Stanislaus Pitre

1878 Bloomfield, PEI 1948 St. Paul, Alberta



Continuation of tree (4th child of Fabien Pitre/Priscille Pineau); all known surname descendants:

                 9       Stanislaus Pitre  b: 29 July 1878  St. Anthony, Bloomfield, PEI; d: 17 December 1948  St. Paul, Alberta

                                  +Ursule Martin  b: 6 April 1879  Immaculate Conception, Palmer Road, PEI; m: Abt. 1905  Bloomfield, PEI [Hypolite Paul/Marguerite Pineau]; d: 1951  Alberta

                            10       Wilfrid Theodore Pitre  b: 26 September 1906  Winnipeg, Manitoba; d: 1997

                                         +Dora Mary Huard  b: 16 September 1914  Wetaskiwin, Alberta; m: 5 November 1935  St. Paul, Alberta [Louis Jules/Ethel Blakely]; d: February 2006  Richmond, B.C.

                            10       Emmanuel Fabien Pitre  b: 3 June 1908  McCreary, Dauphin, Manitoba; d: 6 April 1999  Mission, B.C.

                                         +Mary Plachner  b: 21 October 1912  Opal, Alberta; m: Abt. 1939 [Marion/Anna Burzmynski]; d: 20 February 2011  Mission, B.C.

                            10       Marguerite Rose Pitre  b: 30 January 1910  Ochre River, Dauphin, Manitoba; d: July 2004  Edmonton, Alberta

                                         +Albert St. Pierre    m: 1940  St. Paul, Alberta; d: Bef. July 2004

                            10       Marie Fidelis 'Phyllis' Pitre  b: 18 January 1912  Makinak, Manitoba; d: 11 September 1996  Paradise, Butte, CA

                                         +Walter Joseph Lambert  b: 22 June 1908  Big Falls, Koochiching, MN; m: 7 September 1936  St. Paul, MN; d: 16 June 1998  Santa Rosa, CA

                            10       Marie Stella Eugenie Pitre  b: 15 April 1914  McCreary, Dauphin, Manitoba; d: 13 December 2004  St. Paul, Alberta

                                          +Albert J. Tremblay    m: 1938  St. Paul, Alberta

                                         *2nd Husband of Marie Stella Eugenie Pitre:

                                          +Georges Cyr  b: Abt. 1913; m: Aft. 1973; d: 17 February 1983  St. Paul, Alberta

                            10       Marie Emma Olive Pitre  b: 18 June 1916  McCreary, Manitoba; d: 8 May 1995  Edmonton, Alberta

                                          +Carl Bauder  b: 18 May 1909  Owatana, MN; m: unknown; d: 4 May 1990  Leduc, Alberta

                            10       Adrien Joseph Pitre  b: 24 August 1918  Manitoba; d: 21 November 2010  Comox, Vancouver Island, BC

                            10       Florence Valerie Pitre  b: 9 November 1920  Laurier, Manitoba; d: 24 April 2014  St. Albert, Alberta

                                          +Rolland Lefevre  b: 1920; m: 1941  St. Paul, Alberta; d: 1982

                            10       Lucille Ellen Marie Pitre  b: 4 October 1923  St. Boniface, Manitoba; d: 25 January 2018  Edmonton, Alberta

                                          +Walter Fagnan  b: 1921; m: 17 November 1946  St. Paul, Alberta; d: 1 December 1983  St. Paul, Alberta

                            10       Therese Pitre  b: Abt. 1926  Manitoba; d: Aft. January 2018

                                          +Lucien Gamache    m: 17 November 1946  St. Paul, Alberta                                         



Notes for Stanislaus Pitre:


- 1911 Dauphin, Manitoba:  Stanislaus Pitre 32 (farmer), wife Ursule 32, Wilfrid 4, Emmanuel 3, Rose 1; Albert Arsenault 18 (domestic).


- 1916 Neepawa, Manitoba:  Stanislas Pitre 38 (school teacher), wife Ursule 37, Wilfrid 9, Emanuel 8, Rose 5, Fidelice 4, Stella 2; brother Paul V. 25.


- 1921 Neepawa, Manitabo:  Stanislas Pitre 43 teacher/public school, wife Ursula 42, Wilfrid 14, Emmanuel 13, Rose 11, Fidelice 9, Stella 7, Mary Olive 4, Adrien 2, Florence 6 months, brother Andrew 23.


- 1931 Athabaska, Alberta:  Stanislas Pitre 52 school teacher/public school, Mrs. Stanislas Pitre 51, Wilfred 25, Emanuel 23, Adrien 12, Rose 21, Florence 10, Lucille 7, Therese 4 (Arthabaska, unimproved district).

- 1931 Athabaska, Alberta:  G. E. La Pointe 48 parish priest, domestic Phleomine Limoges 41, lodgers Stanislas Pitre 52 school teacher/public school, Stella 17 homemaker for Father.


Misc.:  Saskatoon Daily Star (SASK), Monday, 7 May 1928:  Tourist camp is praised in city Stanley Pitre, Winnipeg, motoring to Alberta, enjoys his stay here High praise for the tourist camp system, and in particular the local camp which is provided by the Saskatoon Motor Club, was voiced by Stanley Pitre, of Winnipeg, who is motoring through the prairies to St. Paul de Metis, Alberta.  Mr. Pitre, who has just recently resigned his position as principal in one of the Winnipeg collegiates, stated that he intended taking up a homestead in Alberta.  He is accompanied by his family of nine.  (More about the tourist camp.)


Accident report:  Winnipeg Free Press, Monday, 20 December 1948:  Edmonton, Dec. 20 - R.C.M.P. in Edmonton Saturday reported two traffic accidents which killed one man and injured three others.  Magistrate Stanley Pitre, 69, of St. Paul, Alta, was killed on a St. Paul street when hit by an automobile.  St. Paul is about 100 miles northeast of Edmonton. 


Obituary:  Winnipeg Free Press, 28 December 1948 - Requiem mass for Stanislas Pitre, 70, former police magistrate and judge of juvenile court in St. Paul, Alta., was sung by Father Guy Michaud in St. Paul cathedral Dec. 21.  An R.C.M.P. detachment in full dress served as guard of honor.  Burial took place in the St. Paul Roman Catholic cemetery.  Mr. Pitre, who died as a result of a car accident Dec. 17, was born at Bloomfield, P.E.I. in 1878.  Moving to Winnipeg in 1905, he served as principal of Glenwood school and Windsor school in St. Vital between 1921 and 1928.  In 1928, Mr. Pitre went to Alberta and was a resident of St. Paul until the time of his death.  Surviving are his widow Ursula; three sons Wilfred of Vancouver, B.C., Emmanuel and Adrian of St. Paul; seven daughters Mrs. Rose St. Pierre of Edmonton, Alta., Mrs. Fidelis Lambert, Mrs. Stella Tremblay, Mrs. Marie Bouder, Mrs. Florence Lefevre, Mrs. Lucille Fagnau, and Mrs. Therese Gacamache all of St. Paul; four brothers Joseph of Lac du Bonnet, Man., Ben of Winnipeg, Harvey of Little Rock, Ark., Paul in California, and 25 grandchildren.  Mr. Pitre was a member of the Knights of Columbus council No. 2715, St. Paul.  Pallbearers were six sons-in-law, Albert St. Pierre, Roland Lefevre, Albert Tremblay, Walter Lambert, Lucien Gacamache, and Carl Bouder.


Tombstone Inscription:  St. Paul Cemetery, St. Paul, Cold Lake, Alberta:  PITRE / Stanislas / 1879 - 1949 / Ursule / 1880 - 1951


Obituaries for the children:

Wilfrid Theodore Pitre: Tombstone Inscription:  PITRE / Wilfrid T. / 1906 - 1997 / Dora M. / 1914 - 2006 / those who / believe in Him / may not perish / but may have life / everlasting. John 3:15


Emmanuel Fabien Pitre:  Edmonton Journal (Alberta): Emmanuel F. Pitre passed away peacefully with his wife at his side on Wednesday, April 6, 1999 at the wonderful age of 91 years, at Mission Memorial Hospital, Mission, B.C.  Manny is survived by his loving wife of nearly 60 years, Mary; one daughter, Germaine St. Paul of Edmonton; four grandchildren, Matteo Caratozzolo of Burnaby, B.C., Antonino Caratozzolo of Los Angeles, California, Marco Caratozzolo of Vancouver, B.C. and Christina Caratozzolo of Edmonton, Alberta; one great-grandchild, Cesare Neill-St. Clair of Parksville, B.C.; one brother, Adrien Pitre and five sisters, Rose St. Pierre, Stella Cyr, Lucille Fagnan, Florence Lefebvre and Therese Gamache.  Predeceased by sisters, Phyllis Lambert and Marie Bauder, and brother, Wilfred Pitre.  Manny is also survived by many friends, nieces and nephews.  He will forever be loved and fondly remembered for his hosting abilities and storytelling.  The Funeral will be held on Monday, April 12th at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Mission, B.C.

Tombstone Inscription, Hatzic Cemetery, Hatzic, Fraser Valley, BC:  PITRE / Mary / 1912 - 2011 / Manny / 1908 - 1999 / At rest with God


Marguerite Rose Pitre:  St. Pierre, Rose Margaret.  Our dearest mother has finally gone Home in her 95th year..  She was our finest Rose and loved by everyone she touched.  She will truly be remembered for her fine arts, painting, piano and voice and her zest for life.  She leaves behind her children: Louise (Bill) Murphy, George St. Pierre, Michel St. Pierre, Madeleine Anderson and Jeannette (Jan) Croome, 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, sisters: Stella, Lucille, Florence and Therese and brother Adrian.  She was predeceased by her husband Albert, brothers Wilfred and Manny and sisters Phyllis and Marie.  Rose was from Acadian descent, and was well known in the French community.  Many thanks to all the staff at the Edmonton General - Unit 7AB - her nurses were her angels.  Prayers will be held on Sunday, July 25, 2004 at Serenity Funeral Service at 7:00 p.m..  The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, July 26th, 2004 at St. Joachim Catholic Church.


Marie Stella Eugenie Pitre:  Tombstone Inscription:  St. Paul, Alberta:  In memory of / Stella (Cyr) Tremblay / 1914 - 2004


Marie Emma Olive Pitre:  Edmonton Journal, May 1995:  Bauder, Marie - On May 8, 1995, Mrs. Marie Bauder of Edmonton passed away at the age of 78 years.  She is survived by her children, Jeannine Pomerleau-Kieth, Paul Bauder, Leonard Bauder, Adele St. Gelais, Lorraine Thibault; three brothers and six sisters; 11 grandchildren; also numerous nieces and nephews.  She was predeceased by her husband, Carl in 1989.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta.  Prayers will be held on Thursday, May 11 at 7:00 p.m., at St. Andrews Catholic Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, May 12 at 10:00 a.m. with Reverend Karl Zynel the celebrant.  Interment to follow in Holy Cross Cemetery.


Adrien Joseph Pitre:  Comox Valley Record (Courtenay, BC), Sunday, 21 November 2010:  PITRE - Adrien Joseph of Comox, passed away suddenly on Thursday, November 21st, 2010, at St. Joseph's Hospital aged 93.  He is survived and will be lovingly missed by his 3 sisters, Florence, Lucille and Therese and by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, great great nieces and nephews and great, great, great nephew, as well as his wonderful friends, who will remember the many great stories he shared.  Prayers will be offered on Friday, November 26th at 7pm from Comox Valley Funeral Home, Cremation and Reception Centre, 1101 Ryan Road, followed by Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, November 27th at 11:00 am at Christ the King Roman Catholic Church.  Adrien was a 4th Degree Knight, having served for over 50 years with the Knights of Columbus, who will provide a ceremonial honour guard as his service.

Tombstone Inscription:  Courtenay Civic Cemetery, Comox, BC:  Adrien J. Pitre / F/O / RCAF / 1918 - 2010 / lest we forget


Florence Pitre:  Edmonton, Alberta (photo) Lefebvre, Florence Valerie - November 9, 1920 - April 24, 2014:  The family of Florence Lefebvre is saddened to announce her passing on April 24, 2014 at the age of 93.  Florence will be lovingly remembered by her daughter, Therese (Ron) Gatien; her son, Laurent (Suzanne); her son, Martin; and her son, Leon (Nathalie); her grandchildren, Angele, Tim, Michelle, Dennis, Lindsay, Joy, Andrew and Nicholas; great-grandchildren, Karli, Sarah, Lee, Steven, Eric, Lucca and Alora; her sisters, Lucille and Therese; and numerous friends and relatives.  She was predeceased by her loving husband of 41 years, Rolland; her parents, Ursula and Stanislaus; and her brothers and sisters.  Florence was born in Laurier, Manitoba and lived in St. Paul, Edmonton, and St. Albert, Alberta.  Throughout her life, she gave her time generously, working to improve the community she called home.  For her service, Florence received many recognitions from the community both provincially and locally.  A Prayer Service for Florence will be held at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at Connelly, McKinley St. Albert Funeral Home, 9 Muir Drive, St. Albert.  A Funeral Mass will be held at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at Connelly-McKinley St. Albert Funeral Home.  The family would like to humbly thank the staff at the Youville Home for making Florence's last years comfortable.  In lieu of flowers, Memorial Donations may be made to the Youville Home or the Musee Heritage Museum in honor of recognizing the two organizations that Florence passionately worked with.


Lucille Ellen Marie Pitre:  Fagnan, Lucille Ellen Marie 1923-2018: After 94 years lived as the embodiment of love and devotion to her faith, her family and her friends, Lucille Ellen Marie Fagnan (nee Pitre, St. Boniface, MB, October 4, 1923) left this world for eternal glory on January 25, 2018.  She was predeceased by her husband Walter, her two eldest children Annette (Jim) and Guy (Yvonne), two infant children, Jocelyne and Andre-Michel, as well as eight siblings.  She will be forever remembered by her sister Therese, her five sons and their wives/partners Remi (Wendy), Pierre (Marica), Real (Shila), Richard (Cheryl) and Laurier (Jane), 22 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren as well as a large extended family.  They will miss her every day as they seek to carry on her loving example.  May the Lord bless her and keep her, may He make His face to shine upon her and give her His eternal peace.  A bilingual Funeral Mass in celebration of Lucille's life will take place at St. thomas d'Aquin Catholic Church on Monday, February 5 at 7:00 p.m.

Tombstone Inscription:  St. Paul, Cold Lake, Alberta:  Dad / Walter A. / Fagnan / 1921 - 1983 / rest in God's love



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