Person:Rosaline Maloney (1)

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Rosaline L. Maloney
b.20 Oct 1861 Lee County, KY
  • WRosaline L. Maloney1861 - 1957
m. 1885
  1. Franklin B. Taulbee1885 - 1956
  2. Leona Taulbee1887 - Aft 1920
  3. John Eugene Taulbee1889 - 1971
  4. Stella Taulbee1894 -
  5. Evalee Taulbee1897 - 1967
  6. Price Taulbee1899 - 1984
  7. Ida TaulbeeAbt 1903 -
  • WRosaline L. Maloney1861 - 1957
Facts and Events
Name Rosaline L. Maloney
Gender Female
Birth? 20 Oct 1861 Lee County, KY
Marriage 1885 to Ira John Taulbee
Death? 8 May 1957 Miamisburg, Warren Co., OH
Burial[1] Negro Branch, Breathitt Co., KY

Mary Young Lawson reports that Ellen Maloney Fletcher raised her and that she was a first cousin to Rosalind Maloney Taulbee - she says that their fathers were brothers - George and Green Maloney? Or is her father's name Bill Maloney or is his name McKinley Maloney?

From mother and Lucy - "Bill Malone did a geneology - lives at Van Cleve.

Notes from Stella - 1977 Susan Maloney Rosaline Maloney - lived on Niger Branch - born in Lee County

                                                                 John Taulbee
                                                                  Betty South
                                                                 Susan Kidd Nancy Rose

Susan Watkins - Susy Kidd - could have been fathers or mothers

George Maloney Bill Maloney Green Maloney Donce Maloney

Tom Taulbee - went to prison Lewis Taulbee - killed a man in Jackson

worked in log woods and always wore guns

Josie Young Taulbee 3/90 - Granny Taulbee had sheep and knitted socks. Price didn't go to school - had no shoes - didn't like the socks she knitted for him so he would hide them under a rock and get them on the way back. John Taulbee - had measels - mother didnt know and set him in bucket of cold water - and crippled him - he never worked - granny Taulbee ran around visiting neighbors - the girls had to do all the work at home.

Mary Young Lawson reports that Ellen Maloney Fletcher raised her and that she was a first cousin to Rosalind Maloney Taulbee - she says that their fathers were brothers - George and Green Maloney? Or is her father's name Bill Maloney or is his name McKinley Maloney?

From mother and Lucy - "Bill Malone did a geneology - lives at Van Cleve.

Notes from Stella - 1977 Susan Maloney Rosaline Maloney - lived on Niger Branch - born in Lee County

                                                                 John Taulbee
                                                                  Betty South
                                                                 Susan Kidd Nancy Rose

Susan Watkins - Susy Kidd - could have been fathers or mothers

George Maloney Bill Maloney Green Maloney Donce Maloney

Tom Taulbee - went to prison Lewis Taulbee - killed a man in Jackson

worked in log woods and always wore guns

Josie Young Taulbee 3/90 - Granny Taulbee had sheep and knitted socks. Price didn't go to school - had no shoes - didn't like the socks she knitted for him so he would hide them under a rock and get them on the way back. John Taulbee - had measels - mother didnt know and set him in bucket of cold water - and crippled him - he never worked - granny Taulbee ran around visiting neighbors - the girls had to do all the work at home.

Mary Young Lawson reports that Ellen Maloney Fletcher raised her and that she was a first cousin to Rosalind Maloney Taulbee - she says that their fathers were brothers - George and Green Maloney? Or is her father's name Bill Maloney or is his name McKinley Maloney?

From mother and Lucy - "Bill Malone did a geneology - lives at Van Cleve.

Notes from Stella - 1977 Susan Maloney Rosaline Maloney - lived on Niger Branch - born in Lee County

                                                                 John Taulbee
                                                                  Betty South
                                                                 Susan Kidd Nancy Rose

Susan Watkins - Susy Kidd - could have been fathers or mothers

George Maloney Bill Maloney Green Maloney Donce Maloney

Tom Taulbee - went to prison Lewis Taulbee - killed a man in Jackson

worked in log woods and always wore guns

Josie Young Taulbee 3/90 - Granny Taulbee had sheep and knitted socks. Price didn't go to school - had no shoes - didn't like the socks she knitted for him so he would hide them under a rock and get them on the way back. John Taulbee - had measels - mother didnt know and set him in bucket of cold water - and crippled him - he never worked - granny Taulbee ran around visiting neighbors - the girls had to do all the work at home.

References
  1. Birth of Rosaline.