Noella Pitre
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Noella Pitre

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Noella R. Pitre aka Bujold
Born 1940s.
Ancestors ancestors
Sister of [private brother (1920s - unknown)], [private sister (1930s - unknown)] and [private sister (1930s - unknown)]
Descendants descendants
Mother of [private son (1960s - unknown)] and [private son (1970s - unknown)]
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This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

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Note: me rimouski011
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=4a5584b7-a61a-4a25-b545-33ff682613b4&tid=33068262&pid=1

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  • WikiTree profile Pitre-2304 created through the import of Pitre Family Tree.ged on Mar 1, 2012 by Noella Pitre. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Noella and others.




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Hello Noella. Thank You So Much for your response. Alexis Cormier is connected to my Prince-LePrince Line going back to Jacques Nicolas LePrince , born in 1646 in Normandy, France. He Immigrated to Canada in 1666 so there is Tremendous History in Canada.

I live in Hartford, Connecticut. I have 6 Children, 6 Biological Grandchildren , 7 " adopted " Grandchildren , ( Brothers and Sisters of my Biological Grandchildren, and I became a Great-Grandmother last year. Connecticut is rich in Family History on my Mom's side, whereas Canada is Rich in my Prince Family History. It's so exciting to " Meet " new Cousins. Sending Best Wishes to You and Yours.

Hello Noella, According to the Relationship Finder we are 8th Cousins. Our 7th Great-Grandfather is Alexis Cormier. Just wanted to say Hello as I am Always thrilled to Connect with New Cousins, no matter how distant.
it appears we share not only Sylvestre Pitre & Sophie Buote's family lines..but also thru Jean-Bpt Pitre we connect also- wiki says thru him we are 6th cousins & we share @ least 30 ancestors! nice to sorta meet you cousin.

Arora

posted by Arora (G) Anonymous
Hi Noella,

The Ruest situation is not right. I checked a little bit this morning and if you look here:

http://www.bms2000.org/fr/record/baptism/2127729

Enfant RUEST Jean-Baptiste Père Ruest Antoine Mère Dutremble-Desrosiers Madeleine

1758-05-07 St-Germain Rimouski QC Canada

You'll see that Jean-Baptiste Ruest (Ruest-42) is the brother of Jean Ruest (Ruel-4). His brother already exist in Wikitree as Ruet-4. So Ruet-4 and Ruest-42 have to be merged.

So Jean-Baptiste's wife (Gagnon-261) is not his wife. This relation has to be removed. She has to be merged to Jean's wife (Gagnon-83).

Jean-Baptiste's daughter (ruest-41) is not his daugther. This relation has to be removed. She has to be merged to ruest-151.

I think this will have to be fixed.

Merci.

Carl Savard

posted by Carl Savard
Regarding Isaac Pesseley's death, it may very well have been Jemseg. I believe it might have been a trading post at the time. My todo on his profile was meant as a reminder to correct the location name, not necessarily the location itself.
posted by Roland Arsenault

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