Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

University, 1924. Served in World War. Sergt. Tank Corps, U.S. Army. Mar. Sept. 23, 1923, Margaret Stover. Add. Pacific-Union Club, San Francisco, California.

IX.4454. Murray Foster, Jr., b. Sept. 9, 1927.
IX.4455. Joan      "         b. Aug. 15, 1932.

VIII.3417. Elizabeth Foster, b. July 1, 1905 (Max Foster 7, Leila Love 6, Martha 5, Isaac 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Apr. 4, 1924, Lloyd O. Vernon Mann, at New York City. Res. Oyster Bay, L.I., New York.

IX.4456. Marianna Mann, b. May 1, 1930.
IX.4457. Nancy      "   b. Jan. 17, 1932.

VIII.3418. Grace Sarah Tryon Maltby, b. Jan. 3, 1876 (Theodore 7, Geo. W.6, Augustus 5, Stephen 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. ca. 1907, Edward J. Daniels, of East Orange, New Jersey. He was an Importer, and later they went to reside in Rotterdam, and at the Hague, Holland, where her mother visited them several times. During these trips they toured Germany and Switzerland. Mr. Daniels by his first wife had a daughter nicknamed "Tyke." Her marriage is of interest as she was married "by glove." She was to be married in Jarva and for weeks took a recognized course in various household things which girls going out to Jarva should know.

This "marriage by glove" is in reality half the marriage, insuring that the husband-to-be will complete the ceremony. A man friend takes his place at the church, and the "marriage by glove" is performed.

Grace Maltby, from childhood was an accomplished pianist, and could execute the most brilliant passages. In Holland she continued her studies--a finishing course, with the best Master known. She died fairly suddenly, in Holland about 1932(?).

IX.4458. Hortense Maltby Daniels, b. 1917, East Orange, New Jersey.

A large photograph is before me of Hortense--a beautiful child, wearing a frock fit for a princess.

A post-card photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Daniels, taken at Jackson- ville, Florida, shows them in fishing kit, with a string of 27 Kingfish they had caught. It is dated Apr. 4, 1912. "One of the fish weighed 16 pounds and put up a big fight."

Hortense Daniels managed to get out of Holland at the last moment and went to England. Later she returned to the States and went to live with her cousin, Edith Maltby (Greene) Jobes. Following the death of my Aunt Emmie, I was unable to get any word from these cousins.

VIII.3419. Edith Rebecca Maltby, b. June 13, 1878 (Theodore 7, Geo.W.6, Augustus 5, Stephen 4, Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Jan. 24, 1901, Harris Ray Greene, Yale, 1906, mar. by Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes. In Nov. 1901, she gave birth to twin daughters. The one who breathed at birth, died, and the twin that was not breathing survived. It cost the mother her life.

IX.4459. Edith Maltby Greene, b. Nov. 1901.