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I found a photo of a relative on Find A Grave, can I use it?
It is so much easier to correct mistakes if you CITE ME AS YOUR SOURCE.
Photos posted to memorials on Find A Grave are copyrighted by the member who submitted the photos. Lifting the photo to use elsewhere would be a violation of copyright. You must obtain written permission from the member to use any photo for your own use. In general if you did not take the photo yourself, you do not hold the copyright to the photo
I am ever searching for my ancestors. Both our families are 12 generation Americans, some 13! Most German, Dutch and Native American. Surnames: Bechtel, Bechdel, Keffer, Keefer, DeHaas, Van Houten, Rohrbach ,Strouss, Houser, Lozier, Losier, Le Sueur Begraft, Slot. I have always been seeking their old headstones and cemeteries so I started "collecting" photos years ago. Now, I finally have a place to help people find those long lost graves. I am earnestly trying to photograph the numerous very old graves scattered about my area of Central Pennsylvania. Many a brave pioneer family headstone will be lost to ravages of time. I've been known to commit various acts of genealogy kindness. Willing to headstone hunt in Union, Snyder, Northumberland, Lycoming and parts of Centre Counties. Contact me with any ?s, corrections or requests. Presently trying to start getting all the churches to transcribe their records for better availability as well as historical document preservation techniques. Help is needed. If you see my name on a cemetery photo, then it is accessible to me and I may have more information, feel free to ask. IF I HAVE ENTERED OR PHOTOGRAPHED YOUR ANCESTORS, You can write me, nicely, please, and I can give you "ownership" of their memorial here! Follow the guidelines and I need the memorial # and your member number in a private message- please not on my bio page. That is for thank you's etc. I a member of the DAR, a proud member of the Colonial Dames of the 17th Century State President and member of the John Hand Chapter and the Shikelimo DAR chapter, Senior re-organizing President of The Regina Hartman Society of The Children Of The American Revolution. I have been an active living history presenter for the past 26 years. A gunner of and member of Coren's Independent Artillery with the Continental Lines/ British Brigade. A Living history presenter with focus on Revolutionary War and late 18th c early 19th century Pennsylvania, various class portrayals, laundress, street cryer, tapes weaving, letter writing, representing everyday life in colonial American ancestry.