Catherine Cecelia "Kathleen" Christopher 178
- Born: 3 Aug 1909, South Gloucester, Carleton, Ontario, Canada 5
- Christened: 23 Sep 1909, Montréal, Québec, Canada
- Marriage (1): Edgar Adélard Caron on 11 Aug 1934 in Montréal (Oratoire , Église Baptist Française) 5
- Died: 30 Nov 1998, Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada aged 89 177
- Buried: 3 Dec 1998, Montréal, Québec, Canada
Another name for Kathleen was Kathleen Celia Christopher.
Catherine was the illegitimate daughter of John Emo and Anna Christopher. Apparently, Anna placed Catherine in an orphange at the time of her birth, but came back about a year later to take her back. This seems reasonable since Catherine's baptism, almost 2 months after her birth, she is listed as having unknown parents.
John and Anna had a second daughter, Anne, several years later. Despite the fact that John Emo was a prominent business man, and married with several other children, he stayed in close contact with Anna and the children throughout his life.
At one time, members of Catherine's father's gentleman's club owned a fishing lodge on Cedar Lake in the Blue Sea Lakes region in the Gatineau. It had been sold to other owners, and then Catherine chose to purchase the fishing lodge from a "rather old lady". She sold the property in 1992.
Catherine and her husband, Edgar, were long time fosters parents. Three of their foster children remained with them and became members of the family. Andrew Goode, David Harding and Pam Brown.
Noted events in her life were:
• She resided at 388 Workman on 1 Jun 1921 in Westmount-St Henri, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 71 Age: 12
Marital Status: Célibataire
Relation to Head of House: Fille
Kathleen married Edgar Adélard Caron, son of Théophile Caron and Éda Gascon, on 11 Aug 1934 in Montréal (Oratoire , Église Baptist Française).5 (Edgar Adélard Caron was born on 25 Jul 1907 in Bouchette, Gatineau, Québec, Canada 71, christened on 28 Jul 1907 in Bouchette, Gatineau, Québec, Canada,5 died on 11 Aug 1980 in Bouchette, Gatineau, Québec, Canada and was buried in Montréal, Québec, Canada.)