|Born||12 Jan 1838||New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana [1, 2]|
|Baptism||3 Jun 1838||St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana |
|Census||1850||7th Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Census||1860||4th Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Census||1870||4th Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Census||1880||New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana|
|Census||1900||3827 Canal St., 4th Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Obituary||Obituary notice, Times-Picayune, 10 Mar 1902:|
PITARD - On Sunday, March 9, 1902, at 7:30 o'clock p.m., aged 64 years, GUSTAVE PITARD, a native of this city.
The relatives, friends, and acquaintances of the Pitard and Maupay families are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place This (Monday) Evening, March 10, at 4 o'clock, from the late residence of the deceased, No. 3827 Canal Street, corner of Scott Street.
Obit, New Orleans Item 10 March 1902, p2 (with image):
OBITUARY – Gustave Pitard died at his home, 3827 Canal street, last night. At 7:30 he suffered a stroke of apoplexy. Death came soon after.
Two weeks ago, he was taken sick, with la grippe, but yesterday morning he seemed to be feeling well. His death came unexpectedly and almost before medical aid could be procured.
Mr. Pitard was 64 years old and was a native of New Orleans.
He was one of the most successful business men in the city and accumulated a large fortune in the hardware trade, doing business under the firm name of G. Pitard & Bros. The firm first located, soon after the civil war, in Tulane avenue. The store was afterward changed to Canal street, between Basin and Rampart and finally to 1031 Canal street.
Mr. Pitard cared little for society. His time was spent in his store and at his home. He was a devout churchman, and gave freely to charities in a quiet way.
Mr. Pitard was a veteran of the civil war, serving in Watson's battery from the outbreak to the end.
During the war he became partially deaf from the shock of the guns in the battery in which he enlisted.
In 1867 he married Miss Cecile Maupay, who, with one daughter and four sons, survives him. The children are: Miss Inez, and Daniel, Gustave, George, and Clarence Pitard.
The funeral will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from his home. The burial will be in Metairie Cemetery.
|Died||9 Mar 1902||New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana |
|Buried||10 Mar 1902||Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Person ID||I49||Lansdales and Pitards|
|Last Modified||1 Oct 2014|
|Father||Joseph Barthelemy PITARD, b. Abt 1807, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba , d. 3 Nov 1847, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana (Age ~ 40 years)|
|Mother||Marguerite Amelie HACKER, b. 20 Oct 1816, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana , d. 17 Jun 1873, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana (Age 56 years)|
|Married||16 Feb 1833||St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana |
|Family ID||F9532||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Wife||Cecilia Marie MAUPAY, b. Aug 1848, d. 30 Sep 1929, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana (Age ~ 81 years)|
|Family ID||F31||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Pin Legend||: Address : Location : City/Town : County/Shire : State/Province : Country : Not Set|
|Photos||Gustave Pitard, d. 1902|
This is from his obituary in the Times Picayune, March 10, 1902.
|Documents||Birth Certificate for Gustave Joseph Pitard Sr. (b. 1837)|
" . . . personally appeared Mrs. Amelie Hacker, a native of this city, residing on Ursulines Street No. 92 in the first Municipality, who by these presents declares that on the twelfth of January eighteen hundred and thirty seven (12th January 1837) at eight o'clock P.M. was born, in this city, a male child named GUSTAVE PITARD, issue of the legitimate marriage of deponent with Mr. Joseph Pitard, a printer, a native of Cuba . . ."
|Obit. for Gustave Pitard Sr.|
From the Times-Picayune, 10 Mar. 1902, p3.
|Headstones||Pitard tomb, names|
The one name on this which is not on the site is Anna Mishe. She was not a blood relation, but had been taken in by the family way back and lived with them for years. She appears in Gustave Pitard Sr.'s household on the 1880 census as a servant, "Anita Mish," next to her son [presumably her son] Fernand.