Arture Pitre

1902 Bloomfield, PEI 1987 Providence, Rhode Island

 

 

Continuation of tree (7th child of Francis Pitre/Marie Arseneau); all known surname descendants:

               9          Arture Pitre  b: 3 May 1902  Bloomfield, PEI; d: 23 May 1987  Providence, Providence, RI    

                                   +'Aldona' Emelie Eldona Yvonne Leclerc (aka Leclair)  b: 4 December 1906  Egmont Bay, PEI; m: Abt. 1929 [Philias/Luce Desroches]; d: 25 May 2002  Port Charlotte, Charlotte, FL

                             10         Joseph Donald Peters  b: Abt. 1933  Providence, Providence, RI; d: Aft. May 2002  Port Charlotte, Charlotte, FL

                           

  

Notes for Arture Pitre:

Census

- 1930 Chelsea, Suffolk, Massachusetts:  Arthur Peters 25 rubber factory laborer, wife Aldona 23.

- 1940 Providence, Providence, Rhode Island:  Arthur Peters 38 shipping clerk/rubber works, wife Aldona 32 machine operator/rubber works, Joseph D. 6.

- 1950 Providence, Providence, RI:  Arthur Peters 47 rec. clerk/rubber mfg., wife Aldona 42 weaver/textile mill, Joseph D. 16.

Massachusetts Naturalization records:  31 March 1928 - Arthur Peters, residing 10 John St., Chelsea, shipping clerk, b. Prince Co., PEI 3 May 1902, emigrated from St. John, NB on vessel Governor Dingley arriving Boston 22 September 1922, single.

 

Obituary:  Providence Journal (RI), Sunday, 24 May 1987:  Arthur Peters, 85, of 314 Academy Ave., a retired receiving room foreman for the former U.S. Rubber Co., for 42 years, died yesterday in Rhode Island Hospital after an illness.  He was the husband of Aldona (LeClair) Peters.  Born in Prince Edward Island, Canada, he was a son of the late Frank and Mary (Arsenault) Peters.  He had been a Providence resident for many years.  He leaves a son, Donald J. Peters of Providence; and a sister, Josephine Peters of Hamilton, Ontario.  His funeral will be held Wednesday at 9:15 from the Hoey Home, 168 Academy Ave., with a concelebrated Mass of Christian Burial at 10 in the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Academy Avenue.  Burial will be in Risen Christ Mausoleum of St. Ann's Cemetery, Cranston.
 

Notes for Aldona Leclair:

Obituary:  Providence Journal (RI), Tuesday, 28 May 2002:  Aldona Peters, 95, of La Belle Terrace, Port Charlotte, Fla., and formerly of Academy Avenue, Providence, a retired weaver, died Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Port Charlotte.  She was the wife of the late Arthur Peters. Born on Prince Edward Island, Canada, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. LeClair, she had lived in Providence for most of her life.  She moved to Port Charlotte in November 2000.  Mrs. Peters had been a weaver for Moore Fabrics of Pawtucket for more than 30 years, until she retired in 1974.  She leaves a son, Donald Peters of Port Charlotte.  She was the sister of the late Madeline Gallant, Rose Arsenault, Kate Derocher, Albina Peters, and Anthony, Augustus, Ernest and Michael LeClair.  The funeral will be on Thursday at 8:45 a.m. from the Hoey Arpin Williams King Funeral Home, Providence, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 in the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Academy Avenue.  Burial will be in the Our Risen Christ Mausoleum of St. Ann Cemetery, Cranston.
 

 

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