An American Family History

Daniel Mallory

The first European settlements in Ontario were after the American Revolution when 5,000 loyalists left the new United States.

Daniel Mallory was born on August 13, 1767 in Fairield County, Connecticut. He was the son of Nathaniel Mallory and Abiah Beardsley.

When he was 15 he moved to Canada.

He married Elizabeth Randolph.

Daniel and Elizabeth's children may have included:

John Mallory (1785, married Sarah Wright),
David Mallory (1787),
Nathaniel Mallory (1791, married Ophelia Hogaboom),
Catherine Mallory (1793, married Clossen Ayres),
Huldah Mallory (1795),
Daniel Mallory, Jr. (1797),
Jeremiah Mallory (1799),
Vanransler Price Mallory (1800),
Rossinda Mallory (1801, married Justin Truesdell, Jr.), and
William Mallory (married Phebe Comstock daughter of Levi Comstock).

Daniel received lot 11 in the first concession of Yonge.

The Petition of Daniel Mallory late of Dorset. Humbly sheweth that your petitioner has been in this District two months and has never received any land. He therefore prays your Lordship in Council will be pleased to grant him such land as others in his situation have received and your petitioner in duty bound will ever pray.
Ninth town ?
May 3 1791

Per attachment:
Lunenburg District
Certificate granted 200 acres 3 May 1791.

Daniel was assessed in Yonge Township in 1805.

Daniel died on March 8, 1808 with his father in an accident on St Lawrence River.

During the War of 1812 David and Daniel Mallory, Jr. served in the Leeds County Militia.

Elizabeth died in 1849.

Elizabeth Mallary of Younge age 83 years died Mar 22 1849 of Bilious Fever and Dysentery (from The Marriage Records of Upper Canada, burial records of Rev. Thomas Rump)




from History of Leeds and Grenville Ontario 1879.

Daniel [Mallory], who married Elizabeth Randolph and settled in Mallorytown, raising a family of fourteen children (two of whom died young), the remainder settling in close proximity to each other.

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