Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

(Newspaper clipping) "Cleveland, Ohio. Nov. 9, Charles M. Maltby died of consumption, at the age of 27, after having entered the sec- ond year of his law practice." There is also a "sheet of paper beautifully written, he left to 'Hester Ann Maltby by her affection- ate dying brother'."

VI.657. William Maltby, b. (Stephen Lee 5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). He married and had:

VII.1480.  William H. Maltby
VII.1481.  John C.
VII.1482.  Cynthia

VI.658. Stephen L. Maltby, b. (Stephen Lee 5, Wm. 4, Jos. 3, Dan. 2, Wm. 1). Mar. Nov. 12, 1832, Maria Newton Child, b. Thetford, Vt., Apr. 13, 1812, dau. of Cyril Child and Mary (Collins). They settled in York, N.Y. Res. Elba, N.Y., kept a store. Family moved to Dakota.

VII.1483.  Sarah Prescott Maltby
VII.1484.  Martha Sophia     "
VII.1485.  Harlan Page       "
VII.1486.  Lucuis Child      "
VII.1487.  Supler            "

VI.660. Julia Maltby, b. (Stephen Lee 5, Wm. 4, Jos. 3, Dan. 2, Wm. 1). "Married a Mr. Stoddard. They went to Dakota and had a daughter, who had two children." Another record is: "Moved to Dako- ta and all died there but one. One of Aunt Julia's grandchildren is Stoddard Kimball, he visited W. H. Maltby at Elba in 1914, was in poor health and intended to move his family to Southern N.Y. State."

     "Julia had a grandson named Stoddard Kimbal."

VI.661. Sarah Jane Maltby, b. (Stephen Lee 5, Wm. 4, Jos. 3, Dan. 2, Wm. 1). Mar. Feb. 6, 1834, Lucuis Collins Child (brother of Maria Newton Child, who mar. Stephen Lee (6) Maltby). She is called "niece of Mrs. Benjamin (Persis Child) Maltby." Lucuis Child was b. at Thetford, Vt., Aug. 26, 1808.

VII.1488.  Julia Ann Child, b. Dec. 7, 1834.
VII.1489.  Edward Payson "  b. May 25, 1838. County Judge, etc.
                            m. Sept. 10, 1861, Lucy H. Mitchel.
                            Res. Lincoln, Nebraska.

VI.664. Norman Maltby, b. Apr. 15, 1804, Vernon, Oneida Co., N.Y. (John 5, Wm. 4, Jos. 3, Dan. 2, Wm. 1). Born on his father's farm, near Vernon Centre, Oneida Co., N.Y. When he was about eighteen years of age, on account of his health, it was recommended that he take a sea voyage and he went on a sailing vessel to England. During the voyage an incident occured which he often related. The ship had been becalmed for several days, and on the day the first breese came up he was standing on deck with a companion who asked him 'When did