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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback||submitted||num|
|DRON||Thank You||Thank you again for sending me a picture of an ancestor's gravestone. This is very much appreciated. Kind Regards, M K Smith||17/03/2020||10535|
|HOOKER||Thank You||This is a fantastic resource
|PETERS||Very useful||It's great to have this resource to use and find gravestones. Getting to see the picture is very simple.
Thanks Very Much!||14/03/2020||10533|
|Thank you so much||I sure appreciate your website and all the work and efforts. It has been very helpful in researching my UK ancestry. It also provides a way to honour those from my past and see where their journey ends. Especially helpful as I live in Canada. Very grateful, Cathy.||13/03/2020||10532|
|LOCK||Angela||Thank you for all of the work you have done to help us connect with our history. It is greatly appreciated.
|JONES||Many thanks for the copy image. You assi||Many thanks for the copy image. You assistance is very much appreciated||07/03/2020||10530|
|PENN||Feedback||Thank you for this service. The image received if very good.||06/03/2020||10529|
|HOWELLS||Thank you for the image, it was very hel||Thank you for the image, it was very helpful.||04/03/2020||10528|
|PEARSON||trying to find my grandmothers grave||if anyone knows of a June Pearson born 1942 died 1974 i would like to know if there is other family members about , she had a spouse called george lockett my grandfather but don't know if they were married or not, fulfilling my ancestry research . thanks ||28/02/2020||10527|
|ELDER||Thank you!||Thank you for your work! I am reasearhing my family tree, at preasent the maternal line. I wished to see if the John Elder was the nephew of my G G Grandmother Isabella Cook (nee Paterson) born Leslie, Fife, Scotland. I believe it is. I have a letter from his younger sister Isabella Elder in Swaziland which mentions her brother's death on 27th March 1923. The family moved to Berkshire from Scotland when John was 8yrs old or younger.
Not sure yet about Elizabeth. I have not checked marriages. His mother was an Elizabeth (nee Paterson), but died and was buried in Swaziland a few months after John died. This has been a great help. Thanks Christine Smith.||27/02/2020||10526|
|PAIN||Ann Pain 1782-1862||Ann's maiden name was Martin, prior to her marriage to Joseph Pain||25/02/2020||10523|
|HOLDEN||children||would like to find children of lily may holden for family tree||25/02/2020||10525|
|BROWNSEY||Not included||The gravestone of Charles Levi Brownsey is not included in the list on this site at St Decuman's, Watchet, Somerset. The gravestone is certainly there--I have a photograph of it.||25/02/2020||10524|
|LAIMBEER||Jane Laimbeer||Maiden name is Jane LUGG||23/02/2020||10522|
|ROGERS||Thank you||Thank you so much for the excellent photo of the gravestone of Basil Leonard ROGERS. He was a Bedfordshire man and I didn't expect to find him in Yorkshire - but he was a cricketer, so that might explain it :-)||19/02/2020||10521|
|BRADLEY / POTTS||Thanks||Many thanks for all your help over the last few weeks||12/02/2020||10520|
|CASTLE||Graves of Birth Family||Thankyou for posting photos of these graves, my birth family, in Arnos Grove, Bristol. It means so much to finally find them.||09/02/2020||10519|
|MARSDEN||Thanks||Your website has gotten better than ever. Wish I could help, but being in the USA it's not possible. Thanks for all the work you do keeping it up-to-date! ||08/02/2020||10518|
|DAVISON||Breadcrumb Trail||I'm sorry, but I couldn't find the grave I was looking for using this system. The person I am searching for is William Davison.||08/02/2020||10517|
|BUTTON||Thank you||Thank you for your great website, from Canada it is great to be able to search, probably will not make another trip over to England.So this is a gem.
I know how much time and effort to achieve such great info as I worked on our cemetery committee for BC genealogy Society still a volunteer at meetings ! All the best Mary||07/02/2020||10516|
|COLLINS||A great service||Have used this service more than once and find it extremely useful. Am wondering whether it extends to cemeteries in Ireland as many of my relatives are buried there. .... more||05/02/2020||10515|
|MILLINGTON||Thank you||Thank you for having yet another photogrpah of a gravestone of my family - it's great!||05/02/2020||10514|
|BLAIKLEY||incorrect information||My aunt Mary Mclauchlin Blaikley. You have the family name as Mclaughlin. It was not. That is her given middle name. She had her mother's maiden name (because she was born out of wedlock) is Blaikley.
My grandmother,and her mom, was Elizabeth Blaikley.
Thank you. ||02/02/2020||10513|
|MARSDEN||Ann||Looking for the grave stone of Ann Marsden, died 1844, buried at St Elphins church in Warrington. Many of the old grave stones were saved and placed around the church as walkways. I would be so grateful if someone could find her stone and take a photo of it! Her son William was also buried there in 1847. He may be on her stone or have his own stone. Ann's husband was William Leak Marsden. I am in the USA so thank you to anyone who can help.||02/02/2020||10512|
|HEWITT||Many thanks||Many thanks for finding the gravestone of the parents of one of the WW1 soldiers I was researching. Just need to find the soldier's gravestone next. Just in case anyone can help, his name is Gunner James Louis Hewitt. He was in the Royal Field Artillery Reg no. 94366. He fought and was wounded in France. Fortunately he survived. He was born in Kirkbymoorside on 4 October 1895 - son of James Simpson Hewitt and Francis Hewitt (nee Smith). HE DIED IN SCARBOROUGH IN 1981. THANKS FOR LOOKING||29/01/2020||10511|
|LINDOW||Martha not buried with James||https://www.gravestonephotos.com/public/gravedetails.php?grave=392535
FYI, Martha Lindow emigrated to the USA after James' death. She died in Chicago in 1946:
7 Oct 1946 in Chicago Cook County Illinois USA
Her name does appear on the gravestone in the North cemetery with no dates. ||26/01/2020||10510|
|POTTS||Bertha Potts||Thank you for supplying this service. I found that Bertha Potts (nee Crane) died and was buried in Australia. Her husband Joseph Amos is mentioned on the headstone though he died in England. ||23/01/2020||10509|
|DICKINSON||High resolution images of gravestones||Thank you so much for this wonderful resource. It was helpful because the grave markers confirmed the birth and death dates and allowed me to connect family members in their Find a Grave memorials.||22/01/2020||10508|
|KAY STEPHEN||Thank you||Thank you for the photos, incredibly helpful as a person just can not get them themselves being oceans away.||22/01/2020||10507|
|EASTON||Excellent service||A fabulous service. Really quick and the quality of images is great. It has definitely helped in my research.||19/01/2020||10506|
|THOMAS MCCULLOCH SWAN||Thank You||I see from your site that someone else is researching my family. I've sent a message and I'm now hoping they will contact me.||18/01/2020||10505|
|HOPE.||Finding location of my aunt's grave.||Just wondering if you could help me?
I am trying to find the location of my aunt's grave.
Her maiden name was Mary Hegarty. Her married name was Mary Hope. Her husband's first name was Harry.
Mary died in 1963. Harry died a few years later. I would really love to know where they are buried. They lived in Surrey, England.
Part of their address was Worcester Park so I think maybe the grave yard might be in that vicinity....but not sure of this.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this!||17/01/2020||10503|
|MITCHELL||Thank you||Thank you so much for sending the photo of Robert Mitchell's grave. It is rather a long way from Cheshire to Heighington, but I have started to collect as many photos of the family graves as I can - they somehow give you even more of a connection to your ancestors.||17/01/2020||10504|
|APPLEBY||Farnley Area. Corn Millers||What a wonderful resource this is and it has helped unlock several avenues of research. If anyone has info on the Appleby Family in Farnley area we’d be most interested. Happy Hunting to you all. ||16/01/2020||10502|
|DANIELL||Rev. William Daniell||Thank you very much for your prompt reply; this is a wonderful service. For a family history researcher like me this is invaluable.||15/01/2020||10501|
|KEER||Thank you||Thank you.
Living in Canada I really appreciate this service.||14/01/2020||10500|
|AMUNSDEN||Grave||Olive Mavis Amunsden
Thank you for locating my Great Grandmothers burial site and stone
|C W CARR||Dates and names||C W Carr is Clive William Carr
Birth date is 26 March 1920||09/01/2020||10498|
|Thanks||I want to thanks all the amazing people who collect & index all the gravestones ect and all the staff at the Project for a brilliant service. As a family genealogist I have been able to add images & info on my family trees. Happy new year to all!||07/01/2020||10497|
|CRERAR||CRERAR||Very helpful. Thank you so much for the great service, a fantastic help for genealogists.||06/01/2020||10496|
|CLAYPOLE||Thanks for photo||Great service as ever.||01/01/2020||10495|
|PYBUS||Thanks||Many thanks for providing the resource, it is proving very useful in filling in the gaps in our research and saves a lot of leg work. (And to show how topical it is, it will be saving a lot of CO2 by preventing the need to drive round the country so much so is better for the planet)||26/12/2019||10494|
|SANDBACH||William Lacy Sandbach||William Lacy Sandbach||24/12/2019||10493|
|CORMACK||An Excellent Response To My Request||Re: Elizabeth MacKenzie Cormack (1930-1987). Many thanks to Charles and the person who took the photo which is beautifully sharp. An excellent response to my request-it is very much appreciated.||16/12/2019||10492|
|ABBOTT||Samuel Abbott||Thanks !||15/12/2019||10491|
|TIZZARD||Great Service||My requested image was ready within minutes. Fantastis service as usual. Many thanks.||14/12/2019||10490|
|LEIGHTON||Very good||Once again thank you Charles for the efficient service, the quality of the photograph was excellent.
|FABLING||An invaluable resource!||Thank you so much! The photographs of the gravestones for the Fabling family in Stapleford and Twyford, Leicestershire have been so helpful in allowing me to trace this branch of the family's history. I wouldn't have had the time to travel there myself, so the resource has been so helpful.||08/12/2019||10488|
|BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANN||Very useful||Very useful information gained from the gravestone||30/11/2019||10486|
|MEDFORTH||Mant Thanks||A wonderful resource with information not available elsewhere.||29/11/2019||10485|