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Rodrigo SEPÚLVEDA SCHULZ Alexandre SEPÚLVEDA de DIETRICH Anne de DIETRICH SEPÚLVEDA de DIETRICH family
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Alexandre
SEPÚLVEDA de DIETRICH
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My paternal grandfather's branch:
Spain Chile
ÁLVAREZ, CASAS-CORDERO, CASTILLO, FUICA, JARA, MARCHANT, RAMÍREZ, REBOLLEDO, SEPÚLVEDA, TORRES
My paternal grandmother's branch:
Norway Denmark Poland Germany (Prusia) Chile
CAMPINO, von DAVELSTEIN, FROST, GEBHARDT, GLAGOW, HABERECHT, HANNIG, JARA, KLIMPKE, KORTWICH, MICHELSDATTER, PETT, RAKKEBYE, SCHULZ, SIEMSEN, SPIELHAGEN, TORRES, TZSCHABRAN, ULRICHSEN|ULRIKSEN, WIESE
My maternal grandfather's branch:
Austria Slovenia Algeria France
AUZOU, BATAILLE, BLAISE, BOURDON, CAJELOT, CARABIN, CHIROIS, CRAMPON, DÉCRION, von|de DIETRICH, DONCIEUSE, DUBOUCHET, ETIENNE, FISCHER, FLEURENT, FLORENTIN, FRANÇOIS, GEORGE, GUIARD, LAMOTTE, LEBÈGUE, LOYSEAUX, von|zu LEOBENEGG, MANNEVILLE|de MANNEVILLE|DEMANNEVILLE, MARAIS, MASSON, NOIRTIN, PAON, PHILIPPE, ROBERT, ROLIN, THOMAS, VATELOT, WALDNER, von ZWECKHENBURG
My maternal grandmother's branch:
Italy Monaco France
ARMANDO, FEDERIGI, GAZZANO, LAVAGNA, ORSI, PEYRONE, QUADRILLE
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Frequently asked Questions

What is this all about?

The purpose of this family tree is to assemble as much information about the different branches of my family as possible.
My goal is two-fold: My goal is not to document then ascending trees for those spouses who then become irrelevant to me; however, as these individuals then become ancestors of my cousins, I am delighted to include them in the tree, thus providing all relatives with a tool helping them map their own ancestry. Hence, anyone who is connected by at least one "leaf" to the tree should be included :)

What information can I contribute?

On the first 2 sets of people (direct ancestors, and direct descendants of ancestors) I look for specific information, and I wish I could receive as much of it as possible: Why is this important? Because sometime in the future, someone will try to map their own genealogy and maybe "prove" their ancestry. In order to do that, they shall need to go through archives (townhalls, churches, cemeteries, press clippings), and get a copy of an "official" document. This is why as much information as possible is very useful.

Other information I appreciate:

What about confidentiality?

By European regulation (applicable here), all nominal information that is less than 100 years old must be concealed from the general public and only disclosed on a 1:1 basis.
Hence, although this information is stored in the database, people who do not have the right password do not have access to more than the name of a person and the links of the family (father of, etc.). This ensures correct confidentiality.
I can also hide the names with an "X", but I shall do so, only after I have completed the tree, and most members of our family have had a chance to learn about the existence of the tree online.

If you believe you should be granted a password to access this site, please email me at alexandre@sepulveda.org.

Future developments

In the future, I hope to start an online library with official documentation (of course restricted in access) for each record (such as birth certificate with parents name, etc.)

That's it for now: I look forward to hearing from you very soon.


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