ID # 5956, (1838-1908)
|Father||John Lamb (1809-1895)|
|Mother||Mary Dewar (1811-1886)|
|Birth||Catherine Lamb was born in 1838 at Hawkesbury, Eastern District.|
|Marriage||She married Richard John Rodden on 25 July 1861 at Ottawa, Carleton Co., Canada West.|
MS248 reel 12, Vol. 48, page 66
Ottawa Marriage Register
Extracted from a list of marriages solemnized by Joseph Elliot, a minister of the Congregational Church, Ottawa, for the year ending December 31st, A.D. 1861.
Richard John Rodden, 25, born Montreal, residing Ottawa. Parents Thomas and Veronica Rodden.
Catherine Lamb, 22, born Hawkesbury, residing Ottawa. Parents John and Mary Lamb.
Witnesses John Lamb, Ottawa, and Wm. Rodden, Montreal.
On July 25, 1861.
|Death||She died on 21 May 1908 at Montreal, Quebec.|
|Burial||She was buried on 23 May 1908 at Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal.|
|Note||Richard and Catherine are in Ottawa at the time of the 1871 census. For whatever reason, the enumerator shows their family name as 'Allan'. Richard is shown as a merchant. We may be assured of having the right family for the names of the children compare well with the 1881 census.|
The 1881 census shows Catherine and Richard in Montreal. Going by the birth locations for their several children, the family had been in Ontario until only recently. They apparently lived out their lives in Montreal.
The Drouin Collection, as presented by Ancestry, shows a page from the record book of Emmanuel Congregational Church in Montreal. The pages are unnumbered, but the year is 1908 and the entry records the death of Catherine Lamb Rodden on May 21st, 1908, and her burial in Mt. Royal Cemetery on the 23rd. She is identified as the widow of Richard J. Rodden.
|Last Edited||18 Nov 2017|