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|UMPLEBY||Thank you so much for this website. In t||Thank you so much for this website. In the space of an afternoon I found several people linked to my family tree, as well as a correction of a surname.
Your work & that of the photographers is much appreciated.||20/04/2017||7510|
|UNDERHILL||Thank you.||I really appreciate being able to have a copy of the gravestone as I live thousands of miles away and it is unlikely I will ever be able to travel there myself.||03/02/2014||3975|
|UNDERWOOD||Very helpful||Thank you for sending such a clear photo of the gravestone of my great great great grandfather and grandmother. When my husband and I visit from Canada next year, I now have confidence that we will be able to locate the cemetery my ancestors remains are buried. ||25/08/2013||3586|
|UPCHER||Upcher family of Sheringham and Buxton Family of Cromer||I am very grateful to find such a site. Geneology has become a huge industry so glad there still some places where one can get good information for free. I am trying to fill in some of the blanks with the different branches of the family. My granny made a family tree out in 1935 with the help of a local vicar going back 26 generations. I´m a British ex-pat been living abroad for 35 years so hard to research from afar. Directly decended to a few Norfolk families, Upchers of Sheringham, Vale and Buxtons from Cromer. Thanks again. ||16/08/2013||3561|
|UPCRAFT||Many thanks for your fast, efficient, ge||Many thanks for your fast, efficient, generous and helpful service. ||10/08/2010||591|
|UPCRAFT||GPR Service||Many thanks for this excellent service. I'll check my many photographs for suitable images to add to your database.||27/10/2018||9691|
|UPHAM||Upham family in Totnes, Devon||My ancestor lived in Totnes for 30 years. I have not yet been able to visit to carry out local archive research but this excellent website, recently highlighted in WDYTYA? magazine has provided the information which will facilitate a future visit to the cemetery. Thanks so much, Charles, for creating this valuable resource.||27/07/2011||1767|
|UPHAM||UPHAM AND HOOPER||Just wonderful to get those photos. John and Jane Hooper, William and Mary Upham (Hooper), Francis Upham, Frederick and Ann Upham.(Millet) They all rest in the St Mary's Churchyard in Stogumber, Somerset. If anyone out there is a living cousin or knows any history, please contact me.
Many many thanks this is a wonderful resource site. Bernice Houghton New Zealand||18/07/2015||5133|
|UPTON||Sidney and Emily Upton Grave stone, Long Ditton, Surrey||Many thanks for sending the link to Sidney and Emily Upton's grave stone. This also included Emily's mother Ann Jane McKenzie. The picture was clear and it was easy to read the inscription. I was so pleased to get this information.||11/11/2012||2970|
|UPTON||UPTON/LAMPREY||Wonderful site. Thank you so much for the image - it is much appreciated.
|UREN||Finding missing ancestors||Thank you very much for the fast service and filling in the missing information for some ancestors, greatfully received.||23/10/2010||952|
|URQUHART||Thank you||Thank you for the excellent headstone image. It has given me the resting place of my Great, great grandmothers brothers and her Father also. ||10/08/2013||3552|
|URQUHART||Great resource||Excellent resource. I have added some extra information for the headstone of Edith May Urquhart.||24/08/2015||5193|
|URQUHART||Thanks||Excellent, just wanted to say thank you for all your hard work||09/12/2016||6741|
|USMAR||Birth name and known by name||Thank you for the photo of the headstone. It has clarified the issue where the forename she was known by differed from the names she was given at birth. Most helpful.||27/08/2011||1845|
|UTLEY||Fred Utley||I am most grateful to Charles for his speedy and helpful response to my request for an image of the memorial stone in Royston, Barnsley.
|UTTING||Samuel and Ann Utting||Many thanks for sending me the photo of Samuel and Ann Utting's gravestone. I only found out that they died in Lowestoft a week ago when I found them living with their daughter and her husband there in the 1861 census. They had previously spent several decades in Fakenham, Norfolk. This is a wonderful resource and I hope it grows and grows.||09/01/2011||1189|
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