Thomas James Maling
|Thomas James Maling|
|Born||15 July 1778|
|Died||22 January 1849(aged 70)|
|Years of service||1791–1849|
• Action of 5 November 1813
He married Harriet Darwin, daughter of the poet and physician Erasmus Darwin and his second wife, Elizabeth Colyear, illegitimate daughter of Charles Colyear, 2nd Earl of Portmore. Harriet died in 1825 in Valparaiso, Chile, without issue. In 1828 he was married again, to Jemima Bromley, daughter of Henry Bromley; they had four children, including a son of the same name:
- Elizabeth Maling (1829–?)
- Jemima Maling (1834–?)
- Thomas James Maling (1836–1922), New Zealand importer and merchant
- Emma Maling (1838–?)
He died in 1849, survived by his wife, who lived until 1857.
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