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Andrew Caruth Children

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Re: Andrew Caruth Children

Posted: 15 Jul 2012 1:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello again,

While in N. Ireland last month I met four of my Caruth second cousins for the first time.

Here is my compilation of my Caruth relatives:

July 13, 2012

Caruth Family

A. Children of Hugh Francis Carruth (1845-1929) and Margaret A. Bigger (1848-1935)
William Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on Jan. 1, 1874. He married Mary Jordan (born May 30, 1876 in Belfast) at St. Enoch’s Church in Belfast on Dec. 26, 1898. They had two children: Ellen Isabella (born 1903) and Margaret (1904). He died in Belfast on April 6, 1959 at the age of 85.
Alexander Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on Aug. 22, 1875. In the 1901 census he was not married and living with his family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and his occupation was clerk. In the 1911 census he was living with his family at 59 Woodvale Road, Shankhill District in Belfast and his occupation was managing clerk, brick works. He signed the Ulster Covenant Declaration on Sept. 28, 1912. He died in Belfast on July 31, 1942 at the age of 66.
Margaret Jones Caruth was born and christened in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on March 4, 1877. In the 1901 census she was not married and living with her family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and her occupation was machinist. In the 1911 census she was unmarried and living with her family at 59 Woodvale Road, Shankhill District in Belfast and her occupation was saleswoman, boots. She signed the Ulster Covenant Declaration on Sept. 28, 1912. She died on March 26, 1961 at the age of 84.
Agnes Jane Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on March 6, 1878. In the 1901 census she was not married and living with her family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and her occupation was housework. In the 1911 census she was living with her family at 59 Woodvale Road, Shankhill District in Belfast and her occupation was saleswoman, drapery. She signed the Ulster Covenant Declaration on Sept. 28, 1912. She died on June 16, 1967 at the age of 89.
Elizabeth Ann Black Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on March 10, 1880 and christened in Hydepark Presbyterian Church on May 31, 1880. In the 1901 census she was not married and living with her family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and her occupation was school teacher. She married William Reynold Williams (born Mar. 2, 1872 in Belfast; died Nov. 13, 1927 in Point Grey, BC) on Feb. 18, 1903. Shortly afterwards they moved to Bangor, Co. Down, where they lived at Clonallon, Princetown Rd. They had two children, Florence Irene (born Mar. 27, 1905 in Bangor, Co. Down; died Apr. 14, 1974 in Vancouver) and Percy Reynold (born Apr. 10, 1912 in Belfast; died May 9, 1981 in Delta, BC). In the 1911 census they were living at 6 Cranmore Park in Belfast and in 1912 at 7 Cranmore Park. They emigrated to Canada in 1913, arriving in New York on April 7 and onward to Gibsons, BC. They moved to Vancouver at the end of 1914. Her husband died in 1927 and she assumed the direction of his business, Williams Piano House, until her son was old enough to take over. She never remarried. In May 1950 she paid a return visit to Ireland as part of a European trip, and she continued to travel in subsequent years: Hawaii in 1952, California and Mexico in 1953, Europe in 1954, and a circle tour of the U.S.A. in 1957. She died in Vancouver on Dec. 8, 1982 at the age of 102 and was buried three days later in the Ocean View Cemetery in Burnaby, BC.
• Florence Williams married Geoffrey Parrott. They had no children.
• Percy Reynold Williams married Sarah Patricia Conway (1914-1991). They had six children: Carol Ann (born 1940), John Reynold (born 1942), Patricia Elizabeth (born 1946), Peter John (born and died 1946), Stephen James (born 1949) and Helen Theresa (born 1956).
Samuel Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on April 13, 1882 and christened in Hydepark Church on June 19, 1882. In the 1901 census he was not married and living with his family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and his occupation was apprentice patern [sic] maker. He married Mary Elizabeth Houston at Malone Presbyterian Church in Belfast on Feb. 7, 1908. In the 1911 census they were living at 5 Springfield Parade in Belfast and his occupation was pattern maker in engine works. They had nine children: Stanley Victor (born 1909, emigrated to Canada); Frances Margaret (Greta) (born 1910); Gladys; Ivan; Mary (May) (born in Montreal); Rex; Violet; Alexander (born 1917); and Sidney (born 1918, died 1996). He died in Newtonabbey, Co. Antrim on Aug. 22, 1968 at the age of 86 and is buried in the Carnmoney cemetery.
• Stanley Victor Caruth emigrated to Canada and married Hazel Cutler. They had two children: Camille and Stanley. Camille married Jack Clabertt; they live in Cobourg, Ontario. Stanley married Betty; they live in Aurora, Ontario and have three children: Elizabeth, Jennifer and Michelle.
• Frances Margaret (Greta) Caruth married Mr. Nulty. They had a daughter, Anne, who married Raymond Carroll (died in 2012); a son, Bertie, married to Eleanor; and another daughter, Carol, who married Mr. Paul. Anne and Raymond have a son, Paul Carroll, married to Allison; they have two daughters, Edia and Ella.
• Gladys Caruth married Edward Mairs. They had no children.
• Ivan Caruth married Gloria Young (born in Toronto). They lived in California and had three children: Danny, Lisa and Tyrell.
• Mary (May) Caruth married Carl Frederick Smith (1902-1994). She went to New Jersey and then returned to Northern Ireland. They had no children.
• Rex Caruth married Margaret Eddy (born in Scotland). They had two children: Maureen and Pamela.
• Violet Caruth married Joseph Moore. They had three children: Dorothy, Joan and Veronica.
• Alexander Caruth married Elaine Johnstone. They emigrated to South Africa in 1964. They had two children: Geoffrey and Judith.
• Sidney Caruth married Mary Isobel Erskine. They had three children: Jackie, Ricky and William Barry. Ricky has four children: Julia, Lindsey, Lowrey and Scott. Barry married Alison McCullough; they have five children: Adam, Adele, Joanne, Lorna and Ryan.
Thomas Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on May 24, 1884 and christened in Hydepark Church on Aug. 10, 1884. In the 1901 census he was not married and living with his family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and his occupation was apprentice fitter. Later he was a machinist. He married Margaret Ida English (born April 6, 1889) in Montreal, Quebec on April 9, 1913. They had a son, Thomas Noel (born Dec. 4, 1915 in Belfast, died Oct. 21, 1986). He died in Belfast on Dec. 10, 1971 at the age of 87 and was buried three days later in the City Cemetery.
John Stanley Reid Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on April 26, 1886 and christened in Hydepark Church on June 15, 1886. He died on July 23, 1897 at the age of 11.
James Bigger Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on June 9, 1888 and christened in Hydepark Church on July 27, 1888. In the 1901 census he was living with his family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and was a scholar. In the 1911 census he was not married and living with his family at 59 Woodvale Road, Shankhill District in Belfast and his occupation was book-keeper. He signed the Ulster Covenant Declaration on Sept. 28, 1912. He married Mary Elizabeth Johnson Lynn (born Aug. 23, 1891 in Carnmoney, died Jan. 3, 1968 in Belfast) at St. Enoch’s Presbyterian Church in Belfast on June 3, 1915. They had a daughter, Florence. He died in Belfast on June 11, 1960 at the age of 72 and is buried in Carnmoney cemetery.
Hugh Francis Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on Oct. 21, 1890. In the 1901 census he was living with his family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and was a scholar. In the 1911 census he was not married and living with his family at 59 Woodvale Road, Shankhill District in Belfast and his occupation was pattern maker, textile machinery foundry. He emigrated to Canada in Sept. 1912. He went back to Ireland from Montreal in May 1914 and then returned to Canada, arriving on the Metagama from Liverpool on Dec. 27, 1919. He married Jean McCracken Cairns (born April 9, 1905 in Port Arthur, Ontario, died Jan. 12, 1997 in North Vancouver, BC) in North Vancouver on Dec. 31, 1926. They had five children: Andrew Cairns (born June 23, 1929), Frances Jean (born Oct. 29, 1931, died Apr. 25, 2012), Mary Kathleen Elizabeth (March 30, 1934), Daniel Alexander (Aug. 18, 1936) and John Stanley Robertson (Nov. 5, 1941). They lived at 705 E. 15th St. in North Vancouver. He died in North Vancouver on Dec. 14, 1985 at the age of 95.
• Andrew Caruth married Donna Jean Kemp. They have four children: Alison, David Andrew, James Alexander and Mary Catherine.
• Francis Jean Caruth never married.
• Mary Kathleen Elizabeth Caruth married John Dyck. They have four children: John Francis Calvin, Peter Daniel Graham, Marianne Janet and Elizabeth Jean.
• Daniel Alexander Caruth’s first marriage was to Linda Mae Larson and second to Helen Knight. He has two children from the first marriage: Murray Daniel and Carolyn Kathleen.
• John Stanley Robertson Caruth never married.
Henry Montgomery Caruth was born in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim on Oct. 13, 1892. In the 1901 census he was living with his family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and was a scholar. In the 1911 census he was living with his family at 59 Woodvale Road, Shankhill District in Belfast. He signed the Ulster Covenant Declaration on Sept. 28, 1912. He married Ivy Robinson (born May 5, 1900) in Belfast on Apr. 28, 1922. In 1950 they were living in Bury St. Edmonds, England. He died in Bury St. Edmonds on June 15, 1965 at the age of 72.
B. Children of Alexander Carruth (1801-?) and Margaret Jones (1804-?)
Jane Carruth was born in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim in 1826. She married William Finlay in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim in 1850.
Agnes Carruth was born in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim in 1828 and christened there on Apr. 25, 1830. She married John Andrews Reid in 1850. They had four children: Charlotte (born 1854), Dora (1857), Elizabeth (1860) and Alexander (1862).
Margaret Carruth was born in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim in 1830 and christened there on May 22, 1831. She married William Black in 1856. They had three children: William (born 1857), Margaret (1860) and Agnes (1863).
Sarah Carruth was born in and christened in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim on Dec. 19, 1833. She married Samuel White in 1858. They had four children: Margaret (born 1860, died 1924), Jane (born 1863), Minnie (1865) and Emma (1868).
Martha Jones Carruth was born in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim in 1836.
Isabella Carruth was born in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim in 1839 and christened there on Oct. 26, 1839.
Elizabeth Ann Carruth was born in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim in 1840 and christened there on Jan. 4, 1841. She married John Black in Hyde Park, Co. Antrim in 1861 or 1874.
Hugh Francis Carruth was born in Hyde Park, Co. Antrim and was christened in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim on Feb. 15, 1845. He married Margaret A. Bigger in Whitehouse, Co. Antrim on Oct. 13, 1873. In the 1901 census he was living with his family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast and his occupation was boot and shoemaker. In the 1911 census he was living with his family at 59 Woodvale Road, Shankhill District in Belfast and his occupation was boot and shoe maker. He signed the Ulster Covenant Declaration on Sept. 28, 1912. He died in Belfast on Jan. 25, 1929 at the age of 84 and was buried in the Mallusk cemetery..
C. Children of Samuel Bigger and Agnes Montgomery
James Bigger was born in 1834.
Joseph Bigger was born on Sept. 12, 1836 in Hightown, Ireland.
Janet Jamison Bigger was born on Dec. 2, 1839 in Hightown, Ireland.
William Bigger was born on Sept. 10, 1840 in Hightown, Ireland.
Thomas Bigger was born on May 29, 1843 in Hightown, Ireland.
Elizabeth Jane Bigger was born on Aug. 22, 1845 in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim.
Andrew John Bigger was born in 1847.
Margaret A. Bigger was born on Apr. 16, 1848 in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim. In the 1901 census she was living with her family at 57 Tennent St., Shankhill District in Belfast. In the 1911 census she was living with her family at 59 Woodvale Road, Shankhill District in Belfast, She signed the Ulster Covenant Declaration on Sept. 28, 1912. She died in Belfast on Nov. 23, 1935 at the age of 87.
Mary Anne Bigger was born in 1853.
Samuel Bigger was born on Apr. 6, 1859 in Grange of Molusk, Co. Antrim and christened on July 3, 1859 in Carnmoney, Co. Antrim.
D. Previous Generation
Alexander Carruth was born in 1801 in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim. He married Margaret Jones in Templepatrick on March 1, 1825.
Margaret Jones was born in 1804 in Co. Antrim, Ireland.
Samuel Bigger was the son of Joseph Bigger. He married Agnes Montgomery in Carnmoney, Co. Antrim on Aug. 19, 1834.
Agnes Montgomery was the daughter of James Montgomery. After Samuel Bigger’s death she may have married John Andrew in Doagh, Doagh Grange, Co. Antrim in 1863.
E. Previous Generation
Joseph Bigger was born in Carnmoney, Co. Antrim and christened at Carnmoney Presbyterian Church on Mar. 15, 1772. His parents were Samuel Bigger and Janet Jamison.
James Montgomery was born in Carnmoney, Co. Antrim on Aug. 5, 1784. His parents were Isaac Montgomery and Agnes McGill.

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Best wishes,

John Williams
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