Welcome to the official web site of Mattingly Settlement!

The Mattingly Settlement is a historic area in Muskingum Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, United States. It was named after the many members of the Mattingly family who settled the area in the 19th century, the first being William Mattingly (1778–1857) who arrived in 1812.

Addresses in the area receive mail through the Nashport post office; Nashport is located about 5 miles west of the Mattingly Settlement.

Though the Mattingly Settlement was never officially incorporated as a village, it is still used by the Diocese of Columbus as the location of The Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (commonly known as St. Mary’s).

The purpose of this site is to compile and archive information regarding Mattingly Settlement for future generations. Users are encouraged to share stories, information, and photographs to the site.

It is our goal that through this web site we can regain the strong sense of community that our families were raised with. The historical, cultural and religious heritage of Mattingly Settlement is something we hope you continue to embrace wherever life takes you.

Please help us spread the word to your families, friends, and neighbors. Descendants of these original Mattingly Settlement pioneers have spread across the United States. 150 years later, there are literally tens of thousands of individuals with ties to this area. Help us connect with our long-lost cousins and neighbors by visiting this site frequently!.

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  1. Hi,
    My grandmother was the sister to Mon. Herman Mattingly. She is no deceased and buried in St Joesph cementary in Columbus, Ohio. I have grown up going to the Mattingly reunion when I was younger and now that my parents and grandmother is deceased I am interested in learning more about this wonderful settlement. I will be journing out to visit this weekend with my Uncle from California and his Daughter. I hope to be able to share some wonderful memories

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