Note. Apparently there were eight children as Edin (or Adin) had 2/9 and the rest 1/9th. *As Ebenezer Kasson Knapp was born "12-6-1763," and Huldah, dau. of Noah and Huldah Maltby was born in 1771, it seems certain it was not the widow Huldah, as Noah was born in 1744. He died in Onondago Valley, N. Y. (See further).
Salisbury, Litchfield Co., as at the N.W. corner of Conn. On my atlas, about five air miles East of Salisbury is a place called "Maltby's Siding." It is due North of Falls Village.
Children of Noah and Huldah Maltby. V.260. Huldah Maltby, bp. Sept. 22, 1771 (Salisbury Ch. Rec.) V.261. Edin " bp. Mch 22, 1773 " " " V.262. Noah " b. Nov. 24, 1774 V.263. Frederick " b. Dec. 4, 1776 V.264. Daughter " (?) Polly? V.265. Daughter Salome? V.266. Daughter Sophia? V.267. John Maltby b. Feb. 13, 1786 (Woodbury Rec.)
Note. V.264. Was she Mary? A Mary Maltby was second wife of Isaac Peck of Watertown, Conn., he born 1782. They had children: Jeremiah, Frederick and Lemuel.
As the name of the wife of Joseph Maltby is not known, is it possible that she was a Crittenden, of Lenox, sells to Joseph in 1776, and in 1779, Huldah Crittenden witnesses a Lenox deed of Joseph's younger brother, William Maltby. Susanna Crittenden of Durham, mar. in 1744/5 Benjamin Merriman of Walling- ford. Here may be a clue to the name of the unknown wife in the Crittenden family.
Noah Maltby, another brother of Joseph, above had a wife Huldah-- whose surname is unknown. They named their eldest child Huldah, b. in 1771 at Salisbury, Conn. Noah made his will in 1785.
IV.84. Jonathan Maltby, b. July 10, 1746; bapt. Aug. 24, 1746, at Branford. (Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Dec. 8, 1769, Lydia Bartholomew, b. Aug. 18, 1748. (Bartholomew Genealogy).
(Goshen Statistics and Family Hist., by Lewis M. Norton, Vol. I, p. 548-9)
"Jonathan Maltbie--Once lived in the old house now occupied by Samuel Miles, on the north side of the old road, about three or four miles west from Goshen Meeting house. He mar. Lydia Bartholomew, eldest daughter of Josiah Bartholomew, previous to Feb. 13, 1773.
He and his wife were both in Lenox, Mass., Jan. 6, 1783. It seems they owned lands in the south-west part of this town, derived, probably, through her father.
It is said that the following were their children: Jonathan, Alice, Lydia, Jesse, Patty B., Betsy, George. Lydia married ---- Larribee."
Jonathan's Rev. War service follows: (From M. Olin, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Mass.)
"Jonathan Malby, residence not given, as serving as a Private, in a company commanded by Capt. Josiah Yale* of Lee or Lenox, in 1781, on an alarm at Stillwater. Enlisted: Oct. 10, 1781; discharge: Oct. 20, 1781. Service 12 days. Company marched from Lee and Lenox