett. 
 
279
Frederick Lee Mallett
Frederick Lee Mallett
Indenture.

This is the actual legal document for Frederick Lee Mallett's apprenticeship at Holman's yard in Topsham. An apprenticeship lasted seven years and this document goes into some detail about his wages, etc.

Courtesy Richard Mallett. 
 
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Frederick Lee Mallett
Frederick Lee Mallett
Frederick Lee Mallett born 1855 in Topsham, Devon. Husband of Martha Lock and father of Frederick Sidney Mallett. Like his father and brothers, he was a shipwright.

Courtesy Richard Mallett. 
 
281
Frederick Lee Mallett
Frederick Lee Mallett
Discharge Certificate.

Frederick Lee Mallett had to serve part of his apprenticeship working on board a ship, in this case the SS Enmore. This vessel used to travel regularly between Britain, India and British Guyana in central America collecting indentured migrants to work the plantations in Guyana. It is not known if Frederick actually travelled overseas, but this document shows that he only served on it for 4 months. The name of the vessel is interesting and coincidental, as Enmore in Somerset has strong Mallet associations.

Courtesy Richard Mallett. 
 
282
Frederick Mallett
Frederick Mallett
Status: Located; Died 23 December 1888 aged 24 years 
 
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Frederick Mallett
Frederick Mallett
Status: Located; Died 23 December 1888 aged 21 years 
 
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Frederick Mallett
Frederick Mallett
Status: Located;  
 
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Frederick Mallett
Frederick Mallett
Photograph of Frederick Mallett from the album of Mary Thorne (Mallett) Henriod (now in the possession of Cheri Theurer); taken in Sale, Australia.

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
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Frederick Mallett & Wife Mary
Frederick Mallett & Wife Mary
Frederick Sydney Mallett and Mary (Lawless) Mallett. Mary was holding baby Elsie.

Courtesy Richard Mallett. 
 
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Frederick Mallett Obituary
Frederick Mallett Obituary
 
 
288
Frederick William Mallett
Frederick William Mallett
Frederick William Mallett as a Young Man: the photo was probably taken just prior to his marriage to Edith Spargo Rillston.

Photo courtesy Wayne Mallett. 
 
289
Frederick William Mallett
Frederick William Mallett
Frederick William Mallett in Middle Age: the photo was obviously taken prior to 1910, the year he died.

Photo courtesy Wayne Mallett. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
View of village looking north. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
View of village green and pub. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
Ruins of the Priory. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
View of the Priory ruins looking north-west. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
Frithelstock Priory. 
 
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Funeral bier
Funeral bier
On display at the Dartmoor Life museum in Okehampton 
 
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Georgina (Bathurst) Mallet
Georgina (Bathurst) Mallet
Elegant Lady in her boudoir.
 
 
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Georgina (Bathurst) Mallet
Georgina (Bathurst) Mallet
Photo taken later in life.
 
 
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Georgina and Son Hugh
Georgina and Son Hugh
Photo probably taken about 1860.
 
 

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