My father, Glenn Smith, was part of this crew during WWII. They were stationed in the Aleutian Islands on sub patrol. Bombed one whale, no subs.
Jasper Mallory Daniels b 12 May 1912 S. Vancouver BC was a famous wooden ship builder in the Strait of Georgia. He changed his name to Allan Ferrell in 1945..something he regretted shortly before his death 13 Mar 2002. He was the great grandson of Candace Sarah Emery b 1825 OH and John Daniels. Two books were written about his life; Sailing Back in Time and Salt on the Wind. Jasper was know as "Mal" as a boy, a name that came from his great grandfather, Jasper Benjamin Mallory, whose daughter, Elizabeth Jerusha Mallory married Henry Brown Daniels, son of Candace Sarah Emery and John Daniels. Doesn't look 89 in the picture!
Delwyn Daniels b 13 Apr 1877 Hampton IA is the grandson of Candance Sarah Emery b 1825 Ohio and John Daniels b 1820 NY. Delwyn took his bride, Maude May Denny, and daughter Virginia to live in South Dakota about 1910. Virginia was born in Pierre SD 1911. Delwyn's father was Omri Emery Daniels.
This lithograph is from a very rare book of picture of the Ohio River Valley. William Hubbard Mallory b 1832 was the youngest son of Jasper Mallory and Harriet L Newton who moved from Milford Ct to Ohio c 1805. Amanda McCoy was a descendant of Cornelius Atkinson, frontier ranger. Son James married Martha Brown who was related to William H Mallory's brother, Dewitt Clinton Mallory's wife, Eleanor Brown.
This picture found among Mallory Family photo. Inscription DK Bull was written over the original at least 60 years ago. Last name is clearly Bull and it was taken at the Powelson Studio in Syracuse, NY
Elizabeth Jerusha Mallory, daughter of Jasper Benajamin Mallory and Ella Jane Luce, married Henry Brown Daniels in 1886. Henry was living on the farm with brother Omri Emery Daniels near Hampton Iowa at the time of the marriage.
Elizabeth Jerusha 'Lizzie' 'Dilla' Mallory was born 27 Dec 1856 Lancaster Twp Stephenson Co IL to Jasper Benjamin Mallory and Ella Jane Luce. She married Henry Brown Daniels b 1848 Stephenson Co IL in 1886 and they moved to the Daniels farm near Hampton. Her sons Henry and Jasper were born in 1888 and 1889. Dilla contract TB and Jasper took here to Aurora NE where her sister Nellie lived for her health. She died two months later, 28 Jun 1891.
Ella was the duaghter of Robert Luce and Sarah Lazell. Sarah was descendant of two Mayflower passengers, Stephen Hopkins and Francis Cooke. Ella was orphaned before age 11 and was adopted into the family of Josiah Flint Willard and famous daughter Francis E Willard, President of the World Women's Christian Temperance Union. Ella met Jasper on a trip to Stephenson Co IL in 1852 and they married the next year.
Jasper Benjamin Mallory was the son of Dewitt Clinton Mallory and Eleanor Brown. He was born shortly after his parents moved to Vermilion Co from Monroe Co Ohio. In 1836, the family moved to Stephenson Co Ohio. In 1853 Jasper married Ella Jane Luce.
Dewitt Clinton Mallory was born 20 Jan 1805 (tombstone) or 1807 and lived in Monroe Co Ohio where he met and married 1827 Eleanor Brown, daughter of John Brown and Jane Hurley. DWC Mallory was son of Jasper Mallory 1 May 1784 and Harriet L Newton 7 Jul 1791 of Milford Ct. DWC moved to Vermilion co IL in 1729/30 and then to Stephenson Co in 1836.
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Mallory Smith The Mallorys mentioned in the story were either Lemeul Mallory b 1801 (8 wives) or one of his sons. His son Elisha Maneul Mallory was father of the first child born on the banks of willow creek shortly after their arrival in Utah. (8) Eliza Mallory Jul 1851 The first white child born in Box Elder was Eliza Mallary b 1851. The second child was born six weeks later, 23 Aug 1851, George Jason Wells.. Elisha Mallory had twin brother, Joseph and Hyrum, named after Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum.
Mar 02, 2006 · posted to the story History of Robert Lee Bybee (enhanced)
Mallory Smith Lutheria mallory (married to James Young Jr) had two brothers who fought and died in the Civil War. (7) Alden Byron Mallory c 1840 Moira Franklin Co NY civil war Co H 106th NY infantry Co B lst NY Artillery d 11 Jun 1863 North Mountain VA (Mother and father filed for death benefits 13 Jul 1881 (father)and 1874(?) mother) (7) Lorin S Mallory 30 Apr 1843 Franklin co NY re-enlisted 30 Dec 1863 Ferrisburg Vt Co B 17th Vt Reg POW 30 Sep 1864 d as POW 26 Dec 1864 Galesburg, NC Or, it could be their brother, James Madison Mallory. Mallory, Alden Byron Moira, NY Oct.24, 1839 Moira Kendrick Mallory Lucinda Fields 106th NY Co. H Pvt. Aug., 1862 Cooper served for a time as clerk of the Military Court. Joined his Regiment at North Mountain, (MD or VA?) where he died Ju Mallory, James Madison Moira, NY Apr.17, 1835 Moira Kendrick Mallory Lucinda Fields 98th NY Co. K Pvt. Sep., 1861 Carpenter taken prisoner at the battle of Fair Oaks May 31, 1862. Carried to Salisbury NC. He is undoubtedly dead but when he d Mallory, Loren Moira, NY April 3, 1843 Moira Kendrick Mallory Lucinda Fields 1st Wisconsin Corp. Apr., 1861 Cooper discharged 1862, re-enlisted 17th Vermont Infantry. Slightly wounded at Spotsylvania May 1864. Made Corporal June 186
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