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Promenading in Brighton, 1879, and not taking much notice of the sea (from The Graphic).

Privacy Policy of the Randolph Caldecott Soc UK

Data Protection

Anyone who enquires about membership of the Society is sent information which includes a letter about Data Protection and a form to be completed and returned to our Treasurer.  To view this letter & form (you will need Acrobat Reader on your PC), click DATAPROT.PDF .

Website and Email Privacy

Our Website does not collect data about the individuals who access it, nor does it send "cookies" to your computer.  But we do use software which counts the number of visitors, and other software which tries to identify what countries are accessing the site.  To see if it is correct about where you are, visit this URL and check that your country is among those listed as currently logged on:
More information about this software is given at
If you contact us by email, our email software automatically saves your message, and also stores your email address when we reply to you.  This information is not on the WWW but on a PC.  We may note, with your email address, the name as shown in your email and that you have shown interest in a particular aspect mentioned on this website.  Unless you specifically request otherwise, we might very occasionally send you a subsequent email about this - because we would, of course, like you to join the Society if you haven't already done so.
If you use the "Search" facility on this website (accessed from the "Search" button at the top of every page), the word/s you searched for are logged by the search engine and reported to us at weekly and monthly intervals.  This can help us to improve the website, by ensuring that relevant info is easy to find and that irrelevant info is removed.  The Search engine does not store any info about who asked the questions.

Caldecott Family Tree

The "Caldecott Pedigree" is a paper document, reproduced on this website in 4 parts as .gif images.  We receive numerous enquiries about Caldecott ancestors, and we wish to make the information which we have more accessible, in particular so that users can use the "Search" facility to find specific names.  As far as we know, if people named in the Pedigree have died, then no permission is needed to show their name, dates of birth/marriage/death, and how they are related to parents, siblings etc.  But the sources of such details may have Copyright restrictions, and for this reason -
all Family Tree information on this website may only be used for personal and non-commercial research purposes.

For those people named in the Pedigree who are still alive, we believe that the Data Protection Act applies in the same way as for any other "personal details".  We therefore try to ensure that permission is obtained from the person concerned before putting Family Tree info about them onto this website.  If at any time you find that we have included you without your permission, and you are unhappy to be included, please let us know. (It could happen, for example, that a child was included because a parent provided the data, but 20 years later the child, now an adult, does not wish their date of birth to be published.)

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Questions or comments about this web site?  E mail  with "Caldecott" included in the "Subject" line of your message.  (Sorry, but to protect ourselves from SPAM we have to ask you to type email addresses and subjects manually.)
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