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From: Jackie King <>
Subject: Re: [MDSTMARY] Ignatius Mattingly family
Date: Sun, 03 Oct 2010 17:34:40 -0500
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Let's confuse things even more. Mary Ann Mattingly, who married William
Fowler Jr., I believe was the daughter of the original Leonard in my
database. Leonard was born abut 1708 in St. Mary's and died before 11
Feb 1778 and was the son of Thomas Mattingly and Elizabeth Warren.
I believe she is the Mary named in the will of Leonard's brother, Edward
who died in 1778 in St. Mary's.
The Will of
Edward Mattingly} First, my desire is that my Just debts be paid &
discharged. 2ndly I give to H. Hall those goods, Chattels, & effects, which
I bought him by Deed of Sale, bearing date (note: blank area) Day of (note:
blank area) in the year 177(note: blank area), & is on Saint Mary's Coty.
Recds~~~3rdly I give to my Nephew Joseph Ma. Son of my Bro. James deceased
my Negro man (abbreviation of name, illegible) 4th I give to my Niece Ann G.
Sister to said Joseph One hundred pound Com. Currancy.
5thly I give to the Children of my Bro. Leod. deceased, Viz. Fran., Joseph,
Lucey, Jane, & Mary L150. (note: pounds) Com. Currancy to be equally divided
among them. 6thly I give to my Niece and God Daughter Ann Millard one Negro
Boy (Naie? name of boy).~~~7thly I give to my Niece An Spalding Daughter of
my Sister Eliz. Ford, my Negro Boy Solm.~~~
8thly I give to my Bro. Jno. Bapt M. my Water Mill w.th the Lands adjoing
thereto being a Slipe called Mattinglys lane, & a small parcel which my
father purchased from Thomas Warren all the remaindor of my land which lies
on the East Side of the main Rode which leads down being part of tract calld
Great during his natural Life & after his decease the said Mill & Land to go
to his Son and his heirs forever. I also give to said John Bapt, my Negros
Dick, Pegg, his wife Appolona their Daughter, & little Dick, son to said ax,
also Jack, Win his wife & Bob ther Child, my Saddle Bridle and my wearing
apparall with what Stock of horses, Cattle & hoggs which I may have at my
At a Court held by the Judges: of the Orphans Court for Saint May's County
at Leonard Town, on the eleventh day of February anno Domine Seventeen
hundred & seventy eight, among other proceedings were the following, to wit.
On application of John Baptist Mattingly & others Setting forth & producing
a paper to be the last will & Testament of Edward Mattingly late of Saint
Marys County, deceased. Thomas Spalding & Francis Millard offered as
witnesses to prove the said paper to be the hand writing of the said Edward
Mattingly, who being duly sworn proved the said paper to be the hand writing
of the said Edward Mattingly~~~
Ordered by the Court, that the said paper, as far as it regards, personal
estate, be established as the last will of the Said Edward Mattingly.
Test. Jeremiah Jordan
On 10/3/2010 5:20 PM, Linda Reno wrote:
> Even though there doesn't seem to be any lack of girls named Sarah Fowler
> who married men married Ignatius Mattingly, let me add another one to the
> I think that Sarah Fowler, daughter of William Fowler and Sarah Biggs, did
> marry an Ignatius Mattingly but they didn't go to Kentucky.
> Ignatius Mattingly, b. 1753 (parents not known at this point), Revolutionary
> War soldier, died in St. Mary's County in 1839.
> Sarah's sister was Eleanor Fowler who married George Burroughs (he d. 1788).
> Her brother was William Mattingly, Jr. (d. 1812) who m. Mary Ann Mattingly,
> 2/9/1776 at St. Francis Xavier. Don't know her parents either.
> I think this has already been said...not sure. Sarah Fowler who m. Ignatius
> Mattingly in KY in 1789 was the daughter of Charles Fowler.
> Linda Reno