"marked by a hum of interest and a steady stream of friends to pay court to her in her box. And a rarely lovely picture she made in her sweet dignity, product of the elegant training of past gener- ations, with a spirit of unquenched youth.
Though old in years as they are counted, Mme. Cary was as young as the youngest, and loved to be surrounded by youth and beauty, and to youth and beauty she was ever a stately queen, to whom it was a happiness to pay court.
Every afternoon at three o'clock Mme. Cary was wont to take her daily drive, and in the parks, her passing was always marked with interest by those who knew her, and by those who saw only a lovely old lady, just stepped from a bower of lavender and flowers to enjoy an outing in the sunlight.
Only a fortnight ago, with her sister, Miss Love, and other members of her family, Mme. Cary returned from the long journey to the California expositions, going by the Panama Canal route with the Harvard University party, and coming back by the northern route; and to her every mile of the trip was a delight, for in the west she was feted and showered with attentions, and friends made her progress home by easy stages a journey de luxe.
Those who were nearest and dearest to Mme. Cary will miss her gentle, loving guidance, and those who were friends and acquaintances note the passing of a woman of rare individuality and charm."
Children of Julia Love and Dr. Walter Cary: VII.1998. Trumbull Cary, b. Aug. 1, 1849. VII.1999. Thomas " b. Apr. 27, 1851; d. 1909, unmarried. VII.2000. Charles " b. Oct. 20, 1852, m. June 25, 1879, Evelyn Rumsey, Buffalo, N.Y. No children. VII.2001. Jennie " b. Dec. 23, 1854. VII.2002. Walter " b. Feb. 26, 1857, unmar. in 1929. VII.2003. George " b. Mar. 25, 1859. VII.2004. Seward " b. Jan. 1, 1862.
VI.968. General George Maltby Love, b. Jan. 1, 1830 (Maria 5, Isaac 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. in 1866, Mary Shaw of Erie, N.Y. She d. in 1885. He d. Mch. 15, 1887. He went all through the Civil War, entering as a private, finishing as a General. Was wounded and was buried with the bullet that entered by the juglar vein and remained under the shoulder blade. He was Major under General Edward Chapin, his cousin, in the Forlorne Hope at Port Hudson, La.
All his Maltby and White ancestors had been fighting men since 1630, "and the 23 great-grandchildren look as though they intend to go on with the work." All living ancestors were in the War of 1812 "as well as my Father, two Grandfathers and uncles," writes Mrs. E. M. Cary, sister of General George Maltby Love.
Children: VII.2005. Ivy Marie Love, b. Dec. 9, 1867. VII.2006. George " b. Jan. 1, 1869; d. 1878.
VI.970. Elizabeth Murray Love, b. Nov. 22, 1842 (Maria 5, Isaac 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Aug. 29, 1884, Ebenezer Cary of Batavia, N.Y. She d. Feb. 1924. No children. Member of Maltby Association and a life-long friend of the compiler through letters in which she furnished many records for this book.