VIII.3299. Lucius Upson Maltby, b. Feb. 6, 1910, N.Y. City, mar. Mar. 6, 1952, Joan Audrey Bryan of London, Eng. Mar. at London, Eng. She b. Sept. 17, 1926. Child: IX. Janet Edith Maltby, b. Feb. 26, 1954, Bronxville, N.Y. He was of "D.K.E." fraternity. He has visited 36 states, 5 Canadian provinces, West Indies, Brazil, North Africa and "most of Europe." VIII.3299A. Ruth Atwater Maltby, b. Sept. 7, 1913, Short Hill, N.Jersey.
Lucius Upson (7) Maltby sent a post-card photograph of his summer home on Block Island--a large residence, roomy verandahs--also a clipping from "New York Times 5-21-1937," with picture:--
"At Knickerbocker Hospital Luncheon." Lucius U. Maltby, chairman of the committee, speaking at the event at the Hotel Astor. At the left is the Very Rev. Dr. Milo H. Gates, Dean of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine." It was their 75th Anniversary--the article is long. It was founded in a tent, during the Civil War.
"Lucius U. Maltby, as executive of Standard Statistics Company and chairman of the anniversary committee, announced that the luncheon marked the beginning of an effort to raise $150,000 for a new clinic building and other improvements at the hospital, at 70 Convent Ave.
"Harking back to Civil War days the committee had a tent set up at the entrance to the luncheon room and three veterans of the Civil War were guests of honor. They were Robert D. Heilferty, 90 years old; Josiah C. Read, 91, and Edward M. Griffiths, 88."
The veterans were all commanders of local Grand Army posts. (The reference to Mr. Maltby's Block Island residence reminds me of an interesting event the summer we spent at the Block Island hotel. Two enormous sea-turtles were caught--a two-room house built to hold them, with walk on the four sides. One paid twenty-five cents to see them. The smaller one weighed 550 pounds and the larger one, 800 pounds.)
VII.1937. Loraine Whittermore Maltby, b. May 10, 1891 (Lucius Upson 6, Lucius 5, Jonathan 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. George I. Boles. Res. St. Davids, Pa. Member Maltby Association. No children.
VII.1942. Rev. Dryden William Phelps, b. Mch. 16, 1854 (Sophia E. Linsley 6, James H.Linsley 5, Sarah 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Res. in New Haven, and later in California. Member Maltby Associa- tion. Never married. In 1909 resident at San Diego; later returned to New Haven, where he died Dec. 20, 1931.
VII.1944. Rev. Arthur Steven Phelps, b. Jan. 23, 1863, New Haven. (Sophia E.Linsley 6, James H.Linsley 5, Sarah 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). A.B. Yale, 1886; B.D. 1889; M.A. 1906; D.D. Ocidental Coll., Los Angeles, Calif. 1909. Mar. Jan. 17, 1890, Blanch Stroud. He was or- dained a Baptist minister, 1890, Pastor Imanuel Church, Denver, Colo., 1890-1; Central, Los Angeles, Calif. 1905-12; First Waterville, Me., 1914-20; First English Bible and Public Speaking at Berkley Baptist