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Fabien Pitre (1798 - 1799)

Fabien Pitre
Born in Detroit, Michigan, United Statesmap
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Died at age 1 in Detroit, Michigan, United Statesmap
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Fabien Pitre died young.

Fabien was born 13 August 1798 (baptism 14 Aug.) in Ste-Anne de Détroit, son of Joseph and Angélique Chauvin. His godparents were Joseph Pitre and Cécile Chauvin. [1]

He passed away 25 Nov 1799 at 15 months old. [2]


Fabien shares names with one older brother: Fabien Pitre (1806-1840)


  1. IGD: Registres du Fonds Drouin: Etats-Unis: Michigan: Détroit (Ste-Anne) 1780-1801 Baptism
  2. IGD: Registres du Fonds Drouin: Etats-Unis: Michigan: Detroit (Ste-Anne) 1780-1801) Burial

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