Person:Mattie Richey (2)

Watchers
Mattie Verna Richey
m. 24 Nov 1881
  1. Alva Jessie Richey1882 - 1965
  2. James Sylvanus Richey1884 - 1955
  3. Mattie Verna Richey1886 - 1887
  4. Willie Lee Richey1887 - 1888
  5. Myrtle B Richey1889 - 1893
  6. Andrew Floyd Richey1892 - 1962
Facts and Events
Name Mattie Verna Richey
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 23 Jan 1886 Hopkins, Texas, United States
Death[1][3] 23 Sep 1887 Hopkins, Texas, United States
Burial? Pine Forest Cemetery, Hopkins, Texas, United States

E T Richey wrote a letter to Mr and Mrs. Hefner, dated August 20, 1887, stating there was an epedemic sickness in the county claiming deaths "too numerous to mention" and that "Little Mattie" has been very sick for 10 weeks. Their complaints raging in epidemic style claiming its victims daily were "chills, fever and congestion, God only knows whos Death will summons his call next, but our main business here is to be Reddy". Little Mattie died about a month later after the date of the letter.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Mattie Verna Richey, in Tuck, June E. (June England), and Deborah Tuck Young. Hopkins County, Texas cemetery inscriptions : volume 1. (Sulphur Springs, Texas: D.T. Young and J.E. Tuck, c1985 (Wolfe City, Tex. : Henington Pub.)), p. 228.

    b. Jan 23, 1886, d. Sept 23, 1887

  2. E T Richey Family Record - Births
  3. E T Richey Family Record - Deaths