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Mallett-Hinchcliff Marriage
Mallett-Hinchcliff Marriage
Thomas Brimacombe Mallett and his second wife, Sarah Hinchcliff.

Courtesy Janice Lumsden. 
 
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Mallett-Mears Wedding
Mallett-Mears Wedding
Marriage of Una Dorothy Mallett and John H Mears, 1934.

Courtesy Wayne Mallett. 
 
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Malletts Hardware c2008
Malletts Hardware c2008
Photo courtesy Richard Mallett. 
 
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Malletts in Car
Malletts in Car
Car covered with Malletts: from the left: Amy Morse (Higgs) Mallett, Minnie (Weller) Mallett, Evelyn Mallett, Dorothy Maud Mallett, Unidentified, Irene Mallett, Freda Mallett, Edward Milton Mallett.

Courtesy Mike Elliot-Jones.
 
 
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Marguerite (Bobe) Smith
Marguerite (Bobe) Smith
Marguerite Smith (nee Bobe) and the bride at her son's wedding in Sydney, Australia, 1955. 
 
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Marguerite (Bobe) Smith
Marguerite (Bobe) Smith
Marguerite Smith (nee Bobe) and her granddaughter at Taronga Park Zoo in Sydney, Australia, early 1960's. 
 
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Mark & Ted Mallett
Mark & Ted Mallett
Mark is on the left.

Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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Mark Mallett
Mark Mallett
Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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Mark Mallett
Mark Mallett
Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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Mary & Maria Mallett
Mary & Maria Mallett
Mary & Maria Mallett & their Cousin Lilly: Lilly is on the left, Mary is in the middle, and Maria is on the right. Lilly's surname is not known.

Courtesy Betty Andersen. 
 
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Mary Elizabeth Mallett
Mary Elizabeth Mallett
Photograph from the album of Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod (now in the posession of Cheri Theurer). Photograph taken by R Eager, 57 Bath Street, Jersey (Channel Islands).

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
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Mary Mallett's Business Card
Mary Mallett's Business Card
Copper plate used to engrave Mary Thorne Mallett's business cards when she was a young woman living in Jersey (reversed so you can read it). Now owned by Cheri Theurer.

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
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Mary Spargo
Mary Spargo
"Grandma Rillston": Mary (Spargo) Rillston, in old age.

Courtesy Wayne Mallett. 
 
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Mary Thorne and Catherine
Mary Thorne and Catherine
Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod and her sister Catherine (Mallett) Larkin.

Photograph taken by E.R. Savage, Salt Lake City, Utah from the album of Beryl Bigler Bowers.

Courtesy Karl Whittington. 
 
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Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod
Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod
Photograph from the album of Beryl Bigler Bowers (granddaughter).

Courtesy Beryl Bigler Bowers and Karl Whittington. 
 
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Mary, Ellen, & Kitty Mallett
Mary, Ellen, & Kitty Mallett
Photograph of Mary, Ellen, and Kitty (Catherine) Mallett (daughters of Frederick Mallett) 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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Muriel & George Bidgood
Muriel & George Bidgood
Courtesy Rashaad Thirlway. 
 
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No. 94 Capel Street, Dublin
No. 94 Capel Street, Dublin
 
 
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Octavia Durango
Octavia Durango
Photo courtesy Ana Solari, Argentina. 
 
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Plaque on building at Ryders Row, Dublin.
Plaque on building at Ryders Row, Dublin.
The plaque is a memorial to Robert Mallet, the distinguished engineer and scientist. 
 
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Plaque on building at Ryders Row, Dublin.
Plaque on building at Ryders Row, Dublin.
 
 
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Raymond & Mallett Thirlway
Raymond & Mallett Thirlway
Raymond is on the left, Mallett on the right.

Courtesy Rashaad Thirlway. 
 
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Red Lion Inn
Red Lion Inn
Located in Broadclyst, Devon, and still operating ? largely unchanged.

Red Lion Inn Website 
 
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Richard Henry Mallett
Richard Henry Mallett
Telegrapher Licence.

Courtesy Laurie Valentine. 
 
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RMS Grampian
RMS Grampian
The ship that brought Gerald and Donald Mallett to Canada in 1920. 
 
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Road Hazards
Road Hazards
"The Hazards of Driving from London to Devon in 1912".

Courtesy Mike Elliot-Jones. 
 
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Sir Edward Baldwin Malet
Sir Edward Baldwin Malet
British Political Agent and Consul-General in Egypt 1879-1882. "The Crisis in Egypt". 
 
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Sir Edward Baldwin Malet
Sir Edward Baldwin Malet
"Men of the Day", No. 295, Vanity Fair 1885. 
 
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Sophia McCullough
Sophia McCullough
Four Generations: McCullough, Wooddisse, Gowing, 1954.

Left to Right, Georgina (Wooddisse) Gowing, Sophia (McCullough) Wooddisse, and Carl Gowing, holding his son Kenneth Gowing.

Courtesy Thelma (Gowing) Roberts. 
 
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St George's Kingston, 1792
St George's Kingston, 1792
William was probably baptised in this building.

From "Kingston, Building on the Past", by Brian S Osborne and Donald Swainson. 
 
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St George's Kingston, 1826
St George's Kingston, 1826
Built to replace the original wooden structure constructed in 1792.

From "Kingston, Historic City", by Nick and Helma Mika.; B 
 
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Ted Mallett
Ted Mallett
Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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Ted Mallett
Ted Mallett
Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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The mill at Cross Guns Bridge, Phibsborough, Dublin.
The mill at Cross Guns Bridge, Phibsborough, Dublin.
This building, now apartments, was a former mill on the Royal Canal which was owned by John and Robert Mallet of Dublin for the production of cast iron products in the mid 1800's. 
 
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Thirlway Children
Thirlway Children
Left to right: Irene, Mallett, Murial, Lois, and Raymond.

Courtesy Rashaad Thirlway. 
 
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Thomas B Mallett House
Thomas B Mallett House
Thomas Brimacombe Mallett?s old house at 1 Charles Street, Prahran, Victoria, Australia. Photograph taken in 2004.

Courtesy Karl Whittington. 
 
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Thomas Brimacombe Mallett
Thomas Brimacombe Mallett
Photograph of of Thomas Brimacombe Mallett from the album of Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod (now in the possession of Cheri Theurer). Photographer: Elliott & Co.

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
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Truro, 13 Station Road
Truro, 13 Station Road
13 is the end unit on the right.

Courtesy Google Maps Street View 
 
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Truro, 13 Station Road
Truro, 13 Station Road
This appears to be the house as it looks today (2015) that Frederick William Mallett, his wife Edith and their family lived in from roughly 1900 to 1940.

Courtesy Google Maps Street View 
 
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Una Mallett
Una Mallett
Una as a young woman.

Courtesy Wayne Mallett. 
 
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View from Ash c. 1879
View from Ash c. 1879
This was part of a set of three watercolours produced to advertise the Ash Estate when the Mallet family put it up for sale circa 1879. This is the view looking south from the front of the mansion, toward Dartmoor.

Photograph of a lithograph of an original watercolour. Photo taken by Bob Mallett.
 
 
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Violet Mallett
Violet Mallett
Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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Violet Mallett
Violet Mallett
Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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Violet Mallett
Violet Mallett
Courtesy Cindy Delafuente 
 
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W H Mallett Warehouse, Truro
W H Mallett Warehouse, Truro
 
 
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Washfield Parish Church
Washfield Parish Church
Washfield, Devon, England. Henry Worth and his wives Mary Malet and Bridget Fry are buried here.

Photo courtesy Edna Knight, Ottawa, Canada. 
 
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Wilfred Cecil Mallet
Wilfred Cecil Mallet
Photo courtesy Martin Mallet. 
 
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William Henry Mallett Family
William Henry Mallett Family
Photo taken c. 1900:

Standing, rear, L to R: James Mallett b. 1870, Caroline ("Carrie") (Mallett) McGill b. 1879.
Seated, front, L to R: Elizabeth (Lockhart) Mallett b. 1848, Fred Mallett ("Freddy Tom") b. 1884, William Henry Mallett b. 1840, Agnes ("Aggie") (Mallett) Thomson b. 1876, Josephine Mallett b. 1874.

Josephine was deaf and dumb, but could read and write, according to the census. 
 
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William Mallett
William Mallett
William Mallett photograph 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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William Mallett c 1920
William Mallett c 1920
Courtesy Margaret Chambers. 
 

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