Jean Pitre is on the Wall of Names at the Acadian Memorial in St. Martinville, Louisiana, on Plaque 11 Right, La Ville D'Archangel arrivee le 3 Decembre 1785. Also on the plaque with him is Felicite Daigle, his wife, and six Pitre children: Charlotte Marie, Pierre, Jacques, Francoise, Felicite, and Marguerite. 
Jacques Francois Pitre, son of exiled Acadians Jean Baptiste Pitre and Felicite Daigre, was born November 3, 1767 at Mordreux, France, and baptized the same day (Pleudihen, C.-du-N.); sponsores: Jacques Blondeau, St. de la Lauray and Francoise-Jeanne Bouret, wife of Le Gentil. 
He immigrated with his parents and siblings on 3 December 1785 to Spanish Louisiana through the port of New Orleans.
↑Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records, 1770-1803, vol. 2 (Baton Rouge, LA: Diocese, 1980) pp. 593 & 687
Jacque PITRE, an Acadian, resident of Bayou des Ecors (parents not given), married on 26 Jan 1788 to Anne TERZIL [sic] (parents not given). Witnesses: Pierre TIBODEAU; Jacque Jean AUCOIN. Recorded at St. Francis Catholic Church, Pointe Coupee, LA (PCP-19, 15).
Thanks to Karen Theriot Reader, RootsWeb.com, for providing Donald J. Hébert's Acadian Families in Exile, 1785 & Exiled Acadians, an Index source.
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