François Fardet was married in Acadie around 1745 and together they had four children:
The family was found in the Laroque census of 1752
After they were deported to France in 1758. The first ships to carry Acadians to St. Malo were from St. Jean and Ile Royale in 1758, and they were on the Queen of Spain, arriving in St. Malo November 17, 1758. Unfortunately, after the deportation, all of the children and mother died shortly after arriving in St. Malo.
He may have come to Louisbourg before 1745 to serve in the Military. He likely died in France, though we have no confirmation of this. What did he do after 50 years of age when his entire family had died?
- FARDET François, de l'evesché de Vannes, pêcheur
- PITRE Marguerite (fille de Claude Jean), femme
- FARDET Pierre, 12 ans, fils, + à l'hôpital le 19 novembre 1758
- FARDET Marie, 6 ans, fille, + à l'hôpital le 1er décembre 1758
- FARDET Angelique, 2 ans, fille, +
- FARDET Marianne, 10 ans, fille, + en mer
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