Clementine Pittman passed away on April 30, 1945, at her residence at 26 Duggan Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, where had lived for the past five years. She had suffered from heart disease, and according to her death record, died due to a "coronary occlusion" - simply put, a heart attack. Clementine was buried on May 2, 1945, next to her husband, the late Rev. Arthur Pittman, in Saint Johns Norway Cemetery, Toronto.
↑ "Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946," database and images, Ancestry, (www.ancestry.com: accessed 13 April 2018), Death of Clementine (Lethbridge) Pittman, 30 April 1945, Toronto, York, Ontario, "Registrations of Deaths, 1869-1938 (MS 935, reels 1-615), 1943-1945," Certificate Number: 029068; Reference Number: RG 80-08-0-2397; Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
↑ Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed 13 April 2018), Memorial page for Clementine Lethbridge Pittman (1866–1945), Find A Grave Memorial no. 155940402, citing Saint Johns Norway Cemetery and Crematorium, The Beaches, Toronto Municipality, Ontario, Canada; Maintained by Islington (contributor 47351667).
"Newfoundland, Canada, Census, 1921," database and images, Ancestry, (www.ancestry.com: accessed 13 April 2018), Clementine Pittman, Topsail, Harbour Main-Bell Island, Newfoundland, "Newfoundland, Canada, Census, 1921," Newfoundland, Department of Tourism, Culture, and Recreation; Newfoundland, Canada.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Clementine by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Clementine: