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(7) John Andrew Schultz Mallory 11 Oct 1824 PA Blacksmith d 14 May 1891Bellefonte Cem Centre Co PA bur Bellefonte Cem = 17 Feb 1846 Centre Co (both of Harrisonville) Mary Ream 14 Nov 1828 d 4 Mar 1898 Bellefonte Cem, Centre Co PA (1850 Census 25 Aug 1850 Spring Twp, Centre Co PA John Mallory 25 PA, Mary age 22 PA (age 34 1860 Census), John E Mallory 32 PA, Sarah Louisa Mallory 1 PA)
“John Mallory’s Death, - The death of this respected man occurred in Altoona on Thurday morning last, from heart disease. His remains were brought here for burial and on Sunday afternoon a large number of people assembled a the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Heverly, on Pine Street, to pay their last respects to a departed friend. Mallory formerly lived here and for a long time operated the blacksmith shop on Howard Street, which has since been turned into a laundry. His life was simple and honorable and his children here and elsewhere mourn the loss of a fond and loving father.”
(8) John Calvin Mallory 16 Apr 1847 Bellefonte Centre Co PA Blacksmith d 28 Jul 1907 Altoona PA bur Rosehill Cem Altoona PA = Mary Katherine Nunemaker 28 Sep 1842 Huntingdon Co PA d 17 Aug 1917 Altoona PA bur Rosehill Cem Altoona PA (George Nunemaker c 1810/12 res Victory Venago Pa = Mary “Polly” 1812 1880 census Victory Venango Co PA) (1880 Census South Ward Bellefonte Centre Co PA Calvin Mallory 35 PA blacksmith parents PA, Catherine 32 PA parents PA, Harry Mallory 11 PA, Edward Mallory 9 PA, George Mallory 8 PA, Mary Mallory 2 PA)
The Story of Grand Father Calvin’s Life, and His Vision
“For many years he lived a life of Unbelief. But, was finally brought to the place of Repentance through mistreatment and the death of his only daughter, a young lady about 20 years of age, very beautiful and devout Christian. At every opportunity she would approach him on the subject of his life and his soul’s salvation, but it only angered him, and he finally rejected her from home; telling her never to return unitl she would drop the subject of religion.
But, neighbors gave her a home, they having a daughter the same age and living on a farm by a river. There came a flood and the two girls and a young man went out in a row boat to rescue some young geese which they feared would be washed away. They boat capsized and the two girls were assumed drowned.
A search began for their bodies. For two days and nights without sleeping or eating he continued untilhe wa completely exhausted. Then laying on the ground, he had what he called a vision and not a dream. He saw the two girls lying near the bank of the river, clasped in each others arms; and going to this well known spot, he found them just as he had seem them in his vision.
There and then he knelt beside them and in repentance, praying to God for Forgiveness and the Holy Spirit came upon him and did bless him.
Grandfather for many years was a Bible reader, but for argument sake, only. But, after he converted iti appeared to be an entirely new book to him, and he read it continuously the remainder of his life for a greater knowledge of God’s law, truth, wisdom and love.” Author unknown…found in an envelope in the possession of Francis Katherine Robinson. Copied by HBM 11 July 1935. Supplied by Thelma Carlson May 2003
Mrs. Mary Katherine Mallory, of 515 First Street, age 74 years, died at 7 p.m. yesterday at her late home. Mrs. Mallory had been sick but about a week and was thought to be improving but suddenly grew worse and died within an hour. She was born in Huntingdon county and was a member of the large and respected Nonemaker family was was united in marriage with John Calvin Mallory more than 50 years ago, the husband dying in 1907. Mrs. Mallory is survived by eight children, as follows; Harry, George, Willard and Jennie at home; Mary of Kalispell, Mont., Mrs. DW Rhodes of 831 Orchard Ave., Mrs. Frank Robinson of 200 East Sixth Avenue, and also by a brother, George Anderson of of Indiana, and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Robb of Bellefonte and Mrs. John Poorman of Summerhill; thirteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was a member, during her life in Altoona, of the Memorial Baptist Church. The funeral services will be held at the late home, 515 First Avenue, on Monday afternoon at 2:30, in charge of Rev. Clayton Grinnell of the First Baptist Church and interment will be made in Rosehill Cem.
(9) John H Mallory 7 Dec 1867 Bellefonte PA
(9) Harry B Mallory 1868/69 of Altoona = Emma Johnston of Bellefonte
(9) Edward Clinton Mallory 27 May 1871Bellefonte PA d 17 Jul 1952 = Sarah 1874 Mifflin Co PA d 22 Mar 1961
(9) Two infants died young
(9) George Alfred Mallory 16 Apr 1872 Bellefonte PA res Pontiac MI 9 Jul 1946 = Elizabeth Carns
(10) Herbert Cecil Mallory 12 Sep 1895 Altoona, Cambria Co PA d 17 Oct 1862 Pontiac MI = Julia Napierski sister Gussie Victoria Napierski 8 Aug 1901 Gallatin, Cambria Co PA d of (Frederick Napierski = Julia Mark). Herbert and Julia had two children Herbert and Julia who died young.
(10) Julia E Mallory 1917 d 19 Sep 1918
(10) Herbert C Mallory Jr
(9) Florence Mallory 26 Jun 1880 Bellefonte PA d 20 May 1862 Altoona PA bur Rosehill Cem Altoona PA = William D Rhodes 15 May 1879 McVeytown PA d 31 Jan 1931 Altoona PA bur Rosehill Cem Altoona PA. Florence and husband removed Willard’s children from orphanage
“Mrs. Florence Rhodes of 810 4th Ave., died at 3:20 pm yesterday at her home after an extended illness. She was born at Bellefonte June 26, 1880, a daughter of John and Catherine (Nonemaker) Mallory, and married William Rhodes, who died in January 1931. Mrs. Rhodes was of the Baptist faith. Surviving are the following children; Lynn E of Dowingtown, Mrs. Gene Karchnak of Geistown, Richard H. of Pontiac, Mich., and Eleanor, Louise and Delmer, at home; four grandchildren and two sister, Mrs. Mary Wells and Mrs. Myrtle Robinson of Warren. Friends will be received at the Stevens Mortuary after 7 p.m. today.”
(10) Lynn E Rhodes 12 Oct 1903 res Dowingtown PA d 8 Oct 1969
“Lynn E Rhodes of 503 1st St., died unexpectedly at 1 am yesterday, 8 oct 1969, at his home. He was born Oct. 12, 1903, in Altoona, the son of William and Florence (Mallory) Rhodes. Surviving are five sisters and brothers, Mrs. Jean Karchnak of Geistown, Richard H. of Clarkston, Mich., Miss Louise and Delmer F of Altoona. Mr. Rhodes was employed at Millprint Co, Dowington, retiring in 1968 after 25 years of sevice. He was a member of UVA Club of Altoona. Friends will be received in the Stevens Mortuary from 7 to 9 pm today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow.”
(10) Jean Elizabeth Rhodes 21 Jan 1905 Altoona PA 14 Mar 1980 Johnston PA = Louis Karchnak 17 Sep 1897 d Jun 1953
“Jean Karchnak 75, of 730 Bloom St., Johnstown, died Friday, March 145, 1980 in Memorial Hospital, Johnstown. Mrs. Karchnak was the former housekeeping surpervisor at Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital and past manager of the Columbus (Ohio) Home for The Aged. She was born Jan. 21, 1905, in Altoona, the daughter of William and Florence (Mallory) Rhodes, and married Louis Karchnak. Surviving are two children, Mrs. Sonya Shomo of Bellefonte and Fredric of Orchard Lake, Mich.; five grandchildren and a sister and two brothers, Delmer and Eleanor of Altoona and Richard of Clarkstown, Mich. Mrs. Karchnak was a member of the auxiliary to Belmont Volunteer Fire Company. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today in the John Henderson Co Funeral Home, Johnstown.”
(11) Fredric Louis Karchnak = Virginia Lee Jurman
(11) Sonya Jean Karchank = Raymond Lee Shomo
(10) Eleanor Ruth Rhodes 15 Nov 1906 Altoona PA d 31 Jul 1990 Altoona PA never married
(10) Donald William Rhodes 1910 Altoona PA d 21 Oct 1961 Auburn Hts MI = Matilda Ellen “Tilly”___
(11) Linda Florence Rhodes = Allan Joseph Becker res Altoona PA
(10) Delmar Francis Rhodes 19 Feb 1912 Altoona PA d 11 Jun 1986 Altoona PA service US Army never married
“Delmer F. Rhodes Mr. Rhodes, 74, of 911 Green Ave., died a 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 11, 1986, in Altoona Hospital, after an extended illness. Mrs. Rhodes retired from Marhoefer Bakery in 1974, after 40 years of service. He was born Feb. 19, 1912 in Altoona, the son of William D and Florence (Mallory) Rhodes. Surviving are a brother and sister; Richard H. of Clarkston, Mich., and Eleanor or Altoona, and several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Rhodes was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of Disabled Amrican Veterans and a member of the Frohsinn.
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.. today in the Stevens Mortuary.”
(10) Francis Louise Rhodes 9 Mar 1914 d 15 Sep 1977
“F. Louise Rhodes of 810 Fourth Ave., died at 6:40 pm yesterday, Nov. 15, 1977, in Mercy Hospital and an extended illness. Miss Rhodes retired in 1979 as a private duty nurse, serving in Altoona Hospital and Mercy Hospital. She was born March 9, 1914, in Altoona, a daughter of William and Florence (Mallory) Rhodes. Surviving are four brothers and sisters, Mrs. Jean Karshank of Johnston, Eleanor and Delmar, at home, and Richard of Clarkston, Mich. Miss Rhodes was a member of Fifth Avenue United Methodist Church. She was a graduate of Philadelphia General Hospital School of Nursing. A veteran of WWII, she served as a first lieutenant in the European Theater. Friends will be received in Stevens Mortuary from 7 to 9 pm Thursday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday.”
(10) Richard Hastings Rhodes 28 Jun 1920 d 11 May 1989 = Micki
(11) Gary Rhodes = Pat___ of NC
(12) Misty Rhodes
“Richard H Rhodes of Clarkston; May 11, 1989; age 68; husband of Micki; father of Gary and his wife Pat of North Carolina; grandfather of Misty; brother of Eleanor Rhodes of PA; also survived by several loving nieces and nephews. Mr. Rhodes retired from the purchasing department of Pontiac Motors in May of 1980. He was a member of the BPOE, Pontiac Lodge #810 and a veteran of WWII have served in the US Air Force. Funeral Services Monday 10 am at the Lewis E Wint & Son Trust 100 Funeral Home., Clarkston with Dr. Paul S. Vanaman officiating. Interment Ottawa Park Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home Sat. 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday with suggested hours of 3-5 & 7-9pm.”
(9) Mary Elizabeth Mallory 26 Jan 1877 Altoona PA dsp bur Oakland Cem Warren PA res Kalispiel Mont when mother died = Harry M Wells 6 May 1883 d 21 Dec 1947 Akeley Pa bur Oakland Cem Warren PA
(9) Jennie Irwin Mallory 1 Apr 1883 d 29 Mar 1940
“Jennie Irwin Mallory, of Altoona, chef at the Gable Store restaurant for many years, died at 8:30 o’clock Friday morning at the Mercy Hospital after a week’s illness. Born in Bellefonte Apr 11883, she was a daughter of John C and Catherine (Nonemaker) Mallory. Members of the family include include one son, Mahlon G, at home, two brothers and three sisters; Ed Mallory of Altoona; George of Pontiac, Mich., Mrs HM Wells and and Mrs. FE Robinson of Akley, and Mrs. Florence Rhodes, of Altoona. Mrs. Mallory was of the Baptist Faith.”
(10) Mahlon G Mallory 10 Jan 1911 d Dec 1987 Altoona PA = Ethel L Dore 1917 Altoona PA
(11)Edward J Mallory 26 Feb 1952 Altoona PA d 19 Jul 1986 Houston TX = Christine Walls
City Native, 34, dies in Houston
Edward J Mallory, 34, of Houston, Texas, formerly of Altoona, died unexpectedly at 1:30 pm Saturday, July 19, 1986, in Houston, after a heart attack. Mr. Mallory was employed as a maintenance foreman by Brown & Root, Houston for the last three years. Prior to that, he served at Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, for eight years.
He was born Feb 26, 1952, in Altoona, the son of Mahlon and Ethel (Dore) Mallory, and married Christine Walls.
Surviving are his wife and four children: Stephanie Diane, Shawn, Scott and Stephen, at home. Also surviving are his parents of Altoona and two sisters; Marilyn Harten of Hollidaysburg and Shirley White of Darlington. Mr. Mallory attended East End United Methodist Church.
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Wednesday and 10 to 11 am Thursday in the Mauk and Yates Funeral Home, Juniata. (Buried Blair Memorial Park, Bellwood, PA)
(13) Stephanie Diane Mallory
(13) Shawn Mallory
(13) Scott Mallory
(13) Stephen Mallory
(12) Marilyn Mallory = Harten of Hollidaysburg
(12) Shirley Mallory = White of Darlington
(9) Myrtle Daisy Mallory 22 Jun 1889 Altoona PA lived with husband for several years in Altoona before moving to Akley Warren Co PA d 3 Mar 1980 Warren PA bur Rosehill Cem Altoona PA = 24 Dec 1912 Frank Earl Robinson 26 Feb 1882 d 6 Mar 1941 (Albert Ross Robinson 2 Feb 1851 Juniata Co PA farmer d 10 Jan 1925 Shade Gap, Dublin Twp, Huntington Co PA bur Shade Gap Church Cem, Dublin Twp. = Sarah Catherine Thatcher 3 Mar 1853 Waterloo PA d 27 Nov 1945 Shade Gap Presbyterian Cem Dublin Twp PA. (Daniel Thatcher = Sarah Jane Loudon) (Robert Robinson 22 May 1809 d 12 Dec 1880 Lack Twp, Juniata Co Twp, Juniate Co PA bur Upper Tuscarora Presbyterian Cemetery in Waterloo, PA = Catherine “Katie”Hench 20 Oct 1810 Perry co PA d 29 Jul 1889 Lack Twp Juniata Co PA bur Upper Tuscarora Presbyterian Cem. of Lackawana Tpw) (Frank Robinson first married 3 mar 1900 Blanche Parsons 18 Jul 1882 d 15 Apr 1910 in childbirth with third child and daughter. Three children were: Alva B Robinson 15 Mar 1903 Huntinghdon PA, Ethel Robinson 15 Jun 1907 d 4 Apr 1990 and Margaret Robinson 15 Apr 1910 died same day with mother, Blanche Parsons.)
(10) Frances Catherine Robinson 16 May 1914 Altoona PA d 5 Dec 1975 Russell PA bur Pinegrove Cem Russell PA = 1937 Charles Ellsworth Jackson 18 May 1914 d 16 May 1984 bur Pinegrove Cem Russell PA
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