Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

"on the farm. He represented his town in the State Legislature in 1881. He was a member of the school board for thirty-five years; and for over forty years was a deacon in the Congregational Church." His widow and two daughters survived him. (Records by his daughters).

Children of Deacon William and Esther (Hall) Maltby:
VII.2140.  ----  Maltby, b. July 31, 1858; d. July 31, 1858.
VII.2141.  William Tyler Maltby, b. Mch. 31, 1860; d. Oct. 9, 1862.
VII.2142.  Ophelia Hall    "     b. Nov. 22, 1863.
VII.2143.  Mary Jane       "     b. Nov. 7, 1865; d. Aug. 12, 1912.

Note. Rice Hall is a name recorded in the Hall Genealogy, p. 178, (Descendants of John and Jeanne (Wollen) Hall) in a list of Yale graduates, prior to 1800.

"Date 1737. Rice (4) Hall, John 3, John 2, John 1, b. 1718; d. 1752.

VI.1057. Henry Maltby, b. Jan. 8, 1828 (Henry 5, Jas.4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Mar. Nov. 4, 1860, Sophia Eliza Linsley, b. Dec. 19, 1826, dau. of Col. Eliakim and Jennette (Hall) Linsley of Northford. Henry Maltby died March 31, 1875.

(Note. Major Ray Keyes Linsley in his Linsley Gen. does not call Linsley a "Colonel")

Eliakim was son of Josiah James Linsley, who also mar. a Hall, Eunice Hall, dau. of Eliakim Hall of Wallingford, and Ruth Dukerman. Line of Josiah James (6) Linsley, (Josiah 5, Joseph 4, John 3, John 2, John 1).

VII.2144.  Morris Henry Maltby, b. Sept. 16, 1862; d. Sept. 29, 1866.
VII.2145.  William Linsley  "   b. June 3, 1865; d. Sept. 12, 1866.
VII.2146.  Edward Linsley   "   b. Jan. 14, 1868.
He was unmar. in 1910, and resided at Brooklyn, N.Y.

VI.1058. William Maltby, b. July 24, 1814 (Jacob 5, Jonathan 4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1); died March 13, 1860. Born in the town of Camillus, now Van Buren. Mar. Mary Ann Vosburgh, dau. of James Vos- burgh and wife Jane, b. 1815. He was a farmer and lived in the town Camillus. He married a sister of the wife of his brother Miner Maltby. His farm was on Nose hill, a road now abandoned. One March day dur- ing a severe blizzard he was returning home, when he was overcome by the cold and died in a snow drift at the foot of Nose hill where he had crawled on his hands and knees in a desperate effort to reach his home.

(Information from 1855 Camillus Census--1st Election District.

Tombstone inscriptions and Burial records). Harvey B. Walker, Route 31, Baldwinsville, N.Y., gave the account of William Maltby's death.

William Maltby was originally buried in the little farm cemetery on the Chester Molby-Harrison Rouse farm. Most of the bodies were later removed and the ground leveled. Some of the stones were buried below plow depth. The stone for William was found leaning against the fence and Mr. Kratzer brought it down to his farm for safekeeping.