Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

Abigail Munger's father, Reuben, was son of Ebenezer (3), John (2), Nicholas (1).

    Children of Benjamin Maltby and Abigail Munger.
V.295.  Simeon Maltby, b. Nov. 20, 1772.
V.296.  Benjamin  "    b. May, or June 7, 1773.
V.297.  Abigail   "    b. Feb. 19, 1775.
V.298.  Jacob     "    b. Nov. 11, 1776.
V.299.  Ammi      "    b. June 26, 1779.
V.300.  Hannah    "    b. Apr. 16, 1781; bp. June 3.  Norfolk.
V.301.  Elon      "    b. Mar. 8, 1783, bp. Aprl. 27    "
V.302. *Louis     "    bp. May 18, 1788; d. Jan. 1794, Norfolk.
                       (acc. to brother Daniel Maltby)
V.303.  Nathaniel Harrison Maltby, b. Mar. 1, 1786; bp. June 4, Norfolk
V.304.  Julia                "     b. Oct. 17, 1790.
V.305.  Daniel               "     b. April 3, 1793, bp. May 25,   "
V.306.  Jesse                "     b. Mch. 9, 1797, bp. June 3,    "
    Note.  Norfolk Records give: "Child of Benjamin Maltby died
anon. Jan. 1785.  As nearly as can be learned "Louis" was "Lois."

IV.92. Zacheus Maltby, b. June, 1754, at Northford (?), (Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). He was of Branford in 1775 (Rev. War. Rec.) and 1776, according to his father's will, also in 1781, (see Deed of his mother).

    Norfolk Rec., from Mrs. Howard Williston Carter, states:
    "Zacheus Maltbie bought land in Norfolk, Conn., June 12, 1781."
    "Zacheus and Jerusha Maltbie joined the Church of Christ of
Norfolk, Nov. 16, 1783."
    Miss Ethel Lord Scofield found that the wife of Zacheus was
"Jerusha Rose."
    In 1783 "Jerusha Maltbie, adult, was bapt."
    Also, 1783 (Norfolk Rec. Vol. III). "Zacheus Maltbie and Jerusha
removed to Vermont."
(First Census of United States, 1790) gives:
    "Zacheus Maltbie.  Litchfield, Litchfield
     1 male over 16
     1 male under 16
     1 female."

In 1797. "Zacheus Maltby buys land at Lee, Mass., in which he is described as "of New Marlborough, Mass." This is only a fairly long drive from Norfolk.

    In 1800, he is called "of Lee Hatter."

Rev. Jonathan (4) Maltby wrote of him" "--Cousin Zacheus Maltby, brother to Deacon Benjamin, died about ten years ago." (Letter is dated "Oct. 31, 1845," which would make his death about 1835) "in Eden, State of New York. Know not but that his widow is still liv- ing. They had three daughters and three sons:--Jerusha, Lucretia, Sabrina, Zacheus, Samuel and Jonathan, all living."

The Rev. War Service of Zacheus, follows:

"First Regt. General Wooster, 1775. Recruited in New Haven, Conn. Raised on first call for troops by General, in April--May, 1775. Marched to New York latter part of June and encamped at Harlem. Took part in operations above Lake George and Champlain.