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5 thoughts on “Copyright”
Dear Vicki – I don’t know where you obtained your drawing of ‘agricultural labourers’ as depicted on the web, so I don’t know to whom it ‘belongs’ to ask permission to use it in my own written Family History. Can you help me in this? Regards – Jannita
Sorry for the long delay, I can’t find where I got the photo from, which is actually very bad of me, as I should have cited a source. I know I googled “Agricultural Labourers” images, and found it that way. I will keep searching, as I do need to acknowledge where I got it from anyway. Thanks. Cheers.
I just had another longer look through the images under Agricultural Labourers England 18th century, and other variations, and I can only find that picture once
and it basically sites my blog. It’s a bit of a worry, as it seems to me that it has taken my information and put it against that image where I wasn’t actually the person responsible for the image. I don’t want to take someone else’s work as my own, so I am quite concerned. I can only check it out further, but am running out of ideas. I didn’t realise that when you use images for example on a blog, they are then on google, unders images of some kind, as I found some of my own copies of certificates and records that I own, and put them up there. So it’s a bit of a learning experience for me. Sorry I can’t help further, but now I am wondering if that means that other images, and their sources, might not necessarily be the original source? Does that make sense. In other words if someone else has used the image as well, does it then mean their information is found attached to that image? I really don’t know. But am going to go back and check on images I forgot to apply sources to and rectify where I can.
Is it all right for me to post some of your photos in my family tree ie Thomas Leslie Heneker and Doris Ethel and her children as long as i give you credit for the original photos.
James Heneker( b 1850) is my great grandfather. We made contact a little while ago when you looked for my grandmother Grace Hilda Heneker.
Harold Boddy (hnb13)
Hi Harold. Of course you can. Have many more just need to get onto blog and post them. Hope you are doing well. CHEERS Vicki