We have been asked many times why we do not include photos of headstones where the individual died after 1928.
We took the view when we started this project, that while we want to record the information that has been inscribed on headstones and make that information freely available, we would need to keep in mind the feelings of living decsendants and also whether the information could be used for identity fraud. While the detail is so useful for genealogy its the detail that can cause problems.
I feel sure that genealogists have realised that when asked for ‘mother’s maiden name’ its best to make it up or use a spelling variation or not publish their immediate family details and of course many institutions have now moved away from that type of security question.
As far as we are concerned its better to be safe than sorry and trust that users and contributors to the GenPals Cemetery project understand, respect and accept that this is how it is.