Thomas received his B.A. degree at Trinity College, Cambridge University on 1582. He was ordained deacon and priest on 01 May 1595, instituted the the living of Ronaldskirk, Yorkshire 27 June 1599, where he resigned in 1621. Then he was appointed to the rectory of Davenham, Cheshire in 1600, admitted to the Archdeaconry of Richmond in 1603, where he resigned in 1607. He purchased the avowson of Mobberly, Cheshire 11 Oct 1619, and became its parson in 1621, where he took up residence. Due to his royalist sympathies, he was forced to flee Mobberly in 1642, and took refuge in Chester. Rev Thomas died at the Deanery House, Chester, and was buried in the quire of the Cathedral.
Rev. Thomas Mallory is buried in the Chester Cathedral
Informant: Jerry Ferren, March 29, 2011
Son of Sir William and Ursula (Gale) Mallory
Husband of Elizabeth (Vaughan) Mallory
Rev. Thomas and Elizabeth (Vaughan) Mallory had 13 children and they were:
1. Richard Mallory 2. Sir William Mallory 3. Thomas Mallory (m. Jane unk.) 4. George Mallory (m. Alice Strethill) 5. John Mallory 6. Avery Mallory 7. Edward Mallory 8. Rev. Philip Mallory (m. Catherine Batte) 9. Jane Mallory (m. John Halford 10. Martha Katherine Mallory (m. John Batte) 11. Elizabeth Mallory (m. Rev. Thomas Glover) 12. Mary Mallory (m. Rev. Edward Wirley)