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Black Alabama Malones

Black Alabama Malones

J.A.L.Miller, Jr. (View posts)
Posted: 920808000000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Malone, Norsworthy, Hollinger, Bellinger
Circa 1802, my (white) Thomas Malone was asst Indian agent, magistrate, land agent Ft St Stephens, Ala. Circa 1800 he came via land (Indian nation passport) and raft from Raleigh, N.C., where 1799 he was land clerk. He was originally from Warren Co., N.C. The old book (Pickett's?) of Alabama Biography recounts children drowning in raft upsets, Indians stealing slaves, etc., it indicates te Malone-Norsworthy party took many slaves with him. After St. Stephens, Malone lived Wakefield (Washington Co., Ala.?) and thence to "Milford", Mobile, for a long time to his death. If there are any black Malones possibly associated with the Mobile, Wakefield, St Stephens Malone family, I'd be happy to share my Malone family histoy to help you with yours. Ditto any black Alabama Hollingers. Cuz'n Jim Note: Black Bellinger familr re-union this July 4th, Charleston, S.C. These are the Ashepoo Barony and Tombotly Barony origin black Bellingers, people of Southern politeness (even those now from the North), spiritual values, often well educated, teachers, lawyers, wealthy industrialist, military officers, friendship, love. If you are a black Bellinger, let me help. Cuz'n Jim

Ala, Malones both flavors

J.A.L.Miller, Jr. (View posts)
Posted: 920980800000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Malone, Henry, Drummond
Thanks Jim. The mid and up-state Malones are another set from my Mobile ones. When I was a langshoreman, port of Morehead City, N.C., a bright (no College), charming, short, black fellow lomgshoreman was "Henry" (like I'm "Miller", his last name), Henry was an old black, respected name in the Beaufort, N.C., area. I speculated they desc from slavesw of North Carolina's first Jewish legislator, circa 1830s, from Beaufort area, Mr. Henry. Old white Mr. Drummond of Civilo War era Norfolk, Va., area, merchant, had certain more trusted slaves for going on merchantile trips for in row boats, etc. Several slaves served in engine room of the CSS Virginia, possibly some were Drummonds. Descs of

Malone's as Landlords,Renter & Lodgers in AL

M.J. Ivory (View posts)
Posted: 920980800000
Classification: Query
Surnames: IVORY, REESE, HENRY, STINSON, MOORE, DORSEY, DRUMMOND, STALLWORTH, JONES
Jim:...You might want to check out 1900 & 1910 US Census tracts for Limestone, Morgan (& especially) Jefferson Counties,...to see if any of the many MALONE's (both Black & White),...may be related to your family. Notice quite a few of them as either boaderers or head-of-households that these boarderers were living with amongst these 3 AL counties,...especially during the above mentioned time period,...when B'ham. was booming into "Magic City" -- Good Luck in Your Continued Family Research: Like Your Attitude A Lot!!(~_^)!! -- Jim Ivory/SF,CA

Black Malones Associated With White Malone Families--Book

J.A.L.Miller, Jr (View posts)
Posted: 923745600000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Malone
Anyone with a black Malone family in 1700/1800s S.E.U.S., which was near or on the land of a white Malone family of which you desire to know more about, such as parents or children, or from whence they came prior to Alabama; I respectfully suggest you check this 1,418 oversize page tome by Randolph Augustus Malone, MD, 1996, "Malone and Allied Families", second revised edition. Should your Malones be from 1800s Mobile, St. Stephens (defunct), or Wakefield (defunct), Ala., feel free to contact me for data on my Thomas Malone, Sr., Esq. (in book, page 101), magistrate, land agent, asst. Indian agent who with Lt. Gaines arrested Aaron Burr. Picket's Alabama biography of Malone tells how circa 1802 he set out from Raleigh, N.C., to Ft. St. Stephen, Ala., with his slaves, some of whom were stolen by Indians (I have Kaskaskia Illini blood). Thus any one tracing himself to Malone's St. Stephen's slaves, likely needs to look in Wake Co., N.C., to go on back and pior to that,to Warren Co., N.C. Good luck! Ol'Jimboy

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Robert W. Malone (View posts)
Posted: 923745600000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Malone, malone
Looking for decendents of William Buck Malone father Amos mother Mary

Malones, in North Alabama

Robert W. Malone (View posts)
Posted: 935323200000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Malone
William "Buck" Malone,born a slave, died around 1917, married twice, total of 17 children,(1) Tina, children:MATTIE,PARALEE,ELLEN,ANDREW,ANTHONY,JIM,ROSIE,NOAH,HOUSTON; (2)Lucinda Lindsay,children:ROBERT,ALICE,MARY ELLEN,FRANK,EDDIE,MODENA,FREDDIE,LESLIE. Last known North Alabama. Looking for more on "Buck",father,mother, where he came from??? Any help out there??

Malones in N. Alabama

Kathryn Smith (View posts)
Posted: 955627200000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Malone
It's been almost a year since you posted, so I don't know if you are still looking, BUT, my family is descendant from a long line of Malones in the Huntsville, AL area. This includes Madison and Limestone counties.

Please feel free to e-mail me if you think I might be able to provide some more info into your research.

Kathy

Re: Black Alabama Malones

hatti (View posts)
Posted: 1159078645000
Classification: Query
Surnames: malone merlones
hi

i had a few malone family members from al
i dont know what countys

the names are levi malone b 1845 or so
his sister sue malone born a few years later.

Re: Malones in N. Alabama

Posted: 1280260206000
Classification: Query
Hi, I am hoping after all this time that you're still on this site. I'm attempting, poorly, to research my grandmother's family. Her mother was a Malone & I've made it back to a James Chistopher Malone who married a Malinda Elizabeth Unknown surname, who was born in 1823, Limestone Co., AL. His children were Benjamin Franklin Malone (my gggrandfather), James C., John Edward, William Thomas, Robert B., Joseph S. & Joel J. (twins), and Andrew J. I believe they had a daughter, Sarah, who died young. All his children were born in Limestone, Co., and sometime between 1860 & 1870 the family migrated to Lincoln Co., TN. I have been unable to determine James Christoper Malone's parents. If you have any information I would dearly appreciate your help. Thanks, Sydney Couch

Re: Malones in N. Alabama

Posted: 1548140124000
Classification: Query
My Malone family is from these areas! The oldestest record I have is on a Gus Malone. Can you please share info
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