Theodore Mills Maltbie

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Theodore Mills Maltbie (born New York City, April 29, 1842; died Granby, Connecticut, November 13, 1915[1]) was a lawyer and a member of both the Connecticut State Assembly and the Connecticut State Senate. He was a member of the Connecticut Constitutional Convention of 1902.

He was born Theodore Mills, the son of Pliny and Anna Fowler Mills; his father died in May 1842 and Theodore was adopted by Apphia Fowler Maltbie and Alonzo J. Maltbie, his maternal aunt and uncle.[2]

His son William M. Maltbie was also a lawyer and became Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court.


  1. ^ New York Times, November 14, 1915, obituary
  2. ^ Genealogy of the Twining Family, Thomas Jefferson Twining, Chicago, 1890, p. 47