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Maltby Genealogy - American Lineage - Third Generation


Her Parents - John and Hannah (LORD) MALTBY

Spouse Parents -

Kids - none

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CBf. Jane MALTBY, b. May 12, 1710 (Ref. Ralph D. Smith) (John 2, Wm. 1). She died unmarried.

The Saybrook Records contain the "Distribution of the Estate of Jane Maltbie."

"To John, Elizabeth, minor daughter of Nathaniel Maltbie late of Saybrook, Hannah, wife of Abraham Hodgkin, Mary, wife of Gershom Lewis, and Dorothy wife of Isaac Johnson, Jr. Administration granted to Gershom Lewis, brother-in-law, on the Estate of Jane Maultbie of Guilford." Had no real estate. She was a milliner at Guilford, where she died single, July 24, 1737 aged 25. (This would give her birth as 1712).

The Inventory of her Estate at Guilford is dated "July 19, 1737.Valued at #52-18s.-10d. plus debts due, amounting to #62-16-3." Miss Schofield saw this Inventory but had not time to copy it. She wrote: "The list of her clothes was fascinating!"

The "Talcott M.S., New Haven Hist. Soc." States: "Died. Jane Maultbie from Saybrook, 30, June 12, 1737." (This would make her birth 1707). It will be noticed there is no mention of her brother William, but the Adm. Rec. begins with her brother John.

     Children - none


Dorothy's Maltby Manuscript



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---- my Maltby ID Code is: CFE-BDD-DAE-D

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