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This site is affiliated with the Guild of One-Name Studies, and is focused on the English branches of the family. There are two main groups of English Malletts; one in the Southwest of England (mostly Devon and Cornwall) and in East Anglia (primarily Norfolk and Suffolk). Those two regions are still home to the largest numbers of Malletts living in England today. There are also significant numbers in the USA, Canada, Australia, and Argentina.
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