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'Dr Anonymous Unmasked'
"Dr Anonymous Unmasked"
Courtesy Dr. Paul Kligfield, MD.
 
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'In a Wood, Taverham, Norfolk'
"In a Wood, Taverham, Norfolk"
Painting by Robert Mallett, oil on canvas, date unknown.

Image Courtesy Norfolk Museum Service.
 
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'Mallet, formerly of Exeter'
"Mallet, formerly of Exeter"
Courtesy Dr. Paul Kligfield, MD.
 
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'Study of a Tree'
"Study of a Tree"
Painting by Robert Mallett, oil on canvas, date unknown.

Image Courtesy Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, Somerset BA2 4AT, England
 
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'The Green Trunk Mystery'
"The Green Trunk Mystery"
This is a story that appeared in the November 1948 issue of "True Detective" magazine. Fred Mallett, in his capacity as a Portland Police Detective, is mentioned several times. Fred was dead by the time this was published, and the precise date that the murder occurred is not stated, but the story begins with "On the night of Monday, June 20th", and ends with references to Governor Oswald West of Oregon, two pieces of information that allow us to pinpoint the year in which the murder must have occurred. Governor West served a single term, from January 1911 to January 1915, so his role obviously fits within that time frame. June 20th fell on a Monday in 1910, so that must be when the crime was committed.
 
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13 Station Road
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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13 Station Road
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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816 H St Sacramento, California, USA
816 H St Sacramento, California, USA
Alfred and Mary Ellen in front of their home.

Photo taken in the 1920's, courtesy Janis Freitas.
 
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A View Near Capetown
A View Near Capetown
Painted by Capt. Hugh Mallet of Ash, Iddesleigh, Devon, about 1866. Probably False Bay and the Cape of Good Hope and Bollard Mountains.

Image courtesy Christabel Panter.
 
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A View of Carthagena Harbour, 'from the walls'
A View of Carthagena Harbour, "from the walls"
Painted by Capt. Hugh Mallet of Ash, Iddesleigh, Devon, about 1873.

Image courtesy Christabel Panter.
 
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Ada Mary (Mallett) Thirlway
Ada Mary (Mallett) Thirlway
Courtesy Rashaad Thirlway
 
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Adderbury House
Adderbury House
17th Century home of John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, his wife Elizabeth Mallet, and their 4 children. Located near the 'Lakes Walk' in Adderbury, Oxfordshire.

Creative Commons Licence [Some Rights Reserved] © Copyright sarah vickler and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.
 
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Adela Charlotte Laura (Mallet) de Lisle
Adela Charlotte Laura (Mallet) de Lisle
Photo courtesy Ana Solari, Argentina.
 
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Adela Charlotte Laura (Mallet) de Lisle
Adela Charlotte Laura (Mallet) de Lisle
Photo courtesy Ana Solari, Argentina.
 
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Adela Charlotte Laura Mallet
Adela Charlotte Laura Mallet
Photo courtesy Ana Solari, Argentina.
 
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Adela Charlotte Laura Mallet
Adela Charlotte Laura Mallet
Photo courtesy Ana Solari, Argentina.
 
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Adela Charlotte Laura Mallet
Adela Charlotte Laura Mallet
Photo courtesy Ana Solari, Argentina.
 
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Adela Charlotte Laura Mallet
Adela Charlotte Laura Mallet
Photo courtesy Ana Solari, Argentina.
 
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Albert Mallett Sod Home c 1899
Albert Mallett Sod Home c 1899
Albert William Mallett and Mary Jane (Corden) Mallett applied for a homestead and received, for the price of $10, one of the last homesteads in the district. This homestead was at 32-14-29, McAuley, Manitoba, Canada.

There was no home on the homestead, so for the first winter their home was a cave, or rather two caves side by side (one for the animals and one for the family) dug into the hillside. The next couple of years was spent enlarging the stable (made of sod) dividing half for a home and half for the animals. This is a picture of the family in front of that sod home. It wasn't until four years had passed that a house was built.
 
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Aldersgate
Aldersgate
A map of London dated 1799 showing 9, Westmoreland Buildings, in Aldersgate Street, where John Mallet lived.

Courtesy Dr. Paul Kligfield, MD.
 
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Alfred Mallett Family
Alfred Mallett Family
Alfred, Mary, Raymond, and Nellie, c.1892.

Photo courtesy Janis Freitas.
 
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Alfred Mallett Family
Alfred Mallett Family
Standing, l to r: Raymond Alfred, Harold Reginald, Arthur Edmond.

Seated, l to r: Alfred, Nellie Elizabeth, Mary Ellen (Shopland).

Photo taken c. 1905, courtesy Janis Freitas.
 
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Alice (Mallett) Collis
Alice (Mallett) Collis
Photo courtesy Esther Mclenaghan.
 
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Alice (Mallett) Collis
Alice (Mallett) Collis
Photo courtesy Esther Mclenaghan.
 
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Alice, Mary, and Louisa Mallett
Alice, Mary, and Louisa Mallett
L to R: Alice H (Mallett) Turner, Mary Elizabeth Mallett, and Louisa (Mallett) Norman

Photograph from the album of Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod, (now in the possession of Cheri Theurer). Likely taken around the time of their father's death.

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington.
 
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Ann (Rice) Mallett
Ann (Rice) Mallett
Status: Located;
 

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