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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback|
|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.
|DANIELS||Headstone||Brilliant resource, very useful and a very quick response to inquires. Will use again! Thanks very much.|
|THURSTON||Thurston - Minden Cemetery, Minden, Ontario, Canada||Hello Charles,
Thank you very much indeed for so readily sharing your image of Sidney Dick Thurston's commemorative plaque - tis greatly appreciated.
Regards and with appreciation,
|JAMES||Invaluable service||Many thanks for your help. Brilliant service, especially for those living some distance from ancestors' final resting places.|
|CHANDLER||Harry Percy Chandler||Thank you Charles for the speedy reply to my request for a copy of the memorial headstone of Private Harry Percy Chandler for my family tree.
Sadly he passed away very young serving his country to make the world a better place. I appreciate your dedication and time to help other people to achieve what they are looking for to complete their family trees. I have added information that I have regarding him on the edit function. Thank you for all the links you have supplied I will look at them tomorrow and download a copy of the memorial for my tree. regards Robyn from Australia.|
|JONES||DRYHURST JONES - Many thanks||An excellent service which has helped in my research into my family history|
|GOSLING||Family tree||Brilliant site will definitely use again, thanks Charles|
|JEWELL||Samuel Jewell's Gravestone||Many thanks for the photo. It's most appreciated as it gives details that i would not have had if people like yourself didn't take the photos in the first place. Keep up the good work.|
|STIFFELL||Headstone Request||Many thanks for your help in viewing the headstone it is a great help in my research|
|CHAPPELL||Excellent||Excellent resource, well done!|
|HILL||Elizabeth Hill (1833-1888), daughter of Alexander Hill (1785-1867). Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh.||Thank you for the image of Elizabeth Hill (1833-1888), daughter of Alexander Hill (1785-1867). Great to see the inscription is still legible|
|THOMPSON||Great Site for Information||Brilliant site to gain additional information. Will be using again. Thanks.|
|SLEIGHTHOLME||Thank you||Thank you Charles - I really appreciate the time and work you dedicate to this resource.|
|BETHELL||Grave photo||Thanks for the photo of Susanna and Robert Ayton |
|GLASSPOOLE||Images Received||Images for Henry & Sarah Glasspoole received, with thanks|
|ROGERS||Uncle Henry and Auntie Lena||Great high-res image of the plot in St Keverne churchyard. Much appreciated.|
|Lanchester Churchyard||Thank you so much. I have just found the Photos from Lanchester Churchyard and they are of an extremely good quality.|
|Mary Ann Mallaby||Many thanks again Charles and team. The website is extremely helpful and easy to use.|
|CUTTER||Thank You!||What a fantastic service....thank you very much. You have helped to set me on the way investigating a branch of my family that I know very little about, without the risk of a very long and potentially wasted journey.|
|Baker||Again, superb service.
|CHAPMAN||Picture of grave of Maria Chapman||Thank you so much for sending a copy of this.|
|PYE||Thank you, Mr Sale, for sending the phot||Thank you, Mr Sale, for sending the photo access so promptly. It is very much appreciated. Linda Baker|
|GODDARD||Photo of Headstone||Very interesting and useful to see Grandparents Headstone, saved long distance travelling.I will be using GPR website for more research. |
|Great site||Can't fault this site! Great response to requests to view headstones.|
|AYTON||Gravestone for children of Cockrell and Hannah Readshaw||This is a very useful resource and tanks are owed to Charles Sale for running the site.
The gravestone image is a very useful confirmation of the Readshaw childern in Cockfield. Cockrell Readshaw died in 1806 and appears to have been buried in Hamsterley. Any further details would be welcomed. |
|Response to email||I received the image when I requested it; your retrieval system is easy to follow. The possible ancestor (Ogden, William Lambert) turned out to be an infant grandson. BTW, unique and interesting User validation.|
|POTTS||Thank you||Thank you for the quick response in providing a larger picture of what I believe is my grandmothers grave stone.
This is a great service and must take an tremendous effort to run.
|PATTERSON||Peter and Mary Patterson||This site was really helpful - they had good quality photographs of the gravestones of my 3-Great grandparents, Peter Patterson and his wife Mary (nee Neal).|
|BAKEWELL||John Edward, wife Martha and 6 yr old son Charles William Bakewell.||A very useful and helpful resource. Thank you for your work|
|DOUGLASS||Research||A valuable source of family history information. Many thanks.
Details of Augustus Douglass (b circa 1829) and his wife Elizabeth who lived in Wales before moving to Middlesbrough still elude me!|
|First time I've used your service. Impre||First time I've used your service. Impressed. Many thanks|
|EDEN||Feedback from a request to view Charlotte Maria North grave monument||Thank you for your very prompt reply to my request. There was no image displayed on the link you sent me, but it did contain the transcription of what was on the monument which was extremely helpful. I would love to see the image if possible though. Despite not being able to view the image this time, I would like to say what a fantastic resource you provide. .... more|
|TAGG||Thanks heaps||This is a great site! Very helpful to family researchers who live too far away from where they need to search. I appreciate all the work the volunteers do and hope to volunteer one day too.|
|KNOX||John Knox & Mary Ann Allison||A very useful and great site. Hope to find out more about my ancestors|
|NIXON||NIXON GALLAGHER FINLAY||Thanks for all the work and research you so generously provide to others. |
|HARRISON||Crathorne gravestone||Thank you for your prompt reply. Unfortunately the headstone does not refer to Susan Harrison's maiden name, grateful for your help. |
|ALDRED||Daniel and Alice Aldred||Excellent resource. I live over 200 miles away so was good to see my grandparents grave. Thanks|
|HEYWARD||Thank you||Charles, the service you provide with this online resource is an essential one. I will be recommending this to all engaging in ancestral searches online.
Thanks for you prompt response for my specific image requests.
Please keep up this wonderful work.|
|CHAFFER||Thanks||Your efficient service in providing an enlarged image of Geoffrey Albert Chaffer's grave was appreciated.|
|LUSBY||Eliza J Lusby Maria E.Squire||I can't thank you enough for such a prompt response to my request! Not only did I get the photo I required- through sending a message via your website to another person who requested the same image, I am already in contact with a distant relative in Australia! I will be looking up further graves in the future and am happy to make a donation. Thank you again!|
|Thanks||This site is a treasure trove. Thanks for making all these images available.|
|FRASER||Another result!||Great site, great effort by those involved. Thanks|
|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|
|SCOTT||Thanks for the Photographic Resource||Many, many thanks, Charles, once again for coming up trumps on the Alberton graveyard in Gippsland, Victoria.
|GARDNER||MANY THANKS||Many thanks indeed for such a wonderful and speedy service. I'm sure I speak for others when I say we are so very grateful for the time and effort put-into this project - much-obliged. Researching James Gardner, of Milton-next-Gravesend, Kent.|
|In appreciation||Thank you for making this information available online and also to those who are taking photos of headstones at cemeteries across the world. It is invaluable for people researching family especially from a distance. |
|MORTON||Appreciation||Many thanks for this great resource. Much appreciated.|
|WRIGHT||Family Tree||Thank you very much for providing this information|
|ASHTON||Thank you!||Thank you!|
|HUNTER||Thank you for your hard work. Living in||Thank you for your hard work. Living in Canada sites like this one are very helpful.|