Francis & Emily Coleridge of Ontario (married 1898)

Francis COLERIDGE, born in Ontario in 1865, is the fourth son of Daniel & Mary Jane COLDRIDGE. He married Emily in 1898 and they lived in Dauphin, Manitoba where they had 3 children:

Francis COLERIDGE's marriage, age 30, to Emily M PENFOLD, age 29, was recorded on 24th August 1898 in Guelph, Wellington, Ontario. His occupation is given as school teacher.

1911 census for Canada

Address Name Age Relation Occupation
District 11/8
MacDonald
Manitoba
Frank M(?) COLERIDGE
Emily M COLERIDGE
Frank D COLERIDGE
Winnifred COLERIDGE
Fanny COLERIDGE
46
45
11
8
6
Head
Wife
Son
Daughter
Daughter
Teacher

1916 census for Canada

Address Name Age Relation Occupation
Town Grand View
Dauphin
Manitoba
Frank K COLERIDGE
Emily M COLERIDGE
Frank David COLERIDGE
Winnifred M COLERIDGE
Fannie Eliz. COLERIDGE
Albert EWALD
51
50
16
13
11
30
Self
Wife
Son
Daughter
Daughter
Boarder
School Teacher




Carpenter

In 1911 and 1916 Frank & Emily together with their 3 children are recorded at two different addresses in Manitoba. The following records were found for the birth of their children:

Frances D COLERIDGE's birth was recorded on 24th February 1900 in Wellington, Ontario.

Maria Jane Winnifred COLERIDGE's birth was recorded on 2nd May 1903 in Lanark, Perth, Ontario.

Elizabeth Grace COLERIDGE's birth was recorded on 4th November 1904 in Guelph, Wellington, Ontario.

1921 census for Canada

Address Name Age Relation Occupation
Winnipegosis Village
Dauphin
Manitoba
Frank COLERIDGE 57 Boarder School Teacher
Grand View
Dauphin
Manitoba
Emily M COLERIDGE
Winnie COLERIDGE
Fannie COLERIDGE
55
18
16
Head
Daughter
Daughter
 

In 1921 Frank & Emily are recorded separately in Manitoba. Their son Frank was not found.

The following information about Frank comes from the Memorable Manitobans website:

Born at Egremont, Ontario in 1865, he came to Manitoba and was Principal of Selkirk School (1891-1892), Cypress River School (1907-1909), Rathwell School (1909-1910), Grandview School (1915-1917), Alexander School (1919-1920), Winnipegosis School (1920-1921), Starbuck School (1923-1924), Minitonas School (1926-1927), and Bethany School (1927-1928).

He moved to Saskatchewan in 1928 and taught at Maple Creek and Star City until retirement in 1938. By 1938, he was living in retirement at Nut Mountain, Saskatchewan. He died in Saskatchewan in 1941 and was buried in the Nut Mountain Cemetery.