Continuation of tree (2nd child of Joseph Pitre/Mary Ann Daigle); all known surname descendants:
9 Joseph Leonard Pitre
b: 25 May 1905 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 8 July 1959
S. Tetagouche, Gloucester, NB
+Mary Imelda Imhoff b: 30 September 1908 S. Tetagouche, Gloucester, NB; m: 30 June 1936 Beresford, Gloucester, NB [Joseph Gilbert/Brigitte Doucet]; d: 1997 Tetagouche, Gloucester, NB
10 Gerald Leonard Pitre b: 15 October 1938 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 2 January 2012 Clinton, Worcester, MA
+Marie Ann Imhoff b: Abt. 1940 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; m: 25 May 1963 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB [Garnett/Regina Lagace]; d: Aft. January 2012
10 Bertha Pitre d: Aft. January 2012 Montreal, Quebec
10 Lea Pitre d: Aft. January 2012 Montreal, Quebec
10 Ronald Charles Pitre d: Aft. January 2012 NB
10 Constance Pitre d: Aft. January 2012 Concord, CA
10 Claudia Pitre d: Aft. January 2012 Waltham, MA
Notes for Joseph Leonard Pitre:
- 1921 Gloucester, NB (Bathurst, South Tetagouche): Joseph Pete 49 farmer, wife Sarah 34, Leonard 16, Albert 14, Bridget 13, Benny 11, Lucy 2.
Obituaries for the children:
Gerald Leonard Pitre: Sarasota Herald Tribune
(FL), Thursday, 5 January 2012 : Clinton - Gerald L. Pitre, 73,
of 80 Beech St., died suddenly Monday, January 2, 2012 at Clinton Hospital.
He leaves his wife of 48 years, Marie A. (Imhoff) Pitre; two sons:
Michael Pitre and his wife, Ellen, of Hudson, NH, and Daniel Pitre and
his companion, Kim, of Clinton; five grandchildren: Zack, Brett, Madison,
Jacob & Jessica Pitre; one brother, Charlie "Ronnie" Pitre of New
Brunswick, Canada; four sisters: Bertha Pitre, Lea Pitre and her husband,
Paul Plouffe, all of Montreal, Canada, Connie Pitre-Dominguz and her
husband, Arthur, of Concord, CA, and Claudia Collins and her husband,
Ken, of Waltham; also many nieces and nephews. Gerald was born and
raised in Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada, son of Leonard and Imelda (Imhoff)
Pitre. He attended local schools and worked for the Department of
Forestry. A former resident of Waltham, MA he moved to Clinton in 1989.
For many years he worked as a self-employed carpenter, and was known for his
excellent craftsmanship and hard work. He could make anything out of wood.
He was a member of the French Club, Waltham, and maintained active lifestyle,
which often involved playing horseshoes, bowling and golfing, along with robust
political conversations. Gerald's funeral will be held on Saturday,
January 7, 2012 from the McNally & Watson Funeral Home, 304 Church St., with a
Mass at 10:00 a.m. in St. John the Evangelist Church, 80 Union St. Burial
will be private. Relatives and friends are invited to attend calling hours
at the funeral home on Friday, January 6, 2012, from 5:00-8:00 p.m.
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).
- New Brunswick marriages in RED also from Vital Statistics Records (online)
Last updated: 29 March 2022.