Search for content in message boards

Black Alabama Malones

Replies: 9

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
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
J.A.L.Miller, Jr. 920808000000 
M.J. Ivory 920980800000 
J.A.L.Miller, Jr. 920980800000 
Robert W. Malone 923745600000 
J.A.L.Miller, Jr 923745600000 
Robert W. Malone 935323200000 
Kathryn Smith 955627200000 
Sydney Rivera 1280260206000 
TIATGREEN 1548140124000 
hatti 1159078645000 
per page

Find a board about a specific topic