Jonathan Maltby Data




William Maltby, son of Jacob Maltby & Sarah Miner
   b.  July 24, 1814, in the town of Camillus, now Van Buren
   d.  Mar. 13, 1860, near his home in the town of Camillus

Mary Ann Vosburgh, daughter of James Vosburgh & Jane ----
   b.  1815, in the town of Camillus
   d.  1891

   Jacob Maltby, b. Apr. 22, 1839; d. Feb. 29, 1924; m. Ellen Maria
      Mooney, who died Apr. 13, 1915, ae. 69 yrs.
         Carrie Louise Maltby, b. May 30, 1862; d. Dec. 5, 1937;
            m. James W. Kelsey, who died Oct. 18, 1925, ae. 66 yrs.
            Both buried Maplewood cemetery, Camillus, N.Y.
         Jessie Belle Maltby, b. June 5, 1865; d. Jan. 15, 1943;
            m. Thomas Groucutt.  Both buried Seneca Falls, N.Y.
         William Berlin Maltby, b. Oct. 6, 1867; d. Oct. 11, 1897;
            m. Olive G. Manahan, 1867-      .  He buried Maplewood
            cemetery; she living in Binghampton.
         Mary Alice Maltby, b. Jan. 8, 1875; d.        ; m. 1st,
            Adelbert Sanderson; m. 2nd, Walter Gray; m. 3rd, Charles
            Klink.  Live at 134 Fitch St., Syracuse, N.Y.
         Ada M. Maltby, b. May 30, 1878; d.       : m. May 12, 1901,
            James O'Laughlin, born Nov. 6, 1878, died July 26, 1952.
            He buried St. Mary's cemetery, Baldwinsville, N.Y.
         Matthew Jay Maltby, b. Aug. 4, 1884; d.      ; m. Charlotte
            Tinkham.  Live in Camillus, N.Y.
   James V. Maltby, b. 1841; d. Oct. 4, 1868, ae. 27-7-14.
      Buried in old Camillus cemetery.
   Allen Maltby, b. 1847; d.
      Went to Michigan and the family lost trace of him.
   Sarah L. Maltby, b. 1850; d.    ; m. Stewart Sims, who was
      killed in a threshing accident on Aug. 26, 1874, ae. 30 yrs.

William Maltby was a farmer and lived in the town of Camillus. He married a sister of his brother Miner Maltby's wife. His farm was on Nose Hill, a road about two miles south of Camillus, and now abandoned. One March day during a severe blizzard he was returning to his home, when he was overcome by the cold and died in a snow drift at the foot of Nose Hill, where he had crawled on his hands and knees in a desperate effort to reach home.

He is buried in the family burial ground on the Chester Molby farm which has since been leveled. His wife is buried in the old Camillus cemetery.*

*Information from tombstone inscriptions and Bible records in the possession of Ada Maltby (Mrs. James) O'Loughlin, 142 Fitch St., Syracuse 4, N.Y.; Harvey B. Walker, Route 31, Baldwinsville, N.Y. He gave the account of William Maltby's death as he had heard it from the earlier generations.