Maltby Genealogy

American Lineage

years. (Represented Norwalk in General Assembly of Conn., 1807).

He was a son of Joseph and Rebecca (Rogers) Lockwood, and was 2nd cousin to his father-in-law, Dr. Thaddeus Betts. (Ref: ""Family Gen. by George Barlow, p.119,120;" "Lockwood Gen.;" "Hist. of Nor- walk, p.226--291;" "Richard's Gen., p.103").

VI.591.  Sarah Lockwood, b. Dec. 9, 1782, Norwalk, m. Asa Marvin, 1 ch.
VI.592.  Ralph     "     b. July 9, 1787, m. Esther Gregory, 6 children.
VI.593.  Stephen   "     b. July 1, 1789, m. Sally Richards, 5    "
VI.594.  Elizabeth "     b. Mch. 24, 1791, m. Daniel Gibbs, 3     "
VI.595.  George    "     b. July 29, 1793, m. Mary Cannon, 16     "
VI.596.  Henry     "     b. May 11, 1795, m. Aurelia Chichester,3   "
VI.597.  Mary Betts "    b. Apr. 17, 1799, m. Rev. Henry Benedict
VI.598.  Esther     "    b. July 13, 1797.

V.231. Judge William Maltby Betts, b. Jan. 4, 1759, at Norwalk, Conn. (Elizabeth 4, Wm.3, Wm.2, Wm.1). Mar. June 28, 1785, Lucretia Gregory. She d. Sept. 3, 1830, ae. 67. He was a member of the Prudential Committee of the Presbyterian Church of Norwalk, in 1814-1820-1822, 1825, 1827-1828-1830.

Represented Norwalk in the State Legistature in 1800-1-2-3-4- 9-10. He was for many years Postmaster and Judge of Probate of Nor- walk, "a most worthy and excellent man." He d. Feb. 3, 1832.

VI.599.  William Betts, b. June 3, 1787, d. at Wilton.
VI.600.  Thaddeus  "    b. Feb. 4, 1789, Yale Coll, 1807; d. 1840.
VI.601.  Angelina  "    b. May 18, 1794.

V.232. Mary Betts, b. July 11, 1761 (Eliz.4, Wm.3, Wm.2, Wm.1). Mar. Daniel Platt. She d. Feb. 1, 1780, or as her tombstone at Norwalk, Reads: "Feb. 3, 1782, aged 21 years."
VI.602.  Mary Platt, d. Mar. 10, 1799, aged 18 years. (Ref. Betts
Gen.); and "Hist. of Norwalk," mar. William Betts."

V.233. Elizabeth Maltby, (John 4, Wm.3, Wm.2, Wm.1).

Until comparatively recently, Rev. John Maltby was thought to have died unmarried. He had at least four children.

Elizabeth mar. Dr. W. Smith Stevens of Charlestown, S.C. They had at least on dau., as in 1809, he with his dau. Susan Eliza Stevens, sold their portion of the Estate to Stow Wood of Bermuda, W. I. Purchase price # 234. The "Estate" was evidently that of Elizabeth's parents. Stow Wood of Bermuda, mar. Margaret Maltby, sister of Elizabeth, the latter was probably dead in 1809, as the dau. is selling with her father.

"The South Carolina Gazette" has a notice of Elizabeth's marriage.

"Last Thursday evening Dr. William Smith Stevens, of this city, was married to Miss Elizabeth Maltby, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Maltby, deceased, of Bermuda." (Monday, Dec. 27, 1784).

"Maltby came to South Carolina in 1770, hence I infer his child- ren were born at Bermuda."

VI.603.  Susan Eliza Stevens.
VI.603.  Susan Eliza Stevens.