Arthur Blaine Mattley, 18901952 (aged 62 years)

Name
Arthur Blaine /Mattley/
Birth
Occupation
1920 Freshwater Fisherman; 1930 Salmon Fisherman
Birth of a sister
about 1893 (aged 2 years)
Census
1895 (aged 4 years)
Birth of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Death of a sister
Birth of a sister
Census
Birth of a sister
Death of a sister
Burial of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Note: IOOF Cemetery Plot 193 (Find A Grave Memorial# 19064005)
Death of a brother
Note: Certificate 734
Death of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Death Certificate 3318
Burial of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Note: IOOF Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 19066165)
Census
Death of a sister
1922 (aged 31 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Census
Death of a father
Note: Certificate: 167, Spouse: Sally
Burial of a father
Source: Find a Grave
Note: River View Cemetery, Section 4 South, Lot 376 (Find A Grave Memorial# 66909898)
Death of a mother
Note: Certificate: 2024, Spouse: Jonathan
Death
Note: Certificate 10664
Burial
Source: Find a Grave
Note: River View Cemetery Section 04 Lot 375 Grave 3 (Find A Grave Memorial# 75569616)
Family with parents
father
18551931
Birth: January 12, 1855 32 37 Indiana
Death: March 6, 1931Marion, Oregon
mother
18581940
Birth: about 1858Ohio
Death: June 13, 1940Portland, Multnomah, Oregon
Marriage MarriageFebruary 10, 1878Clark, Missouri
23 months
elder sister
18791922
Birth: 1879 23 21 Missouri
Death: 1922
22 months
elder brother
18801905
Birth: November 3, 1880 25 22 Missouri
Death: August 17, 1905Benton, Oregon
2 years
elder sister
18821968
Birth: December 29, 1882 27 24 Luray, Clark, Missouri
Death: June 11, 1968Portland, Multnomah, Oregon
3 years
elder sister
18851974
Birth: 1885 29 27 Missouri
Death: 1974
3 years
elder sister
18871903
Birth: 1887 31 29 Missouri
Death: January 24, 1903Benton, Oregon
3 years
himself
18901952
Birth: April 11, 1890 35 32 Missouri
Death: September 29, 1952Tillamook, Oregon
4 years
younger sister
18931895
Birth: about 1893 37 35 Missouri
Death: May 10, 1895
2 years
younger sister
18951907
Birth: May 3, 1895 40 37 Oregon
Death: April 3, 1907Corvallis, Benton, Oregon
18 months
younger sister
18961985
Birth: October 19, 1896 41 38 Corvallis, Benton, Oregon
Death: July 8, 1985Salem, Marion, Oregon
4 years
younger sister
19001994
Birth: November 12, 1900 45 42 Oregon
Death: June 8, 1994Portland, Multnomah, Oregon
Birth
Source: Find a Grave
Census
Census
Census
Census
Occupation
Death
Source: Find a Grave
Burial
Source: Find a Grave
Death

Certificate 10664

Burial

River View Cemetery Section 04 Lot 375 Grave 3 (Find A Grave Memorial# 75569616)

Shared note

Forty-year-old Indiana-born Jonathan H and his wife 37-year-old Ohio-born Sallie A [Scoudon] Mattley and their Missouri-born children, 16-year-old Grace E, 14-year-old Leroy , 12-year-old Maude, 9-year-old Katie B, 7-year-old Eva L, 4-year-old Arthur B, and 2-year-old Anna Z are living in Cedar, Van Buren, Iowa, as recorded in the 1895 Iowa State Census. They moved here from Missouri after Anna was born in 1893, but before the date of the census in 1895.

The 1900 US Federal Census for Corvalis, Benton, Oregon records 45-year-old, Indiana born John H Mattley (born Jan 1855), his wife, 43-year-old, Ohio-born Sally Ann (born Dec 1856), their children, 21-year-old, Missouri-born Grace (born Feb 1879), 19-year-old, Missouri-born Leroy (born Nov 1880), 17-year-old, Missouri-born Maud (born dec 1882), 14-year-old, Missouri-born Bell (born Aug 1885), 12-year-old, Missouri-born eva (born Aug 1885), 10-year-old, Missouri-born Arthur (born april 1890), 5-year-old, Oregon-born May (born May 1895) and 3-year-old, Oregon-born Mary (born Oct 1896). John and Sally were married when he was 23- and she was 22-years-old. Sally has borne nine children, but only eight are living. John is a farmer who rents the land he is farming. Sally and Grace have no occupation listed, Leroy is a farm laborer who has not worked 9 months of the past year. The rest of the children have attened school for 9 months of the past year. Everyone is literate and speaks English. John's father was born in New York and his mother in Kentucky. Sally's parents were born in New York. The children's father was born in Indiana and their mother in Ohio.

In the 1920 US Federal Census for Oregon, Clackamas, Oregon, 64-year-old Indiana-born merchant Johnathan [Jonathan] and his 62-year-old Ohio-born wife Salley A [Scoudon] Mattley have in their household their children, 29-year-old Missouri-born fisherman Arthur B [transcribed Melvin] and 19-year-old Oregon-born schoolgirl Helen. The family is living at 914 7th Street which Jonathan owns free of mortgage. Boarding with the Mattleys are 48-year-old Belle M Wasson, 26-year-old Ursel Wasson, 20-year-old Rebecca Rearon, 37-year-old Chas P Hendrick, 28-year-old Anna Hendrick, 30-year-old Effie Toll and 29-year-old George Pepper. Jonathans father was born in New York and his mother in Kentucky. Both of Salleys parents were born in New York.

In the 1930 US Federal Census for Nehalem, Tillamook, Oregon, 39-year-old Missouri-born salmon fisherman Arthur B Mattley is living in a house he owns worth $500 on Main Street. He has not worked on the last regularly scheduled work day and does not have a radio. He is literate and speaks English. His father was born in Indiana and his mother in New York. Arthur is a veteran of WWI.

"ARTHUR BLAINE MATTLEY -- NEHALEM, Sept. 30 (Special) Services for Arthur Blaine Mattley, Nehalem fisherman, who died unexpectedly Monday, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Nehalem Community church. Interment will be in Riverview cemetery, Portland. Mr. Mattley came to Oregon with his parents in 1895, living in Clackamas and Benton counties before moving to the coast nearly 40 years ago. He was graduated from Corvallis high school and attended Oregon State college. During World War I he was a radio technician on a submarine chaser and was stationed at Plymouth, England. Surviving are four sisters: Miss Maud Mattley and Mrs. Helen Palmer, Portland; Mrs. Bell Klein, Wheeler and Miss Mary Mattley, Eugene."
SOURCE: The Orgonian, Portland, Oregon; Wednesday, 01 October 1952; Page 17, Col. 2.