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Descendants of Charles Carroll Mattingly




Generation No. 1


1. CHARLES CARROLL4 MATTINGLY (CLEMENT3, ZACHARIAH2, ROBERT1)1,2 was born 25 November 1866 in Knottsville, Daviess Co. Kentucky3,4, and died 10 March 1958 in Daviess County, Kentucky5,6. He married (1) MARY JANE COOMES7, daughter of JAMES COOMES and MARTHA CARRICO. She was born 13 October 1872 in Knottsville, Daviess Co Ky7, and died 03 November 1918 in Owensboro, Daviess Co. Kentucky7. He married (2) NANNIE MINER MARSCH7,8. She was born 19 February 1871, and died 06 February 1904. He married (3) ELIZABETH VICTORIA QUINN9. She was born 23 September 18659, and died 06 July 1924 in Daviess Co Kentucky9. He married (4) REGINA BELL BOWLDS9. She was born 06 November 18819, and died 29 June 1972 in Daviess Co. Ky Will Book A, Kentucky9.

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HARLES CARROLL MATTINGLY:
Baptism: 03 February 1867, St. Lawrence Church Records, Knottsville, Ky9
Burial: St. Williams Cemetary, Knottsville, Ky9
Christening: 03 February 1867, St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Daviess County, Kentucky9,10
Godparents: Martha A. Millay11
Identifier Number: 138411
Misc: Baptized by M. M. Coghlan11
Record Change: 24 January 200211,12

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ARY JANE COOMES:
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. Mary Jane COOMES was born on 13 Oct 1872 in Knottsville, Daviess, KY. She was christened on 15 Dec 1872 in St. Lawrence, Knottsville, Daviess, KY. She was granted guardianship/administrator on 28 Dec 1901 in Daviess Co., KY.61 Daviess County Court Order Book S, p. 371-72:

On motion of Mary J. Head, it is ordered that administration upon the estate of Joseph W. Head, deceased, be and the same is hereby granted unto her, whereupon she took the oath prescribed by law and together with T.M. Head and J.E. Coomes* her sureties who are accepted and approved by the Court entered into and acknowledged bond to the Commonwealth of Kentucky as administratix (sic) aforesaid, conditioned according to law and thereupon the Court grants letters of administration herein to Mary J. Head in due form.

On motion of Mary J. Head, it is ordered that Steve Higden (sic), John Johnson, and James Head**, or any two of whom being first duly sworn do appraise the personal estate of Joseph W. Head, deceased, and they will return their appraisement as required by law, and a list of the articles and value of each set apart to the widow separably from the articles appraised for sale.

On motion of Mary J. Head, it is ordered that she be and she is hereby appointed guardian of Joseph O. Head, minor under the age of fourteen years, child of Joseph W. Head, deceased. Whereupon she appeared in Court and took the oath prescribed by law, and together with T.M. Head and J.E. Coomes, surety, who are accepted and appeared by the Court entered into and acknowledged bond to the Commonwealth of Kentucky as guardian aforesaid conditioned according to law.

R.L. Ellis this day produced to Court a Commission from J.C.W. Beckham, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, investing him with full power and authority to execute and discharge the duties of the office of Justice of the Peace for the Eighth District of Daviess County according to law and to have and to hold the same with all the rights and evaluments (?) thereunto legally appertaining until his successor is duly qualified according to law.

Whereupon the said Ellis appeared in open court and took the several oaths prescribed by the Constitution and laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, qualifying him to act as such Justice of the Peace, and executed bond to the Commonwealth of Kentucky conditioned according to law with W.T. Ellis, as his surety, which bond is approved and accepted by the Court.

Adjourned E.P. Taylor, Judge
In a Special Term of the Daviess County
Court, held at the Clerk's office of said
County, on Saturday, December 28th, 1901

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*I believe T.M. Head is Thomas Montgomery Head, Walter's brother. J.E. Coomes is James Enoch Coomes, Mary Jane's father.

** I don't know who any of these men are or if they're related to Mary Jane.

Mary Jane Coomes Head Mattingly was buried in 1918 in St. Lawrence, Knottsville, Daviess, KY. She died on 3 Nov 1918 in Owensboro, Daviess, KY. Although she is buried next to her first husband, the inscription on her tombstone reads: "Mary Jane Coomes, wife of C.C. Mattingly". Her obituary was printed on 5 Nov 1918 in Owensboro, Daviess Co., KY.62

Mrs. Charles Mattingly

Mrs. Charles Mattingly died at her home in Triplett street, Sunday at 11 o'clock, of pneumonia, incident to a serious attack of Spanish influenza. The deceased is survived by her husband and several children.

Same paper, on page 9 in the Knottsville column:

Mrs. Charles Mattingly died at her home in Owensboro Sunday morning of "flu" and pneumonia. She leaves a husband and several children.


She was married first to Joseph Walter HEAD (son of Joseph David HEAD and Margaret Modesta MONTGOMERY) on 5 Feb 1895 in St. Lawrence, Knottsville, Daviess, KY. Joseph Walter HEAD was born on 29 Mar 1867 in Daviess, KY.63 He was christened on 18 May 1867 in St. Lawrence, Knottsville, Daviess, KY.64 Joseph Walter's godmother was Susan A. Head. He was confirmed on 16 Jun 1881 in St. Lawrence, Knottsville, Daviess, KY. He died on 11 Dec 1901 in Knottsville?, Daviess?, KY?.65 He had an obituary printed on 21 Dec 1901 in Owensboro, Daviess Co., KY.66 Mr. Walter Head, a prominent young farmer and a good citizen, was buried from St. William's church a few days ago. He is from the old Head and Montgomery families, being a cousin of Bishop Montgomery, of California. A severe case of typhoid fever carried him away. Mr. Head leaves a wife with one child, his mother, and several sisters and brothers. He was buried in St. Lawrence, Knottsville, Daviess, KY.22 McManaway notes he is buried with Mary Jane.
She was married to Charles Carroll/Carrol MATTINGLY (son of Clement MATTINGLY and Emline PAYNE) on 2 May 1905 in Knottsville, Daviess Co., KY.22,74 Charles Carroll/Carrol MATTINGLY was born on 25 Nov 1866 in Knottsville?, Daviess, KY. He was baptized on 3 Feb 1867 in St. Lawrence, Knottsville, Daviess, KY.75 He died on 10 Mar 1958 in Daviess Co., KY.76

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ARY JANE COOMES:
Burial: St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Daviess County, Kentucky13
Christening: 15 December 1872, St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Daviess County, Kentucky13
Record Change: 24 January 200213

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ANNIE MINER MARSCH:
Burial: St. William's Cemetary, Knottsville, Daviess, Kentucky
Record Change: 04 January 200213,14

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LIZABETH VICTORIA QUINN:
Baptism: 12 December 1865, St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Knottsville Ky15
Burial: 07 July 1924, St. William's Cemetary, Knottsville, Daviess Co. Kentucky15
Record Change: 04 January 200215

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EGINA BELL BOWLDS:
Baptism: 19 February 1882, St Lawrence Catholic Church, Knottsville15
Burial: St. William's Cemetary, Knottsville, Daviess, Kentucky
Record Change: 04 January 200215
     
Children of C
HARLES MATTINGLY and MARY COOMES are:
2. i.   NANNIE MAE5 MATTINGLY, b. 07 March 1906, Knottsville, Daviess Co. Kentucky; d. 20 February 2002, Owensboro, Kentucky.
3. ii.   JOSEPH E. MATTINGLY, b. 09 April 1908; d. 31 March 1992.
4. iii.   CLEMENT EUGENE MATTINGLY, b. 09 September 1910, Daviess Co. Kentucky; d. 31 May 1998, Jeffersonville, Clark Co. Indiana.
  iv.   JAMES CARELL MATTINGLY15, b. 18 December 1912, Daviess Co. Kentucky15; d. 10 June 1914, Knottsville, Daviess Co Ky15.
  More About JAMES CARELL MATTINGLY:
Burial: 11 June 1914, St. William's Cemetary, Knottsville, Daviess Co. Kentucky15
Record Change: 04 January 200215

  v.   SYLVESTER AUSTIN MATTINGLY15, b. 12 June 1915, Daviess Co. Kentucky15; d. 20 June 1944, France15.
  Notes for SYLVESTER AUSTIN MATTINGLY:
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Sylvester Austin ("Beck") MATTINGLY was born on 12 Jun 1915 in Daviess Co., KY.79 birth record: Vol. 58, certificate #25815 He died on 20 Nov 1944 in Southern France.80 per Pat Hartlage (kq4jq@juno.com):
Sylvester Austin Mattingly was killed in combat in France on 20 Nov 1944. I have a copy of the newspaper announcement.His obituary was printed in Dec 1944 in Daviess Co.?, KY?81 in an unknown newspaper. Per Pat Hartlage, there was a New Year's ad on the back:

Staff Sergeant Sylvester "Beck" Mattingly, son of Mr. C.C. Mattingly, of
Knottsville, and Pvt. Harold Louis Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
Taylor, Livermore Road, were killed in action in the European theater of
war, according to word received from the War Department.

The two heroes are graduates of the Daviess County High School, Sgt.
Mattingly being a graduate of the 1934 class, and Pvt. Taylor of the 1929
class. They are the fifth and sixth alumni of the school to give their
lives for their country.

Sgt. Mattingly, who was with an infantry unit, was killed in action in
Southern France on November 20 according to word received by his sister,
Mrs. D. E. Roby of Owensboro, on December 6.

He volunteered for service in the U.S. Army, February 28, 1941. He was
first sent to Ft. Lewis, Washington, and from there to Ft. Ord,
California, and then to Camp Pickett, Virginia. He was then sent
overseas and landed in French Morocco about November 2, 1942. From the
battlefields of Africa he sent to Sicily, and from there to Italy where
he was seriously wounded September 29, 1943. He was sent to a hospital
in North Africa where he spent three months, and from there was sent back
to his division. He was again wounded, but slightly, and remained for
treatment in a hospital in Italy. He rejoined his comrades in Southern
Italy, and was with them in Southern France where he was fatally wounded.

He is survived by his father, six sisters and five brothers: Mrs. D. E.
Roby and Mrs. Nannie Mae Higdon, Owensboro; Mrs. Kate Dishman, Detroit;
Mrs. Mary Calahan and Mrs. Helen Abel, Louisville; Mrs. Pauline Aull,
Knottsville; Garland and Eugene Mattingly, Louisville; Casper and Joseph
Mattingly, Knottsville; Eugene Mattingly, Louisville; and Herman
Mattingly, Owensboro.
(MIKE: Eugene was listed twice and my grandfather not at all. My mother knew nothing about the death of her father's half-brother.)

His obituary was printed on 7 Dec 1944 in Owensboro, Daviess Co., KY.20
On p. 1 of the Owensboro Inquirer dated 7 Dec 1944 (with photo), it reads:
"KILLED IN ACTION--Staff Sergeant Beck Mattingly, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mattingly, 621 West Highland Avenue, was killed in action in France, November 20, according to word received from the War Department. He was with an infantry unit, having been in the Army three years, and overseas two years." He served in the military 21 Feb 1941 to 20 Nov 1944 in France.82

  More About SYLVESTER AUSTIN MATTINGLY:
Burial: December 1944, Plot A. Row 46, Grave 18, Epinal American Cemetary, Epinal15
Record Change: 21 January 200215

     
Children of CHARLES MATTINGLY and NANNIE MARSCH are:
5. vi.   ANNA LILLIAN5 MATTINGLY, b. 04 September 1891, Knottsville, Daviess Co Ky; d. 22 March 1989, Daviess Co. Kentucky.
6. vii.   MARY HELEN MATTINGLY, b. 13 March 1893, Knottsville, Daviess Co Ky; d. 11 June 1992, Jefferson Co. Kentucky.
  viii.   WILLIAM HARMON MATTINGLY15,16, b. 04 April 1894, Kentucky17,18; d. 19 February 1985; m. LILLIE UNKNOWN19,20; b. 22 September 189821,22; d. 03 June 198423,24.
  More About WILLIAM HARMON MATTINGLY:
Burial: February 1985, St. William's Cemetary, Knottsville, Daviess, Kentucky25,26
Record Change: 04 January 200227,28

  More About LILLIE UNKNOWN:
Burial: 1984, St. William's Cemetary, Knottsville, Daviess, Kentucky
Record Change: 07 January 200229,30

7. ix.   WILLIAM GARLAND MATTINGLY, b. 29 January 1896, Kentucky; d. 29 June 1980, Louisville, KY.
8. x.   MARY PAULINE MATTINGLY, b. 14 September 1897, Daviess County, Kentucky; d. 21 April 1996, Owensboro, Daviess Co. Kentucky.
9. xi.   CASPER L MATTINGLY, b. 10 November 1900, Kentucky; d. 07 March 1989.
10. xii.   FRANCIS CATHERINE MATTINGLY, b. 05 October 1901, Daviess Co Ky; d. 31 May 1998, Michigan.
11. xiii.   MARY CECILIA MATTINGLY, b. 27 January 1904, Daviess Co. Kentucky; d. 27 April 1966, Wichita, Sedgwick So, KS.


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