Maltby Ninth Generation Genealogy

Hugh F. Barber, b. May 18, 1891 (Geo.A.Barber 8, Rachel M.7, David 6, Wm.5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). m. Oct. 8, 1913, Alice M. Brown, b. Dec. 25, 1892.

CFE-DCA-dBA-a. Helen G. Barber, b. July 24, 1914, North Fairfield, Huron
           Co., Ohio.  She taught 4th grade school. Mar. autumn of
           1940, Robert Murray. Res. (1939) 112 Main St., Willard,
           Ohio. The Murrays, 1953 res, 14833 Hilliard Road,
           Lakewood 7, Ohio.

CFE-DCH-CDB. George Edward Maltby, b. Apr. 13, 1916 (Oliver B.8, Franklin 7, Benj.Wm.6, Wm.5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. March 20, 1943, Mildred Jane Derr. He is an electrical engineer with General Electric Company. Res. (1954) 1126 Sumner Ave., Schenectady, New York.

CFE-DCH-CDB-a. Elizabeth Shearon Maltby, b. Oct. 15, 1944.
CFE-DCH-CDB-B. Brant Derr           "    b. Jan. 5, 1947.

CFE-DCH-ECA. Dr. Mareus Maltby, M.D., b. Sep. 3, 1920 (Bruton 8, Ed.B.7, Wm.6, Wm.5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Attended William Jewel College, Liberty, Mo., graduated 1941 from Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University (Chemical Engineer). With the Dupont Company. Member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Enlisted July, 1942, World War II. Called, Jan. 1943, went to San Antonio, Texas, SiReston, Mo., Independence, Kansas, the July 1943, again to San Antonio for another nine weeks (the length of residence at these various training cen- ters). Passed as a "pilot" in Air Force.

Married June 26, 1943, Sherrelyn Saurer, dau. of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saurer of Bloomington, Illinois, at the First Presbyterian Church, Independence, Kansas, in the evening. Dr. David VanCleave officiating. The bride's name "Sherrilyn" is a family name with the "yn" added. Her mother and Buffalo Bill both belong to the Cody family. Sherrilyn was born about 1921 or 1922, "a perfect blonde and quite tall." "Mareus is tall and dark." (Newspaper clipping)

"Lieut. Maltby Selected.

First Lieut. Mareus Maltby has been specially selected for four-engine bomber pilot training and has been transferred to the Liberal, Kansas, Army Air Field for instruction in flying Liberator