Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

(1845 Census Mich. Cop. and indexed for the Gen. Richardson Chapter,

                          Oakland Co., Mich.
    (p.36) H. Malby, male, between 10 and 21, in the family of
           William L. Phillips.

VI.1078A. Isaac Clark Maltby, b. Dec. 27, 1839 (Wm.5, Jonathan 4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Mar. Rose Ann Black. He went to Kansas when young and nothing further was heard of him. (Floyd Lee Maltby gave her name as Eva Ann Black).

VII.2220.  Luella Maltby
VII.2221.  Chester  "
VII.2222.  William  "
Note. DMV. I think Isaac Clark Maltby left Kansas and went to Port Huron, Mich. About 1916(?) I had a letter (in reply to mine) from Port Huron, written for an old gentleman, about 80, as I recall it. It gave little in the way of records but stated he had seen the coat-of-arms which was burned when his uncle Jacob's house caught fire. He said it had "three cows on it"--possibly heads of cows. There are a large number of coats-of-arms blazoning cows--Metcalf is one I recall, though there is quite a long list. Possibly he has been confused with his uncle Isaac, b. 1801, who was of Port Huron.

VI.1079. Truman Molby, b. 1825/6, N.Y. State. (Isaac 5, Jonathan 4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1).

(U.S. Census, 1850)
   Truman Mulbury, 25, Farmer, b. N.Y."
      It is very evident this is Truman Molby.
(Microfilm Copy in the town of Clyde, Co., of St. Claire, Michigan,
 11th day of September, 1850)
    "Truman Mulbury  M. 25   Farmer   $300   New York
       (continuing under the name of Truman Mulbury was:)
     Isaac           M. 49   Farmer        b. New York
     Esther          F. 52                       "
     William H.      M. 12                    Michigan
   (No more Molbys in the town of Clyde.)*
(Note.  We have:--
   1850 Census. Town of Clyde. St. Clair Co., Mich.
      William Maltby and wife Losina.
      Horace     "    aged 16.
      Isaac      "      "   9.
   Living 1850, Independence Twp. Oakland Co., Michigan/

Isaac Molby (5) Horace and Sarah E. Maltby, stated that Truman Malby was the son of Isaac and that Truman had two sons whose address- es they could get--but never did. They said Truman died about 1912. Comment about Isaac Molby, son of Jonathan Molby. By F. A. Molby of Baldwin, Kansas.

From the U.S. Census of 1850 enumeration of the family of Truman Mulbury, age 25, farmer, born N.Y., from this and other facts, it seems safe to presume that Truman "Mulbury" was, in reality, Truman Molby, and that the Isaac aged 49 in the same house and Esther, aged 52 in the same home, were the father and mother of Truman Molby. Also