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1. Publisher Info

Publisher: Christian CLOT Director of publication: Christian CLOT Webmaster: CONCILIUM

2. Credits

Site design and production: CONCILIUM Hosting: o2Switch

3. Copyright (copyright)

The Publisher is the owner of this website. All content produced or made available on this site, including, but not limited to, text, graphics, photographs, illustrations and software is the property of the Publisher, licensees and content providers. . Except as expressly provided in this publication regarding a specific file, document or extract, the Publisher hereby grants the right to view, store and reproduce copies of this publication for your personal use. You agree, however, to comply with French laws on personal data, industrial protection, copyright, press and communication, as well as international treaties and agreements relating to this area and related areas. . Consequently, you are prohibited from:
  • Reproduce in whole or in part for sale, distribution, broadcast, publication and communication in any form whatsoever, the data or works protected by the copyright attached to the work or data reproduced without specific written authorization and prior notice of the holder of the copyright attached to the work or data reproduced;
  • Reuse any information for commercial or advertising purposes;
  • Introduce data on this site that would modify or be likely to modify the content or appearance of the data or works appearing on this site.
  • The copyright notices must appear on each copy of the publication, whether it is used in whole or in part.
All rights attached to copyrights remain the property of the owner.

3.1. Reproduction on electronic media

The reproduction of all or part of this site on an electronic medium is authorized subject to the addition in a clear and legible manner of the source and the mention “Rights reserved”. The information used must only be for personal, associative or professional purposes; any use for commercial or advertising purposes is excluded.

3.2. The creation of links to

The site authorizes the setting up of a hypertext link pointing to its content, subject to not using the deep link technique, i.e. the pages of the site must not be nested inside the pages of another site, but accessible by opening a window, mention the source which will point via a hypertext link directly to the targeted content, the information used must only be personal, associative or professional purposes, any use for commercial or advertising purposes is excluded. Attention ! This authorization does not apply to websites disseminating information of a controversial, pornographic, xenophobic nature or which may, to a greater extent, affect the sensitivity of the greatest number. The Publisher declines all responsibility with regard to the practices and data privacy protection policies of the sites to which we may be linked by hypertext links and urges you to read them.

4. Scope of content

The information contained on the site engages the sole responsibility of its author and cannot engage the responsibility of the Publisher. The Publisher gives no guarantee, explicit or implicit, and assumes no liability relating to the use of this publication. Under no circumstances is the Publisher or a third party involved in the creation of this site responsible, nor can it be liable to a user or another party, for direct or indirect, special, particular or incidental damages resulting from the use of this site or another site linked by a hyperlink, in particular loss of profit, interruption of business, loss of programs or other data of the user’s information management system or other , even if the Publisher is expressly informed that damages are possible. Your connection to any other external site is at your sole risk. The Publisher does not give any guarantee as to the quality, accuracy, timeliness, order or completeness of the information or documents on this site, and is not required to update any these informations. The other documents are presented for information purposes and do not bind the Publisher.

5. Protection of personal data (GDPR) is the Data Controller; they have appointed a Data Protection Officer: In accordance with the “Informatique et Libertés” Law n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 as amended and the General Data Protection Regulations (n ° 2016/679), the ANDRIVEAU Genealogical Archives inform you that they constitute data processing of a personal nature contained in sources accessible or not to the public (civil status records, population censuses, electoral lists, matriculation registers, etc.) for the needs and time strictly necessary for its genealogical research activities and this, by the services dedicated to research as part of the execution of their work. They can only be transmitted to third parties, sometimes abroad, closely linked to the exercise of this mission of the ANDRIVEAU Genealogical Archives (life insurance establishment, bank, notary, etc.) and are never transferred for commercial or marketing reasons.

5.1. Statistical data

To access certain features of the site, information may be requested, such as your e-mail address, your contact details, etc. This personal information collected online is intended for the Publisher exclusively and for non-commercial purposes. They are kept for a period of 12 months. We reserve the right to disclose personal information if required to do so by law or if action is necessary for the handling of complaints. This information first allows the processing of your possible request, and is used to establish the user profile, to personalize our website and adapt it to your particular interests. Since online forms are always completed voluntarily, you are free to refuse to complete an online form. However, if you choose not to fill it out, certain services cannot be provided to you.

5.2. Login data

Site connection data (log files) are used solely for site security (detection of possible intrusions) and to estimate general site traffic (example: the most consulted sections). These connection data are kept for one year to allow us to establish annual statistics of attendance and then they are destroyed.

5.3. Non-persistent cookies

  • What is a cookie?
A “cookie” is a small block of data sent by a web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive.
  • Why do we use cookies?
The cookies we use do not identify you. They just allow us to memorize the characteristics of a user. This is important because we have subscribers who can navigate between the public part of the web and the paid part reserved for them. The cookie here will allow a subscriber to switch from one service to another without having to re-enter their password several times.
  • Our cookies are not persistent.
As soon as you leave our website, the cookie we have generated will disappear from your computer’s hard drive. Our goal is not to recognize your machine during your subsequent consultations.
  • You can refuse cookies, our site will remain accessible to you.
By modifying your browser options, you can ask to be notified when a cookie is activated, or refuse all cookies. If you choose the latter option, our website will remain accessible to you, but if you are a subscriber, your browsing will be less comfortable. You can oppose the registration of cookies or be warned before accepting cookies, by configuring your computer as follows: For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 and 7.0:
  1. choose the ‘Tools’ menu, then ‘Internet Options’.
  2. click on the ‘Confidentiality’ tab
  3. select the desired level using the slider or click on the “advanced” button to customize your cookie management.
For Firefox:
  1. choose the “Tool” menu > “Options”
  2. click on the “Privacy” option
  3. “Cookies” section
For Netscape 6.X and 7.X:
  1. choose the “Edit” menu> “Preferences”
  2. click on “Privacy and Security”
  3. “Cookies” section
For Netscape Communicator 4.X:
  1. choose the “Edit” menu> “Preferences”
  2. click on the “Advanced” option
  3. “Cookies” section
For Opera 6.0 and beyond:
  1. choose the “File” menu> “Preferences”
  2. Privacy

5.4. Right of access

In accordance with the Law of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, you can exercise your rights of access / rectification / opposition to the processing and deletion of data concerning you: – by mail to – by email: – by phone: A complaint can be addressed to the National Commission for Computing and Liberties. In accordance with our principles, this data is never transferred to third parties for commercial or marketing reasons. The Publisher contractually undertakes to ensure the strictest confidentiality of the data thus entrusted, except by judicial injunction.

5.5. Mailing list

The email addresses collected as part of the mailing list are only used to send occasional alerts.

6. Photo credits

Rights managed: Royalty Free: No.

7. Concerns

If you believe that the publisher has not respected the above points, please let us know by sending a letter to the following address: We will then take care of identifying and correcting the problem.

8. Changes to terms and conditions

The Publisher may at any time modify these by updating this site. These modifications are binding on you and we recommend that you consult this site regularly to read the terms and conditions in force.