(p.244) May 12, 1698. Court of Election. Mr. William Malbie for Branford.
"Oct. 16, 1697. In answer to the petition of Mr. Samll Maise(?) this Court doth desire and appoint Maij. Moses Mansfield, Majr. James Fitch, Mr. Will Malbie, Mr. Josiah Rosseter and Capt. Thomas Clark, they or the major part of them, to be a committee to indevour (?) an accomo- dation and agreement between the towns of Fairfield and Norwalk, con- cerning their dividing line and other matters of controversie, with refer- ence to propartie of lands, etc." (See further for Mansfield).
(p.253) May, 1698. This Court made choice of Capt. Samuel Mason, Mr. William Pitkin, Mr. John Chester, Mr. John Woolcutt, Mr. Will Malbie, to frame such bills as they shall judge needful, either for omendation of laws formerly made; or for making other laws that are now wanting in the government and to exhibit the same in Court."
1698. Deputy Surveyor and receiver of Excise Custom Master.
1698. Jonathan, son of William Maltby was born, Branford.
(New Haven County Court Rec., Vol. I, p. 264)
"July 5, 1698. Wm. Maltbie of Branford was commissioned Deputy Surveyor and receiver of excise for the County of New Haven, with others, also to treat with Mr. Rich and Rosewell, etc."
(New Haven Colonial Rec., Vol. I, p. 265)
"Aug. 2, 1698. Appointed Custom Master for New Haven County." "He brings suit against Frederick Platts 'for retailling rhum." He gained the case and received one half of the fine, which was 40 shill- ings." (p. 264) (Vol. II, p. 2) Nov. 21, 1698. Appointed, with four others, Justice of the Quorum for Court of Probate.
(Pub. Rec. of Conn.)
(p.283) May 11, 1699. General Assembly. Mr. Will Malbye for Branford.
(p.296) Oct. 12, 1699. General Assembly. Mr. Will Malbye for Branford.
(New Haven Colonial Rec., Vol. II, p. 20)
"Nov. 13, 1699. Liberty is given Mr. Wm. Maltbie of Branford, to retail strong drink out of his house, he having obtained ye consent of ye town."
(Branford Rec., Vol II, p. 129)
"Feb. 28, 1699-1700. Samuel Russell deeds a piece of land to Wm. Maltbie."
(New Haven Co. Court Rec., Vol. II, p. 3)
"Mar. 15, 1699-1700. I, John Maltbie of Saybrook (Conn.) sell to my honored father, Wm. Maltbie, of Branford, for the sum of # 8, a piece of land, etc. Acknowledged before Wm. Maltbie, Justice of Peace."
(Pub. Rec. of Conn., p. 327)
Oct. 10, 1700. General Assembly, Mr. Will Malbye for Branford.
Oct. 18, 1700. Appointed, with others, Justice of Quorum for Court of Probate.