Gilbert Mallory and brother Benajah Mallory, brother's to the earlier mentioned Silas Mallory also fought in the War of 1812.They were originally from Wells Rutland Vt where their father, Odgen Mallory and wife Sarah Mallory (his cousin) had settled in 1758.Both Gil and Benajah had fought as Green Mountain Boys in the Rev War participating in the capture of Burgoyne at Ticonderoga.They also had a brother James.
Benajah met and married a gal (Abiah Dayton) from the Friend's Settlement at new Jerusalem NY and moved to Burford Upper Canada in 1793.He later removed back to NY (where his brother Cpt Gil Mallory) was living and fought in the War of 1812.In fact, he was offered command of American forces but declined because of his rank.Benajah was declared a traitor in Canada.
Enoch Mallory, cousin to the above, at one time fought on the American side, but changed sides.He reportedly crossed the St Lawrence and changed uniforms in full view of the Americans.
Caleb Mallory Jr was caught counterfeiting and jailed by his cousins at Albany NY, but "escaped" back to Canada.
Benajah Mallory was also jailed at Albany and ended up marrying as a second wife, the wife of a fellow prisoner.They didn't marry until Benajah's wife had died in Canada.Benajah died within two years of the second marriage (Encyclopedia of Canada said he married Sarah Bush.....but that was incorrect.Sarah Bush was his daughter)Benajah's widow took up with a much much younger man and she collected on Benajah's two pensions, Rev and 1812) for a very long time...she lived to be 106.Benajah's daughters and son in law, Judge John McDonald, in Ontario were disgusted by this woman.