Louis Pitre

1835 Rustico, PEI 1907 Charlottetown, PEI

 

 

Continuation of tree (1st child of Thomas Pitre/Louise Blaquiere); all known surname descendants:

                   7     Louis Pitre  b: 7 October 1835  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI; d: 5 February 1907  Charlottetown, PEI

                             +Adele Pineau  b: 6 September 1840  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI; m: 13 November 1860  St. Augustine, Rustico, PEI [Fidele/Rose Blaquiere]; d: 19 April 1929  Charlottetown, PEI

                        8          Pacifique Pitre  b: Abt. 1861; d: Aft. 1891

                        8          Peter Benjamin Pitre  b: 7 July 1883  Charlottetown, PEI; d: Bet. September 1918-1930

                                       +Angelina Josephine Trainor  b: 20 October 1884  Nova Scotia; m: 18 February 1906  Boston, Suffolk, MA [John J./Bridget Mitchell]; d: 10 December 1964  Marshfield, Plymouth, MA

 

 

Notes for Louis Pitre:

Census

- 1881 PEI, Rustico, Lot 24:  Louis Pitre 45 (seaman), wife Adele 40, Pacifique Pitre 20 (seaman).

- 1891 PEI, Lot CTA5:  Louis Peters 54, wife Lydia 49.  At Lot 32J1, Pacifique Pitre 27.   [Benjamin 7 - ?]

- 1901 PEI, Lot CA12:  Louis Peters 67 (1833), wife Adele 61 (1839), Benjamin 17.

 

- 1911 PEI, Charlottetown:  Widow Edessis Arbel 57, widow Adell Peters 70.

 

- 1921 PEI, Charlottetown:  Leo Gauthier 58, wife Alice P. 58, 3 children; widowed sister-in-law Adele Peters 81.

 

Obituary:  The Charlottetown Guardian (PEI), Wednesday, 6 February 1907:  Regret is felt by a large circle of friends for the death of Louis Peters, a worthy citizen of Charlottetown, whose death occurred yesterday in the Charlottetown Hospital from blood poisoning.  He had latterly been employed as a watchman on the Hillsborough Bridge.  He is survived by a widow.


Notes for Adele Pineau:

Obituary:  The Charlottetown Guardian (PEI), Saturday, 20 April 1929:  Peters - Died in the city on April 19, 1929, Mrs. Adele Peters, aged 90 years.  The funeral will take place from M. Hennessey's parlors this morning at 8:45 to St. Dunstan's Cathedral thence to R. C. Cemetery.

 

WWI registration records (sons):

Peter Benjamin Pitre:  Peter Benjamin Peters; 10 Rutland, Boston; age 35; born 7 July 1883 Canada; salesman (periodical publication assn); wife Angelina J. Peters; tall height, medium build, dark brown eyes & black hair; 12 Sep 1918 Manchester, NH.

 

 

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Last updated:  13 July 2021.