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6601 Two different Thomases were merged because the births of their two children were only two years apart, and the two localities are very close to one another. MALLETT, Thomas (I7907)
 
6602 Two families were living in the same house: the Malletts and the Lockmans. Lydia Lockman is assumed to be the married daughter of Joshua and Maria Mallett. Richard and Lydia had been married within the last year. William Smith, a painter from Connecticut lives with them. Joshua had assets of $600.00. Family F319
 
6603 Two infants died. Family F147
 
6604 Two John Malletts were born 2 years and a few miles apart, one in 1752 in Liskeard; the other in 1754 in St Cleer. Then 20 or so years later, 2 John Malletts were married about 4 years apart in Liskeard, one to Mary, the other to Elizabeth, and both had a string of children. Which John married Mary, and which Elizabeth?

The John who married Mary had a son called Benjamin, so the John born in St Cleer was chosen for that marriage, because his father was also called Benjamin. The John born in Liskeard had a son called Francis, and also a brother called Francis.

The John who married Mary was only 19 when he married, and that's uncommon, but the other John was a more respectable 24 when he married Elizabeth. John and Mary also had more children than John and Elizabeth, which fits with them having begun the process about 5 years earlier than John and Elizabeth. 
MALLET, John (I5755)
 
6605 Two John Malletts were born 2 years and a few miles apart, one in 1752 in Liskeard; the other in 1754 in St Cleer. Then 20 or so years later, 2 John Malletts were married about 4 years apart in Liskeard, one to Mary, the other to Elizabeth, and both had a string of children. Which John married Mary, and which Elizabeth?

The John who married Mary had a son called Benjamin, so the John born in St Cleer was chosen for that marriage, because his father was also called Benjamin. The John born in Liskeard had a son called Francis, and also a brother called Francis.

The John who married Mary was only 19 when he married, and that's uncommon, but the other John was a more respectable 24 when he married Elizabeth. John and Mary also had more children than John and Elizabeth, which fits with them having begun the process about 5 years earlier than John and Elizabeth. 
MALLETT, John (I5694)
 
6606 Two John Malletts were combined, one who was recorded as the father of all of the children in this family in Slimbridge, and the other who married Mary Wilkynes in North Nibley. The two places are very near to one another, the marriage date coincides nicely with the birth of the first child, and the second child is called Mary. Mary Wilkynes is assumed to be the mother of the children, since only the father's name was given in the IGI. MALLETT, John (I529)
 
6607 Two married women were living with Bertram and Mary: June (or Jane) M Williams and Barbara L Pocock. The name Pocock was changed later to Innes. Family F486
 
6608 Two more children have been born since the last census, and the youngest 5 are still at home. Two boarders live with them: David Owens (32) from Denbigh, and Thomas Williams (34) of Montgomery Newtown. Both are Coal Hewers. Family F1331
 
6609 Two of Henry's and Ann's sons were said to be able to cure the "King's Evil" (Scrofula, a form of Tuberculosis). Family F543
 
6610 Type: Departure MALLETT, Robert (I2052)
 
6611 Type: Partners Family F799
 
6612 Uncertain of given name. PALMER, Bert (I3652)
 
6613 uncon. B375, common grave MALLETT, George (I2162)
 
6614 Under the category of Religion, James described himself as a "Free Thinker". His wife Helen and his oldest son Alfred were Church of England, while the rest of the children were Methodist. There must have been some interesting discussions around the dinner table. Family F506
 
6615 Union Street, St. Mary's, Truro, Cornwall, England STANNAWAY, Grace (I3666)
 
6616 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Eighth Census of the United States, 1860, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1860 Source (S28)
 
6617 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of the United States, 1880, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1880 Source (S30)
 
6618 Unknown GEDCOM info: 1) bronchopneumonia, 2) carcinoma of liver, cert. by coroner after PM, no inq. NORTH, Constance Alice (I13)
 
6619 Unknown GEDCOM info: 1) Bronchopneumonia, 2) Congestive heart failure, 3) Senile dementia NORTH, Elsie (I12)
 
6620 Unknown GEDCOM info: 1) Myocardial degeneration 2) Senility NORTH, Elizabeth Mary (I4)
 
6621 Unknown GEDCOM info: 1. Cardiac disease; 2. Exhaustion MALLET, Mabel Constance (I102)
 
6622 Unknown GEDCOM info: Bronchitis CHAMBERLAIN, Henrietta (I89)
 
6623 Unknown GEDCOM info: Bronchopneumonia, arteriosclerosis SCREATON, William (I1)
 
6624 Unknown GEDCOM info: Cerebral haemorrhage, 1 hr, no PM BROAD, Margaret Louisa Waller (I287)
 
6625 Unknown GEDCOM info: Cerebral thrombosis, generalised cardiovascular degeneration MALLET, Henrietta (I200)
 
6626 Unknown GEDCOM info: chronic alcoholism, apoplexy, cerebral haemorrhage COOPER, Arthur (I27)
 
6627 Unknown GEDCOM info: Decay of nature MALLET, Mary (I123)
 
6628 Unknown GEDCOM info: Diarrhoea NORTH, Caroline Matilda (I33)
 
6629 Unknown GEDCOM info: Diseased lungs CHAMBERLAIN, William (I272)
 
6630 Unknown GEDCOM info: Enteritis, 5 days MALLET, Jonathan Brooke (I21)
 
6631 Unknown GEDCOM info: Hand injury and erysipelas MALLET, Thomas (I6)
 
6632 Unknown GEDCOM info: Influenza 12 days. Pneumonia 10 days. COOPER, Arthur (I38)
 
6633 Unknown GEDCOM info: Peritonitis BYRNE, Kathleen (I312)
 
6634 Unknown GEDCOM info: Phthisis pulmonaris 9 months, pneumonia (?) 5 days MADDOCKS, Maud Charlotte (I17)
 
6635 Unknown GEDCOM info: pulmonary tuberculosis NORTH, William Thomas (I10)
 
6636 Unknown GEDCOM info: pulmonary tuberculosis NORTH, Ethel Slingsby (I11)
 
6637 Unknown GEDCOM info: Suicide BARTON, John Webb (I269)
 
6638 Unknown GEDCOM info: Typhus fever MALLETT, William (I2488)
 
6639 Unmarried MALET, Alexander George William (I7650)
 
6640 Unmarried MALET, Margaret Julia Mary (I7640)
 
6641 Unmarried MALET, Agnes Susanna (I7639)
 
6642 Unmarried Family F140
 
6643 Unmarried. MALET, Amelia Ella St Lo (I7652)
 
6644 Unmarried. MALET, Capt. Thomas St Lo (I7651)
 
6645 Unmarried. MALET, Helen Avice Harriet (I7618)
 
6646 Unmarried. MALLETT, Emily Clapp (I2609)
 
6647 Unmarried. HEPPER, Frederick Mallett (I2515)
 
6648 Unmarried. HEPPER, Emma Jane (I2505)
 
6649 Unsure where the date for their marriage was found. Family F2144
 
6650 unverified MELLETT, Lydia Caroline (I452)
 

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