Iberia Parish, LA  -  1900 Census

Pitre Extractions

 

 

Below are all the Pitre occurrences within the 1900 Iberia Parish census.   Iberia Parish was formed on 30 October 1868 from north St. Mary and south St. Martin parishes.  Omissions are either the enumerator’s fault or mine.  Any errors in transcription are mine.  Some entries were easy to read, some were barely distinguishable scribbles.  All entries are from June/earlyJjuly. 

 

I have attempted to copy the entry as written.  The ‘probably’ column is my judgment as to the identity of the family.  More detailed information on the family is found within the Pitre Descendant Tree itself.

 

 

District 28, ward 1 – Patoutville

District 29, ward 2 – Isle Piquante

District 30, ward 3 – Belle Place      

 

District 31, ward 4 – Fausse Pointe

Transcription:

Probably

Adam Peet 34 (Dec 1865) farm laborer, wife Louise 30 (Nov 1870) [mar. 14 yrs.; 7 children/7 still living], Valerie 12 (Aug 1888), Ernest 10 (May 1890), Adlarde 9 (Feb 1891), Oscar 7 (Mar 1893), Zephirin 5 (Apr 1895), Eliee 3 (Aug 1897), Elize 1 (May 1899)  [p. 25B]

Frank Adam Pitre (22 Aug 1861), wife Marie Louise Darce

 

District 32, ward 5 – Coteau  - None -

District 33, ward 6          

 

District 34 – New Iberia             

Transcription:

Probably

Constance Petre 11 (Sep 1888) boarder, living w/Marie Dionne 27  (all B)  [p. 12A]

 

 

District 35 – New Iberia  - None -      

District 36, ward 7 – Petite Anse

District 37, ward 8           

District 38 – Jeanerette  -  None -

 

 

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