I posted that short message and I thought I had deleted after putting it up. I know the rules and abide by them. Yesterday, I put up a profile of William Jackson Stephenson(Stephenson-5714) and his wife Polly Perkins(11592). I use FamilySearch most of the time because it is easy to just copy the source information and paste it, but a lot of time I have trouble finding what I am looking for like a census record,so I go to Ancestry,Com,which I subscribe to and find the information that I am looking for. I found a picture at Ancestry.Com of both William Jackson Stephenson and his wife Polly Perkins. Someone puts the pictures up and four or five people copy it and post it to their tree. I didn't download the pictures and post it on Wikitree because of your rules.
I have contacted Ancestry.Com in the past to ask if I could use a picture and I was given permission to use to do so There is a picture of my second great Aunt Sarah Elizabeth Stephenson Ratliff(Stephenson-5254) at Ancestry.com. It was put up and several people got it and put it on their tree. The picture of Sarah Elizabeth Stephenson Ratliff at Ancestry.Com comes from a book called "From Salt Pork to Sirloin, A History of Baylor County,Texas." Knowing Wikitree rules,I contacted a woman at Baylor County,Texas Historical Museum. I asked her if she was connected to the Baylor County,Texas Historical Society and if could I use the picture which was published by the historical society.She said, "yes"to the first question and she said,"I don't see why not." to the second question. So, I have put the picture of Sarah Elizabeth Stephenson Ratliff on her Wikitree profile.
There is a picture of my Sylvester Brown Stephenson's Civil War commander at the Huntsville-Madison County Digital Library online that I wanted to use. I called the lady and asked if I could use the picture and she told me I would have to fill out a form which she send through the computer. Not being a computer expert and not having a printer cartridge, I had to give up on getting the picture of Captain John James Ward who was killed near Atlanta,Georgia in 1864. I don't think anyone else in the world would want that picture except me and I couldn't get it.
Russel, I do thank you for the copyright information. The information of who,what,where,and when was very helpful.