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1  MALLETT, Dorothy Ismay (I11241)
 
2  MALLETT, Lily May (I11240)
 
3  SHORE, Amy (I10001)
 
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"Ab" Mallett gave eulogies for both Henry Mallett and Ina Verona
Mallett (nee Wood). AF(nee Mallett) says he spent much time with his
grandparents (Albert and MaryJane Mallett) and his aunt and uncle (Henry and Ina Mallett).

Occupation: Amy says Ab is very busy "selling", travelling, etc. 
MALLETT, Albert William (I3750)
 
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Census 1871 Bethnal Green RG10/482, 22 Wellington Street
name, position, married, age, occupation, place of birth:
William Gayne[sic] Head Mar. 40 Letter carrier Enfield
Sarah Gayne Wife Mar 28 milliner, Minories
William Gayne Son mar 8 scholar Bethnal Green
Henry Gayne Son 6 scholar, Bethnal Green
Mary Heynes mother widow 63, London W.C.
Maria Mallett niece U 18 bootfitter St. George's East
Henry Heyne Head Mar 25 Warehouseman Minories
Eliza Heyne Wife Mar 30 milliner Hackney
Eleanor Heyne Dau. 2 Bethnal Green
Henry Heyne son 5 Bethnal Green 
HEYNES, Mary Ann (I69)
 
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Census 1881: MALLETT GEORGE 14 BIBLE CHRISTIAN CTN1 
MELLETT, George David (I453)
 
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CoD: typhoid fever 
MALLETT, William (I112)
 
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If you look at the 1881 Census you will find Elizabeth living with her husband George Judge and their 1 year old daughter Ada Elizabeth. This was before my grandmother was born. Her life has been quite a mystery to all because she came to Canada as a Bernardo child (home child) and none of her past was known by my mother - her only living child. I received information from the Bernardo's when my mother was 83 and she was quite glad to have some information about her mother.
Dau. Susan Edwards, dau. note of March 2003:
My mother is Frances Alberta Avery daughter of Emily Florence Judge (mother was Elizabeth Margaret Mallett). She is still living and is 87 years old. Right now she's swimming in the ocean in Cuba - needless to say she's in pretty good shape. She had 2 brothers, Charles and Ralph both of whom have passed away.
She didn't know any of her mother's background until she was 83 which was when I got the information from the Bernardo Foundation about Emily Florence. 
AVERY, Frances Alberta (I1595)
 
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Memorial inscription: Eleanora Lavinia Margretta, the beloved wife of Edward Austin, who died Dec 18th, 1900, aged 58 years. A loving heart and true. Also of Edward Austin, beloved husband of the above, who passed away Apr 7th, 1928, ages 85 years. 
GILL, Eleanora Lavinia Margretta (I79)
 
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Notes for William Henry Gill:
WO 12/10060 Musters, 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade 1826. Private William Gill enlisted on 17 July 1826 aged 18. Height 5 ft 9 3/4 ins. Bounty paid L. 3; bringing money and attesting 16/0d.; stationed with regimental depot in Dublin. WO 12/10061 as above 1827. Dec 1826 - Mar 1827 stationed at Drogheda; 13 days in hosptal 28 Feb - 4 Mar 1827. March: "on his way to join service companies." April "to service Companies 26 April" "Bd ship from 26 April - 25 July "joined Service Companies 26 July in Halifax, Nova Scotia from regimental depot." WO 12/10069 as above 1835-1836 648 Private William Gill was stationed in Halifax, NS. In regimental hospital 24 - 30 May 1836. WO 12/ 10073 as above 1840- 1841: Apr- Sep 1840 Weedon; Oct- Dec 1840 Weedon, at sea, on board Abercrombie Transport; Jan- March 1841 Malta. WO 12/ 10073 as above 1841-1842 Stationed at Malta; Private William Gill was discharged at his own request on 14 Feb 1842; no further details were given in the list on non-effectives; Discharge Documents also searched unsuccessfully (1760- 1854) WO 97/1079.
He enlisted in the City of London Police Force on 11th February 1843; his address was 31 Crispin Street, Spitalfields. The form gave the following details:
Name . . .. William Gill
if free of the City, what company. . . . No
not to edceed 32. Age . . . . 31
not under 5'8" Height. . . 5' 10 1/2" (disrepancy from above--grew an inch after he was 18! )
Comlexion . . . fair
Eyes. . . Grey
Hair. .. .light
particular marks. . . none
Where born: in the parish of St. Katherine in the Town of Dublin
trade or calling. . . chandler
single or married . . . married
number of children . . .none
what public service. . . Army
Regiment , etc. . .. 1st Battallion Rifle Brigade
The Met or other pllice. . . .None
Length of service . . . fifteen years
amount of pension . . . none
with whom last employoed. . . in the army
Warrant no. 1029 divisional number 538 stationed at 5, Seething Lane Police Station. He was dismissed from the force on 27th March 1848 (no reason given)
Alive in 25th December 1861 at his daughter's marriage.
Marriage certificate : April 1st, 1843 St. Leonard's Shoreditch William Henry Gill, policeman, son of John Gill soapboiler m. Lavinia Margretta Mallett, tailoress, daughter of Walter Mallett cordwainer. Witness : William Mallett and Caroline Elizabeth Mallett. 
GILL, William Henry (I64)
 
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Twelve children, most died young.

(Robert age 65, Methodist, Lot 33K on 1891 census.)
PE Census 1881:
MALLETT (MALLET) ROBERT 58 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33
MALLETT (MALLET) MARY 48 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33

Gravestone, plot #37, reads: In memory of Robert and Mary Mallett. Also their children: Lydia, James, William, John, Theo, Alice, Julia, Mary, Isaac.

Note from Susan Edwards, March 2003: Canada Census 1881: There is a Robert MALLET with a wife Mary and 9 of their children are noted but not Alice, Julia, James or Fred.

"The 'MALLETT' place was the second one north of his father's farm. It was a most unsuitable place to farm. The house was built about 1/2 mile from the road because the front half of the property was an Alder swamp with a brook running through it. The farm was 42 acres of which only about 20 acres was usable. The PEI. railway was later built through their property beside the house. The train stopped in front of their house to draw water from the 'tank' for the locomotive. The 'Tank' was a deep hole in the brook."--Jim MELLETT 
MALLETT, Robert (I157)
 
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'Mary, daughter of John Mallett, Sarah his wife (late Sarah Tuttle) born Dec 29th baptized Dec 30th 1793 - assigned by John Love, Rector'

Son James born 31 July 1814. Between 1814-1839 Robert and Mary moved to Ellingham, Nfk. (just down the road from Ilk St Andrew).Their son William born 1819 was Karen Clement's ggg-grandfather.

Info. from Chrissy: m. 15 NOV 1813 Hopton by Lowestoft, Suffolk note Witnesses: Joseph Grice, Amelia 
MALLETT, Mary (I175)
 
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(My records had Louis as a farmer in Montana. I have a note that he and Cyrus attended the 1940 reunion on PEI, and then decided to revert to the Mallett spelling with the resulting confusion in the surnames of his children.--SLJ)
Census 1881: MALLETT LOUIS H. 2 BIBLE CHRISTIAN CTN1 
MELLETT, Louis Henry (I817)
 
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(ref. LDS batch 8505830 sheet 17 --HGT) 
TUTHILL, John IV (I16)
 
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(See Methodist Church records for Souris.) C.C. Carlton listed in the 1864 Hutchinson's Directory as a general dealer in Souris E. Lot 45. 
MELLETT, William Albert (I440)
 
16
. They live in White Rock, BC and Leslie is still in their house there, Joyce is in a nursing home. Leslie will be 92 and Joyce 91 this year, 2008. 
MALLETT, Leslie Robert (I289)
 
17
101st Btt'n. Resided on the Tracadie Road. Unmarried. died age 76. VET 
CROCKETT, Ernest Fenwick (I198)
 
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14 children 
HARDY, Myra Caroline (I523)
 
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18 Sep 1839. bapt. in Ashby (Parish Records) 1851 Census 
MALLETT, Eliza (I505)
 
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21 Nov 1841 bapt. in Ashby ( Parish Records) 1851 Census. 
MALLETT, Ellen (I506)
 
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23 Apr 1848. bapt. Ashby 
MALLETT (I557)
 
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3 sons, all dead bef. 2002.

Info on this family sent by Irene McRae who found the Atchison/ Lowe desdendants. 
LOWE, Charlotte Emeline (I239)
 
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7 Oct 1849: "Baseborn baptism Lound" 
MALLETT, Charlotte Caroline (I441)
 
24
8 months old on 1891 Census. 
AUSTIN, Albert H (I90)
 
25
? The fellow in the Census, LDS rec's:
b. abt 1857, Southwold, Suffolk, Eng. age 24, occup: newspaper clerk, unmarried, son of William Mallett , residing in his father's household.

Source: Dwelling North Side Water Works St,
Census Place: Ipswich St Clement, Suffok, Eng
FHLFilm: 1341453, PRO ref RG11, Piece/ Folio 1874/ 8, p. 9 
MALLETT, Walter (I459)
 
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A descendant of Lavinia: 'Marie-Louise Backhurst'
MALLETT, Annie Amelia (I123)
 
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Age 28, Methodist, Lot 24 F2 on 1891 Census.
Ann a sister of Martha J. Ford and Louise C. Ford. and relatives of Mary Ford above? 
FORD, Ann (I169)
 
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age 6 in 1771 
MALLETT, Rebecca (I15)
 
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Ambie was deaf or had a lifelong severe hearing loss, if I recall correctly, and might have had a cleft palate.
In 1980, they were living in Victoria, BC. (They had homesteaded in Forestburg.) [I think Jean Mallett Dick said they moved to Victoria and then came back to Alberta where they both died.] No children. See photo of Ambie as a young man in VC, taken ca. 1905, p 418.

Ambie had emigrated to Alberta about 1906. 
MALLETT, Ambrose (I265)
 
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Ann Eliz. elsewhere listed as born August 04, 1855

Resided York, PE. 
BRYENTON, Ann Elizabeth (I231)
 
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another child born to this couple found by Tina in London records.

The notes of Robert Mallett


'I was born in Kent, England in 1957, my father was Robert Arthur William
Mallett born Poplar in 1918, my grandfather was Richard Mallett 1893-1959
born St George in the East, London, my great grandfather was Arthur Mallett
1868-1903 born St George in the East, London, my great great grandfather was
Thomas Mallett 1831-1903 born St George in the East, London, and my great
great great grandfather was Thomas Mallett 1795-1845 born in Blundeston
Suffolk England.

I'm still researching before that but I'm almost certain Thomas came to
London with his brother Walter Mallett born 1796, and their father was John
Mallett 1769-1853 born in Bungay Suffolk England, his father was Robert
Mallett 1735-1808 also from Bungay.

Further back is less clear, I have a possible father for Robert - a Samuel
Mallett who died in 1776 and was married to Ann Colby in Blofield Norfolk in
1726, and his father may have been Thomas who died in Limpenhoe Norfolk in
1703 and was married to Robenah Brad.' 
MALLETT, Thomas (I62)
 
32
Art and Ann are still alive, in their own apt. in White Rock, BC. Art will be 97, Ann 96, this year, 2008. 
MALLETT, William Arthur (I287)
 
33
Artemus correctly spelled on an early census, but I have no documents to say so. Ivan spelled it Artimus, but that was an error.

PEI Census 1881
MALLETT (MELETT) JOHN 26 METHODIST Lot 34
MALLETT (MELETT) ELIZABETH 26 METHODIST Lot 34
MALLETT (MELETT) ARTEMAS G. 2 METHODIST Lot 34
MALLETT (MELETT) LUCY ANN 1 METHODIST Lot 34


Lived in Forestburg (Hastings Coulee) . They moved to homestead in Alberta, nr. Vermilion about 1906. Later moved to homestead at Hastings Coulee where for a dozen years or so, they lived, all seven of them, in a one room house. George had Parkinson's disease the last five or six years of his life.

Animosity continued on PEI for two generations because George, Ambie and Bert moved away and left their parents on their own.

Carl inherited the farm at Forestburg, and in the 50s and 60s made it productive for the first time. His sons had had to find other occupations, since the farm couldn't support more than one family and it was sold after Carl's death, having been in the family for abt. 70 years. 
MALLETT, George Artemas (I262)
 
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Arthur lived at "Little West Hatch", near Chigwell, Essex, became a nurses' home for the local asylum, and is now (1999) once again a private home. Witnesses for the marriage: F. Higgins, H.E. Austin and Mary Tresham. 
AUSTIN, Arthur (I91)
 
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As death dates for both Lee & Anne, I had 1967-1970. (Irene)
Possible:
SSDI LEE MELLETT 22 Feb 1889 - 15 Mar 1968 ( 01890) Winchester, Middlesex,MA S#: 033-34-5590 issued MA SSDI ANNE MELLETT 27 May 1891 - Jun 1968 Winchester, Middlesex, MA SS#: 022-09-2909 issued MA (wife?) 
MELLETT, Lee (I839)
 
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b. 23/ 26? Jul 1909/1910? Wetaskiwin AB - d. 24 Aug 1963/4 Long Lake BC 
MELLETT, Walter Earl (I497)
 
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Banns 22 & 29 Oct and 5 Nov: 
Family F692
 
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Banns 26 Jan 2 & 9 Feb of 22 West st 
Family F720
 
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Banns at Tavistock 15, 22 and 29 March Wm of 22 West st and Edith ofLaunceston 
Family F715
 
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bapt. 05 Mar 1834 Bungay, Suffolk 
MALLETT, Elizabeth (I150)
 
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bapt. 08 Nov 1829 Ilketshall St John, Suffolk (BT's)
1881 Census
John Mallett head, M, age 51 bp Bow, Mddx,Eng. Newspaper editor
Emma E. Mallett, wife, age 49 Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
Lizzie J. Mallett daur. single,age 23 Ipswich, Suffolk Professor of Music
George E. Mallett son single age 18 Ispwich, Suff. Reporter
Walter J. Nunn visitor, age 51 Bury St. Edmunds, Suff. Gentlemens Mercer (Honer)
Caroline Nunn visitor, F. Age 58 Bury St. Edmunds, Suff. Gentlemens [sic] wife
Annie Dale Serv. F. age 16 Lawshal, Suffolk, Eng. Gen. serv.
S: Dwelling 122 Woodbridge Rd, Ipswich St. Helen,Suffolk, FHL film 1341453, PRO Ref RG11, folio 1878/10, p 13 
MALLETT, John (I149)
 
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Bapt. 11 Apr 1847 Worlingham, Suffolk --d. young 
MALLETT, George (I152)
 
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bapt. 16 Nov 1792 in Blundeston
'John son of John and Sarah Mallett age 3 years buried Oct : 1796' 'Certified correct copies of entries in the Register of St Mary's Blundeston - Signed by - Cyril Hubbins Feb 7th 1967' via Ted Mallett 
MALLETT, John (I4)
 
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bapt. 1856 Southwold, Suffolk

1881 Census:
Walter Mallett, age 24 bp Southwold, Suffolk, Occ: Newspaper clerk, unmarried, son of William Mallett, the head of household.
Dwelling: North Side Water Works St,
Ispwich St. Clement, Suffolk, Eng.
S: FHLFim 1341453, PRO ref RG11, Folio 1874/8 p 9

m. in Ipswich to ? -- Tina's note, Mar 1,2003. 
MALLETT, Walter Henry (I173)
 
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bapt. 20 Sep 1841 St. John, Hackney.
Cause of death of Edward Sloman Austin: hypostatic pneumonia; cerebral arterial sclerosis.
Marriage note: Witnesses to marriage to Thomas Peacock, James Gill (or Hill) and Lavinia Margretta Gill; father William alive and a labourer.
She was the informant at her son's birth.
Memorial inscription: Eleanora Lavinia Margretta, the beloved wife of Edward Austin, who died Dec 18th, 1900, aged 58 years. A loving heart and true. Also of Edward Austin, beloved husband of the above, who passed away Apr 7th, 1928, ages 85 years.
On 1863 son's birth certificate: Thomas was a journeyman optician
Marriage to Edward Sloman Austin: Edward Sloman Austin, son of Edward Austin and Sarah/ Mary Austin, formerly Ruskin, father's occupation , sawyer. Informant: Edward Austin, father. Cross Street, Homerton, Hackney, registered 14th Sep 1841.
baptism: St. John Hackney, Sep 20th, 1841 Edward Sloman, son of Edward Austin and Mary Ann Austin of Cross Street, Labourer.

Census 1891 Hornsey, Mddx. RG12/1066 p. 25, folio 129.
54 Matthias Road
Edward Austin Head m. 50 Rag dealer London, b. Whitechapel
Eleanor Austin Wife m. 46 Rag dealer London, b. Tower Hill
Arthur Austin son S. ? 19 Rag dealer London, b. South Hornsey
James Austin son S. 17 Carman London, b. South Hornsey
Ellen Austin Daur. S. 14 London , b. South Hornsey
Alice McKay Sev. s. 19 General Servant b. Scotland

Census 1881 1378/133/98
14 Matthias Road, Horney
Edward Austin 40 Head M Rag sorter Shoreditch
Eleanora Austin 39 Wife Rag sorter London
William Austin 17 son Rag sorter St. George East
Henery Austin 13 son Shadwell
Arthur Austin 9 son Hornsey
James Austin 7 son Hornsey
Eleanora Austin 5 dau. Hornsey
Searchers made in both Shadwell and South Hornsey addresses in 1871 census, no luck.

Census 1861 0542/ 605 Dist. 16
22 St. John Street, St. George in the East, Mddx.
together with families of William Mallett and David Walter Mallett
William Gill Head mar. 50 Dock labourer, b. Ireland
Margarita Gill Wife MAr 42 Umbrella maker, Mddx, St. Bride's
Eleanora Gill Dau. un. 16 Parasol maker, Mddx. City of London
Florence Gill Dau 9 scholar Whitechapel
Charles Evans Lodger un 18 Dock labourer Mddx Wappington
Edward Austin Lodger un 19 Paper stainer Mddx Hackney
Wallin [sic] Macman lodger 14 paper stainer Mddx St. George's East

Census 1851 West Hackney, Dalston Piece Folio 254V
Tyssen Street
Edward Austin Head W 34 Sawyer Goswell Street (Islington)
Edward Austin son 9 Homerton (Hackney)

Abney Park Cemetery, grave 102341, Sec G6 Information from Register
Interments: Eleanora Margretta Austin age 56 years, 29 Barratts Grove, Stoke newington, N Buried 22 Dec 1900
Edward Austin , age 86 years, 96 Marina Road, Scarborough, buried 12 Apr 1928
Street directories: Edward Austin rag merchant and marine store dealer at 54 Matthias Road (formerly Matthias Place) from 1878 to 1891. In 1893 he is succeeded by Henry Austin.
Hacknery Archives: LBH/C/ 35/8 - 18 E. Austin & sons, rag and paper merchants of Barretts Grove, Stoke Newington, later metal merchants at Atlas Wharf, Hackney, about 1918.
Group of deeds: 21 APr 1899 Mr. Wm. Shepherd and his mortgage to Messrs. E. Austin & Sons of No 14 Boleyn Road, Kingsland. Edward Austin, Henry Edward Austin, Arthur Austin, & James Austin all of Barrett's Grove, Stoke Newington. factory incl. Smith's shop and forge. Also bought no 11 and nos. 12 and 102 Boleyn Road and no .16.
E. Austin & Sons of Atlas Wharf, Hackney was next to British Perforated Paper and Cornico. They employed 400 people and built houses in Berkshire Road for the workers; it was a housing trust; after W.W.II the rent was 10/a week' they earned about L/5 a week.
The Peacocks were employed in the works as foremen; there were four: father and three sons.
E. Austin & Sons moved to Ware about 1960. Douglas and Stanley Austin (cousins) died and the works was converted by Douglas's son into a plant hire company. There was also a factory at Old Ford which was a laundry for wiping rags. 
AUSTIN, Edward Sloman (I81)
 
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bapt. 21 Aug 1853, St. Giles Cripplegate, 3 Jackson Buildings, St. Giles, Mddx. 
MALLETT, John Henry (I154)
 
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bapt. Lound 1824 
MALLETT, Sarah (I430)
 
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bapt. Lound, Suffolk, 1831.
Marriage of Walter Mallett and Mary Palmer: Witnesses John Hodge and Sarah Mallett 
MALLETT, Walter (I488)
 
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bapt.11 Apr1847 Worlingham, Suffolk, Eng 
MALLETT, Ambrose (I153)
 
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Bapt: Aug 02 1894 
MACMILLAN, Emma Idella (I507)
 

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