Louis Archille Pitre

1801 Assumption, LA 1854 Houma, LA

 

 

 

Continuation of tree (6th child of Martin Benoni Pitre/Jeanne Dantin); all known surname descendants:

6 Louis Achille Pitre b: 8 May 1801 Plattenville, Assumption, LA; d: 30 September 1854 Houma, Terrebonne, LA

                +Marie Clotilde Clouatre b: 21 January 1792 St. Gabriel, Iberville, LA; m: 8 September 1828 St. Joseph, Thibodaux, Lafourche, LA [Joseph/Marie Elisabeth Thibodeau]; d: Aft. 1850

7 Marie Jeanne Elmire Pitre b: 31 May 1830 Thibodaux, Lafourche, LA; d: Aft. 1860

    +Eugene Lapelle dit Buron b: Abt. 1827 Pan, Basses Pyrenees, France; m: 7 May 1849  Houma, Terrebonne, LA; d: 26 June 1856 

  *2nd Husband of Marie Jeanne Elmire Pitre:

    +Victor Buron b: Abt. 1830 France; m: 31 May 1858 St. Francis de Sales, Houma, Terrebonne, LA [Jacques/Anne Lapelle]; d: Aft. 1860

 

 

Notes for Louis Archille Pitre:

Census

-1830

- 1840 Terrebonne, Louisiana:  Louis Peter 39, wife Clotilde 47, Jeanne 10; 1 unknown male 20-30, 1 unknown female 30-40.

- 1850 Terrebonne, LA:  Louis Pitre 50 (farmer), Clotilde 55.

Conveyancing records (Terrebonne Genealogy Society - online):
- No.1120 Pgs. 236, 237 4/730:  On October 18, 1831 Mrs. Brigite Belanger, widow Henry S. Thibodaux, declared that she sold, ceded, abandoned and delivered to Louis Pitre, of Lafourche Interior, a certain piece of land situated on right bank of Bayou Terrebonne, about seven and one-half miles from Bayou Lafourche, containing two and one-half arpents front, more or less, from boundary to boundary, as it is, with depth that certificate of confirmation of the official report, of the survey calls for, bounded above by land of Holden Wright and below by land of Jean Baptiste Richard, in consideration of the sum of $490.00, payable over time. Witnessed by Joseph Delaporte and Huberville Arsenaux.
- No. 2151 pg. 435,436M. 2/391/:  On May 10, 1837 appeared Louis Pitre, who declared that he was justly indebted to Francois Bergeron for a $100.00 loan, and in order to secure loan, he mortgaged a certain piece of land situated about two leagues from Thibodauxville, containing two and two-thirds arpents front on right side of Bayou Terrebonne, bounded above by land of late P. M. Sargent and below by land of Jean Baptiste Richard.  Witnessed by Adolphe Verret and Henry C. Thibodaux.

 

 

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Items in RED verified from transcriptions in the following:

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

- Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records

 

Last updated:  19 November 2010.