States: Alabama: Washington
My ancestor (Alabama Biography) Thomas Malone, Sr., was U.S. Land Office agent, Asst. Indian agent, magistrate, Masonic Mason, Ft. St. Stephens, Ala., who with Lt. Gaines, arrested Aaron Burr, and escorted Burr to trial, Richmond, Va. He was a land agent, Raleigh, N.C., and came to Alabama with his mother Barsheba, who widowed, wed Wm. Noyal Norsworthy. Thomas Malone, Sr., died Milford, Alabama, Feb. 17, 1850, and is buried Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile. His wife, Mrs. Mary S. Malone, died Milford, Jan 14, 1838, age 49. Who were Mary's parents? Did they marry in Warren Co., N.C., Raleigh, N.C., Ft. St. Stephens, or Mobile? Where is/was, Milford, Alabama? My hunch is there was a lumber mill with river 'ford' crossing there? Malone's had a mill in Warren Co., N.C., and before that in Dinwiddie Co., Va., both Malone's Bridge, and Malone's Crossing (ford up-stream from bridge) were named for them. I descend their son, Mobile /Galveston cotton broker, Capt. Edward Malone, Sr., CSA, who wed Ann Maria Russell, daughter of Col. Gilbert Christian Russell, Sr., and Mrs. Margaret Hollinger Russell. James A. Miller, Jr, 4978 N. Hampton Dr., Southport, N.C. 28461
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