Mary Bryan1

F, b. 15 February 1649
     Mary was born on Monday, 15 February 1649 in Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Richard Bryan, granddaughter of Alexander Bryan.2 On 21 May 1654, she was christened in Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut.3 Mary married John Maltby, son of John Maltby and Mary Williamson, on 28 February 1666 in New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut.4 Her husband was lost at sea. On 10 June 1676, he was declaed deceased making her a widow. Mary's husband, John, died before 10 June 1676 in New Haven County, Connecticut, leaving her a widow.5 Mary married 2nd Reverand Joseph Taylor. Mary's husband, Joseph, died on 4 April 1682, leaving her a widow. Mary married 3rd John Howell Jr. in 1690.

Family 1

John Maltby b. c 1640, d. b 10 Jun 1676

Family 2

Reverand Joseph Taylor b. 1651, d. 4 Apr 1682

Family 3

John Howell Jr. d. 8 Mar 1692


  1. [S135] Clarence Almond Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, John Maltby - died 1676; married Mary Bryan born 1650; Mary married 2nd 1677? Joseph Taylor & married 3rd 1690 John Howell Jr.; 28 February 1666 at Milford, Connecticut.
  2. [S756] Dorothy Maltby Verill, Maltby-Maltbie Family History, page 223 - Mary Bryan born 15 February 1649, daughter of Richard Bryan.
  3. [S756] Dorothy Maltby Verill, Maltby-Maltbie Family History, page 223 - from the church records of Milford, under baptisms - 21 May 1654, Mary, daughter of Mary, wife of Richard Briant, & Alexander, her son - 3 September 1654, Hannah, daughter of Mary, wie of Richard Briant ...
  4. [S756] Dorothy Maltby Verill, Maltby-Maltbie Family History, page 223 - Mary Bryan married 28 February 1666 John Maltby - New Haven Town Records [this is a footnote].
  5. [S115] Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations Of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, On The Basis Of Farmer's Registar, Volume III: page 145 - John Maltby - New Haven, m. Mary, d. of Richard Bryan of Milford, had John, and Mary, was lost at sea, as in 1676 was conclud. and 10 June of that yr. his inv. of only £58. was brot. in; yet he has the
    prefix of respect, and he was prob. a valua. man.