Timelines for year 1877
U.S. Representative, 1877-1883, 1885-1891.
Large, matronly character actress, on stage from 1877. Appeared in two-reelers for Hal Roach and Mack Sennett, usually as comic foil. Notable appearances opposite Harold Lloyd and Charlie Chaplin.
Victor's father Marcello Gelindo Mature, a knife sharpener and cutler, was born in 1877 in the town of Pinzolo, in the Italian Tyrolean region of Trentino which was then under the rule of Austria-Hungary, and returned under Italian sovereignty in 1918 after WW I. His family emigrated to the US with his brothers in 1912, and settled in Louisville, Kentucky where he was born.
Although several sources suggest that Mature's family name was originally Maturi, United States and Austrian birth, immigration, census and other records, as well as Victor Mature himself, are quite clear that as of 1877, the family name was Mature.
Son of Louise Lee Udall who was the granddaughter of John Doyle Lee who was executed in 1877 for his involvement in the Mountain Meadows Massacre in Utal in which a wagon train of California-bound migrants were killed in 1857.
Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1877-1911).
Not to be confused with actor William Clifford (1877-1941).