IV.96. Sarah Maltby, bp. June 23, 1765 (Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). She is called "Sall Maltby" Page, in a letter from Miss Esther T. Maltby, written in 1868.
IV.98. Benjamin Maltby, b. Jan. 20, 1755 (Benj.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Jan. 22, 1778, Rebecca Taintor, dau. of Nathaniel and Submit (Tyler) Taintor. She was b. Sept. 20, 1758 and died April 22, 1836. Their marriage is recorded at North Branford.
She is evidently the "Submit, dau. of Nathaniel Taintor, late of Northford" mentioned in the Deed of Jonathan (4) and Lydia Bartholomew his wife, dated 11 July 1775.
(First Census of the United States, 1790) "Heads of Families." "Benjamin Maltby of Branford. 2 males over 16 5 males under 16. 3 females."
"In 1784. Nov. Admitted to the Church of Christ, Norfolk. Benjamin Mallbie." The tombstones of Benjamin Maltby and his wife Rebecca are "in the old Yard at Northford." "In memory of Dea. Benjamin Maltby who died May 10, 1823 In his 69 year. In memory of Rebekah Maltby wife of Benjamin Maltby who died April 22, 1836 Aged 78 years."
(Vol. 34, p. 296. Branford) "Branford. July 3, 1790.
Agreement between Benjamin Maltby, Jr., of Branford, to Jehiel Todd of Wallingford. Said Maltby is to provide and furnish said Todd with a pair of good Burr mill stones together with a Bolting Mill and Bolt to cover a reel fourteen foot long, said mill stones and Bolt are to be put in a mill said Tod is building in Ireland (?) in Springfield, in Massachusetts State, for which said Maltby is to be entitled to 1/5 part of the toll said mill stones bring in, said Todd agreeing to deliver the above fifth part of all grain taken on toll in the Month of May annually to some store said Maltby shall provide in Middletown--said Maltby to pay half the expense that shall arise for the delivery of said grain, etc. 3 July. 1790 (Springfield Deeds. Vol. 32, p. 97)
"James Bishop of Westfield, in the County of Hampshire, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Miller, ---fo # 300, to Benjamin Maltby of Branford--3/4 of one certain Grist Mill standing on the mile brook in the town of Westfield aforesaid--called Boggs Mills with all the priviledges and appurtenances thereto belonging." "30 Oct. 1792."