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The Swiss-Australian Tardent family history and genealogy / by Jules L. Tardent
Bib ID 2015060
Format BookBook
Author
Tardent, Jules L. (Jules Louis), 1894-1982
 
Description Southport, Qld. : J.L. Tardent, 1982 
545 p., 9 folded leaves of geneal. tables : ill. (some col.), facsims., maps, ports. (some col.) ; 22 x 31 cm. 
ISBN 0959739017
Notes

At head of title: Ormonts dessous.

Available from The Secretary, Tardent Family History Trust, 51 Broad Street, Southport, Qld. 4215.

Limited ed. of 314 signed and numbered copies.

Bibliography: p. 545.

Subjects Tardent family.  |  Tardent family. Queensland, to date  |  Queensland -- Genealogy.

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