Dec. 30, 1919 Louisville Jefferson County Kentucky, USA
married December 26, 1866 daughter of Lewis Pate
Breckinridge News - Wednesday 1-7-1920:
The funeral of Mrs. O. B. Mattingly, whose death occurred in Louisville, was held in the Baptist Church of this city on Thursday, New Years Day, at 11 o'clock in the morning. The services were conducted by Rev. Horace Kingsburg, Pastor of the First Christian Church, Owensboro, Ky., and the interment took place in the Cloverport Cemetery. The active pallbearers were Messrs. J. M. Gregory, Hilary Hardin, John Burke, Marion Weatherholt, O. W. Holder and Joe Allen. Those who attended the funeral from out of town were all of Mrs. Mattingly's surviving children, Louis Mattingly of Osawatomie, Kans., J. Fraize Mattingly, Cornersburg, Ind., Mrs. D. C. Benton and family of Louisville and Jas Mattingly, of Marshall, Texas. With these were Mrs. Mary Willett and Mrs. B. F. Hicker, of Louisville, and Mrs. Mary Hardaway, of Guston. Mrs. Mattingly was in Louisville, spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. D. C. Benton, and Mr. Benton when she was taken ill on Christmas Day. Her condition was considered serious from the beginning and the end came the following Tuesday, December 30 at 8:50 PM. Her remains were brought to Cloverport Thursday morning on the 10:40 o'clock train, and conveyed to the church for the funeral. Mrs. Mattingly, before her marriage, was Sarah Eliza Pate, daughter of Lewis Pate. She was born in Breckinridge County near McDaniels, Ky. on July 25, 1848, and on December 26, 1866 she was married to Oliver B. Mattingly who died May 26, 1911. To this union the following children were born, Louis V., James W., David, J. Fraize, Bertha and Emmet Mattingly. David and Emmet Mattingly are deceased. After her marriage Mrs. Mattingly lived in Cloverport and was one of the oldest residents. She was a woman who possessed many lovable traits which endeared her to her neighbors and friends. Besides her children and grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Julia Wood, of this city survive.