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Notes for PETER MALONE:
This son of Daniel Malone is named as s/o Daniel in his LWT, 1795 Halifax Co.,
Virginia "to my son Peter Malone, 1 shilling"
This is probably the Peter Malone whosold negro man named Bob to Richard
Sansom, Greene Co., Ga. 1792 as adm. of estate of Featherston Cross, Edgefield
Co., SC. (Richard Sansom was in Lunenburg Co., Va. tithes and listed with
Daniel Malone and Peter Malone as "overseer". A Peter Malone also seen in early
deeds Columbia Co., Ga.(Richard Sansom registered his stock mark in Greene
Co., Ga. 1787.)
Said to have married Ann Hardin(g), d/o Thomas and Phoebe (Beasley) Harding.
Listed on 1798 census of Greene Co., Ga. in Upper Battalion, Major Daniel's
Battalion with 8 whites, no slaves.
Malone and Allied Families Second and Revised Edition, by Randolph A. Malone
cites research of John Riley Malone as source of this information below:
Lunenburg Co., Va. Deed Book 13, pg. 19 dtd. 5-8-1777--Daniel Malone deed of
gift to my son, Peter Malone, 200 acres in Lunenburg Co. on the north side of
Church Road, south side of Great Road going to land of Mark Andrews and Warren
Same deed book, above, pg. 151-Amrose Beuford/Burford/Blewford to Josiah
Purdue, land adj. to Peter Malone on S. side of Great Road, witn. John Ward,
Peter Melone, Edward Murphy
Same Deed Book, above, pg. 183 (12-12-1778) Isiah Purdue to Drury Murrell, both
of Lunenburg Co., for L10 and horse, 24 acres adj. to Peter Melone,Mark Andrews
and Murrell. Wit. John Cureton, Jr., John Cureton, Sr. and William Tucker.
Same Deed Book, pg. 319 dtd. 11-10-1779.
Peter Melone deeds to Charles Thompson, both of Lunenburg Co., for L2300, 206
acres on Willingham's Road, along lines of Drury Murrell, Thomas Harper, Thomas
Harding, James Reynolds and Richard Stone. Signed, Peter Malone. Wife Ann
released dower. Rec. 5-11-1780.In 1780 Northampton Co., NC a Charles
Thompson was a witness of the will of a John Thompson, Robert Melone, Admr.
with a William Thompson, Sr. Also, Peter Malone's brother, John Malone
named a son, Thompson Malone.Significance if any unknown.
(Richard Sansom in his last will and testament named one of his daughters,
Polly Stone, 1817 Jasper Co., Ga.)
Lunenburg Co., Va. Will Book 3, pg. 87. dtd 4-4-1870: Will of Thomas Harding;
wife, unnamed. to son, William 10 shilling, to son Robert, 10 shillings, to
daughter ANN MALONE a negro; to daughter Mary Harding, a negro; to son Thomas,
negros and stock; to son, Ellick, negroes and stock; to son, Benjamin, negroes;
to son, Siah; to wife; to son, Edward...etc.
Will Book 3 (above co.) pg. 103 dtd. 9-14-1781, proved 3-14-1782; Will of
Thomas Harding, Jr....lists brothers, Ellick; William; Robert; sisters Mary,
Ann Harding. Peter Malone;s son, Lemuel Malone.Exec. William Harding, Robert
Harding, Peter Malone. Witness, John Ward, Seth Ward, Dice Ward...Security at
probation of will: Robert Beasley, Daniel Malone.
Lunenburg Co., Va. Deed Book 13, pg. 507. Will of Lucy (Lucretia Jones, widow
of Reps Jones, names daughters/child Lucretia Parish, Thomas Jones, Mary Jones,
Anne Melone and Martha Jones, the estate devised me by my late husband Reps
Jones per his will 4-12-1773. Wit.: Charles Hamlin, Drury Majors.
Unable to locate a marriage document of thid Peter Melone.
Said to have son Samuel who married Ann HARDING, a son, Lemuel who was inwill
of Thomas Harding, Jr. (above) and Ivey Malone who is a possible son.