1880 New York Census

Pitre Extractions

 

 

 

Questions asked in the 1880 census:  1- Name; 2- White, black, mulatto, Indian, or Chinese; 3- Sex; 4- Age; 5- Month of birth if born within the year; 6- Relationship to the head of the household; 7- Single, married, widowed, or divorced; 8- Married within the year; 9- Occupation and months unemployed; 10- Name of state, territory, or country of birth; 11- Parents’ birthplaces; 12- School attendance within the year; 13- Whether unable to read if age ten or older; 14- Whether sick or temporarily disabled on the day of enumeration and the reason therefor. Those who were blind, deaf-mute, “idiotic,” insane, or permanently disabled were also indicated as such.

 

 

Clinton Co.

Champlain

Transcription:

Probably

John Pete 26, Alice 23, Ira 2, Rosalie 1 month  [p. 169A] John Pitre (c1854), wife Alice Poissant

Theophile Pete 60 carpenter (Can-Can-Can), Mary 62 keeping house (Can-Can-Can), Talesphor Padino 25 day laborer, son-in-law (Can-Can-Can), Matilda 23 (NY-Can-Can), Talesphor 6 months (Can-Can-NY)  [p. 171A]

Theophile Pitre (c1817), wife Marie Pinsonnault

 

Champlain & Rouses Point             (June; ED 15 none)

Transcription

Probably

Nelson Peat 35 carpenter (Can-Can-Can), wife Fidelia 39 keeps house (NY-VT-NY), Charles 13 apprentice, Mary 11 at school, Moriah 9, Nelson 7, George 5, Emma 3          [ED 14, Champlain, p. 2/3]

Narcisse Pitre (5 Feb 1842), wife Susan Fidelia Benoit  [non-Acadian: line of Simon Pitre of France]

Eveline Peat 7 dau (NY-Can-NY), living w/family of Edward Trembly 35 (NY-NY-NY) & wife Olive 40 (NY-Can-NY)  [ED 14, p. 3]

 

 

Dannemora

Transcription:

Probably

Frank Peets 32 (Can) miner, Elizabeth 22, Emma 4, Frank 2, Edmond 1, Delia Bougher 21 (C-C-C) servant  [p. 295B] Francois Xavier Pitre (Oct 1849), wife Isabella Larrabee

 

Ellenburg

Transcription:

Probably

Enos Peets 38 farmer (Can-Can-Can), Adelaide 41 keeping house (Can-Can-Can), William 14, Francis 12, John 9, Joseph 5, Alfred 3  [p. 328D]

Ignace Lepitre (3 Jan 1842), wife Adelaide Gadouas

Joseph Peetes 30 (C-C-C) boatman, wife Anna 29, Marietta 4  [ED23] Joseph Pitre (24 Sep 1847), wife Anna Russell

 

Mooers                     (June)     ED 24, 25, 26 – None

Transcription

Probably

Joseph Peat 35 laborer (Can-Can-Can), wife Louisa 30 (NY-Can-Can), Julia 7, Joseph Jr. 3, Malinda 1  [ED 27, p. 15]

Joseph Pitre (10 Jun 1844), wife Louise Belanger

Rosa Peat 58 keeping house (widow) (Can-Can-Can), Narcisse 28 laborer (Can-Can-Can), wife Sarah 20 (NY-Can-Can), Hattie 1, Tousant 26 laborer, Lewis 19 laborer  [ED 27, p. 16]

Josephe Lefebvre widow/2nd wife of Pierre Pitre (12 Sep 1795); son Narcisse Pitre (8 Jul 1851), wife Sarah King

Peter Peat 29 laborer (Can-Can-Can), wife Clara 29 keeping house (Can-Can-Can), Peter Jr. 9 (b. NY), Jennie 7 (b. NY), William 4 (b. NY), Clara 3 (b. NY)  [ED 27, p. 16]

Pierre Pitre (Jun 1850), wife Clara Lesperance

Joseph Peat 24 laborer (NY-Can-Can), wife Elizabeth 22 keeping house (Can-Can-Can), Joseph Jr. 6, Elizabeth 4, William 2 months (APR)  [ED 27, p. 17]

Joseph Peat (24 Jun 1856), wife Marie Elize Robidou

Peter Peat 51 farmer (Can-Can-Can), wife Mary 50 keeping house (Can-Can-Can), Albeno 12, Benjamin 10  [ED 27, p. 39]

Pierre Pitre (10 Jul 1828), wife Marie Louise Reaume

 

 

Franklin Co.

Transcription:

Probably

Henry Pitts 38 (Can) farmer, wife Nancy 38, Rosanna 11, Fred 9, Hattie 7, Lewis 5, Eugene 3, Samuel 1  [Chateaugay, ED79, p. 19] Henry Pitre (12 Nov 1840), wife Frances 'Nancy' Sancomb

 

 

Oswego Co.

Transcription:

Probably

Alfonse Peters 31 laborer (Q-Q-Q), wife Mary 27 (Q-Q-Q), Josephine 8, Marine 3, Joseph 1; brother Joseph Peters 27 laborer (Q), wife Sophronie 24 (Q), Georgiana 4, Josephine 3; brother Agustus 20 laborer (Q)  [Oswego, ED 248, W2, p. 371A, 278 10th St.]

 Jean Baptiste Alphonse Pitre (20 Oct 1848), unknown wife; brother Joseph Pitre (1 Jun 1853), wife Sophronie Bonhomme; brother Augustin Pitre (5 Apr 1860)

 

 

St. Lawrence Co.

Brasher                                    (June)  

Transcription

Probably

Edward Lassom 46 farmer (Can), wife Mary 55 (Can), Maria 21, Henry 18, Michael 13  [ED 191, p. 45B] Edouard Lajambe (14 Feb 1836), wife Marie Lacombe
Hannah Laschomb 18 sister (dom serv) (NY-NY-NY), living w/family of Charles Bostick 21 sawyer (NY-NY-NY) & wife Ellen 24 (US-NY-NY)  [ED 190, p. 14] Anne 'Hannah' Pitre (20 May 1862), sister Ellen Lashomb (c1856), husband Charles Bostick
John Lashamb 38 farmer (NY-Q-Q), wife Ellen 28 keeps house (NY-Q-Q), John 18 works on farm, Charles 17 works on farm, Mary 15, Frank 10 at school, Joseph 9 at school   [ED 196, Brasher Iron Works, p. 7] John Lajambe (26 Mar 1840), 2nd wife Amelia Shorette
Frank Lashamb 38 farmer (NY-Can-Can), wife Emma 35 keeps house (NY-NY-NY), Henry 16 works on farm, William 14 laborer, Florence 12, Alexander 10 works on farm, Ellen 8, Allen 7, Mary A. 5, Sarah 3  [ED 196, Helena, p. 16] Xavier Francois Pitre (29 Mar 1842), wife Emma Currier
Louis Lashamb 30 farmer (NY-Can-Can), wife Eliza 28 keeps house (NY-Can-Can), Allen 11 at school, Alice 9 at school, Annie 7 at school, Louisa 5, Ida 2  [ED 196, Helena, p. 24] Louis Pitre (3 Jun 1850), wife Elizabeth Quesnell
Mary Lashamb 40 keeps house (widow) (NY-NY-NY), Peter Dishaw 17 laborer (son), Stephen Dishaw 16 laborer (son), Alvina Dishaw 15 servant (dau), David Dishaw 12 works on farm (son), Fredrick Dishaw 10 works on farm (son), Frank Lashamb 5 (son), Hattie Lashamb 2 (dau)  [ED 196, Helena, p. 33]   [Dishaw=Deschamps] Harriet Leroux, widow of Angus Pitre (Jan 1844)
Peter Lashamb 47 farmer (Can-Can-Can), wife Meira 42 keeps house (Can-Can-Can), Henry 20 laborer, Hannah 18, William 16 works on farm, Elmer 14 works on farm, Elvira 12 at school, Jane 7 at school, Freddie 5, Lizzie 3, Sophia 70 mother (Can-Can-Can)  [ED 196, Helena, p. 34] Pierre Pitre (Oct 1832), wife Elmire Quenell; mother Sophie Noreau, widow Pierre Pitre (22 Jul 1801)

 

Hopkinton

Transcription:

Probably

Lewis Pete 28 (NY-C-C), living w/family of Frank Converse 34 & wife Cora 21  [ED 205, p. 231A] Lewis Pitre (27 Sep 1852)

Charles Peete 40 farm laborer (NY-Can-Can), Mary 38 keeping house (NY-Can-Can), Nelson 16 at home, Malinda 14 at home, Margaret 12, Caroline 10, Eddie 8, Henry 6, Willie 4, Mabel 1  [ED206, p. 241D]

Charles Pitre (14 Sep 1837), wife Mary Bowen

Lucy Peete 68 keeping house (widow) (Can-Can-Can), Addie 30 keeping house (NY-Can-Can), Lewis 28 farm laborer (NY-Can-Can)  [ED206, p. 242A]

Lucie Leblanc, widow of Charles Pitre (12 August 1803)

 

Norfolk

Transcription:

Probably

Peter Lashaum 50 (Can), wife Sophia 51 (Can), Mary 19 (Can), John 12, Peter 10  [ED 225, p. 449B]

 

Ogdensburg

Transcription:

Probably

Augustes Petter 41 (Can) grocer, wife Mary 32 (Can), Nelson J. 16, Alvina 12, Mary L. 8, Evea 5, Delor 3, Ora D. 1, Dela Bodree 27 (Can) servant, Theodore Ward 18 (Can) grocer  [W4, p. 43] Augustin Pitre (12 Oct 1838), wife Marie Aurelie Leroux
Joseph Petrie 35 (C-C-C) laborer, wife Barnett 49 (C-C-C), Oliver O. 18 (Can), William 7, Antwine 5, Florie Curno 77 (C-C-C) mother-in-law, Polly Petrie 68 (C-C-C) mother  [ED 239, p. 31]  

 

 

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