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John Arnold 'Jack' Mallett
John Arnold "Jack" Mallett
On his farm in Western Australia, c. 1929.

Courtesy Kerry Goldsworthy. 
 
402
John Henry Mallett c. 1884
John Henry Mallett c. 1884
Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
403
John Mallet Sales Docket
John Mallet Sales Docket
An original sales receipt for some plumbing items purchased by Captain Gunett on the 21st December 1813. The final bill appears to be 8s and 10d and was probably signed by an employee of John Mallet.

Courtesy Richard Mallett. 
 
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John Mallett
John Mallett
Status: Located; Son of John and Ann Rice, and his son John. 
 
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John Mallett
John Mallett
Status: Located; Son of John Mallett and Ann Rice, and his son John. 
 
406
John Mallett
John Mallett
Status: Located; Died 26th September 1853 aged 42 years and also John Mallett son of the above died 12th February 1854 aged 6 years. 
 
407
John Mallett April 1877
John Mallett April 1877
Photograph of John Mallett taken April 1877 from the album of Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod (now in the possession of Cheri Theurer).

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
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John Mallett Clock
John Mallett Clock
Photograph of a clock made by John Mallett of Jersey (found on an auction website).

Courtesy Karl Whittington. 
 
409
John Mallett Family c1884
John Mallett Family c1884
Jersey, probably 1884, the year Grace was born.

Back row, standing, from the left (probably):

Mary Elizabeth Mallett, Louisa Mallett, John Henry Mallett, Julia (wife of John Henry), and Walter Mallett (perhaps Louisa and Julia should be reversed)

Seated on chairs, from the left:
John Mallett (sen.) and Louisa (Leaver) Mallett holding the baby Grace Mallett (daughter of John Henry and Mary).

Seated on the floor:
Frederick Mallett.

Alice is presumed missing from the photograph because she was already married and living in London, England.

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
410
John Wilmot
John Wilmot
 
 
411
John, Walter, and Fred
John, Walter, and Fred
Photograph of John, Walter, and Fred Mallett (sons of John Mallett, Jersey) from the album of Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod (now in the possession of Cheri Theurer).

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
412
Justice Sir Thomas Malet
Justice Sir Thomas Malet
 
 
413
Kate Isabel Hackelton
Kate Isabel Hackelton
Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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Kitty Mallett
Kitty Mallett
Catherine "Kitty" Mallett; photograph from the album of Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod (now in the possession of Cheri Theurer).

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
415
Langtree
Langtree
View of the village post office looking east. 
 
416
Langtree
Langtree
View of the village. 
 
417
Langtree
Langtree
The Methodist chapel. 
 
418
Langtree
Langtree
View of the village looking west.  
 
419
Langtree
Langtree
The Methodist chapel. 
 
420
Langtree
Langtree
The Methodist chapel. 
 
421
Langtree
Langtree
Looking north-west towards the parish church. 
 
422
Langtree
Langtree
View of the village looking west. 
 
423
Langtree
Langtree
View from the parish church looking south-east. 
 
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Langtree
Langtree
View of the parish church looking west. 
 
425
Langtree
Langtree
View from the parish church looking east. 
 
426
Langtree
Langtree
 
 
427
Langtree
Langtree
View of the parish church looking south-west. Descendants of Henry Mallett of Shebbear are buried here.  
 
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Lieutenant Commander Edward Smyth Osbourne
Lieutenant Commander Edward Smyth Osbourne
The Smyth Osbourne family purchased Ash House from Hugh Mallet in 1881 and lived in Iddesleigh into the 20th century. 
 
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Lois Thirlway
Lois Thirlway
Courtesy Rashaad Thirlway. 
 
430
Louisa and Helen
Louisa and Helen
John Mallett's wife, Louisa (Leaver) Mallett with Helen Mallett, John's sister.

Courtesy Diane Wheeler and Karl Whittington. 
 
431
Lt. Col. John William Mallet
Lt. Col. John William Mallet
Born in Dublin, he was the son of Robert Mallet, a famous Irish engineer. John W played a key role for the Confederate army in the American Civil War, where he attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, by setting up and running its main munitions factory at Macon, Georgia. He also helped found the University of Texas at Austin and was Professor of Chemistry at the University of Virginia. Despite settling in America he remained a British citizen.

Picture reproduced from The Photographic History of the Civil War ed. by Francis Trevelyan Miller, 10 vols. (New York: Review of the Reviews, 1911), 10: 27.

Photo used with the kind permission of Leon Basile (Find-a Grave.com) 
 
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Lucy Ella Malet
Lucy Ella Malet
 
 
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Lucy Ella Malet
Lucy Ella Malet
 
 
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Lucy Ella Malet
Lucy Ella Malet
 
 
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Lucy Ella Malet
Lucy Ella Malet
 
 
436
Mabel Freda Mallett
Mabel Freda Mallett
Photo taken in Margate c 1924 when she was about 17.

Courtesy Mike Elliot-Jones.
 
 
437
Mabel Mallett William Nicholls
Mabel Mallett William Nicholls
Courtesy Janice Lumsden. 
 
438
Mabel Tatty Brimacombe
Mabel Tatty Brimacombe
Courtesy Janice Lumsden and Karl Whittington. 
 
439
Malet de Cramesnil
Malet de Cramesnil
Gules 3 round fermaux (buckles) or – Ancient arms of the Malets, Sires de Graville. Grand Armorial de France. 22565-22567 (Normandy & Perigod). Also in the Salle des Croisades, Versailles. Also held by the Malets of Lincolnshire. Note also as no 570 - John Males in the FitzWilliam Roll; Malet in Dering No. 321. and by Alexander Bunkhulle Lord Marshal’s 526 and Sapy QI. 549.

[Copyright 2010 - Richard Mallett and Nigel Barker. Not to be reproduced without permission] 
 
440
Malet of Bucks
Malet of Bucks
Sa. a chevron between three chaplets ar. - Mallet (Co. Buckingham – probably and error for No. 7).

[Copyright 2010 - Richard Mallett and Nigel Barker. Not to be reproduced without permission] 
 
441
Malet of Bucks (2)
Malet of Bucks (2)
Ar. a chevron between three round fermaux sa - Mallet (Co. Buckingham). – Robert Malet – M. Roll circa 1277-87. Harl. Mss 6137 &6589; also Knights of Edward II Vol L-O pp 98-99. [see also No. 7]


[Copyright 2010 - Richard Mallett and Nigel Barker. Not to be reproduced without permission] 
 
442
Malet of Derbyshire
Malet of Derbyshire
Gu. a fesse erm. between 3 [another 6] fermaux or – Mallet (Co. Derby).

[Copyright 2010 - Richard Mallett and Nigel Barker. Not to be reproduced without permission] 
 
443
Malet of Derbyshire
Malet of Derbyshire
Gu. a fesse dentee between 6 fermaux ar. – Mallet (Co. Derby).

[Copyright 2010 - Richard Mallett and Nigel Barker. Not to be reproduced without permission] 
 
444
Malet of Enmore and St Audries, Mallet of Ash.
Malet of Enmore and St Audries, Mallet of Ash.
 
 
445
Malet of Jersey
Malet of Jersey
Gu. 3 fermaux or a crescent for difference –Malet of Jersey.

[Copyright 2010 - Richard Mallett and Nigel Barker. Not to be reproduced without permission] 
 
446
Malet Street
Malet Street
Located in the City of London, it is believed to have been named after Edmund Malet Vaughan, 7th Earl of Lisburne (a descendent of Elizabeth Malet & John Wilmot) and created when Birkbeck College (part of the University of London) was built.
 
 
447
Mallet Family
Mallet Family
Left to Right, all Mallets unless otherwise stated:

Liliana, Claudio Ian, Hugo Ernesto, Randy (holding niece), Amelia, Nelly.

Photo courtesy Randy Mallet, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
 
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Mallet Family
Mallet Family
Left to Right, all Mallets unless otherwise stated:

Ernesto Eitel, Ian Claudio, Hugo Ernesto, Randy (in front, holding his niece), Reinaldo Hugo, Guillermo Federico.

Photo courtesy Randy Mallet, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
 
449
Mallet Window, Iddesleigh
Mallet Window, Iddesleigh
A window in the Iddesleigh parish church, erected by Sir Claude Coventry Mallet in 1939. It shows all of the various quarterings of the coats of arms of the families that were joined with the Mallet family over the years through marriage.

Photo courtesy Dave Dingley. 
 
450
Mallet's Mortar
Mallet's Mortar
Information board next to the mortar designed by Robert Mallet of Dublin at Fort Nelson near Portsmouth, Hampshire.

For further information see the Royal Armouries website at http://www.royalarmouries.org/visit-us/fort-nelson and the Palmerston Forts Society http://www.palmerstonforts.org.uk/fortlog/mallet.htm 
 

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