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Re: Jacques Mallette III from France??
Posted by: Denise Sharp (ID *****7768) Date: November 08, 2002 at 15:00:46
In Reply to: Jacques Mallette III from France?? by Dennis of 209

We're working on the same line. I have quite a bit of information. They were most likely French and are among some of the earlier settlers of Purrysburg, S.C. Gideon Mallette shows up on the 1790 census and earlier. I show him granted 550 acres in the Purrysburg area in 1739. Jacques Mallette III, son of Joseph was the earliest ancestor I have. I do have more information on the generations from the early 1700's on. You can email me privately at skedaddle@worldnet.att.net


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