Continuation of tree (2nd child of Norbert Lepitre/Anny Melary Gosselin); all known surname descendants:
8 Norbert Eloy 'Albert' Lepitre b: 17 March 1870 St. Hippolyte, Wotton, Richmond, Quebec; d: 29 July 1915 Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal, Quebec
+Margaret Cecelia Furlong b: 27 January 1872 Quebec; m: 3 April 1894 Ste. Anne, Montreal, Quebec [Stephen/Margaret Lafortune]; d: 25 March 1961 Marieville, Rouville, Quebec
9 Lily Albina Lepitre b: 1 November 1895 Ste. Elisabeth du Portugal, Montreal, Quebec; d: 15 January 1966 Montreal, Quebec (froze to death)
9 Joseph Edouard Henri Albert Lepitre b: 27 January 1898 Ste. Elisabeth du Portugal, Montreal, Quebec; d: 19 March 1979 St. Jean, Richelieu, Rouville, Quebec
9 Theresa Lepitre b: 20 January 1900 St. Henri, Montreal, Quebec; d: 4 February 1981 Marieville, Quebec
+Albert Edward Walsh b: 7 February 1901 St. Edouard, Montreal, Quebec; m: 18 June 1938 St. Jacques le Mineur, Montreal, Quebec [William Thomas/Ellen Devine]; d: 17 December 1956 Marieville, Quebec (accidentally)
9 Marie Bertha Lepitre b: 12 April 1902 St. Henri, Montreal, Quebec
9 Stephan Lepitre b: 9 December 1904 St. Henri, Montreal, Quebec; d: 6 February 1976 Montreal, Quebec
9 Adelard Romeo Lepitre b: 14 May 1907 St. Henri, Montreal, Quebec; d: 30 November 1911 Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal, Quebec
9 Joseph Georges Florian Lepitre b: 22 May 1909 St. Henri, Montreal, Quebec; d: 18 January 1912 Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal, Quebec
9 Amanda Rita Lepitre b: 12 July 1911 St. Zotique, Montreal, Quebec; d: 6 January 1912 Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal, Quebec
Notes for Norbert Eloy Lepitre:
- 1901 St. Henri, Hochelaga, Quebec: Albert Lepitre 30 (electrician), wife Cicile 29, Lily Albine 5, Joseph 3, Theresa 1.
Obituaries for the children:
Lily Albina Lepitre: Death Notice: The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec), Monday, 17 January 1966: 2 Found Frozen to Death - Two people froze to death in Montreal over the weekend, police reported last night. The first body, that of a 60-year-old woman, was discovered at 10:30 p.m. Saturday night at the rear of 818 Atwater St. The police rushed the woman to the Montreal General Hospital where doctors could do nothing but pronounce her dead. Police said the body was completely frozen. The only identification paper found on the woman identified her as Albina Demers. There was no address listed, police said. The investigation is being handled by Sgt.-Dets. Auguste Longpre and Bill Brosseau of the Criminal Investigation Bureau. Police are awaiting the results of an autopsy, which is scheduled for later today, to determine the exact cause of death. (Details of 2nd body) Temperatures overnight Saturday were between five and 10 degrees below zero.
Items in RED have been verified against parish register entries.
Last updated: 20 October 2021.