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Marie Josephe Pitre (1755)

Marie Josephe Pitre
Born in Port Lajoie, Île Saint Jean, Acadie, Nouvelle-Francemap
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Biography

Marie Joseph Pitre was born in 1755 to Jean Baptiste Pitre and Elisabeth Robichaud. She was baptized November 4, 1755.

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