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Elisabeth Olive Pitre (1773 - bef. 1823)

Elisabeth Olive (Isabelle) Pitre
Born in Rays, Ille-et-Villaine, Francemap
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Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Died before in Louisiana, United Statesmap
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Anselme Pitre is on the Wall of Names at the Acadian Memorial in St. Martinville, Louisiana Plaque 9 Left, Le Saint Remi arrivee le 9 Septembre 1785. Listed with him are 4 children: Jean Pierre, Marie Francoise, Marguerite, and Isabelle Olive. [1]

Elisabeth (Isabelle) Olive Pitre, daughter of Anselme Pitre and Elisabeth Dugas, was born 8 Feb 1773 in Rays, Ille-et-Vilaine, France. Her christening was recorded on 8 Feb 1773 Pleurtuit, Ille-et-Vilaine, France. [2] She died in Louisiana before 10 Feb 1823 and was buried at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cemetery in Plattenville, Louisiana.
Isabel Pitre and Pedro Guillot married in Spanish Louisiana on 30 Dec 1792. [3]
  1. Marie Rose GUILLOT b: 28 Jun 1795 in Assumption, LA c: 16 Sep 1795 in Plattenville, Assumption, LA
  2. Zenon Florentin GUILLOT b: 2 Jul 1798 in Assumption, LA c: 8 Sep 1798 in Plattenville, Assumption, LA
  3. Veronique Clemence GUILLOT b: 23 Nov 1800 in Assumption, LA c: 5 Apr 1801 in Plattenville, Assumption, LA
  4. Jean Baptiste GUILLOT b: 23 Feb 1803 in Assumption, LA c: 10 Apr 1803 in Plattenville, Assumption, LA
  5. Adele GUILLOT b: 23 Jan 1806 in Assumption, LA c: 29 Jan 1806 in Plattenville, Assumption, LA
  6. Urbin Louis GUILLOT b: 15 Mar 1808 in Ascension, LA c: 9 Nov 1808 in Donaldsonville, Ascension, LA
  7. Pierre Paul GUILLOT b: 18 Jan 1810 in Assumption, LA c: 30 Sep 1810 in Plattenville, Assumption, LA
  8. Pauline Constance GUILLOT b: 12 Oct 1811 in Assumption, LA c: 11 Nov 1811 in Plattenville, Assumption, LA
  9. Adeline Francoise GUILLOT b: Abt 1814 in LA


Census: Sep 1784 Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France [4]
Immigration: 10 Sep 1785 New Orleans, Orleans, LA [5]
Census: 1 Jan 1789 , Lafourche, LA [6]


  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 Girouard-4019.
  2. Title: Acadiens en France; Nantes et Paimboeuf, 1775-1785; Author: Gérard-Marc Braud; Publication: Nantes, France: Ouest Éditions, 1999; Personal copy in possession of Girouard-4019 p. 217
  3. 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 Girouard-4019; p. 593
    Text: Pedro GUILLOT (parents not given) married on 30 Dec 1792 to Isabel [PITRE] (parents not given). Witnesses: Pierre BOURQUE; Juan VINES. Recorded at Ascension Catholic Church, Donaldsonville, LA (ASC-2, 50).
  4. Title: Some Late Eighteenth-Century Louisianians; Census Records of the Colony 1758-1796; Author: Jacqueline K. Voorhies; Publication: Lafayette, LA: University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1973; p. 491
    Text: On list of "Acadians in France, September 1784," found in document in A.D.S. Legajo 2575, which shows the Acadian families who wanted to go to Louisiana to establish themselves at the expense of His [Spanish] Catholic Majesty.
    Anselme PITRE [no wife listed], with 2 sons, 3 daughters, for a family of 6.
  5. 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. 44-45
    Text: Isabelle Olive PITRE, age 12, daughter of Anselme PITRE, age 45, traveling with him and three siblings as the 14th family (of 5 persons) aboard "Le Saint Rémi."
  6. Title: Louisiana Census and Militia Lists, vol. I; Author: Robichaux, Jr., Albert J.; Publication: Polyanthos, 1977; Note: 1770-1789, German Coast, New Orleans, Below New Orleans and Lafourche. The census dated here 1 Jan 1789 appears to have been taken at least as early as 1 Jan 1788. It is from: Papeles Procedentes de Cuba, Legajo 202. Source published by Karen Theriot Reader,; p. 141
    Text: Isabelle, age 15, daughter of Anselme PITRE, age 48, listed with him and her two sisters in a household of 4 persons. They have 6 arpents of land, 35 quarts of corn, and 12 hogs.


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