I believe circa early 1800's an early North Carolina Caller migrated to Ft. St. Stephens, Alabama? Revolutionary War Bute County, N.C., militia Ens. Wood Malone served under Capt. Bennet Wood. He was from Malone's Mill Creek, Warren County, N.C. His widow Bathsheba (Hawkins, Caller, Wood?) wed William Noyal Norsworthy. Son Thomas Malone, Sr., was land clerk, Raleigh, N.C., and owned land at Fuqua-Varina. He had a passpoert through Indian land to Ft. St. Stephens, Alabama, here he was U.S. Land Agent, U.S. Magistrate, and Asst. Indian agent under George Gaines (of warren Co., N.C.?) and with Capt. Edmund Pendleton Gaines, arrested Aaron Burr. His son, 2nd Lt.Thomas Malone, Jr., CSA, Co. E, 36th Alabama Infantry, was born St. Stephens 1802, died Mobile 1876. I descend his Mobile and Galveston cotton broker son, Capt. Edward Malone, Sr., CSA, born Mobile 1821, died Galveston 1867.Thomas Malone, Sr., died "Milford", February 17, 1850, age 78. I think "Milford" was at Malone's Crossing and Malone's Bridge, north of Satsuma, Alabama, near Interstate 65 and U.S. 43? His wife Mrs. Mary S. Malone died Milford, January 14, 1838, age 49. Was Mary S. born a Caller or Hawkins? Ens. Wood Malone's father was John Malone of both Malone's Bridge and Malone's Crossing, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. His wife might have been kin to nearby Gen. Abraham Wood? Both Thomas Jr. and Edward Sr., were Mobile privates in the Mexican War.