Anne Choret [Surette, see research note], daughter of Joseph Surette and Marguerite Theriot was born April 24, 1734, at St-Charles-les-Mines, Grand Pre, Acadie. She was the daughter of Joseph Choret and Marguerite Terriot. She was baptized the day she was born at Saint Charles des Mines, Grand-Pré, Acadia. Her godparents were Paul Terriot and Anne Terriot.
She was noted to be the widow of Paul Doucette when she married Jean Baptiste Pitre on March 31, 1761 at St-Pierre-les-Becquets. They were both 27 years old .
Joseph Pitre May 5, 1762 November 10, 1815 Couillard Mary Magdalene
Victoire Pitre October 22, 1763 July 31, 1832 1.Charles Laberge
Ignace-Hippolyte Pitre August 22, 1765 March 26, 1810 1.Bergevin Catherine 2.Hebert Angelique
Jean-Marie Pitre October 13, 1766 1.Leduc Julie 2. Marie-Louise Lefebvre
Josephte Pitre April 12, 1769 October 4, 1843 1.Laberge Pierre 2. Augustin Mathieu
Pierre Pitre May 3, 1771 October 14, 1821 1. Julie Leduc-Josephte 2.Marie Pregent
Jean Baptiste Pitre dit Hamel March 31, 1761 in Nicolet, Canada
She died September 18, 1797 at 66 years old at Chateauguay, Canada.
She died on Sept 17, 1797 in Chateauguay.
In the transcript for her baptism, the name Choret was overwirtten and has been interpreted by MWLandry and Karen Theriot Reader as Surette.
↑ "Catholic Church Records", vol. 1a: Acadian Records, 1707-1748; Diocese of Baton Rouge - Diocese, 1999; The Registers of St. Charles aux Mines in Acadia, from Grand Pré, carried into exile to St. Gabriel Church of Iberville, LA.; pp. 179-180
Sponsors: Paul TERIOT [child's uncle] & Anne TERIOT. (SGA-2, 135).
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