Can you break a dead end in Ecuador?

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The only thing I know about my Great-Grandparents are their names because they were written in my baby book. There is also speculation that one family origin was Spain which lines up with the name Altamirano. There is a private family tree on MyHeritage that mentions Amelia that I can not access, picture below. Can you help me break this dead end or point me to an English speaking genealogist who is experienced in Ecuador.

Segundo Roberto Rón  and Amelia Alejandrina Altamirano had two children in Quito, Ecuador in the 1920's. Blanca (who stayed in Quito, Ecuador) and Aida (who moved to the U.S.)

  1. Aida Buenaventura Rón, my grandmother, married Edmundo Zarria in Ecuador between 1940-1942
  2. Blanca Rón


Amelia Ron (born Altamirano)

MyHeritage Family Trees Quevedo Bravo, managed by Estefanía Quevedo Bravo Father: Father's name Siblings: Miguel Ángel Altamirano and names of 3 more siblings Husband: Name of husband Children: Aida Ron Altamirano and name of one more child

WikiTree profile: Aida Zarria
in Genealogy Help by Rachael Peters G2G Crew (630 points)

1 Answer

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You can use the institutional or library edition of MyHeritage at any LDS Family History Center. You should then be able to see these family trees.
by George Fulton G2G6 Pilot (461k points)

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