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DeCouto Family Bermuda


A gathering of DeCoutos from the USA and other places on the occasion of Janice's wedding to Robert Host, Earth Day 2000.


Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Host!

Mr. and Mrs. Host

Janice and Rob's wedding reception at the Elbow Beach Hotel on the south shore of Bermuda. Janice DeCouto became Mrs. Robert Host at 4PM Sat 22 April (Earth Day) 2000, at Christ Church in Warwick Parish. Jan and Rob give their hearfelt thanks for all those that made this day a Very Special Day.


Bridal PartyClik here for enlargement



DeCouto brothers together in Bermuda 2000

The DeCouto Boys. Together again after all these years. A very rare photograph of these gentlemen.
From L-R, Ernest, Roddy, Jerry and Tony. ( 22 Apr 2000)

Thanx to Craig Faries for emailing his digital reception photos!


"Ernest's 75th Birthday, DeCouto Style"

Cut the cake!

  Ernest, Phyllis, Janice, Marcia

Jan and Rob have an anniversary soon (April 22)


As this page is under development, more details will be forthcoming. family members are strongly urged to edit and contribute! Meanwhile, here's some links courtesy of Douglas SJ DeCouto's website:


DeCouto brothers unite for rare photo op Ernest Roderick Jerry and Anthony April 2000

DeCoutos Around the World is for family members to share photos, news, events and announcements, home videos, art, music, links to favorite web pages and sites, family history, geneology, kid's pages (that they can make themselves), bad jokes, good recipes ... whatever we want!

Web site design and consulting is available at no charge to the family regarding basic html, domain name registration and how to do it free or very cheap. Contact Mark, the webmaster.


The domain name registration and web hosting service that I recommend to my clients is They are available by phone 24/7 to help you solve any problem related to your web hosting and domain name.

new! Decouto Family Blog! (feb 2012)

With this site, each branch of the family tree can have ther own pages as mentioned above, so.... break out those old boxes of photos, go down to the local elctronics store and get a scanner ( $50-100), read the simple directions and start archiving those valuable ( and increasingly fragile!) pix on to a reliable hard drive, then back 'em up on cdw, thumbdrive, dvd (anything that'll last a few hundred years). Even better, use online services like Flikr, Picassa web, so you can access your images from anywhere.
Scan the photos for storage at the highest possible quality, then convert copies to 72 dpi (dots per inch resolution). That's a manageable file size to send pix as an email attachment. To publish on the net, that's as good as it gets (for now). OR snail mail a thumbdrive to:
Mark DeCouto
P.O. Box 481031
Los Angeles  CA 90048