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Subject: [Q-R] [Fwd: Tardy/Levesque]
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 20:29:15 -0400
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I am trying to find the parents and birth place of Joesph Tardif (he was
married with the anglicized name John Tardy, perhaps his name was Jean
Tardif in French?). Joesph married Marie Levesque (she was married with
the anglized name Mary Bishop) in Benedicta Maine in July 1874. Sadly,
no parents name were listed on the marriage
Joesph and Marie had the following children
Henry Patrick Tardie born 1877 (possibly born in ME) <- my G
William(Willie) Tardy born 1878 (possibly born in Maine)
John Tardy born 1885 (we can confirm his birthplace
Albert "Frank" Tardy born 1887 (born in MN, the family followed
the timber industry)
Hannah "Ann" Georgiann Tardy born 1896 (she also was born in Minnesota)
Marie Levesque's genealogy line is done. She was on born Dec. 9 1857
at Saint Basile, Madawaska NB. Her parents were Hypolite Levesque who
(Eliza) Deschenes. Feb. 21 1854 Saint Basile, Madawaska NB.
Both Marie and Joseph (he died in 1934) are buried in Brainerd, MN.
Any tidbit of information is appreciated.
I am happy to do lookups for the following:
The Repertoire Des Marriages for Kamouraska 1685 to 1990.
The Tardif's of North America (1993 edition).
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