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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
STANDBRIDGE~Headstone photograph~Sincerely appreciate the kind effort of Mr Willis in photographing the grave site of Thomas H Standbridge.

03/01/20176823
MACQUAKERYour WebsiteWhat a fabulous website! Wonderful resources. Thank you for all the hard work you do. It truly is amazing and so very much appreciated.

08/03/20177163
HASTINGSYOUR WEBSITEThank you so much for the image of the Gravestone of John Sutton Hastings and wives, i think your website is absolutely fantastic!! I am unable to help at the moment as i am only a novice researching my tree at this time but i would indeed like to help in the very near future, if i have anything you would be interested in. Many thanks again. Best Wishes. Jane.

23/04/20133290
CALCOTEYour SiteI'm surprised I just found your site. It contains a wealth of information and will provide invaluable help to my research. Thank You.

22/07/20166143
LOWMAN your sitejust wanted to say I love your site .It , unlike some , is very easy to navigate , and very informative .

04/08/20133535
VEITCHYour ServiceAbsolutely brilliant information and service. Many thanks.

09/10/20144624
YEARDLEYyour servicethe service you provide is great it helps so many people who aren't able to visit to get photos that are important to family history keep up the good work and many thanks hoping to add to this service myself when summer finally arrives. Shaz

29/05/20133371
ENGLANDYOUR SERVICEI cannot believe just how wonderful your service is. All done by volunteers and so very efficient too. I asked for a photo one day and got it the next! I am excited beyond words about your site and what you provide and will be telling all my 'family researcher friends' about it. And will make sure we all donate too. Thank you, thank you. Kind regards. Margaret (nee. Wright)

29/12/20101158
BEALESYour ServiceI think that you are doing a wonderful job for all us genealogy family researchers and look forward to seeing any additional photos for Norfolk cemeteries, perhaps some time in the future from Kennington

14/08/2010601
Your sample chartOn your sample chart you give the village as Great Burton. It should be Great Barton. Suffolk

25/11/20101081
FLEMING Your detailThank you very much for the service you provide to families who are looking up their ancestry. I was so surprised and pleased to find my grandfather and grandmother's inscriptions and even better the photograph of their grave on your website.

16/06/20155075
YOUNGYOUNG/NAISMITHDo you know if the graveyards in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland will be photographed? I am researching my family tree. Andrew Young 1820 - ? married to Margaret Logan, James Young 1786 -? married to Margaret Fourd.Robert Hamilton Naismith 1830 - 1894 married to Agnes Mitchell 1842 - 1915. I live in Mississauga near Toronto Canada if someone needs a photo.

20/01/20143929
YOUNGYOUNG/LOCKHARTThanks to Michelle, who added the photos of Dean Cemetery. It has been a great help!

30/11/20144733
TINDALLYoungMany thanks again. I live on Sunshine Coast, Queensland and our gen. soc. has done all or most of the local cemeteries so can do look ups for anyone.

12/03/20133174
LEWISYOU ARE DOING A GREAT JOB THANK YOU FOR THE PHOTO IT ALSO LET ME FIND OUT WHERE THEY HAD BEEN LIVING THANKS AGAIN

09/04/20165634
YATESYatesI requested an image of a gravestone, and it was promptly done (within 12 hours). I have only just found this site, but will definitely be using it again, and hopefully find graves for more of my relatives. Many thanks for your great service.

13/09/20122825
YARKERYarkerThank you so much for enabling me to locate the graves

13/03/20177194
ww1 soldiers buried at homehi ,I am a moderator on the Manchester regiment and I am helping out the Liverpool pals memorial fund, this site is the best I have come across for finding ww1 graves photos for the soldiers buried at home. great work you do, regards tony rodaway

07/09/20122810
WW1 Plaque, St Ethelberts, Larling, Norfolk.Thank you very much for the image. The church is quite remote & locked so this is very helpful.

06/12/20144744
HUNNEYBELLWW1 Job S (Sydney) Hunnibell died 1.7.1916 France my 4th cousin once removed. WWI plaque St Marys OlHi, i am researching the Hunneybell family tree which has many different spellings. I have traced it to Old Newton and Finningham, Wickham Skeith in suffolk. My tree is public and is on Ancestry UK and Ancestry Australia. Job Sydney Hunnibell b 1895, was the Son of Charles Hunnibell b Old Newton 1871, who was the son of Thomas Honeybald ,1830 Haughley who was the son of Thomas b 1799 Agworth. I have become stuck at the marriage of William Hunniball b1711 aprox Old Newton and Sarah Balls b1712 suffolk? Sarahs Father was Thomas Balls and her mother was Mary but cannot confirm if mothers name was in fact Bayley as some other trees seem to think.Williams father was Charles b1860 Suffolk? died 1753, and his wife was Elizabeth malham b1680 aprox suffolk d 1720. The surname is hunneybell, hunneyball, hunnibald,hunibell, hunniball on different documents. any information anyone can supply on the origin of the name would be great, can only trace it back to 1680. I am in Victoria Australia, but was born in England, i went over for a visit to see the villages/towns, and visit the churches, but my wife was taken ill and we had to cut our visit short. I plan a trip back next year and will try and do some research while i am there. If anyone wants me to check any Australian records etc, i will be happy to help in any way i can. Thanks for letting me use this web site and all the work you do. best regards, Dave Hunneybell.

24/09/20155245
ROBSONWW1 information about Herbert John ROBSONBeing a volunteer at the National Archives in London I have accessed Captain Robson's WW1 service records and have seen a photograph of the 18th century book he found in France. Researchers might want to access information via the Discovery catalogue using reference WO 374/58654.

05/05/20165726
BLAKEWW 1 CasualtiesThanks for the grave stone image.

02/08/20166207
BARNACOATWrong relationship assumption.I was delighted to find the gravestone of my G-G-Grandfather and along side was a female of similar age and with the same surname. I guessed sister or sister-in-law. I was totally wrong. A little more digging and I realized that it was his first wife. What a great site this is.

10/11/20133792
PHILLIPSwrong relationshipOn William Phillips Gravestone(1886-1965) you describe Valerie Phillips as his daughter .She is in fact his sister and my great Aunt

02/11/20144686
RARITYWrong RarityToday I requested an image, but misread the details of the William Rarity on the grave.That William Rarity could well be a relative, since MY William Rarity was also born in Kirkliston. But my gg Grandfathers were born in 1824 and 1855.Regards Doreen Greenhalgh

23/03/20122445
HINEWrong photoThe image of the gravestone you sent me is NOT of William Hine and his wife Emily but of a Frank Greenway and his wife Annie. Disappointing. .... more

17/05/20165772
CLEVLANDWrong photoI wisdhed to see the grave of John Clevbland (1734-1817)

13/02/20144007
LEGGETTWrong person?I think that the grave image 584 isn't the person referred to in the notes. I think she is Violet May Leggett nee Goodswen, born abt 1910 in Hardwick, Norfolk. I think her husband was a relative of my Leggett ancestors, who are mentioned in the notes.

08/07/20144421
BRAGGERwrong name in detailsYou have the wrong male name shown here - Michael Dooley you have .....it should read Michael Bragger and Michelle Dooley.....I am the sister of Michael....thanks .... more

19/07/20144460
WILLMERWrong LocationHi, The following images showing graves are noted in the wrong place their actual positions are in St Peter & St Paul's, Graveyard Tetney and not in the parish cemetary as recorded, I know this because I have seen them at the parish church. The images numbers are as follows: 10276 10235 10277 10237 10356 10234 Regards Stephen

18/02/20144019
MARCHANTWrong link on a couple of imagesHi just to let you know that George Johnson Marchant is listed on grave 372989 instead of 372990 where his name appears on the images. He is the husband of Mary Helena Marchant. There is also a Selina Richardson listed on 372990 which doesn't appear on the images and may be incorrect? .... more

22/01/20176922
BURTONWrong informationLooking at st Mary Magdalene church, Broughton in Furness. This is in Cumbria. england, not Cumberland. Before boundary changes it was in Lancashire not Cumberland

16/07/20133492
LAITwrong first name transcribed.GPR Grave # 379490, image name 2821, is listed as Arnold Grafton LAIT and it is actually Harold Grafton LAIT written on the headstone.

07/03/20154914
GISHFORD wrong detailsI am writing about Edward Thomas Gishford. So happy to see this site but there are a couple of details not correct. I am his daughter (not unknown) John is my husband (Not son) Cheryl is only daughter in law (not daughter) Can this be fixed please. Thanks Sharyl .... more

06/08/20144502
FEATHERSTONEWrong date of burialThe burial of Herbert Henry Featherstone at Collingham was in 1965 not 1968. .... more

14/09/20111894
FELLINGHAMWrong date of birthRe JOYCE DOREEN FELLINGHAM. Correct year of birth is 1926. ( My Mother)

14/07/20133482
WRIGHTSONWrightson/Cosgrove familyBrilliant, quick service, this enhanced picture of the gravestone has helped with dates for my research, and helped place this family member. What a great site, will be using it more often. Thanks for a prompt service.

13/09/20122826
WRIGHTSONWrightson Little Ouseburn GravesThank you very much for the photographs. Such prompt service and very much appreciated.

22/01/20165450
WRIGHTWRIGHT/YOUNGSWhat a great help this site is, so glad I found it. Received information the very next day, Thank you so much keep up the good work :)

12/11/20155329
Wrexham area cemetry photographyIf anyone needs any photos taken of any graves in the Wrexham area which aren't already on the web site I am happy to do them for you and then submit via this website

12/09/20133637
BOARERWow! What an amazing service. ThanksVery, very helpful. Many Thanks

07/02/20177008
WESTERBURYWOW! thank you for the work you so in photographing headstones. When I saw the photo I was blown away as I did not know the headstone existed of my maternal uncle. I also noted a comment from a friend of his daughter Jane who I have not been in contact with for most of my live, so I am now hopeful I might be able to make contact with her.

24/07/20155139
STANFORDWOW - Thank youDear Charles, What an awesome resource and service you deliver. Thank you.

07/12/20101111
MUXWORTHYWOW amazingThank you so very much for this wonderful resource. Simply amazing to be able to view this monument from Canada. Forever grateful.

27/06/2010436
HUSTLERWOWWhat a fantastic undertaking! Thank you,thank you,thank you!

12/07/20111748
TOSSELLWould not be able to see it otherwise.I am so gratful for the picture of the headstone as we live in the U.S. and it would be very hard to get to the U.K. right now. Thank you so much.

22/02/20122356
WORBYWorby FamilyThank you for your time and effort, I'm new to family history, I was aware my fathers line came from England, and went to Canada, and the young ones came to the U.S. and live in many states. Thank you for being helpful

05/10/20144622
WOOLNOUGHWoolnough Just a thank you for replying to my request so quickly.

16/04/20154955
WOOLGARWOOLGAR Family, AlfristonThe first name on the gravestone is Eleanor SMYTH, my g.g. aunt. Her parents (my great great grandparents), also shown, were Frederick WOOLGAR and Mary Ann WOOLGAR, née BREACH. Many thanks for the enhanced image. Michael Sprackling

17/07/20155128
WOOLBYWoolbys from SuffolkThank you for the enhanced photo requested, I am researching the Woolby family who resided in Sudbury, Stowmarket and Ipswich, Kind regards Wendy

15/08/20144518


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