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bapt. Lound, Suffolk, 1831.
Marriage of Walter Mallett and Mary Palmer: Witnesses John Hodge and Sarah Mallett
|MALLETT, Walter (I488)
bapt.11 Apr1847 Worlingham, Suffolk, Eng
|MALLETT, Ambrose (I153)
Bapt: Aug 02 1894
|MACMILLAN, Emma Idella (I507)
Bapt: Dec 23 1896
|MACMILLAN, Donald W Reggie (I768)
Baptism: 06 Nov 1905, St. Margarets Church, Plumstead, Kent, England (Source: Baptism, Original certificate.)
Medical Information: Angina.
Marriage Notes for LILIAN MALLETT and JOHN PORTER:
First met Sept. 20, 1923, and their first date was Sept. 23, 1923.
Married at St. James Anglican Church, 197 Ottawa St. N., Hamilton, Ont. by Rector A. Hamilton Powell.
- Witnessed by Leslie M. Mallett and Clara M. Peet.
- Copy of Certificate of Marriage.
June 30, 1928 - ? 88 Park Row N., 2nd floor
52 Ottawa St. N., Hamilton, Ont.
89 Cope St.
135 Graham S.
71 Argyle Ave.
Summer 1943 to summer 1944, Glow Ave. Hamilton
Summer 1944 to summer 1954, 233 Glennie Ave. Hamilton
Summer 1954 to 1967, 3 Greenwnood Ave. Hamilton
1967-1969 Glencrest Ave., Apt. 902,Glencrest Apt., Burlington,Ont.
1969-1973 543 Queenston Rd., Apr 902, Kentley Towers
|MALLETT, Lilian Emily (I1491)
Ben was in Alberta with his brothers for a few years after Vera died in childbirth. Returned to his farm which he had rented to his cousins in 1921 and met Emily Harker."--VC. For more info. on this family see The Valiant Connection.
|MALLETT, Benjamin Arthur (I268)
BERNARD MOORE 29 Sep 1902- Nov 1966 02171 Quincy, Norfolk, MA (none sp'd) 010-07-2542 MA
|MOORE, Bernhard Cecil (I793)
Birth cert. : 3rd Mar 1852 , 40 Lambeth Street Whitechapel, Florence, girl, William Henry Gill , Lavinia Maggratta [sic?] Gill formerly Mallett, labourer, L.M. Gill Mother. 40 Lambeth Street Whitechapel 5th Apr. 1852, William Taylor, registrar.
Census 1881 Mddx. 025310 14
St. Matthias Street
Notes for James Brand:
James Brand Head M 36 Beer Bottler Mid. Islington
Florence Brand Wife 30 Mid Whitechapel
Frederick Brand son 5 Mid. Hornsey
James Brand son 2 Mid . b. Islington
|GILL, Florence (I98)
Birth Certificate on file with Cary G.
|MALLETT, Caroline Susan (I1465)
birth years of Kathleen, Wallace, and Erma are guesses
Check 1911 census.
|MALLETT, Kathleen (I259)
bros. of Donald who married Elizabeth MALLETT, Emma Jane's sister.
|MACMILLAN, James (I434)
by Banns 1, 8 15 May Wm a sojourner .both of Tavistock.
by Banns 2.9 & 16 August.
C.C. Carlton listed in the 1864 Hutchinson's Directory as a general dealer in Souris E. Lot 45.
|CARLETON, Caleb Cushing (I586)
Came to PEI on the " Valiant" with his widowed father. Grew up in York, farmed with his father, attended the Methodist Church and made braided straw hats. Lived in Pleasant Grove. "Elby and Mont ran the Hardy Mill they inherited from their father."--VC
|HARDY, Capt William Elbridge (I256)
Caroline a dau. of John RODD Jr. , Captain. 30 May 1809 - 1960 Lived in St. Peter's Road. Captain in Queen's Co. Militia. On 26 Jul 1832, m. Caroline Horne 24 May 1808 - 29 Nov 1875, dau. of a Sussex-born jeweller, John Horne and Elizabeth Hawley from London, Eng. John Horne and his eldest son Robert William were watchmakers and jewellers in London and later in Charlottetown. John and Caroline had ten children. Moved to Magnolia, Wisconsin in 1856. (Another descendant of the Horne's may live in York-- a Letha Horne m. Louis Vessey. Their dau. Shirley Fred Vessey m. Bev Simpson.--Can't place Shirley Freda Vessey on the tree.)
Caroline a grandau. of Captain John RODD and Elizabeth SHAW.
|RODD, Caroline Elizabeth (I560)
Cary Gould has his birth certificate.
b. 16 Nov 1846, Goodman's Fields, Whitechapel, Middlesex, England (Source: Birth Certificate.); d. 22 Mar 1847, Goodman's Fields, Whitechapel, Middlesex (Source: Ted Mallett(Can) & Tina Mattocks(Eng).).
|MALLETT, Walter David (I107)
Cary writes: "David Mallett was in the British Army at the time, stationed at the garrison on Spike Island in Cork. From roughly 1881, not on the British Census, to probably around
1888. I think it was 7 years at that time. The last child was born in England in 1889.
"I have the birth certificates for both George and Louisa. David was a gunner in the
Royal Artillery, and also a boot maker, which is probably how his time was occupied. "
Marriage Cert: 18 Mar 1866 St. James Church, Shoreditch, David Walter Mallett aged 31 bachelor, shoemaker, 6 Willow Walk, m. Emily Eliza Thomas, age 20, spinster, 10 Charlotte Street. William Thomas skein silk dyer, witnesses: William Henry Thomas and Mary Ann Walker.
Residence: Mar 1901, 14 Lee St., Plumstead, Woolwich, London
|MALLETT, David Walter (I108)
Cecil Finer Mallett entered his father's firm, Mallett and Company, when 16 years old, at the time of his father's death. He was a journalist, and proud of it, but he had the capability to tackle other areas, being a self-taught statistician and economist. He served in the First Great War as a Sergeant, working in Major Carter's outer office. Narrowly missed being killed when a shell hit a tent he had just quitted. Have cutting from newspaper of the time. Months before the end of war he was captured. He was awarded the Meritorious Medal.
His firm provided contract journalist services, mainly to the Bradford City Council, Traffic Inquiries, etc. The firm was expert in the wool trade, and published the Weekly Wool Chart, which had World circulation. During the Second War he was Assistant Secretary and Chief Statistician at the Wool Control, the firm being run by his partner. He returned to it in 1949, but also was in parallel the founding Director of the Wool Industry Bureau of Statistics. He was awarded the MBE in 1950.
From a Bradford newspaper after his death 2 May 1956:
Statistician of World Repute - Mr. C. F. Mallett, of Bradford, dies
Mr. Cecil Finer Mallett, head of Mallett and Co., Swan Arcade, Bradford,and joint editor of 'The Weekly Wool Chart,' died today at the age of 65.
His father, Mr. G. E. Mallett, left the chief reporter's chair at 'The Yorkshire Observer' to start the firm 55 years ago, and Mr. Cecil Mallett joined him at 16. He served with the 2nd Bradford Pals throughout the1914-18 war and was awarded the Military Medal.
Soon after the outbreak of the 1939-45 war he became secretary to the WoolControl and was later officer in charge of statistics. He also acted as secretary of the Concentration Association, which deals with the concentration of firms.
When the Wool Control wound up in 1949 and its work taken over by the Wool Textile Delegation, the Wool Industry Bureau of Statistics was formed, and continued under Mr. Mallett's direction
He was awarded the M.B.E. in 1950 for his work at the Wool Contol. Mr. Mallett wrote shorthand at over 200 words a minute and was an exceptionally fast typist. He was a member of the official record corps of Bradford City Council for 50 years and took the official shorthand notes at scores of inquiries all over the country. He lived at 49, St Paul's Road,Bradford. One of his two sons, Mr. H. M. F. Mallett, is with Mallett and Co. [Member of the Order of the British Empire it is, the lowest one, higher is Officer of and higher still Commander of.-Ted add.]
TRIBUTES FROM FRIENDS
Ald. Walter Ward, chairman of the Wool Textile Delegation and a past president of the British Wool Federation, said today: 'Mr. Mallett gave great assistance to the Wool Textile Delegation in the creation of the Bureau of Statistics and we had the highest regard and respect for his character and for his ability as a statistician. The statistical data he
put out earned respect and admiration throughout the world.
'His place will be extremely difficult to fill and his many friends and the industry as a whole will regret his passing.
Mr. Ernest Brown, editor of the 'Wool Record,' added this tribute: 'Like other newspaper men who knew and admired Cecil Mallett, I was shocked to hear of his death. He was a remarkable journalist with a profound knowledge of the wool trade and a gift for writing clearly about its varied activities. These accomplishments, coupled with outstanding ability in statistical matters and amazing skill as a shorthand writer, were of great value to the Wool Control.
'He was a kindly, courteous man of generous nature, always ready to help a colleague in a practical way, and he will long be remembered with great affection and gratitude.'
I add one or two points. I was in Australia when he died, on a visit to the Woomera Rocket Range, with which I had some dealings. The term secretary is confusing, it means the Secretary of the Civil Service, the most senior post in a Department being Permanent Secretary, he was an Assistant Secretary, 3 steps below that. I became an Under Secretary, 1 step above my father.
He wrote the shorthand notes for the inquiry into the Thetis disaster, in the news recently when parallels were drawn to the Russian submarine accident. The Thetis was British and it sank in the Irish sea, before the war. The Davis escape apparatus did not work properly, and I think all but a few sailors died. Of course he typed his shorthand notes, I have never known anybody type so quickly. And he had a great sense of humour. I should add that Mallett & Co was my father, a partner (I nicknamed him the sleeping partner) and a lady secretary. Sorry to go on
about him, but I am very proud to have him for my father.
|MALLETT, George Finer MBE (I539)
Census 1881 5 Brick Lane, Mile End New Town, Whitechapel
Charles Scott Head age 58, Blacksmith, Barridon
Adelaide Scott Wife 58 Stepney
Mary A. Scott Dau. age 11 Bow
Eliza Scott Niece 5 Manchester
|SCOTT, Mary Ann (I187)
Census 1881 PEI: MALLETT WALTER 25 BIBLE CHRISTIAN CTN1
|MELLETT, Walter (I449)
Census 1881: 33 MALLETT ISAAC (ISAACK) 13 W. METHODIST 33
This is a different entry from Robert and Mary Ford Mallett's Isaac.
|MALLETT, Isaac (I446)
Census 1881: MALLETT LYDIA C. 16 BIBLE CHRISTIAN CTN1
|MELLETT, Lydia Caroline (I452)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) ISAAC (ISACK) age 14 BIBLE CHRISTIAN Lot 33
|MALLETT, Isaac (I161)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) DAVID 18 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33.
Census 1891: David age 26, Methodist, Lot 34 L1
Mellett speling on Margaret E's first version.
They lived in Woburn, Mass.
|MELLETT, David (I224)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) LIDDY (LIDDE) 23 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33
|MALLETT, Lydia (I222)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) LIDDY (LIDDE) age 23 BIBLE CHRISTIAN Lot 33
|MALLETT, Lydia (I158)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) MARY E. age 12 BIBLE CHRISTIAN Lot 33
|MALLETT, Mary E (I162)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) MARY I. 16 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33
May have died 1945.
|MALLETT, Mary Jane (I225)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) THEOPHILUS age 8 BIBLE CHRISTIAN Lot 33
|MALLETT, Theodoric (I164)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) WALTER 49 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33
MALLETT (MALLET) CAROLINE 46 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33
(Walter age 57, Methodist, Lot 33 K on 1891 census)
Gravestone reads, plot 35, : In loving memory of Walter Mallett, born May 4, 1832, died Oct 21, 19090. Also his wife Caroline E. Rodd, born Dec 24, 1835, died Oct 1, 1910.
Informant of death of his aunt, Caroline Rodd: Elmer Mallett #359 [] the fourth child of Alphonso Mellett & Esther, wrote Ted in Apr 2000. I don't know who has Caroline's death certificate.
Gravestone reads, plot 35, : In loving memory of Walter Mallett, born May 4, 1832, died Oct 21, 19090. Also his wife Caroline E. Rodd, born Dec 24, 1835, died Oct 1, 1910.
"Robert MALLETT with his wife, Lydia and their 4 sons, Robert, William, John, and Walter, emigrated from Suffolk Co., England in 1835 and settled at Union Road, PEI. on a farm.
William, John and Robert settled in Lot 33 in 1835. The 4th son, Walter, married Caroline Elizabeth RODD of which the first bought a farm in Murray Harbour. His first son John did not like the area so when Farm #48 became available in York he came and bought it in 1880."
Walter's farm house is today( 2007) the residence of John Mallett, if I remember correctly, but the farm itself was located where the runways are for the Charlottetown airport.
An item from Pasture Present, PEI, c 1906 pp 344,345 Item , copy from original of PEI Genealogical Society., sent by Ted.
WALTER MALLETT, a well known farmer in Lot 33, Queens county, was
born near Ipswich, England, in May 1832, and is the son of Robert and
Lydia (Braynton)[sic] Mallett, also natives of England. Robert Mallett
came to Prince Edward Island in 1835, and settled on the present
farm, where he followed agricultural pursuits. At that early day but
few improvements had been made in the locality, roads were but few
and in poor confition; all of this was accomplished, however, and the
place has been developed into one of the best farms in the community.
Robert Mallett died in 1876, and his wife in 1868. They were the
parents of four children. Robert, William, John and Walter. Walter
Mallett attended the district schools in his youth and was reared to
farming pursuits, which he has since always followed. He is now the
owner of eighty-five acres of splendid land, which he well improved
with a comfortable residence, substantial barn and other outbuildings
and well kept fences. Here he carries on general farming and
gardening and also raises some live stock.
He married Miss Caroline Rodd and to them have been born the
following children: John, Cephas, David, Wallace, Hammond, Aphonso,
Ambrose, Lydia, Fannie, Mary and Lillian, In politics Mr. Mallett
supports the Liberal party and has been honored by election to school
offices. His religion affiliation is with the Methodist church, and
his support is always given to those movements which promise to
benefit his fellowmen.
'Foundation Index of PEI, Canada: Mallett Walter/ Pasture Present
c1906 pp 344,345/Born May 1832 near Ipswich, England/Parents Robert
and Lydia Brayton, England/House Miss Caroline Rodd/ Came to PEI with
parents in 1835 and they settled on the present farm, which Walter
has developed into one of the best farms in the community.
Biographical and family sketch' see  see  for possible
other children ( sent by Ted Mallett, April 2000)
|MALLETT, Walter (I146)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) ANNA M. age 16 BIBLE CHRISTIAN Lot 33
|MALLETT, Anna (I160)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) CEPHAS 24 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33
Census 1891: Age 34, Methodist, Lot 33K
Lived at Union Road.
Gravestone, plot #36, reads: In loving memory of Cephas Mallett, died 12 Oct 1919, Ae 62. His wife Mary Anne MacKinnon, died June 16, 1943, Ae 70. Son, Clarence Walter, Jan 7, 1919 Ae 27. "Gone but not forgotten."
[In the Bible, Cephas is another name for Simon /Peter, the son of John.]
|MALLETT, Cephas (I221)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) FANNIE (FANEY) 20 BIBLE CHRISTIAN 33
Note from Irene McRae, Mar 5, 02: My Lowes came from Packenham Ontario (near Ottawa) in 1878 their modes of travel were interesting. They traveled to North Dakota by rail and then took the Red River steamer to Emerson Manitoba and completed the journey by OX-CART!
There was a large family and William was second eldest. Both Fannie (Mellett) & Wm. H. Lowe died in 1949 and obit's mention 2 daughters one in Edmonton & one in Winnipeg, 3 grandchildren & 5 great-grandchildren. My family 'lore' (if correct!!) says that Lottie Atcheson had 3 children the eldest being Jack ( circa 1910). There is hope - I think - of finding a bit more. Will let you know if I find anything more.
|MALLETT, Fanny (I223)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) FREDERICK (FREDRICK) age 18 BIBLE CHRISTIAN Lot 33
|MALLETT, Fred (I168)
Census 1881: MALLETT (MALLET) JOHN C. age 10 BIBLE CHRISTIAN Lot 33
|MALLETT, John C (I163)
Changed surname to Mellett.
Census 1881: MALLETT CYRUS 10 BIBLE CHRISTIAN CTN1
|MELLETT, Cyrus (I216)
Christening: 19 Jan 1887, Shandon, Cork, Eire
S: wedding, LDS website.
|HORNIBROOK, Christina Mary (I1472)
Clara's wedding conducted by Rev. Jacob Layton.
Account of Clara and Wm. A's marriage in The Guardian of Sep 16, 1899: "The day being pleasant, the ceremony was performed on the lawn under a beautiful arch of evergreens. The bride wore a beautiful brown costume with silk trimmings, and carried a handsome bouquet of asters. After luncheon the bridal party left for York Station, amid showers of rice and the booming of guns, where they took the train for this future home of Souris."
Note from Susan Edwards, March 2003; Canada 1881 Census:
There is an ALEXANDER family with a daughter Clara the right age to have been the wife of William Albert.
|ALEXANDER, Clara Percival (I477)
1973, Sept. 26 Wetaskiwin Times:
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Mellett returned home on Thursday after spending six weeks visiting their son and family in North Vancouver, Mrs. Mellett's sisters and niece in Seattle and had a few days in Victoria, B. C. They celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with their family and friends in Seattle, Washington.
Death Notice in Edmonton Jounral:
On May 27, 1983, Mr. Lemuel Mellett of Wetaskiwin passed away at the age of 92 years. He leaves to mourn his loss, his loving wife, Edna: son Earl Carlton and daughter-in-law, Eldonna of North Vancouver; four grandchildren; four great -grandchildren' one brother, Spencer Mellett of Wetaskiwin; one sister, Susan Joyce of Toronto.
Funeral services Tuesday, may 31, at 2:00 p.m. from First United Church, Wetaskiwin. Reverend H. Steele officiating. Interment Wetaskiwin Cemetery. Donations may be given to First United Church or the organization of the donor's choice. Baker Funeral Chapel, Wetaskiwin.
|MELLETT, Lemuel Waldon (I484)
CoD: breast cancer
|MALLETT, Mary Elizabeth (I274)
CoD: burst appendix
|PRICE, Ernest Richard (I326)
CoD: cerebral thrombosis
|NAGLE, Lauretta Anne (I511)
CoD: nightgown caught fire from a candle
|MELLETT, Mary (I513)
Christ. 13 Dec 1895 /6?
Note from Ted, Jun 00: "Edith Mae Mallett got married at the age of 5. More over she was christened before she was born, chr, 13 Dec 1895, born on 10 Nov 1896.
|MALLETT, Edith Mae (I521)
dau. of a Sussex-born jeweller, John Horne and Elizabeth Hawley from London, Eng. John Horne and his eldest son Robert William were watchmakers and jewellers in London and later in Charlottetown.
|HORNE, Caroline (I214)
Death Notice in Ed. Journal:
Edna Ruth Mellett of North Vancouver, B.C. passed away Jan. 6, 1990 in North Vancouver, B.C. at the age of 93 years. Mrs. Mellett is survived by her son, Carlton and Donna Mellett; four grandchildren; and six great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Lemuel Mellett in Wetaskiwin in 1983. A memorial service will be held Jan. 20 at First United Church at 2. p. m. Memorial contributions gratefully accepted to the CNIB.
|GARRETT, Edna Ruth (I485)
Diana's death cert. Diana Mallett, female, 55 years, wife of Walter Mallett, bootmaker, asthma. Walter Mallett present at death.
Chrissy Fletcher's find on the 1881 census:
*** Walter Mallett bp 1796 Blunderston, d. 1856, m. Diana
David Walter b 1827 Stepney, d. 1885, m. Mary Ann Heynes
Diana Elizabeth b 1827 Stepney
Duncan Richie b 1829 Stepney
William Watt b 1833 Stepney
Adelaide Halsey b 1833 Stepney
|BLACK, Diana (I39)
died in infancy
|MALLETT, Alice (I165)
died in infancy.
Birthdates on the last three are guesses. I don't know if Union Cem. has a list of which children from this family are buried there. --SLJ
|MALLETT, James (I167)