VI.899. Oscar Alonzo Fowler, b. Sept. 23, 1829 (Eliza Rebecca 5, Benj.4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. June 2, 1864, Sarah Steele Faxon. He d. Feb. 25, 1902.
Children: VII.1918. William Faxon Fowler, b. June 26, 1864. VII.1919. Oscar Maltby " b. Feb. 14, 1867; d. 1875. VII.1920. Sarah Faxon " b. Jan. 30, 1869, mar. 1891, William Black, M.D., New Orleans. No children. VII.1921. Harriet Maltby " b. April 1870; unmarried.
VI.901. Harriet Elizabeth Submit Maltby, b. May 8, 1821 (Jonathan 5, Jonathan 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Aug. 31, 1846, John Curran Drury, and removed to Troy, Ohio. He was a Capt. of Ohio Volunteer Infantry and was killed in the battle of Perryville, Kentucky, 1862. (Record by her).
Children: VII.1922. Harriet Elizabeth Drury, b. July 5, 1844 or 7. VII.1923. Sarah " b. 1847; died young. VII.1924. John Holmes " b. Jan. 12, 1850.
VI.902. Sarah Almira Maltby, b. Apr. 6, 1824 (Jonathan 5, Jonathan 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Apr. 9, 1846, Daniel Hemmingway. She d. Dec. 23, 1848, leaving one daughter, "after months of suffering which she bore with fortitude and patience rarely surpassed, in her 24th year." (Letter from J. Holmes Drury, Apr. 18, 1921).
Child: VII.1925. Ellen Hemmingway, mar. John Tuttle.
VI.903. Joseph Holmes Maltby, b. Apr. 4, 1829 (Jonathan 5, Jonathan 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Jerusha Morton, dau. of Rev. Jeremiah Pomercy, a native of Southampton, Mass. Mar. (2) Mrs. Laura Emily Barnard, dau. of Jeremiah Bailey, Esq., of Canton, N.Y. No children. (Record by him).
Obituary-- "Laura E. Maltby Canton, N.Y., Aug. 26, 1833. Ashfield, Mass., March 24, 1908.
Laura Emily was the second daughter, third child, of Laura Washburn and Jeremiah Bailey. When only sixteen she married Abiel Barnard of Elizabethtown, N.Y. and by his early death she was soon left a widow with three children. From that time, though always a most welcome inmate of other homes, and always busy and happy in car- ing for others, she had no home of her own until 1897, when she married Dec. Joseph Holmes Maltby of Ashfield, Mass. Their wedded life of eleven years, terminated by her death, was singularly delight- ful in their mutual devotion and happiness. Disease finally fastened upon her, so that she suffered greatly, for many months, until death came as a blessed release. Of her is the saying true, that she "entered into rest."
Mrs. Maltby was an earnest and active Congregational church member most of her life. Music was a special endowment which she not