TARDIF Olivier

TARDIF Olivier

M vers 1601 - 1665  (~ 64 années)

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  • Nom TARDIF Olivier 
    Naissance vers 1601  Étables,07300,Ardèche,Rhône-Alpes,FRANCE, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
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    Sépulture 28 jan 1665  Château-Richer,,Capitale-Nationale,Quebec,CANADA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
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    • ! <http://www.biographi.ca/009004-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=407>Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online1000-1700 (Volume I)LETARDIF, OLIVIER, interpreter, head clerk of the Compagnie des Cent-Associ?s, judge of the court of the seigneury of Beaupr?; b. c. 1604 in Brittany, in the diocese of Saint-Brieuc, d. 1665 at Ch?teau-Richer. Letardif was at Quebec from at least 1621 on, since he signed the report of the meeting of leading citizens in that year; his presence is then noted from time to time until 1629. By that date he was an assistant clerk for the de Ca?ns;?experienced? in the Montagnais, Algonkian, and Huron languages, he served also as an interpreter. In July 1629, acting on behalf of Fran?ois Grav? Du Pont, who was ill, he handed over the keys of the Habitation to Lewis Kirke. We find him inQuebec again in 1633, promoted to be head clerk of the Cent-Associ?s, and fulfilling the functions of interpreter or witness as required. It was at this period that Letardif collaborated in the missionary effort: he supported the Jesuits andacted as godfather to Indians; he even administered baptism and, following Champlain?s example, adopted three young Indians. In May 1637 he received, jointly with Jean Nicollet (who shortly thereafter became his brother-in-law), the tract called Belleborne on the outskirts of Quebec (a commoner?s grant of 160 acres). In April 1646 he acquired one-eighth of the seigneury of Beaupr?. On becoming a member of the Compagnie de Beaupr?, with the title ?general and special procurator,?hemade a score of grants in the years 1650 and 1651. Then in 1653 Letardif gave up his Belleborne property, which was to become the castellany of Coulonge, and obtained land at Ch?teau-Richer, where he settled. From this time onward, until 1659, it would appear that he exercised the functions of seigneurial judge of Beaupr?; his ?premature senility? apparently caused him to neglect his duties.On 13 April 1662 he sold his fief in the seigneury of Beaupr?. This former colleague of the de Ca?ns, of Grav? Du Pont, of Champlain,and of the Jesuit Paul Le Jeune died at Ch?teau-Richer in January 1665, and was buried there on the 28th of that month. Letardif?s first wife, whom he married on 3 Nov. 1637, was 13-year-old Louise Couillard, daughter of Guillaume Couillard. Left a widower in November 1641, he married Barbe Esmard, widow of Gilles Michel and sister-in-law of Zacharie Cloutier, at La Rochelle on 16 May 1648. Only one child is known to have been born of the first marriage; three more followed from the second. Olivier Le Tardif is the forefather of the Letardifs or Tardifs of North America.Marcel TrudelASQ, Documents Faribault, passim; Registre A, passim.; Seigneuries, III, 10; S?minaire VI, passim; XXXV, 25A, 27?27L; XXXVI, 1, 11; XXXVII, 3, 4. Champlain, Works (Biggar), V, 95, 209; VI, 62?63. Du Creux, History (Conacher), I, 176, 319,359. JR (Thwaites). Jug. et d?lib. P.-G. Roy, Inv. concessions, I, passim. Sagard, Histoire du Canada (Tross), I, 83. A.-?mile Ducharme, ?Olivier Le Tardif,? SGCF M?moires, XII (1961), 4?20. Archange Godbout, ?Origine d?Olivier Le Tardif,? SGCF M?moires, IX (1958), 151. Am?d?e-E. Gosselin, ?Olivier Letardif, juge-pr?v?t de Beaupr?,? RSCT, 3d ser., XVII (1923), sect.i, 1?16. L?on Roy, ?La famille Michel-dit-Taillon,? BRH, LII (1946), 373?79.
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    Famille 1 COUILLARD Louise,   d. 1647 
    Mariage 3 nov 1637  Quebec,62020,Capitale-Nationale,Quebec,CANADA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
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    ID Famille 391206U  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau de famille

    Famille 2 EMARD Barbe Madeleine,   b. 3 août 1625, Niort,79000,Deux-Sèvres,Poitou-Charentes,FRANCE,France Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. Quebec,62020,Capitale-Nationale,Quebec,CANADA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
    Mariage 16 mai 1648  La Rochelle,17000,Charente-Maritime,Poitou-Charentes,FRANCE, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
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    Enfants 
     1. TARDIF Barbe Delphine,   n. 28 mai 1649, Quebec,62020,Capitale-Nationale,Quebec,CANADA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. 4 fév 1702, Château-Richer,,Capitale-Nationale,Quebec,CANADA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  (âge 52 années)
    Dernière modif. 24 mars 2019 
    ID Famille 391203U  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau de famille

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    Lien Google MapNaissance - vers 1601 - Étables,07300,Ardèche,Rhône-Alpes,France, Lien Google Earth
    Lien Google MapMariage - 3 nov 1637 - Quebec,62020,Capitale-Nationale,Quebec,CANADA, Lien Google Earth
    Lien Google MapMariage - 16 mai 1648 - La Rochelle,17000,Charente-Maritime,Poitou-Charentes,France, Lien Google Earth
    Lien Google MapSépulture - 28 jan 1665 - Château-Richer,,Capitale-Nationale,Quebec,Canada, Lien Google Earth
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