Welcome

This is the website of the Dutilh Family Foundation

The Dutilh family originates from Aquitaine, the French Region located in the South West of the country, in particular from places like Bearn and Orthez. Until to date this is the region where most Dutilh’s are living.

The Dutch Dutilh family descends from Clairac, the city which its ancestors left in around 1700. At present around ninety descendants live around the world, but most of them still live in The Netherlands, with a large number in both Rotterdam and Amsterdam.

In 1962 the Dutch family established the Dutilh Family Foundation, with three main objectives:

  1. Maintain and support the interaction between members of the family
  2. Stimulate collection and preservation of family heritage
  3. Create a better understanding of the family history

This website is one of the tools to achieve those objectives.

Dutilhiteiten

Dutilhiteiten 2018 has been published

On January 1st the 50th edition of the family-magazine, Dutilhiteiten 2018, has been issued. This volume contains amoungs others a report on the family-gathering in Clairac, held in July 2017.

Dutilhiteiten special USA July 2014

Family Events

Clairac gathering has been immense success

This article appeared in the journal SudOuest on Monday July 29th, and reports on the gathering in Clairac, which lasted from Friday 21 till Sunday 23 July.

Sebastiaan Dutilh met Cut_ genomineerd voor 3FM Talent Award 2017

Sebastiaan Dutilh, die samen met Belle Doron het duo Cut_ vormt, is genomineerd voor de 3FM Talent Award 2017. Onlangs werd dit Amsterdamse elektronica-duo nog opgepikt door verschillende toonaangevende muziekblogs als Hypemachine. Zij hadden al een tijdje door dat Cut_ eigenlijk gewoon een übercoole act is om in de gaten te houden, en dat terwijl ze gewoon uit Nederland komen! Als ze op het podium staan, nemen de relaxte vocalen van Belle en de hypnotiserende beats van Sebastiaan je mee naar een wereld die Cut_ heet; een wereld waar je heel graag wat langer zou willen blijven.

Helaas hebben Sebastiaan en Belle de Award niet gewonnen.

Featured Portrait

Maria Catharine Dutilh-Carlen (1715-1776). More portraits in the Portrait Gallery.