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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback|
|This is a very special service and I tha||This is a very special service and I thank you so much or providing it. Providing resources such as this is significant personally and culturally. |
|this is a fantastic idea, and is an inva||this is a fantastic idea, and is an invaluble aid to tracing surviving gravestones|
|Many thanks||A great resource and the reply to my email was very prompt. Excellent site and extremely comprehensive and easy to follow links.|
|BREMNER||John Bremner 1852 - 1925||Hi Charles
Thank you so much for providing this image. I live in Queensland, Australia, so my chances of visiting Wick are for the moment just a wee way off. My mother was born a More, in Wick just before the family emigrated to Canada. Your image has provided some vital information on my Great Grandfathers family. Thanks to your research and generosity, another mystery has been solved!
Once again, Charles, thank you for your generosity of spirit, time and expense.
|BROOKING||On a trip to England last summer, my fir||On a trip to England last summer, my first ever visit to your beautiful country, I was unable to get to this cemetery to see the grave marker of my ancestor. Your photo of the grave marker has helped me immensely. Thank you so much for this, and for all your work on this website!|
|BURROWS||MARY ANN BURROWS||I would just like to say thanks so much for putting in all the time and effort to provide this service. I was amazed to find that something like this existed. Very grateful for your help and quick response. |
|CLARK||MARTHA CLARKE/CLARK||Many thanks for the emailed copy of the headstone of Martha Clark. Very clear and much appreciated|
|DALTON||Many thanks||Many thanks for a wonderful resource for family history researchers. So far I have only searched the Coventry cemeteries and have found quite a few of my ancestors, hope I'm as lucky with other counties|
|DE LACY||MIRIAM DE LACY||This is in fact the headstone for John Gibbs husband of Edith Ellen Gibbs. It also commemorates their son Eustace de Lacy Gibbs (Sonnie) and his daughter Constance(Connie) and his mother-in-law Miriam de Lacy. Edith died in South Africa in 1961 aged 96.|
|FAIRBAIRN||Incredible resourse - MAJAURY FAIRBAIRN||Thank you so much for documenting all that you do. To be able to find this kind of information is absolutely invaluable to families and their heritage. |
|HALL||Thanks||Thank you for the prompt service and for taking the time to go out and photograph the gravestones in the first place. It must be a labour of love and is really appreciated by myseldf undertaking family history research.|
|JONES||MAYBURY JONES||many thanks, it wasn,t untill I took a visit to the Llangollen Museum that I knew anything of this linked name and I saw for the first time a picture of my grandad who died France 1916 and now your kindnes has helped me more|
|LEAKE||General Robert MARTIN LEAKE||General Robeet MARTIN LEAKE b:. 1783 Coddenham, Suffolk d: 187. Death registered Sep Q 1873 at Godstone, Surrey|
|MACDONALD||Thankyou||I looked in Dean cemetery & could't find it,will try again.I have some photos from waipu in N.Z.(N.I.) of the Rev.Norman Mcleod quite a history to the family.If you are interested let me know.Regards Bob Whiteside.|
|MACDONALD||Gravestone photo||Many thanks for quick response and copy of photo.This service is fantastic for people researching family history/connections and it is rare to find one that provides this sort of info for free.Will visit the site again and highly recommend to others.Thanks again|
|MACDONALD||MACDONALD/MACKENZIE||As I live in Queensland, Australia I find it to be a wonderful source of graveyard photos. Charles, you have a great site here. Congratulations to you and all the other people who find and take the photos. Cheers |
|MACDONALD||Thank you so much for a fantastic servic||Thank you so much for a fantastic service. My thanks to your wonderful volunteers. When you live on the other side of the world like I do in New Zealand it is not always easy to find such far away records. |
|MACDONALD||MACDONALD||Your website is brilliant. Living in Queensland Australia the photos on your site have helped find answers to many questions. Thank you.|
|MACDONELL||MACDONELL OF GLENGARRY||Thanks ever so much for the photograph - The ancestor in England who helped pay for the refurbishment would be Mr. Hiley I think - when that work was being carried out, I was unaware of my connection to the family.|
|MACDOUGALL||Macdougall gravestone||Many thanks for the prompt response to my request for a high definition photo of my family gravestone. It gives me much more information than I previously had sourced and adds to the history of my ancestors James Macdougall, his wife Susanna Robinow Macdougall and their children.|
|MACE||Request for copy of photo of Trafalgar Mace gravestone||Hello
I sent you a request for the photo of the grave of Trafalgar Mace at Heacham, Nfk, perhaps a month ago, but don't seem to have had a reply or the photo so far. I check my Spam folder and Inbox daily.
Could you kindly let me know if you've sent the photo so that I can investigate further to see where it's got to? I appreciate all the hard work you invest in your site and in this wonderful photo request service. It's a firm recommendation to friends and to members of the family history society I help to run.
Many thanks in advance.
Sharon .... more|
|MACGREGOR||Many Thanks Indeed Mr Sale||"It is the MacGregor i was looking for"
A superb service for researchers and alike.
This type of service requires 100% dedication which shows very clearly in the results received.
You even took the time to write a personal comment to me regarding Lieutenant Col W.W MacGregor
Many thanks indeed for all your help.
With warmest regards,
|MACINNES||Municipal Cemetery Kiel||Hi, I think the MacInnes graves on the Keil, Perthshire page are actually on Skye in the Kilchrist (Cill Chriosd)church yard. Some of the other names e.g Anderson are too.
|MACK||Arthur Paston Mack||Many thanks Charles....I was so happy to find my GGranddfather's name on a burial memorial. My granddaughters found it very interesting particularly with the Gallipoli Centenary celebrations at their
schools, here in Western Australia. I will definitely travel to Norfolk to visit this site. Once again thank you.......Helen Cerini|
|MACKAY||What a superb resource||this site is already a superb resource for those wishing to research their family history. In time it will become even better. The response from Charles Sale was fast and helpful. Thank you.|
|MACKENZIE||Thanks||Just to say thankyou to all the voluteers who have helped to compile this website. It is a long way for me to travel to take the photographs for myself.|
|MACKENZIE||Congratulations||What an excellent service you and your photographers provide. I have only just been introduced to the site and will use it again.|
|MACKENZIE||My Fathers Family||I have traced 147 relations of my Father. I have printed out, Issue One, the first 118 names and given a copy to the Gairloch Heritage Museum. I am in the process of printing out Issue Two which is now up to 147 names. I have a problem in identifying modern day relations. Do you know of any possible relations around that may be able to assist. Kindest Regards, Roderick Mackenzie|
|MACKIE||Isabella||Isabella was the daughter of Rebeccca and Peter Stewart Mackie. she married George William Linsley.|
|MACKINNON||Grave photo||Thank you so much for the quick response for large image. perfect!|
|MACKINNON||Received picture of grave marker||Thank you for the picture. I receive it this morning. This was so quick and easy. The picture was beautiful. Thank you so much. Clare Yeakle|
|MACKIRDY||Thanks||Thanks for your prompt reply in sending photo of war grave which I hope to visit some time in the future. Through the war graves commission I discovered my uncle is buried in a cemetery in Ostend which I have visited.|
|MACKRILL||Thank You||A massive Thank You to the many people who have made this site a goldmine for those of us who live in different countries around the World. I live in Australia & you have made me a very happy family researcher. So glad I stumbled upon this web site. I will return very soon.
Mackrill's from Lincolnshire UK|
|MACKRILL||Thanks||Hi Team, would like to thank all those involved in bring this site to life, it is wonderful to see the names & headstones of my family.
Other surnames would be Abey or Abbeys.
Cheryl Mackrill Williams|
|MACLAGAN||Great service||A very useful service. The online information and quick response time for images has been very useful to my research.|
|MACLEAN||great grandfather||Thank you for the photo that I think may be of my great grandfathers grave. Thank you also for all the work that must have gone into this project. Regards Wendy|
|MACLEOD||Small Error in your references||Angus Macleod grave monument: legible names and details
Angus Macleod 27 1870 1897 first name on monument Braes Died at London.
Roderick A Macleod 77 1828 1905 not given of Angus Macleod Free Church Elder Inverasdale.
Christina Macleod nee Forbes 91 1849 1940 not given of Angus Macleod Wife of Roderick A. Macleod
Roderick actually died on 30 October 1906 not 1905 as you have in your database. I have confirmed this by viewing the record of his death on Scotlands People, the government's website.
Many thanks for your photo and the valuable resource that you provide. It help to add colour to family research.
|MACNAMARA||Thanks||Wow...this is an awesome site and I want to thank you so much for providing the instant access to the photo I requested. Do you have any information on the burials or is this just for photos? |
|MACNEIL||Fantastic service||Thankyou so much for providing me with the images requested. Your website is fascinating and is a wonderful tool to help with family trees. I was very surprised and pleased to receive a personal reply to my request. Thankyou so much for your help. |
|MACNEIL||Fantastic website||What an absolute treasure your website is. Prompt, personal service and the images were very very and high quality. Many thanks for helping me discover Jonathan and Kate MacNeils resting place.|
|MACPHERSON||excellent service||I have been trying to find family for a while now and a friend suggested I look at your site and there was my family. I couldn't believe it. I am certainly going to try and do some photos for the site even if its my own family graves.
I am researching Ernest Macpherson and his father Alfred Abel Macpherson who passed away in 1954 in Surrey area
Very good resource thankyou team|
|MACQUAKER||Your Website||What a fabulous website! Wonderful resources. Thank you for all the hard work you do. It truly is amazing and so very much appreciated. |
|MACRAE||Fabulous Resource!||Thank you for providing me with something I have not had all of my 56 years - the knowledge of my grandparents and great grandparents. Without this website, I would never have known them or where they were. To actually have photographs of my grandmother and great grandparent's graves is absolutely amazing! To know that they are buried in New Zealand even more amazing. Thank you.|
|MACRAE||Thank you||Thank you providing a high quality image extremely quickly. It is greatly appreciated|
|MACREDIE||Charlotte Macredie||Charles ; Thank you for your speedy response on Charlotte Macredie's gravestone in Dean Cemetery. It would be helpful to have the image of the rest of the inscription on this gravestone since the inscription reads "also in Memory of their eldest daughter CHARLOTTE". I hadn't been able to find this in the Murray index. Any help would be appreciated.|
|MACROFF||WARD family history, Larling, Norfolk||Another high quality image gratefully received. Thank you for the wonderful work that has gone into the production, maintenance and sharing of this valuable resource.|
|MADDEN||James Patrick Madden||Any information on the Madden Family, originally from Fulham. |
|MADDEN||Excellent Site||Congratulations on this wonderful site.
Found headstone for James Patrick Madden, I passed on information to my cousin who now lives in America, she was dumbfounded as family member's went to this graveyard for years not knowing James Patrick Madden was also there.
Thank You for all your time and effort put into this GREAT SITE |
|MADDEVER||thank you||Much appreciated to find the gravestone of my children's great grandfather who had been estranged from his children|
|MADGE||Viewing larger image||I requested a larger image of a gravestone for Samuel Madge, but the link in your e-mail response only gives me a list of requests for the same image, not the image itself. Am I doing something wrong? Grateful for any help. LL|
|MADIGAN||Completeness of entries||The record for North Sheen cemetry was recorded as being complete however I do not feel it is complete due to the lack of records of my relatives plus the large number of graves at North Sheen which are not reflected in the number of entries recorded. Aprart from that I believe this is a very useful project and thank you to the volunteers.|
|MAGRATH||MAGRATH||Thank you Charles for this wonderful service. My interest is in Miles Binny Magrath who was at Haileybury with one of my Great Uncles and served with him in the RND during the Great War. I wondered what had happened to him afterwards, and you have shown that he lived to a good age and had a slightly exotic wife! |
|MAHON||Thank you for this photo of George Augus||Thank you for this photo of George Augustus MAHON grave. Finding out where someone is buried adds valuable information. I'm thrilled.|
|MAIDEN||A great idea!||Thank you for this photo. As my aunt died so much earlier than my uncle, I had not managed to discover her life span before.
I have suggested that taking photos of graves could be a summer project for family history group members. That might help the project grow.|
|MAINS||MAINS - Gateshead||Thank you Charles for your prompt reply to my request. At this stage I cannot see a connection to my MAINS family who lived in the Gateshead area from I believe the 1840s. According to the census Robert was born in Co Down/Antrim, father John. At the time of his marriage to Mary Jane MARTIN in Newburn 1843, both he & Mary were living in Lemington. Many thanks once again.|
|MAINWARING||Thank you||Thank you for the photos of the grave of Henry Germain Mainwaring and his wife. Much appreciated.
It is just marvellous to be able to view the grave pictures from the antipodes|
|MAIS||Adah Mary Mais monument.||Thank you for the photograph it adds the final piece to the research. First class site|
|MAJOLIER||Excellent website and service. Many than||Excellent website and service. Many thanks.|
|MAJOR||Gravestone image||Many thanks for the enlargement of my 3rd Great Uncle. Your website is valuable to researchers like myself|
|MAKEY||Thank You||After reciving the image I now know that Arthur & alice also had a son
Thank you for your help|
|MAKINSON||Grave Stone of James Makinson||Thank you so much for this service. I was so surprised to receive such a prompt answer to my request!! The photograph is excellent and I am hoping it will further my research. There are a number of names and dates on the stone so I am now about to try and connect them to the names I have.|
|MALCOLM||Maria hay malcolm||I never knew the site existed, have stumbled on it but have added it to favourites and will let other family members know that you are here. i hope it has a lead for me but if not, it has given me some hope to keep searching.Thank you very much Vivienne|
|MALCOLM||Great website||Thank you Charles for the speedy reply to my request. The service you give is great, and amazingly in this day and age free. |
|MALLOY||Excellent website||Just a thank you for you're fast response..I know wher to search now. Thanks|
|MALONE||Thanks||Thank you for the photo. I hope you had a great holiday and welcome back. The photo was very helpful. You have done an excellant job.|
|MALTHOUSE||Thank you so much for the image of my 4t||Thank you so much for the image of my 4th great grandparents William and Mary Malthouse. I live in Australia and the service you provide here is invaluable!! I can't wait to delve further into this great site! |
|MALTON||Thank you||I was looking for this grave last year whilst on holiday in Yorkshire and was unable to locate . Thank you so much for the information and photograph. which is so useful . Much appreciated Charles.
|MALVERN||Thanks||Many thanks for providing this resource, it adds a missing piece to my family\\\\\\\'s history.|
|MALYON||Thank you so much for your help||I am delighted with the response I got from this site and was very happy to be able to locate my 2nd great uncle George Malyon and his wife Ellen, an excellent source for those researching their family history|
|MANLEY||Location of a Grave||My great great aunt Eliza Katharine Manley nee Francis married Col. Henry Manley and they lived in India. Eliza Katharine Manley died in 1855 at the age of 27 in what appears to be Saucor, India. I believe that she may be buried there and I would like some direction in locating her grave.|
|MANN||Thank you for your prompt reply An exce||Thank you for your prompt reply
An excellent site for family research.|
|MANN||A very helpful website which has helped||A very helpful website which has helped to clarify dates etc for me. Many thanks. If there are other relations looking for the Australian connection please contact me.|
|MANN||gravestone enlargement image||Thank you for this very useful site and the quick response, sadly on this occasion I did not find the information I was looking for, but going forward I know I will be visiting this wonderful resource again in the future. |
|MANN||Who knew?||Never knew such a service existed, found through ancestry.co.uk whilst searching family history. What a great person they made him sound, nothing like who he really was!|
|MANN||Feedback||Many thanks for the image requested of William Webster and Adelaide Mann's gravestone, my family will be over the moon for the additional information. Keep up the good work. Kind regards, Shani|
|MANNERING||Ellen Sarah Mannering||Thank you very much. Your assistance is appreciated.
You certainly are a great help |
|MANNERINGS||Thomas Abraham Mannerings 1818-1895||Thank you very much for the image. Thomas was a publican. His wife and most of his children predeceased him. He committed suicide by stepping in front of a train, hence I was a little surprised to see his name on a gravestone in a Catholic Churchyard. |
|MANNERS||THANKYOU||Thanks so much for the photo i requested.|
|MANNING||Manning||Hi this site has been very helpful on my research in finding various members of my Manning family I have. Thanks for taking the time to photograph these and they were very useful and now I have a bit more information for my family Tree. Thanks again. x|
|MANNING||Family history||Have just come across this site. It appears that it may be very useful in my research of my family tree. Great site.|
|MANNING||Very useful site in verifying dates of a||Very useful site in verifying dates of ancestors & nice to actually see the inscriptions. .... more|
|MANNING||Edward (Ted) Manning 1883-1958||The grave in Brandon Road Swaffham is that of Edward and his wife Bessie. The plague in the centre of the grave was added later, in memory of their daughter Bessie Agnes (who married John Broomfield) who died in Acton Hospital in 1978; and grandson Jim (James Kennedy Broomfield) who died in West Drayton in 1997|
|MANROW||Memorial stone of my great grandfather||I was delighted to receive your photograph of my great grandfathers memorial. Now I know where to look and know what it looks like a can go and visit. Thank you very much|
|MANSFIELD||Thank you for your dedicated work||I was so pleased to receive the photograph and details of my maternal grandfather's grave. My mother never knew where he was buried as she was only three years old when he died and this information was never given to her. I made a promise to her that if it was at all possible I would try and find out for her, so promise fulfilled with your help, thank you.|
|MANSON||MANSON/SMITH||This service is exceptional - within 3 hours I had received the photos requested - thank you so much. Please keep up the good work.|
|MANSON||thank you very much||Thank you very much for your wonderful service.
Living in Australia makes it very hard to go to cemeteries in the UK.|
|MANSON||A wonderful helpful service supplied free would you believe..||I would like to send my many thanks for this wonderful site. It is only with the help of generous people such as Charles that some of us that do not know where to start are able to move forward and backwards in our search.
One more piece in the jigsaw solved
Thomas J. Shaw.
|MANSON||Photos received promptly||Many, many thanks for the very prompt response to my requests for photos of the headstones at the Lady Kirk Pierowall Cemetery on Westray. Fantastic service, especially for those of us living half way around the world. Thanks You!|
|MANSON||Fantastic Service||Thank you very much for sending my Gravestone Request promptly. It is very much appreciated. You have a great and very detailed website which grows on a daily basis.|
|MANTLE||Many Thanks!||Thanks so much for finding these graves for my Mantle research. Always helpful to connect names and dates. Thank you for your time.|
|MANTON||Thank You for the promptness of the phot||Thank You for the promptness of the photo you provided. It is much appreciated. Kind Regards, Mellissa A.Q. Kennedy|
|MANUEL||Rose & Kathleen Manuel||Thanks for making these headstone images so easily accessible to interested friends and relatives. One of the most user-friendly sites I've seen.|
|MANUEL||Rose Amelia Manuel (nee Deverson)||Rose Amelia Deverson, b 1886 Margate, Kent; m Thomas Manuel in 1915, Wandsworth RD, London. Daughter Kathleen Rose Manuel b 1916 (last quarter), d 2004. Thomas killed in action 1918, bur France|
|MANY||Appreciation -||Once again this outstanding site has been a boon to my family research , and I have no doubt it will prove to be for many years to come. There are very few quality family sites available for those of us that cannot make a personal visit to the cemeteries listed , and this site is one of the most professionally administered sites I have encountered.Thank you again|
|MANY||An amazing site.||A real gem of a site to find. So well layed out and the images are briliant.
A lot of hard work has gone into this and it shows.
Def wort bookmarking|
|MANY||St Michaels Alnwick Northumberland England||Dear GPR
I am chairman of Alnwick Family History Society.
We are very anxious to produce on our website the ability for the many visitors to our town to be able to see whether their ancestor lies buried in St Micheals churchyard. We would be delighted to give GPR any credit required and include your URL and the GPR ref if you wished, but can we ask for a big favour please? Could you possibly send me an Excel of the data on St Michaels graveyard Alnwick Northumberland England pages as shown on your website. It will save us approx 200 working hours of manually writing down each grave, so would be an unbelievable godsend. I see that you say that the graves are 80% pictured. Given this information I could definitely try to raise at least one volunteer to complete the process in return.
Chairman Alnwick Branch NDFHS
PS I would have sent you the URL of our microsite on the Bailiffgate Museum Alnwick website, but when I did my previous messge was zapped by your filters.. |
|MARCH||Thank you!||I appreciate this resource as I live in Canada. Steve LOCKWOOD took and indexed my MARCH photos. My great-grandfather's brother, William MARCH married an Ann LOCKWOOD and emigrated from England to Auckland, NZ.|
|MARCH||MARCH||Many thanks for providing a fantastic resource such as this. It is VERY much appreciated.|
|MARCHANT||Family research||I am so very grateful to receive a very clear image of my 4 x Gt Grandparents. I, only, requested it late on saturday 25th June and by the next day, I had received it. I do have lots of other Marchant relatives buried there, so would be very grateful for more images. Thankyou.|
|MARCHANT||Wrong link on a couple of images||Hi just to let you know that George Johnson Marchant is listed on grave 372989 instead of 372990 where his name appears on the images. He is the husband of Mary Helena Marchant. There is also a Selina Richardson listed on 372990 which doesn't appear on the images and may be incorrect? .... more|
|MARCHANT||Adding more leaves||A Brilliant site that aids enormously in piecing together the past, especially for those of us with overseas roots.|
|MARCHANT||A huge thankyou for the image of my 4 x||A huge thankyou for the image of my 4 x Gt Grandfather, William Marchant 1770 - 1837. It means such a lot to me, to see his grave.|
|MARCHANT||Thankyou so much for the image of my 5 x||Thankyou so much for the image of my 5 x Great grandmother, Elizabeth Marchant. I cannot believe I can see a headstone going back so many years.|
|MARDEN||MARDEN & GIBBS||I was so amazed when I found this site. I am traveling to England in a couple of weeks and want to do my family research while I was there. I had no idea of where to start before I found this. Now I have more information and guess I will start with the cemeteries where they are interred. Please let me know if this is the best place to start because I have limited time. Thank you!|
|MARGETSON||Thank you for your service.||Very happy to receive a photograph of my 4th Great grandfathers, David Margitson's headstone and find the location of his resting place. |
|MARISSON||EXCELLENT SITE||This is a wonderful site. THANK YOU for taking the time to make it possible for me to enrich my research into my ancestors.|
|MARJORAM||James Marjoram||Many thanks for sending me the photograph of the gravestone of James Marjoram. You are providing a valuable service as it difficult to research where people are buried or if there is even a gravestone. I will certainly be using your service again as I delve further into my family history, it is so interesting. Many thanks again|
|MARK||Maurice Stanley Gollop - Mark||Can anyone Please take Headstone or Grave Photos in the Blean Cemetery ,Nr Ashford Kent, England
I would Love a Grave Photo of My Uncle Maurice Stanley Gollop who By De-Poll changed his Birth Name from Gollop to Mark. Thanks to anyone who can help me in the Kent area.This Information could also help another searcher who is looking for Maurice in knowing that he had changed his name by De-Poll.Thanks for anyone who can help me.|
|MARKHAM||Jane Markham||I am over the moon re photo of gravestone of Jane, I came across your website looking for something else, this was my lucky day, thank you so much, I feel a real connection with my g.g.grandma, I would hope that I can use your service again, now that I've found you.I only wish that I had a photo of her.|
|MARKHAM||thanks||thank you so much for your lovely large photo of the Bloodworth grave I requested butit has been a little difficult to leave this thank you .... you keep bouncing me out... still hopefully this will get thru... This is a great website.. thanks to all the volunteers who continue to make this work for people half a world away|
|MARKHAM||Thank you||Thank you for the photo of my 4th great grandparents headstone - Thomas markham and your prompt service from Sue Smith Australia |
|MARKIN||Gravestone Photo||Just found this site and at long last a Markin gravestone, recieved a good picture and am so pleased to be able to add it to my family tree collection.
Many thanks, much appreciated. |
|MARKWALD||Mackowiak||Your dedication to this project is astounding. Much appreciated. Thanks.|
|MARKWELL||Very happy to receive the photo .Picture||Very happy to receive the photo .Pictures always add another dimension to the records|
|MARLAND||marlands of barnstaple||Many thanks for the photo of Albert Marlands grave, I am hoping to find his connection to my Great-Grandmother Augusta Marland.
|MARLER||Thanks||I am writing to thank you for allowing me to publish this photo on our village web site.
|MARPOLE||Great resource!||Thanks so much! This site has proven to be a valuable resource for my genealogical research!
|MARRIOTT||This is wonderful||I literally stumbled onto this site and am totally enthralled by the sevices available,it is my bedtime here in Australia but I will be back to enjoy in full tomorrow. G'night.|
|MARRIS||Grave stone picture.||Thanks so much for the image of my 2 x great grandparents.|
|MARRIS||Grave stone picture.||Thanks so much for the image of my 2 x great grandparents.|
|MARSDEN||Just to acknowledge and thank you for pr||Just to acknowledge and thank you for providing this service. The information helps to confirm and add dates & details to the family's background |
|MARSH||Gravestone Images||Very simple and easy to follow instructions Mary Ann Marsh & Francis Sturton Marsh.
Carmen in Canada|
|MARSHALL||Great Service!||Just to say thank you for the wonderful service. I live abroad and am researching my family history in the UK. This service makes it so much easier from here. You will hear from me again during my searches.
|MARSHALL||Thank you for sending me the image I req||Thank you for sending me the image I requested, I found this site by accident when looking for info about my great grandparents and family, what a great idea, so useful |
|MARSHALL||MARSHALL/STRACHAN||Thank you for the very useful website! I hope more people can add information to your website.|
|MARSHALL||Thanks||What an amazing service you are offering. You deserve many thanks. I restore headstones of my ancestors in New Zealand and know how nice it is to have feedback.|
|MARSHALL||Thank you so much for making these image||Thank you so much for making these images available for people who live at a distance|
|MARSHALL||Relationship of John Marshall and William Davie||Re grave no 296524 in Holy Trinity, Ilfracombe
William Davie is the husband of John Marshall's daughter Rebecca|
|MARSHALL||Marvellous site||Many thanks to Joyce Hunter who took pictures at St John's Church Gateshead Fell. The information on the gravestone I found filled in a lot of details for my family history. Other ancestors who are buried in the same cemetery unfortunately don't seem to have gravestones. Please keep up the good work. It is greatly appreciated, I'm sure. by everyone doing family history research.|
|MARSHALL||Thomas Forrest Marshall||Many thanks for sending through the photographs of the Marshall family gravestone in Otley. It is very useful to me for Family History research when I live so far away from the area. This project is a great idea and I am very grateful to all the volunteers who have made this possible. Keep up the good work!|
|MARSLAND||Thanks||Thanks for the prompt sending of the two images both from my Marsland ancestors, which I requested. I would like to thank the transcriber and the photographer for the clear images and clear transcription.|
|MARSTON||Arthur Marston||Arthur Marston 1902 - 1984 was an artist. A couple of his works can be found at https://artuk.org/discover/artists/marston-arthur-19021984.
Many thanks for providing me with a photograph of Arthur's resting place|
|MARSTON||Many thanks for your assistance||I was interested to read that the grave of the Antarctic explorer and artist George Marston was in a country churchyard in Somerset. As I was touring in the area, I hoped to see the grave, but - probably because the inscription is badly weathered - I was unable to identify it.
This service will, I hope, enable me to see it on a return visit - thanks!|
|MARTER||Ralph & Ellen M Marter||A wonderful turn-round service with a great quality photo found the web site by just 'trawling' looking for Chertsey burials and up came Weybridge!|
|MARTER||Found this website very useful. I am try||Found this website very useful. I am trying to research my family history and this gave me a lot of avenues to search. thankyou |
|MARTER||Service Provided by GPR||This is a wonderful resource for family historians and, once again, I thank you for the tremendous service you provide :)|
|MARTIN||William Martin||Thank you for your very quick response to my request. Fantastic service and resource, which is greatly appreciated. It adds that extra bit of info to my family history research, and it's very rare to come across something that's free! My thanks once again.
|MARTIN||What a fantastic service you provide||Thank you Charles for the photograph of my ancestors Martin's headstone this is great for the family historian as I'm just starting out.|
|MARTIN||THANK-YOU||Dear Charles, Wow, thank you for your extremley quick response. My grandfather is looking forward to seeing the picture, very much appreciated! What a wonderful job you are doing for total strangers, thank you.|
|MARTIN||Thank You||I am very impressed with this site which has been very useful in filling in some blanks, and it was really good to see an actual photo of a gravesite that I believe belongs to relatives.|
|MARTIN||Family gravestone at Farndale, Nth Yorkshire||My wife and I were delighted to find the photos of this family memorial, listing the eight infant siblings of her gt.gt.grandfather..we had heard of this from family but hadn't expected to be able to see it ourselves. Thankyou |
|MARTIN||What an excellent idea and followed by a||What an excellent idea and followed by a extremely good service.
I ve booked marked this page and may be able to help take some photos next year.|
|MARTIN||MARTIN / DAVIE||Thank you. Wonderful service and so quick. Other research hadn't shown a headstone at all so this is amazing. Again thank you.|
|MARTIN||140/201156/9||vernon martin is in fact malcolm vernon martin husband of nelle not father.margaret martin is malcolm vernon's second wife not mother of nelle. .... more|
|MARTIN||Thank you||Thank you once again for such a speedy response and clear photos of the gravestones. An invaluable tool in my Wick genealogy research - another branch completed!|
|MARTIN||Thank you||Thanks for displaying the higher-quality image of Brotherton Martin's grave. It was quite legible and nice to have.|
|MARTIN||Berrrynarbour, Devon||Many thanks for the excellent image of the grave of William Parkin and others - might just have solved a family mystery. |
|MARTIN||Photograph||A fast efficient service.|
|MARTIN||Martin headstone, St Katherine's Church, Merstham||This is just an amazing service and I cannot thank you enough for providing me with a photo of my great great great grandfather's headstone. My request was responded to within a couple of hours, which is also pretty impressive!|
|MARTINOVICH||incorrect information||James Kendrick Martinovich was not the son of Pauline Meda Martinovich. She was his sister. |
|MARTINOVICH||Hope I have filled this in correctly. I||Hope I have filled this in correctly. I am almost 90 years of age & I still have a lot to learn about computors.Sorry for any inconvenience,|
|MARWICK||Thank you!||I really appreciate you taking out the time to help me with the pictures of some of my marwick family! Appreciate all you do!|
|MARX||Thank you||Appreciative of your service to the community.|
|MASON||MASON - WILLIAM LINLEY||My Father is a Canadian Merchant Navy Vetern of WW2. Somehow we ended up in our possesion a Mercantile Marine Medal - awarded to those who served at sea for at least six months, and on at least one voyage through a danger zone from WW1 era issued to William Linley Mason.
Now I know the final resting place of another Hero. |
|MASON||A1 service||A superb and helpful service with an immediate response to my request. Many thanks.|
Many thanks for your prompt and efficient response. Yours is a great initiative and I will certainly search your website in the hope of finding more relevant photos. Strange but seeing the headstone of one's ancestors (john Mason & Mary Ann Hildon) brings them alive, certainly if there is no family photo of them available.
Once again thank you so much.
|MASON||fantastic. filled in some blanks||this was fantastic, not just getting the headstone of one of my ancestors but also the information that was on it, if only i could be so lucky with all my ancestors|
|MASON||Robert Mason||Thank you to the gravestone inscriptions volunteers - I have looked for Mason men from South Queensferry & noticed the age of Robert in the 1851 census was not inline with your record. His birth year there was recorded as 1796 & Helen was 1800. He does look to be too young for Helen with your date and I guess the stone was worn or weathered ?|
|MASON||Many thanks for excellent service||Thank you very much for the speedy response - less than one minute after submitting my request the image was there for me to view! |
|MASON||MASON WORCESTER||Just wish to thank you and the kind researcher who made this photograph available. Living in Australia it's great that there is another way of viewing graves. Did visit the UK last year and have a few graves I can share if you let me know when your upload page is working. Thanks again Caroline |
|MASON||family history research||Many thanks for what is a great asset to anyone researching family history. Easy to use and a very quick response. |
|MASON||Excellent resource||Very grateful to the volunteers who take these photographs - hope to find time to take them myself one day.|
|MASON||Thank you||Thank you very much. Strange to see the grave of two people I never met.|
|MASSINGHAM||Thanks||Thanks for doing this great work. Thank you for the image of the gravestone for John Massingham and his wife Sophia (nee Fox). Their daughter Maria, who married Charles Dixon, migrated to Australia in 1854 with four of their children.|
|MASSON||Thank You||I have only just discovered this great site. Many thanks for all the effort that has clearly gone into it.|
|MASTER||Wonderful work.||Thank you for the help and dedication in photographing and indexing. It is so helpful to those of us who live far away (USA). My family surnames I
am searching for are: Hughey and Anders|
|MASTERMAN||Thank you for your rapid response to my||Thank you for your rapid response to my first request. I have just made a second request. I hope my small donation will help to keep this very useful service going. Keep up the good work. James H Masterman|
|MASTERMAN||Thank you for sending me the photograph||Thank you for sending me the photograph as requested for Osmond Janson Masterman. It provided me with additional information that confirmed the research I had already conducted.
|MASTERS||Masters of Esher, Surrey.||Thanks for providing me with the Masters family grave image. It was very clear & gave a lot of valuable information.|
|MASTERS||Masters in Guilden Mordenshared||What a wonderful site & service. Thank you for the great photo of the MASTERS family headstone in Guilden Morden, where Thomas, his wife Mary Ann & son William are resting - my distant reles. |
|MASTERSON||Gravestone Image||Thank you very much for the image. This is a great service and will recommend to family and friends.|
|MASTERSON||With thanks||Thank you so much for the image of my great grandparent's grave which I will show my mother who believes the grave has now gone with a reorganisation of the churchyard, so the photograph is an important memorial.|
|MASTERTON||Masterton Family||Many thanks for the images Charles. A few gaps have been filled in the Masterton family trees as a result!|
|MATHAMS||MATHAMS St Peter and St Paul Old Felixstowe||Fred & Elsie Mathams were my parents. Elsie b1913, died 1986. Fred b1921, died 1998|
|MATHER||Appreciation||Thankyou for sending me the photo of my husbands great,great,great granfather.I am so excited as I have been searching for years for links in the family.Finally today you have provided a very important photo.Thankyou so much.Kind Regards Marlene. Augusta Australia|
|MATHER||Henry Penkett Mather(14291)||Charles, Thank you very much for your assistance in providing the gravestone picture for Henry. I have added some family detail around Henry for your website, hope this is of help. You have an interesting site and if I can find the time I will try to take some photos for you in Alton (Staffordshire, England). Again thanks for the help. John Mather|
|MATHESON||MATHESON/MATHIESON||Thanks for providing a very valuable service.|
|MATHESON||Euphemia Matheson or Hood 1882-1944||Many thanks for the photograph. A 1st class service.|
|MATHEW||MATHEW/MATTHEWS||What a fabulous resource - well done!|
|MATSON||John Matson||THANK YOU!! I was unable to see the image until you so kindly sent it to me. While I am not certain if this John Matson is kin or not, I am delighted to see such a memorial. Thank you and please keep up the great work. |
|MATSON||Matson||The photo I requested was sent very quickly and was extremly helpful in my family history research. Thank you for all your time and help.|
|MATTHEWS||Thanks from Wales||Thank you so much! I have copied 3 pictures for my family history. It's a long way to visit from Pembrokeshire. |
|MATTHEWS||thank you||I wish you all the best for the further development of this marvelous project|
|MATTHEWS||Tamar Matthews Gravestone||Thank you received photo for the above very quickly.|
|MATTY||Henry Matty||Thank you for enabling me to view the larger picture of Henry's gravestone. From the little I have already, he certainly would seem to be my direct ancestor; his age at date of death is shown as 75 on the headstone. I think his wife's date of death is actually 1833, as she does not appear on the 1841 census.|
|MAUGHAN||Family History||Thanks for the image supplied and for the service provided.Very much appreciated.|
|MAUGHAN||Headstone photo||What a wonderful service you offer. So much appreciated.
|MAUL||Drysdale's tomb||Thank you so much for this. With this photographic evidence, I can pinpoint Jean Maul's burial place.|
|MAUNDER||Laxen||Thank you for the very speedy response to my request! This resource is a new discovery for me, so I will be checking many of my ancestors places of rest through this. I will also be glad to help out by taken photos of my local cemeteries/graveyards and adding them, or trying to help with requests for photos in my locality. |
|MAVIN||MAVIN - grave photo is wonderful||Many thanks for the super, clear photo of the grave in Bamburgh Churchyard.
I really do appreciate the time and effort expended by the volunteers, both in photographing the graves and in making them available via the site
|MAW||Thanks||Thankyou so much for the help you gave me researching my family gravestones.This is an invaluable resource and we are so lucky to have it.Thanks again for your time and effort,
|MAW||Thank you||This is a very helpful resource, particularly as you are able source burial information from all over UK.|
|MAW||Many Thanks||Yet again many thanks for your help , with your help my tree is looking more colorful with these photo,s .|
|MAWDSLEY||Thank you||Thank you very much for all your time and effort, great site.|
|MAWER||Thank you for your prompt reply and link||Thank you for your prompt reply and link. A very useful website.|
|MAWSON||Alice Annie Mawson||Thanks for the prompt reply much appreciated. |
|MAWSON||Mawson /Ashton - Ribston Hall and Hunsingore||Thanks for supplying the image of the gravestone for my 3xg grandma Charlotte Ashton (nee Mawson) and her 2nd husband Thomas Ashton. The information has obviously helped my family research and now I know that there is a gravestone in the church yard marking their final resting place together then I intend to visit Hunsingore at the next opportunity.
|MAXTED||Maxted gravesites and genealogy||Very excited to see this gravestone for Richard and Mary Maxted in Milstead, Kent. They were my great (x5) grandparents. Would love to connect with any Maxted relatives on either side of the Atlantic or elsewhere interested in our line. I also have information that may be of interest.|
|MAXTED||Many thanks||Thank you for the photograph of William and Jane MAXTED grave at Doddington, Kent. I look forward to seeing his Great Grandfathers grave (Richard MAXTED) at Milstead. Thanks again|
|MAXWELL||Superb resource||This is a fantastic resource for researchers - response was immediate and quality first class. I will try to contribute some photos from my local churchyards! |
|MAXWELL||Alice Maud Maxwell||Many thanks for providing two excellent images of the gravestone of Alice Maud Maxwell. I am researching this person for a friend and to have these images is wonderful addition to the history of this woman.|
|MAY||Profile of Lifeboat Coxswain Sam May||Thanks very much for your help again
Frank Upcraft "Curator Alfred Corry Museum"|
|MAY||gravestone photo||how wonderful it was to receive my gt.gt.grandparent's gravestone photo. you do a wonderful job. many thanks.I am seriously considering helping in the summer, when I am not at work.|
|MAY||untraceable ancestor||we will welcome any info regarding the may family we understand joseph may married annie weedan and came to south africa further more any details remain a mystery/ kind regards may family south africa|
|MAY||thankyou for all your help what a lovely||thankyou for all your help what a lovely service its wonderful to know i can go and see this grave
|MAY||Appreciation - MAY/ROBINSON/HUBBE/MULLER||Thanks for the photo. Much appreciate the time it takes to do this sort of work, and it is a valuable resource for genealogists.|
|MAY||MAY, BENTON, STANDEN||Excellent service, have used this site before, always efficient and quick the the results. Many thanks, will gladly use again.|
|MAY||Headstone photo received||Headstone photo received with sincere thanks|
|MAYES||Looking for Family||Hi, I'm trying to find members of the Mayes family. Thomas and Elizebeth Mayes were my Great great uncle and aunt.If you have any conection with them I'd love to hear from you. .... more|
|MAYES||James Mayes - Rattlesden||Thanks for your prompt reply. It helps my young grandson who now lives in Australia with his family background. Next time he is in the UK I will take him to Rattlesden as James Mayes is his GGGGrandfather. I know the family lived in the Woolpit/Rattleden area and married into the Bird family through my Grandmother, Blanche Amelia whose husband (Oliver) and father both travelled to Australia in their early years before returning to Suffolk.|
|MAYHEW||Mayhew MI||Many thanks for your hard work, I am delighted to be able to see the Gravestone images which helps so much with the research. Thomas Edgar Mayhew ties in with my Spurling research and his descendants are also theirs.|
|MAYHEW||Thanks to photographer and volunteers||Thank you for sending photograph of plaque of Mayhew family. It is much appreciated.|
|MAYHEW||Robert Mayhew d 1831 Walpole||Thanks very much for the image of Robert's gravestone. As I surmised, the age at death is 36, not 56, which fits with his known age (christened Feb/Mar 1795 Westhall) .... more|
|MAYNARD||Thankyou Charles||Thankyou Charles for your prompt reply and fantastic photo.I really appreciate what you have done.
|MAYNARD||Thank you||Once again, speedy turn around and excellent picture - it really means a lot to see family resting places|
|MAYNARD||Thank you||Once again, many thanks for the photo of a Maynard family grave. It was quickly sent and of good quality. Much appreciated.|
|MAYNARD||Thank you||Thank you for the image of the gravestone.|
|MAYNE||headstone of John Mayne||My request was answered very quickly I have supplied a new photo in exchange.|
|MAYNE-BATER||Very helpful found what I was looking fo||Very helpful found what I was looking for. |
|MAYS||Grave Photo||Many thanks for the grave photo of Sydney Mays which will help to get his war grave recognition.|
|MCAINSH||Thank You||Thanks to you and those who have supplid the photgraphs, this is a very useful resource for helping with the tracing of family history. |
|MCALLISTER||many thanks!||Thanks so much for your great kindness in sending photos of the two McAllister graves near Menton. I wasn't aware that Ward McAllister and his son Heyward were there. Thank you again for your generosity.|
|MCARA||Missing gravestone data and images||I cannot find details of the gravestone at Monzie, Perthshire which is bilingual Gaelic on one side and English/Latin on the reverse. It was erected in 1793 by Donald MacGregor in memory of his wife, Ann McAra died aged 53 and daughter, Catrina MacGregor d1783 ages 4. I have the full transcription and photos.|
|MCARTHUR||Family Tree||Thankyou so much for all the good work you do by making it possible for family to gain access of photographs of grave monuments.
So much appreciated!! |
|MCARTNEY||Thank you for Gravestone Images||This is an excellent, well thought-out and useful site. Thank you for providing such a great resource. Best Regards, Lisa Clark|
|MCBRYDE||MCBRYDE FAMILY||Thank you for this great site - you have helped find a missing relative. |
|MCCALL||Thank You||Thank you so much for the great photo of my families grave stone..I came by this site by accident and am so glad I did..I live in Australia and so have to rely on the internet for any information..
I care for a very ill and disabled husband so am not able to travel..Than you again for your kindness, it is much appreciated.|
|MCCALLUM||A very valuable resource. Many thanks.||A very valuable resource. Many thanks.|
|MCCARTHY||Family Tree Research||Dear Charles
Thank you so much for the photographs you have sent me and for such a fast reply!
I was so excited to find your website. My Grandmother and her family were very close and I remember seeing some of the graves when I was a little girl and am so excited to have a physical record of them. Your photographs have also allowed us to see the grave stones we have not yet seen of loved ones who past after we moved away.
I will record them and how they were sourced in our family tree.
|MCCLEMENTS||just a wee note to say thank you||great site very helpfull|
|MCCLENAGHAN||Thank you!||Thanks so much for your rapid response. I look forward to investigating your incredible site some more and will pass it on to other family members who are researching other branches of my family. Who knows what else we might find...?|
|MCCLURE||McClure||Thanks again for your great service.
|MCCLURE||Quick and efficient||Thank you for your speedy and professional service, much appreciated. Bob F|
|MCCLYMENT||Thank You||Thank you for a wonderful service. |
|MCCLYMENT||Error in information||There is an error in the information given for grave number 152223. Isabelle McClyment died in 1876, and she was the twin sister of Thomas McClyment listed above her. .... more|
|MCCOLL||Many thanks!||Many thanks for quick response and copy of photo.This service is fantastic for people researching family history/connections and it is rare to find one that provides this sort of info for free.Will visit the site again and highly recommend to others.Thanks again!|
|MCCORMICK||Thank you||Thanks so much for the photo of Samuel McCormick's gravestone. This has given me another branch of my family tree.|
|MCCORMICK||Mary Dow Headstone||Thank you very much for the instant response to my request for headstone. I appreciate all the hard work that goes into making such a helpful site.|
|MCCORMICK||Service||Great service excellent image thank you very much.|
|MCCORMICK||unreadable image||Thank you for the image. However in this case the image is not legible.Don't know where the problem lies for Shepherd McCormick Boyd.
|MCCRIE||Thank you!||Many thanks Charles for being so efficient and friendly! You are running a very valuable resource, which is extremely helpful when researching a family tree. Very generous to offer the service free of charge! Many thanks aggin.|
|MCCULLOCH||Photo||Very excited to see photo of my cousin's grandparents grave. He will be rapt to see it.|
|MCCULLOCH||Thanks||Thanks for all the effort, very valuable for family history research |
|MCCUMISKEY||GRAVESTONE||Thank you for sending me the photograph of the gravestone of Raymond Morel Woodcock. He was my father's cousin.|
|MCDERMOTT||Thanks for the quick response||First visit to this site - stumbled on it while searching for Geoffrey Lister McDermott - filled in a request for a photo and received it in less than a day. When one lives an ocean away and allows for the fact that this is a volunteer FREE site -pretty darn good ! !
|MCDONALD||Thank you||Thank you so much for sending me the link to view the gravestones of Matilda Jane McDonald and her daughter Jane and sons Evan and James. The work you do is wonderful.|
|MCDONALD||War Grave of Donald McDonald at Wick Municipal cemetart||Donald was born in 1885, son of John Mcdonald and Barbara m.s.Bremner. He enlisted in the Seaforth regiment in 1914 and was the first WWI casualty in Wick and as such his burial was recorded in some detail in the local newspaper. He was brought home from France after the battle of Loos but died in hospital in staffordshire of his wounds. |
|MCDONALD||Extra details need to be verified, thank you.||Thank you, I am trying to tie the dates I have together with these two people. They sound right but I need to tie them down. I would love to hear from anyone else who has 'claimed' that these people are in their tree, be it the same as mine or not. I will be in touch again when I have completed my investigations.
Thank you again.|
|MCDOUGALL||Many Thanks!||Thank you again for such prompt, professional, and friendly service! As a retired history teacher and amateur genealogist I know its value to those of us engaged in preserving and telling the story of times past. Highest recommendations!|
|MCDOUGALL||johanna||johanna mcdougall nee ahearn maybe at waverley cemetery ?? spelling maybe wrong|
|MCELHINNEY||great site||if you need any help with anything please message m |
|MCEWEN||Perhaps Ican help||You have three comments, re Horne, from people who viewed the McEwen gravestone in Wick, where my father Alexander Adam McEwen is buried. I may be able to help them. Can I contact them, or can you put them in touch with me?
Your help would be much appreciated.
|MCEWEN||Thank you||Thanks so much for your prompt reply. Greatly appreciated. Working on my husband's family tree (Mcewen / MacEwen / McEwan / MacEwan ... all variants seem to show up) and hope to visit some of the gravesite on our next trip to Scotland.|
|MCFARLAND||Thanks so much - Brilliant!||You must be one dedicated man!
Thanks so much for this image. I am sure it is going to be very interesting to my Mother-in-law.
Thanks again for the time and devotion this ?hobby? must cost you.
|MCGALE||Perfect||Thank you for your image!
You just do not know what usuful info is out there until you start looking, amazing.
|MCGENNISKIN||Many thanks for a job well done, wont he||Many thanks for a job well done, wont hesitate to use you again.|
|MCGEORGE||McGeorge||A great service, thank you|
|MCGEORGE||McGeorge||Thank you Charles for this wonderful service. It is really appreciated.|
|MCGEORGE||Thank you!||A very quick and great service. Thank you|
|MCGEORGE||Thank you||Thank you again Charles for your prompt reply. A wonderful service|
|MCGEORGE||A wonderful service||Thank you once again for this very prompt and great service. Very much appreciated|
|MCGOUN||McGoun family graves||Many many thanks for the prompt reply to my request. The photo is of excellent quality but poses more questions than it answered. I now have more research to do!. Thanks once again|
|MCGRATH||Thank you||Thank you for allowing me to obtain a nice photograph of one of my distant cousins/ancestors. Today is ANZAC day and I have been updating my Genealogical Database regarding ones I had not searched for regarding their military service to our countries, regardless of where they served in Australia, NZ or the UK they died to help us today. Was nice to get the photo and was really great to also get the HTML code to use for a link to the site as well. Thanks.
Was looking at the details regarding Frank McGrath, who died 17 Nov 1917, Was in the Scots Guards No 9352.|
|MCGREGOR||"Mollie" Mcgregor||Found your web site by chance but now I can visit the grave of my grandmother who died the year I was born.Many thanks for that.|
|MCGUIRE||Thank You||I appreciate your timely e-mail of the images I requested. They have been helpful in supporting my research into my genealogy (John McGuire & Mary O'Leary - 3 times great grandparents, William McGuire & Margaret Parrell - 2 times great grandparents).|
|MCHATTIE||A Wonderful Resource||Thank you so much for this site and for the rapid despatch of the requested gravestone photo. It has given me useful information for my reseach into my Mchattie ancestors which is much appreciated. I shall try to hone my photographic skills enough to take some useful photos in my locality. Thank you again.|
|MCILRAE||McIlrae, Agnes||Thanks very much for the excellent image of this gravestone. Conducting a one-name study requires using numerous resources in many countries. Your site is extremely well organized and useful.
McELREA (and variants)One-Name Study
|MCINNES||GGGgrandparents grave||Thank you for a fantastic service. It is so helpful to have such a resource and much appreciated when doing distance research.|
|MCIVOR||Thank You||Thank you Charles for your quick response to my request, without people like you that have this passion it would make it very hard for some people to source this information.
Very much appreciated, again Thank you.|
|MCKAY||Looking for William Mckay||William McKay –b. 1824 in Ireland
d. April 11, 1889 in Drumgauney, Ireland
married Margaret Laughery –b. 1819 in Ireland
William is buried in the Lislane Burial Grounds in Ireland. Would love a photo of my gggg grandfathers stone.
|MCKAY||Grave photo||Thank you for the work you are doing, Much appreciated.|
|MCKAY||Excellent service||I requested a copy of William & Elizabeth McKay gravestone from this site and I was delighted with the speed that it was sent to me. Picture was so clear and readable. Excellent service and hope to be using again. Many thanks to Charles |
|MCKENNA||Many thanks!||Many thanks for sending me the photograph so quickly and for your help, much appreciated. |
|MCKENZIE||Apology, wrong ancestor||My apologies. I learned after requesting photo that I have the wrong ancestor. Alexander McKenzie is not my ancestor.|
|MCKENZIE||John McKenzie headstone||Thank you so much. When I live in Australia it is difficult to visit these sites so to be able to access an image is exceptionally helpful.|
|MCKEVITT||thanks||Thanks you x|
|MCKINNON||Thank you Charles for the prompt respons||Thank you Charles for the prompt response to my McKinnon request. Your kindness is deeply appreciated.|
|MCLACHLAN||Jessie McColl/Mclachlan||Many Thanks for the photo of the grave of Jessie McColl. The James who died age 4 years is James McLachlan son of William McLachlan and his second wife Jeanie/Jane Livingston.
The information adds to the information I already have and I now know there is no memorial for his Uncle John McLachlan who was buried there in 1850. |
|MCLAREN||very useful site||Found this site very useful and wished i had found it years ago. Excellent especially when you live a long way from the family you`re researching|
|MCLAREN||Duncan MacLaren Grave Photo||Thank you so much for the photo of Duncan MacLaren
Grave with other members of his family listed. I really appreciate the work that you do and as I obtain any family grave photos I will upload them to your site|
|MCLAREN||Annie Ada McLaren||Thank you very much for sharing the photograph of Annie Ada McLaren's grave in Ashstead, Surrey. It helped confirm information about her that I was previously unsure about.|
|MCLARENS||Thanks||Thank you so much for the photo of Duncan McLarens grave. You have an excellent site which is a great help for researchers and family as well. Well done.|
|MCLARTY||ADAM MCLARTY||I AM TRYING TO GET A PHOTO OF THIS GRAVE AND INFORMATION ON HIM AND HIS WIFE ANNE .
ADAM DIED 1824 IN SAINT JOHNS NEWFOUNDLAND AND IS BURIED IN THE ST JOHN'S THE BAPTISTS CATHEDRAL CHURCH CEMETERY ON OLD FOREST ROAD .
CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME HOW I CAN GET THESE PHOTOS. THANK YOU .... more|
|MCLATCHIE||Agnes McLatchie||My Fathers aunt left for Canada in the early part of 1900s as far as i am aware,could anyone tell me if McLatchie was here maiden name or married name,any help would be most appreciated.
|MCLAURIN||Thank you very much.||Thank you very much for your highly valued work. This is great work you are
doing, keep up the great historical work.
Garland Johnson |
|MCLEAN||MCLEAN / MCKENZIE||Great fast, friendly & helpful Service. I am looking forward to helping.
Thanks ever so much.|
|MCLEAN||My thanks||I just want to thank you for your work here. It is a grueling process to try to find ancestors. At least here, we can find a ray of hope and quite possibly, a true connection! There are a lot of Duncan McLeans! But I believe we are on a good lead here and am excited to have this photo! I welcome any other McLean family researchers' questions or input. Sincerely, Nancy McLean Tipton, Texas, USA|
|MCLEOD||Grandfathers Gravestone||Hi Charles,
Thanks for this amazing service. You are to be applauded for the time you spend on helping folk to find their forefathers. Please keep up the good work.|
|MCLEOD||McLeod family relationships||Frances McLeod is the daughter of John and Agnes McLeod. I am very pleased to find this website, so good to know that early settlers in the district are being recorded. Thank you.|
|MCLEOD||Colin McLeod||Thank you for the quick response in sending me the picture of my old school friend's gravestone. I am very impressed with the GPR site and how important resources are like this for anyone researching family history. Although my personal life is somewhat busy, I am hoping to be able to set some time aside later this summer and be able to photograph the graves in my village church yard and add them to this valuable resource.|
|MCLEOD||Discovering about my son`s grandfather||extremely helpful site without the help of it we would not be able to find out more |
|MCMAHON||Andrew McMahon ancestry||Fantastic website, I have solved many unanswered question & family mysteries concerning my past,
Found final resting places of many relations & are ready to do a NZ road trip visiting many people.
|MCMENAMEN||Photo(s) of Grace required||Hi,
I am interested in sourcing an image(s) of the grave of:
Thomas M McMenamen, buried in the Kingston Cemetery.
Grave Number: 724
Type of Grave: Consecrated
Would anyone have an image of this grave already? Or would anyone be willing to photograph the grave for me? Thomas is a relitive. I live in New Zealand and cannot get there myself.
I look forward to hopefully corresponding with someone who might be interested in helping.
Michael G .... more|
|MCMENAMEN||McMenamen - photo(s) request||Hi, I am interested in sourcing an image(s) of the grave of: Thomas M McMenamen, buried in the Kingston Cemetery, Kingston Upon Thames, London. Grave Details: Cemetery: Kingston Grave Number: 724 Type of Grave: Consecrated Class: A. Would anyone have an image of this grave already? Or would anyone be willing to photograph the grave for me? Thomas is a relitive. I live in New Zealand and cannot get there myself. I look forward to hopefully corresponding with someone who might be interested in helping. Kind regards, Michael
|MCMILLIN||Thank you for sending the photo I reques||Thank you for sending the photo I requested so quickly... love this site and will pass it on to my friends|
|MCMULLEN||Thanks||Thanks very much for all your hard work in taking the photos and uploading them. Much appreciated.|
|MCMURTRIE||Thankyou||Thank you very much for the hours and effort you put into this resource. It is invaluable for research and very much appreciated.|
|MCNAIR||excellent website||I am absolutely delighted by the excellent service that you offer. The information on the graves helps me with my research. Your website is really quite remarkable and I wish you all the best with continued additions to the databank that you have established.|
|MCNAUGHT||Thanks||Thank you very much for your prompt reply to my request for the headstone photo,sorry for making a second request for it I thought the first had not gone through.
|MCNEA||McNea Grave Marker||I am very grateful, to you for sending me the photo of my McNea relative grave stone. It's people like you, that gives family history, a pleasure to do.
So thank you very much, for the photo.|
|MCNEIL||Images||Thank you for your quick reply to view the image for Annie Elizabeth and James Ward. The sight of the images help keep the family tree accurate with dates. You do a great job.|
|MCNEILL||Thank you||I recently found my 3xgt grandparents (maternal side|) who are buried in Crieff cemetery on your website. However I also found other family members who I did not know were there. I also looked at the New Calton Cemetery list and found the gravestone for my 2xgt grandparents on my fathers side. I had no idea it was there. Thank you very much I found your information extremely helpful.|
|MCNIVEN||A great service||Thanks very much for supplying a great image of the grave memorial.|
|MCOMISH||Value of resourse||Unpaid voluntary work such as gravestone recording is of untold value. Helping individuals access the past.
I guess we all contribute to some extent in helping and shaping our communities. But the great unknown in our societies is, to me, how we got here, why do we react the way we do as individuals, what has made us what we are as people.
The answer is clearly families and our wider community.
The wider community aspect is well catered for in published sources but genealogical resources are nowhere as well developed. |
|MCOWAN||McOwan Gravestone||Thank you for this great website. I would never have known where my 4x gtgrandparents were buried.|
|MCPHAIL||Thank You!||This is a wonderful resource...thank you so much to all of the volounteers that have put this together...especially Charleswho responded so quickly|
|MCPHAIL||Thank you||As i live away from Leeds, where my fathers memorial is located i wanted to see it, as i believe it was erected after his wife's death and we had lost touch. Thank you for taking the time to do this it meant a lot to me.|
|MCPHEE||MCPHEE / WILSON||Thank you so much for replying so quickly Charles, what a wonderful site you have created and I cant thank you enough for the information you have collated as I have been trying to find records for quite some time. |
|MCPHERSON||McPherson grave||I had no idea I'd ever come across the gravestone of Annie Maxwell McPherson, a first cousin once removed, whose mother died young in Cultowa Australia far from her Otago NZ origins.What an efficient, friendly service and excellent image clarity you provided.|
|MCQUEEN||Thanks||What a marvellous site. Many thanks for sending the image of the headstone for the Alexander Brodie McQueen Mackintosh and his wife. It is extremely difficult getting photos of headstones when you live on the other side of the world (New Zealand). Once again many thanks|
|MCQUEEN||Fantastic Service - Thanks||Just requested the image of a grave marker for Alexander Brodie McQueen Mackintosh - and was amazed at how quickly this was fulfilled. Thank you so much for this great service. It is always exciting to add information to my family history. Grateful appreciation, Eunice|
|MCROBERTS||Thanks||Thanks this is a new resource for me so will have to do some more investigating to find who else is here.
|MCTIERNAN||why do you want feedback? - surely this is delaying your work?||why do you want feedback? - surely this is delaying your work?
The image shown to validate is a nice clear picture - well done! .... more|
|MCURICH||family tree||added more info to family tree. thanks|
|MCVEIGH||Thank you||Thank you very much for all you do. William John McVeigh was my great grandmothers older brother. |
|MCVITIE||Useful, Helpful and Prompt||Help greatly appreciated with image re Robert McVitie. although I knew that this grave was at Dean Cemetery I have been in ill health and am located in Dumfries eighty miles south so visiting it was a bit of a problem|
|MEAD||Thank You||Martha and Henry Mead were my paternal great great grandparents. I had no idea when Henry died or where they were both buried until I came across your marvellous site. Thank you very much to everyone who is involved with this project, it is very much appreciated.|
|MEADE||incorrect death year||Ann Butcher Barnstaple Grave died in 1861
She was my 3 great grandmother .... more|
|MEADOWS||Gravestones Medbourne||I would like to point out that MEDBOURNE is in the County of LEICESTERSHIRE. A place I have visited many times & personally noted family names you have mentioned. .... more|
|MEADOWS||clarity||Whilst I appreciate the service offered and the work done by the volunteers I have found that most of the images I have requested have, in the main, been generally indecipherable and of little use as a record. The temporary removal of a vase of flowers obliterating text or the angle at which the photo was taken would make all the difference |
|MEAKINS||Benjamin Meakins||Prompt response on request, photo is clear, accurate and legible. Would certainly use again.|
|MEALING||Thank you for the image of Isaac and Betty Ringrose||Many thanks Charles for this image, with much new information on the maternal ancestors of the Mealings who sailed to Australia in 1854 to become pioneers in southern New South Wales. By the way your email with all its valuable links landed in my gmail spam box - it was 3 days there before I noticed it - I wonder if some of your unacknowledged emails to other researchers met the same fate. Thank you again. |
|MEANWELL||Meanwell||Thanks for the speedy service, this will add depth to my family tree. Thank you also to the photographers
|MEANWELL||Thank You||Wonderful service and very, very much appreciated. Thanks for all your work on this and that of the photographers.|
|MECK||Thomas Meck - Norfolh||Thank you for your help with this!|
|MECKLENBURG||Thanks for the photo, greatly appreciated||Thank you so much for the photo of Nathaniel Mecklenburg's grave. Living in Australia, its difficult to get this type of information.
Thanks again and best wishes,
Geoff Cresser |
|MECKLENBURGH||THANK YOU SO MUCH!||I can't thank you enough for the wonderful service that you are doing. It's such an invaluable work that you are doing for those who are researching their ancestors.
Thnakk You, Shonny Russell |
|MEDD||Prompt Reply and resouce||Reply to request recieved within the evening.
Super image of inscription
John Eccles Medd and Wife Betty|
|MEDFORTH||Thankyou||This is a brilliant site the photos of the Medforth gravestones have helped fill some blanks on my family tree.|
|MEDFORTH||Many thanks.||Thank you so very much for making this information available, and so easily accessible. These are my 3x great grandparents, who I have only recently discovered, so these pictures are wonderful.|
|MEDFORTH||Valuable resource||Thank you so much for providing information regarding my direct ancestors that I have been unable to find anywhere else.|
|MEDHURST||Grateful Thanks||Thank you Charles for your wonderful service and enabling me to add more to my family history|
|MEDLAR||Thankyou!||Thankyou for your speedy response!|
|MEEK||Thankyou for image of the gravestone of||Thankyou for image of the gravestone of Richard Meek, very much appreciated.|
|MEEK||A useful facility||Very impressed by this website. An excellent initiative for family historians.
I asked for a high resolution picture of a possible ancestor and it was available in a few moments.
Just in case someone from the Meek 'clan' reads this... I am attempting to track down my great- great-great grandparents Robert Meek and Jane or Jean Meek nee Gowans or Gowns whose son George Meek is noted at West Calder as birth 1.8.1801 and baptised on 16.8.1801.|
|MEGGESON||Quality Service||Great web site. Thanks to all who contribute to this great service|
|MEGGISON||Thank you||Thank you Charles, and also thanks to Bob Willis for taking the the photo. It is very much appreciated.|
|MEIKLEJOHN||Resource||This has been a very helpful site for my research.|
|MEIKLEJOHN||Acknowledgement of help||Thank you for providing help with image of Magnus Sutherland's headstone which includes my 3rd Great Aunt Elizabeth Meiklejohn. Members of the Meiklejohn family emigrated to Australia, I am one of their descendants.|
|MELLARD||RE the gravestone of Sarah Mellard||Thank you so much for the prompt reply and the image. As in most cases I guess this stone poses more questions for my research than providing answers. That's the fascination of studying family history. At the moment I am spending much of my spare time on this research but would be glad to be involved in adding photographs in the future. In the meantime I will use your resource to continue my work
|MELLOR||Family History Research||Prompt and helpful service.The image will help to firm up details of Mellor family members for further research.|
|MELLOR||MELLOR, SWANN. COOPER||I appreciate the time and help you have given in supplying the photos requested. They are an invaluable resource for those unable to travel to graves away from home. Many, Many Thanks
Denise Davison Nee' Mellor|
|MELLOWS||I was happily surprised to find the phot||I was happily surprised to find the photo of the gravestone of my ancestor, Margaret Mellows, who is my gr, gr, great grandmother. This site looks to be very informative and I will be doing a lot more digging here in the future.
I am also interested to find if there are any links to Liam Mellows (William Joseph), who was executed for his part in the Irish rebellion of 1916.
|MELLS||Thank you||Thank you so much, Its wonderful to see the final resting place of an ancestor when i am in Australia|
|MELVILLE-JACKSON||Thank you||Have just received the image requested for the above family. It will help me to confirm the parentage of a friend , who has no computer knowledge, but is very keen to find out more of her background.
Your data base is so useful, and brings to 'life' details better than words.
many thanks for a super resource|
|MENNELL||Have just stumbled upon your website. I||Have just stumbled upon your website. I am looking forward to exploring it. Thank You|
|MENZIES||Brilliant site||Really grateful to find photo of gravestone for William Cunningham Menzies with his wife and 1 of his sons. Great addition to our family tree many thanks. |
|MERCER||Thank you & Help Request||Thank you so much for your quick response to my image request. I am not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I am in search of the cemetery/headstones for Frederick & Laura (Chapman) Mercer. Frederick would be a son and grandson to Joseph and Ambrose Mercer (grave ID 529962). He was born around 1858 in Cranbrook and possibly died in 1941 in Croyden, but cannot say for sure that this is the correct death date or place. Can anyone help me?|
|MERCIECA||SERVICE QUALITY||What a briliant service this is; thank you! I intend to continue tracing my own ancestry in Ireland, and will let you have any memorial photos that I take, together with any I take at Richmond (Surrey)cemetery when my own family members are buried.
I am trying to recreate a photograph of a boys' school soccer team from 1961 when we were all aged 11. I have found 9 of the 11 (all still living) and, following further research thanks to your picture of his sister's memorial, know that a 10th, her brother John, is also alive, but I have no direct contact details for him.
Did I read from your information that you had such detail of those who had requested a photo? If so, that might very well lead to down another path to discovery.
|MEREDITH||thanks||Just to say thank you for a great website.|
|MERRELLS||Grateful Thanks||Charles - Grateful appreciation for such a fast response to my request for two photographs for Edward & Patience Merrells gravestones at Leiston in Suffolk.
Thank you, Sandra|
|MERRELLS||Enquiry from Albert Cox||Received your comments Albert, yes a connection through marriage Merrells/ Tongeman.
I cannot reply through here, if you want to contact me directly key my name into Google.uk
|MERRETT||Excellent service||Thank you for such a quick response Charles, I wasn't expecting a reply so quickly, especially with it being the weekend.
A huge thank you to everyone who makes this site possible, I think this Is such a great resource and should be on all genealogist bookmarks :) |
|MERRICK||Gravestone||Thank you for a very prompt reply to my request. Great website and very good quality photo with clear engravings.|
|MERRITT||MERRITT/FISHER||I received a photograph of the monument to my maternal great grandparents - Charles and Deborah Merritt.
The work of the volunteers is really appreciated. Thank you everyone of you who do this valuable work.
I hope to photograph gravestones in the Bedfordshire area come spring.|
|MERRY-WEST||Thank you||I wish to thank you and your volunteers for this site. I am always happy to find a Merry-West as they are hard to find.|
|MESNEY||Thank you||Thank you so much for sending the photo of Michael Mesney's grave so promptly. It is much appreciated and I'm sure I'll be back for more photos. |
|MESSENGER||grave photo||Thankyou so much for the photo of one of my ancestors|
|MESTON||Thank you||Thank you again for this very useful resource.|
|METCALF||Helpful photos||This site was very helpful and it is gratifying to see the actual gravestone of my ancestor. Living in Canada, it is not viable for me to go to the graveyards in England to do this research. I truly appreciate the volunteers who have spent so much of their time making it easier of others to track the details of their ancestors' final resting place. Many thanks, Rosemary P|
|METCALF||Brilliant Website||I would just like the administrators and volunteers of this website for their invaluable help in my research of my Australian ancestors.As I live in England, and my ancestors are all over Australia, it would be an impossible task for me to be able to visit their gravestones. Therefore the service you had provided me has been immensely helpful. Thank you very much. Heather |
|METCALFE||gravestones||Thanks Charles for your valuable site. It has helped sort out some discrepancies in my research.|
|METHERELL||Metherell - BULLOCK||Thank you very much for the excellent quality of the photograph and your exceptional service. I’m so very grateful to you, Charles, for your dedicated efforts in making it so much easier to find our pasts for all of us so far away. |
|METHLEY||Great site!||I have just used this site for the first time and it is such a great resource. To be able to see a gravestone with all it's information for free is amazing. I look forward to helping in the future. |
|MEYER||Julia MEYERS||Had no idea where Julia was buried, so very happy to have place of burial and photo of stone and also one of whole grave.
|MICHAEL||Paul Michael & Tilly Michael headstone||Thank you for sending the enlarged image of my 2nd cousin's headstone. You were very prompt and you have my appreciation for doing so.
|MICHELL||Thankyou||Thank you for a great site. Keep it up. Herbert Wilson Michell's information is incorrect. Is there a way to get it changed?|
|MICKLE||Thank you for this headstone image. It||Thank you for this headstone image. It has been helpful|
|MIDDLEDITCH||feedback||I really appreciate your prompt reply to my request of a grave photo of Earn Middleditch. REally pleased|
|MIDDLETON||Thank you||Many thanks to Charles and this website for such a useful and time saving resource. When I needed details of a grave in Alford the town council wanted £20 just to look it up on their already computerised system. This site is totally free and also supplied me with a superb photo of the grave stone thus eliminating the need to travel and locate. Good luck for the future with this fantastic enterprise.|
|MIDDLETON||William & Elizabeth Middleton||Thank you for the speedy response to my request. Your website is a great help to researchers of family history. I would also like to thank the people that photograph the gravestones as they are very generous people to give their time to this help.
Thank you once again.|
|MIDDLETON||Frost||Thank you so much. A brilliant site. Long may it continue.|
|MIDDLETON||Walsall help||I'm looking for the grave of grandad Middleton, his full name is Arthur Middleton, died April 1926 and is buried in Ryecroft cemetary. Any help would be great. Thank you|
|MIDGLEY||Thank you||This is a great idea especially for pople who live some distance form where their relatives are buried. |
|MIDWINTER||Wonderful Family History Resource||Thank you so much for providing this service for those who don't live near the churchyard, and which is especially helpful for those of us who live in far-away countries.|
|MIDWORTH||Sibsey connections||How refreshing and delightful to get an excellent service at no cost. The info on the stone takes me one small step closer to solving a great mystery. I'd love to hear from anyone with Midworth, Pickett or Morton interests that relate to Sibsey, Lincolnshire.|
|MILBANK||Barbara Ann Kelly / Dorothy Florence Reiss Monument||Thank you so very much ' for showing the Grave Monument photo with Death Info, on Barbara Ann Kelly & Dorothy Florence Reiss Nee Milbank.
Thank you... Regards Margaret Strobl ' Nee ' Milbank.|
|MILES||MILES & GODDARD||Thank You For sending the photos that I Requested, Great and Fast Service,
|MILES||Thank you for a wonderful site, I have f||Thank you for a wonderful site, I have found several ancesters as I did not know where they were buried. Many many thanks.|
|MILES||Great site||I stumbled across this site while preparing for my first trip back to England since getting interested in family history. It's already saved me a lot of roaming around cemeteries time. Many thanks to everyone who has contributed.|
|MILES||MILES - CRITTENDEN||Thank you for the grave stone of John William Crittenden,I believe he was born 1846 but I have not sent for his birth certificate yet, but he did die in 1926 in Withyham.|
|MILES||Thank You||Thank you for the photo of the grave of Rachel Miles in Yarm.
Very much appreciated|
|MILES||Thanks||Thank you for making an image of my 2xGtgranparents grave available. It is much appreciated.|
|MILES||Miles headstones||Thank you so much the enlarged copy i received was brilliant although a little hard to read towards the bottom but you get that after all this time.|
|MILES||Gravestone Picture of Samuel Miles||Many thanks for the gravestone picture of my many times great grandfather.
|MILL||Great resource||Many thanks for a speedy response to my request. This is a great resource for researchers.|
|MILLAGE||Finding my Grandpartents grave site||My Grandparents aren't listed in your online records. How do I find their plot? .... more|
|MILLAR||MILLAR CRAIG||What a brilliant and helpful site, thank you so much for doing this.|
|MILLARD||Thanks||Many thanks for the photograph of William Wright Millard. It has filled in another gap on the family tree. This is a wonderful site and I hope that it keeps on growing so we can all continue to find something useful.|
|MILLARD||Incorrect description on web site.||To correct details on this web site, for Millard graves at Balmoral Cemetery, Brisbane: Elizabeth is the DAUGHTER of Maria Millard, and the Robert John on this epitaph is the HUSBAND of Maria Millard. And William Dennis is the son of Elizabeth and Robert John Millard.
Thank you,and thank you for the work you do.|
|MILLER||Keith John Miller||Thank you for your wonderful efforts.|
|MILLER||MILLER - STOCKTON ON TEES||Many thanks for the image. The dates tie inmaking these people part of my family tree.
|MILLER||MILLER/WARD/STIFFELL/SURMAN||This is a fantastic resource and fills a gap in presently available genealogical resources. I never expected to be able to see a family gravestone from Wick, Caithness. Than you Charles and all your volunteers.|
|MILLER||Ian miller||Wow thanks so very much charles for your super quick response and also for all your hard work . This is the 1st time i have seen my grandmother, grandads and uncles grave and it is so much appreciated .Many many thanks . susan swanson |
|MILLER||Request for details of gravestone for John Robert Miller||The response to my request for a copy picture of the grave stone for the above names was almost immediate. Unfortunately whilst it stated the copy s attached...there was NO ATTACHMENT.
|MILLER||Thanks||Many thanks for your response. I really appreciate it. I have quite a lot on at the moment but will get back to my research soon.
You are doing a really great job.|
|MILLER||Miller Family||Would like contact from anyone researching The Miller/Muller families mainly from the Marlborough/Nelson area.
I will be adding headstone photo's for the Millers and descendents to this site in the near future.
|MILLER||Thanks||You have been a great help in my studies of millers in Wetherby & Kirk deighton
|MILLER||A very big thank you||I have just found my grandmothers gravestone in your collection. I never knew her and didn't think there would be a memorial as the family was poor. Charles you provide a wonderful service, thank you.|
|MILLER||Thank you Charles!||What a great resource to stumble upon :-). It can be very hard researching UK ancestors from the other side of the world, and to find this site that has photos on it as well is amazing.
Thank you Charles for this awesome work, it is much appreciated.|
|MILLER||Edward Mant Miller||Wow! What a brilliant site, not only for family research but in preserving the info of these people for future generations. You and your team of volunteers are doing a fantastic job. Thank you. |
|MILLER||Thankyou||Excellent service as always, much appreciated.|
|MILLER||Miller grave||excellent, thank you|
|MILLER||Thank you||I would like to thank you for helping me find the gravestone of my 3 X great grandparents and I look forward to being able to go and pay my respects to them .|
|MILLER||found photo of headstone very helpful an||found photo of headstone very helpful and gave confirmation of info. many thanks|
|MILLER||Richard King Miller. Finally found a con||Richard King Miller. Finally found a connection for my family tree (Rist/Nugent)in Australia. |
|MILLETT||Thank You||Thank you for sending information re Millett family. Much appreciated. Apologies for late acknowledgement.
Cheers Gwladys Main|
|MILLIGAN||Many thanks for the image of the monumen||Many thanks for the image of the monument to Frederick Paterson MILLIGAN (1870-1961) it has been helpful in my research of the family.|
|MILLINGTON||MILLINGTONs from East Bridgford||Thank you for all the photographs from East Bridgford church yard. I am trying to put together the numerous MILLINGTON families and these fill in some of the gaps - although I still have more to look at :-)
If anyone else is researching these families - please contact me.
|MILLMAN||Great Help||Thank you for supplying me with the image of our 4th G Grandparents headstone. A huge help in confirming our research into our family tree. Looking forward to looking for more.|
|MILLS||Possible new ancestor||Many thanks for sending the memorial photo so quickly, it's quite exciting that I may have found another branch of my family I never knew I had! A very interesting website, I wish I had found it earlier.|
|MILLS||John Mills||Very, many thanks for the images of the John Mills and Henry Mills gravestones which I came upon by accident, when I googled my grandmother's name. A wonderful website, to which I hope to send in some of my own images soon.|
|MILLS||Thankyou for your prompt service. Much a||Thankyou for your prompt service. Much appreciated.|
|MILLS||Information for Harry Mills son of Cyril John Mills aka Sid||I would like to get in touch with Harry or Max Mills, Harry has requested to know where his father was laid to rest in Ilfracombe. Cyril John Mills aka (Sid) was aged 49 when he passed away in October 13th 2002/3 .... I did not know that the boys had been adopted. I was at one point in a relationship with there Dad and both boys visited me in Worthing West Sussex with there dad .... more|
|MILLS||Resource||Your website is a marvellous resource and all your hard work is much appreciated. Invaluable to someone like me who is researching her family history but is unable to make long trips.|
|MILLS||Thanks||Received the photos - thank you so much for such a quick and helpful service!!
|MILLWARD||Thank you||Thank you so much for sharing photos, this has helped me greatly in tracing my husbands family tree.|
|MILLWOOD||Thank you||Thank you for making headstone photographs available. I have used your service several times with excellent results.|
|MILMINE||Thanks||Just wanted to sat what a wonderful site - so glad I found you. The 2 images I have viewed are great.
Very many thanks
Maureen M Hailstone
|MILNE||trying to establish a date of death in 1912||Iam researching the family of JOHN BANNERMAN MILNE the dundee cinema owner
his father charles milne was a coal merchant died suddenly aged 65 june 17 1940 buried in eastern cemetery dundee scotland his wife susan bannerman milne died august 21 1942 at a nursing home in perth buried in eastern cemetery dundee scotland there was also a daughter susan bannerman milne born july 13 1900 died 1912 aged 12 years old dont have a date of death for her
JBM also had a brother charles and a sister lizzie(elizabeth) she was older than jbm charles was younger again, dont have any dates of death i do know that charles was married and had two sons david and john as milne left his estate(ruthven estate) to them in his will i dont know if lizzie married or not
at a rough guess i reckon lizzie died in the 50's and charles possibly died mid 60's as the average age for this family was around 65/6
any help trying to locate the grave in eastern cemetery would be much appreciated as i have never visited this cemetery which is on arbroath road|
|MILNE||Thank you||Thank you for the image of Irvine Kempt Milne's gravestone.|
|MILNER||Thank you||Thank you so much for your speedy response to my request for 2 photos of gravestones connected with the Milner family.I am so grateful to have these and will visit in the near future.Best regardsJackie|
|MILNER||I wish to acknowledge prompt support fro||I wish to acknowledge prompt support from Mr Charles Sale Gravestone Photographic Resource.
Charles made available high quality headstone photograph late Mr William Edward Milner
interred Linthorpe Middlesbrough.
I confirm distant family connection to this gentleman.
|MILNER||Thank you so much for your help in my se||Thank you so much for your help in my search for Edward and Sarah Milners gravestone, very much appreciated|
|MILNER-GIBSON||Delighted researcher||Excellent quality images that told me much I could never otherwise have known about my wife's family.|
|MILNES||Thank you !||Thanks so much for the photos of the memorial to John Milnes inside the Ashover Church.
I will be visiting Ashover in Sept this year, and look forward to returning to the lovely church.|
|MILROY||THANK YOU||Many thanks to all the kind people who are capturing these photos before the MI is totally weathered and for making distance research easierA picture helps to bring the past nearerTHANK YOU ALL|
|MILROY||Grave of Margaret Milroy Barnstaple||The photographer has kindly revisited the grave and has now read it as:
Born at Kirkmaiden
Scotland Jan 1795
Died April 1872
wife of the late James Milroy
died January 1873 or 5
On her first visit she also could read Margaret's age was 72 the second age was 69 and Alexander's age was either 52 0r 61
This matches data found on Free BMD and censuses for the family believed to be siblings children of Patrick Miloy and Agnes Hamilton of Kirkmaiden Wigtownshire who traded in drapery and tea in Cornwall and Devon
|MILSOM||Catherine Ann Milsom / George Milsom||Many thanks for forwarding the photos of the graves of the above. |
|MILSOM||Many thanks for this resource - invaluab||Many thanks for this resource - invaluable|
|MILSON||I am very grateful for this resource and||I am very grateful for this resource and for all the effort that must have gone in to setting it up and maintaining it. Having seen an image of the graves of some 3rd great-grandparents it has inspired me to actually visit the churchyard where I now know them to be buried. Many thanks.|
|MINCHIN||Minchin / Dumas family history||This resource set up by Charles Sale has proved invaluable in my ancestral research. The image of the family gravestone that he sent me was more useful than all the census searches I had done!(Not to mention a little emotional too.)
Thank you Charles Sale.|
|MINES||Thanks!||Thanks for the gravestone photo. I have added additional comments and would like to add photos of more family members.|
|MINGAY||A thank you||Thanks very much for sending these images to me so quickly. The website and service you provide is really useful for those of us who are unable to personally visit these graveyards. Keep up the good work!|
|MINIFIE||Thank you||Thank you for doing this. It's a remarkably efficient and helpful resource.|
|MINIFIE||Thank you||Thank you for all these images of the graves of lots of my Somerset ancestors.|
|MINTER||Church name||I believe the church in Marlesford is St Andrews, not St Michaels. .... more|
|MITCHELL||Josias Mitchell Gravestone Photo||Just like to say, thanks so much for the photo and thanks to all the volunteers for their hard work|
|MITCHELL||Thank you||Thank you for your prompt response and beautiful photo. I have already recommended youir site to family and friends.
|MITCHELL||Thank you||Many thanks for the speedy reply of the photo. The photos are very clear making it much easier to read as the inscriptions can be very worn. Excellent service that I would recommend to all those searching for the final resting place. Which isn't easy!! Thank you once again.|
|MITCHELL||Just a note to say thank you||Dear sir or madam
I visited your web site just as reference and found out that my great grandfather/mother John and Louisa Mitchell (GPR grave number 77155) was buried in the local cemetery here in Barnstaple. So I did not need to request a photo from you, I visited the grave myself. I would just like to say that I appreciate the information held on your website and found it has been very useful.
|MITCHELL||Charles Ritchie Edinburgh, Scotland||There are more children for this family, here are all that I know of (could be more)
RITCHIE, Margaret Bir 1797 Scot Midl Edinbu
Fa: Charles RITCHIE
Mo: Mary MITCHELL
RITCHIE, Charles Bir 1798 Scot Midl Edinbu
Fa: Charles RITCHIE
Mo: Mary MITCHELL
RITCHIE, Mary Bir 1800 Scot Midl Edinbu
Fa: Charles RITCHIE
Mo: Mary MITCHELL
RITCHIE, Christian Bir 1802 Scot Midl Edinbu
Fa: Charles RITCHIE
Mo: Mary MITCHELL
RITCHIE, Janet Bir 1804 Scot Midl Edinbu
Fa: Charles RITCHIE
Mo: Mary MITCHEL
RITCHIE, John Bir 1806 Scot Midl Edinbu
Fa: Charles RITCHIE
Mo: Mary MITCHEL
RITCHIE, Elizabeth Bir 1808 Scot Midl Edinbu
Fa: Charles RITCHIE
Mo: Mary MITCHELL
RITCHIE, Jane Bir 1808 Scot Midl Edinbu
Fa: Charles RITCHIE
Mo: Mary MITCHEL|
|MITCHELL||Gravestone photo request thank you.||Thank you so much for your wonderfully prompt service. The image is also very crisp and perfect.
I'm also very impressed with the craftmanship on the headstone. My sincerest regards.|
|MITCHELL||thank you||thank you for your prompt reply, Great service for all researching family ancestry. Keep up the great work|
|MITCHELL||John Mitchell and Louisa Mitchell nee Dymond||My grandmother Mabel Maud Cook nee Mitchell died aged 44 before I was born. I know little of her family. I was therefore delighted to find the headstone of her parents John Mitchell and Louisa Mitchell nee Dymond on your site. Thanks so very much, and keep up the good work.|
|MITCHELL||Excellent Geneaological Resource||I am so impressed with this website. My request for a gravestone photo was responded to within hours; the photo is of exceptional quality. My deepest thanks to Charles Sales and the many volunteers who support this site.
|MITCHELL||Thank you once more||Thank you for providing an image of the gravestone of Robert Mitchell. I honestly think you provide one of the most useful on-line services to family historians|
|MITCHELL||Arthur Mitchell gravestone||This image of Arthur Mitchells gravestone has been very helpful as I have noticed the initial E as his middle name.
I believe the Arthur I have been looking for has the middle name Edward This find will help me move further on with my family search
Thank you Charles for all the work you do with this web site its a great archive.|
|MITCHELL||Grave of James Mitchell||Thank you for the work done by Caroline Church. |
|MITCHELL||Mitchells||I have just come upon your site and I must say I am blown away. I live in Quebec Canada so for me searching for my Mitchells in England Cornwall and Sussex is extremely difficult. I am finding this site extremely helpful and know from personal experience how difficult this work is as my cousin and I took on the cleaning and repairing of our home cemetery which had been left in a disgraceful state. I have been searching for my Mitchells for a long time and have found a lot of pertinent information and this site can only add I hope to the material I have already found or confirm some I am not sure off. Thank-you for all the effort you have put into this site.
|MITCHELL||John Frederick Mitchell||born Johannes Freidrich Kugel.|
|MITCHELL||Emily Julia Mitchell||I have been searching for my missing family for many years now, and would like to thank those involved with this website for making it possible to locate missing family, in particular in locales outside of ones own residential district. Great site. Thank you.|
|MITCHELL||Norman Mitchell||This Norman Mitchel is of the right age but without reference to a relative I can't prove one way or another that is the man I want. Thank you all the same|
|MITCHELL||A big thank you for providing this||This was so easy to use, so quick to get and I am very grateful for all your help!
|MITCHELL||Many thanks||Many thanks for allowing me to view three headstones of distant family members, all of whom are in my family tree. I have added some info which you do not have, and hope this is helpful.|
|MITCHELMORE||A big thank you for the speedier than sp||A big thank you for the speedier than speedy image which you kindly forwarded. It's helped to fill in another ancestry gap.
|MITCHENALL||Thank you||Many thanks for the great service. Would like to hear from others researching the same name.|
|MITFORD||My Thanks!||I am so grateful to be able to see the inscription on the gravestone for Mary Ann Mitford, William Mitford, and his second wife, Sarah. I believe that Mary Ann and William are my 2x great-grandparents. What an invaluable service!|
|MOBBS||Thanks for great service||Thanks as usual for the Grave photos and the great servie you provide|
|MOCHRIE||Gravestone for William Mochrie||Thank you for your quick reply to my email. Perhaps I did not understand your response. There was not an attachment as the email suggested showing the gravestone of William Mochrie.|
|MOCK||MOCK/HODSON/NORTON||Thank you for providing such an invaluable resource!|
|MOCK||Thank you||Outstanding service for the fact poor, and the remote relative.
I'm overwhelmed that this is all done voluntarily, and congratulate you.
In Australia, but descended from Tucker, Terrey, Atkins, Mock from Barnstaple area.|
|MOCK||A fantastic resource||To Charles and all the volunteers who give their time photographing a big thank you for the help that it provides for people like myself tracking down family relatives. Keep up the good work!|
|MOCK||Fantastic service||Thank you so much for provided this service, i received my request within 24 hours such a quick response, thank you again for all the your hard work and dedication.|
|MOFFATT||Alan||Just to say thank you for this super resource.|
|MOIR||Moir Family of Surrey and environs||I am most impressed by your website and very pleased by the prompt sending of images for the Moir gravestones. Thank you very much. Keep up the good work.|
|MOIR||TOMBSTONE PHOTO||Thanks so much to Steve Lockwood for sending me a larger image of Peter & Margaret Moir's tombstone at E Grinstead. Scottish Peter became a pioneering coffee-planter in Ceylon in 1822 and was apparently the cousin of James Taylor from Laurencekirk, Scotland, who first experimented successfully with tea-planting in Ceylon.|
|MOIR||Donation||I'd like to transfer you a small donation as thanks for your trouble with the Moir image but I can't see any acct details on your site. Please help me!|
|MOJOR||MOJOR ALBERT VAILLANT||well done
|MOLINEUX||MOLINEUX MONTGOMERIE||I live in Australia and I have been searching for the Molineux Montgomerie on my mother's side of the family in England. I am so grateful with this wonderful website which has enabled me to find some missing family history information.|
|MOLINEUX||MOLINEUX MONTGOMERIE||Thank you very much for the fast service, i really do appreciate this wonderful service.|
|MOLISON||Molison and Davidson families of Balnagask Aberdeen||Several answers came to long standing questions using this very thoughtful, complete and efficient service. Many Thanks indeed for your time and effort, all reflected in the excellence of delivery.|
|MOLL||Wonderful Help||Thank you so much for this image - what you do is wonderful|
|MOLLER||Many thanks for sending the image of Joh||Many thanks for sending the image of John Alan Moller's WWII gravestone in the Jonkerbos World War II Cemetery. It is a fantastically clear image. And many thanks for your excellent work keeping this site going. |
|MONCRIEFF||relationship||the first entry under the name Moncrieff on your list - Robina Christian Scott Moncreiff - was the daughter-in-law of Alexander Dickson.|
|MONCUR||Moncur lair, Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh||Wonderful to view the names and details of my family so crisply photographed. Hoping to make use of this excellent site to unearth Moncurs and Kerrs. Thank you so much, James Moncur Kerr.
Ross-shire, Scotland. .... more|
|MONEY||Correction||William Money was married to Martha, whose maiden name was Woodger.
Harriet Money is listed on the stone as "sister of above", not sister of Martha - she was actually the sister of William. .... more|
|MONKMAN||Thanks||Thank you so much for your prompt reply to my image request. Your help is greatly appreciated.|
|MONTEITH||Monteith information||Very good website - great resource. Thanks.|
|MOODIE||Thankyou||Thankyou so very very much..i had no idea where my gt gt grandparents where buried and you have been so helpful. I really appreciatted finding them. Thankyou,Carole.|
|MOODY||Photos||I'd just like to say I've found this website to be immensely helpful and I am enjoying it very much. I've seen photos of graves that I never would have been able to glimpse otherwise, at least not for a few years. So thank you. Keep up the great work!
|MOON||Moon grave at Fobbing||I'm glad I requested this photo, because the one I have of this Moon grave was taken earlier and one name (Muriel B. Moon)has been added later - the grave has also been tidied up. Must see who did this.|
|MOONIE||Gravestone Photo||Many thanks for your very quick response in providing the photograph for me. You are offering a wonderful service, especially for people who are unable to visit the site in person.|
|MOOR||Moor headstone||Thank you Mr Sale.I had no idea my ancestors were buried here and till I stumbled on this site through another link had no idea this site existed.|
|MOOR||Re Betsy Moor (nee Teal)||Many thanks for supplying me the image of the above gravestone.|
|MOORE||Gravestone||Many thanks for the picture of Knaggs Moores gravestone - something else to add to my family history file!|
|MOORE||sampson moore grave inscription/photo||I am very keen to find the gravestone inscription or photo from my GGGgrandfather, Sampson Moores grave. He was a well known engineer in Liverpool and I know he was buried at Walton on the hill cemetary in july 1874. His wife, Elizabeth moore, was also buried there in 1859. Can anyone help? It would be greatly appreciated.|
|MOORE||A great project||What a wonderful idea, I do hope more people contribute photos. I will certainly make this site known to other family historians.|
|MOORE||Gravestone Project||Thank you so much for the extremely clear photograph. I think that your project is really impressive and will certainly recommend it to fellow researchers.|
|MOORE||MOORE, JACK||David Jack married Charlotte Mary Moore in Georgetown, B. Guiana, in July 1865; they had 5 children, first one in the British Guiana (Alice) and the other three in Edinburgh: Norah, Ernest, Lewis and Charlotte.
Let me add - now that I've seen photograph and comments on the tomb, that JOHN MOORE was Charlotte (Moore) Jack's father, then a widower, who spent 40 years in the British Guiana as a Catechist (1842 to 1883).
|MOORE||Grave photos||Huge thank you to the site which today tied up some loose ends and confirmed dates of death for me. Can you tell me how I can continue to view the photos I have requested as I have managed to save the images to my computer yet. Can't seem to find the view image page. Many thanks|
|MOORE||re: grave pics||I would like to request grave photos for John Moore (died June 23, 1980)and Frances Moore (died Jan. 22, 1974)at Aldershot Crematorium, Aldershot, Rushmore Borough, Hampshire, England thank you, donna white|
|MOORE||feedback||thank you for letting me download this photo, its another ancestor on my mother's paternal grandmothers side of the family|
|MOORE||Kevan||Thanks yet again for your help.|
|MOORE||Thanks!||Thanks for this brilliant website - and thanks in particular for the photo of the Moore family grave in Cleasby.|
|MORAN||MORAN, CUMMINGS, WRIGHTSON||Just discovered this site and looking forward to receiving my first image. Having just ordered a small engraved plaque, to mark the place where the ashes of my parents rest in a small local graveyard. I am aware that this wonderful resource of gravestone information will be lost in the future. |
|MORDEN||Morden||Your work in invaluable, this is the only resource for the information. I am grateful for your unique passion of gathering and posting the history.
|MOREHEAD||In gratitude||Thank you very much first, for hosting this very useful site and second for your prompt response to my query.|
|MOREHEAD||Handy resource.||Handy resource.|
|MOREHEAD||Morehead Headstone||Thanks for a wonderful service.|
|MOREHEAD||Inscriptions||Thank you for your photos of monuments and the inscriptions. I'm sure your details help others in their family history research, especially for people who live far away.|
|MORELY||Thank you||Thank you for the photographs.
|MORELY||Elizabeth HARGRAVES [1833-1900]||From the gravestone it would be assumed that Elizabeth HARGRAVES nee HOLT was William HARGRAVES second wife. In fact she was his third. The second,not on this gravestone as she was buried in Garforth, Yorkshire, was Adelaide HARGRAVES nee MORELY [1831-1862] by whom he had two children - Margaret Morely [1859-1920] and William Arthur [1861-1941] HARGRAVES.
Thank you or the information on and photo of Elizabeth's gravestone.|
|MORETON||FEEDBACK||I REQUESTED A PHOTO OF GEORGE AND EMILY MORETONS GRAVE EXPECTING TO WAIT A FEW DAYS BEFORE IT ARRIVED . I HAD NOT FINISHED MY RESEARCH SESSION WHEN THE PHOTO APPEARED .VERY SPEEDY RESPONSE AND EXCELLENT PICTURE .THANKYOU .|
|MORGAN||MARTHA MORGAN||Hello Charles,
thank you very much for this site. A brilliant resource re family history activity. No doubt a considerable amount of effort has gone into producing this resource. Have just started undertaking family history research, and, will submit photo's of various grave sites( Cemeteries as I undertake further research.
Once again thank you
Sam ROBINSON |
|MORGAN||St Thomas Church Barnsley UK||I am wondering if there are any volunteers in the Barnsley area? I would like photos of my ancestors headstones, all in St Thomas Churchyard at Gawber in Barnsley. I have a list of all names and dates and some numbers that might be plot numbers or parish register numbers. Any help would be greatly appreciated.|
|MORGAN||Information||Thank you very much for the link you sent so that I could view
A long forgotten gravestone, this site is a great help many thanks for all the hard work maintaining it
|MORGAN||Charlton Elliot Morgan||Thankyou for allowing me to view the site.It has helped me enormously.|
|MORGAN||Family Research||Thanks so much for providing the photo of this headstone. It certainly helped me decipher the names of Frederick Morgan and Clara Hawkey's children. |
|MORGAN||David Andrew MORGAN||David Andrew Morgan age 75 years was the Father. Catherine Anne Dumsday age 44 years was his divorced daughter. David Lewis Morgan aged 42 years was his elder son. Percival (Lloyd) Morgan age ~34 years was his younger son. They were killed by a V-1 Doodlebug landing on their house 84 Blythe Road, in Hammersmith. David Andrew's wife Catherine Mary Morgan died in the June quarter of 1940, age ~69 years. Only 1 daughter survived - Lillian May Tudor Miles who was married and living outside London. Lillian died 16 Aug 1983, birth date 17 Aug 1907. In his early life, David Andrew Morgan was known as David Andrew Jones according to my relatives.|
|MORGAN||Thanks||Thank you for providing this service. Trying to obtain this image in other circumstances would have been extremely awkward. The last person on this gravestone was not officially listed in 1 list of those reported dead.|
|MORLEY||Thank you||Stumbled upon this site just today and would like to thank everyone involved. Currently researching George Morley the father of Thomas George Morley who was born in the UK about 1825 , Thomas left his homeland and ventured to Australia, he married Sarah Bott in Australia January 1855 and died May 1891 at the age of about 65. Thomas & Sarah had 9 children ( Rebecca, Robert, John, (John child death) Mary, Elizabeth, Maria, Charlotte & William ) we have limited information of his family in Britain and finding a site like this is wonderful and could be very helpful.
|MORLEY||Thanks for the first request sorry I ask||Thanks for the first request sorry I asked for the same one again. opps I did not see how the look at them until now. Regards Greta|
|MORLEY||Many thanks for photo of Thomas Morley m||Many thanks for photo of Thomas Morley my 4th great grand father very grateful for people like you that do a lot of work to make a family tree come to life.|
|MORLEY||Thank you.||The images are brilliant. Such a useful site which enables researchers to look at the gravestone without
having to travel hundreds of miles.
Thank you so much.|
|MORLING||thanks for photo of a morling gravestone||Many thanks for the very swift response to my request for a copy of the photograph, much appreciated|
|MORLING||Thanks||Great to see Headstone. I live in Christchurch, New Zealand so unable to visit UK CEMETERIES. |
|MORRES||Thank you||I was very pleased to receive the digital version of the Morres memorial at Wokingham, Berkshire to add to my research on the Reverend John Morres who was Rector of our parish, Nether Broughton, Leics. Mary, remembered on the memorial was his daughter and the first wife of Elliot Morres; Beatrice, also remembered was his second wife - your notes on the memorial says she was WIFE of Mary - clearly this is an error.
John is buried in our churchyard as are his wife Elizabeth, sons John and Philip, grandson John Michael and granddaughter Elizabeth Charlotte. There are three large ledger-type slates - one is to sons John & Philip; the second to his wife Elizabeth and (I believe) to the Reverend himself - there are patches of concrete stuck to the surface; and a third bears only the initials I.M. - no idea yet?
I have photos of these and all the other memorials at St Mary the Virgin, Nether Broughton and although I have recorded the inscriptions I doubt if my records would fit in with your standards. You are most welcome to the pictures if I can get them to you.
|MORREY||Thank you!||I found the photo you sent earlier.....I did not realize that it would be on your website until now (I guess I thought it would be emailed to me, but it was not). I really appreciate your service in this project, and that you are willing to send larger photos than those on the website. GREAT!! Thank you very much for doing this!!|
|MORRIS||MORRIS, GEDDES, FLEMINGTON||Thanks for the photos - great idea!|
|MORRIS||Morris Gravestone||Thanks for a quick reply to my request for a photo. Your site is very helpful for family historians. Keep up the good work.|
|MORRIS||Grateful thanks||For your hard work and time freely given. I am now the proud owner of a photograph of the the grsvestone of my husbsnd's ancestor.|
|MORRIS||Appreciation||What a wonderful site. My request was dealt with in such a speedy fashion. Also, dignity and respect are not compromised.|
|MORRIS||Thank you||I am so grateful for the photograph and the very quick response. I am searching the Morris family of East Grinstead/Forest Row for a friend and this site led me to other family members.|
|MORRIS||Assistance||Hello again, Although I am living in Mt Gambier, South Australia, I have retired from police work three years ago. Is there anything I would be able to achieve from here for your site in respect to photographing any particular family grave stones necessary for your ongoing Gravestone Photographic Resources. It is just an idea as I have plenty of time on my hand when not travelling around the place. Regards Wayne Morris.|
|MORRIS||Gravestone Photos||What a lovely service you are giving to so many. I for one am truly thankful.|
|MORRIS||does anyone have any imformation on the cemetery at tatworth somerset uk||Help request|
|MORRIS||Sisters of Mercy gravestone, St Edward's, Clifford||Thank you for posting these photos - it was such a thrill to find them!|
|MORRIS||many thanks for the prompt response.||many thanks for the prompt response.|
|MORRIS||Helpful service||Thank yo so much for providing these photographs and the web interface to find them. What a wonderful service.|
|MORRISH||thanks||The service you provide has once again helped confirm my findings. Thanks so much 😊.|
|MORRISON||MORRISON/DRUMMOND||Volunteers are a necessary part of researching and rarely receive any recognition, so, on behalf of all researchers , I would like to say a very big THANK YOU for all the time and effort put into this wonderful site. |
|MORRISON||MORRISON/DRUMMOND||Thank you for the gravestone photo of Catherine Drummond/Morrison. How wonderful it is to get this photo, as I live in Australia. Many thanks Charles.|
|MORRISON||Many thanks||What a wonderful free service you offer. Many thanks for sending me a photo of the headstone I believe could be my grandparents. Keep up the good work
|MORRISON||Helpful||Finding this gravestone gave me more information which enabled me to find my ancestor's death,although she outlived her husband by many years and was not buried in his family grave.
|MORRITT||Thanks to Charles for a very helpful resource||Thanks, Charles, for dealing with my request so quickly. This has been a great help to me in my search.
|MORTIMER||Thank!||Thank you very much for the headstone images, and also for your resource. Your hard work is appreciated!|
|MORTIMER||Superb service!||Having requested a photo of a grave, the highly detailed images was sent almost immediately. Thank you and well done! It has moved me to offer my services at my local churchyard. |
|MORTON||Eyam links||Thank you for such a swift response to my request. I have added the headstone photograph you sent me to the others in my family history research file. This service is so very helpful to people like me who live a fair distance away from the people whom they are researching. You haven't seen the last of me! Many thanks!|
|MORTON||Thank you||Many thanks - without GPR I would not have located this gravesite at short notice. I am amazed that the info comes from England - so, with thanks to he internet also.|
|MORTON||Appreciation||Many thanks for this great resource. Much appreciated.|
|MOSCROP||Moscrop family tree||Thankyou for the photo of the grave of JOHN MOSCROP. I have a lot of the MOSCROP family on my family tree.Some are buried in teddington cemetery ,shacklegate lane.This photo is much appreciated.If anyone else is rezearching info on the MOSCROP family please email me.
|MOSES||Thanks||Thank you Charles for your prompt service. Having a headstone photo is always a bonus to my research|
|MOSEY||Brilliant||Very grateful to Charles for this service. To be able to see a gravestone for a family member I am researching is wonderful, particularly as a visit is difficult because of the distance involved. Thank you.|
|MOSFORTH||Excellent Service||Thank you for a very fast and efficient service|
|MOSS||Thank you!||I was thrilled to find your resource. Not only to see the photo, but to be able to add more people to my family tree|
|MOSS||Photo||thanks for photo, will now try and find other relatives|
|MOSS||Thank You||What a great website! You don't know how helpful this is to those of us who do not live in the British Isles as we are not likely to ever see these gravestones. Thank you so much for taking the time and effort to do this. It is much appreciated.|
|MOSS||Request for picture of great- grandfather/ great grandmother memorial.||Thankyou very much for your prompt reply to my request.I will now visit the cemetery in Cleethorpes and hopefully find the gravestone for myself.|
|MOTHERSOLE||Arthur Mothersole, died July 1939.||Thank you very much for your reply to my search. Unfortunately, I could not find my ancestor on your lists, but my research continues.|
|MOTLEY||Thanks||Many thanks for the photo this has helped with my research without these, dedicated voulnters this information would not be avaliable without having to travel many miles to the various cemetery's|
|MOUBRAY||Fantastic resource||Have found this site very helpful in genealogy and research. Many thanks, and I fully intend to upload/ pass on any gravestone photos I take in the course of my research. Thanks again. |
|MOULDEN||William Moulden||William Moulden is the great grandfather of my husband, Kevin. Have been researching the family tree and this site has proved most helpful. Especially since photos can be downloaded. Very extensive and thorough site, well worth looking at.
|MOULTON||Mowton/Moelton||Thank you for an excellent service. The information contained on the website is very useful. Being able to send for the photos is an added bonus.|
|MOUNTAIN||Family Tree Rsearch||Thank you so much for emailing the photograph and so quickly, I live some distance from where my ancestors come from and it is fantastic that this resource is available.
|MOUNTAIN||Joseph MOUNTAIN 1863-1903||GRO Birth: 2nd Qtr 1863, Spilsby Registration District, Ref: 7a565. Baptised 26 Apr 1863 Mumby Chapel St Leonards, Lincs, ENG. Joseph sn of John & Mary Ann Simcotes MOUNTAIN of Mumby Chapel, farmer.|
|MOUSER||Headstone for Nicholas Ernest Mouser||Thank you very much Charles for providing this service. From a researcher in Australia, it is much appreciated.
|MOWFORTH||Thank you||This is my fourth attempt at trying to thank you for your quick and speedy service at providing my photo requests. You have helped me to dispatch many relatives I have previously been unable to find. Your work is much appreciated.|
|MOXHAM||Keep up the good work||Many thanks for such a quick response - I appreciate the work involved in taking the pictures and distributing them|
|MOXON||Thank You||Thank you for the gravestone image of George Moxon 1799-1864, my husband's 3X Great Grandfather from Barnsley. I greatly appreciate the valuable service you are providing. |
|MOYSE||Gravestone of great grandparents||Thank you for the photo , it was very interestingand helpful, when I go to Lowestoft next I hope to go and view it in person.Many thanks, and wonderful website.|
|MOYSEY||Thanks||I had the words but not the picture of his memorial. Many thanks for the pictures.|
|MUCKLESTON||Website||This is an excellent site and I would encourage everyone who is near a cemetery or visiting one to undertake research to take as many photographs as you can. I also love the validation system - very apt!|
|MUIR||Thanks||Thank you so much for the very rapid reply and the wonderful image sent. I am most grateful.|
|MULHERAN||It was lovely to find that someone had i||It was lovely to find that someone had installed a memorial plaque on my grandmothers gravesite. May help me to contact missing cousins.|
|MULLEY||Edna Gladys Parslow née Mulley: gravestone at St Andrew's Churchyard, Tostock, Suffolk||A beautiful photograph, and very moving - thank you!|
|MULTIPLE||Thank you for St Mary Cemetery, Downe, Kent images||Hi Charles,
Thank you for photographing, whether you or another, please express my appreciation for their / your time and effort in taking the Photos. I am researching my family and am very grateful to be able to view the gravestones from Perth, Australia. There are numerous family buried in St Mary's Cemetery: Smith, Phillips, Harding, Harris, Stringer. Consequently, I have not thanked you individually as I have downloaded each image. Please accept this as my collective thanks for all images that I have and will download. Regards, Ann Dalton|
|MUNCASTER||Fantastic image and quickly delivered||Really happy with this image of my distant relatives grave stone. This will enable me to visit the actual grave on a future visit to the Lancashire area. Many thanks!!|
|MUNDAY||Susan Munday born 1831 coddenham Died Susan Munday 1891||I was delighted to find a photo of my gt gt grandmother. Thank you so much for putting these photos online for us. The image was sent back to me straight away. Very professional. Keep up the good work. Thank you again|
|MUNDELL||Grave Stone Pictures||What a wonderful website with such invaluable information and photo's, I cannot thank Charles enough for his time and effort and very prompt response. Thank You |
|MUNHALL||Hi Charles, Many thanks for the image -||Hi Charles, Many thanks for the image - it has certainly helped with my family research.|
|MUNRO||Thank you so very much||Thanks so very much for my ancestor's (Henry Munro) monument picture. Words cannot express how excited I was that you had answered my request. I have passed along this website to my genealogy group so hopefully others will be as lucky as I am. Again, thank you.|
|MUNRO||Thanks||A helpful image which has helped forward my research.|
|MUNRO||Munro Research||Thankyou so much for a fantastic site and service.
The photo is amazing.|
|MUNRO||A great photograph,very much appreciated||A great photograph,very much appreciated and a great help in my research. Very much appreciated.|
|MUNRO||Thank-you so much. Since I live in Canad||Thank-you so much. Since I live in Canada, and the grave is in Scotland, this is a godsend!!|
|MUNRO||Munros||Thank you for the photo.,I appreciate it as I did not have on of their grave.|
|MUNRO||Thanks||Thank you for the photos - they helped clear up at least one loose end. I have suggested your website to others, hopefully they will get benefit also|
|MUNRO||Christina nee Orr Munro||Thankyou for such a great site. Have been searching for this image for some time.. Family tree research and this has helped find people by linking names and locations. |
|MUNSLOW||Astbury and Munslow||Thankyou so very much for sending the photos of my great great great grandparents headstones. The astbury photo has confirmed the name of James Astbury's wife and why she disappeared after 1840 ( unfortunately she died!) The Munslow photo also helps with my family tree research. Without your great service this would not be possible as I live in Australia! THANKYOU!|
|MURPHY||Thank you||A big thank you to Charles for sending the photograph of the Blantyre War Memorial inscription including the names of my three great uncles.
James Murphy - Northumberland Fusiliers â€“ Loos â€“ 26/09/1915
Hughie Murphy â€“ Cameron Highlanders â€“ Afion Kara Hissar Turkey - 08/10/1916
Tobias Murphy â€“ Scots Guards â€“ The Somme - 16/09/1916
William, Michael and Richard Murphy enlisted with the three brothers named above on 05/01/1915 from Blantyre. Richard was born 1878 emigrated to USA 1918-21. Parents were William Murphy and Margaret (neÃ© Walters) married Barrhead 02/06/1870. Any information on the above would be most welcome. |
|MURRAY||Thanks for your very quick response to m||Thanks for your very quick response to my request and for sending me a very clear image. I was disappointed that there was a reflection of a car on the image so unfortunately I will not be using this for the village WW1 exhibition. Many thanks anyway for your effort. |
|MURRAY||Thanks||Thanks Charles for the gravestone image of Lionel Murray and his wife it was a great moment to discover your webpage and the image today and now to be able to put the final piece of information into their part of my tree is just great thank you cw|
|MURRAY||William Arthur MURRAY||Dear Charles,
Thank you very much for your prompt reply to my request. Your link led to very good images of the grave site. You are providing a very helpful service to us genealogists. I will pass on the web address to others I know.|
|MURRELL||Maritime research||Your photo has been a great help in my research of Hartlepool shipowners. Many thanks for a wonderful site.|
|MUSGROVE||much thanks for your research||I really appreciate the time you took in doing this research as my family line dates into 1700's England. I am unable to go to the headstones and am thankful to have found the site so I can get a tangible link to the Musgrove family line.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.|
|MUSHETT||Would it be possible to have your volunt||Would it be possible to have your volunteers
search for a gravestone in the name of MUSHETT
in Alloa or Nigg in Scotland ?|
|MUSKETT||A Surprising Success||I entered my ancestor's name in to Google, was directed to this site and was astounded to see his gravestone. What a success and achieved so easily.|
|MUSSELL||What a fantastic site, I have requested||What a fantastic site, I have requested a few family grave photo's and always have a speedy response.
It as helped me so much with distant relations and I cannot thank you enough
|MUSTARD||Thank you!||Thank you, once again, for gravestone images that supply information and confirmation I can get in no other way. So appreciate this service.|
|MUSTOE||Mustoe gravestone, Shurdington||Thank you for a very quick response and perfect photograph.It is always useful when a gravestone gives additional information. This website is a brilliant and very useful resource for all those interested in family history.|
|MUTTER||Thank you||We really appreciate the wonderfully quick response to our photo request
It really helps with research when we live on the other side of the world.
|MUXWORTHY||WOW amazing||Thank you so very much for this wonderful resource. Simply amazing to be able to view this monument from Canada. Forever grateful.|
|MYCOCK||Mycock Family||We found this site very valuable in our research, and were able to supply the CWGC with images to help in the restoration of a war grave in England, and we are very appreciative of the quick response to our request.|
|MYERS||Thank you||Thanks for forwarding the photo of the Myers family headstone. I have now attached it to my Ancestry tree with a link to this site.|
|MYHILL||Thank you||Thank you for the image. I hope to be able to contribute to this very helpful site in the near future.|
|MYNGS||Christopher Myngs||Thank you for the grave photo for Christopher Myngs. If any one has details for this gentleman I would be pleased to hear
|RICHARDS||Gravestone Picture.||Many thanks for the gravestone picture & the information contained therein. It really is appreciated.|
|ROSSVALLY||MAX ROSSVALLY||I appreciate your wonderful service.|
|STEVENSON||Thank you||Thank you for the service you provide. It is fantastic to locate the grave of two of my ancestors. It has also assisted my research into my family and solved one of my questions.|
|WADE||tracking down Maggie Wades details||It was very touching to see the grave of someone who died 5 generations before me many thanks for that. I had no idea such a service existed. Maggie had a daughter to Maihi Pineahi Kereopa (my gran Ngarino) and was married to Campbell,R and latterly to Ernie Martin who I dont know anything about. They lived on Maggies farm in Waiuku.I would love to track down their headstones as well. .... more|
|WILSON||MARY WILSON||looking for this ancestor for many years, thanks heaps for the quick response/image .... What a cool site ... and easy to work through ...|