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The Österling/Osterling (Sweden/Perú) & Álvarez-Calderón (Spain/Perú) genealogy and its 'six degrees of separation', a collaborative multi-generational effort, which began more than a century ago, documenting branches of the family in Europe starting in the 12th century. Family members are currently located in Asia, Europe and N. and S. America. Twenty-seven generations have been documented on one branch, assigning our oldest ancestor the number 25,296,896 (Sosa-Stradonitz System) at year-end 2009. There is no connection between the Peruvian and Mexican Álvarez-Calderón families. The Peruvian Álvarez-Calderón last name dates back to the early 18th century (Spain) while the Mexican Alvarez-Calderón last name presumably dates back to the early 20th century; nevertheless both families joined the two last names in similar fashion and order: Álvarez and Calderón. 

  • Born 2 December 1916 - Lurigancho, Lima, Lima, Perú
  • Deceased 8 November 1994 - Bellavista, Callao, Peru (Hospital Naval del Peru),aged 77 years old
  • Cremated 9 November 1994 - Peruvian Shores of the Pacific Ocean
  • Peruvian Navy Officer


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  • Birth: Partida #170, Ricardo Alvarez-Calderón Olavegoya fue testigo y firmó

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João (Ribeiro) da Ponte, Barón da Ponte Ribeyro  Margarita (de la Puente) Aliaga 1838-1926 Eliseo Abelardo ("Abelardo" Flores-Chinarro) Álvarez-Calderón, 2° Conte Álvarez-Calderón (D'Italia 1872 mpr) 1847-1911 Clarisa (Iriarte) Olavegoya, Contessa 1853-1953

Luis ("Lucho" Aliaga) da Ponte Ribeiro 1875-1946 María ("Minnie" Olavegoya) Álvarez-Calderón 1883-1961

Juan Carlos ("Charlie" Álvarez-Calderón) da Ponte Ribeiro 1916-1994