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Richard 
de Mattos
1877 - 1950


Richard 
de Mattos
, At some point he was one of Father Ignatuis' monks at Capel y Ffyn, Honddhu. Later he became a Franciscan monk, later as a secular priest in Lincoln. The Tablet p 23, 10 Sep 1932 The Rev. Richard de Mattos, who has recovered from his recent illness, has been appointed, as rector, to Ashby de-la-Zouch He was parish priest in Market Harborough in 1939. Catholic Herald 5 Dec 1941 Nottingham Priest Retires In his Advent Pastoral the Bishop of Nottingham announced the retirement from parish work after 37 years of labour of the Rev. Fr. Richard de Mattos. of St. Mary's, Husbands Bosworth, near Rugby. Fr. de Mattos was born on March 12, 1877, and was ordained on December 18, 1904. From 1905 until 1911, he was assistant priest at St. Hugh's, 1.incoln. In 1911 he was appointed rector of Ilkeston, Derbyshire, where he remained until 1915. After a very brief spell at Melbourne, Derbyshire, Fr. de Mattos was accepted as a chaplain to the Forces and served in France,. Egypt and the Persian Gulf. On his return to the Nottingham Diocese after the Great War he was made parish priest of East Retford. Notts, moving to Hassop, Derbyshire, in 1919. Here he stayed till 1922. A period of ill health followed, during which time Fr. de Mattes acted as Chaplain to the Convent Nursing Home of the Little Company of Mary at that time at West Bridgford. Notts. In 1925 Fr. de Mottos returned to his old parish of Ilkeston where he was warmly welcomed. From 1932 to 1936 he was the priest at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, and he has been in the quiet but historical surroundings of Husbands Bosworth since June of that year. Catholic Herald 5 Dec 1941 Nottingham Priest Retires In his Advent Pastoral the Bishop of Nottingham announced the retirement from parish work after 37 years of labour of the Rev. Fr. Richard de Mattos. of St. Mary's, Husbands Bosworth, near Rugby. Fr. de Mattos was born on March 12, 1877, and was ordained on December 18, 1904. From 1905 until 1911, he was assistant priest at St. Hugh's, 1.incoln. In 1911 he was appointed rector of Ilkeston, Derbyshire, where he remained until 1915. After a very brief spell at Melbourne, Derbyshire, Fr. de Mattos was accepted as a chaplain to the Forces and served in France,. Egypt and the Persian Gulf. On his return to the Nottingham Diocese after the Great War he was made parish priest of East Retford. Notts, moving to Hassop, Derbyshire, in 1919. Here he stayed till 1922. A period of ill health followed, during which time Fr. de Mattes acted as Chaplain to the Convent Nursing Home of the Little Company of Mary at that time at West Bridgford. Notts. In 1925 Fr. de Mottos returned to his old parish of Ilkeston where he was warmly welcomed. From 1932 to 1936 he was the priest at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, and he has been in the quiet but historical surroundings of Husbands Bosworth since June of that year.

Born: Richmond, Surrey, , England 12th Mar 1877 Baptised:
Died: Oakham, Rutland, , England 27th Feb 1950 Buried: 1950
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de Mattos

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1.
Richard 
de Mattos
1877 - 1950
2.
William Sidney (Sidney) 
de Mattos
(
Stevenson
) 1851 - c. 1891
4.
William Nicholas 
de Mattos
(
Brockelbank
) 1819 - 1890
5.
3.
Katherine Elizabeth Alan 
Stevenson
(
de Mattos
) 1851 - 1939
6.
Robert Alan (Alan) 
Stevenson
(
Jones
) 1807 - 1865
7.
Margaret (Gatchie) Scott 
Jones
(
Stevenson
) 1812 - 1895

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1.
Helen (Snoody) Katharine 
de Mattos
(
Dalton
) 1876 - 1949

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???RPORD/ROLE PRIE
12th Mar 1877Born Richmond, Surrey, England
3rd Apr 1881Son in 1881 census (census) London, England
c. 1939Executor of the will of
Katherine Elizabeth Alan 
Stevenson
(
de Mattos
) 1851 - 1939 (will)
27th Feb 1950Died Oakham, Rutland, England
1950Buried
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