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Lottah c.1907

Lottah c.1907

Ronald Charles Mallett c. 1938

Ronald Charles Mallett c.

Mrs James Mallett's wedding dress from 1856, modelled by wife of their grandson Mrs Amy Stuchbery in 1952.

Mrs James Mallett's wedding dress from modelled by wife of their grandson Mrs Amy Stuchbery in

General Options › A Personal History of Tasmania — Podbean

General Options › A Personal History of Tasmania — Podbean

Penge High Street C 1936 with The Pawleyne Arms Pub on the left.

Penge High Street C 1936 with The Pawleyne Arms Pub on the left.

St. Gluvias near Penryn, Cornwall. The resting place of many a Mallett!

Gluvias near Penryn, Cornwall. The resting place of many a Mallett!

William Thomas Mallett c. 1900 Chopping at the Gould's Country Hall

William Thomas Mallett c. 1900 Chopping at the Gould's Country Hall

Mrs Eliza Sarah Mallett formerly Seabourne and wife of James Mallett (1835-1901). The first white child born in South Australia and the first woman to be married at St. Stephen's Church, Portland in 1856.

Mrs Eliza Sarah Mallett formerly Seabourne and wife of James Mallett The first white child born in South Australia and the first woman to be married at St. Stephen's Church, Portland in

The 'exact' site of Cornelius Colgan's pauper's grave at Cornelian Cemetery, Hobart.

The 'exact' site of Cornelius Colgan's pauper's grave at Cornelian Cemetery, Hobart.

Great Great Great Great Uncle James MALLETT (1835-1901). James was the son of convict William Mallett (1796-1852) and brother to my Great Great Great Grandfather William Mallett (1830-1902). James' biography can be read here: http://www.swvic.org/merino/mallett.htm

Great Great Great Great Uncle James MALLETT (1835-1901). James was the son of convict William Mallett (1796-1852) and brother to my Great Great Great Grandfather William Mallett (1830-1902). James' biography can be read here: http://www.swvic.org/merino/mallett.htm

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