|Amy Hahn (#48245137)|
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|Glenn Harris||Added note|
If you can't get access to a memorial for whatever reason, if it's immediate family you can always go through the administrators to see if you can get resolution and if it's not an "immediate" relative, please don't create a new memorial. It destroys the credibility and integrity of the site and a lot of us put a lot of effort into making this site a valuable asset to both the memories of our loved ones and genealogical research.
|Glenn Harris||RE: Lorrne Hahn|
It will be a learning experience for you on what you can and can't do and unless you pay to "sponsor" a page you'll be limited in the number of photos you can put on the memorial but the first step is to gain access to control of the memorial so you control the content. That happens if you can have the person who actually created the memorial (in this case me) transfer it to your control, which I will do here in a minute or if you create it yourself. You'll find some people are more willing to transfer than others and while I will transfer ANY memorial that isn't related to me to someone who is a relative, the guidelines only require it be done for immediate family (ie: parents and grandparents, childen and grandchildren)not cousins, aunts,uncles, etc. Unless stipulated, photos are the property of the person who took them (or owned them)and there are some copywrite issues with newspaper publications, obituaries, etc. so it's a good idea to always include the source to give credit. Also, as a side note, deleting a photo from a page and then reposting it under your own name is considered bad taste and is a copywrite violation. While the software links only parents and children there are ways to extend that through the bio section. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at at firstname.lastname@example.org as I'm retired and don't mind helping out.
|Barb in Minnesota||RE: Re: Lorne Hahn|
No, Amy, I am not related to Lorne Hahn. My relative in the Oak Hill cemetery is Fred Siegel. Sorry.
|Glenn Harris||Lorrne Hahn|
Would you like me to transfer control of your father's memorial over to you. I would be more than happy to. I take pictures and create memorials to put them in but when possible, I prefer the people who loved them to have the say in what goes into the.
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