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Mallonee Name Study - North America

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About This Research Page

This page is a part of the Mallonee Name Study for research on the Mallonee Family in North America.

The goal of this research page is to identify the immigrant families to North America and follow their migration patterns across the continent.

Unites States Research


1715 A man named James Mallone was captured as a Jacobite in 1715. He was among the prisoners transported from England to the Colonies to be sold as an indentured servant.

14 July 1716 - Liverpool, England Among a "List of fifty four Rebel Prisoners Ship'd (in order to be Transported) on board the Goodspeed Capt. Arthur Smith Comm. for Virginia"[1][2]
18 October 1716 - Maryland One of five "Rebel Prisoners" sold to Charles Digges (Others sold to Diggs: David Graham, William Johnson, George Nuelson, John Chambers)[3][4]

Note Charles Digges was a wealthy plantation owner in Prince George's County and likely the purchaser of James Mallonee. See his will at Ancestry Image

1775 A James Mallone of Massachusetts is listed in the Rosters of Revolutionary War "Muster and pay roll returned by said Mallone, Captain, of certain men belonging to Methuen who marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, but did not serve under any particular commanding officer; service, 4 days.[5]

Early Census Records



  1. 1715 Jacobites Transported
  2. Goodspeed Embark Image
  3. Goodspeed Debark Image
  4. Goodspeed Passenger Sale Image
  5. "United States Rosters of Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors, 1775-1783," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QGK1-YFHL : 18 March 2018), James Mallone, 19 Apr 1775; citing Military Service, , Citing various published state rosters, United States; FHL microfilm 101711087.

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