Mar. May 23, 1906, Neavando Antonio Elvado. Mrs. Elvado is a pianist of great ability and, with her husband, has given concerts all over the world, Northern Europe and South Africa. In the Maltby-Maltbie Family Hist., p. 196, was published her letter to her mother describing her visit to Maltby, S. Yorkshire, Eng. No children.
VIII.2847. Welby Ashbury Hoblit, b. Jan. 5, 1886 (Sarah L.7, Harrison 6, Jesse 5, Jonathan 4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. May 17, 1911, Nina Kelly. In 1908 Mr. Hoblit went to Bombay, India, as Mechanical Engineer to manage sales for the Rice Milling and polishing machines for a New York and Oriental Export Company.
Children: IX.4148. Frances Louise Hoblit, b. June 25, 1912. IX.4149. Marian Lucile " b. Mar. 18, 1914. IX.4150. Nina Jeanette " b. Aug. 23, 1915.
VIII.2848. Helen Sophia Crawford, b. July, 1880 (Helen M.7, Harrison 6, Jesse 5, Jonathan 4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Dec. 1901, Dr. Donald Earle McCoy.
Child: IX.4151. Donald McCoy, b. Sept. 1902.
VIII.2851. Laurence Maltby, b. Apr. 9, 1869, Petersburg, Ill. (Franklin 7, Jesse 6, Jesse 5, Jonathan 4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Mrs. Lou Steele. Res. Abingdon, Illinois.
VIII.2852. Lida Maltby, b. May 24, 1872 (Franklin 7, Jesse 6, Jesse 5, Jonathan 4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Dec. 23, 1894, B. E. Whitman, at Hebron, Nebraska.
Child: IX.4152. Frank Whitman, b. Oct. 12, 1896.
VIII.2853. Charles Maltby, b. July 15, 1871 (Franklin 7, Jesse 6, Jesse 5, Jonathan 4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. 1904, Helen Ravman, at Gales- burg, Ill. Res. (1933) Washburn, Illinois.
Children: IX.4153. Valena Maltby, mar. George Platt, LaRose, Ill. IX.4154. Joseph V. Maltby
VIII.2855. Capt. Charles Marion Maltby, b. 1841 (Jehiel 7, Allen 6, Jehiel 5, Dan.4, Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. 1877, Lucy Anna Brown, of Maine. Removed to Minnesota. He d. Jan. 1906. His widow was living in 1916.
Child: IX.4155. Harold Emery Maltby IX.4156. "Brother lives at Linden, Wash.
Capt. Charles Marion Maltby "served with honors through the Civil War; by service and bravery reaching the rank of Captain.
He and his family resided in Minnesota, which was then considered the West. In 1888 they moved to Washington State, disposing of extensive interests in the way of grist and shingle mills, stores and real estate.