|Birth: ||Feb., 1866|
New Brunswick, Canada
In the 1920 U.S. Census, Frank Culleton, 56, born Maine, parents born Canada, was living in Washington County, Maine, with Maggie, 54, born Canada, parents born Ireland; Bertha, 30; Ruth, 26; and Frances (male), 21, all born in Maine.
In the 1910 U.S. Census, widow Elizabeth Culliton, 69, born Canada, parents born Canada, was living in Ward 3, Calais, Maine, with children Elvira, 42; 2nd hand cotton mill Frank E. 45; weaver Georgie, 35; spinner Grace, 28; grandchildren apprentice Bertha, 22; Lillian May, 19; cotton mill weaver Ruth, 16; Veronica, 14; Frances (male), 12; and Pauline, 7, all born in Maine; and daughter-in-law Maggie, 45, born Canada, parents born Canada.
Maggie immigrated in 1880.
In the 1900 U.S. Census, George Culleton, 70, born May, 1830 in Canada, parents born Canada, was living in Calais, Maine, with Elizabeth, 60, born March, 1840 in Canada, parents born Canada; houseworker Emma, 38, born September, 1861; cotton mill loom fixer Frank, 36, born January, 1864; cotton mill weaver Georgie, 28, born July, 1871; cotton mill spinner and granddaughter Grace, 18, born January 1882; daughter-in-law Margaret, 25, born February, 1865;granddaughters Bertha, 11, born September 1888; Lillie, 9, born January, 1891; Ruth, 6, born September 1893; Veronica, 3, born September 1896; and grandson Francis, 2, born January, 1898, all born in Maine.
George had come to the U.S. inn 1848 and Elizabeth in 1850.
They had been married for 40 years, and only three of Elizabeth's eight children were still living.
Margaret had been married for 13 years and all five of her children were still living. The census doesn't indicate which person is her husband, but it looks like Frank's "S" for "single" was smudged out.
m. 25th April, by Rev. E. Doyle, Francis Joseph CULLITON, Calais, Me. / Maggie CORBETT, Milltown (Charlotte Co.)
(St. Croix Courier, May 12, 1887)
In the 1881 Canada Census, laborer Patrick Corbett, 42, born Ireland was living next to the Dennis Purcell family in Milltown, N.B. with Ruth, 40, born Ireland; laborer James, 21; John, 18; Maggie, 15; Annie, 15; Michael, 11; Edward,5; Patrick, 3; and Mary, 10 months, all born in N.B. Living with them was Carson Gain (sp), 15, female, born N.B.
In the 1871 Canada Census, Patrick Corbett, 33, born Ireland, was living in St. Stephen, N.B. with Ruth, 30, born Ireland; James, 12; John, 9; twins Ann and Margaret, 6; and Michael, 3, all born in N.B.
Maggie was the daughter of Patrick Corbett and Ruth Kelly who married in Milltown, N.B.
Frank J. Culleton (1862 - 1923)
Created by: SusanE
Record added: Jan 06, 2012
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