1870 - 1929
||06 Jan 1870
||Ellis Island, New York, NY, USA 
||Cuyahoga, OH, USA
- He is listed as Andrew Catherwood, age 49, birthplace Ireland; father's birthplace Ireland; mother's birthplace Ireland. Film number 1821371, sheet number 17.
||22 Dec 1929
||Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio
||Bradley - Post
||14 Aug 2011 |
||Martha Salter, b. 03 Mar 1873, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England , d. 23 Nov 1942, Los Angeles, California |
||03 Oct 1894
||Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
| ||1. Amy (Caroline) Catherwood, b. 1895, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England , d. Abt 1961|
| ||2. Esther Agnes Catherwood, b. 1897, d. Abt 1963|
| ||3. Andrew George Catherwood, b. 08 Dec 1899, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England , d. 10 Nov 1979, OH |
| ||4. Christina C. Catherwood, b. 1901, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England , d. 25 Jan 1980, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH |
| ||5. William Catherwood, b. 18 Mar 1904, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England , d. 23 Aug 1976|
| ||6. Lucinda Mae Catherwood, b. 28 Mar 1906, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England , d. 05 Aug 2001, Titusville, Brevard, FL |
| ||7. Reinford Salter Catherwood, b. 02 Mar 1909, Barrow-in-Furness, England , d. 26 Jan 1962, Los Angeles, CA |
| ||8. Edna Kay Catherwood, b. 18 Feb 1911, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH , d. Mar 1989, California |
| ||9. Marion Ruth Catherwood, b. 18 Apr 1912, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH , d. 10 Jun 1992, Glendale, CA |
- He learned the wood patternmaking craft, and moved to Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, to work in a large ship building company there. The ship builders is now the Vickers Co., Ltd., a maker ofnot only ships but submarines and planes as well.
For a short time, he and his wife owned and operated a small shop selling birds and seed. After a break-in and robbery, the store was sold and the decision was made to go to America.Anderson took two of the boys, Andrew and William, and sailed on the ship "Freezland", landing in New York. They then travelled by train to Pittsburgh, where some of his wife's family lived.After finding work, he sent for his wife and children still in England. They came on the ship "SS Arabic", which was later sunk in World War I.
Known later in life as Andrew Catherwood, he became a naturalized citizen of the U.S. in the Common Pleas Court, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, Ohio on December 14, 1916.