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BARKERFamily History ResearchMany thanks again for this wonderful resource. It is in valuable.

BUCKTROUTBucktroutExcellent - many thanks. Very useful

BOXALLThanks for the imageI'm currently researching my ancestry, but I live in Australia so have no opportunity to visit English graveyards. This is a wonderful service and much appreciated. Many thanks Karen Ps...I just noticed your validation test subject has the same birthday as me! (Tough a good many years before me) What a coincidence!

WOODWARDThanksThanks once again for your brilliant service.

NEWTONTHANKSJust wanted to say thanks very much for the great image of the gravestone of William Newton, it has really helped in my research of my family. Thanks Charles for all your hard work and for doing such a great job at providing such a helpful service.

COOPER / JOSLINThank YouThank You for the quick response and photos , very impressive service Lindsay

ROBINSONThanks for the photo.Thank you for the photo. It contains information for other relatives I did not have previously.

JORDANReally helpful, thank youReally pleased to be able to use this site to help in our ancestry search, thanks so much, will be using again.

Thank you!!Thank you yet again. I really appreciate the information I have discovered from using your website.

LAWSONThank you so much!Incredibly speedy reply, thank you so very much

GIBSONJohn Allan HeadstoneWhat a great resource not to mention an extremely prompt response. Much appreciated. Thx MRG

GILLPhoto RequestThanks for the prompt turnround in sending through the photo - has enabled me to research further the Snowden tree in Bingley.

JONESThank youThank you for the image. This is an amazing resource that you have created. Margaret Jones is my third great aunt, and I am always keen to fill in gaps in my family history.

Image of grave monumentI am studying my family history and I am extremely grateful for the image you have sent me of the grave monument relating to my family at Lawnswood Cemetery, Leeds. Your website is excellent.

MOSESThanksThank you Charles for your prompt service. Having a headstone photo is always a bonus to my research

WELLERHeadstone of Eliza Weller.It was wonderful to find Eliza Weller headstone. I am researching Wellers from Sussex where the family originally came from. A wonderful site and grateful for the administrators and volunteers for such a brilliant site and service.

MARTINThank youThanks for displaying the higher-quality image of Brotherton Martin's grave. It was quite legible and nice to have.

CLARKEValueable ResourceThank you so much. This is such a vauleable resource. It has allowed me to find Clarke in Suffolk when I am no longer in the country to go to these graveyards.

BOULTONCyril Boulton 1926 - 1952Many thanks for the image of my uncle Cyril's grave. He was tragically killed aged 26 the year before I was born, so unfortunately I didn't get a chance to get to know him. My mother, Cyril's sister, died very recently aged 93yrs and her death has prompted me to do some research into her family. So thanks once again for your prompt response.

PICKARDThank youJust wanted to say how grateful I am to have been able to access the headstone of my great great grandmother And how prompt and easy it was to use this website. Thank you

ISAACSON, LEWIN, SPENCERGreat site - have found the response to Great site - have found the response to requests almost immediate...

HARTCharles HART grave at St James, EnfieldThank you so much for the image of Charles HART's grave. Charles is the brother of George HART born c1820 and George is my ggg-grandfather. Thank you for such a wonderful resource. Best wishes Elaine Maul

BRETTRalph Henry BRETT, buried at St James Church, Enfield HighwayHi, Thank you so much for the image of Ralph Henry BRETT's grave. He's a distant relative but I have also today sent a message to someone who says that Ralph is their grandfather so it will be great if I can establish a link. Sadly, my Mum lost all conatct with her BRETT family because her father, Frederick Thomas BRETT died when she was only 6 months old. Ralph is Frederick's cousin (I think I've worked that out correctly!). I would dearly love to make contact with near relatives who may have photos of people. Anyhow, thank you for such a fabulous resource and for the grave image. Best wishes Elaine Maul

TULKTombstone ImagesYour time & expenses in providing this service is greatly appreciated & invaluable to all who are searching for their roots

GUYThanksVery useful and much appreciated

STAINTONStaintonThank you so much for this service. I asked for it today and it has already arrived. This is the first time I have seen the gravestone for Cornelius Stainton and his wife Mary Marshall. They are my 3rd great grandparents. I had no idea that such a gravestone existed. I am amazed at how dedicated some people are to provide information like this. Again Thank you. Judy

CORMACKJames Cormack (1857-1906)James Cormack is my 1st cousin 3x removed. Thanks for allowing me to use this photo on his Findagrave Memorial (#119051328).

HARRISheadstone requestRequested image of Mary and george Harris and within minutes I had received it. Many thanks for the prompt service you give. This site is a valuable source for people who live too far away to visit the graveyards for people they are researching. Keep up the good work.

HARRISheadstone requestRequested image of Mary and george Harris and within minutes I had received it. Many thanks for the prompt service you give. This site is a valuable source for people who live too far away to visit the graveyards for people they are researching. Keep up the good work.

BLOCKThank You!I was pleased to have an image of the gravestone of my 2nd cousin 1x removed. Thank you.

ELMYJohn ElmyThanks for sending the image of John Elmy, who was the brother of my 3 x Great Grandfather. This is such an excellent site - thanks again!

FAULLAlfred Bertie FAULLThanks for photo of Alfred Bertie FAULL's Headstone at Gisborne Cemetery, Victoria, Australia

FAULLLois Bona RACTLIFFE nee FAULLThanks for the copy of the RACTLIFFE Headstone in Gisborne Cemetery

SUDRONResearching Sudron familyThank you so much for this fantastic service, much appreciated.

WALTONThank youThank you for forwarding the image requested it has helped cross reference birth and death dates. I look forward to finding a lot more ancestors that I have been told are buried in Scartho Cemetery. I am currently researching the Walton name.

BAMBERMany ThanksThank you for the image of my 2nd cousin's [Peter Bamber (& his wife's)] memorial. Like many others who use your site I really appreciate all the work you have done. Many, Many thanks.

FILKINSFILKINS/COGANJust to say a big thank you - for someone to provide such a service for free is amazing. The photo I requested was a relative on my husbands side of the family and is now attached to that person in my tree - Florence Ellen Filkins born 1894 Southwark married Frederick Charles Cogan in 1915 in Epsom. They had 7 children.

WATKINS family vault in St James Church, Staunton, EnglandA large stone table top family vault with monumental inscriptions for the WATKINS family is located in St James Church, Ledbury Road Staunton, Gloucestershire. The PRICE family vault located next to the WATKINS vault has inscriptions over 200 years old and both tombs look the same age. These family tombs are ocated 15m west of the north-west corner of the tower, Church of St James.Staunton has been a civil parish since 1894. In 1931 the village was transferred from Worcestershire to Gloucestershire. I can send a photo of the WATKINS family vault. .... more

LITHERLANDThank you for the image of the LitherlanThank you for the image of the Litherland monument. It confirmed dates. My 3rd great grandparents and two 3rd great aunties are buried there.

HARRISThank youThank you for the images. Always nice to add further details to the archive

GOODIERThanks you for this very useful service.Thanks you for this very useful service. I hope it helps me unravel the problems I am having. I will send you some gravestone images in return

SUFFIELDExcellent Service!I really appreciate being able to have photographs of Headstones in the UK, when I live in Australia ~ hopefully I will have time at some stage in the future to maybe help with a few photos taken locally! Many thanks to the volunteers!

GRAYFinding great uncleThank you for the image. My family in UK will be pleases i have found Uncle Bobs resting place at last

SIMMONDSCharles, I have used this service quiteCharles, I have used this service quite a few times and I am always amazed at the wonderful and speedy service you and your helpers provide. Photos before have always come from Australian Cemeteries so I was so pleased to be able to obtain one from New Zealand. Once again, many thanks, I really appreciate your help. Joy.

PEPPERThank you!Thank you for the gravestone picture of Tubal Bayne and Ellen Pepper. It has been a great help with my research!

STEVENSONthanks & appreciationMany thanks for the photo of one of my ancestors sent today. Enlarging the image enabled me to be able to make a suggested correction to the transcription as well, so hopefully useful to other researchers. A great resource and much appreciated thanks. Person researching Herbert Henry Stevenson and wife Maria Stevenson.

ROBINSONRobinsonThank you so much for such a quick response (overnight) to my request for a photo of the gravestone for Joseph Robinson. I found your site so informative and am very grateful for the dedicated people who provide so many photos. It is fantastic being able to see a gravestone when you are so far away from a cemetery and unlikely to be able to visit the site. I may live in Australia but this site allows me to see gravestones in England (and of course other countries. Thank you all for such a wonderful service.

COOPERWonderful generosityMany thanks for this prompt and excellent service.

BURTONThank youThank you again for providing me a copy of Albert Burton's headstone. Your photos add much more to our family tree.

FORSYTHGreat resourceThank you very much for making this image available. I would never have been able to view it myself.


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