I am the daughter of Edward McKinney, son of C V McKinney, who is related to the Mattingly family, and would like to be kept updated on the meetings held in the settlement.
I am the second child of 9 children of Louis (Lewis) T and Berenice M Mattingly. My grandfather was Emmett Mattingly who was born in Mattingly Settlement in Ohio in 1867 and baptized in St Mary’s Church.
I am a great great great grandson of Daniel Durbin. My great great grandparents were Stephen and Catherine Durbin Clark. My great grandparents Joseph and Theresa Clark Straub moved to Kansas to farm in the late 1800′s. Catherine later moved to Kansas to be nearer to her daughters, Theresa Catherine (Joseph) Straub and Elizabeth Jane (Sylvester) Mattingly, as well as a son Stephen Jerome Clark.
Theresa Straub and her husband had three daughters and a son, Wilson J. “Will” Straub, who later joined the Society of Jesuits (S.J.) and moved to California. One of the daughters, Rosa Josephine, married my grandfather, Peter Paul Steier. Peter’s parents donated the land for St. Bernard’s Catholic Church when it was relocated twelve miles north of Clifton, Kansas. The Church has since closed and moved. Catherine Clark, the Straubs and Steier families are buried in the church cemetery. I have a brother, Fr. Charles L. Steier, who was ordained a Catholic priest for the diocese of Salina in 1973. This adds two more vocations to your list. If you need additional information, let me know.
I am related to Augustine Burkey. My grandparents were Francis and Genevieve (Burkey) Nierman. I was born in Cumberland, Maryland on April 9, 1954. Doing some research I found that Anthony Burkey married Anna Marie Hoff Burkey. One of their children Mary Magdalen was born on my birthday April 9, 1839 ! I have come back to Cumberland and am beginning my 35th year as a Special Education teacher at Cash Valley Elem School La Vale Maryland. I will be attending my 40th high school reunion at Bethel Park Senior High School outside of Pittsburgh where I grew up many years ago !
I am the only son of Ory Richard Mattingly, son of Robert Voltaire Mattingly, son of Ory James Mattingly, born in Hinckley, Ohio. According to my family tree I am 4th generation American, of Berkshire in the Cotswolds, near Uffington, where the family records are. I believe our lines split when a William Mattingly came to America and his brother Robert stayed in England. Our trees branch at some point in the 18th century. I have traced our mutual Mattingley genealogy to the 11th century, where a Welsh Mattingley was granted lands in Hampshire by William the Conqueror of Normandy, recorded in the Domesday book, 1053.
Etymological studies indicate that Mattingley was likely an anglicized derivative of the place name Machynlleth, in northern Wales, near Snowdonia. (There is a soft ‘t’ sound before the ‘n’, and the ‘e’ is long.) The place name itself is an ancient Welsh Gaelic derivative of Machta-nn-lleth, meaning the Grove of Matta’s People.
Etymological studies indicate that Mattingley was likely an anglicized derivative of the place name Machynlleth, in northern Wales, near Snowdonia. (There is a soft ‘t’ sound before the ‘n’, and the ‘e’ is long.) The place name itself is an ancient Welsh Gaelic derivative of Machta-nn-lleth, meaning the Grove of Matta’s People. The grove itself was destroyed by a Roman campaign in Northern Wales and Anglesey in the first century, of which there are well documented accounts.
Descendants of Thomas Mattingly I
Generation No. 1
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1. THOMAS 1 MATTINGLY I was born Abt. 1623 in England, and died Abt. 1664 in Maryland. He married ELIZABETH UNKNOWN. She was born in England. Notes for THOMAS MATTINGLY I: [cezar.FTW] One researcher states that the father of Thomas, I was Charles Mattingly, born in England. No evidence has been seen as of this date. Notes for ELIZABETH UNKNOWN: [cezar.FTW] Married Walter following the death of Thomas. Walter served the family by submitting the necessary papers to acquire 300 acres of land for Elizabeth’s children and paid the entire costs associated with the death and burial of Thomas. The land warrant was issued in the name of Thomas and Cezar Mattingly and was called “Mattingly’s Hope.” Children of THOMAS MATTINGLY and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN are: i. JUDITH 2 MATTINGLY, m. UNKNOWN TURNER. Notes for JUDITH MATTINGLY: [cezar.FTW] First name of spouse and children unknown. One researcher suggest a child was Elizabeth. ii. ELIZABETH MATTINGLY. iii. THOMAS MATTINGLY II. 2.iv. CEZAR MATTINGLY, b. 1654, England; d. 1719, Maryland.
I was born in Lebanon Ky. Supposedly one of Cezar’s descendants. Have been to several Catholic Family reunions both in Ky and Md. I lived in England for 16 years and visited the village of Mattingley several times. I’ll a beautiful little village. The church is also unusual and has an ancient alta cloth in a frame on the back wall. Don’t remember the date. I currently visit England every other year. Two of my three children were born there. I have heard of Mattingly Settlement but have very little information on it. Having been born in the Ky Holy Land area (St Charles. Loretta, St Marys, Holy Cross etc. I am fairly familiar with the Ky Mattingly. I found this site very interesting Best wishes Ron Mattingly
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