Tombstone inscriptions, Riverview Cemetery, Baldwinsville, N.Y. John Maltby, 1823-1904 Malvina Malone, his wife, 1842-1921 (Ernest Coons, 1871-1936 (Lillian M., his wife, 1874-1943 Baldwinsville Burial Records 3201. John Maltby, 81-3-0, M., born Van Buren, Cerebral hemorrhage, buried Oct. 29, 1904, in lot 124 R.V. 4448. Malvina Maltby, 79 F., born North Manlius, N.Y. Lobar pneumonia, buried June 25, 1921, in lot 124 R.V. (Her age given as 79-7-15.) 5620. Ernest Coons, 64 M., born Dutchess Co., N.Y., heart trouble, died Aug. 1, 1936, buried lot 124 R.V. 7073. Lillian Maltby Coons, 69 F., born Van Buren, Cerebral hemorrhage, died Dec. 8, 1943, buried lot 124 R.V.
Lillian Madora Maltby's dates are from a small Bible which is now in the possession of Mrs. Emma Wormuth King, 31 Downer St., Baldwinsville, N.Y., where Lillian died. This says she was married at Mrs. Clearwater's in Red Hook, where she boarded, by the Rev. J. A. Heron or Hern.
Baldwinsville Gazette - issue of Oct. 27, 1904
At his home in Van Buren, Thursday, Oct. 27, 1904, John Maltby aged 81 years and three months. Funeral will be held at the house Saturday at 10:30 a.m., burial being made in Riverview cemetery. Deceased is survived by a wife and one daughter, Miss Lillie Maltby. Mr. Maltby was one of the oldest residents of the town of Van Buren and was well known throughout this section.
Baldwinsville Gazette - issue of June 30, 1921 Died-Maltby
At her home in Red Hook, N.Y., Wednesday June 22, 1921, Mrs. John Maltby, widow of the late John Maltby aged 79 years. Services were held at the home on Thursday afternoon, the remains being brought to Baldwinsville on Friday. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. James L. Coote officiating. Burial was made in Riverview cemetery. She was many years a resident of the town of Van Buren going, nine years ago, to live in Red Hook with her daughter Miss Lillian Maltby, who is her only survivor.
Compiler's Note. Although I lived in Ithaca, N.Y., for seven years and in that time made magnetic observations in most of the upstate counties, my time was so occupied that it was not feasible to seek out many of the descendants of Jacob Maltby to obtain historic or biographic data from them. It results, therefore, that most of the information had to be obtained when and where it could be found in the very recent years. I am most happy to give credit to Miss Lesley E. Voorhees for making a thorough search for data pertaining to this branch of Jonathan's family.