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Welcome to the Ripley-Omand Family Tree!
 Last Updated: 11 Jan 2012

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Jean (Jan) dit Beneque Pitre (Pieters)
Relation to Caelyn and Jayd'n Omand: 10x GREAT-GRANDFATHER

 
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Children:
   b. Dec 1665
  Jeanne Pitre

b. 1666
* Marie Pitre

b. 1668
  Catherine Pitre

b. Feb 1671+/-
  Claude Pitre

b. 1673+/-
  Marc Pitre

b. 1677+/-
  Pierre Pitre

b. 1680+/-
  Jean Denis Pitre

b. 1682+/-
* François Pitre

b. 1683+/-
  Marguerite Pitre
Jean (Jan) dit Beneque Pitre (Pieters)
Birth: 1636+/-
in ??,, Holland
Death: 1689+/-
in Port Royal,Acadie, (Canada)

Spouse(s):
   m. 1665
Marie Pesseley (Peselet)
   (b. 1641)
   (d. Dec 1707)

Sibling(s):
   

 

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References:
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=johnmurphy&id=I07818

 
http://www.acadiansingray.com/appendices-Acadian%20Pioneers.htm#PITRE

 
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jyf47&id=I756

 


Comments:
In 1659, Jean Pitre dit Beneque, a 23-year-old edge tool maker probably from Flanders, appeared in the colony. Six years later he married Marie Pesseley, daughter of a former mayor of Port-Royal. They had 11 children (with 4 sons).
De son vrai nom Jan Pieters, hollandais, dont le nom fut francisé.Arrive en Acadie en 1664 sur le bateau La Paix. Avait été recruté par Sir Thomas Temple dans les colonies hollandaises de la Nouvelle-Hollande.
Était venu en Acadie vers 1657. Le livre de Bona Arseneau lui donne 60 ans en 1686


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