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Sgt George Dyer Matteson

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Sgt George Dyer Matteson

Birth
Jefferson County, New York, USA
Death
20 Oct 1910 (aged 71)
Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, USA
Burial
Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, USA
Memorial ID
73636341 View Source

Different spellings of last name adds confusion. It could be Mattison or Mattson

Two markers for Mr. Matteson (Mattison)

Wife:

Martha

Information below provided by graver:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46564844

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Obit found

George Dyer Matteson

News has been received here on the death in Tacoma, Wash., Oct 20, of George Dyer Matteson, a former resident of this county and a veteran of the Civil War. Mr. Matteson was born in the farm in the town of LeRay near Sanfords Corners, now occupied by his uncle Frank D. Matteson. He was born 71 years ago. After the close of the Civil War, Mr. Matteson went to Minnesota and soon after removed to Tacoma, where he had since resided. Death was due to apoplexy. Mr. Matteson is survived by his widow, one daughter, Mrs J. L. Chase (Ida B or L & John L. Chase) a son R. D. Matteson, and two brothers William W. Matteson, of Herman, N.Y. and Charles Matteson, of Canton.

Watertown Re-Union, Nov 2, 1910 Pg 5 Col 4

Different spellings of last name adds confusion. It could be Mattison or Mattson

Two markers for Mr. Matteson (Mattison)

Wife:

Martha

Information below provided by graver:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46564844

Their suggestion:
-------------------------
Obit found

George Dyer Matteson

News has been received here on the death in Tacoma, Wash., Oct 20, of George Dyer Matteson, a former resident of this county and a veteran of the Civil War. Mr. Matteson was born in the farm in the town of LeRay near Sanfords Corners, now occupied by his uncle Frank D. Matteson. He was born 71 years ago. After the close of the Civil War, Mr. Matteson went to Minnesota and soon after removed to Tacoma, where he had since resided. Death was due to apoplexy. Mr. Matteson is survived by his widow, one daughter, Mrs J. L. Chase (Ida B or L & John L. Chase) a son R. D. Matteson, and two brothers William W. Matteson, of Herman, N.Y. and Charles Matteson, of Canton.

Watertown Re-Union, Nov 2, 1910 Pg 5 Col 4


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MILITARY INSCRIPTION
CO. K.
16 N.Y. H A

HEADSTONE INSCRIPTION
FATHER
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN


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