Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

	Children of Laurence & Mildred (Parker) Maltby:
X.4866. Lavern Ivan Maltby, b. July 27, 1925, Watertown, N.Y.
X.4867. Alfreda Jean   "    b. Sept. 4, 1926,     "       "
X.4868.(Beatrice Bernice "  b. Sept. 16, 1928,    "       " ; unm. 1954.
X.4869.(Belva Irene      "  b.   "    "    "      "       "
X.4870. Sylvia Rose      "  b. Sept. 5, 1929, Adams, N.Y.

IX.3876. Bernice May Maltby, b. Apr. 18, 1904, Rodman, N.Y. (Norris L.8, Monroe E.7, Calvin 6, Jos.5, Jos.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Feb. 12, 1935, David Smith Davis. Res. (1955) R. 3, Bridgeton, N.J.

X.4871. Natalie Alice Davis, b. Dec. 26, 1935. (She is a sophomore
           (1955) Lebanon Valley College, majoring in music
           education, at Anville, Pa.)
X.4872. Christine Joan Davis, b. Mar. 31, 1937 (a senior in Bridgeton
           High School, plans to take home    , etc., in Salem
           College, West Va., in 1956)
X.4873. Virginia Ruth Davis, b. Mar. 5, 1939 (sophomore in high
           school (1955) "has about decided to prepare for secre-
           tarial work")

Mr. And Mrs. Davis reside on a 120 acre farm where they raise green beans, peas, tomatoes, asparagus and broccoli, under contract to supply canners and freezers, principally Seabrook Farms.

IX.3877. Rev. Leon Monroe Maltby, b. Nov. 26, 1905, Rodman, N.Y (Norris L.8, Monroe E.7, Calvin 6, Jos.5, Jos.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. 1930, Iris Shaltz, b. 1906, Vernon, N.Y. Res. (1954) 750 Hill- side Ave., Plainfield, N.J.

X.4874. Lucile Maltby, b.   ; mar. Mr. Halterman.  Res. (1954)
                              Boulder, Col. 1 child, b. 1954.
X.4875. Ronald    "
X.4876. Allan     "
X.4877. Glendon   "    d. aged about 5

The "Utica Daily Press", Utica, N.Y., Feb. 11, 1946, has his picture in uniform (1st. Lieut) Beneath is:

"New Protestant Chaplain in Rhoads General Hospital, is First Lt. Leon M. Maltby, pictured with a communion set and altar service he made while in service in the South Pacific from shell cases."

(Article) "First Lt. Leon M. Maltby has been assigned as Protestant chaplain at Rhoads General Hospital...

"Lieutenant Maltby served 10 months overseas in the South Pacific area, his last station being with the 526th Quartermaster Group in the Tokyo - Yokohama area.

"A graduate of Milton College and the Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Maltby was pastor of the Seventh Day Baptist Church in Shiloh, N.Y., for eight years.

He had been pastor of the Seventh Day Baptist Church in White Cloud, Mich., for four years prior to entering the army n 1942."

Feb. 1955, letter from his sister, Mrs. Bernice (Maltby) Davis, states: "Leon is at present editor of the "Sabbath Recorder," Seventh Day Baptist denominational weekly. My grandfather was converted to the Seventh Day Baptist belief after marrying my grandmother."