|William Mattingly (#47133065)|
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Born March 10, 1940 in Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia to Herman Hanson Mattingly and Mary Lee Oma Crowe and the second eldest of seven children to Herman and six to Mary.|
My primary genealogical interests include Mattingly and Crow/e and connecting lines. I am descended from Cezar Mattingly but research all of the Mattingly name. From the Crow side, I am descended from James Crow (1713) and his second wife, Grace Denson.
If you see a memorial created by me and the individual concerned is of your immediate line, but not of mine, I am happy to transfer that memorial to you in accordance with Findagrave rules.
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|Everett Mefford||RE: Martha Lee Galloway Mefford|
She is an older cousin
|Gladys Turner Dinkeloo||Hatfield|
Thanks so much for making updating all the Hatfield Memorials. Gladys
|LF||RE: Steele Mattingly|
Thanks for your reply.
I take it that this Mattingly family is not a direct relation to you. Have you any idea where the unusual name of "Steele" came from?
I am from the Faris side.
Added by LF on May 17, 2013 3:55 PM
Do you believe the Steele Mattingly you have on Find a Grave is the spouse of Alberta Florence Faris (1866-1951) who was the daughter of Daniel Faris and Mary Moren? I found her and her son, Steele F. Mattingly, with her parents in the 1900 (reported as Bertie) and 1910 census. She is reported as a widow.
In 1920 and 1930 Bertie is the Head of Household. In the 1940 census her son, Steele, is head of household and his family includes a wife, Anna L., and children: Steele F., Helen L., Mildred F., and Anna M. They lived in Lewis, KY
Added by LF on May 17, 2013 9:14 AM
|Stephen Walker||Reuben Durrett|
Could you please link Reuben Durrett #85597065 to his parents Robert O'Brien Durrett #108273414 and Sallie Phillips Durrett #108273076?
Thanks, Steve Walker
|Janet Sitts McDonald||Roy Everett Mattingly|
Can you please add the following to Roy Everett Mattingly's memorial: He was born at home and was the youngest son of Thomas and Mahala Mattingly.
He passed away the evening of May 10, 1898 at just 18 years of age after lifting a big plow into a wagon by himself earlier that day.
|Janet Sitts McDonald||Mattingly|
There were two more children born to Thomas and Mahala; I will look up that information this evening after work. Also I have the information on Thomas Mattingly and if you don't mind I would like to make the corrections to what you have on his memorial. Some of the information is correct and some must have gotten mixed up over the years. For example the Louis M 4 yrs old that shows in the 1910 census as being a grandchild was indeed a grandchild but his name was Marion Lewis 4 years old (born in 1905) who was being raised by his grandparents after his mothers death in 1907.
|Janet Sitts McDonald||Jessie Mattingly|
Actually Jessie Murl Mattingly was a girl. She only lived a few months and that is all the information I have on her.
|Janet Sitts McDonald||Jessie Madison Mattingly|
I found a Jessie Murl Mattingly born to Lewis Thomas Mattingly and Mahala Mattingly on March 21, 1901, died July 31, 190 in the family tree book. You have a memorial for Jessie Madison Mattingly with same dates of birth and death. I believe it is the same person.
|Janet Sitts McDonald||Marion Mattingly|
My great uncle Marion would have been living with his grandparents, Lewis Thomas Mattingly and Mahala Mattingly at that time as he went to live with them when my great grandmother died in 1907. He married Mamie Price in 1923 and they moved to Liberal MO. If not for this awesome family tree book (literally a book, hard cover and over 600 pages) that one of my 2nd or 3rd cousins put together back in the late 1980s I wouldn't have as much information as I do on the Mattinglys. I appreciate your help!
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