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William Mattingly (#47133065)
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Bio Photo 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. If you are interested in a memorial outside Findagrave limitations and you have significant information that will improve the memorial, please us the "EDIT KEY" and I will make those changes.

Thanks to all who have contributed to these memorials especially the corrections as accuracy is important.
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Todd Rice
RE: Salvatore Robertaccio memorial
Thanks so much! That's great to know the connection. Unfortunately Marie, who I always called Aunt Annette, passed away this past fall. She was such a kind lady, very much like my grandmother (her sister).
Added by Todd Rice on May 18, 2016 7:42 AM
Todd Rice
Salvatore Robertaccio memorial
Hi William,
I recently joined find a grave and found my great-grandfather Salvatore Robertaccio, a memorial in which you previously created, #45629021. I noticed you mention in the bio that you'd be willing to transfer the memorial to a member of the Robertaccio family. His daughter, Mary, is my grandmother, and I'd love it if you could transfer it to me?

Also, I'd be curious how the Robertaccio family connects with the Mattingly family!

Thanks, look forward to hearing from you. Feel free to email me.

Todd Rice
Added by Todd Rice on May 18, 2016 5:41 AM
Michael T. Mattingly
The memorial I added is a duplicate, so I deleted mine. The other memorial has his middle name as Todd. Sorry about the mix up.
Thank You
Added by Darrelll on May 14, 2016 9:07 PM
Ron Bryant
Burch Family Cemetery
Mr. Mattingly,

You have placed an entry in Find A Grave for a James T Ballard, buried in Burch Family Cemetery located in Clark County, KY. Do you happen to know the exact location of this cemetery?

I have a grandmother, Lena Seay Ballard, and great-grandmother, Fannie Burch Ballard, buried in the Burch Family Cemetery, and others. I was unable to locate the cemetery, reported as being on Old Ruckerville Road, a few years ago.

Any information would be most gratefully appreciated.

Ron Bryant
Added by Ron Bryant on May 14, 2016 8:07 AM
Margie Buchheit Hartle
RE: Mary E Mattlingy
No, you sent me a email about Mary E. Manning Mattingly, Margie
Added by Margie Buchheit Hartle on May 07, 2016 10:26 AM
Margie Buchheit Hartle
Mary E Mattlingy
Hello Mary is buried at St.Michaels Catholic Church Cem. in 1986 they changed the name of the cemetery from Mount Calvary to St. Michaels Thanks
Added by Margie Buchheit Hartle on May 07, 2016 7:04 AM
jane austin
RE: Elizabeth Dean Little (1836-1925) 10488066
That's probably what will happen. It may even show up in my back yard. I am currently working a cemetery and am coming up consistently with 65 to 70% new memorials. Hoping that he'll turn up this summer.

Thanks so much!
Added by jane austin on Apr 26, 2016 4:14 PM
jane austin
RE: Elizabeth Dean Little (1836-1925) 10488066
That is exactly what I needed to know. Do you know if Nereus is buried in O'Brien County, as well?

Thank you so much for this information. May I quote you?
Added by jane austin on Apr 26, 2016 12:48 AM
jane austin
Elizabeth Dean Little (1836-1925) 10488066
Mr. Mattingly,

I am photographing the cemetery in which Ms. Little lies. She is linked to be the mother of two Mattlingly sons:

William Mattingly (1857 - 1935)*
George Richard Mattingly (1860 - 1925)*

There is nothing on her memorial which indicates she was ever involved with any Mattingly's other than that.

She lies next to a baby stone that is quite old, about the same date as the boys born above, but there is no legible engraving on it. It has a lamb and is typically seen for an infant. At this time I have him as Unknown Unknown, but I don't like that designator at all.

I read that you have a lot of research done for this family, and am wondering if you have her information for linking her to the Mattingly's some way other than through her children (like the children's fathers perhaps?) And if you know if there was an infant born to the family around that time period.

The original contributor who made this memorial has since passed away. Thanks for any light you can shed for me!

Added by jane austin on Apr 22, 2016 11:59 PM
Liz Lehman Mattingly
Fred Lamb
Thanks William for the offer of transfer, but no thanks. I already manager for my family and it is a chore. I do not know my husband's family at all and would not have the time. And thanks for correcting the error. If his children did not live in Indiana, and his father while he was still living, I would not have known any different. We all make mistakes. I just noticed that on the original email I typed his name as Frec! lol Thanks again for your promptness.
Added by Liz Lehman Mattingly on Apr 22, 2016 5:51 AM
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