Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

VIII.2866. Lucius Birdsey Maltbie, b. June 11, 1848 (Julius B.7, Bird- sey 6, Jehiel 5, Dan.4, Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Mch. 1870, Abigail Antoirett Thorn of Gouander. He was of Gouander, Catterangus Co., N.Y.

IX.4162. Georgia Bell Maltbie, b. Jan. 28, 1871, Gouander, N.Y.

VIII.2867. May Delia E. Maltbie, b. May 10, 1851 (Julius B.7, Birdsey 6, Jehiel 5, Dan.4, Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). She was of Gouanda, Cattarangus Co., N.Y. Mar. June 10, 1874, Rodney Montgomery Hussey, of Gouanda,N.Y.

IX.4163. George Carlton Hussey, b. Nov. 15, 1878, Gouanda, N.Y.
IX.4164. Clark Sylvanus    "    b. Dec. 9, 1883, Silver Creek, N.Y.

VIII.2868. Delora Maltbie, b. Aug. 28, 1854 (Julius B.7, Birdsey 6, Jehiel 5, Dan.4, Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). She was of Gouanda, N.Y. Mar. Sept. 8, 1874, James Casper Brooks of Ellington, Cattarangus Co., N.Y.

IX.4165. Harry Birdsey Brooks, b. July 24, 1879, Jamestown, N.Y.

VIII.2870. Ralph Hudson Maltbie, b. July 27, 1858 (Lucius H.7, Birdsey 6, Jehiel 5, Dan.4, Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. July 1, 1890, E. Dell Taft, at Cattarangus, N.Y., dau. of Farnham Taft.

IX.4166. Lucius Harvey Maltbie, b. July 12, 1899, Buffalo, N.Y.
IX.4167. Mary Louise      "     b. Jan. 18, 1904,    "      "

VIII.2871. Birdsey Lucuis Maltbie, b. Sept. 19, 1864 (Lucius H.7, Bird- sey 6, Jehiel 5, Dan.4, Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Oct. 20, 1897, Emma D. Bancroft, at Buffalo, N.Y., dau. of Morris W. Bancroft. Mr. Maltbie d. Mar. 1942 at Altamonte Springs, Florida. Child: IX.4168. Harriet Bancroft Maltbie, b. July 27, 1904, Summit, New Jersey. (She died, but I do not have the date)

Mr. Birdsey L. Maltbie, in 1916, published at his private expense, the "Maltby-Maltby Family History."

For this generous assistance to all Maltbys, he was made an Honor- ary member of the Maltby-Maltby Family Association--(founded 1906)-- without dues.

At an early age Mr. Maltbie began his life work in a drug store, was graduated from the Albany College of Pharmacy, class of 1885, with highest honors. He was elected President of the College Alumni in 1915.

In 1888 he started in the drug business in a small way, for him- self, and later in partnership with his brother, Ralph Hudson Maltbie. They began the manufacture of pharmaceutical preparations, which business was later incorporated as The Maltbie Chemical Company, and which is now a thriving organization with laboratories at Newark, New Jersey.

Mr. Maltbie is the author of "Maltbie's Practical Pharmacy" and editor of several other publications.

In 1915 he was elected President of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Chemists.

At one time the family resided at East Orange, N.J., later re- moving, permanently, to their winter home at Altamonte Springs, Florida.