VII.2094. Beulah Ann Morris Maltby, b. Aug. 29, 1838 (Tim.6, Tim.5, Sam.4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Mar. Jan. 1, 1863, Myron Hibbard, at Pulaski, N.Y. She d. Mar. 27, 1880.
Children: VIII.3533. Allen Hibbard, b. Oct. 6, 1863. VIII.3534. Caral " VIII.3535. Frank B. " Res. Buffalo, N.Y. "Runs an automobile paint shop." VIII.3536. Mabel Alta " VIII.3537. Fred " VIII.3538. Charles Rollin Hibbard, b. Nov. 14, 1874. VIII.3539. Foster Hibbard, "drowned a few months after the death of his mother, aged 2 or 3 years."
VII.2095. Rosamond Irene Maltby, b. Feb. 20, 1848 (Tim.6, Tim.5, Sam.4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Mar. March 12, 1872, Henry Lyman Trumbull, b. Nov. 8, 1847.
Children: VIII.3540. Infant son, Trumbull, b. May, 1873; died at birth. VIII.3541. Ralph Smith " b. Mar. 1872 (sic.) m. Lulu Belle Corse, Oct. 8, 1908. No child. 1917. VIII.3542. Nellie Corinne " b. Mar. 21, 1874.
VII.2096. Celia Selina Maltby, b. Sept. 26, 1850 (Tim.6, Tim.5, Sam.4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Mar. Dec. 6, 1877, John George Benson. She d. July 11, 1897.
Child: VIII.3543. Earl Maltby Benson, b. Jan. 1884 (unmar. when last heard from).
VII.2097. William Maltby, b. ca. 1819 to 1825. (Line of descent un- certain, but he appears to be closely related to those children of Timothy (6) who were connected with Cincinnati.)
"He often spoke of Rochester, N.Y. (Monro Co.) He was 6 feet 2 inches tall. (I believe all of Timothy Maltby's six sons were over 6 feet tall--though this, definitely, is not evidence).
He went from New York state to Madison, Indiana, about 1840. He was finely educated and before his marriage he taught school. He mar. Watty Green in 1850. He did not use tobacco or liquor in any form, was a great Abolitionist and attended the Presbyterian Church.
He was in the Mercantile business in Madison and moved his store to Grayford, near Vernon, Indiana.
Before the war, when in Cincinnati with his father, William, Clayton Lester Maltby states:--"We were in a wholesale store owned by a Mr. Maltby. Father did not make himself known, but on leaving the store said: 'That man was my cousin'."
(Note. Apparently "the man" claimed as "cousin," was Lafayette Maltby, b. Ulster Co., N.Y., 1819. His firm was Keys, Maltby and Co., a wholesale store in Cincinnati, between 1852-1855. It did the larg- est wholesale business in the city.