Charlotte Catt

b. 1838-1839 (app)
Sussex Westfield


George Catt d. 11/06/1863
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Alfred Ransom


b. 05/01/1860 Ann Ransom Union Workhouse Battle
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1851 Scholar
1861 General Servant

Also known as

Charlotte Catt Ransom, Charlotte Ransom

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Early Resident of S. L., 92, Dies in Hospital
Mrs. Annie Ransom Littlewood, 92, 11571/2 W. 5th North, early Utah settler, died Sunday at 5:05p.m. in a Salt Lake hospital of causes incident to age.
Born Jan. 5, 1860, in Battle, Sussex, England, she was a daughter of Alfred and Charlotte Catt Ransom. At the age of 16 she came to Utah, and had resided in Salt Lake City since that time.
She was married to Joseph Martin Littlewood on Dec. 11, 1879, in the old Salt Lake Endowment House, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
She had been active in the Twenty-ninth L D S Ward for many years.
She has 179 living descendants, including three sons, Alfred H., Raymond J. and Leo W. Littlewood, all of Salt Lake City; five daughters, Mrs. Charlotte (Lottie) Luker, Mrs. Alfred (Hattie) Sorensen, Mrs. A. E. (Olive) Smith, and Mrs. L. R. (Rhea) McRae, all of Salt Lake City, and Mrs. J. J. (Teed) Harris, Lomita, Cal.
She is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Jennie Ransom Dewsnup, Salt Lake City, 57 grandchildren, 107 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren.



30/03/1851 13 Lennox Street, Saint Clement, Hastings, Sussex
05/01/1860 Union Workhouse, Battle, Sussex
14/01/1860 Union Workhouse, Battle, Sussex
07/04/1861 3 Robertson Street, The Holy Trinity, Chich..., Hastings, Sussex
02/04/1871 15 Lennox St, St Clement, Hastings, Sussex
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