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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Peter MALLONEE: Birth: AFT. 1748 in MD..

  2. Rachel MALLONEE: Birth: 14 FEB 1754 in Baltimore Co., MD.. Death: 2 NOV 1837 in Harrison Co., OH.

  3. John T. MALLONEE: Birth: ABT. 1755 in Baltimore Co., MD.. Death: ABT. 1822 in Baltimore Co., MD.

  4. William MALLONEE: Birth: ABT. 1760 in Baltimore Co., MD.. Death: AFT. 1809 in Jefferson Co., OH.

  5. Dennis Garrett MALLONEE: Birth: BEF. 1763.

  6. Leonard MALLONEE: Birth: 27 FEB 1763 in Baltimore Co., MD.. Death: SEP 1854 in Anne Arundel Co., MD.


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Hezekiah MALLONEE: Birth: ABT. 1767 in Baltimore Co., MD..

  2. Margaret MALLONEE: Birth: ABT. 1770 in Baltimore Co., MD..

  3. Naomi MALLONEE: Birth: ABT. 1772 in Baltimore Co., MD..

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Notes
a. Note:   Bequesta in Will of John Mallonee To Son Leonard, a black doon young mare To son William, her first colt To son James, a young bay mare To son Thomas, her first colt To wife Rebecca Mallonee, remainder of estate To be equally divided between all the children upon her death -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Notes from Nels Nelson & Zelda Oie: "The inventory of the John Mallonee property made August 4, 1783, two days after his death, is witnessed by Dennis Mallonee & John Mallonee. It would be very coincidantal if these were anybody else but two of his older sons." "The 1783 inventory also lists one Peter Mallonee as owing the estate 8 pounds. This may have been the older brother who, as was remembered by Anne Elizabeth Mallonee, great granddaughter of Leonard, "went off to Ohio at the beginning of the Revolutionary War." It appears that four of the younger sons were near by since they received horses; and two of the older sons were present to witness the inventory."
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  Possibly son of Peter Malonee/Mallonee and possible brother of Emanuel. In 1768 he signed a petition urging that the Baltimore County seat be moved from Joppa Town to Baltimore Town. (Archives of Maryland, 61:526) The DAR Patriot Index states he was a private in the Revolutionary War.


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