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Malone, New York, USA
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Where is Malone, New York, USA? 

Malone is a town in Franklin County, New York, United States.

The Town of Malone contains a village also named Malone, which is the county seat. The town is an interior town, centrally located in the county.

The town was formed from part of the Town of Chateaugay in 1805. The town was originally named Harison, after Richard Harison who had purchased the land and founded the town. The name was changed in 1808 to Ezraville, after Ezra L'Hommedieu; and in 1812 to Malone.

During the War of 1812 the village was sacked by British troops making incursions from what would become Canada. wikipedia

Malone (NY), Town of
A township or rural municipality in Franklin County, northern New York State, in the area surrounding the Village of Malone.
Malone (NY), Village of
The major town in Franklin County, northern New York State, located 10mi (16km) south of Trout River Lines. (44.850N/ 74.290W) ~qcchatea/ placenames/

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News  1870 - A Malone, N. Y., dispatch of the 29th says the Fenian movement there had collapsed.
General Gleason, Dr. Donnelly, Colonel Cullen, and Captain Mannox, of the Fenian army, had been arrested by United States Marshal Quimby. About fifteen hundred Fenians were scattered all over the city and in camp, awaiting transportation.
St Joseph Herald
Saint Joseph, Michigan
June 4, 1870
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News  1887 - Ex-Vice President Wm. A. Wheeler died at his home in Malone, N. Y., on June 4. His age was 68 years.

St Joseph Herald
Saint Joseph, Michigan
June 11, 1887
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News  1888 - At Malone, N. Y., the Empire block, including a hotel, opera-house and seven fine stores was burned on the 29th.
Loss, $200,000. Isaac Chesley, a prominent merchant, was killed by and explosion in the hotel.
St Joseph Herald
Saint Joseph, Michigan
February 4, 1888
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1901 The Adirondack Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, was organized at Malone, N. Y.

Three centuries in Champlain valley.. Plattsburgh, N. Y. : Saranac chapter, D. A. R., 1909
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Malone, a banking post-village, capital of Franklin co., N.Y., in Malone township (town), on the Salmon River and on the New York Central and Hudson River and other railroads, 57 miles W. of Rouse Point. The river here flows in a deep and narrow valley and affords extensive water- power. Malone is...Read MORE...

Malone, N. Y., April 18. - Nine persons were killed and fifteen more were injured as the result of fire which almost destroyed the Hotel De Wilson.

The identified dead:
JOHN MOSS, Albany.
GEO. TIMMONS, Piercefield, N. Y.
ALBERT ...

1918 - Malone
MALONE was formed from Chateaugay, March 2d, 1805, as “Harrison,” from Richard Harrison, proprietor. April 8th, 1808, changed to “Ezraville, from Ezra L’Hommedieu, of Suffolk Co., and again changed to Malone, June 10, 1812. It embraces Nos. 6 and 9 of Great Tract No. 1. It is an. interior town,...Read MORE...

Ancestors Who Were Born Here

flag  Celia M. Brooks (1854, Malone, New York, USA - 4 August 1893, Agawam, Massachusetts, USA)

flag  Lafayette D Gates (16 February 1866, Malone, New York, USA - 23 June 1928, Georgia, Vermont, USA) gravestone

flag  Delina (Rose de Lima) Fillion Jarvis (abt. 1862, Malone, New York, USA - 1936, Springfield, Massachusetts, USA (Indian Orchard))

 World War II Soldier flag  Lloyd Lewis Learned (8 May 1923, Malone, New York, USA - 8 January 2003, Utica, New York, USA) gravestone

flag  Olive Josephine Jarvis Leroux (November 1895, Malone, New York, USA - 5 November 1955, Rockville, Connecticut, USA)

flag  Watson Irving Magoon (7 November 1886, Malone, New York, USA - 5 May 1930, , Vermont, USA)
flag  Willie Almon Magoon (abt. 1868, Malone, New York, USA - 13 November 1875, Malone, New York, USA)

 flag  Charles Henry Robb (14 November 1867, Malone, New York, USA - 10 June 1939, Washington, DC, USA)
flag  Lucy M Robb ( 29 July 1869, Malone, New York, USA - , )
flag  William Matthews Robb (19 June 1871, Malone, New York, USA - 3 March 1944, Marlow, New Hampshire, USA) gravestone

flag  Marion Robidioux (22 March 1895, Malone, New York, USA - February 1987, )

flag  Harriet M. Taylor (1824, Malone, New York, USA - 4 June 1854, Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA)

Ancestors Who Died Here

flag  François Xavier Aubrey (17 May 1796, Yamachiche, Québec, Canada (Sainte-Anne-d'Yamachiche) - April 1881 , Malone, New York, USA)

flag  James M. Bradford (1809, , Rhode Island, USA - 6 November 1869, Malone, New York, USA)

flag  Mary Clements (23 June 1777, Berwick, Maine, USA - abt. 1855, Malone, New York, USA)

immigrant - Canada to US US Civil War Soldiers   François Gervais (16 August 1821, La Prairie, Québec, Canada (St-Philippe) (St-Jean-François-Régis) - 1883, Malone, New York, USA)

flag  Geneviève-Louise Labelle (4 May 1804, Oka, Québec, Canada (Mission du Lac-des-Deux-Montagnes) - 1875, Malone, New York, USA)

flag  Ephraim Magoon (15 October 1793, Kingston, New Hampshire, USA - 6 April 1868, Malone, New York, USA)
  William W Magoon (1824, Baring, Washington, Maine, USA - 17 March 1885, Malone, New York, USA) gravestone
flag  Willie Almon Magoon (abt. 1868, Malone, New York, USA - 13 November 1875, Malone, New York, USA)

flag  George W. Walker (1834, Manhattan, New York, USA (New York City) (New Amsterdam) - 5 October 1882, Malone, New York, USA)

Ancestors Who Were Married Here

Edson Suriah Magoon (27 April 1860 - 18 July 1916) & Betsey Prudence Patterson (27 October 1862 - 13 January 1939)
married 20 July1885

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