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. She was hesitant on relocating there upon receiving a letter from Godfrey of the prospects, but once she settled she began to enjoy the scenery and isolated scene on the Homestead.
Upon settling, a robber attempted to break into Terry's home, and Catherine witnessed it. Upon finding Connor, she informed him that she was going to get Terry and Godfrey, and raced to find them. Upon the robber's demise, Godfrey and Terry erupted into a brawl over who should've been watching their wives, although it was later sorted out.
Life on the HomesteadEdit
Later on, she attended Norris and Myriam's marriage, and celebrated at the reception held in "The Mile's End". She also was present at the funeral of Achilles Davenport, and laid a rose on his coffin.
- It was revealed that both Godfrey and Catherine were illiterate, as they required Father Timothy to read a letter received from Catherine's family regarding the death of Catherine's brother.
- This was backed up by another letter read to them by Father Timothy regarding the birth of a daughter of Godfrey's sister.
- While socializing with Diana outside of their home in the Homestead, she revealed that she gave Godfrey a larger amount of alcohol when seeking more attention, and advised Diana to attempt this strategy on Terry.