Her mother Anna Mullin's Will [probate dated Jan 1934] contained the following:
"...I give and bequeath unto my... daughter CATHERINE MARIE HOLDEN...$150..."
Born Baltimore MD. Ever in US - Yes, from 1893-1920 Baltimore MD.
Going to join father Patrick Mullin. Time remaining in US: Permanent.
Intend to become citizen: Yes.
Also on familysearch.org was:
- The record of death for Katharine and Roy Holden's daughter Dorothy Ann Holden, born 8 Oct 1925 in the U.S., died 05 June 1930 in Canada, age 4.
- The record of death for Arthur Roy Holden, 1957, in Canada, buried in Canada.
- The WW I draft registration card for Arthur Roy Holden, born Canada, registered in Baltimore City June 1917, not a citizen, married with 1 child.
- and, the Pension Index for Roy Holden dated 24 July 1922, in the U.S., for his service in the Infantry.
So...at 1900 Catherine/Katherine Marie Mullin was single.
- Her immigration record stated she'd resided the US from 1893 to 1920...yet she was born 1888 - perhaps she was understating her age? And this infers she moved to Canada about 1920.
- In 1917 Catherine and Roy Holden were already married and had a child; he registered for the draft in Baltimore.
- In Sept 1925 she and her husband returned to the U.S. from Canada, stating they intended to become permanent residents. However ...
- In Oct 1925 their 4-yr old daughter died in Canada. Did the child remain behind when her parents moved?
- In 1957 Roy Holden died and was buried in Canada. Tidbits of info indicate that Catherine also died and was buried in Canada. So they did not become permanent U.S. residents?
- In 1929 Catherine's father Patrick Mullin died in Baltimore, MD. Her mother Anna died 1933. Did the Holdens perhaps return to Canada after the deaths of Catherine's parents?