She was living with her children on Isle Saint Jean in 1752, after Pierre passed away. She was poor, but she had grown children to help her plant and harvest 32 bushels of wheat.
Marie Madeleine Pitre, widow of Pierre Godet, poor, native of l'Acadie, aged 39 years, has been in the country two years.
She has six sons and three daughters:-
Etienne Godet, aged 23 years. Pierre, aged 23 years. Dominique, aged 19 years. François, aged 14 years. Cyprien, aged 12 years. Joseph, aged 6 years. Doratte, aged 16 years. Anne, aged 9 years. Marie, aged 12 years
Live Stock: She has two oxen, one cow, one ewe, one sow, and one hen.
The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was given to them verbally by M. de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing for sowing thirty-two bushels of wheat.
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