On Wednesday November 18 2020, Jacques Seché from Belgium left the following message for Diane Sechez:
"Dear Mister Robert Sechez, You will probably be surprised with this mail because my name is Jacques Seché. I think that we have some common ancestors. Perhaps have you heard from Your father Rémi about his cousin Adolphe Seché. He was my grandfather. When I was young, he told me about his trip to Antwerp (Early 1910) to drive Rémi's family to the ship for USA. After World War 1, I was told that Rémi, a U.S. Soldier, visited his Belgian family. In april 1980, in view of twinning Charleroi (Belgium) and Charleroi (USA), I went to Pennsylvania and I could meet, at last, Rémi Sechez. So, I could put the two cousins in relationship and they have been talking by phone a lot. Did you know all this? Now, as I am retired and history buff and due to confinment I made some researches. It is the way I found you. I hope you are fit and well. Let me just telle you that the Seché in Belgium are all right. The spelling difference of our names comes, according to my grandfather, from an error of the registrar at his birth. Greetings from Belgium. Truly yours. Jacques Seché"
Jacques Seché left an e-mail address and a telephone number.