Was Mrs. Mary S. Malone a Sossaman? North Carolina silversmith Sossaman removed to 1820's Ft. St. Stephens, Alabama (above Mobile) where Thomas Malone, Sr., from North Carolina, was a magistrate, asst.Indian agent, and U.S. Land Office Agent,and member of the Masonic Lodge. He and Lt. Gaines arrested Aaron Burr,and escorted Burr to trial, Richmond, Virginia. Thomas and Mrs. Mary S. Malone's son was Mobile and Galveston cotton broker, Capt. Edward Malone,Sr., CSA. The parents of Mrs. Mary S. Malone, areunknown. Possibly Sossaman? She died Milford, Alabama, Jan 14, 1838, age 49. Thomas Malone,Sr. died Milford Feb 17, 1850, age 78. Where is/was, Milford, Alabama? Likely the site of a mill on the water. Thomas Malone's father was Rev. War militia Ens. Wood Malone (under Capt. Bennett Wood), Malone's Mill Creek, Warren Co., N.C., son of John Malone of Malone's Bridge, Dinwiddie Co.,Va.