Nadau de Blonval
Adolphe Nadau de Blonval was the first Nadau de Blonval in Trinidad, arriving there in 1880. It is believed that he was born in France in 1858 and lived in Paris. He was educated in Mathematics and languages so in order to make living, he opened a school for boys in the St Anns area of Port of Spain. He later met Josephine Jelleret, a boarding student whose family lived in Barbados. After some years in Trinidad, Adolphe decided that there were better opportunities in Venezuela and moved the family there. Adolphe and Josephine had six children. His youngest daughter was Josephine. Josephine moved to Trinidad where she married Joseph André Tardieu. The family lived in Port of Spain, Trinidad.
The Nadau de Blonval family tree shows eleven generations. Most reside in Venezuela and Trinidad but many have moved around the world, to the US, Canada, Australia, UK and elswhere.
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The historic info above is taken from:
Agostini, David - The Ancestors