Hubert Pitre

1861 Rustico, PEI after 1904 PEI

 

 

Continuation of tree (5th child of Moise Pitre/2nd Wife Marguerite Gallant); all known surname descendants:

               8          Hubert Pitre  b: 11 January 1861  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI; d: Bet. 1904-1911  Rustico, PEI

                                +Angele Doucet  b: 16 November 1863  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI; m: 22 November 1887  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI [Amand/Charlotte Gallant]; d: 20 October 1888  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI

                                    

                            *2nd Wife of Hubert Pitre:

                                +Dauphine Pitre  b: 19 December 1868  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI; m: Abt. 1892 [Maurice/Dauphine Doiron]; d: 12 June 1949  Charlottetown, PEI

                          9          Rose Ann Pitre  b: 26 May 1893  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI

                                         + Joseph Baudin  b: Abt. 1893; m: 25 June 1919  Charlottetown, PEI

                                       *2nd Husband of Rose Ann Pitre:

                                         + John Bowlan

                          9          Maurice Emile Pitre  b: 27 April 1895  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI; d: Aft. 1901

                          9          George Antoine Pitre  b: 23 October 1897  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI; d: Aft. February 1955  St. John, NB

                                         + 'Stella' Marie Exilda Eldora Leblanc  b: 28 May 1899  Memramcook, Westmorland, NB; m: 3 November 1920  St. Jean, St. John, NB [Livain/Seraphine Dupuis]

                          9          Joseph Cornelius Pitre  b: 9 August 1899  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI; d: 5 February 1955  Charlottetown, PEI

                                         + Cornelia C. Chiasson  b: Abt. 1900; m: 8 November 1926  Charlottetown, PEI; d: 3 March 1938  Charlottetown, PEI

                                       *2nd Wife of Joseph Cornelius Pitre:

                                         + Mary O'Brien    m: 25 June 1951  St. Dunstan, Charlottetown, PEI; d: Aft. February 1955

                          9          Marie Jeanne Pitre  b: 24 April 1902  Rustico, PEI; d: 1942  Charlottetown, PEI

                          9          Cecile Annie Pitre  b: 28 February 1905  Rustico, PEI; d: July 1949

 

 

Notes for Hubert Pitre:

Census

- 1891 PEI, Lot 24F2: - Widower Hubert Peters 30 (grocery clerk), living with widowed mother & siblings.

 

- 1901 PEI, Lot 24A3:  Hubert Peters 38 , 2nd wife Dauphine 32, Rose A. 7, Maurice E. 5, George A. 4, Joseph C. 1.

 

- 1911 PEI, Lot 24, Rustico:  Widow Dauphine Pitre 42 (washerwoman), George A. 13 (laborer), Corneil J. 11 (laborer), Marie Joanna 9, Cecile A. 6.  Rosy Peters 19 (domestic), w/Blake family at East Royalty, Charlottetown.

 

- 1921 Charlottetown, PEI:  Widow Dauphine Peters 53, Joseph 21 blacksmith, Mary 19 washer/laundry, Annie 16.   (128 Dorchester)

 

- 1931 Charlottetown City, Queens, PEI:  Widow Deauphine Peters 63, Mary Jane 29 laundress/laundry, Cecily M. 26 labourer (128 Dorchester).

 

Notes for Dauphine Pitre: 

Obituary:  Charlottetown Guardian (PEI), Saturday, 9 July 1949:  In Memoriam - Mrs. Hubert Peters - On Sunday, June 12th, there passed to her eternal reward, Mrs. Hubert Peters, aged 79 years.  Widowed at an early age, Mrs. Peters not only filled the part of both Father and Mother to her six small children, but had cheer and help to offer all in need.  Of a deeply religious nature Mrs. Peters bore four long years of suffering in a truly Christian manner.  To her this world was not a 'lasting City' and as her illness developed, she looked more and more to that Celestial City, towards which her mind and heart had ever yearned.  Fortified by the last rites of Holy Mother Church and surrounded by her dear ones, who had nursed her so tenderly, she died holily as she had lived.  Her funeral took place on Wednesday morning June 15th, from her late residence to St. Dunstan's Basilica where requiem High Mass was celebrated by Rev. Francis MacDonald, who also officiated at the grave.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Peter MacDonald, J. B. Flemming, William Grimes, Charles MacDonald, Peter Pineau and Arthur McQuaid.  She leaves to mourn the passing of a loving and devoted mother, two sons and two daughters, viz: George of St. John, N.B., who came home to attend his Mother's Funeral, Cornelius, Mrs. John Bowlan and Cicily, all of this City.  One daughter, Jean, predeceased her seven years ago.

 

Obituaries for the children: 

Joseph Cornelius Pitre:  Charlottetown Guardian (PEI), Monday, 7 February 1955:  Sudden Death of Mr. J. C. Peters - The death of Joseph Cornelius Peters, 55, assistant caretaker at the Charlottetown Armouries, occurred suddenly at his home 223 Sydney St., on Saturday evening.  He had attended to his official duties as usual on Saturday morning.  A veteran of the First World War, Mr. Peters went overseas in 1917 with reinforcements for the 105th Battalion.  He was discharged on return home in 1919.  Born in Rustico, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Peters, he joined the armed forces on leaving school.  Surviving relatives in addition to his wife, the former Mary O'Brien of Iona are a boy 16 months old and another son from a previous marriage, Earle Peters of Toronto.  A brother George in Saint John, N.B. and two sisters, Mrs. J. J. Bowlan (Rose) and Miss Cecily Peters, both residing in Charlottetown, also survive.  His first wife was the former Cordelia Chaisson.

 

 

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