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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
PORTAS Mary Portas Monument Seeing a clear image of this monument shows that she was Mrs Mary Portas and therefore not the person who was my 4x great aunt. .... more

LANEGeorge Henry LaneThe image was much appreciate and thank you for what you do

HARVEYBertha EAHarveyThe relationship between the two named people are that they were husband and wife.

LOCKAngelaThank you so much for all of the work that has gone into documenting these cemeteries. I was able to see my 3x Great Grandparents headstone George & Mary Lock because of your work.

SAMPSONAdditional informationRobert Sampson Grave at Barnsley The photo does not show the full headstone so some of this extra information may actually be on the headstone .According to the burial records published by.Barnsley Cemetery the grave number is L242. The occupants are Robert Sampson of Pitt St buried 25/06/1863 William Henry Sampson of Quarry St buried 13 May 1885 Mary Clark Sampson of Quarry St buried 24 May 1885 Albert Victor Sampson of Summer St buried 23 Mar 1888 The above 3 were grandchildren of Robert and children of Robert’s son Alfred and wife Eliza Eliza Sampson buried 9 Nov 1911 - wife of Alfred. Interestingly the records do not list Robert’s wife Ann, who subsequently married Joseph Lee, or their son John . There are several other members of this family buried at Barnsley Cemetery in Graves 16/72;F107; L 403 and G557.

LAINGThank youThank you to GPR for a super resource. Your painstaking work is much appreciated. I will continue to explore as I'm sure there are other gems to be discovered! I have already found one (in another name).

NEVILLEBessie NevilleThank you for your help on this gravestone

TAYLORAppreciationThank you for providing the images. I will be researching other surnames and this has been helpful.

BORTHWICKHugh BorthwickThank you to all volunteers for this site. It's invaluable!

LEARMONTThank youI am researching this family name as it was through marriage. What a great suprise it was to me to see all the names and dates right there. Thank you to whoever put this together.

SHENTONSHENTON, HAWKRIDGE, MCKIM, ETC : Thank youAs a volunteer for, I know of the time and effort that is put in to photograph headstones - and it all comes from the heart!! I live in the US and have found quite a few of my UK ancestor's headstones through GPR because of your work. Very very much appreciated!

STEELEExcellentThis is an excellent resource, with high quality images and super service.

WOODRUFFAnother piece of the jigsaw foundI have used this website quite a few times now. I’m really pleased that this website is available and helping me in my family research. I would highly recommend it. Many thanks

THOBURN Cha? Thorburn listing correction and info: ThoburnThe name on the gravestone is “Rachael wife of John Thoburn”. She was recorded in the 1841 census for South Tanfield along with her husband. I do not know what month the census was taken, but she evidently died the same year. John Thoburn remarried in 1842 to Elizabeth Smith, whose family lived in the next dwelling. The Thoburns and at least a couple of the Smith family immigrated to Johnstown, PA, USA in 1853.

LACEYRobert LaceyThank you for such a wonderful resource. I appreciate all the work that has gone into it.

WAITGrateful thanksThank you for the images which have given further avenues for research. A superb resource site.

Thank you very much for this site and thThank you very much for this site and the photos!!!

WIGGINSWiggins, Lumley, MorleyI'm researching LUMLEY's WIGGINS, MORLEY's of Yorkshire's area

PALMERConflation of two individuals named John PalmerMonument to Mary Bathurst in Bishops Lydeard, listed as 541734 & 530620 (I believe this is a duplication) The monument mentions Dr John Palmer, Warden of All Souls, first husband of Mary Bathurst. The monument also commemorates John Palmer esq., son of Mary and Dr John Palmer. It is the son's death gate that is given as March 15th 1689.

SCOTTSCOTT & OFFICEThis resource has been very useful in giving further information in my family tree research into a distant cousin Mary Anne Scott and her husband William Robert Office

TETLEYWrong details Further to my comments about the names on the gravestone of my grandfather Clarence Tetley, and the correct name of his wife. I since learned that Jane, one of my grandmother's sisters was also buried in the same grave, hence the confusion. Clara died in 1977, and Jane about 1988. Her proper name was Margaret Jane Tayler/Taylor, and she never married.

ANDERSONAnderson/ Buchan family Edinburgh and LothiansAfter a long search I found your site and wish to thank you so much for sending photos of my forebears graves. My next step is to visit the Cemetary and pay my respects.

DYBALLThank you very much for providing these Thank you very much for providing these images. It is a wonderful service that you give freely and I am most grateful to you. Rob Coleman

HARRYLorraine harryThanks for the photo of my cousins wife, sadly he died this year.

Thank YouThank you once again for a quick turnaround and great quality photo

PINNERThank you for this great resourceThank you for this great resource

Thank youThank you for providing this website, I appreciate all the work that has gone into it.

AppreciationVery many thanks for this fascinating and helpful site; especially useful for those who are unable to visit in person.

PYEPYEMany thanks for the image of the headstone for the Kebble family, citing their daughter who married into the Pye family

SMITHJoseph Smith christeningJoseph Smith, died 1835, buried at Coxwold, was christened 31 Dec 1749, Bishop Wilton. He was therefore born 1749, not 1750

LORDRosalie LordCorrections: Rosalie Lord was born 13 Jan 1877 and died on 5 Mar 1936 aged 56. Confirmed by Australian Birth Index 1788-1922 and Australian Death Index 1878-1985. .... more

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

JAMIESONMany Thanks!A wonderful website. Many thanks to Charles and all of the wonderful volunteers who make this available to genealogists worldwide!

CHEYNEWilliam Cheyne / Isabella Cheyne (Mitchell)William Cheyne, husband of Isabella Mitchell, is a brother to my great-great-grandmother (Barbara Cheyne/Webster). It’s nice to see physical evidence of information affirming online documentation. Would someday like to make an in-person visit. Looking forward to more potential discoveries. Limited expectations for a personal volunteer effort, but I will provide a donation. Thank you.

TUCK Thank You This is a great website, It makes it do muvh easier to view your ancestors gravesites espeacily when you live on the other side of the world.So a huge Thank You to all the volunters who contribute to this site

PRENTICEThank youMany thanks for your speedy response and photo of the memorial to Jessie Prentice (died 1896). The links within your email are very useful too. I expect to use your service again in the future.

CHAPPELLThank youMany thanks for this is most beneficial to people, like me, who live overseas and cannot visit cemeteries to seek headstone information for family research.

SORRENTINOMany ThanksThank you to GPR for providing this resource and images. I hope it will confirm the family search we are currently undertaking. Thanks again

BACKHOUSEthank you very good as usual Charlesthank you very good as usual Charles

BEESONThomas Beeson headstoneWhat a wonderful discovery I made when I found this site. I wish my grandmother were alive to see the beautiful churches and cemeteries. When I was a young girl she told me her grandfather Beeson was from England. Quality photograph was sent. Fun to look for family members. Thanks

BARRYDouglas Abel Barry, Archibald William Barry, Elizabeth Eleanor BarryThank you to GPR for the beautiful photos of the above memorials. Your photos have helped resolve birth and death dates on the older memorials. Keep up the good work. regards Robyn.

M'GIBBONPhoto of john M'Gibbon's gravestoneMany thanks for the excellent photo of Dr John M'Gibbon's grave.

BARRYJohn James Barry and Maude Henrietta AsimusThank you again GPR for the photo of the memorials of John and Maude. I really appreciate your help and time. regards Robyn.

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.

HUTCHINGSThank youI appreciate that you have this site. It was very useful for my ancestry research.

YARROWCharles Yarrow - date of deathDate of death on this site for Charles Yarrow is given as 1852. This may be for the son, Charles Yarrow. gives the DoD as 1834 and an age of 75. This gives a DOB of 1759, more in line with the wife's DOB of 1761. Source info on gives the DoD of the son as 1852, age 48 - buried in the same location/cemetery as the father.

Wonderful Site. Surprised to find a site that offers such great service. I received a reply to my email the same day together with a photo of the grave site. Super impressed that there was no fee. Very happy to forward the headstones I have.

MCKENNAGrateful thanksI am so appreciative of your resources - especially for cemeteries it is impossible for me to get to.

KINGDONKINGDON Grave MarkersMany thanx, most useful.

EARLEGreat SiteThis is a great site for researching family tree information. Thanks for all your efforts to share this information.


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