D2cx: Malone och Wood i Oklahoma och Kansas / In English

Founders of an Oklahoma branch

Katie Alford & Charles Newton Malone


  CatherineKatie” Jane Alford (15/12 1888 – 8/12 1980)
  D2c branch [1.2.11.8.1.8.1]
  Daughter of John Alford & Margaret Newby
  Carl Junction, Jasper, Missouri


  CharlesCharlie/Chas” Newton Malone (22/8 1876 – 20/2 1957) (m. 22/9 1909)
  Denver, Colorado
  Carpenter, farmer
  4 children – Founders of the D2cx branch


  Primary sources
  13-02-2020


Katie grows up on the family farm in Lawtonicon-map-marker, Pleasant View township in Cherokee Co., Kansas. In 1909 she marries carpenter Charles Newton Malone from Denver in Colorado. He has grey eyes and red hair.

The landscape around Narcissa is very flat,

At first they remain with her parents on their new farm in Narcissaicon-map-marker, Ottawa Co., Oklahoma. At this time, Charles works as a carpenter. They soon move to Miami, Oklahoma, but by 1920, they are permanently back in Narcissa as farmers.

They have 4 children.

  • 1.   Lunda Leon Malone (20/11 1910 – 27/4 1974)
    •  1. Edith Evelyn Burchet
    •  2. Eula May Williams
  • 2.   Ellen Lois Malone (22/11 1912 – 26/11 1993)
    •  Robert Lee Ora Wood
  • 3.   Charles Vernon Malone (13/12 1915 – 20/12 1975)
    •  Edith Ellen Bailey
  • 4.   Homer Malone (21/12 1927 – 10/11 1976) icon-stop

At some point late in their lives they apparently move to Welchicon-map-marker in Craig Co., Oklahoma. Katie dies in Commerce, Ottawa Co., Oklahoma, but she is buried in Williams-Timberhill Cemetery in Welch.


Research data

  •  name (others’ spellings): C. Alford (1895); Katy Alford (1900); Katie Malone (1910); Kathrine Malone (1918); Kathrin J. Malone (1920); Catherine J. Malone (1935-1940)
  • icon-male signature: C. N. Malone (1918)
  • name (others’ spellings): Charlie Malone (1910); Charles Newton Malone (1918); Charls N. Malone (1920); Charles N. Malone (1930); Chas Malone (1935-1940)
  •  cens. 1895-1940 Pleasant View: 1895; 1900; Narcissa: 1910; 1920; 1930; 1940
  •  cens. 1910-1940
  • icon-male WWI: 1918

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