VII.2322. Sarah Cornelia Lynes, b. Nov. 22, 1843 (Wm. Maltbie Lynes 6, Hannah 5, Jonathan 4, Jonathan 3, Jonathan 2, Wm.1). Mar. July 2, 1863, George Field.
Children: VIII.3716. Annie Maltbie Field, b. May 30, 1864. VIII.3717. Lillie Gertrude " b. July 20, 1866; d. Apr. 25, 1867. VIII.3718. Georgia " b. Mar. 17, 1868. (Annie Maltbie Field and her sister Georgia, mar. two brothers, named Bronson, "the last I knew they were living in New Haven").
VII.2323. Georgina Lynes, b. Aug. 8, 1845 (Wm. Maltbie Lynes 6, Hannah 5, Jonathan 4, Jonathan 3, Jonathan 2, Wm.1). Mar. Apr. 27, 1868, William M. Comstock. They had one dau. who was living in 1925.
VII.2324. Mary Esther Lynes, b. Mar. 16, 1847 (Wm. Maltbie Lynes 6, Hannah 5, Jonathan 4, Jonathan 3, Jonathan 2, Wm.1). Mar. Oct. 24, 1866, LeGrana Comstock.
VII.2325. Hannah Maltbie Lynes, b. Apr. 13, 1849 (Wm. Maltbie Lynes 6, Hannah 5, Jonathan 4, Jonathan 3, Jonathan 2, Wm.1). Mar. Nov. 16, 1869, Henry W. Raymond. They had a son who was living in 1925.
VII.2330. Katharine Gemmel Lynes, b. Mar. 2, 1850 (Benj.Lynes 6, Hannah 5, Jonathan 4, Jonathan 3, Jonathan 2, Wm.1). Mar. Sept. 6, 1871, Aron Turner Bailey, b. Apr. 6, 1850. They had a dau. who died at birth. She was a "D.A.R." through Capt. Jonathan (4) Maltby, and an original member of the Maltby Association. She resided for many years at 252 W. 76th St., New York City. She d. May 2, 1935, at the home of her sister-in-law, 75 Park Ave., Danbury, Conn., of arterial scolispis. Mr. Bailey died March 9, 1877.
Child: VIII.3719. Helense Elizabeth Bailey, b. Aug. 1, 1872; d. Mar. 9, 1875. Katherine Gemmel Lynes
In loving memory to her, whom I never met face to face in this life, these few words are dedicated, with deepest respect and admira- tion. Her character was so fine that words offered in tribute seem dwarfed before the beautiful spirit of this cherished friend.
Her lovely Christian character spoke through every letter she ever wrote, during a period of thirty years. Her faith permeated every line--faith in an All Loving Father who guided one tenderly along the thorny paths of life.
Her own courage, in the dark hours, her wonderful comforting to others in troublous times, and her warm and loving heart going out to those less blessed--combined with an open-handed generosity, endeared her to all who really knew her. Truly "Thy works shall live after thee." Although she is no longer here to guide and help, her wonder- ful faith and works live on, to strengthen and uplift those who are left.
Her steadfast friendship, "kin-ship," brotherly love" remain, a guiding star for those who were blessed in calling her friend and cousin.
During the thirty years she was a member of the Maltbie Family Association--having joined at its founding--she was always a tower of strength in her interest, encouragement, appreciation of the work en-