Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

VIII.3612. Lyman Maltby, b. Apr. 10, 1896 (Herman 7, Lyman 6, Jacob 5, Jonathan 4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Mar. Dec. 16, 1915, Alice May Thurston*. See p. S 86-7 for Lyman's obituary notice.

	Children: all b. in Syracuse except Ted, b. in Baldwinsville
IX.4712. Ruth Alice Maltby, b. Sept. 3, 1916;
                            m. Nov. 9, 1935, Dr. Richard Martin Sears.
IX.4713. Irene Lucina  "    b. Feb. 19, 1919; single.
IX.4714. Robert Lyman  "    b. July 12, 1921; m. Feb. 5, 1944, Margie
                               Rowe.  Res. Lakeland, N.Y.
IX.4715. Iva Florence  "    b. Apr. 16, 1926; m. Dec. 2, 1950, Donald
                                Carr.  Res. Baldwinsville, N.Y.
IX.4716. Ted Thurston  "    b. June 28, 1935.

VIII.3614. Frank Lewis Molby, b. ca. 1868; d. 1939 (Chester J.7, Sam.6, Chester 5, Jonathan 4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Mar. Grace Kelley. He was a student in Hillsdale College. He spent much of his life in the Supervising Architect's Office in Washington, D.C. For a time he was an architect in Detroit. His wife is living in Washington, D.C. (1954) He b. Hillsdale, Mich; d. Beallsville, Maryland. Grace Isabelle Kelley, b. Elgin, Ill. Mar. 9, 1875, d. Nov. 6, 1965.

IX.4716A. Richard V. Molby, b. ca. 1896; Married; Had descendants.
	Please see corrections on p. S 86-1.

VIII.3615. Edgar G. Molby, b. ca. 1870; d. ca. 1920 (Chester J.7, Sam.6, Chester 5, Jonathan 4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). He mar. Nellie ----. He was a student in Hillsdale College. He was later an executive in the offices of Pierce, Butler and Pierce, of Syracuse, N.Y., and manager of the eastern office in New York City, and later in business for himself. His home was at Richmond Hill, L.I.

IX.4716B. Beatrice Molby.

VIII.3616. Professor Fred A. Molby, b. Jan. 5, 1878, near Linn, Ks. (Sam.J.7, Sam.6, Chester 5, Jonathan 4, Sam.3, Sam.2, Wm.1). Married at Newton, Ks., Sept. 17, 1907, Leona Houghton, dau. of Austin E. and Eva K. (Stem) Houghton. She died June 30, 1944. Bur. Linn, Kansas. He mar. (2) February 18, 1946, at Nashville, Tenn., Frances R. Wilson. She died October 26, 1950. Buried Baldwin, Kansas. No children. Her grandfather Wilson with his family moved from Southern Indiana one hundred years ago (1854) to Jasper Co., Iowa. (Biographical sketch from American Men of Science, Aug. 1954)

"Molby, Prof. Fred A. Molby, 821 Chapel Street, Baldwin, Kansas. Speciality Physics. Born near Linn, Kansas, Jan. 5, 1878...Bachelor of Arts, Baker University, 1904; Master of Arts, Cornell University, 1908. Doctor of Philosophy (physics) 1910. Assist. physics, Baker University 1902-04. U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Magnetic Observ- atory, 1904-5; Junior magnetic observer, Carnegie Institute, 1905; assistant physics, Cornell University, 1906-08; instructor, 1908-12; assistant professor, Indiana, 1912-18; Cincinnati, 1918-20; associate professor, West Virginia, 1920-21; professor, 1921-1948; professor emeritus, 1948-

* See p. S 86-7 for her obituary.