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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
CANEYThank youMany thanks for the prompt response to my request with regard to viewing a better image of my grandmother's memorial stone. Esther Margaret Caney.

11/05/202010553
TODmany thanksThank you for your kind and prompt response. This is an excellent site, particularly as it is volunteer-driven, and I applaud you for your vital work.

10/05/202010552
NEWMANA big thank youThanks again for a wonderful research resource. Sometimes it’s easier to work your way backwards from a cemetery plot when you’re researching your Family history and this has proved indispensable in my research as I said before much appreciation to those that keep the site running. One piece of feedback I’m not sure how practical it is given the the age of the site. Many of the images of the gravestones are at a fairly low resolution so it is hard to pick up details on the grave stone. .... more

07/05/202010551
COLLINSJohn Lucas Collins GravestoneFound picture of John Lucas Collins gravestone on your website. Many thanks for posting and your tireless work is very much appreciated!

04/05/202010550
BRISTOJeremiah and Margaret BristoThankyou to Charles and GPR Volunteers for their efforts in saving family history,allowing people like myself to view their family history from the far side of the world.

03/05/202010547
BAINBRIDGEArthur BainbridgeMany thanks for your hard work. much appreciated

03/05/202010549
BAINBRIDGERobert Robinson BainbridgeMany thanks for this very useful facility

03/05/202010548
BALDWINHoward & Elizabeth BaldwinIt is with much appreciation to Charles and GPR Volunteers to enable genealogy research in it's accuracy and purity, without the expense and the doubt, allowing a window to a family event which took place 173 years ago,my 3 x Great Grandparents loss of their daughter.

01/05/202010546
HUGHESConfusingI find your website very confusing. Not at all easy to understand

29/04/202010545
PROCTORCannot find my uncleI know my uncle, Thomas Ward Proctor, lived in Weymouth and died in 1973. I cannot find any information about him at all. I would be interested in date of death or a photo of his gravestone please. Thank you!

27/04/202010544
GOODEllen Good - Quambatook CemeteryDear Reader, the indexed date for this burial is 1956. However, in the description, it says that she is from Longford county: the problem is that these two pieces of information do not match. I have downloaded the picture, but it is not clear enough to be able to read. I do however, have a description of what is written on the gravestone, and there are no other people of the same name in the cemetery. It will e irresponsible of me to just put two n' two together, without determining the facts first.

26/04/202010543
REDGRAVEFamily surnameHi, the family name of Ann Bray Redgrave was Salter. The Bray was her grandmother,Mary's maiden name. Her fathr was Thomas Salter. Annwas born 31 Mar 1811, St Michael Bassishaw, London.My great-great-great grandmother was Dorothy Bray(Salter) Contencin, Ann's aunt. Regards, Lee (Tasmania, Australia)

11/04/202010542
AMBLERThanksMany thanks for the sterling work you're doing especially at this trying time.

27/03/202010541
ANDERSONMany thanks for enabling me to see the iMany thanks for enabling me to see the image of the gravestone. I appreciate the kindness and work involved.

25/03/202010540
PURCHASEThank youThank you for providing the photo of Horace Wilfred Purchase, you do a great service for people who can't get out and about.

23/03/202010539
BROADFamily HistoryThank you so much for furnishing this source of being able to find family members. This site makes family research so much easier and exciting. I was able to find the image of my 2x's great grandparents. Thank you again for your time and efforts to make this possible.

21/03/202010538
Excellent so farThis has been a real help, but I think there should be links to other sites where photos can be found. For example: theus.org.uk/category/find-grave scottishjewishcemeteries.org/search.html Of course,it would be wonderful if more graves could be photographed. The one I found Sylvia Bellman in had only been 10% photographed.

20/03/202010536
SMITHBramley St Peter Many thanks for the photo of ancestor Mark Smith. It's really helpful.

20/03/202010537
DRONThank YouThank you again for sending me a picture of an ancestor's gravestone. This is very much appreciated. Kind Regards, M K Smith

17/03/202010535
HOOKERThank YouThis is a fantastic resource Thank you

16/03/202010534
PETERSVery usefulIt's great to have this resource to use and find gravestones. Getting to see the picture is very simple. Thanks Very Much!

14/03/202010533
Thank you so muchI 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.

13/03/202010532
LOCKAngelaThank you for all of the work you have done to help us connect with our history. It is greatly appreciated. Edmonton, Alberta

11/03/202010531
JONESMany thanks for the copy image. You assiMany thanks for the copy image. You assistance is very much appreciated

07/03/202010530
PENNFeedbackThank you for this service. The image received if very good.

06/03/202010529
HOWELLSThank you for the image, it was very helThank you for the image, it was very helpful.

04/03/202010528
PEARSONtrying to find my grandmothers graveif 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

28/02/202010527
ELDERThank 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.

27/02/202010526
PAINAnn Pain 1782-1862Ann's maiden name was Martin, prior to her marriage to Joseph Pain

25/02/202010523
HOLDENchildrenwould like to find children of lily may holden for family tree

25/02/202010525
BROWNSEYNot includedThe 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.

25/02/202010524
LAIMBEERJane LaimbeerMaiden name is Jane LUGG

23/02/202010522
ROGERSThank youThank 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 :-)

19/02/202010521
BRADLEY / POTTSThanksMany thanks for all your help over the last few weeks

12/02/202010520
CASTLEGraves of Birth FamilyThankyou for posting photos of these graves, my birth family, in Arnos Grove, Bristol. It means so much to finally find them.

09/02/202010519
MARSDENThanksYour 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!

08/02/202010518
DAVISONBreadcrumb TrailI'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.

08/02/202010517
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

07/02/202010516
COLLINSA great serviceHave 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

05/02/202010515
MILLINGTONThank youThank you for having yet another photogrpah of a gravestone of my family - it's great!

05/02/202010514
BLAIKLEYincorrect informationMy 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.

02/02/202010513
MARSDENAnnLooking 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.

02/02/202010512
HEWITTMany thanksMany 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

29/01/202010511
LINDOWMartha not buried with Jameshttps://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.

26/01/202010510
POTTSBertha PottsThank 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.

23/01/202010509
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.

22/01/202010508
KAY STEPHENThank youThank you for the photos, incredibly helpful as a person just can not get them themselves being oceans away.

22/01/202010507
EASTONExcellent serviceA fabulous service. Really quick and the quality of images is great. It has definitely helped in my research.

19/01/202010506
THOMAS MCCULLOCH SWANThank YouI 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.

18/01/202010505
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!

17/01/202010503


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