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List of all comment / feedback / help requests for Surnames starting with F

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DELAUNEFAUNCE DELAUNE - Thanks!I am so grateful to this service, as I have been able to find memorials of so many of my ancestors.

F?RSTCorrection of SurnameFuerst, Ludwig

FABLINGAn invaluable resource!Thank you so much! The photographs of the gravestones for the Fabling family in Stapleford and Twyford, Leicestershire have been so helpful in allowing me to trace this branch of the family's history. I wouldn't have had the time to travel there myself, so the resource has been so helpful.

FADDYThanksThank you for the very prompt reply to my request for an image. This is a great site

FAEDDean G Stone Janes & Mary FaedMany thanks for the photo of their gravestone. Donation to follow Susan

FAIRBAIRNIncredible resourse - MAJAURY FAIRBAIRNThank you so much for documenting all that you do. To be able to find this kind of information is absolutely invaluable to families and their heritage.

FAIRBANKFAIRBANK GRAVESHi there, Wish photographs of Fairbank graves, but when I tried to fill in required form, it does not recognise my email address? Thank you. Maggie

FAIRBURNIt's a knock-out!Charles, This site is a knock-out, well it has knocked me sideways any taken my breath away! To think that I can sit here in Hull (East Yorkshire) and look back hundreds of years ago to see the head-stone of my long lost family in a hamlet miles off the beaten track in the Yorkshire dales is, to my way of thinking (being a 'silver-surfer') mind blowing. Well done. Ashley

FAIRBURNwell doneThank you to everyone who is working on this website. It's fantastic. I'm now living in New Zealand and can look at all the information and feel close to my roots even though I'm 12000 miles away. I return to this area every couple of years. Now I know the churches where some of my ancestors are laid to rest.

FAIRBURNThank youI hope to be able to fill in some gaps in my husbands tree with your help with this gravestone photo. Many thanks

FAIRBURNthanks againBeing able to view photographs rather than having to visit numerous graveyards is such a help to confirm family research, thank you once again

FAIRFOULLThis is a tremendous site - FAIRFOULL/GOURLAYI have found this site to be a truly beneficial assistant in researching family history. It is well run, easy to use, and has provided me with information I could not find elsewhere. I am going to be using it a lot!

FAIRHEADFAIRHEAD / HASLAMA massive thank you to you and all your helpers that have given their time and effort to put items on this web site.

FAIRHURSTThis is a cool service. I would have nevThis is a cool service. I would have never guessed I could get a picture of a relative's headstone in another country. Thank you! I was able to confirm dates and names I was looking for.

FAIRLESSThank youI would like to say thank you very much for this wonderful information. It is thanks to sites like this and it's volunteers that family researchers like myself can gain info on their family members and be able to pass it on to others, so sharing and continue caring for our families. Not forgotten. Paula Nakhai Nee Locke.

FAIRLEY Thank youThanks very much for the larger picture of the memorial i requested. Your services are priceless. King regards Joan Mackay.

FAIRSThank youJust a note to thank you for your speedy and efficient response to my request Best wishes. Marion Lenz

FAIRSThank youJust a note to thank you for your speedy and efficient response to my request Best wishes. Marion Lenz

FAIRSFairs family in SurreyThank you so much for the picture of the grave of Louisa Phyllis Fairs (nee Brumwell)and her husband, George Fairs (1843-1918. George is the brother of William Fairs (1823-1872) who is my 2nd great-grandfather. Your site gives invaluable assistance to those searching for answers in their ancestry. Many thanks for your dedicated work and long may you continue!

FAIRSRebecca Pairs Entry 98 - Rebecca Pairs - the correct transcription is Fairs

FAIRWEATHERSo helofulI saw my grandparents' (Thomas and Susan Fairweather) headstones once as a child. On returning to the churchyard 35 years later it was so overgrown I couldn't find them. Having found these photographs they gave me the information I need to start tracing my ancestors.

FAIRWEATHERthank youthank you for the recent image for william fairweather and his wife ethel (nee mason). mmuch appreciated as always

FAIRWEATHERA great helpA great help in answering some questions about George and Bessie Fairweather. Thank you. Researching this for their great niece

FALDONGravestonesI think you do a splendid service. You can gain so much information from gravestones to add to the family tree, so thank you.

FANTHORPEFANTHORPE JOHNThank you so much for sending the photo I requested so quickly. The quality is wonderful. This is the first photo I have managed to find. Your site has spurred me on to keep looking. Your site is a wonderful help in researching my family.

FARBRIDGEThank you.Thank you for your image of the Farbridge gravestone at Blanchland, Northumberland, the information on there has been a big help in extending my research into my ancestors. .... more

FARIE Wonderful service Thank you for consistently providing excellent service. It is truly appreciated

FARIEHeadstone of Alex David FarieI was attempting to receive an enlarged photo of Alex David Farie's headstone in the Old Rutherglen Cemetery... apparently his headstone is shown as David Farie… He was the father of Ian Esom Farris, who was my original direct ancestor to emigrate from Scotland to Virginia Colony approximately 1642.

FARMANmargaret/james farmanThank you for the quick reply.I am about to go on holiday so will not be able to follow up this item for a couple of weeks but would be willing to photograph local graveyards at a later date.many thanks Keith.

FARMANThanksReally quick response. This is a great resource! Thank you.

FARMARName CorrectionsAnnette Emily Berkeley Farman (should read Farmar) Emily Jane Fogo was the above noted woman's mother Major G L Atterbury Farmar (should read C L Atterbury Farmar - for Charles Louis Atterbury Farmar) This was Emily Jane's husband. .... more

FARMERFarmer PhotoThank you so much for this Farmer information/photo. So appreciated!

FARMERgeorge farmerWhile looking for a George William farmer b 1904 d 1973 because of using this site have now found out he was married to a Dorothy I coleman both buried stubbington Hampshire this info helping me with my family tree

FARMERYGreat SiteThis is such a great resource, and even better now requested photographs are immediately available to view. Thanks for providing these images at a click of a button!

FARNELLFARNELL/FARNALLCharles, Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate these ancestral grave pictures. You're so awesome! Thanks for such an expeditious response! Keep up the good work!

FARNISHThanksThanks for the prompt delivery of another photo. An excellent resource.

FARQUHARHeadstone photosThank you so much for such a quick response. The photos are great and help my family research so much.

FARQUHARThanksThank you for helping me find the graves of many of my Caithness relatives and family, it has helped me towards completion of my family tree.

FARRM G Farr and Helene FarrThankyou for sending me the image of the grave monument for the aboveI have been trying to trace Helene or Lilyan as my family knew her for some timeShe was my fathers sister and she disappeared in the fifties. It was really nice To see her last resting place and I hope to visit the grave sometime in the future.Thanks again Sue Burberry

FARRHeadstone of Clifford Frederick FarrThank you kindly for your invaluable service and I am absolutely delighted to be able to share a copy of the headstone of Clifford Frederick Farr (1924-1944) with his relatives here in the U.K.

FARRARGravestonesI can't believe people do not thank you for this service. I think it is awesome and am extremely appreciative!! I wish more people would do this.

FARRARCanadian LinkJas. Wm Farrar brought his wife and children to Manitoba, Canada. When he died or where he is buried is currently unknown.

FARRELLYFarrelly's of FarnleyJust found my Gt Gt grandparents. What a fantastic website! Excellent clear photos! Many thanks again.

FARRERResearching THOMAS FARRERThank you for the image. It has confirmed that I am researching the correct family line. Plus it has provided extra information that I was unaware of.

FARROW gravestonesThankyou once again for Farrow gravestone photos ,also the Pope family

FARROWFARROW, WOOLLARDExcellent photographs and solved a mystery in my family tree research, quick and efficient service and will be making a donation a.s.a.p

FARROWthank youthanks once again for your help with the gravestone image of my ancestors

FARROWAnn and Thomas FARROWThank you for the image of Ann and Thomas Farrow's stone at Burnham Sutton, Norfolk. I had visited the churchyard a few years ago but did not find the stone. Much appreciated.

FARROWLt Col FarrowThank you Charles for your help with my quest for tracing Lt Col Geoffrey Douglas Farrow as it was he and his wife that built my house.

FARVISEliza Septima Packer (nee Farvis)Many thanks for forwarding me the information and photographs regarding the above. The details contained on the gravestones have given invaluable new information to my family who are researching the Packer side of the family and we now know that Eliza is our great grandmother and that her memorial also mentions our grandfather F W G Packer and great uncle and this will prove invaluable to my nephew who is researching our side of the family. I think you site is wonderful and also the help it gives to other people who would like to know more about their ancestry.

FAULDINGFauldingWhat a great site, with out people's help I would have never seen this, thanks

FAULDINGFauldingThanks once again

FAULKNERLiffenCharles Sale....Thank you for the two photographs

FAULKSThanksDear Charles, Thank you for your email. I did however receive the images I requested with many thanks although I will also download them. I do have some images other FAULKS graves mainly from Long Clawson Dunchurch but not really in the format or details you request but if I re visit those place I am happy to include them to you. Many thanks for your continued help to family researchers David

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

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

FAWCETTFawcett family, YorkshireJust discovered this website and already found one headstone that belongs to my family lineage. My research is the family lineage of Thomas Fawcett, born 1869, Soothill, to 1958. Thank you to this website for the wonderful work put in to find the gravestones of our families.

FAWKESWilliam FawkesThank you for your prompt response to my request to receive the pic of my 2x Gr. Grandfather’s headstone - William Fawkes. It was thrilling to see a monument for Ancestors I am just beginning learn about.

FEARFantastic site. Wonderful gift to genealogistsThis is so fantastic. I was able to find the gravestone of my great grandparents, and my great great grandparents. Thank you so so much.

FEARBYJohn and Hannah FEARBY of Upper PoppletonThank you for this excellent resource. It is great to fill in the details of John FEARBY and Hannah FOX, his wife and discover they really did both die in the same year - 1808. The place name of Upper Poppleton also allows me to be certain they are the correct people. This reply did, however go into my spam folder for some reason so that is perhaps something to be aware of.

FEATHERSTONEElizabeth 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

FEATHERSTONEThank youI was thrilled to see the headstone for my great great great grandparents. Again my sincere thanks. Peter

FEATHERSTONENorah FeatherstoneThanks so much for the very clear picture of this gravestone - I have been looking for Norah for nearly 10 years, and now when we are in the South West, shall be able to go and visit abd see the stone for myself.

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

FEATHERSTONEMary Ann FeatherstoneMary Ann is the wife of William Henry born 13.Apr 1855. More info at .... more

FEATHERSTONESOMERSET and SUSSEX CONNECTIONS: FEATHERSTONE, EDWARDS, PARSONSFantastic photographs which have proven very helpful. Several names on War Memorials which were wonderful to find. Thank you from a very grateful Australian.

FEATHERSTONEthank you so muchthank you for the resource that you have made available. It fills in detail and gives leads where there is nothing else.

FEAVIOURFEAVIOUR/FEVIER/FEVYERThank you so much for this great resource.

FEINSTEINKrougliakoffThank you so much for making these photos available, and for responding to my request so quickly. This is a wonderful service that you provide! I hope you will be expanding your coverage to add other countries (e.g., Hungary, Israel, Russia) where my ancestors were buried. Thank you again!

FELBRIGGFELBRIGGWow! Thank you so much for the pictures of Symond de Felbrigg I hope to visit some day.

FELGATEThank you - a nice, clear imageThank you - a nice, clear image

FELLFELL, NICHOLSON, HENSONI think this is a supererb resource, and I look forward to more gavestones being added in the Yorkshire area.

FELLERSThank youThank you. I will see if this is one of my relations. Best Regards. Wendy

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

FELLOWSwhat a extraordinary website, i'm just swhat a extraordinary website, i'm just starting of on my journey into my family history so all this infomation for free was invalid. thank you

FELLOWSPhotosJust want to say thanks for keeping these records and for allowing access to the photos - keep up the good work.

FELTHAMThank you for the photographs. The qualiThank you for the photographs. The quality is excellent.

FENBYCatherine FenbyThank you very much for the lovely photo of Catherine this web site is brilliant and the service provided is first class.

FENDERWhat a fantastic site! I came across it What a fantastic site! I came across it by accident. Can' t wait so see some submissions from swansea. I will get my camera out! I am researching the welsh Fender line. Paricularly the 1st Fender to settle in britain from germany. Any help would be great.

FENEMOREFenemore FamilyThank you for this wonderful service. Although the headstone is illegible, it is still good to know my ancestors'final resting place.

FENNINGFenning burials in SuffolkI have been searching for headstone transcriptions in St. Martins, Nacton for James Fenning buried there on the 29th of November 1857, Elizabeth Rachel Fenning (nee Fish) aged 29 buried on the 27th of April 1803 and Charles Fennings (infant) buried on the 11th of August 1803, however there does not appear to be any reference to them on this website. Is it possible that St. Martins has an older graveyard not yet referenced? Thanks .... more

FENTONthank youThank you for helping me view the image of David Fenton's grave stone.

FENTONEdwin William LineThank you so much for the image of Edwin's gravestone. There is so much useful information on these that cannot be found elsewhere, especially infants that were born and sadly died in between census dates. Many of the graveyards of my ancestors have been cleared and very little is recorded. Keep up the good work. Thanks again Martyn Berry

FENWICKfenwickMy thanks to everyone that have contributed to this site. You are little angels in my eyes.

FENWICKBrilliant resourceThank you so much for the links to the photos of the graves of Thomas and Jane Fenwick. The images are excellent quality and they arrived so quickly. I will gladly help with the gathering of information for this brilliant website, such a valuable resource. Many thanks to all involved in obtaining and compiling this brilliant website.

FERENELYThanksThanks for the images of Ferenely gravestones and for all your hard work running this site

FERGUSONFergusonMany thanks for your very prompt service. Its great to find something no matter how small, but my research goes on for any information on Isabella Taylor (nee Ferguson)and her husband Robert Taylor arrival in NZ from South Africa 1864

FERGUSSONMany thanks for this siteGreat site and will save me lots of time and travel cost!

FERNIEIsaac & Mary FernieI know that they were married in Co. Durham & they are buried in Linthorpe Cemetery Middlesbrough. I would like to find out more about the Thompson/Fernie families And possibly a pic of their grave.

FERRIDAYFerridayMany thanks for the opportunity to view the monuments associated with my family history research. Without your project, this would not be possible.

FERRIERThank you for the image of Ann Ferrier's GravestoneThank you for the time you put into preserving these records. This image and the information on it helps to open a few more of my ancestor doors.

FERRIER Thank youThank you for a very prompt response to my request. The work you are doing and resource provided is invaluable.

FEWINGSThanksThank you so much for all your time and effort in providing this valuable service

FEWSONJohn FewsonThank you so much for the photos of the gravestone of John Fewson. As we don't have any photos of the Fewson families, at least the photo of the grave is something to have. Thanks for the time and effort you put in to take these photos and also for your prompt reply.

FEWSONPaulina Fewson and John WingVery much appreciated resource. Researching Wing family and thereby, by marriage, Paulina Fewson. Great to find where she is buried, I understand she died after a smallpox vaccination. Thank you once again.

FEWSTERGravestone findJohn Fewster was my husband’s 3rd great grandfather. It is astounding that we have found his grave through your website. He started as a gardener and built up a large market garden. it was our local church for over 30 years, but never knew the connection. Thank you so very much.

FFENNELLThank you Charles for your very swift anThank you Charles for your very swift and helpful response with interesting / helpful links. Much appreciated that you took the time to respond.

FIDGEThanksMany thanks Charles. What a great resource for we 'armchair' genealogists.

FIDLERA GREAT BIG THANK YOUMany many thanks for the time and effort you have put into building this site. Thank you so much not just from me, but also from Steve Fidler on whose behalf I am doing family ancestry research. Having such a visual reference as a headstone, makes this whole project and journey so much more real for both of us. Came looking for his gt-gt-grandfather (Thomas Fidler), but found that the headstone carries details of gt-gt grandmother AND gt-gt-gt grandfather and other family relatives. Wishing you all every success for the future. Best wishes from Mike Thomas and Steve Fidler.

FIDLERMANY THANKSMany thanks for the sterling efforts of the individuals and teams involved in bringing this site and facility to life. As a part-time ancestry researcher for friends and family, the reaction when one can produce such detail and images as you now provide is overwhelming and very, very much appreciated by the families concerned; even more so nowadays with extended families spread across the country and, indeed, world.

FIELDTracing Ancestors Hi, Thankyou for the photo of the gravestone of Mary field who is buried in St. Mary's Church cemetery, Ticehurst. Our family have had a wonderful afternoon at the cemetery looking for the grave of Mary Field, which we found easily thanks to your photograph. Keep up the good work, and Thanks again, Liz.

FIELDThank youThank you for your excellent service - very prompt reply and good image. Very helpful for adding to the Family Tree

FIELDA most amazing and useful site.Thank you so much for running this free site. My first attempt produced not only my 2nd Great Grandfather's grave but identified a family member I was unaware of and confirmaton of another.

FIELDHOUSEHeadstoneThank you so much for the quick response to my photograph request. They have provided me with information I did not have.

FIGGESSThis is a very impressive service. I reqThis is a very impressive service. I requested photo`s during the Christmas holiday period and received a response within 24 hours.

FILDESStuart Gladstone FildesMany thanks for the photo of Stuart's grave. Your help is much appreciated.

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.

FILSELLThankyou so much for the photos.Much appThankyou so much for the photos.Much appreciated.

FINCHthanks for the helping handAn excelent service to people gathering material for their family tree,and in this day FREE.

FINCHThanksThank you once again, Charles

FINCHAMWonderful projectIt is such a worthwhile job that all the volunteers have undertaken for future generations that might feel they want to research their roots and as the gravestones age and the writing is undesciferable the photos are a lasting record. Many thanks. I have been researching the Fincham family from Norfolk. They farmed at Place Farm Kenninghall from about 1790 I think. William Fincham who was born about 1786 was the first to farm there followed by his son William who was born in 1820 and carried on working the farm for the Duke of Norfolk.

FINDLATERFabulous websiteThanks to this website I've found my grandmother's gravestone. Thank you :)

FINDLEYFINDLEY/COOK - Wonderful WebsiteWhat a wonderful website and a fantastic service you provide. I live in New Zealand and your website is an invaluable resource for me and others who live so far away. I truly appreciate the time and effort that goes in to making this information available to us. Kind regards, Bronwen

FINELooking for Fine familyI would like to thank you for taking the time to carry out this work, I have been looking for my great great grand parents for a few years now so finding your web site was a wonderful tool,for my search in Norfolk where Eliza Mary Fine was born, I will continue to use it to find her family their name was Smith and lived around this area. As to Cornelius John Fine named on this grave stone I know he was a Ships captain and worked for the East Indian company I`m still looking for his date of death and resting place. once again thank you very much.

FINNERANVery helpfulPhotographs have been very helpful. Thank you for all your efforts.

FINNIE Gravestone of Isabella McEwenThank you so much for this, Charles. I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am to you for providing me with this image, and for your generosity in sharing your images with us all. Kind regards, Lynne.

FIRMINGERnicholas firmingerA brilliant site, invaluable. Thank you for the image of Nicholas Firminger's headstone. It has helped me trace my family further back than I ever thought possible.

FIRMINGERMany thanksThank you for your help in assisting with our research into the history of our property. According to the Land Tax Assessment in 1791, Nicholas Firminger owned our property. Great website, very infomative.

FIRTHA Massive Thank YouNow being disabled I am no longer able to visit my parents graveside and by having the photo you have ever so kindly supplied, means I can in my own little way still visit them. I can not thank you enough for the swift reply and utmost professionalism of the work you are doing. Mr G M Firth

FIRTHMany thanksWhat a great resource you have provided.

FISHThank youI am researching the Fish family and Jeremy (Jerimiah) Fish may well be an ancestor. Being able to see a gravestone is always helpful. I hope to visit St. Peter's, Carleton, one day. Thank you for your valuable work in creating these records.

FISHERYour HelpThank 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.

FISHERWhat a brilliant resource! Why have I not found this earlier? Thank you to all those who have put this site together and contributed to it.

FISHERHelen Hastie (nee Fisher)Researching the Fisher family, so found this headstone image useful in completing my research for Helen. Thanks to those responsible for providing / uploading the image.

FISHERFisher/HornseaThanks, always a great help to find a headstone, and so clear

FISHERthanks thanks for this amazing site

FISHERHugh Addison FisherMany thanks for a great service for us researching family history.. What a great assistance it is to all. So very prompt too. I love that you can sort into the name of the family you are researching makes is so very much easier for all. Well done and I appreciate it..Glenis

FISHEREdmund Fisher headstone.Thank you for the headstone photograph. The content was very helpful in verifying dates.

FISHERThank you & help requestThank you for the image of the headstone for John Fisher in St Mary the Virgin's Church Cemetery, Richmond, Yorkshire. As well as the name of John Fisher who died in 1772, aged 80, there appears to be other names and information on the headstone. I am wondering if anyone can tell me what the names are and what the information is. It would be lovely if someone could help with this. Many Thanks.

FISHWICKJoyce Madeline FishwickExcellent service. Very quick response. Many thanks for your time. Judy Martin

FISHWICKChildren of William and Jane FishwickChildren of William Fishwick (born about 1770) and Jane were christened in St Mary's, Whitby. They were Joseph and Thomas, christened in 1796. Are there any death records/headstones with the Fishwick surname in the church ground?

FISHWICKPhotoThank you so much for the link to the enlarged photo of the gravestone I requested it was much appreciated and very quick.

FISHWICKFairfax Fishwick graveThank you for supplying the image of the grave. Your website is outstanding and you must be proud of it.It has helped us link the Fishwick's of Appledore, Devon to families in Liverpoo.

FISKFantastic Aid to Family History researchThis is a brilliant site, easy to use, and very useful. Run by a true professional, this is a massive aid for anyone really into their family tree research. Requests are responded to in mega quick time!! Cannot fault the service. A+

FISKENExcellent ServiceImpressed with the service and quality of photograph. Many Thanks

FITCHLinks not displaying requested images...Hi, Three out of the last four images I have requested have resulted in a link in my Requested Images list, but no image in the resulting pages. The page that loads states that 0 images were found for the 'named subject'. If there are no images for these listing, then there are no images. I just thought you might want to have these issues brought to your attention. The images in question are: Photographs of Bert Broom monument (grave 214308) 0 images found for Bert Broom grave monument Photograph of John Fitch monument (grave 95405) 0 images found for John Fitch grave monument Photograph of Percy Henry Fitch monument (grave 121060) 0 images found for Percy Henry Fitch grave monument Kindest regards, Billy Mitchell .... more

FITCHThanksCharles, once again I have to thank you for the quick response to m request. Your site is a wonderful service to all those interested in their forefathers. I recommend your service to all tha contacts that I make.My sincere thanks,Marina

FITTONThank you very much for the service you Thank you very much for the service you provide.

FITZ-HENRYThank youThanks for the high resolution image of Ann Jane NELSON's (nee Faught) gravestone. I have referenced it on Wikitree where I am fleshing out this family tree. If anyone is interested in looking at their bois, please start at

FITZGERALDThank youWonderfully clear image of the Dance grave. Much appreciated.

FLACKFlack GravestonesThank you very much indeed for your swift response to all five of my requests for copies of headstones relating to the Flack surname. The images are of excellent quality and the information on the headstones regarding death dates and family relationships most useful to my Flack One Name Study.Your time and effort is vey much appreciated

FLACKThank youThank you for allowing me to access one of the gravestone pictures, it was very helpful. Just wondering - was looking at Twickenham cemetery where I know my grandparents are buried but their name does not appear. Are only some of the graves photographed to date?

FLACKEtwo Flacke records at St. Maurice Briningham, NorfolkThe two people you have listed records for are Thomas A Flacke (reverent) and Richard Flacke I am being assisted by Andrew Lancaster in researching this family from whom we are both descended. He's a fellow Aussie currently living in Belgium Lin

FLATTWar GraveThanks you very much for the picture of my relative Joseph Flatt's headstone

FLECKNEYThank youMany thanks for the requested photo Charles. I really appreciate this wonderful free resource.

FLEMINGThomas Fleming headstoneThank you for sending me the larger size photograph. I really appreciate your prompt response. The information on the headstone is of great help to me in my research into my husband's ancestry.


FLEMINGA most useful resource. Many thanks for A most useful resource. Many thanks for your hard work.

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.

FLEMINGThank you! Thank you so much for your speedy informative reply - this has been a huge help for my family research and I'm looking forward to accessing the links you've provided.

FLETCHERThank you for fast efficient and friendly serviceThank you for your fast, efficent and friendly service. Fantastic website! Well done!

FLETCHERThanks for doing such a great jobIt really meant a lot to see the war memorial recording the death of my 2x great uncle in WW1. The info on the headstone where his parents were buried included him as well and so I was able to confirm where he was wounded and where he died in France. Thank you

FLETCHERFAMILY HISTORYThank you for the speedy service. The photo has filled a gap in our search

FLETCHERPlease note that Margaret Crane / FletchPlease note that Margaret Crane / Fletcher died in 1873. .... more

FLETCHERThankyouThank you, this is a wonderful service provided. I will certainly be visiting the grave. I would like to help if possible photographing in my local area to assist others the same.

FLETCHERJane Fletcher and parents, George and Jane.Many thanks to all concerned in providing me with the image of the headstone of my Great,great grandparents. With gratitude, Anne B.

FLETCHERWilliam Fletcher - Pioneer of Port BotanyI am searching for information about William Fletcher who lived at Yering near Melbourne until 1853 when he returned to England. Was pleased to find a picture of his resting place on this site. Many thanks for it. Great site.

FLETCHERWell Done!!This is a great service. Very efficient and I found a number of headstones and a few new relatives. A big thank you to both Charles and those volunteers who made it possible. Lots more to look at but sooo helpful!

FLETCHERfamilySusan Nethersole Fletcher, gravestone no 757934, is mother to Edward Travers Fletcher

FLETTThanksThank you Charles for the work you are doing. When the distances make visiting impossible personally this site provides a valuable addition to research.

FLEURYThanks 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

FLINTSo much of my family was here!Thanks so much for all of the work you have done, I hope you view it with pride! - Sheryl

FLINTFLINT, WALKERThanks, this is really useful, especially as I live abroad and so have limited opportunities to visit the graveyard

FLINTPhotosThank you so much for the work in preserving the headstones of these people. I appreciate the transcriptions as well. This has been very helpful. Janice

FLITCHERname correctionJames Flitcher on the grave should be James Fletcher. A well known family in Wollombi NSW. He was married to Matilda Williams (nee Primer). Thank you for the opportunity to look at these graves and also add corrections. Great site thank you

FLORYA Massive Thank YouWhat a fantastic job you have done here! Your hard work is very much appreciated and has helped me in my quest researching the Flory's. Thank You.

FLOUNDERSFlounders in Berwick upon TweedThank you very much for the pictures you supplied of several ancestors graves from the Flounders family in Berwick upon Tweed. I had traced my ancestors back to Berwick but the church warden could not find any graves listed in their records for the Flounders family which was leading me to believe I was researching the wrong area.

FLOUNDERSBerwick Holy Trinity church I would like to thank Gravestone Photographic Resource who helped me to confirm residence of my ancestors in Berwick with their photographs of gravestones as these gravestones have now been removed.

FLOWERSMany ThanksThank you Charles, for your prompt and outstanding service, for the photo of the headstone I requested,very much appreciated indeed,

FLOWERSThank YouYour site is a great resource. Thanks to you and the volunteers. Wish I knew about it long ago.

FLYNNThank youThank you for a very valuable piece of my family history puzzle. You provide a very valuable resource for people researching their family history and it is very much appreciated by this particular researcher.

FLYNNThank you very much for the headstone phThank you very much for the headstone photograph.

FNLAYSONFNLAYSON & HARROWPleae thank all the volunteers photographers for their brilliant service which is so precious for overseas genealogist. On the image = Annie DUNNET is the aunt (not wife)of Alexander FINLAYSON who did not marry. Avis

FOGERTYThanksThank you for the photos. They have cleared up a couple of mysteries.

FOGGINMany thanks for the quick response to myMany thanks for the quick response to my request for a copy of the gravestone of James Foggin. Now on to the exciting part of proving this is my son's 6th G Grandfather.

FOGGOThank youI really appreciate your sending the very clear photo of Thomas Foggo so quickly. What a wonderful service for those of us who live so far away.

FOGGONFantastic web site also very fast serviceDear Charles. Thank you so much for your fast reply and the gravestone image which has helped me greatly, unfortunately the James Foggon shown on the headstone is not the one I was hoping to find, having the parents names on it was the the give away. The James Foggon I have in my tree was born in 1820 in Thropton Rothbury and his father was a Thomas Foggon but the mothers name was Ann Young not Isabella, probably related somewhere along the line. Thank you once again for your speedy help. Very kind wishes. William Reay South Yorkshire.

FOLDSLooking for FoldsI am researching my family tree and would be very interested to make contact with anyone descended from Folds of the Kings Walden, Ley Green, Frogmore, Breachwood Green areas. Of specific interest are the Folds descended from John Folds 1741-1820, who came down from Burnley to work as a carpenter at Luton Hoo. He would be my 4 x Gt Grandfather and I am a descendent of his grandson Obadiah.

FOLEYGravestone of Thomas & Amy FoleyThank you so much for your quick response. Living in Australia makes things so much more difficult and your wonderful service is a great help. Congratulations to all involved.

FOLEYFoley family plotsThank you for dedicating your time and sharing this valuable resource free of charge.

FOLEYGravestone Photograph: John Whitefield Foley ( Bideford East the Water)Thank you very much for this photograph, which was very informative. John Whitefield Foley was my Great Grandfather. My father was William Henry Foley.

FOLEYLooking for information re: Augustine FoleyA great service and assistance for those trying to track down relatives

FOLKARDThank-you: FOLKARD/FLATTThank you for providing this wonderful resource for family history. Living in the U.S., I would never be able to obtain all the info your site can provide.

FOLLANDMany thanksThank you for providing the image I requested and more importantly this invaluable service, it is much appreciated.

FOLLETTFollett FamilyThank you for a wonderful and free resource. Very much appreciated. I found also a photo of John Wenban in the Wilberforce Cemetery, NSW. Best Regards.

FOLLEYGravestone Photoographs for William Folley x2 , and Frederick FoleyMany thanks for providing these images, which may be helpful in my family research.

FONEMaud Mary (nee Clark)Visiting graveyards is now sadly beyond us due to my wife’s illness, but this resource has helped us with our internet based research. Many thanks to you and all the volunteers for this website.

FONROBERTGreat ResourceExcellent resource and many thanks. For future researchers, be advised that other family members are buried here including the wife of Charles Louis Fonrobert, Sophie Florentine Ida, and at least his daughter Florentine Louise Agnes Fonrobert whose son in law, artist Richard Daniel Fabricius, created the kneeling angels of the gravesite monument. Other family members are likely buried here also.

FOORDWife's family in Alfriston, SussexThank you for this great service! It is invaluable to distant researchers!

FOOTEThank you! Great resource for genealogistsThis is an excellent site! Very easy to navigate and obtain information. My thanks and compliments to you.

FOOTERErnest Edgar FooterThank you so much to the people at GPR for your assistance being able to see the actual Plaque in St Andrews Church regarding Ernest Edgar Footer is greatly appreciated, Regards Andrew, Wellington, New Zealand

FOQUETTThanks for a great service.Thanks for a great service.

FORDThanks for your helpThank you for finding the photo of my nan & grandad Fords grave.When i saw it as a child it was a full grave,and now just a headstone,so when we go down to Devon to visit the grave we know what to look for,plus i can show the children the picture.Many thanks this is a fantastic service.kind regards julie.

FORDMany Thanks for all that you do it is grMany Thanks for all that you do it is greatly appreciated . I would hope one day I can be of help .

FORDThomas & Hannah FordThank-you Charles, this website is a fantastic resource for family research. Congratulations well done Tracey (Australia)

FORDThank you!Thank you so much for sending the photo so promptly - great to see it, both for the feeling of the place and also for the very legible inscription. What an excellent project - I certainly couldn't have gone in person to see this grave!

FORDThank you!What an amazing service, thank you so much! I have just been able to find out so much about my family with a few clicks of a mouse. Thanks for the photo of their grave.

FORDCharles Pearson FordI found this site via Ancestry, and the picture of the headstone confirmed the dates of my third cousin.

FORDHAMI own a cased double rifle made for W A I own a cased double rifle made for W A Fordham. I am trying to find out as much as I can about him. Thanks for your help.

FOREMANThanksI believe Jemima Foreman is a distrant relative of mine. Thanks GPR for the photo and helping me with my research

FORGANGravestone photo ForganMy sincere thanks for your speedy response to my request for a photo. Ordered yesterday and received this morning. Excellent photo. Regards, Ian

FORGANPhoto image Thank you so much for such a quick response and the image. This helps a lot with my Forgan ancestry research. I certainly appreciate all your time and dedication to provide this.

FORGANGreat serviceThanks for the swift reply to my query. I had the detailed photo the next day and it has helped in my family research


FORMANWRONG MAIDEN NAMEJane Helen Mary Forman was born FORMAN not MITCHELL. Most of the names in your list were born FORMAN not MITCHELL.

FORMANWRONG MAIDEN NAMEJane Helen Mary Forman was born FORMAN not MITCHELL. Most of the names in your list were born FORMAN not MITCHELL.

FORRESTFORREST/DENDLEThank you for providing such a great service. I live in South Australia and to be able to see headstone of my ancestors in England, Scotland is fantastic. Many thanks Lyn

FORRESTForrestWebsite was very helpful as my family originated from Yorkshire and as I now live over two hours' drive away, I cannot easily get back to look around the local cemeteries.

FORSEThanksThank you! Great service, saved me a trip! Kind regards Jon

FORSTERThank you Thank you so much for your quick reply and giving me the gift of seeing his headstone. What a wonderful site, I will be revisiting it again. It brings the world alot closer. Keep up the good work. Di (New Zealand)

FORSTERThankyouA great photo of the gravestone of William Robinson Forster & Eleanor Walker (nee Winship) Thank you so much.

FORSTERExcellent site What an excellent site I came across it quite by accident researching my Forsters, requested an image had a prompt response with extra information. Thank you so much.

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

FORTCorrectionFull name:Adam Clapperton FORT born 1844 Wife: Annie Maria FORT

FORTNUMDuring my research into my father's famiDuring my research into my father's family I have found this website particularly useful. I will certainly use it again - thank you.

FORWOODWhat a great site.Thanking you for this site.

FOSBERYCorrection to GPR dataWith the help of a photographic image I was able to locate the grave in Gunton St Peters Churchyard. I could then establish that the first name on the website data sheet was spelled incorrectly. Instead of Georgina Emily Adeline Fosbery (1885 - 1974) it should be Georgiana Adeline Fosbery. Many thanks to Gravestone Photographic Resource. BS .... more

FOSDIKEFOSDIKE. ALLEN. BOATWRIGHTVery prompt and efficient service,thank you Charles.

FOSTERThanks Charles big Help on the Foster FaThanks Charles big Help on the Foster Family info Great to know you are there, and there is still more names in this extended family Thank you BFG

FOSTERHEATHER ISABEL FOSTERHello we are trying to find an reference to a Heather Foster that died at a young age of 3 month's old. She died in Hartlepool according the the death certificate and we were wondering if anyone knew where she was buried and if she had a marker or headstone??

FOSTERFoster FamilyThank you for the the photo of James Foster grave at St Peter's Morley. The maternal side originated from Sussex and because of your site I am able to fill in some of the gaps in my family tree. I did have a photo of my grate grandfather's grave at Morley Cemetery (Leeds Municipal) but at present I am unable to locate it. His name was Jabez Foster. As I am no longer living in Morley I am unable to take another photograph.

FOSTERWhat a wonderful resourceA big thank you to all who have spared their time to make a resource like this possible. It is a invaluable tool for researching family history as without this there is no way i could travel to actually to take the photo myself.

FOSTERThank youThank you for sending me the photos of my ancestors in a large enough format that I can read the inscriptions for myself. Being unable to get to the cemetery, I was so glad to have found their grave on your website! I've added some dates and relationship information in the hope that it will be of help to others.

FOSTERMary Foster (Holliday)Thanks for the enlarged gravestone image. Very helpful in identifying actual dates of death/

FOSTEREnhanced image of headstone.Thank you for the very clear image of the headstone. This has now given me the date of death.

FOTHERGILLMany thanks for another great gravestoneMany thanks for another great gravestone photograph.

FOUHYWilliam FouhyThanks for the great photo. Will research some more on the family connection. Great work Charles

FOULDSRobert Foulds. Leeds.Robert Foulds Born 1823 Sutton-on-Trent Nottinghamshire Occupation - Schoolteacher Married Mary Smith 1851 in Southwell Nottinghamshire Died August 4th in Leeds Buried at St. Michaels and all Saints Headingley Leeds West Yorkshire

FOULGERHealful siteI found the site to be of great help in my family search

FOULISFoulis HelpDoes anyone have any info on Olipher Foulis 1785 and Ann Foulis (Reid) 1774 ? I am researching (trying:) their line as I ma directly descended from them. I come through their daughter Stewart Foulis who married George Burghar in 1835. Any info on any foulis?

FOWLERA great resource!Thank you for you greatly appreciated assistance.

FOWLERFOWLER/CHAPMANOnce again many thanks to you Charles and to the army of volunteers who take time to photograph graves and index the details.

FOWLERExcellent Service!Thank you so much for the photograph! I moved to London over 30 years ago and have not seen Denis' grave since I about 20. I never knew my brother as was killed before I was born.

FOWLERGreat resourceDear Charles Many thanks for your great resources in photos of headstones etc. This has been most helpful because it explains the relationships far better than I had researched. With nearly everybody called John or Elizabeth it is easy to get confused. I have added some christening dates where I have been able to. With much appreciation, Rev

FOWLERUnreadableHi, In the Old Calton Cemetery, Edinburgh, Scotland there is a headstone for Alexander Fowler which also lists Penelope ?, William ?, George ?, John Wauchope & Alexander Goodsir (Fowler) Unfortunately, headstone is overgrown in ivy. If possible, would like the ivy pulled away and another photo taken. many thanks Leigh

FOWLESMany thanks Many thanks for your prompt replybto my request forvthe photo of my great Uncle William Frederick Fowles. Your service is much appreciated.

FOWLESApparrent duplicationI am researching the FOWLES family in Worcestershire, England. There appear to be two gravestones for Mary FOWLES [died 1893] No. 3008 at St James, Callow End and No. S6300063 at St Peter, Powick. The photos of each grave look the same to me. The people on the gravestone are the same except that Mary is 83 on the Callow End Entry and 80 on the Powick one. Her death registration is as follows: FOWLES, MARY; Aged 80 [thus born about 1813]; GRO Ref.: 1893 Q4 in UPTON-ON-SEVERN Vol. 6C Page 190. Both Powick and Callow End are in the Upton-on-Severn Registration District. Mary FOWLES nee NEWMAN married William FOWLES 06 Oct 1834 at All Saints, Worcester, Worcestershire, England. Their son Mark Henry FOWLES was baptised 28 Feb 1841 in Madresfield, Worcestershire, England. He died in Worcester Infirmary 25 September 1903 although he was living Saltmarsh Castle, Bromyard, Herefordshire where he was presumably a farm bailiff.

FOWLIEWILLIAM ALEXANDER FOWLIE - Photograph of his grave at Laceby cemetery no. 273678I have already requested a photograph of this grave before Christmas but am having difficulty in my request being accepted. This is not a spam but a genuine request. Why is there a problem? .... more

FOWLIEThank you for the photographIt was wonderful to see a photo of my grandfather's grave. I was taken to see it as a child with my parents and grandmother. However on the original information there appeared to be other relatives on the gravestone who I was not familiar with but were not on the actual gravestone itself which is a bit of a mystery.

FOXLawrence, Elsie & Keith FoxThank you for the two photos of the graves of Lawrence and Keith Fox at Lobethal General Cemetery. I believe there should also be one for Elsie but there is no record on your website. Thank you again.

FOXOnce again a big thank you to all concerOnce again a big thank you to all concerned for this fantastic site. Thank you for the images I received of the graves in St Barnabas, Weeton. Fantastic. I shall certainly be making a donation.

FOXFox Family CoxwoldThank you for the wonderful photo which i can now use in my personal file for my family history research

FOXThank you for the swift reply. An excellThank you for the swift reply. An excellent website. George John Fox is another distant relation that has been accounted for.

FOXThank you for the prompt service. A bit Thank you for the prompt service. A bit more evidence to add to the family tree

FOXThanksThank you for the photograph of Clementina Barwick (nee Fox)'s monumental inscription. I am researching the Frost family; John Frost married Maria Fox in 1812, St Clement Danes, Westminster. Maria was the daughter of Henry Smallpeece Fox and Susannah Allerton. Henry Smallpeece Fox and Clementina were siblings, children of Joseph Fox and Elizabeth Smallpeece.

FOXThe Fox family of BawtryThis is the first I have heard of this website and I am most impressed with the level of research material available. Having spent several years (unsuccessfully) trying to find my mother's birth-mother I have now turned my attention to creating a database of the 1901 Census for Bawtry. I am still compiling the results and have worked through about 50% of the town. I am hoping it will eventually shine some light on life at the turn of the last century in rural England. Thank you for your input.

FOXFORDMany thanks for answering my query, whatMany thanks for answering my query, what a great site.

FOXTONThanksReceived your link to the relevant requested headstone in under a day.Many thanks for a helpful and swift service. Will be browsing this great site many times in the future and if I get photos of my own to contribute will gladly pass them on. Your efforts are much appreciated.

FRAGALLWhat a fantastic service you are offerinWhat a fantastic service you are offering here. I was so impressed at getting a response just a few hours after making my request. Thank you very much. I will be back because I know there are some more pictures there that I would love. Thanks Charles. This is an invaluable resource.

FRAMINGHAMthanksYet again you have come across trumps with information as to what happened to my ancestors. I don't know what we would do without all these photographs that give us these little clues we need to sort out our ancestors. Thank you very much

FRAMPTONExcellent resource. My mother is currently researching her mothers maternal line looking for louisa(charlotte) frampton,and I came across this site by accident. Thank you for providing this information.Im hoping that this is the Frampton we are looking for and will enable further research as my mother has come to a seemingly dead end on this part of our family tree. Thank you again😊

FRANCISFrederick and Mary Ann Francis grave marker in SurreyI also found your website by accident, and I am very grateful that I did so. I assumed that I would never find this information and I am so glad I was wrong. Thank you for providing me with the picture and so quickly.

FRANCISWebsiteThis is a brilliant service and is proving to be really useful. It saves a great deal of time and petrol.

FRANCISWe thank you from the USFrom all of the people in the US who are descendants from family in the UK, we send our fond appreciation for what you are doing. Most of us do not have the means to travel to England and without your kindness would never find links to our past. Thank You for all you do. We appreciate it.

FRANCISWith ThanksYou are my saviour - I've been trying to find Walter Francis's death record for months without success. I had discounted this one on the basis that the 2 ship log records I found both have him as 38 and from Chelmesford. Do you have any idea where these details would have originated from.

FRANCISfeedbackThank you so much. The image you sent was good.

FRANKFRANK, JOSEPHINELooking for the cemetery in New Jersey where Josephine Frank is buried. Born Nov. 1, 1892 Died Feb.2, 1991 at age 99.She resided at Point Pleasant Beach, county of Ocean zip code 08742. She was never married and in a Nursing Facility in Point Pleasant. Any help would be appreciated. Thank You

FRANKThomas FrankJust to say “Thank You” for the fast and efficient service. I will try and add to your North Front Gibraltar graves this Sept 2014 Regards Bernie

FRANKISHAndrewThis is a great service. I am so grateful to have been able to see images of the gravestones of my 3 x great grandparents, Martin Frankish and Eleanor Barnard.

FRANKSThank youThanks very much for providing this service, it is very helpful.

FRARYSamuel FraryThank you very much for sending the photo so quickly. It is a super image and a useful addition to the file that I am creating for this man.

FRASERAnother result!Great site, great effort by those involved. Thanks

FRASERthank youi would like to thank every one involved with this site it is nearly impossible to research my family any other way than your site thank you

FRASERlooking forwinifred fraser (nee buckingham)would like to know where she is burried died 1920?? her husband was william hanton fraser she had a daughter eileen in 1919 husband came to australia with the child any info on winifred or photo were she is would be great thankyou irene

FRASERThankyouThank you for sending me the photos of the tombstone of James Dick Fraser. I very much appreciate the time and effort put into compiling a site such as this and your willingness to share it.

FRASERThankyouThank you for sending me the photos of the tombstone of James Dick Fraser. I very much appreciate the time and effort put into compiling a site such as this and your willingness to share it.

FRASERLooking for my G-G-Grandfather William FraserI am extremely grateful for your complete and prompt response to my inquiry regarding a specific gravestone. While the information did not tie to my family search, I was so impressed with the scope and organization of your database. So very gracious of you to provide this public service.

FRASERFeedbackI am so grateful to you for all the work that went into making this site available. I have found at least four gravestones that have given me a great deal of information on my family. I will be signing up as a volunteer


FREDIANIFrediani family Thankyou so much for this websie if only there was more websites like this. i think i have found my great uncles wife and a very likely other distant relative but still working on the what when and how. would love to hear from other fredianis or those that are from a frediani line.

FREEJethro Row Free and Margaret MeadowsI need to confirm that Margaret Daisy Free's maiden name was actually "Meadows". .... more

FREELANDThank you so much for your work. I've nThank you so much for your work. I've now found out that William Freeland worked at Head Wrightson & Co and will try to follow this clue to find out more information.

FREEMANValuable informationthank you very much for a wonderful web site i have looked up lots of family tree names and found it so very useful

FREEMANThe websiteWhat an excellent idea - we should all be trying to donate to this sort of website and I shall certainly do so in future. Thanks.

FREEMANMany thanksMany thanks for sending my William Freeman requests in West Bridgford, and so fast too. First time I've found your site, and what a superb site, I'll be back

FREEMAN Thank you for an amazing resource. TryinThank you for an amazing resource. Trying to fill in family members with in a tree. Now have more questions to research.

FREEMANThank youWhat a wonderful service & would like to thank you very much. Seeing the headstone confirms I have the correct person in my tree. Very grateful to you for the time & effort it will take to do this free service.

FREEMANStratford on Avon Graves - FREEMAN / ROBERTSThank you once again - after going round in circles for months I've cleared a family hurdle which has puzzled me and confirmed a link with another branch of the family. A great service offered and so helpful!

FREEMANFREEMAN ERNEST AND JANE Found this valuable site by a link from ANCESTRY but to find the details supplied by this site was amazing ...too actual see the headstone gave a tangible link in a family tree ~ THANK YOU SO MUCH

FREEMANFreeman/Procter/Rutter family linksFirst many thanks for the photo what a great service. I have wills for Jane Freeman and son Amos Freeman, but Joseph Freeman does not have one, Amos married a Jane and they had a daughter Eliza jane Freeman, her uncle was William Rutter.The will of John Procter of Ripon mentions Jane Freeman (Amos's Mother) as being his cousin, so what was Janes Maiden name? was she a Procter, a Rutter or what? John Procter was a cousin of brothers George Procter and Thomas Procter (my 3x great grandfather). Anyone Know Janes Maiden name?.

FREEMANFreeman headstone Alberton Cemetery Victoria, AustraliaThank you for the image of the headstone. I live interstate and am unlikely to visit The photo was a great help in verifying information. Much appreciated. Thomas Freeman was my husband's great-great uncle. Came to Australia c1853 with his father Joseph

FREEMANTLEgrave monument picturesThanks very much for the prompt, detailed response to my request. There is a lot of work that goes into compiling these records and it is greatly appreciated.

FREESTUNDisplaying entries for different spelling?Hi CharlesThis is a wonderful resource, and fantastic to find. Thank you so much.It's very disappointing that anyone would abuse such a website.I'm wondering why there are a lot of entries for my family 'Freestun' which are listed as Freeston.While there may be links and misspellings, if a gravestone says Freestun, could it not be listed as such.I expect this is a huge job, and would be happy helping you, by identifying gravestones incorrectly listed. .... more

FREESTUNFreestun family Thank you for the information and photo of Caroline Elizabeth Vaughan-Jenkins grave, which mentioned her husband Humphrey May Freestun. Thank you everyone involved in the GPR project.

FREETHWonderful service! Very helpful!By the way ... maybe an option to link to entries would ne helpful, For example incase husband and wife are buried in different place. Or to link related children.

FREKE.. and the walls begin to crumble ! Freke Dorothy Flock /Flooke/Fluck LANE b. 1730 Gloucester. My 5 x great-grandmother's first name,Freke has always been a puzzle, but now at last its origins are beginning to unravel. Just by chance I happened upon this site and I'm so glad I did. Now I am able to widen and hopefully confirm her relationship to the LANE/GRANT/COLCHESTER/MAYNARD families.

FREMLINExcellent resource. Thank you.Excellent resource. Thank you.

FRENCHThank You!Dear Charles, I wanted to personally thank you for all of your hard work and the great service you provide to those of us interested in gravestone photos. You are a good human being.

FRENCHPicture of French headstoneThank you so much for responding to my request for a picture for the French family headstone. I appreciate this site and how helpful it's been.

FRENCHThank you - photo receivedThis particular stone is very difficult to read and without visible dates and mention of other family members so may not be evidential but I appreciate your useful service.

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

FRERESymbol on Frere headstones in Hove and ThorleyThe symbol of Christ crucified on an anchor seems to be common Frere theme and your addition of the Hove, Sussex headstone for John J B Frere has prompted me to research the family connection further. Thank you for your informative website.

FRESHFIELDFantastic serviceThis is a great service. Thank you for the work you have done and the speed with which I received the image. .... more

FROBISHERExcellent website, thank you for the imaExcellent website, thank you for the image. Gives that extra bit of information which makes researching family that little bit more personal. I have a photo of this particular gravestone from an earlier date before 2 of the names were added.

FROODGravestone ImageI came across you web site by pure accident. What a brilliant service you offer. I will certainly send you some images I have that might be of use. Thank you again.

FROSTFROST AND HARBUTTThank you so much. I found this site purely by chance what a fantastic resource.

FROSTUnforgettable WorkThe Thomas/Alice Frost gravestone is beautifully captured in the photograph. Thanks Charles for your dedication to this ever-growing field.

FROSTAshford Gravestone - FROST & LIMERThank you for sending the picture so quickly, and what a marvellous and interesting site to come across. Thank you again.

FROSTRhoda FrostI would just to express my thanks to Charles for providing such a valuable FREE service. Anyone researching family history will know how kind this is when so much money is to be made. This website is Gold. Thank you so much!

FROSTCharles Daniel FrostA huge help to find the WW2 Memorial at Buckfast Abbey in the collection. Saved me petrol, time and effort and enables me to tell the American enquirer more than before.Thanks. Everyone who uses this site should reciprocate with a picture!

FROSTThanksMany thanks for your latest photos of the Frosts at Hungarton. I had wanted to thank you previously for earlier photos but hadn't been able to find the link. Kerry

FROSTFamily Research I was delighted to find a picture of a gravestone confirming the names, death dates and occupation of my great uncle and great aunt. Additionally, I I also saw new information on this uncle's profession. Thank you.

FROSTExcellent resource - decided to become a volunteerOnly used this site rarely, but was directed to it via a search. The photograph I requested arrived very quickly and provided me with further research details and a new resource to add to my tree. Thank you.

FRYETTGreat ServiceThank you so much for your prompt response to my request for the image of Daniel and Sarah Fryett's headstone. We have suspected Daniel Fryett was the missing link on our family tree and having this image is really a great help.

FRYETTmarriage or death records - DOUGLAS FRYETTborn in Balham London UK. in Australia from 1916 to 1925 then can't find anything. No UK records after 1911.

FRYETTThank youThank you for your immediate response much appreciated.

FRYMANEmma Teresa FrymanEmma Teresa Fryman`s maiden name was Forward. She was born 1872 in Grimsby. She was the daughter of Joseph Pascho Forward. Emma Theresa Forward and James Fryman: Marriage: 25 July 1894, Old Clee Parish Church, Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

FUDGEFound exactly what i was looking forAlways refer back to this site when i am looking for grave information - always find what i am looking for and easy to use site. Thanks

FUFFFUFF/FAFE - Thank you so much GPRBrilliant! This on-line resource is so useful for confirming all sorts of family history information. Quick and easy to use. Well done GPR!

FULCHERThank you I am very grateful for the photo you have allowed me to view. It has helped greatly with my research into my family tree. Thank you again. Lee

FULLERWonderfulA brilliant service delivered quickly and efficiently. It means so much to see the images supplied. Thank You and Very best wishes.

FULLERFULLER/BRISTOW/RONDEAUMany thanks for the wonderful job you do to get us these pictures/

FULLERThank you so much for providing this wonThank you so much for providing this wonderful service. It's very much appreciated, as travelling the globe to find my ancestors simply is not possible. You have made my day by showing me the last resting place of my 3x great grandparents.

FULLERThank youThank you very much for all the work you and your team of helpers do for this project. The image of the gravestone has come out very well but I will certainly consider helping to photograph & record gravestones in the future but not quite ready for that yet. Is there a way of finding the location of the grave (image 4099 buried in 1857) with in the cemetery? Thank you once again Veronica Moloney

FULLERTONThanksThank you for providing such an invaluable source of research. This will certainly help me in my quest to research my Scottish/Irish ancestors.

FULLSTONCyril & Thelma FullstonThank you so much for the photo of the grave of Cyril & Thelma Fullston. It was much appreciated.

FULTONThanksThanks - great service!

FULTONImage receivedThank you for the excellent service. Image received, nice and clear.

FURNERThank YouMany thanks for the photo of Elizabeth Bensleys Grave. I have used your great site several times and am most appreciative of your prompt service and all the helpful information you and your team of volunteers provide. Thanks again, Sue Green, Australia.

FURNISSGreat service.Can't fault the service from request to recept only took a few minutes and the quality of the images is excellent.

FURNISSImage of newly discovered relative's gravestoneThank you so much for the photo showing a newly discovered branch of my tree, Mary Dixon being my Grandfather's half sister I didn't know about until recently. She is named on her husband's stone.

FURPHYThanksThank you, much appreciated

FUSSEYThis is an extremely useful facility. ThThis is an extremely useful facility. The response to my three requests was phenominally fast. Thank you so much.

FUTTERA great help in my Futter research.A great help in my Futter research.

FUZZEY Thank you Your work is such a big help to me as I live in Australia. I am researching Elizabeth Fuzzey married to James Ellis superintendent surgeon in the Royal Navy.

FYFFELocation of Blackford Municipal Cemetery, Omagh, County TyroneI am trying to locate the address/coordinates of Blackford Municipal Cemetery, Omagh, County Tyrone where several Fyffe's are buried. I was in Omagh last November and was not able to locate it. Can anyone help?

JEARUMFREDERICK CHARLES JEARUMGrateful thanks for your commitment to this site - a really helpful service ;-) I had no idea that this service existed - many thanks for helping to bring my family to life ;-)

MANSELLFLORA MANSELLI was so pleased to at last find the resting place of Flora Mansell she was married to my grandfathers brother who was killed in ww1 france along with his uncle and younger brother. thankyouso much for your help I shall now take pictures of graves to help others.

THWAITESThank you for your prompt consideration Thank you for your prompt consideration and forwarding this great picture onto me for my family tree.

WATSONFARSIDE WATSONmany thanks for the gravestone image


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