So....Edward Mallory marries Ellen Bump...and you thought no connection...well, how's this...Ellen Bump's mother, Anna married Heman Bump..maiden nam, Anna Mallory, daughter of Andrew Mallory of MA.
Edward Mallory 12 Mar 1846 Springfield Twp Erie Co PA (Harry Mallory father Ct d 1883 mother d 1869 MA = Ellen Bump 1849 PA parents NY (Heman Bump = Ann Mallory)(Andrew Mallory d Apr 1877 ae 86 (1880 census Springfield Erie Co PA; Anna Bump 1820 NY mother in law father Ct mother NY) Edith E Mallory 1872 PA Harry H Mallory 1874 PA “EDWARD F. MALLORY, farmer, P. O. West Springfield, was born on the homestead in Springfield Township, Erie Co., Penn., March 12, 1846, and is the youngest child of Harry and Emily Mallory, natives of Conn. and Vt. respectively. Harry Mallory came to this county about 1822, finally settling on the farm now owned by our subject, in 1822. He reared 4 children; served as Justice of the Peace 11 years, and as Constable for at least 2 years. He was a soldier in the war of 1812, and was an earnest, constant member of the Baptist Church at West Springfield, in which he was Trustee for many years. His wife died in 1869; he died in 1883, aged nearly eighty-five years. Our subject was united in marriage, Dec. 13, 1870, with Ellen Bump, daughter of Heman and Ann (Mallory) Bump, the former a native of New York, the latter a daughter, the second child in the family of 10, of Andrew Mallory, who came to this county in 1819; she was born in 1820. Andrew Mallory was a soldier of the war of 1812, a Maj. in the State Militia, and was a very prominent man, dying April, 1877, in his eighty-sixth year. Mr. and Mrs. Bump reared 2 children, and were both prominent members of the Baptist Church. He died in Feb., 1868. Our subject and wife have 2 children -- Edith E. and Harry H. They are both members of the West Springfield Baptist Church. Mr. Mallory owns 80 acres of well-improved land, a part of his father's old homestead. He has filled the office of Township Clerk; is a Democrat in politics.”Source: Samuel P. Bates, History of Erie County, Pennsylvania, (Warner, Beers & Co.: Chicago, 1884), Part VI, Township Biographies, Springfield Township, p. 159.