An international directory of grave monuments

Grave monument directories are available for the following countries (show all countries):

Key features

  1. FREE images taken by volunteers (can you help?)
  2. Find out how to do things on this website
  3. View all the images you have requested
  4. Search for a specific name
  5. Search for a specific cemetery
  6. Search text within the notes held against each person
  7. List all different surnames
  8. List all different maiden names
  9. List all different family names
  10. List all records for a surname
  11. List all records for a maiden name
  12. List all records for a family name
  13. List all name records for a particular village / town / city
  14. List all family relationships mentioned on a monument.
  15. List all cemeteries and graveyards.
  16. List all war memorials.
  17. List all photographed cemeteries within a region.
  18. List all details recorded for a specific monument.
  19. List people who have died in different ways.
  20. List cemeteries to be added to GPR.
  21. List frequently asked questions (FAQ).
  22. List other genealogical sites.
  23. List comments / feedback / help requests.
  24. List what new on the website.
  25. Add extra information to the images you have requested

GPR statistics

There are now:

within GPR.

Many graves now have more than one photo.

In the last 3 years over 80,000 people
requested images for over 130,000 monuments.
No charge was made for any of them.

Latest war memorial added

War Memorial
Frostenden
Suffolk
England
War Memorial
Added on 17 October 2017

Photographed and indexed by John Lock

Latest News

October 2017

New modification and error correction lists

The new modifications system has now been created.

This new system lists all the modifications that have been made to the GPR website.

The new error correction list shows details of the latest corrections to the GPR database.

September 2017

World War I 1917 warship wreck found

The GPR has a photo of the only body recovered from the loss of the destroyer HMS Pheasant on 1st March 1917.

Midshipman Reginald Alexander Cotter drowned when the destroyer was thought to have struck a mine off Rora Head close to the Old Man of Hoy, Orkney. The German submarine U80 had laid mines in the area on 21st January 1917. All of HMS Pheasant's crew of eighty nine died and only Reginald Cotter's body was recovered. He was twenty years old.

The wreck has been located during an archaeological maritime survey in August 2017 using multi-beam sonar. The wreck is protected as a designated vessel under the Protection of Military Remains Act 1986.

You can see details of his grave monument which is in the Lynes Naval Military Cemetery.

Oldest grave monument

A grave monument for someone buried in 1311 has now been added to the GPR.

This is for Sir Robert Du Bois whose monument is inside St Andrew Church, Fersfield, Norfolk.

Sir Robert Du Bois