Mallorys of Virginia


I remember when I was small and was not behaving in a proper and lady like manner, my Aunt Helen would remind me, "You are of the Mallorys of Virginia," in her sternest and most dignified voice. I never really knew what that meant and I am sure she did not either, but she knew that it was a family line to be proud of and wanted me to act the part. In other words, "Remember who you are, and act in a kind and dignified manner."


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Philip Mallory

Captain Roger Mallory

Lands in Virginia

Roger Mallory Sr

Roger Mallory III

Uriel Mallory Sr.

Revolutionary Mallorys

Uriel Mallory Jr.

Julia Mallory Faulkner

Letters to Julia Mallory Faulkner

Civil War

Other Virginia Mallorys


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Roger Mallory Sr.

Roger Mallory Sr. was born in 1680 and is the son of Capt. Roger MALLORY. He married Mary HOLDERBY sometime before 1700.

Children: Elizabeth, Mary, Susanna, John, Florasabila, Roger Jr. William.

 

Note: Elizabeth m. George SOUTHERLAND, Mary m. Henry AVERY/AVERA, JOHN m. Ms. ROBINSON,


Roger Mallory III

This Roger was the son of Roger Mallory and Mary Holderby. In 1736 he married Sarah Street. Sarah was born abt. 1718 in Orange Co., Virginia and died before 1755 in Orange Co. They had three children who were left orphaned: Uriel, Mary, and Roger. According to court 1755 court records a Jeremiah Morton wa appointed as guardian. They in 1756 the court is petitioned by Roger and Mary for the older brother Uriel to be the guardian. (Court Books #6, F VA. 03E, Pt 5, p70 and p417 and B6, ) Since Roger's will names his wife she must have died later than he thus leaving the children orphaned.


Uriel Mallory Sr.

Capt.Uriel MALLORY was born in 1738 in Orange Co., VA. He was the son of Roger MALLORY III and his mother was prob. Sarah STREET. He died in 1824 in Orange Co., VA. He was a Captain in the American Revolution and a Justice under Patrick Henry. He married Hannah CAVE, daughter of Benjamin CAVE and Hannah BLEDSOE in 1768. Hannah was born in 1748 and died in1817. (Click on Hannah for much Mallory information)

Children: William, Uriel, John, Robert, James, Phillip, Sallie, Polly, Susan, Nancy, Elizabeth

(Caves Cove Per:Virkus, Frederick A. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy. First Families of America. Vol. III 1987; pg. 495.A.N. Maiquis & Co, Chicago. )



Uriel Mallory Jr.

Uriel MALLORY Jr. was born Jan 17, 1775 in Orange Co, VA . He died Nov 9, 1840 in Alpine, Talledega Co.,Alabama. He was the son of Uriel MALLORY Sr. and Hannah CAVE. He married Melinda WELCH in 1803 in Madison Co., Virginia. She was a daughter of Nathaniel WELCH and Elizabeth TERRELL, daughter of John Terrell and Elizabeth Ann Towles. Nathaniel was in the Virginia Continental Line. She was born Sep 23, 1787 in Madison Co., VA. She and Uriel moved to Talledega Co., Alabama in 1834 along with son James and other members of the family and some close friends and relatives. She also died in that county in Feb 18, 1842.

Children: Betsy, James, Nancy, Rebecca, Nathaniel, Mary, John, Lucy, Julia, Hannah, Frances


Julia (Mallory) Faulkner was my 2nd great grandmother. She was the daughter of Uriel Mallory and Malinda Welch. She was born in Orange County, Virginia in1822 and died in Chilton County, Alabama in 1888. She came originally to Talladega County with her father and mother and older brother James Mallory. She is found living with her sister, Lucy, and her husband Mr. Wagner in the Lowdnes County, Alabama census in 1850. She first married a Dr. Nathan Clark, who I believe was from SC. They had one child that died in its first year. Dr. Clark passed on about the same time. In 1855 she married Mr. Samuel Hutchinson Faulkner in Autauga County, Alabama. (Sam had previously been married to Rebecca Sims and had a small daughter, Mary) THE FAULKNERS did quite well even through the Civil War, but things seem to have turned downward soon after. Julia is said to have had quite a hard time adjusting to the changes that loosing the war brought. Both Julia and Sam are buried in a FAMILY PLOT located on their homeplace (Originally in Autauga Co. now Chilton Co., AL.) Two of their sons are buried in the plot with them. Two daughters are buried around the corner in the Patillo Cemetery. My great grandfather, Tom, is probably buried somewhere in Navarro Co., Texas. We have not been able to determine where exactly.

Children: Mary, Samuel Jr., Claude, Margaret (Maude) Alice, Julia Mallory (Mittie) and Thomas Gillespie.

Letters to Julia Mallory Faulkner



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