Continuation of tree (10th child of Lazare Pitre/Marguerite Melanson); all known surname descendants:
7 Peter L. Pitre b: 27 June 1852 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 24 September 1925 West Bathurst, Gloucester, NB
+Lucille Vienneau b: 14 February 1853 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; m: Abt. 1872 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: Bef. 1880
8 Pierre Pitre b: 24 July 1873 St. Polycarpe, Petit Rocher, Gloucester, NB; d: Bef. 1881
*2nd Wife of Peter L. Pitre:
+Marguerite Doucet b: 7 May 1861 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; m: 27 January 1880 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB [George X./Rose Ann Burke (McPherson)]; d: 7 November 1949 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB
8 Mary Brigid Pitre b: 11 November 1880 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 7 August 1940 Bangor, Penobscot, ME
+James F. Sullivan b: 20 February 1867 Bangor, Penobscot, ME; m: 3 June 1918 St. Mary's, Bangor, Penobscot, ME [Jeremiah/Sarah O'Keefe]; d: 20 June 1946 Bangor, Penobscot, ME
8 Helen Jane Pitre b: 4 October 1882 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: Bef. 1891
8 Catherine Pitre b: 27 October 1883 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 11 August 1965 Bangor, Penobscot, ME
+David Hache(y) b: 10 November 1882 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; m: 6 November 1906 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB [Jean Sylvain/Mary Ramsay]; d: 24 May 1961 Brewer, Penobscot, ME
8 Joseph George Pitre b: 3 June 1886 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 18 April 1907 Bangor, Penobscot, ME (killed in Maine Central RR yard)
8 Mary Iselda Pitre b: 25 May 1888 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 4 April 1957 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB
+Charles Doucet b: 16 November 1881 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; m: 3 July 1911 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB [Henry H./Rose Ann Hache]; d: 29 September 1965 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB
8 Mary Adele Gertrude Pitre b: 24 November 1890 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 23 November 1918 West Bathurst, Gloucester, NB
+Joseph John William Doucet b: 15 December 1886 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; m: 26 January 1914 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB [John D./Agnes Hache]; d: Aft. January 1968 Temiskaming, ONT
8 Mary Florida Pitre (aka Sister Margaret D'Antioch) b: 15 March 1893 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 20 October 1949 Montreal, Quebec
8 Joseph Rodolphus 'Randolph' Pitre b: 16 January 1896 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 7 December 1978 Tecumseh, Sandwich, Essex, ONT
8 John Telesphorus Pitre b: 2 December 1897 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: 29 June 1916 Belgium (WWI)
8 Joseph Samuel Pitre b: 20 March 1900 Ste. Famille, Bathurst, Gloucester, NB; d: Aft. 1911
Notes for Peter L. Pitre:
- 1881 Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick: Peter Pete 29 (farmer), 2nd wife Margaret 20, Mary B. 3 months; living with his parents.
- 1891 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB: Peter Pitre 36
(farmer/laborer), wife Maggie 26, Bridget 10, Catherine 7, George 5, Esselda 3,
Mary 4 months.
- 1901 Bathurst, Gloucester, NB: Peter L. Pitre 48, wife Margaret 40, Mary Bridget 20, Catherine 16, George 14, Eucelda 12, Mary Ellen 10, Florida 8, Joseph R. 5, John T. 3, Samuel 1.
- 1911 S. Tetagouche, Gloucester, NB: Peter Pitre 56 (farmer), wife Margrit 50, Adele 20, Floredie 18, Rudolph 15, Telesphore 13, Samuel 11; boarder Aseh Petresant 33 (cheese maker). [Bridgid 30 - ?]
- 1921 West Bathurst, Gloucester, NB: Peter P. Pitre 69 farmer, wife Margarette 60.
Notes for Marguerite Doucet:
Obituary: The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Tuesday, 15 November 1949: Mrs. Margaret Petrie - West Bathurst, N.B., Nov. 14 - Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Petrie, 88, widow of Peter L. Petrie, were conducted recently from the Holy Name church. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. John Doucet was celebrant of the High Mass of Requiem, assisted by Rev. Father Paquet, superior of the University of the Sacred Heart, and the Rev. Eustace Le Gresly. Mrs. Petrie lived several years in Bangor with a daughter, the late Mrs. James Sullivan, and is survived by another daughter, Mrs. David Hachey, of Bangor; a third daughter, Mrs. Charles Doucet, West Bathurst; and a son, Randolph, of Tecumseh, Ont.
WWI records (sons):
Joseph Rodolphus Pitre: Joseph Rudolph Petrie; 16 Jan 1896, W. Bathurst, NB; telegraph operator (single); Mrs. Peter L. Petrie, mother, W. Bathurst; 15 Aug 1919; 5'9"; fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair
John Telesphorus Pitre: Telesphore Petrie; 2 Dec 1894, Bathurst, NB; farmer; Peter Petrie, Bathurst; 20 Apr 1915 (signed as Pitre). Private Telesphore Petrie, 26th Battalion, died 29 Jun 1916, died of wounds (shrapnel wounds, head), at #10 Casualty Clearing Station, cemetery Li jasenthoek Military Cemetery, 1 3/4 miles sw of Poperinghe, Belgium, Plot 8, row B, grave 30
Obituaries for the children:
Mary Brigid Pitre: The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Thursday, 8 August 1940: Mrs. James P. Sullivan. Mrs. Mary Bridget Sullivan, 59, wife of James F. Sullivan, of 36 Larkin street, died Wednesday morning after a long illness. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church. Surviving are her husband, James F. Sullivan; three daughters, Sister Mary Casimar of Portland, Antoinette Sullivan and Margaret Sullivan, both of Bangor; her mother, Mrs. Margaret Petrie of Bathurst, N. B.; three sisters, Sister Margaret D'Antioch of Montreal, Mrs. David Hachey and Mrs. Zilda Doucette, both of Bathurst, N. B.; and a brother, Rudolph Petrie of Winsor, Ont. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic church.
Tombstone Inscription, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Bangor: SULLIVAN // Mary B. / 1881 - 1940 // James F. / 1867 - 1946
Catherine Pitre: The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Thursday, 12 August 1965: Mrs. David S. Hachey. Mrs. Catherine Hachey, 81, died Wednesday at a local hospital after a long illness. A resident of 18 North High Street, she was born in West Bathurst, N.B., October 5, 1883, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Petrie. The widow of David S. Hachey, she lived in Bangor for 60 years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Irene Finnemore, Bangor; on e son, Herbert J. Hachey, Bangor; one brother, Rudolph Petrie, Tecumseh, Ontario; three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Kelleher Funeral Home, Bangor. Funeral services will be announced.
Joseph George Pitre: Death: The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Friday, 19 April 1907: Killed While Coupling Cars. Another Life Lost, in Maine Central Yard -- George Petrie, the Victim. Crushed between a yard engine and a baggage-car, by what appears to be a blunder by someone, George Petrie lost his life at about 7.15 last night, in the western Maine Central yard. Petrie was a lusty young fellow, 25 years old, and came from Bathurst, N.B. He had been in the Maine Central employ for about six months and at the time of his death was working on the yard engine in charge of Yard Conductor Charles M. Oakes and Engineer Peterson. The crew was making up train No. 2, the west-bound passenger, due to leave at 8.35, and the engine had backed up to pull out a baggage car. The couplings failed to work on the first attempt and the engine was started ahead. Petrie was adjusting the couplings on the car when the engine came back suddenly, and Petrie was caught and badly crushed, his spine and ribs being broken in numerous places. Dr. McCann was called but the man was beyond all relief long before the physician arrived. Just how the accident happened appears to be a matter to be cleared up by further investigation. Inquiry made last night by Coroner T. J. Finnigan and County Attorney Patten seemed to lead to a confusion between Conductor Oakes and Engineer Peterson as to whether there was an order to 'go ahead,' while Petrie was on the track. As Friday is a holiday, the inquest will be held on Saturday. Petrie has a sister in Bangor, Mrs. Daniel Hastings of 18 Walter street. The remains will be taken to Bathurst for interment, after the inquest.
Mary Florida Pitre (aka Sister Margaret D'Antioch): The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Saturday, 22 October 1949: Sister Margaret D'Antioch. The death of Sister Margaret D'Antioch, 55, of the Congregation of Notre Dame, occurred Thursday in Montreal following a long illness. Born in Bathurst, N.B., she taught for many years in various towns in Canada and for various years in Chicago, Ill., and Providence, R.I. Surviving are: her mother, Mrs. Peter Petrie of Bathurst, N.B.; two sisters, Mrs. David Hachey of North High street, Bangor, and Mrs. Charles Doucet of Bathurst, N.B.; one brother, Rodolph Petrie of Tecumseh, Ont.; four nieces, Antoinette and Margaret Sullivan of Clinton, Sister Casimir of Our Lady of the Rosary Convent in Brownville Junction; and Eileen Finnemore of Alexandria, Va.; and a nephew, Herbert Hachey of Kittery. Funeral services will be held in Montreal this morning.
Joseph Rodolphus 'Randolph' Pitre: The Windsor Star (Windsor, ON), Friday, 8 December 1978: Petrie - Joseph R., 82 years, Dec. 7, 1978, late of 12th Concession Sandwich South Twsp. Dear cousin of Mr. John A. Hachey, Montreal. Dear friend of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Baril and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bacon families. Mr. Petrie was a Ford Motor Co. retiree. Resting at the Marcotte Funeral Home, Tec. Funeral Sat. 9:45 a.m. to St. Anne Church, at 10 a.m. Interment St. Anne Cemetery. Prayers Fri. 8 p.m.
Tombstone Inscription, Sainte Anne Cemetery, Tecumseh, ONT: Joseph Rudolph / Petrie / 1896 - 1978
Items in RED have been verified against parish register entries.
- Some deaths in RED from online death certificates (1920-1963), online death registrations (1888-1919).
- New Brunswick marriages in RED also from Vital Statistics Records (online)
Last updated: 6 April 2021.