V.239. Chandler Maltby, b. April 28, 1779, at Goshen, Conn., (Jos.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. in 1801, Sabra Cook, b. Mch. 16, 1777; d. April 29, 1833. He was a farmer and resided near Watertown, N. Y.
A letter from G. W. Maltby of Buffalo, N.Y., states: "My grand- father Chandler Maltby had two brothers, Joseph and Grove. He moved from Carthage, N.Y., near Watertown, to a place called Pittsford, N.Y., near Rochester, in 1812. He afterwards moved to West Henrietta, N.Y., about 8 miles from Rochester. I do not remember ever meeting Grove (5).
I noticed the other day when I was in Waterford, in the County Clerk's office that my grandfather Chandler (5), sold some property in 1806, to a man named Bronson or Brunson, of West Rutland, N.Y. This may have been his "nephew-in-law."
"Chandler Maltby was above 6 feet high," writes Henry F. Malt- by, of Brighton, Michigan.
Children: VI.621. Harriet Maltby, b. Dec. 12, 1802. VI.622. Chandler " b. Feb. 17,1804. VI.623. Lyman " b. Mar. 28, 1808; d. Apr. 11, 1808. VI.624. Maria " b. Apr. 9, 1811. VI.625. Orin " b. Jan. 27, 1813. VI.626. Sabra " b. Dec. 11, 1815.
Family Group SheetGrove Cynthia INGALSBY - code CFE-BD
V.240. Grove Maltby, b. May 3, 1782, bpt. Canaan, Conn., Aug.15, 1782 (Jos.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Oct. 9, 1805, Cynthia Ingleby. He d. Feb. 27, 1821. His widow mar. a Mr. Dayton and died June 15, 1856 (Rec. from Family bible). He was a farmer and at one time lived near Brighton, Mich. Descendants still in this vicinity. In early life he resided near Rochester, N. Y. "One dau. mar. a gentleman from South Rutland, N. Y."
Children: VI.627. Alma Maltby, b. Aug. 31, 1806. VI.628. Sylvia " b. Jan. 5, 1809. VI.629. Maynard " b. July 15, 1810. VI.630. Almon " b. Dec. 27, 1814. VI.631. Betsey " b. Mar. 22, 1821. VI.632. Richard " *Almon Maltby wrote: "Joseph (5) Maltby was a Baptish Preacher. Chandler " " " " farmer. Erastus " " " " Tavern keeper. Grove " " " " farmer."
Jerome B. Maltby7 wrote: "Grandfather's father was Erastus Maltby. He came from Canaan, Conn., I think."
Almon (6) Maltby wrote: "Erastus Maltby was a tavern keeper."
Another descendant writes: "Mother spoke of Erastus, saying he was Grandfather's youngest brother, and he did not have any child- ren by his first wife, but she did not know if he had any by his second wife. If there were any, it must have been after she came to Michigan.