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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback|
|LITHGO||Thank You||This is the second time I have made use of your excellent resource. Thank you for providing such an amazing search tool.
|WHITCHURCH||My Grandparents||My father, John Roy Whitchurch, died recently in South Africa and it’s been helpful to be able to find this photo of his parents, my grandparents, gravestone. Thank you for such a lovely photo of where John Francis and Ellen May Whitchurch are resting.|
|MATSON||John Matson||THANK YOU!! I was unable to see the image until you so kindly sent it to me. While I am not certain if this John Matson is kin or not, I am delighted to see such a memorial. Thank you and please keep up the great work. |
|WADE||A brilliant research tool.||A brilliant research tool. |
|CHEETHAM||Great photo||Thanks for providing photos of these gravestones. I was able to add 4 dates of death from one gravestone!|
|FLEURY||Thanks||Thanks for the image. I was searching for the Fleury family as I acquired an antique mentioning Capt Fleury who served in Cyprus in different positions including District Commissioner between 1932-1935 |
|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|
|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.
|MCDOUGALL||Good resource||Thank you for providing these photos. The one I downloaded will be a valuable addition to my research project.|
|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 😊 |
|fantastic website||This is the second grave I have found after exhaustive searches on other sites. Thank you!|
|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 |
|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|
|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.|
|HARDINGHAM||Leslie WS and Eudora DI HARDINGHAM||thank you for this resource, which makes my research more interesting.|
|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.|
|STACEY||Thanks||Thanks very much for the three pictured headstones of the Stacey family including both my G and GG grandparents in Radnage. Since I live in Canada, I do not know if I would have gotten the opportunity to visit the site my self. I do have one question. Is there a map of the cemetery that outlines where each headstone is located?|
|AINSLIE||Big Thanks - AINSLIE/ GILCHRIST / LYON||BIG THANKS for the help in tracing the links to the Ainslie and Lyon sides of our family tree.
Didn't know about the Leeds connection at all untill finding the Gravestone photo site.
Have now visited the Lawnswood Cemetery.
Fully recommend this site as part of anyone's research into their family tree search.
BIG THANKS also to the volunteers at Lawnswood Cemetery Leeds.|
|LING||Smith grave||thank you for a great service|
|AUDLEY||gravestone photo||Thank so very much for your swift reply to my request for an enhanced image of my 14th great grandmother's grave monument, Lady Margaret Audley. The image is much more legible than what was originally shown. This is a valuable service you are providing and I greatly appreciate what you are doing in your own time and at your own expense for the love of genealogy research!|
|MUNRO||Thanks||A helpful image which has helped forward my research.|
|COLE||Many thanks for the photos of Alice Mary||Many thanks for the photos of Alice Mary Coles headstone. Confirms her relationship.|
|BEAN||relationships||John was the son of Abraham.|
|as always a great service. thank you ver||as always a great service. thank you very much|
|SHEARSTONE||Grave stone||Thank you Charles for a quick response on my request for a photo of my Shearstone 5 great grandparents grave, I don't have much information on them only that daughter Jane is my 4 great grandmother and they lost a son same year of birth Thomas. |
|TRORY||Photograph||Many thanks for sending the photo of the grave for Louisa Martin so promptly. It's an excellent service|
|EICKENLOFF||Very Good||Very Good service, good way for people to work together|
|EASON||Thank you||What a great resource. Thank you so much for providing this prompt and efficient service. Amazing.|
|BAIRD||John Baird||Thank you for the photo of John Baird (1773-1853), This also shows the death date and will help in telling his life moments here.|
|BOLOUS||George Henry Bolous||Thanks for the oppotunity to extend my family history research. A great resource for researcher.|
|BRAITHWAITE||Braithwaite||Great resource for family history research. Thank you|
|BAILEY||Thank You||I am very grateful for the photograph of Judith Bailey's gravestone which included the names of five of her children who tragically died in childhood, four of whose names I had been unaware. Judith and Charles Bailey are my husband's 3 x Great Grandparents. Many thanks again.|
|Thanks||Many thanks for the prompt response and image.
A great help in my research. I'm sure to be coming back to look at some more as part of this project. It's probable that I will have to visit some graveyards as part of this, if I can I will photograph and send wherever possible.
Once again many thanks
Simon Briscombe |
|MILLER||Keith John Miller||Thank you for your wonderful efforts.|
|MALTHOUSE||Thank you so much for the image of my 4t||Thank you so much for the image of my 4th great grandparents William and Mary Malthouse. I live in Australia and the service you provide here is invaluable!! I can't wait to delve further into this great site! |
|WILSHER||Thank you, this is a wonderful resource.||Thank you, this is a wonderful resource.|
|JONES||Thank you||Thank you - your work is much appreciated.
|TANDY||Thanks||Just wanted to say thank you for your speedy & efficient service in providing the gravestone photograph I requested. Your efforts in this matter is greatly appreciated.|
|COX||Thank you||Was looking for Caroline Ellen Cox, could not find her but found her mother Ellen Cox. Thank you, this is a great sight. |
|CAMPBELL||Alexander Campbell||Thank you for your prompt reply and the photo of the Grave Monument for my Great-Uncle Alec|
|PECKETT||St.Mary's Winfarthing, Norfolk - memorial to Leslie Peckett||So pleased with my good quality photograph of the memorial for Leslie Peckett - found in St.Mary's, Winfarthing, Norfolk. Without this resource, I would never have known it existed. Leslie was my grandfather's cousin. Many thanks for putting a piece into my family tree jigsaw. |
|SCHREIBER||Great site,thoroughly recommend !||Great site,thoroughly recommend !|
|CROFT||Great service - CROFT & MELLORS||Many thanks, so easy and helpful.|
|REID||Kidd||Many thanks for the pictures of the grave markers of John Mills KIDD, Euphan KIDD, and Susannah BLACKMAN|
|BAGNALL||Charles Bagnall Grave Photo||Received a photo of the grave of my great great grandparents Charles and Harriet Bagnall in St Matthew's Church, Grosmont, Yorkshire. Charles Bagnall, along with his brother, founded the Grosmont Ironworks in the 1860s. Wgat a great service.|
|QUINTON||Thanks for the image||Many thanks for the image of the memorial to my friends uncle, Theodore Hilary Child.|
|VON FALKENHAUSEN||Thank you||Thank you for satisfying my curiosity @ gravestonephotos.com . A lot can be learned from history and I believe gravestones gives us a glimpse into our ancestors life/death. I was keen to find out how my ancestors were buried and I was very glad you had a record from one of them. Seeing this particular gravestone, how ornate it was, makes me understand he did great things. I know some might think it's morbid, to look up gravestones, but I think it's inspiring to see how they were commemorated. Keep up with the excellent work! Thanks again, Val|
|BURNABY||Algeron Edwyn Burnaby||Minna Field Burnaby was the 2nd wife of Algernon Edwin Burnaby. She was the niece of Marshall Field, the Chicago department store tycoon. Her father Henry Field was Marshall's brother.|
|HEASMAN||Great resource - thank you!||much appreciated|