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Talibard family page


Francois Jean Marie Talibard

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Origins of surname

This is a name found in the Cotes d'Armor department of north Brittany and, in variations of spelling, elsewhere in France. It has its origins in the Germanic Talaberht, from tal = valley and berht = brillant.

Early records

The name is one of many to come to Jersey from Ploeuc-sur-Lie and neighbouring communes in Cotes d'Armor. Many farmworkers travelled from there to the island in the second half of the 19th century in search of better jobs than they could find at home, and some settled. The family tree linked to below traces its ancestry back through Saint Carreuc, a near neighbour of Ploeuc.


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