Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

VII.1455. Henry Alonzo Maltby, b. Nov. 4, 1830 (David 6, Wm.5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Born in Ashtabula, Ashtabula Co., Ohio. Mar. March 21, 1862, Hannah Franks, at Corpus Christie, Texas, by Rev. J.J. Perham. She was b. in Saxony, Germany, Apr. 2, 1841 and died in Brownsville, Texas, June 18, 1896. He d. at Brownsville, May 18, 1906.

VIII.2739.  Henry Alonzo Maltby, b. Aug. 26, 1863, Corpus Christie,
                                    Texas, unmarried.
VIII.2740.  Jasper Adelmon  "    b. Feb. 21, 1869, Brownsville, Texas,
VIII.2741.  Ida Hannah      "    b. Dec. 4, 1874        "         "
VIII.2742.  Texas Bird      "    b. Mar. 29, 1877       "         "
                                 d. unmarried.
VIII.2743.  David           "    b. Dec. 22, 1882, unmarried.
             (Records by Jasper A. Maltby).

Jason A. Barber wrote of this uncle (brother of his mother, Lydia E. Maltby) "My Uncle Henry Maltby of Brownsville, Texas, visited us during my youth. He was also a big, brainy man, but he did not so fire his young nephew and nieces as the other two." (His uncles, Jasper A. Maltby and William Maltby of Corpus Christie, Texas).

VII.1456. Rachel Matilda Maltby, b. Mch. 27, 1832 (David 6, Wm.5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Aug. 30, 1853, Samuel G. Barber, a native of Onondaga Co., N.Y. He d. in Norwich Twp., Ohio, May 22, 1891. Mrs. Barber died at her home in Centerton, O., Sept. 25, 1892.

VIII.2744.  Dora V. Barber, b. June 4, 1854.
VIII.2745.  George A.  "    b. Jan. 30, 1856.
VIII.2746.  Bayard B.  "    b. Oct. 30, 1857; m. Nov. 27, 1884,
                               Arabel Hartman.
VIII.2747.  Jasper Maltby Barber, b. Nov. 16, 1868.
VIII.2748.  Grace E.         "    b. Jan. 25, 1873.
                (Records by Jasper M. Barber).

VII.1457. Captain William Henderson Maltby, b. Mar. 14, 1837 (David 6, Wm.5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). "He was a Captain of Texas Artillery in the Confederate Army during the Rebellion," wrote his sister Lydia Maltby Barber. He had several children. He died at Corpus Christie, Texas, Aug. 20, 1880. Here once again we have a family divided against itself with his elder brother a hero in the army of the Union.

Whether or not the following pertains to him, I do not know. (War of Rebellion. Official Rec. of the Union and Confederate Armies.

Series I. Vol. IX. p.703)

"William H. Maltby. Camp Esperanza. Mch. 4, 1862. "If I can get my hands on Lieutenant Maltby I will treat him harshly; he has stated that he chased two boats' crews 3 miles, this is not so; here is --- muster roll. . . .I looked at the document, and saw the names of four men whom I knew, and I learned belonged to Maltby's party. He said Maltby's statement reflected very much on the action of his crew in that instance and used hard language, against the un- soldier like conduct."

                       Signed: C.S.P.A. Major Dan D. Shea."