Post-Standard - March 2, 1924 Died-Maltby.
In this city Feb. 29, Jacob Maltby. He is survived by one son, M. J. Maltby of Camillus, N.Y., and four daughters, Mrs. James Kelsey and Mrs. Thomas Groucott of Seneca Falls, and Mrs. Walter Gray of Geneva, N.Y., and Mrs. James O'Loughlin of this city. Funeral from the home of Mrs. O'Loughlin, 142 Fitch street, Monday at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Oakwood cemetery. Friends invited.
Tombstone inscription on the Chester Molby farm
William Maltby died March 13, 1860 aged 45 y'rs 7 mo's & 19 days. (so born July 24, 1814.)
Ground in this cemetery has since been leveled.
Baldwinsville Gazette - issue of May 19, 1880 Under Camillus. Allen Maltby has an auction of stock, farming utensils, etc., Saturday, on the S. B. Rowe farm.
1875 Camillus Census - 1st Election District 108. Mary A. Maltby, 61 F. ---- Keeping house Onondaga Now widow Allen " 27 M. son Farmer " Single Sally " Sims, 25 F. dau. " Now widow Franklin Johnson,19 M. - Farm hand " Single Joseph Ryan, 20 M. " Ireland " Deaths during year ending June 1, 1875 Stewart Sims, 30 M., married, died Aug. 26 (1874), born Onondaga, farm hand, accidentally killed by being drawn into Thrashing machine. 1870 Camillus Census 311. Simons ? Steward, 25 M. farm laborer New York Sally " 20 F. keeping house " Minnie C. " 2 F. " Allen Maltby, 23 M. farm laborer " Mary A. " 52 F. living with son " June 25, 1870
Some of these Camillus census records were in process of being re bound, so I was unable to see them until very recently.