Catherine Barrett (1830 - 1875)

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Australia

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Australia

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Father: Edkins Thomas Barrett
Mother: Winton Louisa De Barrett

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Dorothy Marilyn Eaton

Dorothy Marilyn Eaton

Kelso Barrett Jr

Kelso Barrett Jr

Kelso Barrett

Kelso Barrett

Lucian Barrett

Lucian Barrett

Barrett

Barrett

Jesse James Barrett

Jesse James Barrett

L C Barrett

L C Barrett

Edward Barrett

Edward Barrett

Josephine Barrett

Josephine Barrett

Lucille & Deborah Barrett and Elsie Austgen

Lucille & Deborah Barrett and Elsie Austgen

Becky Ann Barrett

Becky Ann Barrett

Upton Shefford Peck, 1921

Upton Shefford Peck, 1921

Catherine (Barrett) Peddle

Catherine (Barrett) Peddle

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Margaret Elizabeth Barrett Dorothy Marilyn Eaton Kelso Barrett Jr Kelso Barrett

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1830 - In the year that Catherine Barrett was born, 10,000 chests of opium were sold in China - one chest was 60–65 kilograms, about 140 pounds, and was worth nearly $740 in US dollars. This worked out to a trade of roughly 7.5 million US dollars in 1830.

1837 - Catherine was just 7 years old when on January 26th, Michigan became the 26th state admitted to the United States. Previously part of the Northwest Territory, the area bordered four of the five Great Lakes. The Erie Canal opened up the area, bringing settlers and therefore statehood.

1839 - When she was only 9 years old, in The Boston Morning Post, on March 23rd, the first recorded use of the word "OK" appeared. A columnist in the paper said this: "The "Chairman of the Committee on Charity Lecture Bells, is one of the deputation, and perhaps if he should return to Boston, via Providence, he of the Journal, and his train-band, would have his 'contribution box,' et ceteras, o.k.—all correct—and cause the corks to fly, like sparks, upward." While this is the first known time that OK appeared in print, where the word came from is still disputed.

1866 - At the age of 36 years old, Catherine was alive when on May 10th, the "banker's bank" - London bank Overend, Gurney and Company - collapsed, beginning the Panic of 1866. Unemployment went up to 8% and wages went down. Only about 16% of joint-stock companies - a company whose stock is owned jointly by the shareholders - weathered the Panic.

1875 - In the year of Catherine Barrett's passing, the Bombay Stock Exchange - the first stock exchange in Asia - was established. It was called "The Native Share & Stock Brokers Association".

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Catherine Barrett died in 1875 in Australia at 45 years of age. No cause of death has been listed for Catherine. She was born in 1830. She was born to Edkins Thomas Barrett and Winton Louisa De Barrett, and we currently have no other siblings in her family tree. We know that Catherine Barrett had been residing in Australia.

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