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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Ruth Lashomb: Birth: ABT 1902 in Ontario, Canada. Death: AFT 1920

  2. Grace Lashomb: Birth: ABT 1906 in Ontario, Canada. Death: AFT 1920


Sources
1. Title:   Institut Genealogique Drouin, <i>Dictionnaire National des Canadiens_Francais (1608-1760)</i> (Siege Social, 4184 Rue St-Denis, Montreal, Canada) <i>Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal</i>, Acadia, Wendy Pitre-Roostan online [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/],
Page:   Online
Note:   Available in most Libraries with Genealogical collections. Pitre extrac
Source:   S5
Address:   The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia
AddressaddressLine1:   The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia
CallNumber:   ghislain_renaud
Givenname:   Wendy Roostan-Pitre
RepositoryId:   R88
Name:   Wendy Roostan-Pitre
Repository:   R25
Note continued:   ts available online at <i>the Pitre Trail.</i>
2. Page:   Online
Source:   S5
3. Page:   Drouin Blue Hommes #27
Source:   S160
4. Page:   Ontario-Stormont-Cornwall A-2, p. 3
Source:   S237
5. Page:   NY-Monroe-Rochester ED 213, p. 288A
Source:   S202
6. Page:   NY-Monroe-Rochester ED 259, W22, p. 12B
Source:   S201
7. Title:   <i>Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal</i>, Acadia, Wendy Pitre-Roostan online [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/], Institut Genealogique Drouin, <i>Dictionnaire National des Canadiens_Francais (1608-1760)</i> (Siege Social, 4184 Rue St-Denis, Montreal, Canada) Canada Bureau of Census, <i>Fourth Census of Canada, 1901</i> , National Archives of Canada online Department of Commerce and Labor - Bureau of the Census, <i>Thirteenth Census of the United States, </i>1910, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920</i> - <i>Population</i> Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fifteenth Census of the United States 1930 - Population </i>
Page:   NY-Monroe-Rochester ED46, p. 60A
Note:   Available in most Libraries with Genealogical collections. Pitre extrac Questions asked in the 1910 census: 1- Each person’s name and relationship to the head of household; 2- Sex; 3- Color or race; 4- Age at last birthday; 5- Marital status; 6- Length of present marriage; 7- If a mother, number of children and number of living children; 8- Birthplace and parents’ birthplaces; 9- If foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship status; 10- Language spoken; 11- Occupation; 12- Type of industry employed in; 13- Whether employer, employee, or self-employed; 14- Number of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable; 15- Ability to read and write; 16- If attended daytime school since 1 September 1909; 17- If home was rented or owned; 18- If owned, whether free or mortgaged; 19- If home was a house or a farm; 20- If a veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy; 21- If blind in both eyes, and if deaf and dumb. Questions asked in the 1920 census: 1- name of street, avenue road, etc.; 2- house number or farm; 3- number of dwelling in order of visitation; 4- number of family in order of visitation; 5- name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; 6- relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; 7- whether home owned or rented; 8- if owned, whether free or mortgaged; 9- sex; 10- color or race; 11- age at last birthday; 12- whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; 13- year of immigration to United States; 14- whether naturalized or alien; 15- if naturalized, year of naturalization; 16- whether attended school any time since 1 September 1919; 17- whether able to read; 18- whether able to write; 19- person’s place of birth; 20- mother tongue; 21- father’s place of birth; 22- father’s mother tongue; 23- mother’s place of birth; 24- mother’s mother tongue; 25- whether able to speak English; 26- trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; 27- industry, business, or establishment in which at work; 28- whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; 29- number of farm schedule. <p> All returns were taken January/February.
Source:   S200
Address:   online Online The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia
AddressaddressLine1:   online Online The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia
CallNumber:   :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488 dprobert ghislain_renaud
Givenname:   Ancestry.com National Archives of Canada Wendy Roostan-Pitre
RepositoryId:   R34 R67 R88
Name:   Ancestry.com National Archives of Canada Wendy Roostan-Pitre
Repository:   R25
Note continued:   ts available online at <i>the Pitre Trail.</i>



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