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SOMERSET Parish Register Transcriptions
This document describes the Conditions of Use of Somerset Parish Register transcriptions provided by Rosemary Lockie, and published by the GENUKI service for the county of Somerset.
In general, transcription of records held by the Somerset Archive and Record Service is permitted with the proviso that any subsequent publication is free of profit. Anyone wishing to include a copy as part of a profit-making publication or distribution must apply for permission to the Somerset Archive and Record Service at Obridge Road, Taunton, Somerset, TA2 7PU United Kingdom.
PARISH REGISTER TRANSCRIPTIONS
Specifically the transcriptions published here have been made privately from fiche copies of the parish registers purchased from the Somerset Archive and Record Service who take no responsibility for their accuracy or completeness. Due to the enlightened attitude of the Somerset Archive and Record Service, anyone wishing to transcribe from fiche copies of parish records they have purchased and to publish them in machine-readable form free of charge may do so provided:
the transcripts are circulated without profit to the transcriber and with a proviso that any subsequent copying is allowed only if free of profit. Anyone wishing to include a subsequent copy as part of a profit-making publication or distribution would have to apply to Somerset Archive and Record Service for permission.
a statement to this effect is included with the posting.
a copy of the transcript is supplied (by Internet or disk) to the Somerset Archive and Record Service.
the transcriber agrees to the transcript being made available to users at the Record Office and to its re-use in Archive Service databases and distribution over the Internet or by other means. The transcriber makes no claim for copyright against any such use by the Archive and Record Service.
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