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Jean Baptiste Pitre (abt. 1757 - 1758)

Jean Baptiste Pitre
Born about in Acadie, Nouvelle-Francemap
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Died at about age 1 in At sea during crossing to Francemap
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Jean-Baptiste Pitre, son of Jean-Baptiste Pitre and Felictie Daigre was born about 1757.

In 1758 Jean-Baptiste and his parents were deported to France aboard the Duke William. He died at sea during the crossing. [1]


  1. "Etat des gens de mer, habitans et autres qui ont débarqué à St Malo du paquebot Anglois le Duc Guillaume," Fonds de l'inscription maritime de Saint-Servan (France): C-4619, MG6 C2, Library and Archives Canada, Roll of the Duke William, disembarked at Saint-Malo on November 1, 1758 image 136, accessed 26 Dec 2023
    Family # 25
    PITRE Jean Baptiste, 26, from Acadie. Hospitalized from 4/11 to 4/12/1758
    DAIGUE Félicie (cousin of Grégoire), his wife, hospitalized from 4/11 to 4/12/1758
    PITRE Jean Baptiste, son, died at sea
    Discharged for Rochefort on 5 December 1758
  • BIRTH-DEATH: Albert J. Robichaux, THE ACADIAN EXILES IN ST. MALO; 1758-1785; pt 1, vol. II, Eunice, LA, Hebert Publications, 1981; p. 667, family #777; own copy.

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