(omit 2 lines) (B. "Aunt Ruth" - Ruth Collins, wife of Samuel (6) Chauncy Maltby,) ( (Please omit these two lines.) b. 1792 ) (C. "Aunt Foot" - Selina (6) Maltby (John (5), Sam (4), Sam (3), ) Sam (2)). Copy of Samuel Maltby's tombstone at Northford. In memory of Mr. Samuel Maltby who died Dec. 1st A.D. 1771, in ye 53rd year of his Age. Kind reader prepare for the important hour of death."
III.36. Mary Maltby, b. Feb. 28, 1725 (Sam. 2, Wm. 1). Mar. Dec. 11, 1751, at Branford, Conn., William Gould, Jun. (Conn. Marriages) Note. William Gould evidently was a widower when he married Mary Maltby as Saybrook records state "1749. June 22, Mr. Wm. Gould and Mary Lord of Saybrook, married," and: "1750. July 8, Died Mary Gould wife of William Gould." Then: "1751, Dec. 11, Wm. Gould, Jr. and Mary Maltby, married at Branford."
(Branford Rec. p. 102) "Died. 1763. Feb. 11, Mary Gould, wife of William, of smallpox in 37th year of her age. (p. 174) After the death of Mary Maltby, William Gould evidently married again, as I find the following: "1763. May 6, Dr. William Gould mar. Mary Johnson."
Child of Mary Maltby and William Gould. IV.119. Samuel Gould, b. April 23, 1761--(Untraced.)
III.37. Sarah Maltby, b. Nov. 10, 1729 (Sam. 2, Wm. 1). Mar. May 30, 1753, Colonel Edward Russell of Branford, Conn. (Branford Rec. p.105). (Trowbridge Gen. p. 41) "Capt. Edward Russell was a son of John and Mary (Barker) Russell; grandson of Lieut. John and Sarah (Trow- bridge) Russell. Edward was b. Aug. 19, 1733 and died Dec. 26, 1819. He was in the 5th Battalion Wadsworth's Brigade: Col. Douglas Regt. 1776. Sarah died in 1825. The Russells claim to be connected with Judge Russell of Cromwell's time.
Children: IV.120. John Russell, b. Sept. 11, 1756 IV.121. Sarah " b. July 29, 1759 IV.122. Mary " b. Apr. 17, 1763 (Untraced) IV.123. Abigail " b. Nov. 24, 1765; d. Mar. 21, 1768 IV.124. Abigail " b. July 11, 1770
III.39. Jonathan Maltbie, b. June 29, 1720 (Jonathan 2, Wm. 1). He mar. Feb. 27, 1743/4, Abigail Holmes, "at evening" by his honored father, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace." At this time Abigail Holmes is called of "Greenwich."
Jonathan Maltbie died at Stamford, Conn., Aug. 13, 1745. His widow was killed by lightning, at Stamford, Aug. 9, 1747. Family tradition is that she stepped out on the porch to see if the storm was over as she was going out "to Tea," when the lightning was attracted by the buckles on her shoes, which killed her.
Child: IV.125. Jonathan Maltbie, b. Dec. 17, 1744.