ESFHS - Copyright/Cookies
East Surrey Family History Society
All information on the East Surrey Family History Society website is protected by intellectual property laws including, but not limited to, copyright law. This includes (and is not restricted to) web pages, text, images, database content, layout of pages, and the underlying code. It also applies to transcriptions where the original works are out of copyright, because in this case it is the transcription that is copyright, not the text.
You may not modify any items downloaded from this site in any way or reproduce or publicly display, perform, or distribute or otherwise use them for any public or commercial purpose, without the prior written consent of the Society.
If you would like to request permission to reproduce any materials on this website, please contact the Society Webmaster.
The Society reserves the right to take action against people who infringe copyright. Note that no one may take a copy of a page and put it online, in whole or in part, or in a modified form. We are able to recognise pages, even when the headers, footers and copyright notices have been removed, and we take action against people who infringe copyright.
Accuracy of Information
The information given on this site is subject to change at any time without notice. Whilst we take every care to keep the information on our web pages accurate, we make no warranty or representation, express or implied, about its accuracy, completeness or appropriateness for a particular purpose. Thus, you assume full responsibility for its use, and you understand and agree that neither East Surrey Family History Society as an organisation nor any of its members, transcribers, maintainers or providers are responsible or liable for any claim, loss or damage as a consequence.
This cookie statement sets out how East SurreyFHS uses and protects any information that you give us when you use this website.
There are two different types of cookies:
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