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6851 Unmarried. MALET, Amelia Ella St Lo (I7652)
 
6852 Unmarried. MALET, Capt. Thomas St Lo (I7651)
 
6853 Unmarried. MALET, Helen Avice Harriet (I7618)
 
6854 Unmarried. MALLETT, Emily Clapp (I2609)
 
6855 Unmarried. HEPPER, Frederick Mallett (I2515)
 
6856 Unmarried. HEPPER, Emma Jane (I2505)
 
6857 Unsure where the date for their marriage was found. Family F2169
 
6858 unverified LOWE, Philena (I241)
 
6859 unverified MELLETT, Lydia Caroline (I452)
 
6860 Uraemia, Congestive Cardiac Failre, Arteriosclerosis MALLETT, Charles Sustins (I2116)
 
6861 Vancouver addresses:
1918
1433 Commercial (b) 32, 1708 Charles (h)
1923
Wm H Mallett of Mallett & Munn, 511, 1210 Jervis (h)

I was in Vancouver, and have confirmed that this is the same William Henry. In 1920 his mother Mary Ann was in Vancouver living at a different address (950 Keefer) when she died. William bought 5 cemetery plots in Ocean View Cemetery in Burnaby: graves 1, 2, 3 and 4 of lot 45, and 2 of 44; Crown section. Mary Ann is in grave 4 lot 45, and Bert R Mckee is there too, in the same plot as Mary Ann apparently. William does not appear to have died in BC. He does not show up in the death indexes and he is not in one of his own cemetery plots.

In 1920 there is a Frederick W Mallett at the same address as William, listed as a jeweller's employee, and he works in William's shop. This turns out to be William's son, as verified by the 1901 census in Brandon. I found them in Brandon because of a reference in "The Central Canadians". William's shop at 1933 Commercial was quite tiny, and off the main shopping district, and his residence was a rooming house, so he does not appear to have been too well off. Later on as part of "Mallett and Munn" he moved uptown to 756 Robson, but this didn't last.

I have no idea where either of them went after 1923. Frederick was gone after 1921. Back to Manitoba seems a good bet, since neither one shows up in the death indexes in BC. Perhaps William's wife died back in Brandon, and that's why he picked up stakes and transplanted himself to BC.

In 1901 there is a "Elmer, Weston W" living with William's family in Brandon. He is 19, born Dec 20 1882 in Ontario, and is a nephew. He is described as a jeweller's apprentice. None of William's sisters married anyone named Elmer so far as I know, so this may be a clue to Jennie's maiden name, or it might be William's younger sister Martha Emily. I should be able to find him in birth indexes in Ontario for more info. The 1901 census also indicates that both William and Jennie were born in Ontario, so one would think they would have married there. I know I've looked for William in the marriage indexes before, but I'll look again, in a narrow time band, between 1881, when he was in the census in Brussels and said to be single, and 1890 when Frederick W was born.

1891 census: Brandon City, second part (east half of city) P21 L8 family 98

Mallett, W H, M, 35; E J, F, 22; F W, 2; R M, 7/12 (could be K M); M A, F 57

2 children, Mary Ann lives with them. He is a jeweller who employs one person.

I went through the entire Wrigley's directory for BC for 1924, they are no longer there. I also looked in Edmonton, Calgary, Regina, Winnipeg and Toronto. They don't turn up in any of them. I have a hunch they went south into the States, Los Angeles maybe. I read that when I was in BC, a lot of people went south to Los Angeles. I should also pick a snap shot - say 1928, to check all of those other city directories. They might have been in transit in 1924.

William seems to have moved around a bit in Manitoba. The earliest I can place him is in Brandon in 1886/7, in 1888 Lennox, 1889 Deloraine, 1890 Brandon, 1892 Souris and Brandon. After that they seem to have stayed in Brandon and the block containing their shop on Rosser came to be known as the "Mallett Block". 
MALLETT, William Henry (I446)
 
6862 VCsays that his name in 1901 census shows as "William J Hy" (the J was a typo) MALLETT, William Thomas Henry (I4108)
 
6863 Verbatim transcript:

"Unto my wife Susanna Mallett my friend Serle Deeble of Anthony Gentleman and the Reverend Mr. Joseph Smart all my lands at Trengoe in Menheniott and at Millbrooke to the use of my two sons Hugh and William Mallett unto my two daughters Mary and Elizabeth Mallett as soon as my daughter Elizabeth shall attain 21. If either of my sons die before attaining 21.

Witnesses: William Mallet, Amy Mallet, Ann Hozle."

William Mallet was likely his brother. Amy Mallet is likely his youngest sister. Ann Hozle is unknown.

Millbrook is now part of Maker, in Cornwall, but close to Plymouth. 
Susanna (I7689)
 
6864 Verbatim transcript:

"Unto my wife Susanna Mallett my friend Serle Deeble of Anthony Gentleman and the Reverend Mr. Joseph Smart all my lands at Trengoe in Menheniott and at Millbrooke to the use of my two sons Hugh and William Mallett unto my two daughters Mary and Elizabeth Mallett as soon as my daughter Elizabeth shall attain 21. If either of my sons die before attaining 21.

Witnesses: William Mallet, Amy Mallet, Ann Hozle."

William Mallet was likely his brother. Amy Mallet is likely his youngest sister. Ann Hozle is unknown.

Millbrook is now part of Maker, in Cornwall, but close to Plymouth. 
MALLET, Hugh (I7257)
 
6865 Vicarage Rd., Saint Agnes, Cornwall, England SOLOMON, Evelyn (I3664)
 
6866 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, Eliza (I3578)
 
6867 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, William (I3577)
 
6868 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, Amelia (I3576)
 
6869 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, Lucy (I3573)
 
6870 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, Elizabeth (I3571)
 
6871 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, Joseph (I3570)
 
6872 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, Mary (I3567)
 
6873 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, James (I3564)
 
6874 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England HARRIS, Joseph (I3561)
 
6875 Vicarage, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England COWLING, Harriet (I3560)
 
6876 Violet was single, a General Servant in the household of John Welfare, Licenced Victualler, either for the family directly or in the pub that Mr Welfare operated. This was a family tradition of sorts. At least 2 of Violet's older sisters worked at this pub. MALLETT, Violet (I9730)
 
6877 Visitor MALLETT, Hilda (I9553)
 
6878 Vivid II COWLING, Edward (I3663)
 
6879 Vivid II COWLING, Edward (I3663)
 
6880 Vivid II COWLING, John (I3487)
 
6881 Vivid II COWLING, John (I3487)
 
6882 Vivid II COWLING, John (I3487)
 
6883 Vivid II COWLING, John (I3487)
 
6884 Vivid II COWLING, John (I3487)
 
6885 Vivid II COWLING, John (I3487)
 
6886 Vivid II COWLING, John (I3487)
 
6887 Vol 32 p 1385 reg.1191 WISE, Elsie Gwendoline (I896)
 
6888 Walter and Henry must have been twins, since their ages were identical in the 1871 census, but no baptismal record has been found for Walter. MALLETT, Walter (I10720)
 
6889 Walter and Rachel had been married 14 years, and had 5 children, all living. Family F750
 
6890 Walter and Sarah Ann had been married 18 years and had 4 children, all living, and all enumerated with them in the 1911 census. Family F482
 
6891 Walter and Sarah were married for 24 years, and had 5 children, all living. Family F478
 
6892 Walter born in Morval has been combined with Walter who had a family in Lanteglos by Camelford because the name Walter is uncommon, and his age fits, even though Morval is not close to Camelford. The Walter who married Sarah Philips has been combined with the Walter with wife Sarah and 3 children in Saint Teath, which is very close to Lanteglos by Camelford, and the chronology fits. MALLET, Walter (I8056)
 
6893 Walter Mallett mentioned that his mother was still living at "92 1/2" in a letter written this date. She likely died in Bath. WHIFFEN, Margaret (I886)
 
6894 Walter Scott and Eliza Paddock witnessed. Family F30
 
6895 Walter was a bachelor, Kate a Spinster, both 22 years of age. Both signed the register. George Barnett and Kate Mallett were witnesses. Family F895
 
6896 Walter was a Carpenter, working in the House Industry. They rent their house for $18.00 per month. Both children are going to school. There was no child in the house who was born in 1916, a futher indication that "Unnamed Cohoon" didn't survive. Family F464
 
6897 Walter was a Police Constable. He, Sarah, and Beatrice were recorded as being born in "Serrington" Norfolk. This is taken to be a misspelling of "Terrington", since we know that Walter was born there.

The family obviosuly moved to Yorkshire between 1896 and 1898, between the births of Beatrice and Frances. 
Family F478
 
6898 Walter was a Servant in the household of William Oxenham, a Farmer Of 325 Acres Employing 2 Laborers & 2 Boys. MALLETT, Walter (I3095)
 
6899 Walter was a Sunday School superintendant. Lily was a Sunday School teacher. Family rumour has it that Walter married Lily on the rebound from being jilted. He was 28, she was 21. The family considered that he had married beneath himself and they cut him off. Since then all contact with the Mallett family ceased.
The Sunday School presented the happy couple with a silver teapot for their wedding. Muriel still has this.

Witnesses to the marriage were C.A. Mallett and Eva Craven. 
CRAVEN, Lily (I348)
 
6900 Walter was living with his grandmother Ann Stamp. MALLET, Walter (I1065)
 

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