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John W. Mallet (1832-1912) he was born in Dublin,Ireland. He was the son of Robert Mallet and Cordeila (Watson) Mallet of Dublin,Ireland. He was an Irish born chemist who settled and taught in the United States. [1][2][3] He married Mary Elizabeth Ormond (1836-1886), in 1857. She was the daughter of the Hon. John James Ormond. His second marriage was to Josephine Burtlhe of La., in 1888.
He had an A.B. from Trinity College Dublin 1853, a P.H.D. from the University of Göttingen 1852. a M.D. from the University of Louisiana 1868 and a L.L.D. from the college of William & Mary 1872.
During the U.S. Civil War, he was appointed Superintendent of the Confederate Ordnance Laboratories and held the rank of Lt. Colonel.[4 ] He was an officer on the staff of General Rader C.S.A. .

In 1961, Mallet Assembly, a self governing residential honors program was created by The University of Alabama. Mallet Assembly was located in Mallet Hall, named for John W. Mallet. [5 ] [3]

References

  1. ^ [1]| IN MEMORIAM John W. Mallet
  2. ^ [2]| Famous Irish Chemists Vol. 47
  3. ^ a b [3]| Handbook of Texas Online
  4. ^ [4]| Macon Historical Markers
  5. ^ [5]| History of Mallet Assembly

Whos Who in America 1907 pg 1374

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