Children of George Edward Maltby and Anna M. Langford: VIII.2770. George Langford Maltby, b. Sept. 26, 1879. VIII.2771. Laura Clara " b. Nov. 1, 1882. VIII.2772. Edward Dickson " b. Nov. 24, 1892. Mrs. Maltby was b. Sept. 15, 1855, and died Dec. 10, 1928.
VII.1480. William H. Maltby, b. ---- (Wm.6, Stephen 5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Emma Caroline Irwin of Elba, N.Y. He died in the Civil War in 1862. Res. at Oakfield, 2 1/2 miles west of Elba.
Child: VIII.2773. William Henry Maltby, b. Dec. 16, 1862.
VII.1490. Lucy Jane Maltby, b. Aug. 22, 1844 (Norman 6, John 5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Aug. 4, 1875, Rev. Edward Payson Powell, of Clinton, N.Y.; b. May 9, 1833, Clinton, Oneida Co., N.Y. She was a graduate of the State Normal School, Albany, N.Y.; was for a time teacher in the schools of Oswego, N.Y.; at Jefferson City, Mo.; the High School at Sedalia, Mo., and was one of the teachers appointed to organize the State Normal School at Warrenburg, Miss. She was pro- fessor of Mathematics in that school in 1875, when she resigned to be married. Her husband was born at the old homestead at Clinton, N.Y.-- which was granted to his Powell ancestor by the Indians--he was a graduate of Hamilton Coll., 1853; of the Union Theological Seminary 1858, was pastor of the Congregational Church at Adrian, Mich., 1861 to 1871; afterwards going to St. Louis for three years and to Chicago three years. In 1878 he returned to Clinton and devoted his time to literary pursuits and was widely known as a writer on religious and farm topics. He d. May 14, 1915, at Sorento, Florida. His wife had died Nov. 15, 1910.
Children: VIII.2774. Maurice Stanley Powell, b. Fri. Sept. 29,1876, Chicago,Ill. VIII.2775. Phillips Bayard " b. Mon. May 13,1878, Clinton, N.Y. VIII.2776. Herbert Spencer " b. Sun. Nov. 12, 1882 " " VIII.2777. Gladys Maltby " b. Wed. Nov. 10, 1886 " "
VII.1491. Helen Lovinia Maltby, b. May 12, 1846 (Norman 6, John 5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Tues., June 30, 1868, William Taylor Thornton; at Sedalia, Missouri. He was at one time governor of New Mexico. He was b. in Henry Co., Missouri, Feb. 9, 1843; son of Dr. William Tucker Thornton, who was b. in Caroline Co., Virginia, May 1, 1806, and wife Caroline V. Taylor. She was a dau. of Major William Taylor of the 9th Virginia Continentals, Rev. War.
Dr. W.T.Thornton and his eldest brother, Fitzhugh Thornton, went to Missouri in 1839 and settled in Henry Co. They were sons of Capt. Charles Thornton (Rev. War). The house in which he was born was built of bricks brought from England by his grandfather; this family was among the first settlers of Virginia. It was to this house that General Stonewall Jackson was carried when he was wounded at Chanse- lorsville, May 1, 1864; and where he died May 10th.
William Taylor Thornton at the time of his marriage was a lawyer at Clinton, Mo. He was a member of the Missouri State Legislature 1876-7, and in the autumn of 1877 he moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico,