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Francoise Pitre (1791 - 1836)

Francoise Pitre
Born in Cap-Santé, Bas-Canadamap
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Wife of — married 24 Nov 1829 in Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec, Bas-Canadamap
[children unknown]
Died at age 44 in Deschambault, Bas-Canadamap
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Françoise was born in 1791. [1] She was the daughter of Joseph Pitre and Marie-Françoise Langlois.

She married Thomas Sinnot/Joannet in 1829. [2]

She passed away in 1836. [3]


  1. IGD: Lafrance Baptism
  2. IGD: Lafrance Marriage
  3. IGD: Lafrance Burial

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