Articles are prepared in good faith using material available at the time. Some information will have been superseded by subsequent further research. Older articles should be considered as a starting point for research.
Please ensure that, where an article is used to inform your research, it is cited in your references.
Persons who use information about living people from history archives have a duty, under data protection legislation, not to use that information in a way which may cause distress or damage to them.
You should also be aware that, just because information is in the public domain, it does not necessarily make it lawful for you to make it public. Personal information is not covered by the Open Government Licence and may also be subject to copyright.
Licence: Attribution-NonCommercial [CC BY-NC]
This licence lets others remix, tweak, and build on the MOSHRS material non-commercially, and although their new works must acknowledge MOSHRS and be non-commercial, they do not have to license their derivative works on the same terms.