Mattice, Minnie Harriet

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Birth

Minnie Harriet Mattice was the daughter of the late Ira Mattice and Elizabeth Salisburg (Eliza Catherine Salsburgh) Mattice.

Ira Mattice married 4 OCT 1876, in the Town of Berne, Albany, NY, Eliza Catherine Salsburgh. His children with Eliza were:[1]

Ira Mattice married next on 21 MAR 1886, in the Town of Berne, Albany, NY, Mary Janette Neydorff. Their children were:[1]

Earl Mattice, West Point Cadet, is spending his holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs., Ira Mattice.

Altamont Enterprise - December 28, 1923

Corporal Earl Mattice of West Point, Edward Mattice of Settle's Hill, Harold Mattice of West Berne, and Mrs. Clara Knott of Albany spent Sunday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs Ira Mattice.

Altamont Enterprise - July 2, 1921

Education

Occupation

Marriage & Children

Minnie Harriet Mattice married Floyd Gibbs. Their children were:

Death

Minnie Harriet Mattice Gibbs, 62 died (March 23, 1944) at Albany hospital after a long illness.

Obituary

Minnie Harriet Mattice Gibbs Obituary - Altamont Enterprise — Friday, March 24, 1944

Mrs. Floyd Gibbs, 62, Knox, Dies in Hospital

Minnie Harriet Mattice, 62, wife of the late Floyd Gibbs, died yesterday (March 23, 1944) at Albany hospital after a long illness.

A native of the town of Knox, Mrs. Gibbs was the daughter of the late Ira and Elizabeth Salisburg Mattice. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Irving MacMillen,, and Mrs. John L. Hawes, and one son, Albert Gibbs.

Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Fredendall Funeral home in Altamont, with Rev. Norman VanderHart, pastor of the Knox Reformed church, officiating. The funeral home will be open for the convenience of friends Saturday night from 7 to 9 o'clock. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery, Berne.

Altamont Enterprise - Friday, March 24, 1944

Additional Media

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 www.BerneHistory.com Family Files