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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback|
|HITCHINS||Sarah Jane Hitchens & Morris Hitchins headstone||Thank you for the link to my great great grandparents headstone.
Finding something liker this brings a family tree to life.
I will have a look around your site and see if there is anything I can do in the cemetery where I live to pay it forward.
|HOBBS||Excellent Site||So thrilled to be able to see the headstone of my ancestor Sarah Ann Hobbs. What a well researched and well informed website. Thank you|
|MURRAY||Quick Response||What a great site, thank you for all your time and effort, which assists greatly with family research. |
|PERGIVIE||Kudos - SIMPSON/PERGIVIE||Much appreciation and thanks to Charles and all of the volunteers who have spent their time in sustaining and creating this site. It helped me get past a brick wall in my genealogy.
Thank you all!!!
|SABBEN||Correcting Information||Thanks Charles, this resolved the correct details of a few people, whose names have been incorrectly duplicated into different generations.|
|SADLER||thanks||Thank you so much for the photo of the grave of my Sadler 2xgt grandparents|
|SAFE||Thank you so much for your quick and acc||Thank you so much for your quick and accurate response. This helps my family tree work and your volunteer work is greatly appreciated.|
|SAFFIN||Thanks||A thank you for all your hard work and for sending these images to others at no cost. |
|SALT||Gravestone of Philip and Elizabeth Salt||This is an amazing website. Congratulations on producing a marvellous resource. Thank you so much. This has enhanced my family history tree.|
|SALTER||What an Amazing Resource - SALTER_MULLEN||I'm an American visiting in mainland China and via your website I found the tombstone of my great-grandparents in England. I can't tell you how many hours I tromped around the cemetery on my visit to England with no success. I'm totally in awe of this amazing service that allows me to view this grave halfway around the world in seconds. Thank you, thank you. 🌺 Donna Salter Mullen|
|SALTERN||Thanks!||Thank you so much for the grave photo, invaluable research resource - wonderful to find someone so helpful and quick! thanks again|
|SAMMES||Mary Anne and William Alfred Sammes||Thank you Charles for your assistance . The high resolution image of my great great grandparents headstone allowed me to identify the family symbols (ivy and the clamshell) which are both on their headstone and on their sons , my great grandfather Frank Norman Sammes christening cup and silver service . I have many photographs of them and now an image of their resting place which I have also shown my elderly father . Much appreciated .|
|SAMSON||Charles Rumney Samson||The acquisition of the photograph of C.R. Samson\'s gravestone will be very useful for my short essay on his career before and during WW1. Many thans for providing the photo. F.A.|
|SAMSON||William Samson - St Lawrence Church, Mereworth, Kent||Thank you for the image of the resting place of my husband's 4xgt grandfather. We are not able to visit Kent and so we are interested to see the gravestone erected by his four sons.|
|SAMUEL||James Samuel||James Samuel S Queensferry Municipal aged 23.
Mother and wife recorded should be Marion POTTER not Hotter. .... more|
|SANDELL||Barnard & Anna Elizabeth Sandell||I have just seen Barnard & Elizabeth's gravestone thanks to your website. I too go around my local cemeteries taking photo's of the headstones & graves but I haven't had time to catalogue them or anything. It's a shame as I have so many from various places in Derbyshire & Staffordshire.
Anyway, THANK YOU all very much and I shall go and check for more family members!
|SANDERS||A beautifully clear image and a very pro||A beautifully clear image and a very prompt service. |
|SANDERS||Thank you||Thank you for the quick reply and clear picture of a distant cousin.|
|SANDERSON||FRANCIS SANDERSON 1849-1898||REALLY DELIGHTED TO HAVE A PHOTO OF THE GRAVE OF FRANCIS SANDERSON AND HIS WIFE AMELIA,FRANCIS WAS THE SON OF FRANCIS SANDERSON A SADDLER IN THE HIGH STREET OF STOCKTON ON TEES. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS ADDITION TO MY FAMILY HISTORY.
ALAN SANDERSON |
|SANDERSON||Photographs||Thank you Charles for the excellent service you provide to all of us who are researching family history.Especially those of us who are scattered all over the world and will never be able to visit the cemeteries ourselves.I am delighted with photos of the Sanderson and Stoker headstones in the Thornaby Cemetery.|
|SANDERSON||Appreciation||Thank you Charles for a speedy response with a high quality image. For people like me who cannot get to England every time we need something; people like you who provide a valuable and free service are invaluable and appreciated.|
|SANDERSON||tHANKS vERY mUCH||I am the archivist at Sandersons solicitors in Hull UK and I am researching the family history. This facility has filled in some gaps with an hour of my request. Thanks Charles.|
|SANDERSON||Sanderson||A very big thanks for the trouble that you have gone to. |
|SANDERSON||Family tree||Tom Sanderson and Mary were married in 1886 and had 3 children, Ellen Cecilia Sanderson ,Isabel Mabel Sanderson and Joseph Sanderson.Any information on the members of this family would be very much appreciated.Tom Sanderson was my grandfather.
|SANDERSON||Request for photos of gravesites near Blackpool, Lancashire||Hello, I am attempting to locate photo images of the gravesites of my mother's family in the area near Blackpool, Lancashire, primarily at St. Chad, Poulton le-Fylde; St.Michael, Weeton; St. Paul, Marton;, and All Hallows, Bispham (in that order of priority). Does anyone know of attempts to photo survey the gravestones in these church cemeteries? Or, is anyone willing to help take this on as a project? (I unfortunately live in the U.S. so not available to do so myself). The two main families I am interested in are Sanderson, & Penswick. Any help is much appreciated. thanks -Rob|
|SANDERSON||Appreciation||Thank you so much for all your time and trouble to provide this service. I'm delighted with the photo of my 3rd great grandparents gravestone.|
|SANDERSON||Helpful||Thank you for photo of my grandperants gravestone it helps my research |
|SANDERSON||Thank You||Once again a very big thank you for your information - truly wonderful.|
|SANDERSON||Thank you||Thank you for taking these images. I appreciate being able to see them as my parents emigrated and I do not live in Great Britain.|
|SANDIFORD||great resource||thank you so much for your prompt reply to my enquiry. It has been a great help. Well done to all concerned.|
|SANDILANDS||Thank you.||You have a great site here Charles. Living in Australia I do appreciate the work you do. .... more|
|SANDLE||Terrific||Really appreciate all the work of Volunteers. This site is very nice.
Thank you so much.
|SANDS||Thank you||I received a copy of the picture of Thomas Edward and Sarah Sands' gravestone today. Thank you.
I have added details of their parents which may help other people with their research.
When the weather improves I will try to photograph my local cemetry (Brighouse) and send the pictures to you.
|SANKEY||Thank you||What a great service you provide. Thank you so much for the very clear photograph of the gravestone of Henry and his wife, which I shall add to my rapidly expanding Sankey family tree.|
|SARE||SARE - Gravestone Request||Dear Charles,
Thank you so much for your quick response to my request. I received the photo of Margaret Sare's gravestone, unfortunately I couldn't see the text on it (but what can you expect after all this time?) Once again thank you and keep up the good work, without your dedication, family history and historic sites would be lost forever.
|SARGA||SARGA(E,EA)NT||Thank you for your for all your hard work in providing this aid to research of family history and although I didn't find what I was looking for, I will keep visiting the site to view any new entries.
Thank you again |
|SARGISSON||Churchyard neglect||Your response was both quick and impressive but sadly the state of the memorial made the inscription virtually illegible. It was very useful to have the details deciphered.|
|SATTERLEY||Thanks for your help||A very useful service, and a prompt response to my request for a photo of my great grandmother's grave in Devon. Many thanks from Australia.|
|SAUNDERS||Thank-You||I would just like to thank you/your web site for helping me tracing my family. The picture of my Great-Great-Grandparents grave stone, which I have now located and visited was heart warming. I again thank-you all.|
|SAUNDERS||Wootton Rivers is not in Beerkshire-it i||Wootton Rivers is not in Beerkshire-it is in Wiltshire.St Andrews church clock has a face which says 'glory be to god' instead of numerals 1-12.My gt gt aunt,Elizabeth Farmer, was married to Jack Spratt who made it out of old bits of plough etc.Have a look at St Andrews church Wootton Rivers on the internet. .... more|
|SAUNDERS||Thank you||Thank you for such a wonderful service not only have you helped me with one headstone but 2 and the result is I now have more information about my 2 x great grandparents and family. Once again, thank you|
|SAUNDERS||Thank you||Once again your excellent site has come up trumps. Brilliant.|
|SAVAGE||Originally sent as an email on 30.1.2013.||Thank you SO much for the photo of the SAVAGE grave in Stratford. It is a super photo, and particularly informative, with both the full D/B and D/Ds. I have bookmarked your site, and hope to find more graves. I think they are the poor relation of the genealogy world, but they can be so useful. |
|SAVEGE||Excellent support||Many thanks for such a quick and helpful reply - a great resource.|
|SAVILL||Headstone grave picture.||Brilliant to see a picture of a grave of an ancestor from over 150 years ago! Thank you.|
|SAVORY||appreciation||Many thanks for offering this fantastic resource - and free!|
|SAVORY||Feedback||Thank you! Excellent resource|
|SAWERS||Many Thanks||Thank you Charles for such a prompt response. It would have meant a very long trip from Yorkshire to Edinburgh to view the stone in person so it is much appreciated.|
|SAWFORD||Thanks||Many thanks for your very prompt and detailed reply to my request. I discovered the Gravestone Photographic Resource via an early enquiry into a Sawford relative on Ancestry, and have since learned that he died in 1891, and not 1957 as the gentleman in the photo. However, I am very grateful to learn of the work you do, and hope to return again in the future.|
|SAWYER||photo of grave||thanks for this great service it's a great website|
|SAWYER||Baby Monument for Gary Ellis Sawyer @ Christ Church, Esher Surrey England||Looking for a picture of the monument of my baby brother, who is buried in
Christ Church, Esher Surrey England. His date of death would have been the
very early 1960's, he was 2 and 1/2 years old. It is a small monument of a
praying angel, his name was Gary Ellis Sawyer. Thank you for your help in
Linda Sawyer Smith
417 Seeman Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
United States of America .... more|
|SAWYER||Great Service||Very prompt and very appreciated. Thanks|
|SAWYER||Thank you||Great service, has helped confirm another relative.From this information discovered Fredrick Sawyers is on the Tower Hill monument for sailors who died at sea.|
|SAYER||Thank you||Many thanks for photos, as I live a long way away this has helped my family research.|
|SAYER||Sayer Family Gravestone||Thank you so much for the photo of my ancesters gravestone. I have shown this to my mother who is the greatgrandaughter of the couple buried.
She remembers visiting the grave with her grandparents when she was a small child. She is now 74 and sadly has long since moved from the area so thank goodness for the dedicated work of poeple like you who can keep our family history alive and preserve it for others to find.
|SAYER||SAYER & FLAXMAN||Just wanted to say what a great resource this is and thank you for the great photos. I live in Yorkshire and don't get to travel much as i am a carer so really appreciate this website.
|SAYER||Thanks||Thanks for getting back to me so quickly, its very much appreciated. This is a really great resource.|
|SAYER||Always Searching||Thank you so much for the wonderful picture of the headstone of my 4th great grandfather Manning Sayer. It was so awesome to find it. |
|SAYNER||Fantastic, so very many thanks!||Really appreciate it. Will send some photos in return.|
|SCAIFE||Scaife & Dykes family||Thank you for the image of my Gt Gt Grandparents Gravestone at St Michael & St Lawrence, Fewston.|
|SCANLAN||Thank you||Thank you for a wonderful service|
|SCAPLEHORN||Thank you||Thank you Charles for such a wonderful resource.What a thoughtful service you provide!
I will try to take a few pictures next time I visit Cherry Lane graveyard in Hayes, west london. .... more|
|SCARBURGH||What a wonderful help||I had been searching for the photos for my ancestors graves for some time. Living in the states and unable to visit myself your service has been a tremendous help and I cannot thank you enough; there was a little confusion on my part in receiving the larger photos; but that worked itself out.
Again my appreciation goes out to you and all the staff at the Gravestone Photographic Resource
|SCARBURGH||GRAVESTONE PHOTOGRAPHIC RESOURCES IS TREMENDOUS BOON TO FAMILY RESEARCHERS||Gravestone Photographic Resources provides a FREE and easy-to-use website by which amateur family researchers can potentially find and view high-quality photographic images of their ancestors burial monuments. I HIGHLY recommend it and thank Charles Sales for originating and maintaining it at NO COST to users. L. Alex Scarbrough, Jr, Centennial, Colorado (South Metro-Denver)|
|SCARBURGH||Invaluable Website for Those Living on the West Side of the Pond||Detailed images of gravesites of 400 year old ancestors are simply wonderful. Highly recommend visiting this website and thank Charles Sale for maintaining it!|
|SCARFF||SCARFF/SOWERBY/ELCOATE||Thank you so much to all the volunteers contributing to this website, it is a fantastic resource. |
|SCARLE||Scarle George Walter||Thank you for the photograph of the grave stone of George Walter Scarle|
|SCARLETT||Thanks||Many thanks for this Charles. You are doing a wonderful job which is much appreciated.|
|SCATCHARD||Wonderful service in helping to trace wh||Wonderful service in helping to trace whereabouts of ancestors in family history research. Many thanks.|
|SCATCHARD||Thank you for providing this service whi||Thank you for providing this service which helps to trace the whereabouts of family ancestors.|
|SCAWTHON||George and Mary Scawthon||Many thanks for a great service, I think I have found where my great-great grandparents are buried after looking for many monthes! I shall certainly use this site again. Thankyou.|
|SCHARTAU||Schartau gravestone image||Thank you for the image you provided. It has been very helpful in for my research intomy family tree and clearing up an ambiguity.|
|SCHMITT||Extremely helpful||Many thanks for such a rapid response to my request. Your service is extremely helpful and much appreciated.|
|SCHOFIELD||Very helpful||Many thanks for the photograph. I am very impressed by your web site which is very helpful and easy to access information. The photo I requested came through very quickly and was of excellent quality. The gravestone image was clear and very useful in family research. Thank you very much.|
|SCHOLEFIELD||Thank you so much!||Thank you so much for the photo of Richard Scholefield's gravestone (died 1859). I found so many extra clues and information which has helped to validate some theories in my family research. It has really helped me to extend my research. I've tried to add extra information for each of the people buried in the same plot so it can hopefully help other researchers. Thank you for providing this resource. For those who are unable to visit family plots in other countries it is immeasurably helpful. Thank you!|
|SCHREIBER||Great site,thoroughly recommend !||Great site,thoroughly recommend !|
|SCHULZ||Congratulations||I have be researching all branches of my family heritage for many years, it wasn't till now that I have start on my Germany heritage. Your site has helped me find the Schulz family from Lobethal. Thank you so much for creating a awesome site.|
|SCITT||Excellent images||Good website with excellent images.|
|SCOTCHMER||Grateful Thanks||I would just like to say thank you very much for a very quick and efficient service and for adding to my knowledge of the Scotchmer family with the three photos. I am most grateful.|
|SCOTT||Excellent site||This site is now on my Favourites list. Although I did not find any that fit in with what I have regarding the Scott family, I will keep looking every now and again as I am not finished yet. I wish you all the luck and thanks again for your efforts with this project|
|SCOTT||Scotts from Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Scotland - Thank you!||My name is Alexander Andrew Ronaldson Scott and I'm a direct descendant of Thomas Scott and his wife Janet Johnstone/Scott from Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Scotland and other Scott kin of the Glasgow / Lanarkshire and Blantrye area. Thomas lived most of his life in Stonehouse, a village of mostly hand loom weavers of the period around 1800. Thomas is mentioned in Robert Naismith’s book: Stonehouse: Historical and Traditional 1885. Thomas Scott and Janet Johnstone are buried in the old kirkyard in Stonehouse and I shall soon make a pilgrimage there to rededicate the family headstone. I have been researching very passionately since 2001; working to publish a book using over 200 historical documents to back up what used to be only, with little exception, family tradition. A quick rundown on my Scott side looks like this: 1. Thomas Scott, carpenter of Bellshill (born approximately 1745) 2. Thomas Scott (Thomas of Bellshill’s son) married Janet Johnstone (they had 8 children)Thomas Jr, Marion Scott/Shearer, William Scott, John Scott, Janet Scott, Margaret Scott/Naismith, Janet Elliot Scott and Andrew Scott. 3. Andrew Scott (married twice) First Marriage to Elizabeth Osborne/Scott in 1848. (they had 4 children. Thomas Scott, Agnes Scott/Brown, Mary Scott/McDonald, Janet Scott who died age 3. Andrew’s 2nd marriage was to Helen Ronaldson/Scott in 1862. (they had 2 children. Alexander Scott, and Janet Polson Scott who, too, died young at age 7). 4. Alexander Scott (Andrew’s son) married Mary McChesney/Scott in 1892. (they had 3 children and the entire family moved from Scotland to Canada and then into Michigan of the USA. The children were Andrew Scott, Alexander Scott jr, Helen “Nellie” Scott). 5. Andrew Scott (son of Alexander) married Alice Cock/Scott in 1923. Andrew is my paternal great grandfather. I hope this information is helpful for anyone looking for Scotts of Lanarkshire Scotland and is an aid to beginners for simple research tips in general. Google is amazing with patience and a little luck. I would like to note that my research would not have been possible without the care and preservation by past/present family members and new found friends of our family. Andrew’s brother and sister both made their own pilgrimage to Stonehouse in 1954 gathering what information they could without the use of modern technology/internet. Mr. John Young - Stonehouse historian, Heather Ibbotson of Ontario Canada, Reverend Andrew Jamieson Scott-Branagan of Australia, Scotlandspeople.gov.uk for the use of their endless catalogs of Scottish historical documents, and of course my own Mother and Father who have encouraged and aided in my studies. Mom's side = Setla, Dashkevicz, Bochnia, Scioma. Dad's side = Chiefly Scott. But also includes Van Wagoner, Gierman, Lang, Kelleghan, Cock, McChesney, Johnstone, Osborne, Ronaldson, Naismith, Shearer, Polson, Thomson, Walker, Jamieson, Branagan, Pionk, Tillman, Kessel, Brown, Caldwell, Johnston, and McDonald. I can go on and on. After all, “our ancestors had minds much less confused than ours." Yours aye, -Alexander Scott|
|SCOTT||Feedback Monument Photo||Excellent service, great photo & wonderful resource for International Family Historians.|
|SCOTT||Excellent service||Wonderful resource. Incredibly fast response. Very useful for International Family Historians.
Thanks a lot for the great photo.|
|SCOTT||James William SCOTT, at Fobbing, Essex.||THANK YOU for your time and effort in producing these photos. They are greatly appreciated.
They must be of special value to people who live long distances away.|
|SCOTT||What a wonderful site.||I found thissite by chance while doing some research. On my first visit I found 2 relevant gravestones and received photos of them very quickly. Thankyou so much, Charles.|
|SCOTT||Very helpful||Finding an image of this gravestone has helped fill in another piece of the story. Very helpful - thank you.|
|SCOTT||Thanks for the Photographic Resource||Many, many thanks, Charles, once again for coming up trumps on the Alberton graveyard in Gippsland, Victoria.
|SCOTT||Charles Once again you have supplied||Charles
Once again you have supplied me with definite proof of my ancestor. I am extremely grateful to you and your team.
|SCOTT||Excellent resource||Thankyou for providing this very useful resource, and your very swift response to my enquiry.
|SCOTT||The Scott, Randall and Orrett family.||I have been researching my Heyward, Scott, and Randall lines for many years, and would love to hear from anyone who can add any information at all about these families from Poole Dorset, Liverpool and Lancashire, England, and particularly anyone with any knowledge regarding the ship building business that both the Scott and Randall families appeared to have had in Liverpool England in the mid to late 1700's. Many thanks. |
|SCOTT||Fantastic service for genealogists. Than||Fantastic service for genealogists. Thank you so much!|
|SCOTT||Thanks||Many thanks for this invaluable service. |
|SCOTT||family tree||would just like to say big thank you for helping a stranger doing his family tree|
|SCOTT||Great!||Thank you for a brilliant service|
|SCOTT||An excellent website for tracing ancestors||Very many thanks for providing such an excellent site for family research. This is the second time you have provided me with information I was struggling to locate. You have again opened up further avenues of research.|
|SCOTTER||Thank you for the photo||Thank you for sending the information and a picture of the tombstone and also the cemetery. The photos are of good quality. Living in Canada I am unable to visit the cemetery and I appreciate the time you took to take the photo and put it on the website. Thanks again.|
|SCOUGALL||incorrect transcrption||the first burial was infant elsie scougall brand daughter of thomas and kate brand (nee scougall) and her (kate's) parents richard tod scougall and his wife catherine hammond scougall (nee dun) .... more|
|SCOWEN||Thanks||Thanks for your hard work and dedication to helping keep these important records alive. What an amazing service you are providing.
One day, when I am finished with my studies and have some time available to help, I will get back in touch.|
|SCRASE||William Wheeler Archer Scrase||Not sure yet where this man fits but the name Archer is found in other parts of the family. Thank you for this information.|
|SCRIMSHAW||Many thanks for your help||Thank you for such a quick and very helpful response. I'm grateful for all the work done to enable this process to happen.|
|SCRIVEN||My Family Begins Here!||Charles,
I put most of my comments about your work in my request, but wanted to add here that I am so thrilled that I found your site and am so appreciative that you are doing this! My mother's family are all from Leeds, and being American, I have no idea of them and my Mom talked very little of her family. I think because she left for "the colonies" and didn't keep in very good contact, there was some ill feelings. But I am SO excited to find what I believe are the monuments for my grandparents! Grandparents know nothing about, other than their names..even my Mom didn't know her parents...thank you for what you do. And please tell me how I can help you!|
|SCROOP||Thank-you||Thank-you very much for the images :) It was a great help to me in tracing relatives of my family.|
|SCRUTON||grave 217515 St M M altofts yorkshire unconsecrated||First name Priscilla Scruton, daughter of Thomas and Ann Scruton
Then George, son of 'above' ie Thomas and Ann and therefore Priscilla's brother.
Mary Jane scruton is Sister not son of Priscilla
Likewise Emma Elizabeth is Sister not son of Priscilla
(Parents Thomas and Ann not in this grave)
1871 census confirms above.|
|SCRYMGEOUR||SCRYMGEOUR/HOWIESON||I has been a joy to utilize this service. We recieved the two photos we wanted in quick time and the quality of the images first class. This is such a valuable resource that you are providing to members filling in family trees. 10/10 Well done everyone. Look forward to dealing with you again. Cheers Alice and Paul|
|SCURR||Thanks for this valuable resource!||This is an amazing project and a great help to all who research into family history.|
|SCURR||Agnes Hannah Scurr grave monument (GPR grave number 449160)||The birth and death dates of the parties on this headstone have been entered into your database in the wrong order, which shows their age as as MINUS.
EG. Agnes Hannah SCURR born 1911 died 1963 NOT Born 1963 died 1911|
|SCURR||William and Thomas SCURR GPR grave number 87715 - image name 255||The photograph of these inscriptions has been taken from so far away that the details are unreadable. Cannot tell if the are the people I am looking for, as the photograph is not very high res and is blurred when viewed any large than 100% .... more|
|SEABROOK||Richard Seabrook||Thankyou for the image, much appreciated.|
|SEAGE||Excellent||Many thanks for the image. It provides key information for my family research.|
|SEALEY||Very useful free resource||Thank you, found what i was looking for very quickly, and being able to download from the site made it very easy and fast! |
|SEAMAN||SEAMAN / RAINBIRD / BROTHERS||Many thanks for the excellent service and wonderful clear images . A few years from now some of these old stones will be illegable and its great to have a copy of them .|
|SEAMAN||Thank you||Thank you so much for the photos, they are very high quality and its so good of you and all the other volunteers to take the time and offer this service. It is invaluable for people who are unable to travel to visi the headstones in person. Wonderful service!|
|SEAMAN||Photo||Many thanks even through there is no headstone photo.|
|SEAMONS||THANK YOU FOR THE REALLY QUICK REPLY AND PICTURE||WHAT A WONDERFUL SERVICE YOU ARE PROVIDING TO PEOPLE WHO CAN\'T GET TO THE GRAVE YARDS TO VIEW THE MEMORIAL STONES OF THEIR ANCESTORS - I DON\'\'T HAVE ANY INFORMATION TO ADD TO THE WEBSITE AT THIS TIME BUT WILL BE PASSING ON THE VALUABLE RESEARCH TOOL TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY - THANK YOU - I CANNOT MATCH THE GRAVESTONE WITH MY COMMENT THOUGH.. COMMENT RELATES TO WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH SEAMONS AT LOWESTOFT - OH I JUST REALISED IT IS NOT TO MATCH MY FAMILY RESEARCH IT IS JUST SO THAT YOU GET VALIDATION. GUESS THAT COULD BE WHY OTHERS MAY NOT GIVE FEEDBACK AS THE SYSTEM REJECTS AND ADDS ALL SORTS OF SLASHES ETC TO THE TEXT !|
|SEARLE||James searle||Thanks a million for photos the website is a fantasic resource keep up the excellent work many thanx|
|SEARSON||Thank you||Thank you so much for sending me the e-mail photograph of Elizabeth and Edwin Searson's grave. It was very much appreciated.Regards, Sheila|
|SEAVERS||Thank You||A huge thank you to Charles and all the volunteers for this wonderful resource. How great to get a photograph of a headstone of a family relative. Another piece to the family history story and much appreciated.|
|SECKER||Thanks||Thank you for sending me the requested Headstone photo. After a couple of phone calls I managed to get information about the actual location of the grave. When I visit Burvale, I will happily take photo's of other grave stones and send them to you. I normally photograph headstones when I visit family graves in Kensal Green Cemetery, then I search for descendants on Ancestry to pass the photo on. I would volunteer to help your site but I can't commit to a regular flow. Anyway, once again, Thank YOu so much for the photo. Regards, Rose. |
|SECRETT||Wonderful photograph||Many thanks for supplying the photo of the family grave. A very clear photograph with all of the details for the 3 people buried there - somewhere I doubt I'd ever get the chance to visit personally.
SECRETT, Sidney George (1903), Samuel Robert (1921) & Mary Ann (1933), Old Cemetery, Section O, Ipswich|
|SEDDON||Thank you||My husband and father-in-law will be happy viewing this picture. As we live in Australia my father-in-law was unable to attend both his mother's and father's funerals and has never seen their headstones.
|SEDGE||Maud, Thomas and Harold Sedge||Thanks for the photo link. This grave is of my Grandparents and Uncle. It clearly shows the inscription and will link to my family tree. |
|SEDGWICK||John William Sedgwick||John William Sedgwick and Jane Anne Metcalfe are my maternal grandparents whom I never met. I am bringing my mother's ashes, Roberta Grace Binley, (28.1.1916 to 6.10.2016), to be interred in their grave according to her wishes, this month.
I believe Maurice Teasdale Metcalfe who is also buried in Whorlton old graveyard is Jane's brother.
Thank you for this facility.|
|SEFTON||Much appreciated, thanks||Thank you so much for the link to the photo of Thomas Sefton, my 3rd Great Uncle, and the email with all the different links to help me around the website, brilliant! The quality of the picture is great. Thanks again.|
|SELBY||Supply of Image||A quick thank you for the image supplied.
A tremendous amount of work must have gone into the project. |
|SELBY||Thank you for a great site. You are doin||Thank you for a great site. You are doing a very valuable service for hamily historians|
|SELF||I never new my mother only details of he||I never new my mother only details of her death I now have visible knowledge and I thank you for an amazing service in helping me to research this|
|SELFE||Thank you Charles||Thank you Charles for the photo of my great grand uncles gravestone, much appreciated, what a great site, you have that everyone can use.|
|SELLERS||lovely clear photo, thanks so much||lovely clear photo, thanks so much |
|SEMMENS||Thank you!||Thank you so much for the photo of my ancestor's grave. It really brings my genealogy research alive to see something like this! |
|SEMPLE||Ronald Semple||Ronald Semple is the brother of Douglas Semple not the son. Douglas was only 12 when he died. .... more|
|SENDALL||Thank you||Thank you for providing this wonderful resource Charles. All your hard in running the site, responding so quickly to queries & organising volunteers is really appreciated, I am sure by all & certainly by me.
|SENIOR||Family history help||Excellent site with great help available for family history research for Ann Senior
Thank you very much. Please let me know if I may help in return.
|SENTANCE||A word of thanks||Just a word of thanks for the time spent creating this resource. It really is most helpful for family history research|
|SEPPINGS||SEPPINGS/LOVETT||Thank you so much for offering this fantastic service - it is very much welcomed especially as I live in Australia - keep up the good work.|
|SERJEANT||Joseph Serjeant||Excellent and efficient! What a fantastic site and amazing work that has been done. Thank you so much Charles. I really appreciate your quick response in sending the gravestone image. It's great to finally find a gravestone for one of the Serjeant's from Ipswich, Suffolk. |
|SETTLE||Grave of Robert Settle and family members||Received my link to the photograph of the gravestone very promptly. An excellent resource for all genealogists. Thank you.|
|SEVERN||Thanks||Thank you for your prompt response. I have added the photograph of my gt gt grandfathers grave to my family tree.|
|SEXTON||Sexton family history||Many thanks for allowing me to access the picture of a grave to do with the Sexton family history. I am doing a family tree for my English born friend who has lived in Australia for many years. |
|SHADFORD||'Headstone of Richard Shadford/ Elizabeth Shadford||Thank you for the beautiful glimpse of Richard and Elizabeth's headstone. I really appreciate being able to see this through your hard work.
|SHADFORTH||Matilda Dixon Shadforth nee Bird||Mnny thanks for a wonderful resource.|
|SHADFORTH||Many thanks||I am most grateful to you for the photograph of the grave of Ann Shadforth. Thank you so much for such a wonderful resource.|
|SHAFTO||Harriet Shafto||Wonderful photo of the gravestone, invaluable service to family tree research|
|SHAKESPEARE||Historical interest.||Historical interest. |
|SHAKESPEARE||Thank you||Thank you for the quick reply and excellent, clear photo. Very helpful and much appreciated.|
|SHALDERS||Jeramiah Shalders||Although I haven\\\'t yet recieved the photo, I apreciate the work of the person or persons who have photographed the gravestones and made them available. Thank you.Margaret|
|SHANAHAN||Thank you. Great resource.||Thank you very much for providing the photo of my Aunt and Uncle's gravestone. This is such a fantastic resource when doing family history. Thank you for your time and efforts in maintaining this website.|
|SHAPLAND||George and Ann Shapland||Many thanks for this incredibly helpful and convenient service. It is terrific that the UK has this resource and I cannot thank the team enough for the image that they have provided.|
|SHAPLAND||Annie Shapland||This site has been a great help to me in trying to sort out the various branches of this family.|
|SHARMAN||What a brilliant idea! Fast, efficient a||What a brilliant idea! Fast, efficient and a fantastic way to save our gravestones for future generations. |
|SHARMAN||What a wonderful resource!!||What a wonderful resource for family historians, and what a great idea! And how refreshing to share this information with fellow researchers without charging anything! So often our family research is limited by what we can afford!! I requested 6 photos of Sharman headstones and they were send to me the next day!! Brilliant! Thank-you! Keep up the good work! I will definitely volunteer to photograph headstones myself now! |
|SHARMAN||Headstones Frostenden, Suffolk||Thank you for the excellent photograph. An amazing website - really good to have the options to sort by category too. I think I've spotted three relevant ones so far.|
|SHARMAN||Thanks||Many thanks for an excellent service. I shall use it again now I have found it (on a WEA Family History Course)|
|SHARON||Incorrect death date||Harry Sharon's memorial is among the most impressive in Passy cemetery (Paris) and gives a date of death of September 1906, when he would have been 21 years of age, not two.|
|SHAROOD||Thank you||This is the second time I have used your website and found very useful information each time. A big thank you to everyone involved in maintaining and expanding the site.|
|SHARP||Thank You||Thanks very much, Mr Sale, for sending the photos of my great-grandparents' grave in Claxby, Lincolnshire.Cheers,Michael Sharp,Aurora, OntarioCANADA|
|SHARP||SHARP/ODDY||Thank you so much for the information. It was sent so timely and helped me learn a lot about my relatives.|
|SHARP||Alex Sharp's gravestone||I would just like to thank you so much for sending me the images, I never knew Alex was mentioned on this stone.|
|SHARP||Edward and Kezia Sharp`s headstone||Thanks for the image of Edward and Kezia Sharps headstone it filled a big gap in our family tree yours faithfully Colin Day.
|SHARP||Great resource||Thank you so much for the very clear photograph of the grave of my great-great grandfather, Samuel Sharp. It was wonderful to see it and find out the exact date of his early death. I am compiling a large family resource and sites like this are absolutely invaluable. I so appreciate your hard work in starting and maintaining this site.|
|SHARPE||Thank you for this||Thank you for this|
|SHARPE||Hannah Sharpe||What a great resource for the family history researcher, I came across it by chance. I have been researching my Sharpe/Iserby family in Norfolk for years and to receive a photo of my great-great-grandmother's gravestone has been amazing. Thank you for all you do.|
|SHARPE||Great Site--didn't know you existed! Thanks||Fantastic to get photos of graves of 6th grat grandparents!|
|SHAW||John SHAW Stone||Thanks, Charles for the picture of John Shaw. I live in the US, and 15 years ago I searched the St John's graveyard for ancestors. I missed the John Shaw stone. Thanks for filling in this gap.
Gail Modlin .... more|
|SHAW||Fantastic resource - thank you||Thank you for a fantastic resource and for running such a valuable project. I can recommend to anyone looking - service is prompt and friendly - better than many paid services - but I applaud your ethos of keeping this free and building a community of volunteers to help. I will certainly try to where I can. |
|SHAW||Wonderful site||Thank you so much for this site. I am English but live in Australia and rarely have the opportunity to find or visit my ancestors' graves. It is such a thrill to be able to see one of their gravestones.|
|SHAW||James Clarke Shaw Grave Photo||Many thanks for providing an extremely useful genealogy tool at no cost. A wonderful thing to do.|
|SHAW||Thanks so much||A wonderful service. Now to upload the various photos I've taken in cemeteries over the years.|
|SHEARER||Grateful thanks.||I only discovered this site by chance last night and have received almost by return, two photographs which have filled in some genealogical blanks. It is wonderful that there are selfless people who devote time and effort to provide such information. Thanks Charles. It is an incentive to take more photographs beyond one's own immediate interest when visiting any graveyard on a regular basis.|
|SHEARER||Thank you for the images of great grandp||Thank you for the images of great grandparents gravestone - it will certainly save me a lot of time when I visit the cemetery the next time I am in Wick. I have tried looking before without success but now know what to look for. Once again many thanks.|
|SHEARING||Thank you||Thank you for a very speedy service and one which provides a vital service to those of us researching family history from afar. I will be using this valuable service again.|
Thankyou very much for the picture of the headstone for a member of the Shearing family. Your site is a credit to you|
|SHEARMAN||first class response||Thank you very much for your fast response and very good image|
|SHEARSTONE||Grave stone||Thank you Charles for a quick response on my request for a photo of my Shearstone 5 great grandparents grave, I don't have much information on them only that daughter Jane is my 4 great grandmother and they lost a son same year of birth Thomas. |
|SHEARWOOD||Fantastic resource for genealogists||Congratulations on your fantastic website, it is a treasure trove for genealogists as memorials can give so much information. I am researching family name Shearwood, in Lincolnshire, UK. The earliest definite ancestor I have found is Joseph Hiram Shearwood, born 1766/1767 whose memorial confirmed that he was a surgeon. I may have found his father, William Shearwood, born c 1716 in Limber Magna (Great Limber), Lincolnshire, but this needs confirmation. Once again, many thanks for your dedication to this resource. |
|SHEEN||SHEEN, BUCKLAND, DOE||Thank you for the images and all your hard work, they are most appreciated, I have tried to load a couple of photos I have for All Saints, Thorney Hill, Hampshire if successful then I should be able to add most of the churchyard|
|SHEIRSON||P.Forster. The Sheirson family||Photos of gravestones are so useful for people who are elderly or for other reasons cannot travel and provides the opportunity for possible reunions. Not to mention the expanding sense of social history which is available for all. Many thanks go to the volunteers who do this work.|
|SHELDON||The maiden name of Christian Sheldon born 1797, wife of George||Many thanks for the photo, I hope to be receiving soon. I have been looking for such a long time for confirmation of George Sheldon and your site has given it me Once again many thanks Denise |
|SHELL||Prompt Service||Wonderful response, 24 hours and i had the image in Australia, thank you very much.|
|SHELSHER||Thanks||Many thanks for the image of the gravestone of Henry George Shelsher. He was the eldest of 5 children, and the next eldest, his brother Frederick passed away last month in Frinton Essex. You offer an excellent service and I will see what images I can offer from my other research to offer. Ted|
|SHELTON||Thanks||Thank you so much for your help in acquiring this photo and so much more information.|
|SHELTON||Thank you very helpful site.||Thank you very helpful site.|
|SHELVEY||William Shelvey||Thank you for the photo- I am finding a whole new branch of my family - and finding a photo of a gravestone is really great :)|
|SHEPHEARD||Shepheard family breakthrough||Many thanks for the possible breakthrough in trying to find living relatives. |
|SHEPHERD||SHEPHERD/ WISHART||I live in the United States and will probably never see my "Home land" in person, this makes researching my family history very difficult.
Having a site like this means WORLDS to me,
you allow me to travel the blustery cemetaries of Scotland from the warmth and comfort of my home...all while enjoying a cup of tea!
Thank you for making the journey for me.
|SHEPHERD||Many thanks. Once again you have been ab||Many thanks. Once again you have been able to fill in some blanks with the photos from your website.
|SHEPHERD||Sanderson Shepherd, Grave||Just like to say, thanks so much for the photo, it has turned out better than the one I took, 2 years ago.
I think this is a great site and will be looking at it a lot in the future. I will upload the photo's of grave from some of the Shepherd I have found in Cliviger, Lancs.
|SHEPHERD||Grandparent headstone - SHEPHERD/PAGE SHROPSHIRE||What a great site. I have received many images from your site but requesting my grandparents gravestone was particulary special. I knew where they were buried but llive some distance from there.|
|SHEPHERD||trying to trace grandparents||what a great service to offer!thanks to all the volunteers for their hard work|
|SHEPHERD||Ellen Queenie Shepherd 1897 - 1974||photo received within a few hours of request. Very much appreciated - thanks|
|SHEPHERD||Alderman W.P.Shepherd||The above was the first labour councilor elected to Thornaby-on-Tees Town Council. He was a carpenter by trade and I believe at one time a trade union official. In the 1930s he became a full time political agent for the Labour Party in the Stockton-on-Tees Constituency. He was instrumental in the defeat of Harold Macmillan (later P.M.) in the 1945 Election seeing George Chetwynd returned to Westminster as the M.P.
I am the oldest grandchild of the above couple who had two sons and five grandchildren.|
|SHEPHERD||Wonderful Service||Many thanks indeed for allowing me to view the Shepherd/Onions memorial in St Mary & St Leonard Churchyard at Wombridge. I have only recently found the Shepherd line in my family tree from my maternal great grandmother Esther Shepherd born Tipton 1806 to Johne Schiphird born Perthshire 1540. For 200 years the Shepherds lived and worked in Shropshire mainly at Much Wenlock, Little Wenlock and Wombridge.|
|SHEPPARD||thank you very very much!||I would like to thank Charles for taking the time to send me the photo I requested. This website is a goldmine for people like me,searching ancestors from abroad, not being able to go directly to the parish/church/graveyard! I thin every village should have this system made available! thank you!|
|SHEPPARD||George Sheppard - Great Bealings, Suffolk||Dear Charles
Thanks for the service and for uploading photos of the grave of George Sheppard in the Great Bealings Church. Unfortunately there is not record of date of death so not sure if the is the relative that I'm looking for.
Thanks all the same.
|SHEPPERSON||Thank You||I am researching my father's SHEPPERSON family who mainly lived in the Bingham, Nottinghamshire area. Thanks so much to the organisers of this site, it's such a valuable resource.|
|SHERREN||Fantastic site||I would like to say that this site is fantastic and it really helps in family research. Also I would like to thank all the hard dedicated work in the organizing of this site with all the wonderful monuments. |
|SHERWIN||Thanks Charles !||A brilliant web site and great service.|
|SHERWOOD||SHERWOOD / ALLISON - Location of graves within Spion Kop, Hartlepool||Hi
I am hoping to visit the graves of my great grandmother and great great grandparents soon. They are in Spion Kop Old cemetery in Hartlepool, but I have n idea Where within the cemetery. Details as follows:
'Ada Emily Sherwood, d. 03 May 1907'
'Richard Allison b. 1843'
'Margaret Allison b. 1846'
If anyone has any details which may help, please let me know
|SHIEL||SHIEL(D)||Thank you very much for your help with the photo for Thomas George Shield. This has helped considerably with one of my brick walls. A marvellous website.|
|SHILLETO||Many thanks||I found this website through a surname search on google and made two requests less than 24 hours ago. I have received my images already and I am very impressed with the service. I live in Northland New Zealand and I am happy to help with any queries of a NZ nature. Charles, I do volunteer work for the national genealogy society otherwise I would gladly do cemetery photos but do have some personal ones in my files which I hope to send you when I have a little more time. Again, many thanks|
|SHILLING||Great site||I never knew my Shilling great grandparents had such a memorial in Fareham, with my paternal grandfather also commemorated on it. This site is a fantastic resource.|
|SHILLITOE||Gravestone photo||I found the photo I received of the gravestone of my great great grandfather of interest in researching my connection to the Shillitoe family. I am decended from the son who came to Australia|
|SHINN||Annie Shinn||Many thanks for providing a photo so promptly. Greatly appreciated. Fantastic site. Stumbled across this wonderful site only yesterday, will be using this site in future. Once again thankyou.|
|SHIPLEE||Gravestone||Thank you so much for the photo of Shiplee gravestone, it has helped a lot as i was able to calculate the exact year that they were born. I am now able to research back and hopefully find their mother and father. Once again, Thank You.
|SHIPTON||Transposed data error||Please note that Nancy, Julia, Gilbert, and Doris Shipton at the Municipal cemetery, Dorking, Surrey, England have had birth year and age transposed in your database. Though the error is obvious you may wish to correct this for the benefit of future visitors to your website. .... more|
|SHIRT||Congratulations||What a great site - have only just discovered it today|
|SHONE||Very helpful site||I found this site quite by accident and find it interesting and very helpful
|SHORE||Photos||tthis is just the most fantastic service thanks so much|
|SHORE||Many thanks for this photo of my aunt an||Many thanks for this photo of my aunt and uncle. My mother worked with them in their shop in Dagenham for many years.|
|SHORT||John Short||A great aid for people doing family history research. .... more|
|SHORT||Thankyou||I would just like to say that i have been looking for a site like this for ages.I think it is an excellent site. I only found it a few days ago but i will be using it a lot in the future. |
|SHORT||SHORT, MASON, WILKINSON||Because of the hard work of a caring man Charles Sale, I now have a connection with my lost ancestor Elizabeth Short. Her name is known, and part of my and my family's memory.
Thank you so very much Charles for your efforts in helping me connect to my English roots.
Kurt De Vinney
West Hills, CA|
|SHORTER||Alfred Shorter's gravestone||Thank you Charles for the photo of Alfred's gravestone....fantastic website, keep up the good work....Jules.|
|SHOUT||Thanks||Thanks Charles for the great resource you have created|
|SHRIVE||I have just started doing my family tree||I have just started doing my family tree and I was not aware of this service and it's availability and I appreciate the effort that is being put into this service Thank You |
|SHRUBSOLE||Excellent||Excellent service & it has helped me out with my Family Tree and I highly recommend this site to others.|
|SHULVER||Thank you.||Thank you so very much for the quick response. I hope to use your service more as my family tree progresses.|
|SHURLOCK-PARKHURST||information||i am looking for info on catherine parkhurst who married john shurlock. john born feb 1726. dont no who catherine parents were but they owned hound house later greets house in shere.|
|SIBBALD||Great service. Thank you.||Great service. Thank you.|
|SIBIEN||Many thanks !||Great idea ! Works pretty well ! Really worthy information !|
|SIBLEY||Photos||Really quick and helpful response, many thanks.|
|SIBSON||Tombstone Photo: John Sibson||Thank you so much for taking this photo. Your website is much like www.findagrave.com in the U.S. Many of us volunteers go out to cemeteries near and far to take photos of gravestones for folks to view online. It's a great service. Thank you. Is there anyone that photographs tombstones in Tiverton?|
|SIBUN||Sounds like a good Idea.||I will contact when I receive the image. Maureen.|
|SIDWELL||Thank you Ledstone Photo||Just wanted to thank you for the photo of the resting place of my ancestors.|
|SIEVWRIGHT||Great Site||This a great site loaded with information and tremendous pictures. Great help for those into genealogy. Fast service. Many thanks.|
|SIEVWRIGHT||THANKS||Many thanks to Michelle Roberts for photographing Dean Cemetery in Edinburgh (and others) and to Charles for sending the photos and administering this excellent site. .... more|
|SILCOCK||Wonderful Service||Thanks so much for this wonderful service have found history that our family may not have uncovered. Awesome site.|
|SILLIS||sillis/jackson/goodberry/orton Downham Market area||Thank you so much for your site.Found one name now looking through rest for a family history project for someone.Much appreciated|
|SILLITOE||Sarah Sillitoe buried 1883Merridale Cem. Wolverhampton||Is it possible to have a map with the location of the grave of Sarah Sillitoe 1800-1883, and also a photo of the gravestone (Grave No. 7801, Burial Reg. No. G3/29281) if there is a stone. |
|SILLS||system redirect please||Can you plz check the connections for All Saints, Maidstone, Kent.
If I click on either part - the system goes to SS Peter Paul, Aldeburgh, Suffolk.
many thanks .... more|
|SIMEON||So helpful for researching||Thank you for the use of your excellent free site. Really appreciate the help in my family research |
|SIMEON||Great help||Thank you for the use of your excellent free site. Really appreciate the help in my family research |
|SIMISTER||Location of my ancestors' graves.||I came across this site by accident and I am so pleased that I did. I have traced two of my ancestors, James Simister and his wife Mary Simister nee Hoyle, and will now be able to visit the grave myself, thank you.|
|SIMMONDS||Thanks for prompt response||I appreciate the quick response to my request for photo of gravestone. This is a great service. Many thanks Charles.|
|SIMMONDS||Charles, I have used this service quite||Charles, I have used this service quite a few times and I am always amazed at the wonderful and speedy service you and your helpers provide.
Photos before have always come from Australian Cemeteries so I was so pleased to be able to obtain one from New Zealand.
Once again, many thanks, I really appreciate your help.
|SIMMONS||Gravestone photo||Thank you for the photo and your prompt reply ,l know in which cemetery my relative was buried , but having this photo will help me locate the grave.
|SIMONS||Thank you||Thank you for the recent pictures They will help me in confirming the when's. Your site is so easy to use, thank you once again|
|SIMPKINSON||Thanks for having this resource available for those who cannot travel to see them in person||Much appreciated. Thanks.
|SIMPSON||Pettistree grave of Jeremiah & Arabella Simpson||What a great resource. I have not yet had a chance to travel to Suffolk to visit my ancestors' last resting place, so this is the next best thing! Thank you so much.|
|SIMPSON||What a great site||I found you by accident but it was a nice find thank you for any help you have or will give me |
|SIMPSON||SIMPSON/RENNIE||Many thanks for your help,
|SIMPSON||Thank you||Hi Charles, Thank you so much for the photo. What an excellent service. Keep up the good work.|
|SIMPSON||Simpson||Website was very helpful as my family originated from Yorkshire and as I now live over two hours' drive away, I cannot easily get back to look around the local cemeteries.|
|SIMPSON||Many Thanks!||Thanks so much for taking these photos and making them available. Robert Woodliffe Simpson was my great grandfather.|
|SIMPSON||Thomas Simpson||Thank you very much for the photograph. A great service|
|SIMPSON||William Simpson family grave at Weeton Yorkshire||Many thanks for this. I am more than a little bit gobsmacked. Until now, all of my recent research has been on the computer. To see the gravestone with the names of my great great grandfather and grandmother is a little bit unreal: it starts to bring my family history much closer than I had thought possible. It also gives clues to a date that I had started to struggle to find.
|SIMPSON||SIMPSON/STROUGHAIR/WILKINSON||Many thanks again for your time and effort in running this wonderful site|
|SIMPSON||Thank you||Very pleased to receive the image of Annie Simpson's memorial today. The swift reply was appreciated.|
|SIMPSON||225362 is PAWSEY||225362 is PAWSEY|
|SIMPSON||Simpson/ Ferguson||Thank you for the images. They are very helpful and may I say a terrific site.|
|SIMPSON||Simpsons of Lincolnshire||The photos of George and Susanna are excellent and have helped my research a great deal.|
|SIMPSON||George & Rebecca SImpson||Thank you for making this resource available! You responded promptly and provided a significant clue in my family history research.|
|SIMPSON||Headstone search.||I was looking for Robert Simpson, born 1805 in the Filey area. I know he lived in Hunmanby in 1855, was a fisherman, but couldn't find any death details. The gravestone I viewed was not connected. However I have used the site before and have been successful. Thank you. |
|SIMS||Great Site, very helpful and very quick||Great Site, very helpful and very quick response|
|SIMS||The image of John Sims' grave requested||The image of John Sims' grave requested recently could not be accessed via the link in your email. Could you please check and send the link again.
|SINCLAIR||Little Dunkeld Cemetery||Do you have any plans to upload any photos or data for Little Dunkeld
cemetery in Perthshire ?|
|SINCLAIR||Sinclair||Many thanks for the wonderful clear image of the gravestone of my great-great-grandfather. This image will be very useful in researching my family. Living in Australia I do not have the opportunity to visit overseas cemeteries.|
|SINCLAIR||Ancestral Research||Thank you for providing this resource for ancestral research. Greatly appreciated...|
|SINCLAIR||Thank you||Just wanted to thank you for all the effort and time it has taken to compile this database and allow access to the images. Especially to us relatives who live across the big pond! Thank you!|
|SINCLAIR||Thanks for help with my research||I am writing to thank you for access to the photograph of one of my relative's headstone. This was a few weeks ago and unfortunately I forgot to record my thanks, which I am doing now.|
|SIRS||Gravestone of John Sirs||Thank you so much for the image. There is a lot of useful info on the gravestone which we did not know. This is an excellent site which I will be telling my friends about. Thank you once again.|
|SISTERSON||Thanks||Thankyou for sending the link to a photo of my Great Grandfather Thomas Sistersons grave.|
|SKAIFE||Agnes Skaife||Thank you for enabling me to view the memorial stone of Agnes Skaife, who was my mothers cousin
|SKAIFE||Joseph Skaife||Thank you for enabling me to view the memorial stone of Joseph Skaife, who was my mothers cousin, and his daughter Marjorie
|SKEET||Useful site||This is a great service. Many thanks to the photographers.|
|SKELDON||SKELDON/HUTCHINSON||would like to thank you for the picture you sent me it has been a great help. It was a really clear pictue aswell so thanks again.|
|SKELTON||Gravestone Photo||Thank you so much for the image. I live in Scotland so although I do intend to visit the churchyard at some point it is very difficult.
|SKERRY||A fantastic site||Found this site yesterday and immediately found the grave of my Husband's GG Grandparents. Requested the image and a prompt reply was recived from Charles. I will certainly be telling others about it. |
|SKIDMORE||Thank you||Thank you for the photo of my Great Uncle's gravestone - Alfred George Skidmore. The speed and quality of reply was much appreciated!|
|SKILBECK||Thankyou||This is a wonderful site and l appreciate all the hard work that has gone into it, if it had not been for this site l would never have been able to obtain the information or images and l thankyou so much|
|SKINNER||Thankyou so much Charles for such a fabu||Thankyou so much Charles for such a fabulous site. How amazing it was to recieve an image of my Gt Gt Gt Gt Grandmothers grave. What a woderful service you are providing.|
|SKINNER||Rebecca Ann Skinner of Thrigby,Norfolk||Thankyou very much for the photo of my great aunt`s grave. She was born in 1862 and died in 1943. What a wonderful service, and so prompt!|
|SKINNER||SKINNER / BAKER||Thank you Charles and Mandy Perry for this valuable resource. What an amazing thing it is to be able to see my ancestors graves from the other side of the world!|
|SKINNER||Finding my roots||Thanks for a wonderful service that really helps to bring the past alive |
|SKINNER||Many thanks||A big thank you to all of your members. I have been able to complete the lives of several members of my family and no doubt will find several more as I research your wonderful site.|
|SKINNER||Brilliant service thank you.||Elizabeth Reynolds, daughter of William Skinner (1727-1804) , died November 1781 in childbirth having married William Reynolds on 24 October 1780. This gravestone records that her baby also died and is buried with her.|
|SKINNER||Gravestone Pictures||This is a fantastic resource. The site answers almost immediately. It has enabled me to evidence my research and gives me access to information that I am unable to access myself. Well done for putting all this invaluable information together. Thank you very much for all your hard work it is very much appreciated.|
|SKINNER||Thank you||Many thanks for the image of William Skinner 4gg, and wife Ann, also images of two other headstones, my great aunts. A wonderful service. I would never have found these family members without this website. I have since visited the graveyard and found the headstones. Thank you. |
|SKIPPEN||Fantastic service||Thank you so much. |
|SKIPPEN||Surname was Skippen not Skipper||Thank you once again today. The surname was in fact Skippen and not Skipper|
|SKIPPEN||Many Thanks||Once again thank you for sending me this photo so quickly. The quality is excellent.|
|SKIPPER||Looking for grave of mr Harry j skipper,||Looking for grave of mr Harry j skipper, buried in the parish of sheringham Norfolk, died 27th oct 1911, buried on the 31 st oct 1911|
|SKIPSEY||Many Thanks||Thank you so much for this wonderful site. I have found many graves of my ancestors, which helps so much to enrich the family tree. Huge thanks.|
|SKIPWORTH||Thank you very much with your quick resp||Thank you very much with your quick response to my request. I am now matching gravestones with family member's|
|SKIPWORTH||I believe a Skipworth Family Tomb is in||I believe a Skipworth Family Tomb is in St Mary's churchyard, South Kelsey. Is this on any of the image you have. Thank you, Sue|
|SKITT||Great service to genealogy||I came across this website in this months Your Family History magazine and have been immediately able to track down 2 graves. Charles provided a great service and I hope I can add some photos of my own to help grow this valuable resource.|
|SKITT||General||What a wonderful site. Seeing my great grandmother's grave stone brought back childhood memories. |
|SKODDER||Once again Charles thank you for this gr||Once again Charles thank you for this great service. I am able to view these graves with out travelling vast distances Joy Hetherington.|
|SKYPES||Thank you for the service that you have provided, it is much appreciated||Thank you for your help. We are now going to visit the war grave of John Sykes in Normandy.|
|SLACK||Thanks||I've heard so much about Aunty Dolly, I found it quite moving to see her grave. Her brother Edgar also missed her very much.|
|SLACK||Thanks||Such a great site. My first choice when looking for photos of my ancestors' final resting place.|
|SLATER||thnak you so much for so promptly sendin||thnak you so much for so promptly sending me details of a great uncles gravestone, which is most helpful for family history research|
|SLAUGHTER||Thank you for photographing and indexing||Thank you for photographing and indexing these gravestones in St Peter's Sandwich.
Do you have images for St Clement's Sandwich where the rest of the Slaughter family are buried?
|SLEIGHT||great site||love the site, i found the family name i was looking for but am struggling to find out if they had a son, and if that son is my great grandfather. keep up the great work|
|SLEIGHTHOLME||Thank you||Thank you Charles - I really appreciate the time and work you dedicate to this resource.|
|SLIDDERS||Many Thanks for High Definition Photos||Thank you Charles for the rapid response to our request.
|SLIWCZYNSKI||thanks||thankyou for the provision of this service , it is greatly appreciated|
|SLOANE||Andrew Dunbar Sloane||I looked this up for a gentleman from New Zealand who was looking for his grandfather's grave. A wonderful resource. Thank you.|
|SLOGGETT||Thanks||Thank you for the pictures of the headstones of the Sloggett Family that I am currently researching|
|SLOLEY||Thank You||The image/details were exactly what I was looking for and I am very grateful. The quality was excellent and I even have an image of the church as well.|
|SMALE||Thank you so much for sending me the ima||Thank you so much for sending me the images of the gravestones of William Smale CLARKE, Emma CLARKE and Emmeline CLARKE, in the Old Town Municipal Cemetery, Bideford. This is a wonderful service you offer and I am very grateful to you for letting me have these images. Thank you.|
|SMALE||Thank You||What a fantastic resource. I appreciate the photos received to date. When time permits I may look to cotribute some of the many grave and headstone photos I have collected over a number of years.|
|SMALES||Thank you very much for your excellent,||Thank you very much for your excellent, prompt and free service! Very much appreciated from Australia. |
|SMART||Very Good website||I have been doing my family research for some time and not come across this site before, although I have only found one gravestone of use for me I am sure this site will continue to grow and grow.
Not very often you see a genealogy site offering a free service.|
|SMIDDY||Thank you||Thanks so much for all your help and for sending me the photos. Much appreciated!|
|SMIDDY||Pickering: Alice Smiddy||Many thanks for photo of Pickering gravestone, too far for me to travel to view/photo.|
|SMITH||Great Site||Many thanks for the Photo, I could not believe the speed with which the request was dealt with. Thank you for this service as I'm not local.
|SMITH||Gravestone photos||Just come across this website. Very impressed to find photos here of two inscribed gravestones of people I'm researching. Thank you. |
|SMITH||Photo request||Thank you so much for sending the memorial photo of my relative Hume Smith. It is so exciting to find out that he helped to build the Fourth Bridge. On his death certificate it just says skull injury but nothing more. Again, I do appreciate all your work.
I did notice, however on the one page "The Men who died building the Fourth Bridge" they have his name as Hum Smith without the e.|
|SMITH||Photo||Very Helpful and Obliging very quick sending photo through.Hilda|
|SMITH||Adam Freer Smith||Many thanks for the picture of my ancestor's grave. Really pleased with your service.|
|SMITH||Thank you||Many thanks for the prompt dispatch of the image of my Great Grandparents gravestone. Thanks to you and your volunteers I am able to move further back in my family research and will certainly use the site again.|
|SMITH||Smith/Poole/Williams/Simpson tree||What a pleasant surprise to find details not available in any other sites.
|SMITH||George & Mary Ann plus Jonas & Harriet Smith||The images were forwarded promptly together with a most courteous response from Mr Sale. The images provided an actual date of birth in respect of Jonas and Harriet which had previously been unknown to me. An excellent research facility|
|SMITH||SMITH/BAMFORD||Just to say that the photo I requested was not attached to the email you sent to me at my gmail address - I have photos of gravestones if they are of interest.
|SMITH||Smith - John & Jean||Thank you for the image, it will be of great help to my dad who is elderly and unable to visit his brother's grave now|
|SMITH||Gravestone of William Weighill Smith||The service that you offer is absolutely fantastic. It enables people to obtain information from graveyards that you may never be able to visit personally.
Thankyou, Thankyou, Thankyou|
|SMITH||Gravestone of George Noel Smith||Many thanks for your invaluable help|
|SMITH||Great site with info I had not come acro||Great site with info I had not come across before.
Excellent response anbd appreciate the ability to add comment.|
|SMITH||CLEETHORPES CEMETARY||What a wonderful surprise to actually see a photograph of my uncles grave. Cannot speak highly enough of everyone connected with this web site. Great for family historians. One of my favourite places to research. |
|SMITH||William Smith - Kirkbymoorside||What a brilliant site and how quickly the reply was sent to me . The site enabled me to a. confirm the details of the individual I was researching and b. identify another member of the family that had not been previously researched.
|SMITH||Many Thanks!||Thank You for your quick response. This information will be helpful in research of Thomas Henry Smith's family. |
|SMITH||recieved photo||thanks for the photo has helped with my family research|
|SMITH||Images||Thanks for a great resource. Images excellent quality|
|SMITH||photograph||very pleased with photograph.this has solved a family problem that has been going on for several years|
|SMITH||Just a thank you for your help, very qui||Just a thank you for your help, very quick and efficient! |
|SMITH||Charles Herbert and Kate Alice Smith||Many thanks for the photo of my great grandparents gravestone. My mother was delighted to see it and has been in touch with the cemetery to find its exact location so that she can visit it. Many thanks again. Jayne and Val.
|SMITH||Thank you||Thank you once again for the amazing work that you do.|
|SMITH||Grave image||Thank you for response to request for image of great-grandparents gravestone. Very useful site.|
|SMITH||Website||Great resource, very useful.|
|SMITH||Harlow Hill Cemetery, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England - Ambrose Ernest & Frances Annie SMITH||Gravestone photo much appreciated.|
|SMITH||Appreciation of this valuable resource||Thanks Charles for the very prompt receipt of three images requested; I am absolutely in awe of the time and dedication you and your fellow volunteers give to this fabulous resource. I will be coming back time and again to gain further information/confirmation on my family tree. I am currently looking at my Smith line in Ifield but have many other names I would like to follow up on.
Well done to all!|
|SMITH||Great resourse||I was so excited to see the headstone of my 4 times great grandparents. John Smith and Susannah. The request was very fast and it was very wonderful to see such an old headstone. One that I probably won't ever get to see in real life. |
|SMITH||Many thanks||Thank you for providing a large image of the gravestone that I viewed. The prompt email response was very much appreciated.
|SMITH||Michael SMITH||Hello, this is a polite message. You have transcribed image 1623 as Michael SMITH, this in fact is Michaela SMITH. She was my cousin. |
|SMITH||Francis Smith Headstone||Thank you for posting the photo. For 200 plus years that stone has weathered well, can't read much, but I'm happy to have the connection.|
|SMITH||Jeremiah Smith||What an excellent website. I'm not sure that the photo sent is of the people I am searching for - not the best surname to be researching! - but it has given me a possibility to pursue further. Many thanks.|
|SMITH||Unable to view photograph||You kindly emailed me promptly about my request for a headstone image (Louisa and Thomas Smith). However, I have been unable to view that image despite following your instructions. Please re-send the image or directly to me via email would be preferred.
Thank you. .... more|
|SMITH||Thank you||Many thanks for sending me four photographs of my ancestors:
Charles Albert Smith
Ivy Beryl Smith
Kenneth Chasbeth Smith
A great site.|
|SMITH||Walter O Smith's memorial stone||I will thrilled to finally find a memorial to my great-uncle Walter Osborne-Smith. He is buried in Feuchy Chapel British Cemetery, Wancourt France but it is nice to know he has a memorial in the Village he lived with his wife. Thanks for the photo.|
|SMITH||Mary Ann Smith Gravestone||I'm very grateful to you for sending me the link to the larger image, which enabled me to read the inscription.
Thanks for your help - much appreciated.
|SMITH||Help to find grave||I'm trying to locate the grave of my grandad. He is buried in Ryecroft cemetary in walsall. Full name is George Thomas Smith and he died in 1942 ... thank you|
|SMITHEMAN||thank you||thanks so much for your help with finding the gravestones of my grandparents, you have already helped me with my other set of grandparents and its nice to be able to visit their resting place. you provide an invaluable service!|
|SMITHERS||Thank you!||So thankful for people and groups that share ancestry history with people. This takes a lot of work and upkeep. The internet has opened up genealogy for so many people. Researching my Mum's Smithers line and came across Charles Edgar Smithers tombstone for a profile photo. Thank you so much. |
|SMITHSON||Feedback||Thankyou Charles for the two images you sent me. Such quick response!! Very much appreciated!!|
|SMY||Elizabeth Smy's grave in Chelmoniston||Thank you for this wonderful resource. It really helps with finding exactly when and where a person is buried. The quality of the photo of Elizabeth Smy's grave is excellent. Thank you!|
|SMY||Great site||Thank you for the image of James and Eliza Smy gravestone. What a great service you are delivering. Without it we could not hope to discover such information. |
|SMYTH||thomas smyth of east dereham norfolk||thank you for sending me the photo of the memorial of thomas smyth in all saints church, necton, norfolk. I will now go back to the church and pay my respects.|
|SMYTH||photo request||Great to be able to get these photos when you live out of the area.
|SMYTH||Thanks for the pictures||Thanks for the prompt attention with the photos of my Smyth ancestors graves. Living in the USA makes it difficult to be on site to review them so this is a great alternative. |
|SMYTH-OSBOURNE||Photographic request||Thank you for your prompt reply to my request for a photograph of a gravestone|
|SMYTHE||Photos from earlier requests not transferred to the 2014 version||Some years ago, I requested and received some photos from a family vault in Aldeburg, UK, St. Peter and St. Paul graveyard. Since this has been transferred to Ancestry.com, a search there links to those burials, but further search doesn not include any of them. Is the database not finished, or have these graves been lost in the system? I know they exist, as I downloaded them into my old computer.
Thanks for your help.|
|SNEDDON||Terrific resource||What a wonderful resource you have created . Thanks so much , Charles , for the image & speedy response . It really brings to life our ancestors & I hadn't realised how many of the same family are buried nearby.|
|SNELL||Thank You||Many thanks to you and all contributors who allow us to use all these photographs .|
|SNOW||Gravestone photo||Thank you very much for your useful and prompt response. Elizabeth Jane Snow was the widow of John Elliot Snow so the slightly illegible word is 'relict'. She was born on 10.10.1831 (not 1881)and baptised at Walton Parish Church and died on 14.7.1930 aged 98. .... more|
|SNOW||Thank you so much for the images of John||Thank you so much for the images of John Elliot Snow's Monument also of Stanley Hasler Snow's Cremation Memorial, I do appreciate it.|
|SNOWDEN||Many Thanks||Once again, many thanks for your time in sending me the 3 gravestone photos I requested. I plan to e-mail a friend so she can look here also.|
|SNOWDEN||SNOWDEN/SNOWDON||Am in receipt of the 2 separate gravestone requests I submitted yesterday. Thank you for your prompt service.|
|SNOWDEN||A great Site||An excellent site, very well done and easy to use.|
|SNOWDON||Amazing site ..Thanks you||This is an amazing site for Geneology research and a pleasure to use...very prompt response to requests are greatly appreciated ..Thank you for all your hard work |
|SNOWDON||Very useful website which I had not foun||Very useful website which I had not found before.|
|SOMERFIELD||Charles, Thank you so much for the photo||Charles, Thank you so much for the photo and the work you all do. I have just recieved a photo of Kate Somerfield only days ago, so it is great to now have the photo of the family grave. Terri |
|SOMMERVILLE||FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH - SOMMERVILLE/SOMMERWILL||Wonderful service,it couldn't be any better. Thankyou for all your hard work.|
|SONLEY||Thanks||Thanks to all the voluntees who collect and prepare this information, it has helped myself follow my family research which would otherwise not be possible, BobG - Canada|
|SORSBY||photos||this is a very good service and I look forward to using it again and maybe able to offer some gravestone pictures myself.
|SOTIRCHOS||Louise McVey Sotirchos||Thankyou Charles for sending the image that I requested - it meant a lot to me to be able to see my friend's gravestone. However, I was sad to note that no inscription had been added to the gravestone. Such a wonderful lady and no words were inscribed for her? Thank you anyway for such a great service. Anna x|
|SOUTAR||SOUTAR HEADSTONE||Thank you Charles for a superb website and a super high resolution image of my great great grandfather's headstone. I really appreciate the time spent by you and other volunteers in posting photographs of ancestors resting places. Absolutely thrilled to find the grave of Peter Soutar and his family in Coupar Angus. Great site and so user friendly.... An invaluable and most professional service . Thank you again.
|SOUTHAM||Thanks||Thank-you very much for the efforts and time to create this website.|
|SOUTHARD||A wonderful resource||I was so pleased to find the photograph of the gravestone of my great(x2) grandparents as I am a full time carer for my 92 year old mother and am currently unable to visit places connected with my family history. This web site is a real find.|
|SOUTHGATE||Grave Stone photos||Thanks very much for a great resource. Very quick at sending photos required. It such a change for something free, keep up the good work.|
|SOUTHGATE||What am amazing resource||I just want to thank Charles and all the volunteers for providing such a wonderful resource for family historians. It has been especially helpful for me, exploring my family from my grandmother's side who had their roots in Suffolk, England. Thank you again|
|SOUTHGATE||Herbert William Leonard Southgate||Thank you for the link to the picture of his memorial in his local church. Herbert William Leonard Southgate was a Kew Gardens trained gardener, an orchid specialist who was born in East Dereham, Norfolk and enlisted in his county regiment in WW1. As his plaque shows, he was killed in action at the Batlle of Gaza. Prior to Kew, He worked at Rainham Hall and Westonbirt Gardens, Glos. He is remembered on the Kew Gardens staff war memorial. Research from the Kew WW1 section of the World War Zoo Gardens / Gardener 1939 blog on Wordpress. many thanks for the image. Mark Norris, World War Zoo Gardens project research blog. |
|SOUTHWORTH||Many thanks for the gravestone photo. Yo||Many thanks for the gravestone photo. Your work is greatly appreciated. I've forwarded a small donation via PayPal. Again many thanks, Phil|
|SOWDEN||photo of ann sowden gravesite||I received a confirmation and note saying the photo was attached. but, there was no attachment. maybe we can try again. thx so much|
|SOWDEN||Many thanks||The gravestone photo confirms my conclusions (and inevitably negates that of other trees on Ancestry), and for that I'm most grateful|
|SOWLER||Dear Charles, Many thanks for prompt re||Dear Charles,
Many thanks for prompt reply to my request for an image. Your service is invaluable and much appreciated.
|SPALDING||great work!||Thank you for the great work and website. It is especially helpful for those of us that live afar and are unable to get to England,walk and the graveyards. I hope more and more people get involved to take more pictures, it is preserving history.|
|SPALL||Thanks for a valuable site and contents.||Thanks for a valuable site and contents. I've found previously, photos of gravestones here before and its nice to add adetails of ancesters.
|SPALL||Thank you!||Thank you so much for this service you have provided. It really means a lot to me to be able to see this.|
|SPANTON||SPANTON/AUSTEN||My thanks for the very helpful enlarged copy of WIlliam Austen's memorial plaque. The information on this will be of great help in my research.|
|SPARKES||Thank you so much for the e-mail respons||Thank you so much for the e-mail response with the link which enabled me to see the Grave of Terry Sparkes, my Partner's Cousin who died in a tragic accident.|
|SPARKHALL||I am descended from my great, great, gre||I am descended from my great, great, great, great grandfather, Edward Sparkhall (1787-1861) and his wife Mary Hainford (1878-1857).
There are at least two Edward Sparkhalls around at the same time in the same area (Norfolk), so care needs to be observed. I know quite a lot about the family, so any others with information or request will be welcome. It is not a very common name.
I would like to express appreciation to Charles Sale for his excellent website and his speedy response when photos are requested.|
|SPARKS||Thank you||I am amazed to find these images and so quickyl!
Thank you to the volunteers... your work is a appreciated and valuable |
|SPARLING||Sparling gravestone photos||Many thanks for the good quality photo of the grave of my great grandparents: James Green Sparling & Hadassah Sparling née Walker|
|SPASHETT||Thank you for Gravestone Photo||Excellent quality photo supplied within hours of sending my request. Thank you for providing this free excellent resource.|
|SPEDDING||Gravestone of Annie and Robert Spedding||What an excellent website/resource. The image was clear, was sent very quickly and the gravestone inscription cleared up a number of queries.|
|SPEED||Thanks||Thanks very much for you excellent website and service. Photo of memorial to Mary Speed, died 06 Jan 1828, at Ston Easton, greatly appreciated|
|SPEED||Incredible Service||Words seem pretty inadequate to simply thank you for the service you provide. For a small county girl in Canada, it seems important to me to find out as much of my Speed legacy as I can, and your service just keeps adding more links, stepping stones if you will to understanding where I truly came from. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!|
|SPEER||Relationships||Thames Ditton, Surrey. Ref 32340: Hannibal Speer - was born Sandys, changed name to Speer for inheritance, c. 1870.
Ref 32339, 32339, 32340: Eliza, Frances and Maria Speer - were sisters, and were aunts of Hannibal. He was my great-great uncle.
Many thanks for the picture. .... more|
|SPENCE||SPENCE/AITCHISON - Gravestone photos in Berwickshire||I am interested in the above families in Berwickshire areas i.e. Coldingham, Eyemouth, Cockburnspath. So photos of the above graves would be of great help. - Terri|
|SPENCE||Thank Your||Charles Sale was so helpful with the research on my family tree. Great website.
|SPENCE||Frances Spence||Many thanks for the image you sent me... gratefully received.|
|SPENCELAYH||dorothy spencelayh||Thank you for the photograph I'm researching the name Spencelayh have found location of William buried in North Cemetery Hartlepool 1808 - 1889 parents John & Mary Coverdale of Whitby they're buried in the same cemetery grave unmarked. William had 11 children Thomas Coverdale Spencelayh has a large gravestone near his fathers grave. I have now marked Williams grave. For Information have list of all buried in North Cemetery Hartlepool 56.000 in total. |
|SPENCER||Emailed photos of gravestone||I want to thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for the photos of Julia Spencer my gt aunt and her family. I have been searching for her death date for a number of years now. Thanks once again. Marvellous Cheers Gwen |
|SPENCER||Useful Website||Researching Spencer Family tree and this website has been useful|
|SPENCER||Photo of gravestone of Clara Emma Spencer||I was very pleased to receive a virtual immediate response to my request for the photo of my great grandmother's gravestone in the churchyard at Haliwell in Bolton.
An excellent service!
|SPENDIFF||Thanks||Thanks for the quick response to my request and for the excellent photo. A great resource for family research.|
|SPENDLOVE||Thetford graves||The entry for John Simpson Spendlove is incorrect. He died in 1852, not 1832. Therefore his DOB is 1791.
The grave next to this one has his father, the clockmaker and keeper of the gaol, John Spendlove (1743-1817), yet does not seem to have been photographed. .... more|
|SPENLEY||Gravestone search||Thank you to everyone involved in GPR, I have been searchign for a lost family grave for a few months now and the site and subsequent photograph has helped massively in this search.|
|SPENS||Dido Spens||Thank you Charles for the enlargement of the photo I requested - much appreciated. Is there anyway you can look at photo at your end and let me know the date of death of Diana Clare Woodhouse Spens: 18 March ....? .... more|
|SPENSLEY||Thank you||Thank you for the photos of the gravestones of my ancestors.|
|SPIERS||This is a great resource. Very helpful w||This is a great resource. Very helpful when researching family tree. Thanks.|
|SPILSBURY||Thank you for replying so quickly to my||Thank you for replying so quickly to my requests. So nice to see the pictures.|
|SPINKS||Thank you||Thank you for the pics of the Spinks family I requested. If I could make another request from you, as I'm not sure if these are the right ancesters and need the info on the stones to see if that will help me any. Can you darken the lettering on the headstones so I may see what it says. I use a spray bottle of water or sometimes just dirt (then clean off) when I do my pics for others. Thanks a million for all that you are doing. Regards, Karen|
|SPINKS||SPINKS, BENTON||Thank you very much for the photo, your website is brilliant for Family history. It's also good to see the final resting place of your family even if we never knew them. Thanks again.|
|SPINKS||Grateful thanks||Dear Charles I am very grateful for the service you provide on this website. It's nice to be able to add a photo of a gravestone to our family history records.|
|SPINKS||Grateful thanks||Dear Charles I am very grateful for the service you provide on this website. It's nice to be able to add a photo of a gravestone to our family history records.|
|SPONG||Good site, keep up the good work||Good site, keep up the good work|
|SPORE||Filling the gaps!||Many thanks for the dedication displayed on this website. I started off looking for James Chandler to find him listed under his wife's maiden name of Spore! They are both my great great grandparents so no worries! |
|SPORLE||Joseph Sporle 1833-1910||Thank you for the superb opportunity of gaining a photo of a relatives garvestone. This would not have been possible without your great resource|
|SPORLE||Thanks yet again||Thanks yet again for a marvellous website resource|
|SPORLE||Great Resource||To all the volunteers at GPR a great big Thank You!|
|SPRAGUE||SPRAGUE & PARSON||I'm looking for the parents of Willim Edwin Sprague
he was born: July 1896 am also looking for Ada k.Parson's mother Ada was born:1895 Her father's name is Arthur Parson does;t say when he was born:-
or when he died|
|SPRENT||thank you||just been able to see gravestone photo for Maria Mary Sprent et al in Guildford - wonderful! Thanks for all the work your volunteers do to enable folk like me to get to see gravestones we'd otherwise never find!|
|SPRENTALL||Brilliant work||Thanks for the prompt reply and great photo.
Great work being done by you and your volunteers.|
|SPRINGETT||Ancestors of Stella Mary springett , my mother||I have a picture taken in 1901 of 353 high st Chatham Rochester j.r. Springett & son saddlers. This is my great grand father and is family. If any body has more information on john Richard Springett e.g. Family tree it would be welcome|
|SPROT||Excellent website!||The information and the images provided by this website are excellent. Not only did I get the image I had requested but I also had an email with links to even more information about the family I was researching. |
|SPROUL||Martha Elizabeth Sproule Headstone||Just like to say, thanks so much for the photo and thanks to all the volunteers for their hard work|
|SQUIRE||Squire headstone||Thank you for the enlarged images of the 2 gravestones that I requested. Much appreciated.|
|SQUIRE||Robert & Maria Squire||Thank you for replying so quickly. It is very kind of you to give up your free time to do this for other people. Such a good picture of my ggrandparents gravestone which I would not have seen if it was not for your website. Thank You |
|SQUIRE||Aunt Ciss||Many thanks for your photographic efforts with my great Aunt's grave. I remember with great affection her visiting my grandfather. She was a South Londoner, lived in West London and ended her days in Essex with her daughter and son in law. |
|SQUIRE||Maria Elizabeth Squire||Thank You Charles what a great site .
Maria died at 14 Harrison Street Grimsby
Her occupation was a school Mistress.Maria's sister Jane was also of the same occupation.|
|SQUIRES||Thank you Charles||Excellent & quick service. Photograph supplied was of superb quality.|
|ST AUBYN||A great service||It was extremely useful to be able to access this clear photograph.It has provided me with additional information, and saved me a 100 mile round trip to the cemetery. Thank you very much for providing this service, it is much appreciated.|
|STABLER||family history||thank you again for a great resource|
|STACEY||monument transcription||A second extra big thank you because I have just realized that the transcriptions provided for the gravestones photographed contain valuable information not readable in the photographs. The photographs alone would have been lovely, tantalizing and very very frustrating without the transcription. So to who ever spent all that time in the graveyard of St.Mary the Virgin, Tadcaster, a big thank you from the colonies.|
|STACEY||Thanks||Thanks very much for the three pictured headstones of the Stacey family including both my G and GG grandparents in Radnage. Since I live in Canada, I do not know if I would have gotten the opportunity to visit the site my self. I do have one question. Is there a map of the cemetery that outlines where each headstone is located?|
|STACEY||My great great great grandparents||Thank you so much for sending me a photo of the gravestone of my ancestors Mr. and Mrs. William Stacey who are buried in the churchyard at Nutfield. A very poignant moment - I am 75 and live abroad so doubt whether I will ever see it in person. All your hard work much appreciated!|
|STACKHOUSE||Gravestone Photo||Thankyou very much for the quick responce in sending me the photo of henrys grave.
|STACPOOLE||Thanks again||Thanks again for providing the great service that you do. It's great to be have such a wonderful resource when researching from afar.|
|STAFF||Gravestone photos||Many thanks, these have provided some useful information I had not already managed to obtian|
|STAFFORD||Photo request||A quick thank you for the grave photo... helps confirm a family related story|
|STAFFORD||Thankyou||Thanks to the kindness of your volunteers and this wonderful service, I was able to share this day with my Nan even though it's hundreds of miles away. It's been wonderful to be able to make this annual 'visit' possible, thanks to you.|
|STAGG||Maurice Stagg - thank you so much for your very prompt response to my request.||Your site has enabled me to ensure that I am following the correct line of my ancestors, and I am looking forward to investigating further.|
|STAINFIELD||Connection||Thank you for your helpful site. We have now made connection with a cousin. Very much appreciated|
|STAINSBY||Thank You||Thank you for the photo Charles. This is great website with a wonderful service - A brilliant resource for the family historian. |
|STAINSBY||Stainsby||Another great photo. A very big thank you Charles, to you, and your volunteers|
|STAINTON||Stainton||Thank you so much for this service. I asked for it today and it has already arrived. This is the first time I have seen the gravestone for Cornelius Stainton and his wife Mary Marshall. They are my 3rd great grandparents. I had no idea that such a gravestone existed. I am amazed at how dedicated some people are to provide information like this. Again Thank you. Judy|
|STALKER||Duncan and Margaret Stalker (nee Morrison/Morison)||I asked for a copy of another Stalker headstone, but realised that I was on the wrong track. But viewing it, it was so clear. Am looking forward to seeing the next headstone. Gail Mulhern|
|STAMP||Thank you||Many thanks - appreciate the help.|
|STANBROUGH||Wonderful service as always. Great to h||Wonderful service as always. Great to have a really good site that is 'free of charge' and very helpful.|
|STANBURY||Emma Stanbury, wife of George Stanbury||The image of the gravestone gave me the actual date of death of both of the above, rather than just the quarter in which they died|
|STANCER||William B Stancer||thank you for the image of my grandfather's grave.... his name is STANCER not Stanger.... but otherwise everything is correct. what a great service this is. thank you again|
|STANCER||STANCER||Thank you for all of your help in locating photographs|
|STANDBRIDGE||~Headstone photograph~||Sincerely appreciate the kind effort of Mr Willis in photographing the grave site of Thomas H Standbridge.|
|STANDEN||Thank you||Just wanted to thank you for putting this information on the internet. It has filled a small gap in my family tree.|
|STANFORD||WOW - Thank you||Dear Charles,
What an awesome resource and service you deliver. Thank you.|
|STANLEY||photo of edward stanleys||thank you very much for the photo and well done on your project,graham..|
|STANNARD||What a delight||I am extremely grateful to learn of this resource, that I stumbled upon thanks to G**gle. Thank you very much. |
|STANNARD||Feedback - William Stannard - Suffolk/Norfolk - 1790||Just a reply to express a big thank you, and sincere gratitude for the information, and image of the gravestone, thank you so much.
The service is direct, polite and concise, the information clear and detailed, and the gravestone image has such clarity.
|STANNARD||Eloise Stannard||Thank you for the picture. It helped me answer a few questions!|
|STANNING||STANNING /STONDON||I am so impressed by this service. So much work and patience has gone in to setting up this service. It is of tremendous help to those of us who live overseas. I have been to the UK looking at various memorials etc but at that stage did not have the Stanning name on my line. Thank you for giving me the chance to see their last resting place and gove me inspiration that the names i am tesearching were in fact real people.|
|STANYER||GRAVE IMAGE||Thank you for the image you supplied. Excellent website|
|STANYON||Thank you||I am very grateful to you for your service. Your prompt attention is much appreciated. You have an amazing resource here to help with researching family history and I intend to try to add to your archive in the near future. Enormous thanks.|
|STARKEY||Fantastic site and service - Requests ar||Fantastic site and service - Requests are dealt with very quickly so many thanks to all volunteers involved with this. Too many Graveyards are flattened/vandalised and then its too late Thanks again
|STARLING||Thanks||I have only recently discovered your website, and I am please to see that you have photos of a number of graves that I am looking for, as part of my on going research into my family history. Many thanks. I will be requesting more photos.|
|STAULKEY||a big thank yoi||manny thanks for the grave photo of harry staulkey at copdock also kind thanks again for the ones sent a few years ago at st.margarets leiston and special thanks to all the volentiers who take the time to send in the gravestone photos a BIG thank you kind regards allan|
|STAULKEY||gravestone photo||thank you very much for the gravestone photo and the prompt time that is was sent and special thanks to all the people who take the photos and log them thanks again for kind help|
|STAVERS||Thanks||Thank you very much for the lovely clear photo!|
|STEAD||Huge thanks to GPR||What an incredible resource and service to the genealogical community and public.
Many thanks for your assistance. I was able to potentially put a piece into the ever challenging puzzle.|
|STEAD||Thankyou very much for the copy of John||Thankyou very much for the copy of John Stead and Mary Stead's gravestone. It was very useful for my research.|
|STEAD||George Stead||Thank you so much for this website. It´s a great help for research purposes when not living in the same country. Keep up the good work and I will volunteer to help when I have finished the current round of research.|
|STEADMAN||STEADMAN/WEBB/CHANCE||I was thrilled to find this website through Ancestry & it's free! I was able to find the gravestone of my gg grandfather William Chance and wife Julia Barris. Also in the same plot were two of their grandchildren Eva Chance Webb age 7 months and grandson Robert William Adam Webb. St.Laurence Church is nearby the Great Stone Inn on Church Lane in Northfield, Worsc. which was owned by William and Julia and later daughter Elizabeth and son in law Adam Webb from the early 1860's until after Adam's death in 1901. Julia's widowed mother Hannah Barris had also lived there until her death.
I received a very quick response to my request and can't thank you enough.
Nancy from Alaska |
|STEADY||A very fast prompt reply||Thanks for the prompt reply in sending me the tile picture from Brightlingsea. It will be very useful in my research
Thanks once again|
|STEDMAN||Thanks||I just want to take the time to thank you for this amazing resource - you have many, many of my family members on this site and it has been amazing to find the information and photos. This is a priceless work you are doing giving access to graves and markers with so much information.
|STEED||STEED, MONTGOMERY, FORTIS||Amazing service you are providing here! Thanks so much.|
|STEEDMAN||Thank You!||Hi Charles, Thank you so very much, this photo has filled a large gap in my research. I am so appreciative you have no idea. Thanks again, Jenny Richardson, Sydney, Australia.|
|STEEDMAN||Image of grave||I found this site quite by accident while searching for any information about the Steedman family from Nottingham. What a wonderful resource this is! I found there was a photograph of the grave which was sent to me this morning. This was the link I was looking for and I'm so grateful to Charles for the invaluable job he is doing. What a service!|
|STEEL||steel family history||Thankyou for your help. It is very much appreciated. Regards Graham Steel, NSW, Australia|
|STEEL||Photos of family members||Thankyou very much for your help Charles. I certainly will be encouraging others to use your facility.|
|STEEL||Isabella (Steel) Oliphant||Thank you to all the volunteers of this site. I am the family historian for my family, and I truly appreciate the dedication that has been put into this site. Most people have no idea the thousands of hours that are put into such a project such as this. Your beautiful detailed photo of the Oliphant family monument is very much appreciated. I am able to see my ancestor, Isabella Steel, wife of Walter Oliphant quite clearly. The photo is an invaluable resource to my tree. Again, thank you all very much. |
|STEEL||Many Thanks||Thank you so much for the very clear image. You have saved me from yet another, probably cold and wet, search around a cemetery.|
|STEEL||Thanks||Thanks to all the volunteers for their handwork on this project|
|STEEL||Holy Trinity Churchyard, Berwick on Tweed||Thank you very much for rapid response to a headstone photo request. It saved a lot of time and travel I did not know it existed until viewed on your site.|
|STEEL||Thanks||Thanks very much for the photograph of the headstone for one of the people I'm writing about. I would not have known it even existed if an online search hadn't linked to your site. Keep up the great work.|
|STEELE||Ellen Brett Headstone||Thank you so much for sending this so quickly - your help is very much appreciated. A great site - highly recommended. Janet|
|STEELS||A great site easy to use and fast reprod||A great site easy to use and fast reproduction of photo
Thank you as I live at other endof the country|
|STEER||A big thank you||Thank you so much for your help with the pictures of the gravestones. Keep up the good work.|
|STEER||Gravestone Photograph||many thanks for the photograph of my great grandparents headstone. Also thanks for such a prompt reply to my request.
George Coates |
|STEER||Many thanks for the photos of ancestors||Many thanks for the photos of ancestors memorials. It definitely helps fill in some gaps. |
|STEER||Thanks||A very high quality image which allowed me to access information on Herbert John STEER (d. 1975) and his family, which would otherwise have required a personal visit.|
|STEER||photo||Thank you for the opportunity to find this photo|
|STEGGEL||Thank you so much||Dear Charles
Thank you so much for providing my requested images It has helped immensely and filled in lots ogogaps.|
|STEGGLES||STEGGLES/STEGGEL||Thank you for providing these pictures of gravestones - they will help me immensley in researching my family tree.|
|STELLING||Excellent response||When a copy of the gravestone relating to an ancestor was requested I received the large photo the next day. What a fast turnaround. Thank you very much.|
|STENNER||William Stenner memorial photo from East Grinstead||Many thanks. Excellent photograph, and fantastic accessibility on your website. Philip.|
|STENTIFORD||Thanks, Charles!!||I was so happy to recieve the Stentiford gravestone picture which came very quickly!!
Thanks again, Charles!!|
|STEPHENSON||invaluable help||many congratulations on a very quick and efficient resource, the photograpic quality was good so enlarging the images is not a problem, i cant thank Charles and the volunteers enough for this remarkable site|
|STEPHENSON||Thankyou||Thankyou Charles and the many volunteers who are taking the photos. This is an invaluable service you are giving to us who do not live in the UK.|
|STEPHENSON||I'm researching the Stephenson line from||I'm researching the Stephenson line from Bywell, Heddon-on-the-Wall, Crawcrook and Ryton.
When summer arrives we'll search out an old cemetery here in OH and photograph the headstones. |
|STEPHENSON||Thanks!||Thanks ever so much for the image of my great great grandparents headstone - it really adds to my family tree :)|
|STEPHENSON||Receipt of Gravestone Image||Thank you again, Charles, for another gravestone image. This is for Anne Stephenson (nee Cundall) and it is a very usable version as to size enlargement or reduction. All your work is much appreciated.|
|STEPHENSON||William Stephenson Grave at St Johns Gateshead Fell||Would not have known about this except for this site. Thank you|
|STERRY||sterry grave||This is a great service for anyone that's been looking for grave photo's.I have also found several others on this site and it is much appreciated.This particular one is the grave of my great grand parents.|
|STEUART||Peter Steuart Grave||Thank you so much for enabling me to get an excellent photograph of the grave of my wife's great-great-grandfather. This is a tremendous service. We all appreciate it greatly!|
|STEVEN||STEVEN/CAMPBELL/BREMNER/MILLER||Thank you for this excellent web site, living in Australia I find it impossible to get the information and photographs your site has provided. |
|STEVEN||Thank you very much||Thank you for the image of David Stephen, usually Steven, sometimes Stiven. A really great site!|
|STEVENS||Thanks||Thanks for the image of Edwin Walter Stevens,hopefully it's the right person we are looking for, my great great grandfather.
Another piece added to my family tree! Thanks again.
|STEVENS||Brilliant||Wow what a website!!! - really interensting, just came across it by accident and now fascinated by what I have found. Many thanks to all those who have worked so hard to get these images published. Will keep searching|
|STEVENS||Valuable Resource||I am conducting family research from Canada and cannot travel to England. This will be a valuable resource as my search for family members continues.|
|STEVENS||Thanks||Thanks very much for the work you do to provide those of us who need help with the search for our ancestors. I have used this site before and found it invaluable. |
|STEVENS||Thank you||Many thanks for sending me the photo of the gravestone of Clive W Stevens.It was very helpful for dates I didn't have and also more family. |
|STEVENS||Thank you for the image of William Thomas Crouch Stevens grave monument||Dear Charles,
Thank you so much for your help with this! It is wonderful to know that we have a family grave monument to visit in London!|
|STEVENSON||Thank you Charles!||I am so grateful for the photo of my ancestors headstone. It was wonderful to see our name "in lights" so to speak. It helped me to be more hopeful in finding many more of our family members. Thank you so much Charles for your service.... you are a dear for doing this for free! Margaret Stevenson|
|STEVENSON||my grandmother||Hi. I have been looking for my grandmothers grave, I am told she was buried
in Glasgow, at age 47, and died and was buried 1923. I have looked here for
her but cannot find a record. Her name was Mary Allison Stevenson (Allison
being her maiden and middle name). She was married to Archibald McNaught
Stevenson who was killed in actions WW1 and as far as I know is buried in
Gaza. She had 5 children Margaret, Bruce, John, Helen and William. Hope you
can help me find her grave. Mary |
|STEVENSON||thanks & appreciation||Many thanks for the photo of one of my ancestors sent today.
Enlarging the image enabled me to be able to make a suggested correction to the transcription as well, so hopefully useful to other researchers.
A great resource and much appreciated thanks.
Person researching Herbert Henry Stevenson and wife Maria Stevenson.|
|STEVENSON||Stevenson, Seatter & Burgher Photos||Recently, I requested photos of my mother in laws family through your site. I am amazed at how fast they were processed for us to view. Living in New Zealand and my mother in law aged 85, wouldn't be possible to fly to Scotland to visit with her Scottish ancestors as she is in a rest home. We are so very thankful for the dedication of others that we will never meet. The photos are lovely. The photos were Maryann Stevenson # 454889, Margaret Stevenson # 45888, James Stevenson # 455107, George Stevenson # 454866, Andrew Seatter, 454866 & Margaret Burgher # 455006.
|STEWARD||A big thank you||What an amazing resource and response to my request for a picture of the memorial tablet to George Steward in All Saints Church, Brightlingsea, Essex. |
|STEWARD||Thankyou||I am compiling a family history for an Australian member of the Steward family who about to turn 100. She is a great grand daughter of William Steward who was buried in Alderton in 1905. Thankyou so much! |
|STEWARD||Dear Charles. Thank you so much for sending through the image for me. I got really excited when I saw it. I am not sure its the one I am looking for though. My Phoebe, I think, was born in late 1700s. But this one may still be related as my Phoebe was also i think, born in Syderstone.
She apparently helped in the Parsonage back in the day.
Thank you again for your time and effort, keep up the good work, its a great thing you are doing. .... more|
|STEWARD||Robin Steward||Thank you for your extremely prompt and helpful response to my enquiry. This is a very useful research resource.|
|STEWART||Thank you||Many thanks for a superb website. I don't have the time or the skill to photograph entire graveyards, but I do have some photos of individual gravestones of various ancestors which I could add. Would these be of any use?|
|STEWART||Thank you||Thank you for sending me the image of the gravestone of a distant relative. Researching your family tree can be difficult at times and projects like yours make things a little easier. It is about time someone put a site like this together.
Thank you again|
|STEWART||Thank you for your help||I thank you for your help regarding John Stewart & Catherine Cameron.
I am reserching these families in Scotland, if anyone can help me I'ld be very grateful.
Stewart, Rose, Littlejohn, Mcnishie, Russell, Mitchell, Mcgregor, Cowie, Meenie to name but a few!
Christina Rose Russell died without leaving a will & her was was traced back to my father, John Russell Stewart.
I can help, if anyone needs it. I lave in Cornwall.|
|STEWART||With thanks||Good afternoon from Ottawa, Canada! Thank you so much for providing me with the image of VJ and AL Stewart's marker. My apologies for sending the second request earlier, but it seems I misread whatever error message I received. Once again many thanks for the photograph.
|STEWART||Alexander Stewart/ Agnes Stewart/ Robert Stewart||I would like to add I formation to these graves as they are my paternal grandparents and uncle . So that this will help others in the future . How can I do this ? .... more|
|STEWART||Thank You||Lovely to be able to read the headstone and transcribe, thanks very much, |
|STEWART||Thankyou||Thankyou so much for sending me the picture of the gravestone I requested of Thomas Stewart. Very much appreciated. Renae from Canada|
|STEWARTISE||Website helpful||I've been searching family history for some time and this website has enabled me to add a photo of my great grandparents headstone and also to realise my great aunt is buried with them. Thanks.|
|STIFF||Amazingly fast service, thank you.||This is a wonderful free resource. Thanks to all involved. I am on the other side of the world so it is even more appreciated as i cannot easily get to the graves myself. Thank you.|
|STIFF||Thank you||Thank you very much for the images that you have shared with me today.
I appreciate your help.|
|STIFF||photos supplied||very easy site to navigate have used a couple of times in the past and once again have come up trumps, I was looking for Cecil Charles Stiff & Pat Brinkley both here and pictures of graves also bonus both ways, if you have difficulty travelling distances or time limits this is the best way, Job Well Done.
Im looking for any descendants from Daniel Stiff 1709-1813
thanks to Charles and all the volunteers
|STIFFELL||Headstone Request||Many thanks for your help in viewing the headstone it is a great help in my research|
|STILES||Results found||This search has been one of the most satisfying in all my years of researching my family tree. The accuracy and fantastically high speed with ability to enlarge the photo to see the family names has been first class. It was such a pleasurable feeling to see that my great grandparents had been buried together after what had been a traumatic end to one of their live.
My disappointment was that I couldn't donate to you using my legitimate debit card. Well done you, keep up the good work, I shall back. I will look again how I can donate to your work.|
|STILL||Henrietta Bruce Still||Henrietta Bruce Still was the second wife of Charles Frederick Still .... more|
|STIMPSON||Greetings from Queensland||Many thanks for this wonderful resource, which enable researchers in far-flung parts of the globe to view their ancestors\' gravestones.|
|STIMPSON||Grateful Thanks||I have just received the larger image of the headstone for Aaron Stimpson and his wife, Mary Ann. Thank you: it is very clear and easily read.|
|STINSON||Fantastic wed site - many thanks||This is a fantastic resource. Thank you so much for putting so much of your time into providing this site.|
|STINTON||gravestone of margaret wendy stinton||Thank you for the picture of gravestone of Winifred May Stinton and Margaret Wendy Stinton at Wichenford churchyard.This will help in my family history researches.Possibly find some living cousins.|
|STIRK||Stirk family||Thankyou for the great site & prompt reply regarding gravestone photo. Living in Western Australia it was great to see not only the gravestone of many family members, but also the church too. The dates also helped to confirm the right people & places.
Cheers & keep up the good work.
|STIVEN||Thank You||Charles: The work done on this site by you and your volunteers is invaluable. Thank you for all the hard work. I am able to access photos and information that I would otherwise not normally be able to access. Keep up the great work. Thanks|
|STOATE||Thank you||I have used this resource twice and am very grateful that people have taken the time and effort to photograph, index and publish this information. Many, many thanks.|
|STOBART||Fabulous site||I have only just found this site-fantastic resource for those tracing family history-keep up brilliant work.|
|STOBART||Gravestone photo||Thank you for the gravestone image of the Stobart family. It has been very helpful with my research, and brought back some memories of wandering around the grave yard at Bywell in the rain, some years ago. Thank you for the work you are doing.|
|STOBBS||John Stobbs and wife Jane||Very useful and supplied details of two children I did not even know about|
|STOBBS||Image of a grave stone||Just a big thank you for this photo. The dates on the stone have been a great help.|
|STOCKALL||Thanks for such a great service!||I requested an image of one of my descendants, whose line I was researching and Charles was kind enough to send me a photograph of my relative's tombstone, which has not only helped me confirm a few things, but also raise more questions, which of course why ancestral research is so fascinating! Thanks to Charles for creating such a an amazing archive, so that those of us searching, can continue on, on these fascinating journeys into our past. You are doing great work Charles. Thank you.|
|STOCKDALE||Thanks for the Headstone picture of John Stockdale||Many thanks. Enabled me to accuratly document date of death of both John and Diana Stockdale.|
|STODART||Thanks||Thank you Charles for all that you do. :)|
|STOECKER||Thank you so much for your dedication an||Thank you so much for your dedication and time in putting together with website. I came across it accidentally whilst doing some family research. I am so happy to have the picture, as my mother (deceased for 2 yrs) thought the gravesight washed away in the number of floods affecting that area. I can now add this to photos I have of my Uncle Heinzie. Bless you.|
|STOKER||Stoker||Thanks so much for such a speedy reply to my photo request. Much appreciated.|
|STOKES||What a fantastic resource - thank goodne||What a fantastic resource - thank goodness there are still dedicated archivists like Charles Sale. A good quality photo was sent to me within 24 hours.|
|STOKES||Great grandmother's grave||I was amazed at how easy it was to find information about her on your site. Great work@|
|STOKES||VERY USEFUL SITE||THANK YOU FOR A VERY RESOURCEFUL SITE|
|STOKES||Looking for living Stokes relatives in t||Looking for living Stokes relatives in the Bingham/Nottingham area.
Descendants of James Stokes, 1764-1829.|
|STOKOE||Thank You||Thanks for the Photo, great Work.|
|STOLLERY||As these older gravestones become illegible with weathering it is great to see the details recorded for posterity
Perhaps I am lucky that Suffolk is well covered by this project. |
|STONARD||Thank you so much for sending me the pho||Thank you so much for sending me the photo of Edwin Stonard's grave. He was my grandmother's uncle. This is a marvellous service. I am considering becoming a volunteer.|
|STONE||Thankyou Charles||Thank you so much for the prompt response and the excellent photograph. Efforts such as yours ARE greatly appreciated.
|STONE||RESPONSE||EXCELLENT SERVICE TO BE ENCOURAGED|
|STONE||Thank you very much||Thank you very much for the gravestone of Rev.
George Stone, it is very much appreciated. I can now update my family tree with these new details.|
|STONE||Photograph graves at churches in Whiteparish, Wiltshire||Hoping someone can photograph any gravestones in Whiteparish, Wilsthire with the surname of Stone.|
|STONE||Thank You||Thank you for the image of my several great grandparents' headstone. Living in Australia makes searching in person difficult.|
|STONE||A wonderful resource.||Thank you for sending the pic link, very clear. A great service.|
|STONE||Many thanks||Many thanks for promptly sending the five requested images. I was able to add much more information to my Family Tree.|
|STONE||Feedback||Thank you for your excellent work on gathering photo's of headstones. Your site has helped me a great deal as I have limited mobility to get around the country to look & research.|
|STONE||Thank you||Thank you for a speedy response. I have been able to confirm a family connection to Henry Stone my 1st cousin 3 times removed, by using the headstone photograph and also the married name of one of his daughters, which had eluded me.|
|STONEY||Feedback||What an absolute fantastic resource for all wil an interest in genealogy. One that I will be visiting again, and one that I will contribute to in the future.|
|STONEY||Good service with happy result||Thank you for your quick and effective service in providing a photo of James Butler Stoney's gravestone. Much appreciated. Thank you.|
|STORER||Help Please||Hello Charles
I requested a copy of the headstone for John Storer which I have not received. The Image number is 9996 and the grave monument 247054. The church is St. Mary’s the Virgin, Whitby, Yorkshire. There is not a thumbnail image of the monument, but I understand that not all thumbnails are displayed at the moment. I have checked my spam. Please can you advise? Thank you. Carol
|STOREY||Grand Father's Grave||Thank you for recording my grand father's grave stone.|
|STORK||Ruth stork||Thank you for sending me the link to see the photo of this grave I have recently found this is the 1st wife of my great grand uncle
|STORKEY||Wonderful Website||It's very rare that someone would give their time and money for free. Thankyou ever so much to Charles and the GPR site for sending me the picture of the gravestone. |
|STORR||Many thanks for your help with my research||Thank you so much for the photos I requested. |
|STORR||Thankyou||Thankyou so much for your help it is very much appreciatted.Carole.|
|STORR||headstone photo||Thank you very much for your response, absolutely delighted with the service and clarity of the picture|
|STORRAR||Janet Storrar headstone photo||Thank you for the speedy reply to my request for the photo. It was very clear and quite easy to read the inscription even though it was very old.
This is a wonderful website and I look forward to finding more ancestors. As I am in the Middle East, I cannot go to relevant churchyards!
|STORRIE||gravestone photo and listing||Thank you for your very prompt and helpful reply. This website is very useful and well presented.|
|STORTZ||Stortz family||Looking for any graves of the Stortz family in the mid 19th to early 20th cent. Areas, Brighton,Manchester, Greater London area.Have beeen searching without sucess for over 5 years.|
|STOTT||19th Century||Thanks Charles for being able to see the headstone of distant ancestors. Wonderful service, much appreciated.|
|STOTT||The reverend Frank Stott||Thank you for your very quick reply, thanks to you I now have Information that I could never find before and I have updated my Tree.|
|STOUGHTON||A great resource - many thanks for helpi||A great resource - many thanks for helping me find a C19 landowner.|
|STOURTON||Charlotte's first name is misspelled in the database||It shows Caharlotte instead of Charlotte Stourton .... more|
|STRACHAN||Thank you||Many thanks for the photo, you provide an extremely thoughtful and kind service, my grateful appreciation.|
|STRACHAN||Simpson / Strachan Tree||Not many things free in this world especially especially services like this - Please, Please keep up the fantastic work|
|STRAFFORD||Gravestone, Clifford Strafford||Thank you so much for this very clear photo. It helps in another link in the family history chain.|
|STRANG||looking for picture of grave||While looking at this site, I tried looking for my cousins grave, which is in High Blantyre cemetery, but could not find it, if anyone has a picture, i would be grateful to receive it. Not far from the grave of Daniel Nicol grave no 245771.|
|STRATFORD-HENNIKER||Family History||Thankyou for making the photograph available. it is much appreciated. |
|STRATTON||Edward Stratton||Thank you Charles for the quick reply to my
request of the photo of Edwards tombstone.
I appreciate it very much.|
|STREATFEILD||genealogy||Thank you for the photo of my ancestors grave. As I continue with my family heritage it is great to be able to find out information which ordinarily wouldnt be available to the public.|
|STREET||Many thanks for all your help||Thank you for your help in finding my grandfathers brothers grave we have been able to put flowers on it for the first time since my grandfather died |
|STREETER||Thanks!||Thank you so much to all those volunteers who enable people like myself to avail ourselves of this great resource. Very much appreciated, especially from people like me who live on the other side of the world.|
|STRIBLEY||thanks for the picture||It was great to see a picture of my Great Grandfathers grave. Thank you|
|STRIDE||Thank you Charles for the headstone phot||Thank you Charles for the headstone photo. I didn't expect to receive it so quickly. Great photo, fantastic website, have passed it on to all my friends researching. I plan on doing other names soon and plan on sending you a donation. Thank you once again. Best wishes, Barbara|
|STRINGER||thank-you||I am most grateful for your help and the further information you have made available to me.
I would dearly love to make contact with any other family members if they see this communication.|
|STRINGFELLOW||Many thanks||Thank you to this most excellent site for providing an image of the gravestone of James Stringfellow.|
|STRONG||Thank you||Thank you for such a great service . It has been a great help in researching my husbands ancestors.|
|STRUTHERS||Thank you||Many thanks, very quick reply and very useful resource to help me with my family research - thank you!|
|STUART||thank you for a great service||I wasn't expecting to find anyone when I searched for the name I was researching but amazingly I did find someone. The response to my request for a photo was quick. Obtaining photos like this is great as it helps to add interest to my family tree...rather than just dates of births, deaths and marriages.
Thanks for a wonderful service. I hope to be able to contribute to the site some time in the future...|
|STUART||David and Henry||This is a fabulous service. Great to have the picture of the beautiful gravestone and gather family information|
|STUBBERFIELD||many thanks||A big thanks for the photo supplied. Your response was very quick and efficient. The photo were very clear and easy to read. Many thanks again for your resource. I have passed your site on to my friends. |
|STUBBINS||Thank you||Excellent reponse to my request. The lettering is not very clear, but that is perhaps not surprising.|
|STUDD||Studd||A wonderful project, I urge everybody to join in!|
|STUDD||Thank you so much for your help, I reall||Thank you so much for your help, I really appreciate it as there is I way I could see the actual grave for myself.|
|STURDY||A big thank you your photograph validate||A big thank you your photograph validates my research.|
|STURGEON||Sturgeon of Stanton, Suffolk||I find this website a continued help for many branches of family tree research; thanks for such a useful resource.|
|STURN||Sturn gravestone||Thanks for providing a great resource and so quickly. Much appreciated. 😊|
|SUDBURY||Robert and Louisa Sudbury||What a wonderful service - I requested details of a great grand uncle and received a photo almost instantly. Thank you very much!|
|SUDRON||Jane Sudron's headstone||Thanks for showing Jane Sudron's headstone.I knew about Jane but didn't know where she was buried.Her husband,Thomas Moore Sudron died in West Hartlepool in 1910.
Once again,many thanks.|
|SUDRON||John H Sudron||Once again,thanks for the photograph and details.This member of the family was unknown to me but gives me a starting point to locate him in my family tree.Once again,many thanks.|
|SUDRON||Researching Sudron family||Thank you so much for this fantastic service, much appreciated.|
|SUFFIELD||Excellent Service!||I really appreciate being able to have photographs of Headstones in the UK, when I live in Australia ~ hopefully I will have time at some stage in the future to maybe help with a few photos taken locally!
Many thanks to the volunteers!
|SULLIVAN||Thank for such a great site.||Thank you so much for such a great website. I have found a distant relative in the Sullivan Family Tree, she is related to members of the Richard Sullivan Family that I have been looking for to fill in blanks. I am related to a different part of the Family Tree and was able to help her with my information. Again this site is the best, thank you Charles Sale for your had work.|
|SULLY||Sully graves are missing||Hi your list does not include my great grandparents Jessie Lillian and Arthur Charles sully, they are very close to my grandfather Arthur nuttall and are very easy to see as you enter the church yard, just wondering why they are not included
|SULLY||A thank you||Today I was easily able to access high quality photos of a family grave on this extensive database. I am very tempted to volunteer and add further information but am trying to resist as I really don't have the time - perhaps in the future. I have seen other, similar databases, but found this one easy to use with the advantage of being able to add more information to help other researchers.
My tree has now extended to the extent that I am researching several hundred surnames.|
|SUMMERHILL||Summerhill family||Many thanks for this helpful and speedily delivered photo.|
|SUMMERS||thank you in advance for requested photo||thank you in advance for requested photos I'm researching summers baker lines from Tamworth/Fazeley area baker is on both sides also Shakespeare |
|SUMMERS||Wheatley War Memorial.||Hi Charles, many thanks for the photo of Richard Summers,received with grateful thanks. A great service for which we are most grateful. Regards David.|
|SUMMERWILL||Gravestone Photo - William Summerwill||Thank you so much!|
|SUMNER||Many thanks||Thank you so much for the image of my great, great, great grandparents gravestone - I didn't know they were buried here until I found it on your site, a very valuable Family History resource.|
|SUMNER||Thanks||Enlarged image solved a problem, many thanks|
|SUNA||Thanks for your help||I stumbled across this site when I was searching for information about my ancestry and found the image of Ronald George Suna, my father. I am impressed by the detail and ease of use of this site and thank you very much for setting it up.|
|SUNDERLAND||Trying to find my cumbrian ancestor||Seeking any information on James SUNDERLAND, born around 1726 (based on age at death), who married Mrgaret CROZIER at Carlisle St Cuthbert on 12 Jun 1757, and died at Beacon Hill, Dalston Parish, Cumbria on 16 Jan 1817 aged 88. Occupation: Tailor
In 1775 he was 1 of 2 churchwardens for Carlisle St. Cuthbert's, Blackwell quarter.
In 1793 he subscribed to 'Poems, with Edwin & Catherine, or The Distressed Lovers, A Tragedy' by Thomas SCOTT, Paisley, published 1793, printed by John Neilson.|
|SUNTER||Great resource||Thank you for providing this very helpful site. It is a great resource for family historians and long might it continue.|
|SURENNE||Surenne Family Gravestone||Thanks you Charles for the massive amount of work you have catalogued and made available for distant researchers like me. I was completely unaware of Gabriel's grave site and that of his wife Sophia and son Daniel Ferdinand. I now have another reason to return to Edinburgh.|
|SURPLICE||Thanks||Charles, thankyou you so much for the photo of Mary,s stone. This is extremely helpful in my research. |
|SUSSEX||Sussex headstone-Old Town Cemetery, Bideford, Devon.||The work you are doing in preserving records of headstones is important. Thank you for this very special form of contribution to the wealth of information now available for family history researchers.|
|SUTER||High Res. Image||Thank you. I was able to read the inscriptions with very little enhancement.|
|SUTHERLAND||SUTHERLAND FAMILY||Thank you Charles, for providing some valuable information on my family. It has helped fill in some of the gaps in my tree. Your efforts are much appreciated.|
|SUTHERLAND||Re: Alexander Sutherland, died 1831 Ref 26634||Unfortunately, this Alexander was not an ancestor of mine, although they were born and died about the same times - and both were occupied by publishing (mine was a bookbinder). This Alexander was: Alexander Sutherland, Author, Editor of the Edinburgh Observer and a Lieutenant in the Forfar Militia. He wrote Tales of a Pilgrim, History of the Knights of Malta and other works. He was born in Edinburgh on 31 Mar 1794, the son of John Sutherland and Janet Adams and died on 30 Jun 1831, age 37. He married Elizabeth Sutherland - the daughter of yet another Alexander Sutherland - and Mary Dallas, on 29 May 1825. They had three daughters: Helen Stuart Sutherland, b. 2 Apr 1826; Mary Elizabeth Sutherland, b. 31 Dec 1828 and Alexandrina Sutherland, b. 2 Jul 1831. The last mentioned born just two days after his death... poor Elizabeth!Regards,Norman Sutherlandnrs3577@gmail.com|
|SUTHERLAND||Unfortunately this person was not relate||Unfortunately this person was not related |
|SUTHERLAND||Welcomed photos||Many thanks for the clear photos they have helped me. Not sure why others would be searching your site it it distresses them?|
|SUTHERLAND||Donald and Annie Sutherland||Thank you for the effort put into this site ( having spent many hours trudging round some graveyards )|
|SUTHERLAND||Thank you for such a wonderful service.||Thank you for such a wonderful service. The photos are brilliant.|
|SUTTLE||Many thanks||Thanks for the images which were very useful and I managed to add a few more cousins to my tree.|
|SUTTLE||Hi Charles, another huge Thank you for c||Hi Charles, another huge Thank you for coming to the rescue with not only information but photograph's of a headstone for a friend we have been helping with her family history. It is unlikely that she will ever travel to the UK to visit the headstone of her GG Grandfather John Suttle. Have a wonderful week... Megan|
|SUTTON||Thanks for the help||Received the BEAUTIFUL photo of my X13 great Grandmother's headstone. I am so very grateful. I volunteer in America for Find-a-Grave and could not believe I could possibly find my relatives in Europe. Thank you so much.|
|SUTTON||Delighted with the service||I found a photo of the gravestone of my great (x4) grandfather on this website and request a copy which I got via email the next day. Very pleased with the information in the photo and grateful for the very quick response.|
|SWABY||Thank you||Many thanks for the photo of Robert Swaby's grave. The site is a great resource for family historians and much appreciated I'm sure by all who use it. The images are very clear and promptly delivered. |
|SWABY||Extremely useful and informative site.||Extremely useful and informative site.|
|SWAINSTON||Fantastic site||The amount of potential information collected by volunteers on this site is truely amazing, Thank you very much for the photo of my ancestors.
|SWALES||enlarged headstone photo||Brilliant. It's a fantastic service, and if I had a camera and legs and feet which were working well I'd love to be able to help. I've recommended your service to several others.|
|SWALES||Richard Swales||Thank you for a most speedy & efficient service. According to the Yorkshire Gazette's report of his death Richard was shepherd to Lord Feversham for 41 years.
Thank you again to all concerned.|
|SWALLOW||Swallows of yorkshire||Thank you for the speedy reply with the photo links. will try to get some photos to add to your project soon.
looking for info on SWALLOWs of Cleckheaton/Birstall/Gomersal/Rotherham
Dysons of Darfield and Little Houghton early 1800's
Sunderlands of Heck/ Goole/ Bradford
Maidstones from anywhere
Thank you |
|SWALWELL||Great resource||Thank you very much for your quick response to my request. Being able to see the gravestone is very useful & has helped with my family tree research. Fab resource|
|SWAN||This is a terrific site. Thanks to you and your volunteers for all your hard work||I found your site and out of interest checked on my grandparents Thomas McCulloch Swan & Mary Baxter. I knew their grave was there and I already have a photograph of it but thanks to your site I also found the year of death for 2 of his brothers 1 of his sisters and a nephew.|
Could I express my appreciation for the time, effort, energy and dedication in furthering family research that is obviously behind making this wonderful photographic resource available to the rest of us 'seekers'. As you know many of us are worlds away from being able to 'walk the ground' and the opportunity to have access to this type of pictorial evidence is an amazing gift. Thank you again for your dedication
|SWAN||Thank you||Thank you for this site, you have given me the key to open up a whole new side of my family. Many thanks.|
|SWANSON||Thank You!||Very many thanks for this service - invaluable help in family history research.|
|SWANSTON||Swanston||Many thanks, this has been very helpful|
|SWEENEY||George Richard Sweeney||myrequest for the details of the grave were dealt with promptly and efficiently. Thank you|
|SWEENEY||.||Thank you for this wonderful service. I really appreciate your help|
|SWENY||Nores re a grave||Rev. Eugene Sweny was my 1st cousin x3 removed. I have visited his grave and note his son Shapland is buried next to him. Shapland died aged 12yrs. The graves are in need of tidying up and I have made a request - to the Church Warden - to be able to do so but not received a reply.|
|SWIFT||Medjez-e-Bab War Cemetery in Tunisia||I am clearing out my aunt's photo albums and I have a photo of two graves in Medjez-e-Bab cemetery that she took while on a trip to Tunisia. One is for Flying Officer G.F.Glenwright -pilot Royal Canadian Airforce - died December 28th 1947 aged 22. The second is Corporal M. Swift-Royal Air Force - died 1st January 1943 aged 21. If anyone would like a copy of the photo let me know and I will be happy to scan it for you, along with the signpost to the cemetery.|
|SWINBURN||George Swinburn - ref 388324||I believe his date of death was January (possibly 2nd) 1889 and that he was baptised 18 Jul 1824 in Lamesley, the son of Robert and Isabella Swinburn.|
|SWINBURNE||Gravestone Photographs||Thank you for your fast response to my request.
I was very pleased to receive the excellent gravestone photographs with clear monumental inscriptions.|
|SWITHENBANK||Rev Seth Swithenbank||Thank you for the JPGs They have been very useful and I have found things out about Seth that I did not know. James however was Seths father Born 1929 Died 1899. |
|SWITHENBANK||Nab Wood Cemetery, Shipley, Yorks||Nab Wood is quite a large cemetery. Is there any information available for the graves there please?|
|SYER||Syer||Thanks v much for providing this invaluable service, Charles.
Looking for relatives of Francis Sire (1812-1886) who was a convict guard sent to Australia (colonies).|
|SYKES||SYKES AND MONAGHAN||Unfortunately,none of the 3 replies had an attachment of the photo|
|SYMMONDS||absolutly brilliant||i am very very pleased with tjis site it has helped me fll a rather large gap in my research thank you very much john|
|SYMNS||Photograph request||Many thanks to the person that took this picture and posted it onto this site - much apprecaited. Would it ok to post this image to my ancestry family tree online and credit the gravestonephotos web site please.
|WARD||Thanks||Thanks for this image and all the images you hold on your site, they are especially useful for people who are not in the UK to continue their research.|
|WATSON||John George Watson||Thank you for the MI . It was lovely to find John G, his wife Minnie and son also John G.
Watson is a difficult name to research but any help is gratefully received. Thanks again|