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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANNThanks!Very useful information gained from the gravestone

FLETCHERfamilySusan Nethersole Fletcher, gravestone no 757934, is mother to Edward Travers Fletcher

LAINGThank youThank you to GPR for a super resource. Your painstaking work is much appreciated. I will continue to explore as I'm sure there are other gems to be discovered! I have already found one (in another name).

NEVILLEBessie NevilleThank you for your help on this gravestone

TAYLORAppreciationThank you for providing the images. I will be researching other surnames and this has been helpful.

BORTHWICKHugh BorthwickThank you to all volunteers for this site. It's invaluable!

RIXThanksJust to say thanks for all the work you have done. Kind regards

HOPEI can't find the imagesI can't find the images I am told I have satisfactorily requested so must be looking in the wrong place. Can you assist please? .... more

CATTERICKThank youJust to say thank you for the photos you have made available. It is greatly appreciated and the quick response was unbelievable. Thanks again.

CATTERICKCatterick family & Thank youJust to say a big thank you for all the work you do. The photos were really helpful and gratefully appreciated.

LEARMONTThank youI am researching this family name as it was through marriage. What a great suprise it was to me to see all the names and dates right there. Thank you to whoever put this together.

SHENTONSHENTON, HAWKRIDGE, MCKIM, ETC : Thank youAs a volunteer for, I know of the time and effort that is put in to photograph headstones - and it all comes from the heart!! I live in the US and have found quite a few of my UK ancestor's headstones through GPR because of your work. Very very much appreciated!

STEELEExcellentThis is an excellent resource, with high quality images and super service.

KNIGHTAppreciationI really appreciate all the work you've put in to this site - many thanks for sharing it.

WOODRUFFAnother piece of the jigsaw foundI have used this website quite a few times now. I’m really pleased that this website is available and helping me in my family research. I would highly recommend it. Many thanks

WELLSA valuable resource: WALTER WELLSThanks to all involved for a great website; I found the memorial I sought, which I had not found elsewhere, including the pay-to-view sites. Keep up the excellent work.

PEARTExcellent site.The request was made on behalf of a distant relative named Sheri Daniels who lives in the USA and is researching her family tree.. She was delighted that someone had taken the time to photograph the headstones in local churches and cemeteries and she really appreciated the photograph of her ancestors headstone.

Such a useful resource, thank you so mucSuch a useful resource, thank you so much for a great website.

SpellingDear GPR This is a great resource but please note that All Saints Farnborough is actually at FARMBOROUGH. It is spelt with an 'M' not an 'N' .... more

SETTLEThanks very much to GPR - I’m researchThanks very much to GPR - I’m researching my family tree and this is a really useful service. Much appreciated.

THOBURN Cha? Thorburn listing correction and info: ThoburnThe name on the gravestone is “Rachael wife of John Thoburn”. She was recorded in the 1841 census for South Tanfield along with her husband. I do not know what month the census was taken, but she evidently died the same year. John Thoburn remarried in 1842 to Elizabeth Smith, whose family lived in the next dwelling. The Thoburns and at least a couple of the Smith family immigrated to Johnstown, PA, USA in 1853.

GOODWINPercy Alfred GoodwinThanks so much for the photo of Percy & his wife's gravestone - and thanks for the quick reply, it's much appreciated.

MITCHELLFEEDBACKThank you so much for your copy of photo. I was able to get so many dates and now will follow-up with Local Histroy at the Library. I live in Sydney Australia so your service is invaluable to me, thanks once again >>> Christine

LACEYRobert LaceyThank you for such a wonderful resource. I appreciate all the work that has gone into it.

FRAMINGHAMthanksYet again you have come across trumps with information as to what happened to my ancestors. I don't know what we would do without all these photographs that give us these little clues we need to sort out our ancestors. Thank you very much

POTTERPotter/Lynas headstone, RedcarThank you so much for sending photos of the Capt. William Lynas and Ann Potter memorial!!

NICHOLSONImage RequestI have just requested an enlarged image, and was amazed and delighted to receive an instant link. The quality and clarity of the image is brilliant, and I was able to see the names of my 5 x Great grandparents John and Hannah Nicholson and their family. Many thanks to all involved in such a fantastic project - it's much appreciated!

WAITGrateful thanksThank you for the images which have given further avenues for research. A superb resource site.

Thanks for imagesThank you for the images I requested they clear to read. Great.

FAEDDean G Stone Janes & Mary FaedMany thanks for the photo of their gravestone. Donation to follow Susan

MULLENDERCatherine Mullender gravestone, Pakefield, SuffolkMany thanks for the image of Catherine Mullender, wife of Emanuel. They were my husband's 3 x great grandparents. I would love to hear from anyone else researching the Mullenders. My mother-in-law believed that they came from Holland originally but I have not yet been able to verify this.

Thank you very much for this site and thThank you very much for this site and the photos!!!

ELLERBYThank youI would like to thank you for forwarding me pictures of the Ellerby family from Ulceby. I have only just come across the name in my family tree so I found the pics a great help. Lesley Airey

WIGGINSWiggins, Lumley, MorleyI'm researching LUMLEY's WIGGINS, MORLEY's of Yorkshire's area

PALMERThanksThanks for the prompt photo, that I requested. I am researching the Burrows family from Derbyshire. Miriam Palmer's maiden name was Burrows. Thanks again, Dale

LINDSAYThank youThis is my first time on this valuable site. Thank you to the volunteers who have worked to provide such a great service especially to those overseas people seeking family links to the 'Old Country'.

WHITEThanks for the photoExcellent website for genealogists. Thanks to Charles and all the volunteers

PALMERConflation of two individuals named John PalmerMonument to Mary Bathurst in Bishops Lydeard, listed as 541734 & 530620 (I believe this is a duplication) The monument mentions Dr John Palmer, Warden of All Souls, first husband of Mary Bathurst. The monument also commemorates John Palmer esq., son of Mary and Dr John Palmer. It is the son's death gate that is given as March 15th 1689.

WITHEYJohn Ralph WitheyThe first grave in the churchyard belongs to my first cousin named above. Sadly he died at the age of just one year ( not 47 as stated).

HASLEWOODEliminationThank you for the enlarged image, unfortunately for me it has proved not to be the person connected to the HASLEWOODS.

MOOREThanksThis is a great resource. Thank you for your generous time and dedication.

SCOTTSCOTT & OFFICEThis resource has been very useful in giving further information in my family tree research into a distant cousin Mary Anne Scott and her husband William Robert Office

GRANTHAMMonumentThank you so much for the very clear photograph of my relatives monument. I have another interesting lead to follow up. I appreciated the quick response to my request too. This is a very good resource.

Thank you for the photo of the headstoneThank you for the photo of the headstones for Henry and Edna Rosie Great job you are doing

PALLANTGravestoneThank you for your quick response showing a photo of the headstone of William Pallant which was very useful. Very much appreciated.

TETLEYWrong details Further to my comments about the names on the gravestone of my grandfather Clarence Tetley, and the correct name of his wife. I since learned that Jane, one of my grandmother's sisters was also buried in the same grave, hence the confusion. Clara died in 1977, and Jane about 1988. Her proper name was Margaret Jane Tayler/Taylor, and she never married.

Thank You!Many thanks for this great resource!

TURNBULLgrave photothank you for providing such a great service

ANDERSONAnderson/ Buchan family Edinburgh and LothiansAfter a long search I found your site and wish to thank you so much for sending photos of my forebears graves. My next step is to visit the Cemetary and pay my respects.

SEALFamily tree researchI am researching the Seal family who lived in Kensington.


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