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Anne Marie Pitre (abt. 1739 - aft. 1763)

Anne Marie (Marie) Pitre
Born about in Acadiemap
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Wife of — married 28 Jul 1760 in Sainte-Anne-de-Ristigouche, Bonaventure, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
[children unknown]
Died after after about age 24 [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 15 Aug 2009
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Marie Pitre was born around 1739 in Acadia. Her parents were Jean Baptiste Pitre and Judith Thériot. [1] [2]

She married Charles Robichaud, widower of Marguerite Blanchard, on July 28, 1760 in Ristigouche. [1] Sometime in the early 1760s they either surrendered to or were captured by British forces, and were prisoners at Fort Edward in Pisiguit (now Windsor), Colony of Nova Scotia. [3] In 1763, they were on a list of prisoners in Halifax with 4 children whose names were lost to history. [4]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Marriage - "Québec, registres paroissiaux catholiques, 1621-1979," database with images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 16 March 2016), Ristigouche > Sainte-Anne-de-Ristigouche > Baptêmes, mariages, sépultures 1759-1795, 1842-1870 > image 32 of 531; nos paroisses de Église Catholique, Quebec (Catholic Church parishes, Quebec).
  2. LeBlanc, R.-G. (2012). Les réfugiés acadiens au camp d’Espérance de la Miramichi en 1756-1761 : un épisode méconnu du Grand Dérangement. Acadiensis, 41(1). Retrieved from (See appendix at the end) Also English translation by John Estano DeRoche "The Acadian Refugee Camp on the Miramichi, 1756-1761"
    Charles Robichaud (son of Alexandre #11) married to Marie Pitre (daughter of Jean #12) in 1760 in Ristigouche (2nd marriage). On 1760 census in Ristigouche 7 people. Prisoner at Fort Edward in 1761-1762 6 people. Prisoner in Halifax in 1763 6 people.
  3. Lucie LeBlanc Consentino. List of Acadian Prisoners at Fort Edward, 1761-1762, list dated 5 October 1761, Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home. Original record, online database with images, Isaac Deschamps, Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 258 item 18 - p. 100-105 (5 October 1761 to 11 October 1762) Original Record, pages 3 of 6, accessed March 2022
    Cha Robicheau, 6 people
  4. Lucie LeBlanc Consentino. List of Acadian Prisoners at Halifax, August 12, 1763, Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home. Transcription, digital images, Roy, J.-Edmond. "12 Août 1763: Liste des françois Accadiens demeurants prisonniers a halifax port d'amérique Septentrionale Sous le gouvernement de Sa majesté Britannique" in Rapport sur les archives de France relatives à l'histoire du Canada. Ottawa: C.H. Parmelee, 1911 accessed at BANQ numérique pages 629/image 631],accessed March 2022
    Charle Robicho, his wife, 4 children.

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