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KEMPMaria KempHello, Thank you for sending me the photo of my g-g-g-grandmother Maria Kemp's gravestone which I am pleased to confirm is the right one. One comment I would like to make is that the date on the stone is 1873, not 1878 - I have her death certificate to confirm this. The death certificate does have some conflicting information - it says she died on Nov 25, not Nov 16 as it says on the stone. However, the certificate also says her husband was William but this is wrong - the name Thomas on the stone is right. Perhaps as the certificate was filled in by her son-in-law with whom she had been living explains the error. Anyway, thanks again for your help. Best regards, Mike Brock

Thank YouThank you once again for a quick turnaround and great quality photo


PINNERThank you for this great resourceThank you for this great resource

Thank youThank you for providing this website, I appreciate all the work that has gone into it.

CHANCEThanksThank you for the photograph. High quality and muchh appreciated

HUTCHINGSTHANK YOU :o)Excellent Site. Efficient delivery of image...all of a few seconds. Allows the user to share their knowledge to help others find their past. Wonderful photo in perfect focus. Sterling work, long may it continue!

DEIGHTONFantastic CollectionThank you and your team for all their hard working on collating and collecting this data

MUSSELLExcellent website - MUSSELL & HILLYERThank you for operating this very useful and efficient website. It is very easy to search and quick to respond. Images are very clear.

AppreciationVery many thanks for this fascinating and helpful site; especially useful for those who are unable to visit in person.

CLAYDoreen Clay - enhanced imageThank you for your very prompt reply on the image of Norman and Doreen Clay

ALLANThank youThank you for the efficient new system of obtaining photos.

PYEPYEMany thanks for the image of the headstone for the Kebble family, citing their daughter who married into the Pye family

BAXTERBaxter PYEThank you for the image of this headstone. Shoreham Kent 564041 It is however recognising Ann Baxter daughter of John and Susan Baxter. No Pye's mentioned I believe the transcription for Pye relates to the index of the next image from the cemetery. .... more

This is a fantastic website and I am verThis is a fantastic website and I am very grateful for all that you do to maintain it.

SMITHJoseph Smith christeningJoseph Smith, died 1835, buried at Coxwold, was christened 31 Dec 1749, Bishop Wilton. He was therefore born 1749, not 1750

EDMONDThank youThank you for such a wondeful service.

Thank YouI would like to thank the persons responsible for this site and those that have made it possible for us to view the headstones of late relatives which without all their hard work this would not be possible for many people including myself

LORDRosalie LordCorrections: Rosalie Lord was born 13 Jan 1877 and died on 5 Mar 1936 aged 56. Confirmed by Australian Birth Index 1788-1922 and Australian Death Index 1878-1985. .... more

FRENDJames Hinckley FrendthaThank you for the image. Allowed me to put a date to his death

TAITTAIT,PATERSONamazing site,just discovered it,what an absolute Jewel.

VAN ASCH Thank youThank you for allowing me access to this site. I left NZ in March 1981 so have never been able to view the last resting place of my father-in-law and mother-in-law. It has filled a void in my life that I have not been able to accomplish before. Sincerely. Ray

JESSThank youThank you Charles for providing this information. It is a very comprehensive resource.

WOTTONThanksThanks for the photo it is gret to be able to get this.

STEPHENSONGeorge AllanThank you very much for the high-res image of his gravestone. From the info on the photo it was clear he wasn't who I was looking for, but it meant I was able to rule him out, so it was still very helpful to my research.

JAMIESONMany Thanks!A wonderful website. Many thanks to Charles and all of the wonderful volunteers who make this available to genealogists worldwide!

CHEYNEWilliam Cheyne / Isabella Cheyne (Mitchell)William Cheyne, husband of Isabella Mitchell, is a brother to my great-great-grandmother (Barbara Cheyne/Webster). It’s nice to see physical evidence of information affirming online documentation. Would someday like to make an in-person visit. Looking forward to more potential discoveries. Limited expectations for a personal volunteer effort, but I will provide a donation. Thank you.

WINGThank youI have been researching mine and my husband's family history for some years. Unfortunately age means I cannot travel great distances to view gravestones so this service is invaluable! Thank you very much.

SELWAYGravestone for John SelwayGreat service! Thank you so much

LOGANThanksCharles, I just want to say thanks for the photo you have provided of my 3rd Great Grandparents. Without you efforts I would never have been able to see the gravestone as I live in Australia, Once again thanks for your time and efforts. Regards Ron Allen

BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANNRE: Thank youThank you for such an excellent resource

TUCK Thank You This is a great website, It makes it do muvh easier to view your ancestors gravesites espeacily when you live on the other side of the world.So a huge Thank You to all the volunters who contribute to this site

ENGLAND Grave stone of Frank and Florence England Thankyou for photo of Frank England turns out to be ny 3rd cousin not my great uncle as I thought. It will enable me to find out more about this side of the family now I know where to search

PRENTICEThank youMany thanks for your speedy response and photo of the memorial to Jessie Prentice (died 1896). The links within your email are very useful too. I expect to use your service again in the future.

HOLLINGSJabez HollingsMany thanks for the photograph of my ancestor Jabez Hollings.

PRENTICEI know my grandmother - Amy Prentice wasI know my grandmother - Amy Prentice was buried in St Mary Redgrave in 1930 (at the age of 27). I was told there was no headstone but would like to sort one. I have no idea what the plot number is.

STACKHOUSEThank youWonderful service. Photo received, thank you for your help Sue

CHAPPELLThank youMany thanks for this is most beneficial to people, like me, who live overseas and cannot visit cemeteries to seek headstone information for family research.

DEARLOVEThank you!Thank you for the clear image provided of my great great grandparents grave.

DAVYMany thanksThank you very much for the image. I visited Ludgvan church last year but can't remember seeing this monument.

SORRENTINOMany ThanksThank you to GPR for providing this resource and images. I hope it will confirm the family search we are currently undertaking. Thanks again

COMPTONPhoto of a possible relatives headstoneI very much appreciate you making this service available. I would not be able to verify some details of my family history research without it. Thanks again.

an amazing resourceI just wanted to leave a huge thank you for this wonderful resource. I research family trees, as a hobby, for no fee, because of a love of history. This wonderful service enables me to access so much information, from my own home. Thank you So much

BACKHOUSEthank you very good as usual Charlesthank you very good as usual Charles

BEESONThomas Beeson headstoneWhat a wonderful discovery I made when I found this site. I wish my grandmother were alive to see the beautiful churches and cemeteries. When I was a young girl she told me her grandfather Beeson was from England. Quality photograph was sent. Fun to look for family members. Thanks

CARPHINThankyou for supplying the image. I liveThankyou for supplying the image. I live in Australia so I am unable to physically visit the cemeteries in Britain. With your assistance I can double check whether I have researched the correct person. You supply a great service. Thank you

BIRCHEli BirchThank you so much for sending me the photographs of Eli and Annie Birch in Immingham. I really appreciate your help and the time you have spent doing this. This is such am amazing resource. Thank you.

BARRYDouglas Abel Barry, Archibald William Barry, Elizabeth Eleanor BarryThank you to GPR for the beautiful photos of the above memorials. Your photos have helped resolve birth and death dates on the older memorials. Keep up the good work. regards Robyn.

M'GIBBONPhoto of john M'Gibbon's gravestoneMany thanks for the excellent photo of Dr John M'Gibbon's grave.

BARRYJohn James Barry and Maude Henrietta AsimusThank you again GPR for the photo of the memorials of John and Maude. I really appreciate your help and time. regards Robyn.


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