Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

VI.1013.  William Tyler, died young.
VI.1014.  Elizabeth  "   died aged 14.
VI.1015.  Caroline   "   died young.
VI.1016.  Lydia      "   b. 1817; d. Oct. 30, 1865, aged 48.
VI.1017.  Rebecca Knowles Tyler, b. 1819; d. 1852.

V.370. Jacob Maltby Tyler, b. Aug. 1, 1782 (Abigail 4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Mar. Jan. 19, 1806, Huldah Stannard, dau. of Ephraim Stannard of Saybrook, Conn., and Huldah Blatchley; he son of Elijah and Martha (Bushnell) Stannard; he son of William and Mary (Wright) Stannard. (Ref. Boston Transcript).

Mr. Lambert D. Tyler, son of David Moss Tyler, wrote: "He came from New Haven or East Haven, Conn., settled on a piece of land in the township of Lisle, Broome Co., N.Y. State, about the year 1837 or 1840. He was always known as Jacob M. Tyler and his occupation was breaking young steers to teamwork.

He was a wonderful man, and when I was a little fellow I have known him to break as many as six pair of steers at a time. His farm was located on a hill west of Lisle and four miles south of Mara- than, N.Y. I have heard residents of Marathan say that they had heard him hallow "Whoa" of still mornings when he was talking to his cattle, a distance of four miles.

The descendants from Jacob Maltby Tyler were David Moss Tyler, my Father; Augustus Tyler, my uncle and two girls whose names I have forgotten."

                   "L. D. Tyler, 122 South Pennsylvania Street,

VI.1018.  Samuel Maltbie Tyler, b. Nov. 1, 1806.
VI.1019.  Julia Matilda    "    b. Mch. 13, 1908.
VI.1020.  Sally Louisa     "    b. Dec. 25, 1815.
VI.1021.  Pamela           "    b. Jan. 25, 1811, unmar. (according to
                                  Mary B. Tyler, dau. of Wm. Augustus
VI.1022.  Lydia Diana      "    b. Apr. 7, 1813, d. aged 18.
VI.1023.  David Moss       "    b. Apr. 24, 1818.
VI.1024.  William Augustus "    b. Apr. 11, 1820 (or 17, 1821(?)).
            A descendant writes, "Two daughters died aged about 30,
          of tuberculosis, unmarried."
     "The Tylers were descended from William Tyler of Milford, said
to be from Devon., Eng.  Inventory 1692-3."

V.371. Rev. John Maltby, b. Dec. 8, 1768, Northford, Ct. (Sam.4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Dr. Hubbard of Alameda, Calif, writes of John, as "Lieut." I do not know where he obtained the record. The Mar. Reg. Northford, reads: "Married, Oct. 5, 1791, to Elizabeth Ives, dau. of John and Obedience Stevens Ives of Wallingford, Ct."

Note. I think Obedience was a Hitchcook and widow Stevens. I may be wrong. The marriage record of John Maltby and Elizabeth Ives is also at North Branford. (See Bailey "Early Ct. Marriages, Vol. V. p. 17"). Elizabeth was born Sept. 17, 1770, and died Jan. 31, 1831 "of liver complaint, aged 61." John d. Nov. 5, 1842, aged 74. He