Children of Lois Osborn and John Peck: VI.488. Charlotte Peck, b. 1781; m. Dennis Covert. No issue. VI.489. John " b. ----; m. Sarah ----; had dau. Nancy (7). VI.490. Ezekiel Osborne Peck, b. abt. 1787; d. July 4, 1795. VI.491. Mary Elizabeth " b. abt. 1789; d. Aug. 10, 1856, unmar. VI.492. Francis Sidney " b. June 1791; d. Aug. 13, 1792.
V.165. Eden Buroughs Cornwall, b. Mch. 20, 1766 (Abigail 4, John 3, John 2, Wm.1). Mar. June 12, 1788, Thankful Harrison, dau. of Daniel and Hannah (Barker) Harrison. She was b. Aug. 12, 1764.
Note. Mrs. F. Corbin in the Harrison Genealogy, states: "Thank- ful Harrison mar. Rev. John Cornwall." I think this may be an error.
Rev. John Cornwall, father of Eden (New Haven Gen. Mag. July 1924, p. 461) states that by his 2nd wife, Abigail Maltbie, he had Eden, bp. May 4, 1766 (N.H.C.2) and Lydia, bp. Jan. 20, 1771 (N.H.C.2). Eden resided at Stamford, Conn., d. 22 Aug. 1833. Consequently Thank- ful Harrison, b. 1764, did not marry Rev. John Cornwall, who was born in 1738.
Children: VI.493. John E. Cornwall, b. 1789 (Ref. Dr. Edward E. Cornwall, M.D., Brooklyn, N.Y.) d. Apr. 25, 1792 (?). VI.494. Lydia " b. Nov. 5, 1792, " " VI.495. Amanda " b. Jan. 17, 1795 " " VI.496. John E. " b. June 3, 1802 " " m. Nov. 22, 1826, Polly Beebe, 5 children. VI.497. William I. " b. Aug. 24, 1809.
V.166. Lydia Cornwall, b. Nov. 27, 1770 (Abigail 4, John 3, John 2, Wm.1). She was b. in New Haven, Conn., and mar. Nov. 1789, Noah Rogers, Junior. (N.H. Gen. Mag. has the mar. 1784). She d. April 1808. "They had seven children."
(Note. "Noah Rogers" is a Branford name which comes into this Maltby Genealogy various times, but I have no way of tracing the Rogers line of descent).
V.167. Colonel William Lyon, b. Mar. 6, 1748 (Eliz.4, Nathaniel 3, John 2, Wm.1). Mar. Lois Mansfield, dau. of Nathan and Deborah (Dayton) Mansfield. She was b. Apr. 13, 1747, dau. of Isaac and Elizabeth dau. of Michael and Eliz. (Brown) Todd, son of Isaac and Rebecca Tuttle, Dayton, son of Samuel Dayton. Rebecca Tuttle was dau. of Jonathan and Rebecca, dau. of Lieut. Francis Bell of Stamford.
Nathan Mansfield was son of Deacon Jonathan and Sarah (Alling) Mansfield, he a son of John and Susanna (Coe) Alling, who was son of Roger Alling.
Col. William Lyon was a noted antiquary; the first cashier of the old New Haven bank, the first bank established in the city. After the death of his father, he supported and educated his sisters, as shown by an agreement, Dec. 17, 1792. "In consideration of support and education received from our brother William Lyon, after decease of our father, we give up to him all right and interest in said