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Maltby Genealogy - American Lineage - Fourth Generation

Dr. Thaddeus and Elizabeth (MALTBY) BETTS

His Parents - Captain William and Sarah (DAVENPORT) MALTBY

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Kid - Sarah , William Maltby and Mary

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CDA-a. Elizabeth MALTBY, bp. 27 Mar. 1726, New Haven (Wm.3, Wm.2, Wm.1). m. May 15, 1754, Dr. Thaddeus BETTS, b. May 5, 1724, M. D. Yale College, 1745. He was a prominent person in the time of the Rev. War, and a "highly respected physcian." Elizabeth was his 2nd wife, and they were married at Stamford, Conn. His first wife was Mary Gold, dau. of John Gold. Thaddeus Betts was born at Norwalk. He was a son of John (3), John (2), Thomas (1) Betts.

Elizabeth died Feb. 8, 1789, and he m. (3) Eleanor (Holmes) Fairchild Lyman. Dr. Betts died at Ridgefield, Conn. Mar. 22, 1807 in his 83rd year.

    Children of Elizabeth Maltby amd Dr. Betts: 
CDA-aa.  Sarah Betts, b. Mar. 7, 1757 (Ref. Hist. Norwalk, p. 138,  
                       207, 208, 226, and Lockwood Gen. p. 209). 
CDA-aB.  William Maltby Betts, b. Jan. 4, 1759 
CDA-ac.  Mary             "    b. July 11, 1761 


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