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Marguerite Marie Pitre (1771 - bef. 1796)

Marguerite Marie Pitre aka Maronge
Born in Mordreux, Cotes du Nord, Francemap
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Wife of — married 31 Oct 1791 in Pointe Coupee, Louisianamap
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Died before before age 24 in Spanish Louisiana, Nouvelle-Francemap [uncertain]
Profile last modified | Created 15 Aug 2009 | Last significant change: 1 May 2023
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Jean Pitre is on the Wall of Names at the Acadian Memorial in St. Martinville, Louisiana 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 & Marguerite. [1]

Marguerite Marie Pitre, daughter of Acadians Jean Baptiste Pitre and Felicite Daigre was born in Mordreux, France 8 November 1771. She was christened in Pleudihen the same day. [2] She died in Louisiana before 22 August 1796 when her husband remarried to Ana Michel.[3]

Marguerite Marie emigrated to Louisiana with her parents and five siblings arriving 3 Dec 1785 New Orleans. [4]

On October 31, 1791, Marguerite Pitre and Jean Morange, son of Augustin Morange and Madelaine Sin, married at St. Francis Catholic Church, Pointe Coupee. [5]


  • Source: DOBR2 Title: Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records; Author: Catholic Church; Vol 2, 1770-1803; Contains Baptismal, marriage and burial entries taken from some 46 registers housed in the Archives of the Diocese of Baton Rouge; copy in possession of Jacqueline Girouard
  • Passenger List for La Ville d'Archangel
  1. Title: The Wall of Names at the Acadian Memorial; Author: Wall of Names Committee; Jane G. Bulliard, Chair; second edition, 2015; Bodemuller The Printer, USA; Personal copy in possession of Jacqueline Girouard; p. 43
  2. BIRTH-CHRISTENING: Albert J. Robichaux, THE ACADIAN EXILES IN ST. MALO; 1758-1785; pt 1, vol. II, Eunice, LA, Hebert Publications, 1981; p. 669, family #777; own copy.
  3. Source: #DOBR2 p. 517 Under heading MARONGE
    Juan of Island of Sardinia in Italy (Agustin Maronge & Magdalena Lane) & widower of Margarita Pitre m. 22 Auguste 1796, Ana Michel, widow of Lorenzo Larzon (Franco & Ana Daigle of Nantes in France) wit. Jacques Dubois & Ambrosio Hebert (ASM-2, 21)
  4. Title: Acadian Families in Exile, 1785 & Exiled Acadians, an Index; Author: Donald J. Hébert; Publication: Rayne, LA: Hébert Publications, 1995. Source published by Karen Theriot Reader,; pp. 96-97
    Text: Marguerite PITRE, age 14, daughter of Jean & Félicité DAIGLE, traveling with them and five siblings as the 32nd family (of 8 persons) aboard "La Ville d'Archangel."
  5. Source: #DOBR2; p. 556 under heading MORANGE
    Text: Jean MORANGE, son of Augustin & Madelaine SIN, married on 31 Oct 1791 to Marguerite PITRE, daughter of Jean & Felicite DAIGLE. Witnesses: Francois MAYOU; Antoine CARBERO. Recorded at St. Francis Catholic Church, Pointe Coupee, LA (PCP-19, 39).

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