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Name: Zacheus MaltbieMaleNote
Born: 10 Jun 17531753-6-10 at Branford, CTBranford, CT
Married: 10 May 17771777-5-10 at Branford, CTBranford, CT
Died: 19 Jun 18331833-6-19 at Evans, Erie County, NYEvans, Erie County, NY
Born: 10 Oct 1799
Died: 8 Jan 1880 at North Evans, Erie County, NY
Name: Sarah Matilda Maltbie
Born: 9 Aug 1807
1). Revolutionary War record vol. viii, Conn. Rev. Rol l s M altbie, Zacheus, Continental Regiment, 1775 1s t Re gi men t . General Wooster, 6thCompany Capt. Douglas . Tim e o f Se rv ice 6 months, 26 days . Regiment recru ited i n Ne w Hav en . Raised on first call for troops b y Gen. i n Apri l Ma y 177 5. Marched to New York latter p art of Ju ne an d encam ped at Harlem. Took part in operat ions abov e Lak e George a nd Cham plain.Assisted in the re duction o f St. J ohn s in Oc tober. S tationed at Montreal . Adopte d as Conti nental 6th C ompany 1s t Regiment. Cap t. Willia mDouglas o f Northford . Zacheus Ma ltbie dischar ged in No rthern Depa rtment Nov . 28, 1775 . He was of Branford until 1781 Norfolk, 1783 boug h t l a n d at Lee., Mass., 1797 recorded as of New Marlbo ro ugh , M as s. and, 1800 as of Lee.His children were al l pr obab ly b or n in Norfolk. There is a record ofJerush a Ros e an d Zache u s Maltbie joining the Church of Chris t of No rfolk , Connec ti cut on 16 November, 1784. His wif e, Jeru sha, w as baptiz e d into the church in 1783. Norfo lk recor ds, Vol ume III, s ta te that Jerusha andZacheus w ere remo ved to V ermont . T her e is no known record tha t they eve r lived th ere. The History of Erie County, New York, Volume I, sta t e s E ast Evans, Jerusalem was settled in 1815 by Z ac he u s Maltb y and his son Jonathan. Zacheus Maltbie liv e d th e r emainde r of his life in Evans, Erie County,Ne w Yo rk . He i s burie d a The First Congregational Churc h of E van s, known as Jeru salem Corners. When I was las t ther e i n 1996, I c ould no t find his marker. His son , Samue l Malt bie is als o buried t here as is my grandmot her an d mother.
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