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Félix Pitre (1856 - 1930)

Félix (Felix) Pitre
Born in St. Clément, Beauharnois, Québecmap
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Husband of — married 1892 in Minnesotamap
Died at age 73 in Wapato, Yakima, Washingtonmap
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Baptismal record from Saint-Clément-de-Beauharnois, Québec, Canada:

"Le six Février mil huit-cent-cinquante-six, Nous Prêtre soussigné avons baptisé Fêlix né hier du légitime mariage de Pierre Pitre cultivateur de cette paroisse et de Marcelline Bergevin. Parrains Paul Leboeuf, ????? Marguerite Primlair? qui n'ont eu signer."

(signature illegible)[1]

The sixth of February 1856, we the undersigned priest have baptized Felix Pitre, born yesterday of the legitimate marriage of Pierre Pitre, farmer of this parish and of Marcelline Bergevin. Godparnets Paul Leboeuf, ????? Marguerite Primlair> who have not signed.Watt-266 02:04, 4 May 2016 (EDT)

Phillipe Jajambe, 37 b. Canada, was living in Chester Twp., Polk County, Minnesota, in 1895. He was living with wife Mary and two children.[2]

in 1900, Phillip Lajambe, a 41 year old farmer, lived in Chester Twp., Polk, Minnesota, with his wife Mary, 31, and four children. They were both born in French Canada and have been married for 8 years. Their children were all born in Minnesota.[3]

Felix Lajambe died at 73 years of age on 7 Jan 1930 in Wapato, Yakima, Washington. According to his Death Record, his parents were Peter Lajambe and M. Longerine. His wife was Marie Lajambe.[4]

The Bureau of Land Managements' Government Land Office shows land patents to the following Lajambe family members:[5]

Accession NamesSorted Ascending Date Doc # State Meridian Twp - Rng Aliquots Sec. # County MN0510__.182 LAJAMBE, CHARLES 9/6/1890 3949 MN 5th PM 150N - 041W E½SE¼ 5 Red Lake 150N - 041W SE¼NE¼ 5 Red Lake 150N - 041W Lot/Trct 1 5 Red Lake

46126 LAJAMBE, CONRAD 2/8/1909 0445 MN 5th PM 154N - 027W Lot/Trct 4 7 Koochiching 154N - 027W SW¼SE¼ 7 Koochiching 154N - 027W SE¼SW¼ 7 Koochiching 154N - 027W NW¼NE¼ 18 Koochiching

MN0460__.478 LAJAMBE, CONRAD 6/11/1889 3530 MN 5th PM 150N - 041W E½NW¼ 5 Red Lake 150N - 041W E½SW¼ 5 Red Lake

MN2780__.424 LAJAMBE, JETTE 3/17/1903 337 MN 5th PM 150N - 038W S½NW¼ 27 Clearwater 150N - 038W NE¼NW¼ 27 Clearwater 150N - 038W SW¼NE¼ 27 Clearwater

MN2780__.423 LAJAMBE, JOSEPH 3/17/1903 336 MN 5th PM 50N - 038W SW¼ 26 Clearwater

MN0570__.187 LAJAMBE, MARCELINE 4/7/1896 8676 MN 5th PM 151N - 041W NE¼ 29 Red Lake

MN0330__.315 LAJAMBE, PHILLIP 12/20/1883 2577 MN 5th PM 150N - 042W SE¼ 13 Red Lake

MN2270__.491 LAJAMBE, PHILLIP 3/3/1900 10038 MN 5th PM 150N - 040W SE¼ 6 Polk

MN0540__.398 LAJAMBE, PIERRE 7/20/1892 7389 MN 5th PM 151N - 041W W½SE¼ 31 Red Lake 151N - 041W NE¼SW¼ 31 Red Lake 151N - 041W SE¼NW¼ 31 Red Lake


Phillipe Lajambe, 37 b. Canada, a farmer; Mary, 27 b. Canada; Norman, 2 b. Minnesota; Cilistine, 6/12 b. Minnesota. Phillipe had been living in the county for 15 years and 8 months and in the enumeration district for 2 years and 6 months.
  • "United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 26 May 2015), Phillip Lajambe, Johnson & Chester Townships & T.150/R.39, Polk, Minnesota, United States; citing sheet 10B, family 219, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and R ecords Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,781.
Phillip Lajambe 41 b. Feb 1859; Mary Lajambe, 31 b. Sept 1868; Norman L Lajambe, 6 June 1893[ Arthur Lajambe, 4 b. May 1896; Albert Lajambe, 2 b. Apr 1898; Napoleon Lajambe, 10/12 b. Aug 1899. Phillip came to the USA in 1880 and has been naturalized. Mary came in 1885. Their parents were all born in French Canada
  1. "Québec, registres paroissiaux catholiques, 1621-1979," database with images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 4 May 2016), Beauharnois > Saint-Clément-de-Beauharnois > Baptêmes, mariages, sépultures 1849-1861 > image 167 of 310; nos paroisses de Église Catholique, Quebec (Catholic Church parishes, Quebec). Beauharnois, Feb 1856, B 13
  2. Minnesota, State Census, 1895
  3. United States Census, 1900
  4. Washington State Archives - Digital Archives; Washington State Death Certificate Index 1907-1960;
  5. BLM GLO

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