Author Topic: Mallack family (late 1600-early 1700s)  (Read 55 times)

Offline SamuelF992

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Mallack family (late 1600-early 1700s)
« on: Wednesday 09 January 19 20:46 GMT (UK) »
Hi all,

Just wondered if any of you had encountered or know anything of the Mallack family, who lived around the Pitminster/Taunton area around the late 1600-early 1700s. I have a grandfather Thomas marrying Benedicta Standerwick in 1714. The record in the Bath and Wells diocese has him as a gentleman, and they married in Wells despite both living the Taunton area. I've not had a gentleman in my tree before and the surname is quite intriguing. I've seen it written as Mallak, Mallark and Malloch. I think it's most likely a corruption of the Scottish Malloch, but any info anyone has would be much appreciated!

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Samuel
2nd generation - Fawcett, Elsbury, Sanders, Aldridge
3rd - as above, Hutchison, Babb, Enticott, Edwards
4th - as above, Turner, Bater, Marshall, Webb, Chick, Cottey, Tozer, Rowland
5th - as above, Broomfield, Fry, Wood, Clark, Baker, Boyland, Lane, Bryant, Pearce, Carey, Bailey, Freeman, Hill

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Re: Mallack family (late 1600-early 1700s)
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 10 January 19 12:03 GMT (UK) »
I note there are quite a few records for the name at Pitminster : St Mary and Andrew, on freereg.

Colin
Clarke, Trickett, Orton, Lawless, Norton, Detheridge, Kirby, Goodfellow, Wagstaff, Lowe, etc.

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