Jean Marie Pitre

1784 France 1842 Houma, Louisiana

 

 

Continuation of tree (5th child of Ambroise Pitre/Elisabeth Dugas); all known surname descendants:

         5          Jean Marie Pitre  b: 14 April 1784  Chantenay, Bretagne, France; d: 30 August 1842  Houma, Terrebonne, LA

                          +Rose Adelaide Lirette  b: Abt. 1783  Chantenay, Bretagne, France; m: 14 October 1805  Plattenville, Assumption, LA [Jean Pierre/Marie Madeleine Durambourg]; d: 10 September 1858  Houma, Terrebonne, LA         

            6          Paul Ambroise Pitre  b: 17 October 1806  Donaldsonville, Ascension, LA; d: 6 December 1875  Montegut, Terrebonne, LA

                               +Rosalie Naquin  b: 30 August 1806  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; m: 17 October 1824  St. Joseph, Thibodaux, Lafourche, LA [Jean/Marie Madeleine Leboeuf]; d: Aft. 1860

            6          Simon Pitre  b: 2 May 1808  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: 19 September 1810  Plattenville, Assumption, LA

            6          Angele Pitre  b: Abt. 1810  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: 6 April 1810  Plattenville, Assumption, LA

            6          Joseph Pitre  b: 1 June 1811  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: 7 January 1822  Plattenville, Assumption, LA

            6          Celia Elmira 'Azelie' Pitre  b: 27 May 1813  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: 7 January 1902  Terrebonne, LA

                               +Mathurin Fortune Dupre  b: 30 June 1806  Terrebonne, LA; m: 7 May 1827  St. Joseph, Thibodaux, Lafourche, LA [Jean/Eve Olive Naquin]; d: 27 September 1884  Montegut, Terrebonne, LA

            6          Evariste Jean Pitre  b: 10 December 1815  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: 22 May 1817  Plattenville, Assumption, LA

            6          Lucien Simeon Pitre  b: 5 January 1818  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: Aft. 1880

                               +Marie Josephine Helene Babin  b: 22 August 1815  St. Gabriel, Iberville, LA; m: 9 May 1836  St. Joseph, Thibodaux, Lafourche, LA [Francois/Marie Marcelite Clouatre]; d: Aft. 1880

            6          Marie Angeline Pitre  b: 4 March 1820  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: Aft. 1910  Terrebonne, LA

                               +Pierre Achille Babin  b: 17 March 1813  St. Gabriel, Iberville, LA; m: 9 May 1836  St. Joseph, Thibodaux, Lafourche, LA [Francois/Marie Marcelite Clouatre]; d: Aft. 1860

6          Marie Josephine Pitre  b: 13 June 1823  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: Aft. 1880

                               +Jean Baptiste Bergeron  b: 30 March 1819  Plattenville, Assumption, LA; m: 30 December 1838  Terrebonne, LA [Jean Baptiste/Anne Rosalie Lanson]; d: Aft. 1880

 

 

Notes for Jean Marie Pitre:

Census

- 1810 Assumption, Lafourche, Louisiana:  Jno. M. Campo 26, wife Rose Adelaide Lirette 26, Paul 4, Azelie 1; mother Elisabeth Dugas 57, half-brothers Joseph Campo 21 & Augustin Campo 19.

 

- 1820 Assumption, LA:  Jn. Marie Pitre 36, wife Rose 37, Paul 13, Azelie 11, Joseph 9, Celia 7, Lucien 2, Angeline 4 months.

- 1830 Assumption, LA: Jean M. Pitre 46, wife Rose 46, Lucien 12, Angeline 10, Josephine 7.

- 1840 Terrebonne, LA:  J. Mann Pete 56, wife Rose 57.

 

- 1850

- Houma Ct. Hse.: Succ. #91:  Jean Marie Pitre also known as Campo m. Rose Adelaide Lirette; Heirs listed: Azelie Edmire Pitre, d. 30 Aug. 1842, m. Mathurin Fortune Dupre; Marie Engelina Pitre m. Pierre Achil Babin; Marie Josephine Pitre m. Jean Baptiste Bergeron, Jr.; Inventory: 29 Sept. 1842.

Conveyancing records: Terrebonne Genealogy Society
- 11 October 1823:   Marie Rose Menould sold land to Jean Marie Pitre, to wit; Land recorded in No. 140, 18 arpen front, part of the Certificate of Confirmation, of the register of land offfce No. 419.  These 16 arpen front for 320 acres of land superficial measure, No. 616, sold to Jean Marie Pitre 5 arpens front, for $400.00, to depth, bound above by land of Marie Rose Menould and below by 2 arpens remaining to her, and numbered # 7, on the plot filed at family meeting.  Witnessed by Ambroise Dugas and Henry S. Thibodaux.
- 11 October 1823:  Jean Marie Pitre alias Campo sold land to Henry S. Thibodaux to wit a certain tract of land adjoining the land of Thomas Fitch on Bayou Terrebonne and below Bayou Cannes, by reference to the office of the land claims # 259.  Witnessed by Ambroise Dugas and Bernard E. Hains.
- 14 Januray 1824:  Marie Rose, widow Pierre Menould exchanged land with Jean Marie Pitre to wit; 1 Arpent fronting both sides of Bayou Terrebonne ajoining the upper boundery of said Jean Marie Pitre, said Arpent bounded above by land of Verdon, exchanged for 1 Arpen of the land Jean Marie Pitre purchased of her, by deed dated October 11, 1823 # 152, fronting on both sides of Bayou Terrebonne, to depth certificate of confirmation calls for.  Witnessed by John Mc Henry and Ambroise Dugas.
- 28 November 1827:  Widow Pierre Menou released Jean Marie Pitre for sale dated October 11, 1823 No. 152. Witnessed by L. B. Thibodaux and Jh. Delaporte.  Signed by Marie Rose Lejeune, widow Pierre Menou and Judge Leufroy Barras.
- 21 April 1835:  Jean Marie Pitre declared he sold, ceded, abandoned, conveyed and delivered to Henri Hoffman a certain piece of land, for $160.00, paid cash in hand, land situated about sixteen miles from Thibodauxville, containing one arpent front on right bank of Bayou Terrebonne, with a depth of four arpents, bounded above by land of the vendor and below by the public road, which leads to Bayou Grand Caillou, being portion of a larger quantity bought from widow Pierre Menou, who acquired land in division of the estate of Pierre Menou, her husband.  Witnessed by William Shaffer and Alexander Sargent.
- 27 April 1837:  Appeared Jean Marie Pitre, who declared that he sold, ceded, abandoned and delivered to Pierre Achille Babin, a certain piece of land situated a short distance from the public bridge, containing one and one-half arpent front on right bank of Bayou Terrebonne, with depth of four arpents, bounded above by land of the vendor and below by land of Pierre Gautier, for $125.00, with $20.00 paid in cash, and the remainder paid at the rate of $35.00 per year.  Witnessed by Hypolite Pitre and Thomas May.
- 27 April 1837:  Appeared Jean Marie Pitre who declared that he sold, ceded, abandoned and delivered to Lucien Pitre, a certain piece of land, situated a short distance from the public bridge, containing one and one-half arpent front, on left bank of Bayou Terrebonne, with depth of four arpents, bounded above by land of the vendor and below by land of Jacques Laby, for $125.00, with $20.00 cash, and remainder paid at $35.00 per year.  Witnessed by Hypolite Pitre and Thomas May.

 

 

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Items in RED verified from transcriptions in the following:

- Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records

- South Louisiana Records: Church and Civil Records of Lafourche-Terrebonne Parishes  (Rev. Hebert)

 

Last updated:  19 January 2017.