Person:Katie Corrigan (1)

Watchers
m. 26 Jul 1870
  1. Patrick Joseph Corrigan1871 - 1959
  2. Katie Corrigan1872 - 1928
  3. John C. Corrigan1874 - 1935
  4. Mary Ellen Corrigan1876 -
  5. Michael J Corrigan1878 - 1925
  6. Minnie Corrigan1879 - 1916
  7. Charles Corrigan1883 - 1971
Facts and Events
Name Katie Corrigan
Alt Name Mary Catherine Corrigan
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 3 Oct 1872 Mara, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Death[3] 4 May 1928 Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan, United StatesUniversity Hospital
Burial[4] 8 May 1928 Whittemore, Iosco, Michigan, United StatesSt. James Cemetery
Reference Number? 2907
References
  1. Church baptism record
    Record at Ch. of Guardian Angels, Orillia, Ont.; LDS film # 1305890, item # 1, p. 50;.

    QUAY 3 "1872" at top of page: "Mary Catherine, born Mara on Oct. 3rd, baptized on Nov. 3rd; dau. of Michl. Corrigan, born Canada and Mary A. Tyrel, born Canada; sponsors: James Corrigan, Ellen Corrigan; by Andrew P. Sinan."

  2. obituary
    Tawas[Iosco Co., Michigan] Herald, May 25, 1928.

    QUAY 3 "Catherine Corrigan was born September 23, 1874 in Breckin, Ontario, Canada..."

  3. obituary
    Tawas[Iosco Co., Michigan] Herald, May 25, 1928.

    QUAY 3 "Miss Catherine Corrigan died Friday, May 4 [1928], at University Hospital, Ann Arbor, of pneumonia...at the age of 53 years, seven months and 11 days.
    She came to Bay City with her parents in 1883, later moving to Whittemore where she made her home until 1918. The last 10 years she made her home in Detroit and Ann Arbor, where she was employed as dietitianist in University hospital until her death.
    She leaves three brothers, Patrick Corrigan of Prescott, John Corrigan of Detroit, Charles Corrigan of Whittemore and one sister, Mrs. Mary Tymon of Detroit and other relatives in Canada, besides a host of close friends..."

  4. obituary
    Tawas[Iosco Co., Michigan] Herald, May 25, 1928.

    QUAY 3 "...Funeral services were held from St. James church, Whittemore on Tuesday May 8. Rev. Fr. Phillips of Omer officiated. Internment in St. James cemetery, Whittemore."