Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

VI.1037. Almira Maltby, b. Sept. 25, 1804 (Tim.5, Sam.4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Married in 1824, Townsend Weed, at Pulaski, N.Y. "She d. Nov. 11, 1883." He was son of John Weed of Rupert, Vt., and Mary Townsend. Old records state she was born in Conn., but married at Albany, N.Y. John Weed was a Capt. in the War of 1812. Other children of John and Mary Weed were: Ira, William, James, John, Hoyt, (twin to Townsend), Betsey, Joanna, Rebeca, Polly, Susan, Maundy.

VII.2107.  James Weed, b. ca. 1825.
VII.2108.  Harriet "   b. 1826.
VII.2109.  Mary    "   b. 1832; mar. a Davids.
VII.2110.  Ira Townsend Weed, b. 1837.
VII.2111.  Fayette       "    b. 1843.

Townsend Weed, Senior, was b. 1803, and d. July 18, 1859, at Pulaski, N.Y.

VI.1038. Rev. Henry Maltby, b. Oct. 5, 1806 (Tim.5, Sam.4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1. Mar. May 8, 1832, at Wallingford, Ct., Louise Cook, dau. of Col. Caleb Cook and Amelia Lewis. He was 6 feet 4 inches in height, in his stocking feet, from the time he was 17 and weighted only 124 lbs.

Before me is a letter from Rev. Henry to Rev. Jonathan (4) Maltby. Dated: "Oxford, Ohio, March 6, 1849. "My dear 'aged Friend' in his 90th year."

"Your interesting communication is before me--interesting be- cause it comes from so venerable a source; also because it speaks of what has for some time past, engaged my thoughts, although I have yet done nothing, I have long contemplated an effort to obtain the information which you are seeking, and I hail with pleasure the pros- pect of having my wishes gratified.

I am almost ashamed, dear Sir, to let anyone know my present ignorance of my family. But I shall immediately take measures to increase my limited store of information, and shall take great pleasure in communicating to you the results of my inquiries--

I will immediately correspond on this subject with my oldest Br. in N.Y. who is probably in possession of more facts than myself. Also with Rev. Benj. of Cleveland of whom I know nothing, except that there is such a man.

My Father, who died in 1840, was Timothy Maltby of Northford, Ct., married Mabel Dimock; was Br. of John Maltby of Northford and Morris Maltby, Paris, Oneida Co., N.Y., both deceased. He removed from Northford after the birth of my eldest Br. to Paris, and went 1809 or 10, from Paris to Richland, Oswego Co., N.Y., where he died.

Had 11 children, 8 of whom, 4 sons and 4 daughters, lived to have families. 2 of my sisters are deceased, the rest alive.

You can now, probably inform me in what relation I stand to my 'aged friend,' which I shall be gratified to learn. I have heard father say that he had heard that the original Maltby to this coun- try were 3 brothers from England. I should like to be able to trace them back and learn what relation we have to Dr. Maltby of England whose name occurs frequently as authority in our Theological Books. I had thought that perhaps the old records of some of your N.E. towns, they used to be kept, might reveal the information desired. I heard of S. Maltby, Esq. of York Mills frequently while at