Yes, I found this out. Several have this wrong about how many Walters there were. The first Walter Matney (Mattingly) moved into Virginia with his two sons, Walter and Brooks. Brooks descendants actually live close to where I do now in Ohio.
The first Walter died in southern Virginia, along with the wife. His son Walter, and Brooks, move south-west into the Richlands, Va. area. Walter stays there, and Brooks moves on into Kentucky, around Lawrence county. The Walter in Richlands has several sons, Daniel and Walter, along with a David. There's a few others, but I would have to look them up. They give Daniel as Danl on the census around 1850, I think.
Daniel moves into Grundy, Va., and marries Mary Polly Fuller, her second marriage. They have children, and two of their sons are Alexander Pate Matney, my G-G Grandfather, and James Harvey Matney. The Fullers there were from Germany, and the first Fullers in Va., I was told.
Both Alex and James move to what is now Pike Co, Ky. to settle down. James moves on after a while to Paintsville, Ky. Alex stays at Mouthcard, Ky. and marries Laura Harville.
Alex and Laura have several children, and one is my grandfather, Willie Campbell Matney.
Willie Campbell marries Narcissa Ramey, and has four children before he dies at a young age, right before my father was born.
My father was Willie Clarence Matney, who married Eleanore Hackney. They then had me, Willie Sean Matney.
The only road block I have found, is tracing the original Walter's ancestors down in Maryland. I'm pretty sure he is a descendant of Cesar Mattingly, but nobody has found the link. Cesar and his family were the first Mattingly's in America that we can find.
There was a Thomas Mattingly, I believe, that came over during the Rev. War, but by using Walter's age, he couldn't have been Thomas son. That leaves Cesar's children as his family. We also know that Walter and his wife came from Maryland into Virginia.
The tale about the three Mattingly's and Lord Baltimore is all hogwash, if any read this, as only Cesar came over at the time.