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Mallett, Mark

, Herringfleet

In 1869 Kelly Directory Mark Mallett is listed as a brewer.

The 1871 Census lists Mark R Mallett (Brewer, [next to Bell, St Olave's], Head/Married/40y/born Herringfleet)

In 1874 White's Directory Mark Rushmere Mallett is listed as a brewer (& coal merchant).

The 1891 Census lists Mark Mallett (Brewer, Heath House, not named, Head/Married/60y/born Herringfleet) and Mark C Mallett (Brewer's Assistant, Heath House, not named, Son/Single/18y/born Herringfleet)

listed in Kelly's of 1892.

In 1900 Mark Rushmere Mallett is listed at the Bell inn.

The 1901 Census lists Mark Mallett (Brewer & Farmer, near St Olave's Station, Herringfleet Hills, Head/Widower/70y/born Herringfleet) and Mark Mallett (Brewer's Son, near St Olave's Station, Herringfleet Hills, Son/Single/28y/born Herringfleet)