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The Cynthiana Democrat

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The Cynthiana Democrat

302 Webster Avenue

Cynthiana, Kentucky,41031

United States

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Cynthiana Democrat - Obituaries

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Dorothy Mattingly, 89Cynthiana Democrat - ObituariesSearch:Dorothy Mattingly, 89, a resident of Holston Hills, died Jan. 6, 2003, at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville.She was born Nov. 6, 1913, in Brazil, Ind.She was a direct descendant of Peter Doub, founder of Greensboro College, a graduate of Transylvania College in Lexington, Ky., where she was president of Chi Omega Fraternity.After pastorates in Port Clinton, Ohio, Coshocton, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Cynthiana, Ky., she and her husband, the late Rev. Dr. Thomas J. Mattingly, and family moved to Knoxville in 1955 when he became senior pastor of First Christian Church until his death in 1966.She taught at West, Young and Carter High Schools, was an accomplished professional harpist, and a lifelong supporter of the Democratic Party.She was preceded in death by her parents, Arnold Victor and Mary Kathryn Doub, a sister, Kathryn Doub Hinman, and a grandson, John Christian Kesinger.


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