Kathleen Theresa Heaney (called Catherine in her birth record), b. 14 Jan. 1906, living 1980. According to information supplied by her brother Ambrose in Builders of a Great Land, "Kathleen commenced working in MacDonald's store in 1929. In 1931 she began training at the Grey Nunsí Hospital in Regina, graduating in 1934, and worked at Gravelbourg, Bengough, and Tisdale, returning to Ceylon in 1941. She married Timothy Curran in December 1941, and after his death in 1965, she worked at the Marian Home in Radville until her retirement in 1971. She resides in the original Heaney home on Main Street in Ceylon." From the separate, very brief, sketch of her husband in the same volume, it seems clear that they had no children. Her husband, Timothy Curran, was brought by his parents from co. Kerry, Ireland, in 1904, and they settled at Indian Lake, Saskatchewan. After serving in World War I, he came to Regina in 1920 and to Ceylon in 1931, where in 1950 he bought the hardware store, which he ran until his death in March of 1965.
Father: John Francis HEANEY b: 20 AUG 1877 in Mount Forest, Ontario, Canada
Mother: Bridget O'HARA b: ABT. 1876 in Mount Forest, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 1 Timothy CURRAN b: BEF. 1904 in Co Kerry, Ireland
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