VI.813. Betsey Maltby, b. Sept. 9, 1817. VI.814. Benjamin " b. Dec. 7, 1826. VI.815. Alfred Harrison Maltby, b. Dec. 18, 1828; d. Dec. 25, 1847. Buried in the Maltby Burial Ground, Southington, Ohio. VI.816. Warren M. Maltby, b. Aug. 3, 1830. VI.817. Newell " b. June 12, 1832. (N.Y. Gen. & Biog. Reg., Vol. 54, p. 8) "Town of Groton. East Groton Cemetery. "Betsey, wife of Nathaniel H. Maltby, d. Nov. 28, 1836, aged 47 years, 11 months."
V.304. Julia Maltby, b. Oct. 17, 1790, at Norfolk, Ct. (Benj.4, Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Mar. Jan. 8, 1812, Ira Rose, b. May 14, 1788. (Norfolk Rec.)
Children: VI.818. Lucy Rose, b. Nov. 12, 1812; mar. Cornelius Whitlock. No children. VI.819. Samuel Rose, b. Aug. 6, 1815; was killed instantly, while gathering hickory nuts, by a falling limb of a tree. (Ref. Mrs. B. H. Mayhew). VI.820. Hannah Rose, b. Nov. 2, 1817, m. 1839, John T. Chambers. 6 children. VI.821. Laura " b. Oct. 23, 1821; d. May 15, 1822. VI.822. Julia " b. April 3, 1827.
V.305. Daniel Maltby, b. April 13, 1793, Norfolk, Ct. (Benj.4, Dan.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). "He removed to Homer, N.Y., where he married Esther G. Tappin, and about 1819, they went to Southington, Trumbull Co., Ohio. He went with his father, Benjamin (4) Maltby. "
Esther Tapping was born on Long Island, N.Y. July 23, 1796, and died in Saybrook, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, July 18, 1873. He d. Oct. 16, 1886, and with his wife are buried in the Saybrook village cemetery. All their children were born in Southington, Trumbull Co., Ohio. Mar. Jan. 1, 1818, according to account of Golden Wedding.
The following article was furnished from a newspaper clipping by Miss Martha J. Maltby.
"Personal""Golden Wedding: The family and friends of Deacon Daniel Maltby, met at Saybrook, Ohio, Jan. 1st, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his marriage. Of the 90 persons present, 60 were Maltbies.
Deacon Maltbie and wife have 12 children, 6 sons and 6 daugh- ters; 10 sons and daughters, in law, 16 grandchildren. All these were present. 6 from Iowa, 7 from Illinois, 3 from Michigan, and 2 from Connecticut, the remainder live in Ohio.
After prayer by Rev. Mr. Cole, pastor of the Congregational Church of Saybrook, the anthem, "When I survey the wondrous cross" was sung by the family. Then followed an interesting address by Mr. Barber of Geneva.