Kel, you asked me about MALONE pictures.My husband is a descendant of Daniel Malone and Elizabeth Sansom Malone, his wife.I have researched Malone/Sansom descendants of Jasper Co., Ga. for many years.Can either Kel or Richard Aaron answer a Sansom question for me?
In 1859, Mitchel Aaron and a Charles Osborn were appointed administrators de bonis non of the estate of Richard Sansom, deceased (Jasper Co., Ga. 1816).The part of the estate not administered was slaves left to Fanny Smith (d/o Richard Sansom) left to her children, but Fanny to have life estate in the slaves.Apparently as per estate records, Fanny Smith had died and Mitchel Aaron gave 30 days notice in the Federal Union that he would apply at the term of the court of L/A on the estate de bonis non cum testamento annexo on Richard Sansom, and Charles Osborn as one of the interested parties claimed a participation.
James C. Aaron was the security.Do either of you know enough Aaron genealogy to know how Mitchel Aaron and a Charles Osborn would be r/to Fanny Smith, her children, or to Richard Sansom, father of Fanny who was likely md. to a Tom Smith?The estate consisted entirely of slaves, named Elizabeth, Thomas Sen., Hilliard, Thomas Junr., Bryant, Mary Jane, Richard, Henry, Ann, Emily and William.Needless to say, the slaves divided in 1859 would soon be free....
Richard Sansom was overseer of a Daniel Malone who died in 1795 in Halifax Co., Va. and who left his Greene Co., Ga. land to sons, Drury and John.Daniel's son, Daniel would marryElizabeth Sansom, d/o Micajah Sansom, Sr. (a relative, perhaps brother, of Richard Sansom).Daniel Malone, Jr. died about 1817-19 in Jasper Co., Ga. area. He witnessed an 1817 deed for his brother-in-law, Micajah Sansom, Jr. along with a John Fowler (husband of Mourning Rowden Fowler).