Milton History

a pictorial history of Milton, PA

Malady Livery Stable

Malady Residence and Livery Stable 29 Broadway

Charles Malady lived here with his wife Emma in 1900. The archway behind the horse went through the residence and led to the stable building at the rear. The Overpeck building can be seen on the left.

From Bell’s History of Northumberland County 1891:  CHARLES MALADY, liveryman, was born in Chillisquaque township, Northumberland county, Pennsylvania, February 18, 1842, son of Anthony and Lydia (Wertz) Malady. His father was a native of Ireland who immigrated to America when eighteen years old. He came to Milton and helped build the Pennsylvania canal, and died in Chillisquaque township in 1860.

The subject of this sketch was reared on the homestead farm, and received his education at the township schools. He was engaged in boating on the canal until 1877, when he established his present livery business. In 1865 he married Emily, daughter of Jonathan Rissell, of Danville, Pennsylvania. In politics he is a Democrat.

Malady map