Nathanial MALONE married Mary WYNNE and had the following children:
Daniel MALONE married Sarah SULLIVAN and had the following children:
Drury MALONE married Cicily/Sisley JOHNSON and had the following children:
Mary Anne MALONE b. 1762 in VA/MD, d. Mar 1867 in Tallapoosa Co. AL
Mary Anne MALONE married Alexander HARALSON (b. 1752, d. 12-Nov-1813 in Edgefield Co. SC) 25-Jan-1783 in Halifax Co. VA.
Posted by Ina B. Morris <Inabmorris@aol.com> on Tue, 15 Aug 2000, in response to Drury Malone lineage?, posted by Steve Scroggins on Mon, 14
Surname: Malone, Harralson, Wynne,
Burnett, Sullivan, Johnson
Drury Malone's(who is the father of Mary Ann Malone)father( wife isCicily/Sisley Johnson )is the son of Daniel Malone and Sarah Sullivan. His father is Nathaniel Malone and Mary Wynne. Mary Wynne is the daughter of Thomas Wynne. See the book Malone & Allied Families 2nd Edition by Dr. Randolph A. Malone. He has done a wonderful job with the Malones. This line has been proven by patriotic societies.
Parks Langley, who started genealogy research in 1936 (so he told me) wrote about the immigration of Alexander Haralson and Richard Henderson families. He wrote that they were neighbors and close
friends in Virginia. The two families left Virginia by wagon train. Nathaniel
Henderson family moved to Greenville, NC. His brother John Henderson had moved
to Orange Co, NC. In 1757, Nathaniel and wife sold 400 acres of land, moved to
96th District, SC. John Henderson had sons, Samuel, James and Richard. Samuel
died in NC. James and Richard moved to 96th Dist, SC.
Alexander Haralson family moved to 96th Dist, SC. Richard Henderson moved near Alexander's home. Their
children began to marry. Nathan married Lula, the dau of Alexander and Mary Anne
(Malone) Haralson. Jesse married Jane Harslson and John Manning Langley married
Jesse Henderson and John Manning Langley rode horseback to Tallapoosa County Alabama in 1837 and bought 160 acres of land each. In the spring of 1838 they moved to Alabama by wagon train. Alexander Haralson died in SC. His widow, Mary Anne (Malone) and other families moved to Alabama. Her 5 daughters and her son William Alexander Haralson lived within 10 miles of each other.
James and Richard Henderson moved to Wilkes County, Ga. Later Richard moved to Tallapoosa County. Mary Anne Malone Haralson died in 1867 at the age of 105 and is buried in the old
Langley Family Cemetery in Tallapoosa County. My note: This is shortened just a
little. The cemetery is about 10 miles from where I live. The families lived
near this cemetery. [Barbara Taylor] <http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Al/Tallapoosa?read=1084>
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