John Mark Vitter, MD

John Mark Vitter, MD

Person ID: I11 


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  • Gender Male 
    Siblings
     1. Dr. Albert Leopold Vitter, III (ID:I8)
     2. Martha Louise Vitter (ID:I9)
     3. Donna Vitter (ID:I10)
     4. Dr. Jeffrey Scott Vitter (ID:I1785),   b. 13 Nov 1955, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. U. S. Senator David Bruce Vitter (ID:I12)

    Parents

    Family ID: F5296 Group Sheet  |  Family Chart  
    Father Albert Leopold Vitter, Jr. (ID:I15155),   b. 23 Dec 1915, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Oct 2003, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years) 
    Mother Audrey Malvina St. Raymond (ID:I16565),   b. 20 Dec 1920, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Oct 2005, Atlanta, De Kalb, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years) 
    Married 19 Jun 1943  St. Matthias Catholic Church, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Mimi & Pere's Wedding
    Mimi & Pere's Wedding
    Mimi & Pere's Wedding Day
    Reference Number 1474 

    Family

    Family ID: F11  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Wife Dr. Mary Wilke (ID:I1184) 
    Children 
      1. Nicholas Ferran Vitter (ID:I1185)
      2. Lisette Mary Vitter (ID:I1186)
      3. Cameron Artigues Vitter (ID:I1187)
      4. Peyton Wilke Vitter (ID:I1188)
  • Histories
    A. L. & Audrey Vitter: Role Models Extraordinaires
    A. L. & Audrey Vitter: Role Models Extraordinaires
    Jeff Vitter's parents A. L. Jr. & Audrey (née St. Raymond) Vitter (grandparent names Père and Mimi) led accomplished lives of extraordinary service and caring for others — a legacy for generations to follow (including many Domers and a killer cookbook!).
    Après le <em>Aha!</em> moment (et avant aussi!)
    Après le Aha! moment (et avant aussi!)
    As highlighted in the history "The Aha! Moment That Led to This Website," Jeff Vitter made a big breakthrough in December 2000 when he discovered when, where, and how his Vitter ancestors came from Europe to the USA. Much correspondence behind the scenes led up to and beyond that discovery, including new information about Jeff's mom's side of the family in southwest France around Uzan (pronounced "u-ZHANG" in the local patois) and Anères. This history gives an inside look at the correspondences that genealogists engage in and how what we understand grows (we hope!) with time.
    Our Loyal Guardians Rex & Queenie
    Our Loyal Guardians Rex & Queenie
    Rex and Queenie — half-ton cast-iron Newfoundland dogs — have stood guard over Vitter-Artigues homes in New Orleans for about 110 years and have a fascinating (and still mysterious) genealogy of their own.
    Photos from Mimi's Homecoming Weekend, June 2006
    Photos from Mimi's Homecoming Weekend, June 2006
    We couldn't bury Audrey "Mimi" (née St. Raymond) Vitter in New Orleans at the time of her death because of the devastation from Hurricane Katrina. When her body was brought back home for reburial eight months later, it was a time for several family events and to celebrate her life.
    Vitter Holiday Cards Through the Years
    Vitter Holiday Cards Through the Years
    'Tis the Season to be jolly! Welcome to a tradition starting in 1945 spanning several generations of annual Christmas greeting cards, augmented from time to time with cards for other occasions.
    Articles
    <em>Thursday Night Cookin': Mimi's Recipes for a Happy Home</em>
    Thursday Night Cookin': Mimi's Recipes for a Happy Home
    Judge Wendy Vitter put together a wonderful cook book in honor of Mimi's 78th birthday in 1998, entitled Thursday Night Cookin': Mimi's Recipes for a Happy Home. The cook book consists of the family's favorite recipes of Mimi's, along with several bons mots, family trivia, and memories. The name for the cook book came from the family's tradition of having dinner each Thursday night at the New Orleans home of Mimi & Père.

    When the Vitter kids were younger, a similar tradition existed at Mimi's parents' home at 3539 Napoleon, where Mémère and Pépère would host everyone to Wednesday night dinner, often roast chicken. Jeff liked to make little chicken sandwiches with the chicken, biscuits, and gravy, and Pépère would often make his patented goulash with all the dishes on the table mixed together. We hope you enjoy the recipes and reminiscences as well!
    Genealogy Charts
    Ancestors of Jeffrey S. Vitter
    Ancestors of Jeffrey S. Vitter
    Jeff Vitter is co-host of this website vitter.org, and this chart traces his ancestors, generation by generation.
    Ancestors of Mary (née Wilke) Vitter
    Ancestors of Mary (née Wilke) Vitter
    Mary Vitter is the wife of J. Mark Vitter, brother of Jeffrey S. Vitter, co-host of this website vitter.org.
    Descendants of Simon Wider (1667–1737) and Ursula Wick (born circa 1670) and Anna Maria Schietknecht (born 1678)
    Descendants of Simon Wider (1667–1737) and Ursula Wick (born circa 1670) and Anna Maria Schietknecht (born 1678)
    Simon Wider (1667–1737) is a 7th great grandfather of Jeffrey S. Vitter, co-host of this website vitter.org. Simon lived in Bietingen, Konstanz, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (near the eastern border of Schaffhouse, Switzerland). His great grandson Hérard Vitter (1772–1848, born Erhardus Wider) immigrated roughly 150 miles west to Clerval, France from Bietingen in 1799. Hérard's son Pierre Vitter (1803–1846) immigrated to New Orleans, Louisiana via Le Havre, France with his family in 1843. Their histories are on the Relativity Research page of the website.
    Descendants of Pierre Feugas (late 1600s–mid-1700s) and Marie Claverie
    Descendants of Pierre Feugas (late 1600s–mid-1700s) and Marie Claverie
    Pierre Feugas is a 6th great grandfather of Jeffrey S. Vitter, co-host of this website vitter.org. Pierre married Marie Claverie from La Bastide-de-Sérou, Ariège, France, and they resided in Hagetaubin, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France. Their 3rd great grandson Jean Ferran dit Larneilh immigrated from Uzan, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France to New Orleans, Louisiana by 1893 and became a property owner/landlord.
    Descendants of Claude Courtot (born 1624) and Claudine Vincent (born 1627)
    Descendants of Claude Courtot (born 1624) and Claudine Vincent (born 1627)
    Claude Courtot and Claudine Vincent are 9th great grandparents of Jeff Vitter, co-host of this website vitter.org. Claude were born in Aillevanas and Claudine was born in nearby Montjustin-et-Velotte in the Haute-Saône department of Franche-Comté, France.
    Descendants of Bernard Artigues and Bernarde Perissé (last half of 1600s) of Salies-du-Salat, Haute-Garonne, France
    Descendants of Bernard Artigues and Bernarde Perissé (last half of 1600s) of Salies-du-Salat, Haute-Garonne, France
    Bernard Artigues (last half of 1600s) is a 7th great grandfather of Jeffrey S. Vitter, co-host of this website vitter org. Bernard married Bernarde Perissé from Mane, Haute-Garonne, France in 1687 in Salies-du-Salat, Haute-Garonne, France. Their 4th great grandson Ferréol Artigues (1852–1914) immigrated to New Orleans, Louisiana from Salies-du-Salat in 1870. Several other descendants immigrated to New Orleans as well, and there are many Artigues and other descendants living in New Orleans today.
    Descendants of Hugues Lambelin (1573–1677) and Marguerite Bernard (1618–1684)
    Descendants of Hugues Lambelin (1573–1677) and Marguerite Bernard (1618–1684)
    Hugues Lambelin and Marguerite Bernard are vitter.org website co-host Jeff Vitter's 9th great grandparents from the Haute-Saône region of eastern France. Hugues was born in Adelans-et-le-Val-de-Bithaine, and Marguerite was born in Montjustin and died in Luxeuil-les-Bains.
    Descendants of Jean Ferran dit Jutat (mid-1700s) and Jeanne Dourron
    Descendants of Jean Ferran dit Jutat (mid-1700s) and Jeanne Dourron
    Jean Ferran is a 5th great grandfather of Jeffrey S. Vitter, co-host of this website vitter.org. Jean married Jeanne Dourron and likely lived in Lignacq, Serres-Sainte-Marie, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France. Their great great grandson Jean Ferran dit Larneilh immigrated to New Orleans from Uzan, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France by 1893 and became a property owner/landlord.
    Descendants of Thiébaud Oval (1692–1772) and Anne Lambelin (1710–1788)
    Descendants of Thiébaud Oval (1692–1772) and Anne Lambelin (1710–1788)
    Thiébaud Oval and Anne Lambelin are vitter.org website co-host Jeff Vitter's 6th great grandparents from the Haute-Saône department of Franche-Comté, France. Anne was born in Aillevans, and they both died in nearby Borey.
    Descendants of Guillaume Simonin (Symonin) dit Le Grand Claudot (circa 1520–1584)
    Descendants of Guillaume Simonin (Symonin) dit Le Grand Claudot (circa 1520–1584)
    Guillaume Simonin (Symonin) is the 11th great grandfather of Jeff Vitter, co-host of this website vitter.org. Guillaume Simonin lived in Vaudrivillers in the Doubs department of Franche-Comté, France.
    Descendants of Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor (748–814 AD)
    Descendants of Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor (748–814 AD)
    Co-host Jeff Vitter of the website vitter.org is a 39th great grandson of Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne de Herstal. You can read a history of Charlemagne on the main webpage vitter.org/familytree.

  • Source Citations

    1. [S1000] Newspaper, Magazine, or Media Outlet.
      1943
      Audrey St. Raymond and Albert Vitter Wedding Announcement, newspaper from 1943 Document
      Audrey St. Raymond and Albert Vitter Wedding Announcement, newspaper from 1943 Document
      Audrey St. Raymond and Albert Vitter wedding announcement from, 27 Jun 1943.


    2. [S307] Family Database of Vitter-Weaver Family, Jeffrey & Sharon Vitter, (Name: Self; Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; Date: Since 1996;), A. L. & Audrey Vitter: Role Models Extraordinaires.
      Jeff Vitter's parents A. L. Jr. & Audrey (née St. Raymond) Vitter (grandparent names Père and Mimi) led accomplished lives of extraordinary service and caring for others — a legacy for generations to follow (including many Domers and a killer cookbook!).
      https://vitter.org/familytree/histories/ALandAudreyVitter.php