- Connor: "Your husbands must keep you busy."
- Catherine: "Ha! Nothing we can't handle, Connor. The boys think they run the show, but the real bosses are standing right in front of you."
- ―Catherine and Connor.[src]
Catherine, affectionately known as Kate to her husband, was an inhabitant at the Davenport Homestead and the wife of Godfrey. She resided there with her spouse, their sons, and friends Terry and Diana, all of whom hailed from Scotland.
Before her move to the Homestead, Catherine resided with her husband and their friends on a small plot of land north of Champlain, New York. Both she and Diana had described it as an uncomfortable and disdainful place to reside. The Assassin Connor later invited Godfrey, Terry, and their families to live on the Homestead; though Catherine was hesitant to relocate at first, once she had settled, she began to enjoy the quiet Homestead.
When first meeting Connor, she introduced herself and Diana and thanked him for allowing them to live there. Afterwards, she could often be found doing domestic work at her house or washing clothes down by the river with Diana.
Life on the HomesteadEdit
Some time after the two families settled at the Homestead, Catherine came across an armed robber attempting to break into Terry's home. Terrified, she fled while shouting for help and came across Connor. Informing him of the situation, she went to find Godfrey and Terry while Connor took care of the robber. Godfrey and Terry later erupted into a brawl over who should have been watching their wives, with Catherine and Diana trying to calm their respective husbands.
Catherine attended Norris and Myriam's marriage, and celebrated at the reception held in the Mile's End, reminiscing about her and her friend's weddings, which she laughingly described as being more "like brawls than unions". She was also present at the funeral of Achilles Davenport, and laid a rose on his coffin.
She later received a letter from her family in Scotland, which worried her as they had never written before, and learned of her brother's death from influenza, much to her sorrow. Another letter detailed the birth of Godfrey's niece and their status as her aunt and uncle respectively.
- It was revealed that both Godfrey and Catherine were illiterate, as they required Father Timothy's assistance to read letters received from Catherine's family.
- While socializing with Diana outside of their home in the Homestead, Catherine revealed that she gave Godfrey a larger amount of alcohol when seeking more attention, and advised Diana to attempt this strategy on Terry.