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Agnes Pitre (abt. 1766 - 1834)

Agnes Pitre
Born about in Saint John Island, Colony of Nova Scotiamap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of and
Wife of — married about 1786 in Tracadie, Colony of Nova Scotiamap
[children unknown]
Died in Tracadie, Nova Scotiamap
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Agnès Pitre was born around 1766 on Saint John Island (present-day Prince Edward Island) which was then part of the Colony of Nova Scotia. She was the daughter of Joseph Pitre and Anne Bourg.

She married around 1786 , in Tracadie, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Alexis Jacquet dit Deslauriers.

She passed away on 23 June 1834 in Tracadie, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.


Birth, death: WorldConnect database - - Internet - Internet - Internet -
Spouse: E-mail - Internet - Internet - Internet - From Rick Devin (rick@rickdevinnet) in Mar 2019, as verified to him from Stephen A. White in Dec 2012. - Married around 1786.
  • Marcel Walter Landry Agnès Pitre at Généalogie des Landry à travers le monde, accessed October 2020

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