Joseph & Christina Coleridge of Catalina

Joseph COLERIDGE, born in 1850, is the fourth son of Samuel & Margaret COLERIDGE of Catalina. He married in Catalina and then migrated to Pennsylvania around 1890. Catalina St Peters Anglican Church has a record of his marriage and a birth to Joseph & Christina Coleridge:

Joseph COLERIDGE’s marriage to Christiana GUY was recorded on 5th December 1878. Witnesses Mark C GUY, Elizabeth Jane GUY.

Annie Maud COLERIDGE’s birth was recorded on 4th August 1884

Annie Maude COLERIDGE's marriage to Victor H SCHULTZ was recorded on 6th June 1904 in Allegheny, Pennsylvania.

1910 US census

Address Name Age Relation Occupation
Pennsylvania
Mifflin
Joseph COLERIDGE
Christina COLERIDGE
Charles M GUY
57
55
25
Head
Wife
Boarder
Laborer (machine shop)

In 1910 Joseph & Christina are recorded in Mifflin, Pennsylvania, noted as Immigration 1890 and 1891 respectively. Joseph's parent’s birthplace is noted as England, but not the town.

1920 US census

Address Name Age Relation Occupation
Pennsylvania
Allegheny
Homestead Ward 3
Victor H SCHULZ
Annie M SCHULZ
Mamie C SCHULZ
Victor J SCHULZ
Anna E SCHULZ
Christina COLERIDGE
40
34
13
10
6
66
Head
Wife
Daughter
Son
Daughter
M-in-law





In 1920 Christina is widowed and living in Homestead, Pennsylvania with her married daughter. This grave inscription is from Homestead Cemetery, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania:

Joseph COLERIDGE born 1853 died 1915

1930 US census

Address Name Age Relation Occupation
Florida
Pinellas
Cross Bayou
Victor H SCHULZ
Annie SCHULZ
Annie E SCHULZ
Christina COLERIDGE
50
45
16
77
Head
Wife
Daughter
M-in-law



In 1930 Christina is recorded in Florida with her daughter.

1940 US census

Address Name Age Relation Occupation
Florida
Pinellas
Annie C SCHULZ
Blanche MORRIS
Christine COLERIDGE
55
51
87
Head
Lodger
Mother



In 1940 Christina, whose birthplace is recorded as England, is still in Florida with her daughter. This grave inscription is from Clearwater Municipal Cemetery, Pinellas County:

Christine COLERIDGE born 1852 died 1940