VIII.3282. Jared Linsley, b. Mar. 4, 1889; m. Agnes Gertrude Stevens, Nov. 22, 1913. VIII.3283. Catherine Fisher Linsley, b. Aug. 17, 1895.
Before leaving for California in 1906, we called on Mrs. Lins- ley at Northford. Their home was, I should expect, the largest and most modern there. We visited in the library, a charming room, where books appeared to almost entirely cover the walls from floor to ceiling. It must have been a very fine collection.
VII.1899. Benjamin Josiah Maltby, b. Apr. 27, 1863 (Chas. DeWitt.6, Sam.5, Benj.4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Nov. 6, 1889, Martha Thayer Foote, dau. of Lucius Habbard and Louisa (Parsons) Foote of Durham, Ct. Res. Northford, Ct. (Records by him.) He d. Apr. 22,1924.
Children: VIII.3284. Lucius Foote Maltby, b. Jan. 15, 1891. VIII.3285. Catharine Linsley " b. Aug. 14, 1893. When in Northford, 1906, we first called on Mr. Benjamin Maltby. It was he who told us of "other Maltbys in Northford, but they were no relation." (These Maltbys were descendants of Samuel (2) Maltby). He was tall, well built, and very kindly and helpful.
VII.1907. Edward Lovering, b. Apr. 7, 1864 (Sarah R.6, Erastus 5, Benj.4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Jan. 16, 1890, Sarah William Newbury.
VII.1910. Charles Edward Maltby, b. Nov. 15, 1880 (Edward B.6, Erastus 5, Benj.4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). He was of Harvard University, and mar. in 1902, Helen Tudor Danziger. At the time of the marriage his mother, who was quite prominent in society, made things most unpleas- ant for the young people, as Miss Danziger was of "the theatre." A letter from him in after years proved he was winner of the gold tourn- ament at New Rochelle, N.Y.(Newspaper clippings.) "Maltby Wins Tierney Cup. Defeats W.W. Gile in Final Round at Wykagyl Country Club. New Rochelle, N.Y. Oct. 6." --------- "Bars Her Son's Bride" "Mrs. Maltby of Boston Won't Recognize...Daughter-in-Law"
Boston. March 2. Charles Edward Maltby, the Harvard student whose hasty marriage to Miss Helen Tudor Danziger, of "The Little Host" company made a stir in Back Bay society circles a week ago has re- turned with his bride to Boston and finds himself under the stress of a choice between his mother and his newly wedded wife.
Mrs. Edward B. maltby, mother of the ardent student, refuses to recognize her daughter-in-law or to admit her to her Beacon street residence. Since the announcement of the wedding at Providence on Saturday a week age, Mrs. Maltby has been prostrated.
Every effort has been made to induce the young man to give up his bride without avail. Intimate friends believe that the mother will insist on giving up the bride before a reconciliation can be