|Birth: ||Mar. 27, 1886|
|Death: ||Dec. 7, 1912|
note: IF LOVE COULD SAVE THOU HADS NOT DIED
Forwarded by Phil Burch - The Breckenridge News 12/11/1912 Page 1:
Robert Emmett Mattingly died in Oklahoma City Saturday, December 7. He had been ill of typhoid fever seven weeks. Mr. Mattingly is the son of Mrs. O. B. Mattingly, of this city, and was born March 27, 1886. He leaves his wife, who was Miss grace Agnew, and a baby daughter. Besides one sister, Mrs. Carl Benton, and four brothers, David, Lewis, Fraize and James Mattingly, of Marshall , Texas . The latter accompanied the body home and the funeral was held yesterday at 1:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. James H. Walker of the Methodist church, conducted the services. The death of Mr. Mattingly brought heart-aches to his loved ones in Cloverport and his dear ones in Oklahoma, as Mrs. Mattingly could not come with the body on account of the critical illness of the baby. Mr. Mattingly went West about four years ago. He had returned home for a visit during that time and kept up his interest here. His death seemed untimely to his grief-stricken family, and the deepest sympathy of friends goes out to them.
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Record added: Jun 15, 2008
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