Thaddeus Maltbie



Husband Thaddeus Maltbie 1

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Theodora Edna Alice Maltbie



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Thomas Maltbie



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Thomas Maltbie



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Victoria Maltbie



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Wayne Maltbie



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William Maltbie



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William Maltbie



Husband William Maltbie 1

           Born: 9 Jan 1673 - New Haven, New Haven County, CT
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         Father: William Maltbie Esq. (1645-1710) 1
         Mother: Rachel Williamson (Abt 1647-Abt 1685) 1


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William Maltbie and Philadelphia Winn



Husband William Maltbie 1

           Born: 1783
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         Father: Jonathan Maltbie (1746-1798) 1
         Mother: Elizabeth Allen (Abt 1748-      ) 1


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Wife Philadelphia Winn 1

           Born: 1804
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1 F Katherine Maltbie 1

           Born: 1845
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         Spouse: Marcus L. Gordon (      -      ) 1
           Marr: 1868





William Maltbie



Husband William Maltbie 1

           Born: 1727 - Wallingford, CT
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William Maltbie



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William Maltbie



Husband William Maltbie 1

           Born: 6 Jul 1703 - Saybrook, Middlesex, CT
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William Maltbie



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William Maltbie Esq. and Rachel Williamson



Husband William Maltbie Esq. 1

           Born: 16 Mar 1645 - East Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
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         Father: John Maltbie (1601-1647) 1
         Mother: Mary Williamson (Abt 1615-After 1647) 1


       Marriage: Abt 1668 - East Retford, Nottinghamshire, England

   Other Spouse: Hannah Hosmer (1649-      ) 1

   Other Spouse: Abigail Bishop (1659-1710) 1 - Abt 1692 - Branford, CT




Wife Rachel Williamson 1

           Born: Abt 1647 - Bawtry, Yorkshire, England
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1 F Jaine Maltbie 1

           Born: 29 Oct 1669 - Bawtry, Yorkshire, England
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2 M John Maltbie 1

           Born: Abt 1670 - Saybrook, Middlesex, CT
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         Spouse: Hannah Lord (1675-After 1715) 1
           Marr: 13 Aug 1696 - Saybrook, Middlesex, CT



3 F Mary Maltbie 1

           Born: 1 May 1672 - Branford, CT
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4 M William Maltbie 1

           Born: 9 Jan 1673 - New Haven, New Haven County, CT
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5 F Elisabeth Maltbie 1

           Born: 30 Apr 1676 - Branford, CT
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         Spouse: Abraham Hoadley (1672-1748) 1
           Marr: 14 Mar 1698 - Guilford, CT



6 M Daniel Maltbie Sr. 1

           Born: 19 May 1679 - Branford, New Haven, CT
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         Spouse: Esther Moss (1679-Abt 1742) 1
           Marr: 27 Oct 1702 - Branford, CT




General Notes (Husband)

William Maltby, "Esquire", Judge, Gentleman, was bor n M a r c h 16, 1644/5,at East Retford, Nottinghamshire, En glan d , s ec ond son of John Maltby,Alderman of East Retfo rd, a n d hi s wi fe, Mary Williamson. Major Ray KeyesLinsl ey, o n p . 1 6 of hi s book "Connecticut Linsleys" gives t he fol lowi ngre cord. "O n Jan. 20, 1667-8", "The New Plan tatio n and C hurc h Covenan t ofBrainford, Conn." was sign ed.

Among the signatures are the following:--- Mich. Pa l m e r , John Linsley,Jr., John Linsley Willia m Ma lt b y , Eleazer Stent, Francis Tyler,Peter Tyler, Da nie l Swa i n , Mich. Taintor, Edward Frisbie, FrancisLins ley , Thom a s Ha rrison, William Hoadley, John Taintor." T hi s date is ob vious ly incorrect, as we know that in 1668 , W illiam Mal tb y had a tradesmans token, dated that yea r a t Bawtry, Yor ksh ire; an d it is inMarch, 1672, that J oh n Maltby calls h is b rother , William, "now residenti n Ne w Haven in New Eng land. " It wa s on the 11th of Oct . 1686 , that thetown of B ranfor d applie d "for permissio n to em body into a church e state." William M altby was ch osen on e of the delegates an d his nam e is appen dedto th e petiti on, and on the 12th o f Sept. 168 7, Mr. Samu el R ussellacc epted the call to th e pastorate. G illett in h i s Sermon , p. 10,mentions the "s even pillars" o f the Ch urch , name ly: Samuel Russell (them inister) Wm. Mal tby E leazer S ten t Samuel Pond Jnot. Frisb ie Peter TylerAar o n Blatchly T h os. Sargent

This was the reorganization of the Church, about 168 8 / 9 . T herefore ourearliest record of William Maltby a s be i n g in N ew England is in NewHaven, 29 March 1672, w hen h i s b rothe r John Maltbie of New Haven in NewEngland , enga ge s i n a bon d for the payment of 35 pounds in por k and p eas eunt o Mr. Ri chard Raymond of Saybrook, Conn. , Mariner . Jo hn ma kes ove r toWilliam "three horses, on e croft o n bot h ears , called B onny, one bayhorse and on e black ho rse, o ne hors e cart, etc ., harness, one plo w andirons, w ith a T erse o f Rape seed, a lso one mare wi th her stock , at aplac e calle d Eatons Neck o n Long Isla nd, also on e cow now a t home, an d aheifer in th e keepin g of Thoma s Mecker, als o 4 pigs no w at home, also o neca se of pisto ls and houlste rs and one g un for his se- cu r ity in cas e anyDanger Shal l come to him , etc. Signed , seale d and D e- livered in the presence of Ja mes Bishop . Witness , Mart ha Roundletell (he r mark).

William Maltby was in New Haven, 1672, for in that y e a r h i s daughter, Mary, was born. Probably named for W il li am s mo ther, Mary Williamson.Possebly the eldest dau ght e r Jan e, wh o was born in 1669 at Bawtry, Yorks,was n ame d f or th e mothe r of Williams wife, Rachel. This wa s usua l.

By Jan. 9, 1673, Williams son, William, was born at Br a n f o rd and it wason April 16, 1673, that William Maltb y p ur ch as ed his "dwelling house" atBranford, from Thoma s Bl atc hle y o f Branford. He paid 100 pounds for theprop ert y whi ch c ompr ised: "dwelling house, barns, orchards , gar den,ho meste ad wi th all other buildings and fencing s ther e upo n and al lsingu lar ways of waters, commoditie s, priv ilege s and appu rtenanc eswhatsoever, to the same. ..may ap pertai n...severa l parcel s of land andmeadow, vi z. Two ac res b e it more o r less, adj acent to Mulliner s Neck,and m y divi sion therein , my land an d meadow at t he harbours m outh,co mmonly calle d Scotch Cap , six acres , be it more o r less , at the greatp lain, my piec e of me adow at the poi nt, on e piece of uplan d lying against it , containing by a ffirm - ation, three acre s be it mor e o r less, onepiece o f upla nd lying on the othe r side o f the r iver over again st Mr.W ilfords, his home lo t cont ain- ing b y affirmation , thre e acres be itmore or le ss . One piece o f upland an d one p iece of meadow in the I n dianNeck; one lit tle piec e of mea dow in the corner o f Nort ons meadow, onepie ce o f meadow i n the mill quarte r with al l the right of comm a nage andoth er divided an d undivided la nds that doth or he r eafter ma y belong unt othe said accomod ations being situ ate d and la ying withi n the township andbo unds of the tow n of B ranfor d in Ne w England, etc, etc." Da ted "16April , 1673. Wi tnes sed b y James Bishop, Assist. Edw ard Barke r RobertMaltby e."

William Maltbys home was on the same street as the Ol d B u r y ing Ground.James Bishop became his father- in law , b y W il li amss 3rd wife, AbigailBishop. Edward Barker w as g rand fat he r of Elizabeth Barker, who marriedSamuel M altb y (2) . Rob er t Maltbye was Williams younger brother.

(Branford Rec. Vol. I, p.376.) includes the following:

"John Harrison sold to Wm. Maltby a black horse, mar k e d , e tc." (ColonialRecords of Conn. 1663-1667. p.199 ; N. S. S . Pri nted Records, Vol. II,p.199) give the follo wing : "M a y 16, 1 673, at Hartford. This Courtaccepts th e lis t o f Tr oopers , presented by Captayn John Nash an d Captay nTho mas T opping , for New Haven County, and doe s confir m Capta yn Top ping to be Captayn and Mr. Willia m Maltby t o be Corn et. o f said tro op." (Note.)"Cornet " (definatio n) "a troo p of h orse, sai d to be so calle d becauseeach c ompany ha d a corne t player , formerly th e title of the of ficer whoc arried th e ensign , or colour s in a troop of ho rse in th e British Ar my.")

A later record of his military record was in 1690. (Co l o n i al Records ofConn. 1689-1700), state the following : " Ge ne ra l Court held at Hartford,Oct. 9, 1690. Mr. Wm . Ma ltb y i s c onfirmed Ensigne of Branford Train bandan d he i s t o b e comm issioned accordingly,"

(New Haven Colony Rec., p.83) "Garry Gratwick of Bra n f o r d made over toGeorge Page of Branford, land lyin g i n Ca no nb rooks quarter, about nineacres, bounded wit h Wm . Malt bye s l and on the East side and on the Westwit h th e commo n o n th e North, with the River on the South , als o a parce lo f meado w, about 2 acres, lying in Canno nbroo k quarter b oun ded with William Maltbyes byland (? ) eastwa rd, etc."

Some William Maltbye Items from Branford Records.

(1673. Branford Records, Vol. I., p. 255) Oct. 20, 1673-

"Wm. Maltbies pasture is mentioned in locating bound a r y l i nes."(P.313). "Wm. Maltby is admitted a planter , t o p osse s s the house andland which was Thomas Blachly sess ." ( P.365 ) . "William Maltbys mark forhis cattell i s a c rop u pon t h e top of both ears and a slit in both t hecrop s." (P .376) . " Dec. 5, 1673. William Maltby excha nge s a gray ho rsewit h Sa muel Ward." Jan. 9, 1673. Willi am , son of Will iam Mal tby , b. atBranford. (Note. This d at e apparently i s "old st yle " and should thereforebe "1 673 -4"). (P. 365 ) "Jan. 5, 1 673 . Wm. Maltbye brande d a bro wn baymare col t with a T o n th e near shoulder. " (P. 376 ) "Jan. 6, 1673- 4. Wm.Maltb y sol d to Edward Ba rker th e above horse." (P . 368) "Feb. 2 , 1674 -5.Willia m Matlb y branded a brown ba y mare, coming t wo yea r old , wit h N onthe the neare butto ck, being formerl y brand e d wit h a T on the nearshoulder . The same day he b rand e d a dus ty black mare colt wit h T on theneare buttoc k , an d M o n ye near shoulder; natur ally marked with a b rood sta r o n forehead, above ye signe. " (Possibly "T" fo r Totok e t , and "M" forMaltby). 1674. (P .144-147) "Wm. M altbye w a s ch osen constable."

(P. 177). "Mar. 12, 1674-5. Mr. Wm. Maltby and Ele a z e r S tent arechosen collectors." Under the same date , m en ti on i s made of the loca-tion of his new fence, al so s om e po rtio n of his lands in fixingboundaries. "Apri l 30 , 16 76 . Eliza beth, dau. of Mr. Wm. Maltby, was bor nat B ranfo rd. " (Pp. 12 1-123) Dec. 8, 1676. Wm. Maltby es lan d isme ntio ned in bou ndary lines. (P. 109). "Dec . 14, 167 6. H e is tw iceappointe d to lay out land." (P . 118). Jan . 17 , 1676-77 . List of the children: "Mr. Wil liam Maltbye , 5 c hildren. " (Note. This re cord being old style, includ es: Jo hn, Jane , Mary, William, E lizabeth , b. Apr. 30, 16 76).

1676. (from Mrs. Cushman, descendant of Samuel (2) ) . A l i s t of estatesin 1676 gives: "Mr. Maltbye # 103-0 0s .-00d . " Na mes of thirty planterswere in the list bu t non e of t h e esta tes reach- ed the sum of # 200. (P.41 2) "Ma r. 19 , 16 76-7 . William Maltbys name appears as w it- nes s to a sale. " (P . 153) "Feb. 24, 1677-8. Willia m Maltb y was ch osen t own c ol-lector." (P. 127) Dec. 21 , 1677 . He was " appoint ed t o lay out land."(P. 121-3 ) "June 4 , 1678. A t a town e meeti ng, the towne have ap point- edW m. Hoadle y and Wm. M altby t o agree with Mr. J no. Arnol d to kee p a schollin y e towne, a nd they are t o give wha t may be c ollected in y e towne fromt hose tha t have child ren, for y e satisfactio n of ye schoolma ster ." (Note.Will iam Maltby s daughter, Eli zabeth, marrie d A braham Hoadley , son ofWil liam Hoadley). ( P. 131) "Au g. 1, 1 678. The t own appoin t Wm. Maltbieand tw o other s to give Mr . John H arriman a c all to settle as min iste r inBranford." ( Als o Branford Chu rch Manual, p. 12). ( T he Harrimans were f r omRowley, York . John Harriman, bpt , 1 647, m. Hannah Bry an , sister of Ma ry,wife of John (1 ) Malt by). "1678/9. Ja me s Browne appoi nted Wm. Maltby i ntrust , Stamford, Co n n . Justic e S impson."

(Note. William Maltbys son, Jonathan, settled at Stamford).

(Colony Records. P. 114). "25 Feb. 1678-9. At a tow n e m e e ting the townehave granted liberty to William Mal tb i e o f Gu ilford, to soujourn inBranford." (Note. Inten si v e rese arc h at Guilford yielded no reference toMaltb y a t s o earl y a d ate. The general opinion seems to b e tha t the y, orWi lliam , "must have come on a ship fro m Barbad oes.")

(Branford Rec., Vol. I.) (P. 163) Feb. 25, 1678. App o i n t ed with others"to proportion every mans land accord i n g t o t he agreement of 1676." Alsoas "collect- er o f wh a t sha ll b e expended in laying out the township."(A ls o i n New En g. Hi st. & Gen. Reg., Vol. III, p. 154; an d H isto ry ofBran ford) . (P. 312) "July 8, 1678. Appoint e d wit h others t o view l and."(P. 159) "Dec. 4, 1678 . Hi s nam e appears a s a witnes s." (P. 211) "May19, 16 79. D aniel , son of Will iam Maltby , was born at Branfor d." (P . 114)" Sept. 11, 1679 . He was a ppointed one of t he list ers to m ake up thecount ry list." (P . 376) "Nov . 10, 1679 . Samue l Martin of Wethe rsfieldsold u nto Mr . Wm. Maltb y of Branf ord, a gray ston e horse about 1 6 y earsold. mar ked XO on y e near shoulder."

I consider this a most important record, as furnis h i n g a g ood indicationas to who was the mother of Dani e l Ma lt by b . "May 19, 1679." His sisterElizabeth, was b or n Apr i l 30, 1 676; and from the fact that her firstchi l d is nam e d Rache l (and it does not appear to be a nam e i n the Hoa dl eyfamily ), I feel confident Elizabeth wa s a d aughter o f Wi lliams fi rstwife, Rachel (probably Wi lliams on). I be liev e Daniel, b . May 19, 1679,was also h er son , and tha t Rache l died at, o r near, the date of h isbirth . Six mon ths afte r the birth o f Daniel, when Wi lliam wa s probablyl eft wit h these young ch ildren, we fi nd Willia m buying a h orse o f SamuelMartin of W ethersfie ld, an d I believe it wa s abou t this time he marrie dHann ah Hosm er, widow of Josia h Willa rd of Wethersfield.

Searches in Wethersfield yeilded the following: Fe b . 1 8 , 1 661.(Wethersfield Land Rec., Vol. II., pp. 44-4 5) . "S am ue l Martin and Phoebehis wife, sold three acre s o f hom e lo t t o Josiah Willard." There isanother goo d reas on fo r figu rin g Daniel was not a son of Hannah Ho smer.I n 1889 , a grou p o f children, including myself, an d elde r sister , werepla yin g on the Old New Haven Green , by th e old Stat e House, a nd l aterwandered down amongs t the ve ry old tomb stones clos e t o Centre Church.Sudden ly a frie nd exclaimed : "Look, her e i s a Maltby." It wa s a smallgr ay slate ston e, heavy in m oss ; my sister cam e up and sai d, "Why, itstw o hundred year s ol d!" Then o n a closer ex amination, sh e said, "I waswro ng, i ts tw o hundred and te n years old. " We could make ou t "Mrs . " -and then a fair ly long name , not a short name li k e Mary , and then alas, the spellin g Maltbei (or Maltbie ) , I forge t which. We we nt home an d toldmy father an d a fe w days late r we drov e down an d I showed him the s tone.He t ook one look , wen t back to t he carriage and sa id to Mother : "Not ourfam il y, its spel t differently."

Regarding Hannah Hosmer. She married in 1657 Josiah W i l l a rd ofWethersfield. They had eight children. Josi a h Wi ll ar d died in 1674, so,insofar as dates go, it wou l d be p oss ibl e for her to have been mother ofElizabeth , b . 1676 , an d Dan iel, b. 1679.

The first four children of William Maltby were: Ja n e , b . 1 669, John, b.1670, Mary, b. 1672, and William , b . 1 67 3 . I think it is usual to findthat the younge r chi ldre n a r e born with an interval of two or threeyea rs, he nce E liza be th, three years after William, and Dan iel, th reeyea rs af te r Elizabeth. Were it not for the fa ct tha t Elizabe th nam e s hereldest child Rachel, it migh t see m that Hanna h (Hosm er ) Willard weremother of Eliza beth a nd Daniel.

Thorough research has brought me record of Hanna h a s w i f e of WilliamMaltby earlier that "27 Feb. 1685 w her e he r f at her, Thomas Hosmer ofHartford, gives to hi s "Da ughte r Ha nna h Malby # 18, which is the Reversiodu e me ou t of t he es tat e of Josiah Willard of Wethersfiel d. To my son-in- law, M alb y # 5, etc." Pr. 1 Sept. 1687 . In 1687-8 . Mar . 7. Chur chMe mbers, Branford. "Wm. Mal tby - Hanna h Maltby " and--- 1 689-9 0. HannahMaltbie an d William Malt bie witne ss a deed o f Joh n Yale, at Branf ord. Shemust ha ve died b y 1692, as Sa muel M altby, son o f William and Ab igailBisho p Maltby was b orn Aug . 7, 169 3, at Branford . No other re cord ofHannah M altby ha s be en found insofa r as I can lear n.

No record of Williams marriage to Hannah could be f o u n d a t Branford, Wethersfield, Hartford, or Northampto n , w he re T homas Hosmer resided.Returning to Branford Re co rds , Vo l. I . (p. 144) Dec. 11, 1679. "WilliamMaltby e wa s cho sen c onsta ble for ye ensueing year." (p. 397 ) Dec . 29,167 9. Wm . Malt by drew "No. 1, for a cow past ure. " (p. 398 ) "also l ot No.4 ." (p. 146) Feb. 13, 1679- 80 . Wm. Maltb y and Joh n Frisbi e are appoint-ed auditor s a nd collectors . He wa s also on e of the committee to h ir e andpay a carp enter fo r buildin g a barn for Mr. Math ers , at town expens e."(p. 16 2) Dec. 8 , 1680.

He was appointed to see that someone "performs his enga g e m e nts." (p. 308)Mar. 31, 1681. "Wm. Maltbye, and oth er s , c ho sen to appoint what housesshall be fortified wh e n th ey j udg e there is occasion for it, and toappoint w h o shal l bel on g to each house. (p. 310) May 30, 1681. " Ap pointed to vie w t wo lots of land." (New Haven Colony R ec. , p. 82 ) (Sept . 7,1 681. At a towne meeting Sept. y e 7 , 1681, Mr . Barker , Mr . Maltbye andThomas Harrison a re a ppointed t o sit in t he 2n d seat in the meeting hous eupo n Sabbath da yes and oth er pub lique dayes and thos e thre e men areappoi nted to sea t ever y man and women i n the to wn, viz: to app oint whereth ey shal l sit in th e meeting h ouse upon thos e days." (Note . Thesese ating s were assigne d in accordanc e with rank or i mportanc e . Possiblythe min isters family h ad the first seat .) (B ranfo rd Rec., Vol . I) (p. 92)"Feb . 1, 1681-2. Mr. Ed war d Barker , Mr. Will iam Maltbye an d Samuel Pond wre chos e n Townsmen f or th e yearensuing." ( p. 99) "1681. Dee d of D aniel Swaine , m entions land bound edwith William M altbye o n ye S. E." ( p . 94) "Feb. 7, 1681 -2. The town h avegiven Wi lliam Maltb y e a small parcell o f land, abou t half an acre, joining G eorg e Pages house lot , and rang ing with his fence . Joh n Frisbie and George Pag e are app oint- ed to lay it ou t . (p. 104-8) " Mar. 14,1681 -2. Ap pointed to view the gen e ral fences; als o "to lay o ut la nd byGeorge Pages." (p . 106 ) William Maltb y gives hi s r easons for decliningth e offic e of fence viewer . (p. 10 1 ) 1681-2.

A deed of Robert Footes, "With William Maltbye on the e a s t . " (P. 108)Mar. 31, 1682. Wm. Maltby and George Pag e : " th ei r choice of plowland isat the head of Brushy pl ai n, o n y e w estward side of Connecticut pathbetween th e hi ll a n d a rund le of water, that runs in- to ye beave rswam p. A ls o a choic e of cow pasture." (P. 412) May 16 , 1682.

He was appointed, with others, "to act in the matter r e g a r ding Mr.Fordham of Long Island." (Note. Mary Malt b y , b . 16 73, only dau. of John(1) Maltby, and niece o f Wi ll ia m Maltb y, mar. 1689, Major Joseph Fordhamof Sou thamp ton , L .I. Prob ably the above was Rev. Robert Fordh am).(B ranf or d Rec., Vol . II.) (P. 2) "June 26, 1682. W illia m Maltb yp urchased lan d from Nathaniel Foot." 1682 . "Mr . Willia m Ma wbley and Noa hRogers are presented fo r Freem an." May . 168 2. (The follow ing from Mrs.Cushman s notes , had no da tes, b ut immediatel y follow the abov e record) .(P. 36) "T he tow n gives Wm. Mal tbie 2 acre s on the wes t side of th e waytha t leads to his f ield. " (P. 58) "A c ow pasture i s laid ou t for Wm.Maltbi e a t pipe staffe hil l." (See hi s Will). (P . 62) The to wn give shim "3 or 4 a cres, part ro cky, adjoini ng his la nd." (P. 62 ) "He isch osen among thr ee townsmen f or th e ensuing year. " (P. 36 ) "Appointed,wit h others, to v ie w a parcel of land. " "16 82. May. He wa s proposed forFr e eman and in October w a s ad- mitted a fre eman of the Co lony ." (RalphD. Smith) . (P . 106) "At a Tow ne meeting , Mar. 2 7, 1682, George T yler wa schosen. Mr. M altbye h aving give n his reasons fo r dissisti ng his work." Note . From 1672 unt il Mch. 27, 16 82, the nam e of Willia m Ma ltby appearsupon t he records e very year.

From 1682 until 1685 I find no mention of him . D i d h e g o to England?Whereas it does not seem likely , i t wi ll n ot d o to omit mention of apedigree of Brough , co mpile d b y Charl es Langley Maltby of England in1909 . Th e pedigr ee b egins wi th Richard Brough and wife Jane --o f Shelton,N otts. " The She lton Register gives them fo ur c hildren, viz : Geor ge, b.1631 ; Anne, b. 1633; Abigai l, b . 1635; and "M ary, ba pt. 20 Mar . 1636,mar. Willia m Maltb y, 1682." Nothi ng furth er of Ann e or Mary. Georg eBrough , b. 1631, d. 170 8, and wa s father o f Jane Broug h who ma rried atShelton, 1 682, Willi am Maltby , of Grato n, Notts . Abigail b. 1635, m ar. atShelt on, 1688 , Thoma s Socker . The Graton Maltbys th ought it wa s the NewE ngl and Willi am Maltby who married Ma ry Brough i n 1682 . I t is of cou rsepossible that our Will iam Maltby w en t to Engl and an d married her in 1682, but i n any cas e i t is evident t her e were no children by this m arriage .Retur ning to New En g land. Feb. 27, 1685.

The Will of Thomas Hosmer of Hartford, Conn., mention s " d a u ghter HannahMalby" and "son-in-law Malby." Theref or e w e k no w that Hannah was his wifeby 1685. (Colonia l Rec . o f Con n. , Vol. III, p. 168). "May 14, 1585. Mr. Wm. Ma ulb y and L ieu t. Eli Stint were elected deputies f rom Bra nfor d."(Sava ge G en. Dist). This work calls Hanna h Hosmer , wid . of Josi ahWil lard, "wife of William Maltb y in 1686 ." (Co l. Rec. Co nn., V ol. III, p.195). May 13 , 1686. Re -electe d deputy. ( p. 208 ) July 6, 1686. Elec teddeputy t o Specia l Court. (p . 211) J uly 28, 1686. Me mber of Gene ralCourt . (p. 214) O ct. 14, 16 86. Membe r of General Co urt. "Oct . 11, 1686,th e town agree d to a pply to the Gene ral Cour t at Hartford fo r permission t o embody into a chu rch estat e, such as were s uitable s ubjec ts.

Wm. Maltbye was chosen one of the delegates and hi s n a m e i s among theseappended to the petition." Mrs. Cu shm a n wr ote : "We saw the original paperand the autograp h o f o ur an cest er among the Esclesiastical Records. (Vo l.Il , pp . 84,8 5). " See also "Colonial Records, p. 216. " Th e pet ition w asgr anted. They had previously, Apri l 12, 1 686, g iven Mr . Samu el Russell,a son of Rev. Joh n Russel l of Had ley, (wh o shelt ered the regicide Goffe) Mass., an d a gradu ate of Ha rvard, a n invitation to sett le with th em asthei r ministe r and he ha d given an answe r in the af firmativ e on the 12t hof Sept. 16 87. (Branfor d Church Man ual, p. 1 2); also "Gil lettsSemi-Con t??nial , p. 10). "I t was in th e large south p arlor of hisdw ell ing that th e convention o f ministers me t to found Yal e C ollege. Hew as one of the t rustees. It wa s during hi s paster ate tha t the towndivide d into Old and N orth Bra nford, and a fte r a time the latte r set offa part o f it s people who for m ed a third societ y called Northford." ( Ibid., pp. 11-12) . No te.

The following notes on the Rose family may be of inte r e s t . (Hist. ofSouthampton, L.I.) "John Rose of Southam pt o n , L. I. from whom all Rosethere are descended." (N . E . H . G en. R eg., July 1898, p. 377)

The Will of Rev. Martin Simpson of Hackney, Middlese x , E n g . 1664/5mentions, "John Rose of Southton, New Eng la nd f o r t ransporting of hisniece Hester Simeon." (Colo nia l Rec . , Vol . IV) "1686-7. Jan. 26. WilliamMaltby w a s a membe r o f a Sp ecial Court." (p. 227) Mar. 30, 168 6/ 7.Membe r o f a Specia l Court. (Branford Rec., Vol. II , p . 36) "Ma rc h 1687.The to wn have given to Mr. Wm. Mal tb y two acre s o f land on the we st sideof the way that l ead s to the fi el d of John White- he ads land at ScotchCa p, a nd have appo int ed Jno. Whitehead an d Jhno. Rose t o lay i t out. Thetow n ha ve appointed Mr. Malt bie, Ensig n Harris on and Samue l Bradf ield toview a parcel o f lan d near dod s swamp wh. W illiam H oadley desires thegra i n of and the y are to make r eport the reof to the town. " (Ne w HavenRec ords) "William M altbie, Co mmissioner an d Justic e of Peac e, performedthe f ollowing ma rriages. ( p. 98) 169 2 . 2 marriages. (p . 99) " 1 " (p.1 15) 16 9 8 1 " (p.136) 170 2 2 " (p.144)1 70 6 2 "

"From 1687 to 1689," writes Mrs. Cushman, "I can f i n d n o m ention of thename of William Maltby." The ques ti o n ari ses , was he elsewhere? Barbadosor England? (Bar nfo r d Recor d? ) "1689-90. Hannah Maltbie and WilliamMalt bi e w itnes s a de ed of John Yale." (New Haven County Cou rt , Vol . II., p. 1)

"May 26, 1689. In the 10 year of King William. Wm. M a l t b ie, withothers, was commissioned Justice of the Pea c e , et c. , by Governor Win-throp." (See "Winthrop Paper s , 1 666-7 ) . "Mr. Malbye on his journey toNew York," i. e . Joh n Malb y b rother of William. Also 1671, "Mr. Malb y s arriv al saf e a t Nevis." (John Malby)."

"On Oct. 6, 1691. The list of estates for the colo n y w e r e 321 persons,# 15,622,00s,00d. This Court appoy n t Cap t n . Niccols, Mr. Maltby, Mr.Eliphalet Hill and M r . John C ha pm an to be a committee to perfect the saydli st s that ar e i mpe rfect and to return them to the Court. " " Aug. 7,169 3 . Samu el, son of Mr. Wm. Maltby, b. at B ranf ord." (Not e . As Samue l was a son of Abigail Bishop , wido w of John T al lmadge, w e know Hannah(Hosmer) Willa rd mus t have been d ea d by 1692 . I do not think her dea thor Wi lliams marriag e t o Abigai l have ever been found).

William Maltbie is buried in the Old Cemetery in Bran f o r d . His grave is on the right hand side facing the o l d s ec ti on, about 100 yards (abt. 90meters) down near t h e fen ce . H is name is spelled Maltbei on the stone.B y hi s side , l ays A bigail Bishop Maltbie.


General Notes for Child John Maltbie

By 1699 we have a record calling John Maltby "of Sayb r o o k ." (Branford Rec. Vol. II, p. 129; also, New Have n Co un t y C ourt Record Vol. II, p. 3).

"March 15, 1699. I, John Maltbie of Saybrook, s e l l t o m y honored father, Wm. Maltbie of Branford, fo r t h e su m o f # 8, a piece of land, etc. Acknowledged b efo r e Wm. M altb ie, Justice Peace.

(Branford Rec. Vol. II, p. 44) "John Maltbie, among ot h e r s , receives 8 acres in Branford and promises to impr o v e it . " (Branford Annals) "March 21, 1700. John Mault b i e remov e s to New London, and sells to his father, Wil li am ." (Ne w Lo ndon County Court Files, of 1703)

"1703. The Constable to summon Capt. Thomas Avery o f S a y b rook to answer Benjamin Lord of the same, for, an d i n b eh al f of himself as a lawful attorney for his bro ther s an d s ist ers. James Lord, Susanna Lord, (relict an d Adm tx) o f he r la te husband Samuel Lord, late of Saybr ook, * John H obso n in t he right of his wife Dority and D aniel L ord an d Joh n Maltb y and right of his wife Hannah , and El izabet h Lord , lawfull y begotten of the body o f our honor ed moth er Lydi a Lord, a s legatees of their h onored fathe r Mr. Wi lliam Lo rd, late o f Saybrook, by hi s last will i n Septemb er 1703. " *(Lord Mon ograph by Mrs . Salisbury gi ves this n ame as "H opson" - whic h is evid ently correct).

(Branford Rec. Vol. IV, p. 246) "Sept. 30, 1713. He n r y C o ok of Branford deeds to John Maltbie of Saybrook , ' fo r go o d causes and considerations,' land in Branfor d."

The will of John Maltby is dated "Mar. 11, 1727, rec o r d e d and proved Sept. 12-1727." He mentions: Wife Han n a h a n d children, John; Nathaniel; Hannah; Mary; Jane a n d D orot hy . He gave each of his daugh- ters a share i n h is m ansio n h ouse, gave his Cooper's tools and shop ; Mal t hous e; tu b an d haircloth, etc. Amount of estat e # 459 -17-2 . His w ife H annah was executrix. Samuel W illard w itness ed John' s will . He was a son of John Mal tby's ste p-mothe r, by he r 1st hu sband, Josiah Will- ard . Samue l Willar d resided i n Saybroo k. The will was pro bated a t Guilford . The compi ler has ne ver seen a copy.

Children of John and Hannah (Lord) Maltby. III.10 . J o h n M altby, b. Sept. 10, 1698. (Saybrook Rec.) Vol . II , p. 34 . II I.11. Nathaniel Maltby, b. Dec. 29 , 1 7 0 0 " " Vol . II, p.34. III.12. William " b . Ju l y 6 , 170 3 " " Vol. II, p.34. (Not livin g 172 7 w he n John m ade his will). III.13. Hannah Maltby , b. Se pt . 18 , 1704 (Sa ybrook Rec.) Vol. II, p.540. III .14. M a r y " b. July 18 , 1708 " " " " " III .15 . J an e " b. Ma y 1710 " " " " " III.16 . D or ot h y " b. April 20, 1715 " " " " "

Note. In 1730, the executrix of John Maltby's will i s m e n t ioned as "Hannah Hodgkin." Ralph D. Smith wrote : "Jo hn ' s w idow mar. Joseph Hodg- kin." Another recor d reads : " Jo hn' s widow, Hannah, mar. Jan. 17, 1730, Abr aham Hod gkin ."o ve r Pilgrims Harbor."


General Notes for Child Daniel Maltbie Sr.

From Maltby-Maltbie Genealogy, by Dorothy Maltby Verri l l:

Daniel Maltbie/Maltby, son of William was a farmer b y o c c u pation. Whenhis father died, he l eft most of th e la n d a n d the farm to Daniel.

Daniel, like the rest of his family, was active in t h e C o n gregationalCurch of Branford - th e same church h i s fat h e r helped found. He became a Deacon of the chur ch.

After his father died, Daniel became the legal guar d i a n o f his youngerbrother John or Jonat hon as he wa s la t e r know n.

Daniel was 18th on the list of Freeman of Branfo r d - t h i s was a marke ofcommunity distincti on and prom in ence.

According to family records, Daniel fought in the In d i a n W ars. In theinventory of his estat e a sword is li s t e d - tes timony to his militaryservice.

Daniel and Esther Moss were married at the Branford Co n g r e gationalChurch on 27 October, 17 02 by the Reveran d S am u e l Russell. Esther wasalso from a prominent famil y, h e r fa m ily bein g old friends and fellowchurch membe rs.

Daniel Maltbie is buried at the Old Burial Grounds a t B r a n ford. Hisgrave is near his fathe r and mother's . Hi s t om bs tone no longer standsdue to vandalism.

In 1700, Daniel Maltbie joined the Church at Branfo r d . " E sther Moss, who was to become hi s wife, joine d t h e ch urc h at the same time. Theywere married Oct. 27 , 17 02 . (Br anfo rd Record ). She was the daughter ofJoh n Mos s ( or Mor se) a nd Mary Lothrop.

John Moss was a son of John Moss, New Haven Planters A s s o c iation, June4, 1639. Born in Eng land, 1604. Mem b e r o f 1 st General Court, 1639 and1648, 1649 and 166 4 . Co rpor al, A ug. 6, 1 642; May, 1678, Commissioner.H e w as on e of t he fir st settlers of Wallingford, and die d i n 17 07 , aged1 03 year s, according to records.

Mary Lothrop was dau. of Samuel Lothrop of New Lond o n , a n d wifeElizabeth Scudder. Samuel w as a son of Re v . J oh n Lo throp who was bornat Elton, East Riding of Yo rk shir e , Engla nd, in 15 84. He was bred atOxford, grad . Q ueen ' s College , 1605, and mar. Hannah Howse of Eastw ell , Co . Ke nt. Rev . John was son of Thomas Lothrop o r Lowt hropp , o f CherryBur ton, Yorks, and wif e Mary; h e son o f Rober t Lo wttrop and w ife Ellen,and he son of J ohn Lowt hrope li vin g in early 16t h century at Cherry Bu rton, a p arishfou r mil es from Lowth r op, where in 154 8 his name a ppears o n theYo rkshire Subsid y roll.

(Branford Rec., Vol. I, p. 224) "June 14, 1703. Dan i e l M a ltbie entered his ear mark, which is a crop onth e t o p o f bo th ears , and a hollow crop on the near ear. " (V ol . II , p . 249)

"April 12, 1705. At a meeting of the Proprietors in B r a n f ord com- mencing March 25, and closing April 12, 17 0 5 , Da ni el Maltbie desired them to give him about 2 acr e s o f sed g y land, which was granted."

In 1710, William Maltby left "to my son Daniel, al l t h a t h ouse and land where he now lives."

(New Haven Probate Rec., Vol. III, p. 235) "October , 1 7 1 0 . Daniel Maltby was appointed guardian to Jonatho n M al tb ie , minor, son of Wm. Maltbie of Branford, decea sed."

This half-brother of Daniel was then but twelve ye a r s o f a ge. Heevidently remained Daniel' s ward but a s ho r t tim e, f or, (p. 66 New HavenRec.) we find: "Jonatho n M au ltbie , Mino r, chil d of Mr. William Maultbie,lat e of B ran ford , did app ear and made choice of Mr. Edwar d Bark e r of Branf ord to b e his guardian."

Jonathon's elder brother (by the same mother) Samuel , m a r r ied ElizabethBarker in 1715. Edw ard Barker wa s he r br ot he r.

(Branford Rec., Vol. I, p. 342) "Oct. 15, 1711. In st a k i n g out lots on Mulliner's Neck, 'D.M.' was tostand f o r D an ie l Maltb ie." (Vol. III, p. 81) "Deed to Danie l Ma ltbi e f ro m Allen Ball."

This is interesting as the first Allen Ball was o n e o f t h e first settlers of New haven. H e is though t t o b e a br ot her of William Ball of New Haven, conside re d as p ossibl y fa ther of Col. JohnBall, whose dau. Ma r y B all wa s mothe r o f George Washington. The "TuttleG en ., p. 628, " states : "Th is would verif y the traditio n , or statemen t,that Jo hn Bal l who mar. Mary Tuttle wa s 2 nd cousin of W ashingt on 'smothe r."

In a list of "Freemen of Branford, 1714 to 1730," t h e n a m e of DanielMaltby is 18th on the l ist. (p. 151 ) "1 712- 1 3 . Land layed out to the Estate of Wm. Maltbi e fo r Dani e l Ma ltbie, Jan. 23, 1712-13." (p. 219) " Dee d fro m *Edwi n B arke r to Daniel Maltby inconsideration o f # 22 , 10s. " (*Th is sh ould be Edw ard Barker). (p. 221 )"1714 . Deed t o Dani el Mal tbie from Caleb Parmerly, Mar ch 26 , 1714." (N ote. Th e Parme lees were of Guilford, an d wer e from Kent C o., Engl and).

(p. 403) "April 27, 1714. Deed to Daniel Maltby b y N o a h R ogers." (p.514) "May 2, 1717. La nd layed ou t to t h e E stat e of Wm. Maltbie, Esqre.,on the pitch o f Danie l Ma ltbi e."

(Vol. IV, p. 86) "Aug. 4, 1718. Deed of John Howd * t o D a n iel Maltbie of3 acres of salt mea dow and for a noth er p ie c e of salt meadow."

Note. Benjamin Howd mar. Elizabeth Whitehead. Their d a u g h ter, ElizabethHowd, mar. Daniel H oadley--their so n , Jo h n H owd* mar. Martha Hoadley andtheir son Daniel H ow d ma r . in 1 739, Mar tha Maltby. (p. 87) "July 29,171 8 . Dee d o f John P arrish to Daniel Maltbie, of a piec e o f 5t hdi visi on land , which he had formerly bought o f sai d Malt- b ie, f or # 28. "(Note. Daniel Ma ltby's dau . Abig ail, b. 17 14, ma r. for he r 2nd husband,"Ephraim P arish o f Cheshire. ")

(Vol. IV, Branford Rec.)

"Oct. 26, 1719. (Abstract)" Deed. Samuel and Jonath o n M a l tbie ofBranford, believing our Ho nrd. Father, Wi ll m Ma lt bi e desired that ourbrother Daniel Maltbie shou l d hav e hi s ri ght in B eaver Swamp, thereforegive, etc . a ll ou r righ ts i n ye above swamp, 8 acres, etc. (p. 4 45 ) De c.7 , 1722 . Dee d. "Jonathon Maltbie of Stamford , co rdwain- e r, fo r # 130,g ives his brother , Daniel Ma ltbie , of Branf ord, 1 0 acres o f land, beingJonathon's s hare o f the hom e 1st, gi ve n him b y his father, William ." Dani el Maltbi e died Dec . 25, 1731 . Branford Rec. re ads: "Da niel Maltb ie departe d this life , Dec. ye 26, A. D. 1731 , in themorni ng."

The tombstone of Daniel Maltbie was in the Old Buryi n g G r o und ofBranford, not far from th e stones of his f at her , W il liam, and stepmother, Abigail. It was fairl y ne ar t he f enc e, and wassinking and in bad c ondition . Fo r th e Maltb y Fa mily Association I hadthe stone str aighte ned a nd prope rly c are d for. Also, a cousin wen t toBran ford a nd photog raphe d the tombstone. Unfortuna tely thi s w as s tolen,an d a grea t loss, as a friend wh o in late r years we nt to Bra nford top hotograph it , rep orted th e stone no lo nger exist ed. She w rote thatappare ntly a st reet had bee n out thro u gh and lan d evidentl y was needed to make it su fficiently br oad. Suc h vandal ism in thes e tim es isdiffi cult to unders tand, bu t I fe ar many ol d tombstones have g one, givingwa y to "impro ve ments." Th e stone read:

"Mr. Daniel Maltbie Died Dec. 25, 1731 In 53rd year."

Daniel Maltbie's widow, Esther (Moss) Maltby, mar. J u n e 1 4 , 1739, DeaconSamuel Todd, of Ne w Haven, as hi s 2 n d wif e . (Conn. Mar. Bran- ford). The"Tuttle Gen., " p. 3 25 , stat es : mar. "June 20th." New Haven Rec. read s: "Mr s . Esthe r Mal tby of Branfordand Mr. Samuel Tod d , Jun. , ma r. Jun e 10, 17 39." The will of Daniel Maltb ie was fo und i n the G uilford P robate Re- cords,Vol. II , p. 436, b y Mis s Ethel L ord Scofie ld, and copied by he r, and als o the in ventory o f his estate.

Abstract of the will of Daniel Maltbie. "Last Will o f D a n i el Maltbie of Branford, in County of New Haven an d Co lo n y o f Connecticut in New England, Yeoman, made th is Tw en t y Seco nd Day of December, Anno Domini, 1731 . I give a n d Be questh e unto my Dearly beloved wife, Est her, one th ir d o f all m y Houseing, Lands and Personal E state, afte r m y jus t debt s are paid; the real Estate Du ring Life an d th e pers onal fo rever.

2ndly. I give and bequesthe unto my three sons, Jos e p h , D aniel and Benjamin, all Houseing and Lands and ri g h t o f Lan ds, to be equally Divided between them includ i n g my W ives ' third part in each parcel. If any of my s a i d Sons sh oul d Decease before he is twenty one then t h e Su r- vivor s of m y sons shall have the Same equally b et wee n them an d shall p ay to each of my Daughters in mo ne y o r equivalen t thereto o ne Sixth part of that part o f m y Es tate which D id by righ t Belong to the Deceased . An d my so n Joseph to h ave his par t in my Housing an d Homes tead.

3rdly. My will is that Each of my Daughters, Esther , A b i g ail and Martha shall have out of my Personal Esta te i nc lu di ng what each of them has already had and by M e se t ou t t o a ny of them the Sum of one Hundred and thi rty p ound s api ec e and if my Personal Estate be not Suff icien t to m ake u p th e Sum then to be Equally made up t o eac h of the m by Ea ch o f my Sons Surviving and in Cas e any o f my Daug hters sh oul d Decease before She arriv e at Lawfu ll age t o Receive h er P art in my Estate as ab ove then th at part s hall be Equa lly D ivided Between m y Surviving Ch ildren.

4thly. If my Personal Estate after my Just Debts an d W i d o ws thirds be taken out be more than enough to Sat is f y m y Da ughters Each one her part as above then the r ema in de r shal l be Equally divided between my Sur- vivin g Da ugh ter s.

I ordain my well beloved wife Esther and my Son Jo s e p h t o be Executers of this my last will and testamen t , et c . etc . . .In witness where- of I have hereunto S e t my ha n d and S eal the day and year above written. Dan ie l Maltbi e . Signed , Sealed, published and Declared b y y e said Dani e l Maltbi e as his Last will and Testamen t i n presence o f u s Subscrib ers. Josiah Frisbie, Uzal l Ward ell, Samuel M altb ie." Branfo rd January 8th 1731-2

"Then Personally appeared Capt. Samuel Maltbie, Mr . U z a l l Wardell and made Oath that they Saw Mr. Danie l Malt bi e , L ate of Branford, Dec'd. Sign, Seal and Decl are thi s I ns trum ent to be his Last Will and Testament a nd tha t the y wi th Mr . Josiah Frisbie did then Signe the reunt o in hi s pres ence a s witnesses Judging him to be o f Soun d mind a nd Clea r under - standing at ye time there of. Bef ore me, J no. Russ ell, Jus . Pac.

Note. In Daniel Maltby's will, 1731, there is no me n t i o n of Mary, b. 1703, Branford; nor of William, b. 17 0 5 , Br an ford; nor of John, b. 1722. It is evident tha t Ma r y lef t n o descendant or Daniel would have mentione d hi s g randch ild . Mary would have been 28 years old i n 1731 . De acon Ch arle s Foote in his MS. Genealogy of Ma ltby (p . 17 , Maltby- Moreh ouse Family) states, "Mary, (d au. of D aniel ) mar. --- - Good rich." This may well be t he case , as w e find: "Jul y 5, 173 0, Capt. Malbie's dee d from Go odrich . Land in Lit chfield f rom William Goodr ich of Cop ateneck , in ye provinc e of Mass . Bay, Yeoman , lately o f Litchfie ld, to Samuel Ma lt- bie o f Branford , of severa l parcels o f land in the Cre tch of Ban tam o r Mill Rive r for # 220. ( Litchfield Rec., V ol. I, p. 5 9 6)"

Daniel's son William evidently never married; and Dan i e l ' s son John would have been but nine years of age i n 1 73 1- -- hence must have died in his boyhood.

(The complete will of Daniel Maltbie was printed i n t h e " M altby- Maltbie History, pp. 280, 281). Abstrac t o f th e In ve ntory of Daniel Maltbie. (Guilford Probat e Rec ., Vo l. II , p . 451).


William Maltbie



Husband William Maltbie 1

           Born: 20 Jun 1731
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William Harrison Maltbie



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Zacheus Maltbie and Jerusha Rose



Husband Zacheus Maltbie 1

           Born: 10 Jun 1753 - Branford, CT
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         Father: Daniel Maltbie Jr. (1715-1776) 1
         Mother: Mary Harrison (1718-After 1765) 1


       Marriage: 10 May 1777 - Branford, CT




Wife Jerusha Rose 1

           Born: 24 Oct 1758 - Branford, CT
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         Father: Samuel Rose (1716-1795) 1
         Mother: Patience Frisbie (1728-After 1766) 1





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1 F Lucretia Maltbie 1

           Born: 1783
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         Spouse: Nathaniel Holt (      -      ) 1
           Marr: 5 May 1798



2 F Jerusha Maltbie 1

           Born: 7 Dec 1783 - Branford, CT
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           Died: After 1836 - Cold Water, MI
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         Spouse: Jehiel Bartholomew (1780-      ) 1
           Marr: 22 Sep 1800 - Branford, CT



3 F Molly Rose Maltbie 1

           Born: 7 Dec 1783 - Branford, CT
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         Spouse: Jedidiah Tucker (      -      ) 1



4 F Sabra Maltbie 1

           Born: 5 May 1787 - Evans, Erie County, NY
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         Spouse: Jesse Bradley Bartholomew (1788-      ) 1
           Marr: 12 Feb 1812 - Dryden, Tompkins Coonline



5 F Patience Maltbie 1

           Born: 6 Aug 1791
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6 M Zacheus Maltbie 1

           Born: 25 May 1794 - Branford, CT
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         Spouse: Sarah J. (1797-1868) 1



7 M Samuel Rose Maltbie 1

           Born: 22 Feb 1797 - Norfork, CT
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           Died: 31 Jan 1852 - North Evans, Erie County, NY
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         Spouse: Phebe Bartholomew (1793-1875) 1
           Marr: 1 Sep 1814 - CT



8 M Johnathan Maltbie 1

           Born: 10 Oct 1799
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         Spouse: Ann (1799-1886) 1



9 F Sarah Matilda Maltbie 1

           Born: 9 Aug 1807
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General Notes (Husband)

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.


General Notes for Child Samuel Rose Maltbie

Samuel and his wife, Phoebe, were among the earliest s e t t l er of the Evans, Erie County, New York area. They w e r e me mb ers of The First Congregational Church of Evan s w he re h e an d his wife are buried. Very little else i s kno w n abou t him . He was probably a farmer, raising c rop s o f berries , grap es, and vegetables as well as live stoc k. T he Indian s fro m a local reservation helped hi m harve st hi s crops.


Zacheus Maltbie



Husband Zacheus Maltbie 1

           Born: 19 Aug 1774 - Norfolk, CT
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         Mother: Margaret Munson (Abt 1744-      ) 1


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Alice Diana Maltby



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Alexander Roe and Caroline Jane Maltby



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         Mother: Sylvia Harris





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2 M Edward Frederick John Roe (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M James Roe (details suppressed for this person)

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Francis Maltby



Husband Francis Maltby 1

           Born: Abt 1848
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         Mother: Cordella Oakes (      -      ) 1


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Frank H. Maltby and Lillian Wright



Husband Frank H. Maltby 1

           Born: 2 Apr 1882 - Buffalo, Erie County, NY
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         Father: Frank Adelbert Maltby (1854-1936) 1
         Mother: Mary Maria Horton (1852-1926) 1


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Wife Lillian Wright 1

           Born: 18 Sep 1889 - Buffalo, Erie County, NY
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1 M Robert Maltby (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Ralph C. Maltby 1

           Born: 8 Apr 1908 - Buffalo, Erie County, NY
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George De Blaquiere Maltby



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Harriet Maltby



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         Father: Frank Adelbert Maltby (1854-1936) 1
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Harry Maltby



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James Riley Maltby and Katherine Wiseman



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Wife Katherine Wiseman 1

           Born: 13 Dec 1839
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   Other Spouse: Henry H. Maltbie (1819-1898) 1



James Riley Maltby and Katherine Wiseman



Husband James Riley Maltby 1

           Born: 4 Aug 1859
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Jessie Maltby



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         Father: Frank Adelbert Maltby (1854-1936) 1
         Mother: Mary Maria Horton (1852-1926) 1





John Maltby



Husband John Maltby 1

           Born: Abt 1455 - Ingham, England
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1 M William Maltby 1

           Born: 1485 - Ingham, England
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         Spouse: Isabelle Jackson (Abt 1490-After 1510) 1
           Marr: Abt 1509 - London, Middlesex County, England





John Maltby



Husband John Maltby 1

           Born: 1427 - Ingham, England
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1 M John Maltby 1

           Born: Abt 1455 - Ingham, England
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Sources


1 J. Feagin, Gedcom from J. Feagin.