» » John Mallet, the Huguenot, and His Descendants, 1694-1894 (Heritage classic)

Download John Mallet, the Huguenot, and His Descendants, 1694-1894 (Heritage classic) fb2

by Anna S. Mallet
Download John Mallet, the Huguenot, and His Descendants, 1694-1894 (Heritage classic) fb2
Genealogy
  • Author:
    Anna S. Mallet
  • ISBN:
    0788415891
  • ISBN13:
    978-0788415890
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Heritage Books, Inc (July 1, 2011)
  • Pages:
    362 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genealogy
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1483 kb
  • ePUB format
    1419 kb
  • DJVU format
    1597 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    954
  • Formats:
    rtf lrf mbr docx


We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We never accept ads. But we still need to pay for servers and staff. I know we could charge money, but then we couldn’t achieve our mission: a free online library for everyone.

Date: 1694 to 1894 Location: Surnames/tags: Mallet Mallett. by Anna Smith Mallett (. 845). reprint by Heritage Books, Bowie, M. 2000. Profile manager: Rick Pierpont. John Mallet, the Huguenot, and His Descendants, 1694-1894. published by Harrisburg Publishing C. Harrisburg, P. 1895. Source Example:

2000, Heritage Books. Unknown Binding in English.

Published 2000 by Heritage Books.

1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published 2000 by Heritage Books.

This informative genealogy presents ten generations of the descendants of the Huguenot John Mallet (1673-1745). Publisher:Heritage Books.

book by Anna S. Mallet. This informative genealogy presents ten generations of the descendants of the Huguenot John Mallet (1673-1745). John was one of some 300,000 Huguenots (a Calvinist religious sect) who fled France in the 17th century to escape religious persecution.

Photo Books & Posters. found in John Mallet, the Huguenot, and his descendants, 1694-1894. found in 1820 United States Federal Census.

Mal's Spell Book is a book of spells that appear in the Disney Channel movies Descendants and Descendants 2, belonging to Maleficent's daughter, Mal. It used to belong to Maleficent before she gave it to her daughter as a tool to help her . . It used to belong to Maleficent before she gave it to her daughter as a tool to help her get Fairy Godmother's Wand, when she and her friends were invited to attend Auradon Prep at the request of King Beast and Queen Belle's son, Ben. The spell book has a variety of spells that Maleficent formerly used for many occasions.

David Mallet (or Malloch) (. 705–1765) was a Scottish poet and dramatist. He was educated at the University of Edinburgh, and went to London in 1723 to work as a private tutor. There he became friendly with Alexander Pope, James Thomson, and other literary figures including Henry St John, Viscount Bolingbroke. His best-known work was written in the same year: William and Margaret, adapted from a traditional ballad

Huguenot Heritage works with Third Millennium Ministries to bring a Biblical education to the French-speaking. God's people working together will make this happen, planting the Roots, reading the book of second. Peter 1-20 about our Roots in the Bible.

Huguenot Heritage works with Third Millennium Ministries to bring a Biblical education to the French-speaking.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Dwight W. Marsh You can read Genealogy of John Marsh And His Descendants, 1633-1888 by Rev. Dwight W. Marsh in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.

This informative genealogy presents ten generations of the descendants of the Huguenot John Mallet (1673-1745). John was one of some 300,000 Huguenots (a Calvinist religious sect) who fled France in the 17th century to escape religious persecution. After a brief stay in South Carolina, during which he lost his first wife and all of their children, John relocated to New England and is noted as a resident of Fairfield, Connecticut as early as 1710. He married his servant, Johannah Lyon, in 1699 and fathered five children with her between 1701 and 1712. The text is divided into three sections: a survey of the existing historical record of the Mallets in North America, the "Genealogical Record" and an index. The first section provides historical background on the Huguenots, the family's origins in France and England, the establishment of the family in Connecticut, lists of Mallets involved in the Revolution, the War of 1812 and the Civil War, and numerous documents pertaining to the family. Amongst those documents reprinted are wills, estate inventories, correspondence and a land survey. The "Genealogical Record" is arranged in a columnar format, enumerating ten generations of Mallet descendants (numbered individually and by generation, including numerous spelling variations for the surname). The following information is provided wherever known: name, date of birth, date of marriage, names of spouses and children, date of death and place of burial. The index notes every full name recorded in both the historical and genealogical sections.

VizoRRR
Thorough and fascinating information about our seventeenth century family!
Xcorn
If you are descended from the French Huguenot Mallett family and looking for more details about your roots--this book is for you! The incredible research that the author did is mind-boggling. And for the time frame that she put all of this together, what a huge task it must have been with no internet and the more sophisticated resources that we have access to today.