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Jules Louis Tardent (1894–1982)

The Queensland Division wishes to record the deaths of several well-known retired members of the Institute during 1982:

J. (Jules) Tardent (1894–1982): Formerly Forest Ranger and Inspector with the Queensland Department of Forestry, Jules passed away in November 1982. Jules had a long and colourful career which began at Gallipoli and extended through a variety of areas within the Department. Since his retirement in 1960, Jules has been involved in writing his family's history, a job he completed prior to his death. The book is currently at the publishers.

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'Tardent, Jules Louis (1894–1982)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 22 June 2024.

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9 April, 1894
Roma, Queensland, Australia


November, 1982 (aged 88)
Queensland, Australia

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