St. Charles Parish, LA – 1920 Census

Pitre Extractions


St. Charles Parish was formed in 1785.  Below are all the Pitre occurrences within the 1920 St. Charles Parish census.  I accessed this census through Usgenweb > Louisiana > St. Charles Parish, where a complete index and transcription has been put online by William Oullette.  Following Mr. Oullette’s index, I then viewed the actual pages.  The transcription and any errors are therefore mine.  The ‘probably’ column is my judgment as to the identity of the family. 



District 31, ward 1   - None –

District 32, ward 2 - includes St. Charles Parish Prison  - None -

District 33, ward 3  - None -


District 34, ward 4



Alonza M. Pitre 49 house carpenter, wife Josephine St. Amant 48, Eddie 15, Velma 2 11/12 grandchild  [p. 1B]


Alonza Pitre Jr. 24 house carpenter (widowed), Chas. Dewey 32 boarder, swamp laborer (divorced)  [p. 1B]


John Pitre 46 swamp wood dealer, boarder  [p. 1B]


Fred Pitre 38 postmaster (post office), wife Alice Langley 22  [p. 1B]



**  Alonza M. Pitre, John Pitre & Fred Pitre are most probably brothers as the census records their fathers as Spanish-born, and their mothers as German-born.  They are not Acadian Pitres.


District 35, ward 5  - None -



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