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John R. Mattingly married Fanny V. Wells.


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See THE MATTINGLY FAMILY IN EARLY AMERICA by Herman E. Mattingly ( 1975),
pg. 12: "Judith Mattingly Turner. When Walter Pake entered the righ ts for
fifty acres for each of the immigrant Mattingly family (citing Land R ecords,
Liber DD, folio 106) (See Document III), the daughter, Judith, was li sted
as Judith Turner. A search of records of the various Turner familie s in
the Province give cause to speculate about Judith's place among them.
"Thomas Turner, who died in 1662 (citing St. Mary's Co., MD, Wills , Liber
1, folio 167 (1662)) left money to the priest, and money for Mass fo r one
William Johnson (deceased husband of Elizabeth Turner, [Thomas'?] dau ghter).
Among legacies was a tract of land called "St. Winifred's." Anothe r tract,
"Little St. Thomas," was given to his wife, Emma (Langworth) Turner . Luke
Gardner was the overseer for the Will. Children, besides Elizabeth T urner
Johnson, were Thomas and Mary.
"In 1696 another Thomas Turner, presumably the son of the Thomas w ho died
in 1662, died (citing St. Mary's Co., MD., Wills, Liber 7, folio 27 9 (1696)
leaving his wife, Elizabeth, and three children, Thomas, Johua and Mo nica.
Legacies to the children included the tract, "St. Thomas," to the son , Thomas;
the tracts "Audley's End" and "Part St. Thomas" to Joshua; and the tr act "St.
Dorothy," to Monica. In 1719 Cezar Mattingly sold "Mattingly's Hope " in
Charles County to Thomas Turner.
"It is interesting to note that in 1720 Thomas Turner is administr ator of
the estate of Joshua (citing St. Mary's Co., MD., Accounts, Liber 3 , folio
234 (1720). It can be speculated that Thomas was the brother of th e deceased
Joshua who died intestate and that he left no wife or children. Also , that,
if married, his wife may have been Judith Mattingly. Judith's nephe w was
Thomas Mattingly III who died in 1774. We find the children of Thoma s Matt-
ingly III possessing the properties listed in the foregoing records o f the
Turner family. Thus, of the children of Thomas Mattingly III, Edwar d poss-
essed "Edley's End" and "St. Winifred's"; Clement had "St. Dorothy" a nd
"Part of Great St. Thomas"; Leonard had "Audley's End" and Thomas I V had
"St. Thomas." Since all of the tracts left by Thomas Turner (d. 1696 ) and
left to his children, Thomas, Joshua and Monica, are later in the pos session
of the children of Thomas Mattingly III (d. 1774), a family connectio n may
be presumed; and, as already noted, Judith Mattingly Turner was the a unt of
Thomas Mattingly III."


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See THE MATTINGLY FAMILY IN EARLY AMERICA by Herman E. Mattingly , (1975);
p. 68: "In his will (citing St. Mary's Co. Md., Wills, Liber 14, fol io 222,
(1714)) of 1714, Thomas Mattingly II bequeathed 500 pounds of tobacc o to his
daughter, Judith Parker. No other records are available about Judit h except
with regard to her administration of the estate of one Benjamin Clark.
"In presenting her administration bond for the estate of Benjami n Clark,
she was given as Judith Clark, with Robert Cole and Thomas Mattingl y as her
sureties, August 8, 1709 (citing ibid Testamentary Proceedings, Libe r 21,
folio 179 (1709)). However, on March 3, 1709, (citing ibid, folio 21 0 (1709)),
petitions were presented in court by Robert Parker and Judith, uxor e ius (?)
("his wife"), administrators or executors of Benjamin Clark, deceased . An
inventory of the estate of Benjamin Clarke was taken August 16, 170 9 (citing
ibid Inventory & Accounts, Liber 30, folio 296 (1709)).
"In August, 1710, "the account of Robert Parker and Judith his wif e advise
all and singular the goods and chattels of Benjamin Clarke, late of S t. Mary's
County, Gent., Dec'd" (citing ibid Inventory & Accounts, Liber 31, fo lio 357
(1710)). Payments were made from the estate for debts due (among oth ers)
to Addams Clarke, Thomas Clarke, Francis Clarke, and Robert Parker . On August
14 "then came Robert Parker and Judith his wife, administrators of Be njamin
Clarke and made oath..." to testify to the truth of the account.
"(This Benjamin Clarke can hardly be the brother-in-law of Judith , since,
according to her father's will of 1714, he was still living. Her fat her be-
queathed to his grandson, James Clark, the plantation "whereon his fa ther
now dwells....").
"A Robert Parker was witness to the will of Anthony Johnson, Balti more
County, in 1718 (citing Maryland Calendar of Wills, v. 5, p. 80 (1718 )),
and to the Will of James Maclone, also of Baltimore County, in 1724 ( citing
ibid p. 198 (1724))."


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THE MATTINGLY FAMILY IN EARLY AMERICA by Herman E. Mattingly, 1975 , p 21:
"Leonard Mattingly was probably the eldest son of Thomas III. H e was named
first in his father's Will, and, along with his brother, Edward, wa s named
as a son and heir of Elizabeth Mattingly by her father, Thomas Warre n in his
will of 1744/5 (citing St. Mary's County, MD., Wills, liber 24, foli o 164,
(3-13-1744/5; 6-4-1745)). Leonard and Edward were witnesses to the W ill of
Mr. Warren, their grandfather.
"In 1759 Leonard sought a special land warrant for a 20-acre parce l of land
adjoining "Braydon" and "Canada" (citing St. Mary's County, MD., Lan d Warrant,
Liber TI #12, folio 296 (8-16-1759). The parcel was called "Branson's
Meadow."
"It was most likely this Leonard Mattingly who was surety in 176 2 with John
Dent for John Ethelbert Knott, administrator for Clement Knott (citin g St.
Mary's County, MD., Testamentary Procedures, liber 38, folio 456 (5-2 0-1762)).
He was one of three Mattinglys given in a list of names in the Newtow n Ledger,
1765-1768.
"Leonard Mattingly was dead by 1777. This was indicated by his br other,
Edward, who in his Will of that year (citing St. Mary's County, MD. , Wills,
liber JJ #1, folio 38 (1778)) made a bequest to the "children of my b rother,
Leod., deceased, viz., Fran, Joseph, Susay, Jane, and Mary." (Josep h of
Leonard was mentioned in the Will of Basil Brook, 1786). There is n o will
of Leonard."