Catherine Hood Misener
ID # 108, (1852-1913)
|Father||Adam Misener (1798-1901)|
|Mother||Helen Coleman (1799-1895)|
|Birth||Catherine Hood Misener was born on 8 September 1852 at Scotland.|
|Death||She died on 13 December 1913 at Con 4, Lot 1, Beverly Township, at age 61.|
|Burial||She was buried at Troy Cemetery, Beverly Township, Wentworth County.|
|Note||Per the 1901 census, Kate Hood was Adam's adopted daughter and was shown as Kate Hood Misener.|
Her death registration shows her name as Catherine Hood. Whether her adoption had a legal status isn't known. She is almost certainly the Catherine Misener, age 8, shown with Adam and Helen in the 1861 census in Beverly She is shown with Adam and Helena in the 1871 census at the age of 19 as a servant. She went by Kate, but is shown here by her proper name Catherine, per her death registration 036977-13. She suffered from mycardiitis for about a year and the immediate cause of death was pneumonia. No information has been found regarding her natural parents.
Kate is buried in the Troy Cemetery. Her stone, a rather attractive one, is mounted on a base with the name MISENER on it.The inscription on the stone is Kate Hood/Misener/1851-1913.
At the time of the 1911 census, Kate is shown as living in Flamborough West with Clifford and Hattie Wreaks and their daughter Helen. Kate is shown as Katy and as an aunt. She is also shown as being born in Scotland and coming to Canada in 1854.
Dec 19, 1913
MISS KATERINE MISNER:
On Monday, the funeral of the late Miss Misner took place from the residence of Mr. John Sager, to Troy Cemetery, the services being conducted by Rev. T. H. Ibbott. Miss Misner was a well known resident of Troy, having lived there many years with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Misner, the former of whom, became famous by reason of his longevity. After the death of her foster parents, Miss Misner spent the most of her time with her sister near Hamilton, and had returned very recently on a visit to her friends in and about her old home. While at Mrs. Sager's she was taken ill and died.
The sister referred to in Kate's obit was likely Eliza Misener Vansickle, Hattie Wreaks' mother.
|Last Edited||6 Aug 2016|