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۞ Charlemagne (c.742)

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                van der Gracht

۞ Walpole (c.1600)

۞ Waterschoot, Andreas
     (c.1600)

۞ Waterschoot, Jacob
     (c.1640)

۞ Waterschoot, Various

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Copyright

I do not wish the content of this website to be subject to the strict copyright laws and processes as may exist from place to place. 

The original information from which this website (and former ones) has been constructed was initially sourced from other family members, both now deceased ... being Jean van Waterschoot and Harry Waterschoot.  I retain printed copies of this information should anyone seek detail.

What now appears in some form or other is mostly of my undertaking ... with advice and input from many other family members and interested parties.

The original data from Jean covered approximately 200 to 250 persons (with some errors).
My present holding now exceeds 1,800 persons.

As such, and apart from the individual efforts and personal knowledge provided, all else is in the public domain.  Meaning, it has existed on previous websites, can be compiled (sometimes with much effort) from online databases such as Genlias and Zeeuws Archief in The Netherlands, or has been provided.

As such, I do not believe I can lay any direct copyright claim to this material.

HOWEVER, should anyone wish to use the information I have aggregated, I would very much appreciate acknowledgement of myself and this source. 

Additionally, I would appreciate you advising myself that you are using some of this material, as it is possible you may have information that may just answer one or more of the many questions yet to be resolved.

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