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View Tree for Charles Bernard MattinglyCharles Bernard Mattingly (b. December 09, 1858, d. September 10, 1915)


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Charles Bernard Mattingly (son of Leonard Barton Mattingly II and Elizabeth Greenwell) was born December 09, 1858 in Raywick, Marion County, Kentucky, and died September 10, 1915 in St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky. He married (1) Sarah Catherine Russell on January 27, 1880 in Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky, daughter of George Greenbriar Russell and Anna Mary Mudd. He married (2) Ann Mary Flanagan on October 23, 1883 in Marion County, Kentucky144, daughter of Benedict Joseph Flanagan and Mary Jane Russell.

 Includes NotesNotes for Charles Bernard Mattingly:
Note 1.
Baptized Charles Bernard Mattingly, 4-16-1859, at St. Charles Catholic Church; birth date given as 12-09-1858; Sponsor was Ann Sevilia Burks; Parents: Barton Mattingly & Elizabeth Greenwell.
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Note 2.
United States Federal Census Information:

On the 1870 St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky Census, he is an 11 year old Kentucky native, a student, living with his parents, Barton and Elizabeth Mattingly.
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Note 3.
Marion County, Kentucky Marriage Records; Book 6; Page 178.

Date of Marriage, January 27, 1880

Name of Groom: Charles B. Mattingly
Residence of groom: Marion County, Kentucky
Age of groom: 21
Number of marriage of groom: First
Occupation: Farmer
Birthplace: Marion County, Kentucky
Birthplace of groom's father: Marion County, Kentucky
Birthplace of groom's mother: Marion County, Kentucky

Name of Bride: Sarah C. Russell
Residence of bride: Marion County, Kentucky
Age of bride: 17
Number of marriage of bride: First
Birthplace of bride: Marion County, Kentucky
Birthplace of bride's father: Marion County, Kentucky
Birthplace of bride's mother: Marion County, Kentucky

To be married at St. Charles Church on January 27, 1880.

I certify that the above is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Witness my hand, this 22nd day of January 1880.
Signed Charles B. Mattingly.

Married, January 27, 1880, by Rev. P. Fermont at St. Charles Catholic Church. Their witnesses were William Mudd and Florence Mattingly.
Sallie and Bernard had no children.
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Note 4.
United States Federal Census Information:

On the 1880 St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky Census, he is a 21 year old Kentucky native, a farmer . Living with him was his 1st wife, Sallie Mattingly.
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Note 5.
Marriage Bond, Marion County, Kentucky. Marriage Records; Book 7; Page 460/461.
Date of Marriage, Oct. 23, 1883

Name of Groom: C.B. Mattingly
Residence of Groom: Marion County, Kentucky
Age of Groom: 24
Number of Marriage of Groom: First (Note: Actually this was his 2nd marriage.)
Occupation: Farmer
Birthplace: Marion County, Kentucky
Birthplace of Groom's Father: Marion County, Kentucky
Birthplace of Groom's Mother: Marion County, Kentucky

Name of Bride: Annie M. Flanagan
Residence of Bride: Marion County, Kentucky
Age of Bride: 16
Number of Marriage of Bride: First
Birthplace of Bride: Marion County, Kentucky
Birthplace of Bride's Father: Marion County, Kentucky
Birthplace of Bride's Mother: Marion County, Kentucky

To be married at St. Charles on the 23rd day of Oct. 1883.

I certify that the above is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Witness my hand, this 22nd day of Oct., 1883.
Signed, Charles B. Mattingly

The Rites of Matrimony were legally solemized by Rev. Pol Fermont at St. Charles in the presence of John Morgan and Sallie Flanagan.

The 1910 Marion County, Ky Census shows that Annie and Bernard were married 26 years.
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Note 6.
United States Federal Census Information:

On the 1900 St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky Census, he is listed as Bern Mattingly, a 41 year old Kentucky native, born Dec. 1859 (Incorrect. He was born in 1858.), a farmer. Living with him were his 2nd wife, Annie Mattingly, and children, Sallie, Ida M., Thomas K., Joseph L. and James B. Mattingly.

On the 1910 Marion County, Kentucky Census, he is listed as C. Bernard Mattingly, a 51 year old Kentucky native, a farmer. Living with him were his 2nd wife, Annie Mattingly, and children, Sallie, Thomas, Wallace and Bernard Mattingly.
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Note 7.
Will of C. B. Mattingly
Will Book 3, Page 58-59, Marion County, Kentucky

Lebanon, Ky. April 7th, 1915
I, C. B. Mattingly, a resident citizen of Marion County, Kentucky, being of sound mind and memory, do make and publish this as my last will and testament.

ITEM 1: I want all my just debts paid as soon after my death as practicable.

ITEM 11: I hereby give and bequeath the sum of $25.00 to the Pastor of the Roman Catholic Church at St. Mary's Ky., called St. Charles Church, this sum to be used as an offering in the saying of masses for the repose of my soul: I also give and bequeath the sum of $25.00 to the Pastor of the Roman Catholic Church at St. Mary's, Ky., called St. Charles Church, the sum to be used as an offering in the saying of masses for the repose of the souls of my deceased wives, Annie Mary Mattingly, and Sallie Catherine Mattingly.

ITEM 111: The balance of my estate, real, personal and mixed, wherever situated I hereby give, devise and bequeath to all my children, Sallie C. Mattingly, Ida Mary Alvey, Thomas Kendrick Mattingly, Wallace Leo Mattingly, and J. Bernard Mattingly, same to be divided among my aforesaid children share and share alike. It is my desire that my farm shall not be sold until my youngest child reaches the age of twenty one years, but if my Executor hereinafter named, should deem it to be the best interest of my estate that said farm should be sold at an earlier date, my said Executor shall have the right to do so.

ITEM IV: I hereby authorize and direct my Executor to sell said farm, as above indicated, for the purpose of distributing the proceeds thereof among my children as set out in paragraph 111 herein, and when sold my said Executor to make to the purchaser thereof, a general warranty deed for same.

ITEM V: I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my friend, S. B. Bottom, of Lebanon, Ky., Executor of this, my last will and testament.

Given under my hand this 7th day of April 1915.
(Signature of C. B. Mattingly was not on this court copy recorded into this Marion County, Kentucky Will Book 3, Pg. 58-59, but was certainly on the original.)


We, the undersigned state that C. B. Mattingly, in our presence, signed and acknowledged the foregoing paper as his last will and testament, and we, as witnesses, sign this paper in his presence and in the presence of each other. This April 7th, 1915.

Chas. C. Boldrick.
J. LaMotte Spalding.


At a regular term of the Marion County Court, held in and for said County in the State of Kentucky, on the 4th day of October 1915, the for going paper purporting to be the last will and testament of C. B. Mattingly, deceased, was produced in open Court and the last will and testament of C. B. Mattingly, deceased, was proven by the oaths of C. C. Boldrick and J. LaMotte Spalding, the two attesting witnesses thereto to be the last will and testament of C. B. Mattingly, deceased, And same was ordered to record as the last will and testament of C. B. Mattingly, deceased. Whereupon I have recorded it, and this certificate. Given under my hand this 5th day of October 1915.

Sam J. Spalding, Clerk
By W. C. Madden, D. C.
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Note 8.
Kentucky Death Records Certificate, Vol. 046, Certificate 22746, Death Vol. 1915:

Listed as: Bernard Mattingly
Date of birth: September 10, 1859 (Note: His birth is incorrect, should be December 9, 1858.)
Birthplace: Kentucky
Marital Status: Widower
Occupation: farmer
Name of father: Barton Mattingly
Birthplace of Father: Kentucky
Maiden name of mother: Lizzie Greenwell
Birthplace of mother: Kentucky
Date of death: September 10, 1915
Place of death: Marion County, Kentucky
The Cause of Death was as follows: cerebral hemorrhage with paralysis, duration, 3 mos. 23 days; contributory: tuberculosis, duration, 2 yrs.
Age: 56
Informant, Mrs. Ida Alvey (by C.U. Bosley), Loretta, Kentucky.
Burial: September 11, 1915 in St. Charles Cemetery, St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky.
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Note 9.
Buried in St. Charles Cemetery, St. Mary's Section D, Card 38, #42. The book about St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Cemetery, by Gerald Thompson, states that his marker shows, "C. B. Mattingly, b. 12-09-1858 d. 9-10-1915."
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Note 10.
To the readers...

I went to St. Charles Cemetery in St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky yesterday, and I found the grave marker for Charles Bernard Mattingly and his two wives, Annie Mary and Sallie C. The marker is a square, column type marker that stands about 4 feet high. On the first side of the column is: Annie M., Apr. 16, 1856, Apr. 21, 1912. On the second side of the column is: C. B. Mattingly, Dec. 9, 1858, Sep. 10, 1915. On the third side of the column is: Sallie C., Feb. 12, 1863, Aug. 10, 1880.

Roger G. Mattingly
May 14, 2004
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Note 11.
To the readers...

Before he died in 1985, my grandfather, James Bernard Mattingly, told me a story about something that had happened in 1912 very soon after his mother had died. He said that his father, Charles Bernard Mattingly, had been married twice. His first wife was a young woman named Sarah C. Russell, whom he married in 1880. A few months after they were married, Sarah died and was buried. In the course of time, Charles married again to a woman named Annie Mary Flanagan. After many years together, Annie Mary died in 1912. After she was buried, Charles took both him and his brother, Wallace, and together they went and dug up the body of Sarah. Then, they reburied her very close to, but not next to, the place where Mary Ann was buried. And in 1915, when Charles Bernard himself had died, he was buried between the two of them.

Roger G. Mattingly
May 14, 2004
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More About Charles Bernard Mattingly:
Baptism: April 16, 1859, St. Charles Catholic Church, St. Mary's, Washington County, Kentucky.
Burial: Abt. September 11, 1915, St. Charles Cemetery, St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky.
Census 1: 1870, St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky; Census: United States Federal Census.
Census 2: 1880, St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky; Census: United States Federal Census.
Will: April 07, 1915, Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky.

More About Charles Bernard Mattingly and Sarah Catherine Russell:
Death of one spouse: August 10, 1880, Sarah died of unknown causes..
Marriage: January 27, 1880, Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky.

More About Charles Bernard Mattingly and Ann Mary Flanagan:
Marriage: October 23, 1883, Marion County, Kentucky.144

Children of Charles Bernard Mattingly and Ann Mary Flanagan are:
  1. +Sarah Catherine Mattingly, b. August 15, 1884, Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky, d. February 1969, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana.
  2. +Mary Ida Mattingly, b. February 07, 1887, Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky, d. June 09, 1943, Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky.
  3. +Thomas Kendrick Mattingly, b. December 18, 1889, St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky, d. February 24, 1953, Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky.
  4. +Wallace Leo Mattingly, b. September 04, 1892, St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky, d. February 05, 1961, St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky.
  5. +James Bernard Mattingly, b. May 01, 1895, St. Mary's, Marion County, Kentucky, d. February 06, 1985, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.
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