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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback|
|FEATHERSTONE||Elizabeth Jane Featherstone (1835-1910)||Many thanks for the photo of Elizabeth's headstone. She was the aunt of the second wife of my paternal grandfather|
|CAMP||Church cemetery on Lord Townshend Estate, Close to Raynham & Not Far From Fakenham||I'm trying to locate the grave of my cousin, Naomi Louise CAMP. She was
born prematurely 12 Sep 1960 in the Royal Air Force Sculthorpe base
hospital, weighing only 1 lb 8 ozs. baby Naomi only lived for 2 hrs. Per
my late Aunt, her mother, she was buried in the church cemetery on the Lord
Townshend Estate, close to Raynham and not too far from Fakenham, England.
Per index records, she was born and died in District: Fakenham, County:
I cannot find an estate by this name but I am finding the Raynham Estate and
Raynham Hall. I've also found that the Church of St Mary is on the estate
so am wondering if the church cemetery may be where baby Naomi was buried.
Can you help me locate her burial? If possible, I would love to have a
picture of her grave and headstone. Many thanks for any help you can
|ELLIS||Family Research||Thank you so much for the images from which I have been able to extract my ancestors exact dates of death.
This is a truly amazing website.
Thanks once again.
|FISHER||thanks||thanks for this amazing site|
|HOLLEY||confirmation of receipt||Thank you Charles. The inscription is very clear and legible. Wonderful to have. I am interested in the entire family but of particular interest is George Hunt Holley's son George Hunt Holley Dunham born 1798 in Aylsham.|
|TROON||Headstone Photos||Thank you for allowing us to access the Headstones that we have requested.|
|MCDOUGALL||Good resource||Thank you for providing these photos. The one I downloaded will be a valuable addition to my research project.|
|CABLE||Appreciation||Thanks to all involved in producing and then distributing the.pictures of the gravestones. Those of my Cable family are beautifully clear and legible|
|FISHER||Your Help||Thank you so much for this website it is such a help for researching family tree's, especially when you live a long way from the area. |
|LAIDLER||John and Ann Laidler||Thank you for providing access to the enlarged photograph as requested. Apologies for the delayed response, this was because my email automatically filed it under Trash for some reason.|
|PICKERING||Small correction||Re. GPR grave number: 502680 / GPR image name: 4136, Millicent Ella Hesketh-Wright nee Pickering died on 13 Jul 1959, not 1939. Keep up the good job. .... more|
|ARNOLD||ARNOLD, RUDLAND, GILDING, BOCK||what an excellent resource. Thank you!|
|HUNTER||Thank you very much for your hard work a||Thank you very much for your hard work and this website. I have been researching my family tree for years now and although I knew these graves were there I have not had the opportunity to visit them as I live a long way away. Thank you 😊 |
|BABB||Babb family research||Thank you for a wonderful site. I have found more missing family members|
|MEEK||Thankyou for image of the gravestone of||Thankyou for image of the gravestone of Richard Meek, very much appreciated.|
|HOLMES||Thank you!||Thank you very much for your incredibly speedy answer to my request - even late on on a Saturday night!
I am trying to fill in the blanks regarding my maternal aunt's husband's family (phew! That's a mouthful!)
I believe your photo has helped me find my Uncle's father and sister.
Many thanks again for the terrific service you are offering to all us Family Sleuths! Your hard work is very much appreciated!|
|fantastic website||This is the second grave I have found after exhaustive searches on other sites. Thank you!|
|CROFT||Thank you - CROFT & GRANT||Just a note to say how useful this free resource you've developed and run is for people like me - researching family from other parts of the UK. Thank you. |
|BROWNE||Many thanks||Many thanks for speedy response to request for tomb enhancement. Brilliant|
|Thank You||Hi Charles
Thank you so much for you service! I appreciate being able to have a copy of the headstone for Jean Kost.|
|GOUGH||James Gough||From headstone info discovered where his remarried wife was laid to rest along with her death date.|
|MORGAN||MARTHA MORGAN||Hello Charles,
thank you very much for this site. A brilliant resource re family history activity. No doubt a considerable amount of effort has gone into producing this resource. Have just started undertaking family history research, and, will submit photo's of various grave sites( Cemeteries as I undertake further research.
Once again thank you
Sam ROBINSON |
|OFFIELD||Great website||What a great resource you have created, must have taken a lot of time and effort! Thank you for the photos, I have more to find, so will definitely be back.|
|TOVELL||No image of gravestone||Thank you for your email and the link to view image, the details of my Great-great aunt tally but unfortunately the only image I could view was one of the Church in which she is buried with the graveyard in the foreground but not of the gravestone itself. This was disappointing but not intrinsic to my research just would have been an addition. Just means a holiday in Ipswich !
Thank you and your team for all the hard work you must put in to provide this free, helpful, service for those researching their family history.|
|HODGSON||Thanks||Having used your website on several occasions I amazed with the speed and efficiency of the response. A valuable resource that is much appreciated.|
|ROSE||William Mudd Rose - link failure||Image link failed
Full given names not recorded on record .... more|
|CATER||CATER & FISHER - thank you||As I live in Australia, and don't see the likelihood of getting to UK soon I am so grateful that the headstones and gravestones of Walsham le Willows, Suffolk have been recorded. I am assisting a friend whose ancestors these are, and she will be delighted.|
|COLE||Grateful thanks||Thank you very much for the prompt forwarding of the requested image. I am very impressed!
I do have a number of photos of graves in my area in Australia and hopefully will find time over the Christmas break to upload them to this site as it is an invaluable resource.
(Researching Henry Thomas/George Ward Cole born 1793 Durham)|
|CRANE||Thank you||Thank you for the photos - brings lots of memories of visiting cemetery at Christmas and keeps memories alive.|
|KNATCHBULL-HUGESSEN||Thank You for Image Received||Thank you for the high-resolution image of the Knatchbull-Hugessen monument in St. John's Cemetery in Harrietsham, Kent.
As I had hoped, it offered more information on the family, including exact dates and relationships.
Your service is a boon for those of us who cannot travel to these sites in person. Thank you again for it.|
|ESAU||Feedback for gravestone photo||Thanks Charles, gravestone information and photos were very helpful, keep up the good work.
|GODSON||Thank you||Very grateful for your valuable resource.|
|WIGHTMAN||Gravestone photo||Once again a quick response to a request for a photo of a gravestone - much appreciated. Will continue to search this website. Thank you so much for such an invaluable service.
|HARDINGHAM||Leslie WS and Eudora DI HARDINGHAM||thank you for this resource, which makes my research more interesting.|
|GILSTON||Supply of image||Many thanks again for your speedy response to my request for an image. Your web site is superb and a great help to family researchers like me.|
|CALDER||Able to view gravestone from across the pond||Thank you for your invaluable service and to all the volunteers who have donated time and photos. I’m researching Calder’s from Latheron, Lybster & Wick area, Adam Calder was my husbands grandfather. It is quite difficult to read the inscription & dates on Janet Thomson’s headstone, if anyone has info from the gravestone I would appreciate their help.|
|OLDMAN||Receipt acknowledgement||Thank you for the e mail it has been very useful when researching my family tree. There are many relatives buried in Somerleyton and I look forward to requesting further images Regards Bob Yould|
|BURNABY||Thanks. Great Service||Thanks for the great photos of the Andrew Burnaby and Edwyn Burnaby memorials located in the St John the Baptist Cemetery in Hungarton, Leicestershire. Great service.|
|ELFORD||'Mystery' Elford||James Elford's gravestone is unfortunately not the same as the 'Mystery' James in our ancestors grave. The date only varies by 5 days though. He also has a brother Arthur who was one of his pallbearers. This gravestone includes an Arthur. Perhaps they are cousins.
Thank you for the enlarged image, I will keep searching.|
|SQUIRE||Squire headstone||Thank you for the enlarged images of the 2 gravestones that I requested. Much appreciated.|
|WADE||Thanks||Just like to thank you for the possibilty of searching for a gravestone for Thomas Wade of Rutland.|
|HAZELTINE||Brilliant.||An excellent service and a great help in researching family history.
Thank you. |
|NUTTALL||Thankyou||Thank you for the swift response and enlarged photo for the Nuttall family gravestone in All Saints cemetery, Youlgreave. This will help with my research|
|ABLESON||Edward G Ableson||So grateful for this picture. He was my mother in law's (Iris Sara nee Abelson) brother. He is also commemorated on the War Memorial at Emmanuel College Cambridge (UK) |
|HILL||What a wonderful resource||Thank you for this website and all the research...what a wonderful resource this is something tangable that helps people from all around the world find their ancestors...My ancestors are in England and its impossible for me to travel and find this information.. Thank you Christine Australia |
|ADEY||Thanks||This is an excellent resource. Many thanks to the Charles and the other who contribute to it. Daniel Adey was my 5th great grandfather on my mothers side. More recently my 2nd great grandfather John Adey Pratt was a well known preacher in Bristol and has a fine monument in Arnos Vale cemetery. |
|SIMISTER||Location of my ancestors' graves.||I came across this site by accident and I am so pleased that I did. I have traced two of my ancestors, James Simister and his wife Mary Simister nee Hoyle, and will now be able to visit the grave myself, thank you.|
|HODDER||HEAD HODDER||Thank you|
|MULTIPLE||Thank you for St Mary Cemetery, Downe, Kent images||Hi Charles,
Thank you for photographing, whether you or another, please express my appreciation for their / your time and effort in taking the Photos. I am researching my family and am very grateful to be able to view the gravestones from Perth, Australia. There are numerous family buried in St Mary's Cemetery: Smith, Phillips, Harding, Harris, Stringer. Consequently, I have not thanked you individually as I have downloaded each image. Please accept this as my collective thanks for all images that I have and will download. Regards, Ann Dalton|
|MAYHEW||Mayhew MI||Many thanks for your hard work, I am delighted to be able to see the Gravestone images which helps so much with the research. Thomas Edgar Mayhew ties in with my Spurling research and his descendants are also theirs.|