Agnes Pitre was born 10 June 1719. She was the daughter of François Pitre and Anne Préjean. She was baptized the following day at St Jean Baptiste, Port Royal. Her godparents were Charles Prejean and Agnes Godet.
She married Jean-Baptiste Boudrot, son of Michel Boudrot and Cécile LeBlanc, around 1738.
She passed away at about 63 years of age on 27 May 1781. She was buried on 2 June 1781 in Île-aux-Coudres. Her name in the register is Agnès Badro.
1781, May 27: Cimetiere Saint Louis, Charlevoix, Quebec. Naming: Spouse-Jean-Baptiste Boudrea (1715-1760).
↑ Nova Scotia Archives: Acadians: An Acadian Parish Remembered: The Registers of St Jean-Baptiste, Annapolis Royal 1702-1755 Baptism Agnès Pitre
Find a Grave, database and images (accessed 04 June 2020), memorial page for Agnes Pitre (10 Jun 1719–27 May 1781), Find a Grave Memorial no. 144157990, citing Cimetiere Saint Louis, Charlevoix, Capitale-Nationale Region, Quebec, Canada ; Maintained by AW (contributor 47829810) .Find A Grave: Memorial #144157990
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