Guillaume Pitre

1906 Rogersville, New Brunswick – 1976 Hardwood Ridge, NB



Continuation of tree (8th child of Augustin Pitre/Marie Evelyn Buote); all known surname descendants:

                 9       Guillaume Pitre  b: 25 April 1906  Rogersville, Northumberland, NB; d: 14 March 1976  Hardwood Ridge, Sunbury, NB

                                  +Bertha Melanson  b: 6 March 1911  Leger Corner, Westmorland, NB; m: 23 November 1927  St. Francois de Sales, Rogersville, Northumberland, NB [Thimothee/Louise Surette]; d: 1990  Hardwood Ridge, Sunbury, NB

                           10         Rene Pitre  b: 18 February 1927  Rogersville, Northumberland, NB; d: Bef. July 2017

                                           +Theresa Croteau  b: 7 March 1932; m: 24 September 1952

                           10         Eric Joseph Pitre  b: 5 November 1928  Rogersville, Northumberland, NB; d: 25 July 1962  Quebec

                                           +Marion Elizabeth Valonne  b: Abt. 1929  N. Minto, Sunbury, NB; m: 16 October 1947  Holy Rosary, Minto, Sunbury, NB [Kenneth John/Estella Collins]

                          10         Joseph Angus Pitre  b: 22 January 1930  St. John, NB; d: 15 April 1946  Amherst, Cumberland, NS

                          10         Anita Pitre  b: 1 January 1931; d: Aft. January 2020

                                           +Victor Martineau    m: 14 December; d: 1970

                          10         Alice Mary Pitre  b: 11 May 1933  North Minto, Sunbury, NB; d: 5 January 2020  Minto, Sudbury, NB

                                           +John Angus Auld  b: Abt. 1926; m: 15 September 1956  Northfield, Sunbury, NB [Angus/Louise Dumont]; d: 1993  Minto, Sunbury, NB

                          10         Edward Pitre  b: 30 November 1935; d: 23 April 1936

                          10         Aline Pitre  b: 3 June 1940; d: Aft. January 2020

                                           +Gerry Garneau    m: 9 June 1959

                          10         Angus Edward Pitre  b: 11 December 1952  Minto, Sunbury, NB; d: 27 July 2017  Fredericton, York, NB

                                           +Anna Marguerite Doucette  b: 5 June 1955  Minto, Sunbury, NB; m: 14 November 1970  Minto, Sunbury, NB [Andrew/Jeanne Lavoie]; d: 3 May 2017  Fredericton, York, NB



Notes for Guillaume Pitre:


- 1921 Collette, Northumberland, NB:  Augustin Pitre 57 farmer, wife Eveline 51, Catherine 17, Willie 15, Eveline 12, George 7.


- 1931 Rogersville, Northumberland, NB:  Augustin Pitre 66 farmer, wife Eveline 60, George 17; Guillaume Pitre 25 butcher, wife Bertha 21, Rene 4, Eric 2, Igniace 1, Anita 5 months.


Tombstone inscription, St. Bridget's Cemetery, Hardwood Ridge, NB:  PITRE / 1906  William J. Pitre  1976 / his wife / 1911  Bertha Melanson  1990

Obituaries for the children:

Eric Joseph Pitre:  Tombstone inscription, St. Bridget's Cemetery, Hardwood Ridge, NB:  PITRE / 1928  Eric Joseph Pitre  1962 / "Ever remembered - Ever loved"


Alice Mary Pitre:  The death of Alice Auld of Minto, NB occurred Sunday, January 5, 2020 at her home.  Born in North Minto, NB she was the daughter of the late William and Bertha (Melanson) Pitre.  Survived by a son, Angus John Auld (Sandra McEachren); daughters, Joanne McEachen, Patricia Johnson (Rick), Lisa Auld (Brian Lowry), Karen Auld (Joe Hall); 2 grandchildren, Amanda McEachen and Candice Hass (Kelvin); sisters, Aline Garneau and Anita Martineau; several nieces, nephews and cousins.  In addition to her parents, Alice was predeceased by her husband John Angus Auld; brothers, Rene, Eric, teenage brother, Angus, infant brother, Edward and Angus Edward Pitre.  Resting at Hogg Funeral and Cremation Services, Minto, with visitation on Thursday from 4-7pm.  Funeral Service will be held 2:00PM Friday, January 10, 2020 from Trinity United Church.  Interment will take place in Wallbridge Cemetery at a later date.  For those who wish, donations made to Trinity United Church or Canadian Diabetic Association would be appreciated by the family.  A reception will take place immediately following the service.

Angus Edward Pitre:  With his children by his side the passing of Angus Edward Pitre of Minto, NB occurred Thursday, July 27, 2017 at the Chalmer’s Regional Hospital.  Living in Minto in the house he was born in, he was the son of the late William and Bertha (Melanson) Pitre.  Retired Stationary Engineer for 24 years with Department of National Defence,  Secretary/Treasurer for the Grand Lake ATV club for many years.  Established the Grand Lake Alpine Ski Club, and a Scout leader in his early years.  In his retirement years he enjoyed woodworking, cutting firewood and loved spending time with his family and many drives with his beloved wife Anna.  Survived by a son, Tim Pitre (Terran); daughters, Melanie Doucette (Nicole) and Nicole Bailey (Jerry); grandchildren, Josh, Matthew Pitre and William, Avery Bailey; sisters, Anita Melanson, Alice Auld and Aline Garneau; furry long-eared friend, Stewart; many nieces, nephews and cousins.  In addition to his parents, Angus was predeceased by his wife Anna Margaret (Doucette) Pitre, May 2017; brothers, Rene, Angus and Eric Pitre; an infant brother, Edward.  Funeral Service will take place 11:00AM Monday, July 31, 2017 from Minto Community Chapel.  For those who wish, donations made to the Minto Community Youth Center would be appreciated by the family.  Reception to follow at the Minto Senior Hall.  We would like to thank Dr. George Kolivas, Dr. Andre Leroux, Dr. Gordon MacDonald, Dr. Debra Gowan and All the nurses from the Neurosciences Unit in Saint John and Palliative care nurses in Fredericton.  Special thanks to Shelley and Corilee for your compassion as it meant the world to us.

Tombstone Inscription, St. Bridget's Cemetery, Hardwood Ridge, Sunbury, NB:  PITRE / Angus E. Pitre / 1952 - 2017 / Anna M. (Doucette) / 1955 - 2017 / married Nov. 14, 1970 / together forever



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Items in RED have been verified against parish register entries. 

- Some deaths in RED from online death certificates (1920-1938), online death registrations (1888-1919), obituaries, tombstones.

- New Brunswick marriages in RED also from Vital Statistics Records (online).


Last updated:  21 September 2023.