Gravestone Photographic Resource

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

CROSSwhere'd it go?I requested an image of Joseph and Elizabeth Cross's tombstone, but when I followed your directions and clicked on view image after filling out the request, it just sent me back to the start of filling out the request. where do I find the picture I requested? .... more

OLIVERHenry Ebenezer OliverThank you for the much needed photo. It helps me to move forward with my ancestry tree. You are doing a great job, well done.

BARRACLOUGHFinding great grandparents gravesI would like to find the graves of my great grandparents George Barraclough who died in the sub district of Kildwick County of York ( reg district Skipton) in 1927 ( born 1854) and Emma Barraclough ( nee Langdale) died in 1895 in sub district of Ovenden, counties of York & Halifax ( born in 1852) Is it possible that you can help please

BARRACLOUGHJoseph BarracloughThe grave of Joseph Barraclough Thank you so much, this is a great site, to be able to find a relatives grave and actually see a picture of it is such a bonus in my research for my family tree Thank you again for all of your hard work, much appreciated

HAFFNERGeorge and Sarah Haffner George and Sarah Haffner were my 4th great grandparents, so surprised their headstone is still standing after all this time. I live in Australia as my line came out here.

Thank you again CharlesI just wanted to say thank you again for assisting with an image of a family burial stone. The first one you helped me with a couple years ago was of my 2nd great grandmother that helped spur me on to seek more about my family in England. I am grateful for services like this that help people see stones that are so far away.

BEATTYAppreciation - JOSEPH BEATTYI would like to give my sincere thanks for the prompt service offered. The clear photography enabled me to clarify dates of birth and death for my ancestors.

PHILPOTTThank you for the imageThank you for the grave image for John Thomas Philpott and Emily Read at St. Michael and All Angels Cemetery. Much appreciated, as that is one of very few images connected to my great, great grandparents. Thank you.

INGRAMIsabella Maria IngramI am looking for the grave of my great aunt who was a patient in St Cadoc's hospital in caerleon, newport, wales. She died there on 8th July 1956 aged 81 years. I do not know whether patients were buried in the grounds at that time or whether she is buried in Caerleon cemetery. If anyone can help it would be a mystery solved in my family tree.

Thank youThank you so much for the lovely images of my 4x grandparents headstone. I couldn't believe just how quickly I could access the image once I had entered in the details. Amazing job guys - and once again thank you.

CRAIGIEMany thanks again for your kindness in sMany thanks again for your kindness in sending me a copy of the photograph

SIMPSONStone Quarrymen from Newbiggin then Windy Nook.Nathaniel Simpson 1807-1849. Gravestone shows he was dearly loved by his father William.

CASHMOREname of the person who had the stone erectedFred Ruddock was a native of Woolpit, who had immigrated to Canada. On a return visit he had stones erected for his Mother and Father, Caroline Ruddock, John Ruddock, and his sister and her husband, Rose and Robert Cashmore

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

HABBERSHAWreally useful websiteHabbershaw is just one of the names in my ancestry I am researching, and this particular grave is that of my 4 x great grandparents on one of my paternal lines. it is the grave of David Habbershaw and his wife Jane (nee Hawksworth). Thank you so much for this wonderful website!

CREEDYThankyou Thankyou for the picture of verena and percy Creedy -it helped me confirm a photo mistakenly labelled of my great aunts second cousin

SATCHELLExcellent siteI should think several of my ancestors are buried in Pensford and surrounding areas

MCLACHLANJanet Fyfe McLachlanThanks very much for the information on my grandmother's grave: Cemetery name: Dean 2e Cemetery location: Lothian Scotland GPR cemetery number: 601 Iain

WEBSTERJohn Henry Bayley WebsterI think the entry re above in Ipswich cemetery should be William Henry Bayley Webster not John .... more

GARDENERThank youThank you for your prompt reply and for all the hard work you do, it is very helpful and much appreciated

THOMPSONincorrect imageYour service is amazing and I am really grateful to all involved. However the image you have for the grave of Mary Ethel Thompson is not correct. It is an image of the grave of other family members. To put it another way images of graves 24090 and 24059 are of the same grave. Mary Ethel Thompson died and was born in 1890, her parents were William E Thompson 1850-1931 and Mary Ann Thompson 1854-1931. .... more

YOUNGThanksMany thanks for your work

STRIDEThank youI have just discovered this website and obtained my first memorial image - well done, what a fabulous resource! I will definitely be back ...

WALSHThabks for this brilliant service. PleasThabks for this brilliant service. Please stay safe during Covid

GOLDSMITHMabel (Allen) GoldsmithA kind person sent me images of Mabel (Allen) Goldsmith's engraved plot coping (1919-1942) and of her parent's Frances Allen and A Allen. In the image was a marker for Blanche B Barrett who died January 25, 1942 GPR number 390732, St. Mary's Church burial ground Norfolk, England. The images I received did not clearly show the dates of Mabel or her parents' deaths - could someone help?

BATYwrong year of birthSydney Baty was born in 1904 and not 1884. His age of the grave would be 30 not 50. This is because his father Joseph Baty was born in 1870 and his son would not have been born when he was only 14 .... more

MORRISONThank you very much Mr.Sale. The informaThank you very much Mr.Sale. The information obtained from the tombstone has been very useful. The photo is very good.

BARTLETTJohn Bartlett 1776-1852 DevonThank you Charles for the picture of John Bartlett.He and his wife Jane Borden were my 4th Great Grand parents. Using this gravestone and others found on this site I have been able to complete research on a number of Ancestors deaths. Regards Steve Hooper

BURGON ELSPETH BURGON - Thank You CharlesThank you very much for the picture of Elspeth Burgon`s headstone. A very important part of our heritage is being kept alive by the wonderful research that you do free of charge. I have used this site about seven times when researching my ancestors and the always respond quickly to requests. Regards Steve Hooper

RYMERSt michael's church, CoxwoldWhy are you advertising Zolucky, read the reviews, for trash from China

PARKERThanks again VickiThanks again Vicki

CUMMINGSAlexander CummingsOnce again thank you so much for your prompt action in supplying me with the gravestone image. So much detail on this gravestone - more family members than I expected. Great service

BRISTERFantastic imageOnce more this website has proved invaluable. I was unsure of who the wife of my Joseph George Brister was. Now it has been proved, thank you so much.

BRUCEThank youFabulous resource for Family Historians, easy to use, fast, and free - thank you

ALLISONGravestoneThank you so much for this photo. Being nearly 70, and in New Zealand, it is hard to get around to see parts of my family tree. We are involved with our local Genealogy Group in taking the photos of gravestones in New Zealand. Please keep up the great work, and again many thanks

COUCH Help?Hi, I am looking for Ann cou h I. Devon, she died around 1869 I. Stoke damerel. I have just discovered this site but am not sure what I'm doing. I can see they're is one record for Ann but am not sure where to go from here or how to request an image of the gravestone or to find out what churchyard she is buried in. Can anyone help please .... more

TOMSLawrence Edward Toms Thank you for the photo of Lawrence Edward Toms grave. I really appreciate your help. Keep safe and well. regards Robyn.

MCLEANBrilliant SiteThank you so much for your help.

RUSH REQUEST FOR PHOTOGRAPHOld Municipal Cemetery Ipswich SECTION 'L' ALL THE FOLLOWING ARE IN SAME GRAVE:_ ELIZABETH RUSH BURIED 1911..age 44 (Wife of John McLaren) ELIZABETH RUSH BURIED 1912..age 73 CHARLES RUSH BURIED 1922...age 87 THERESEA WOODS... JOHN McLAREN... I need a good resolution photo please.

MOUNSEYCannot locate Burial GroundYour details of my grandfather's grave give its location as Plot 63964 in St Michael and All Saints Burial Ground, Hersham Road, Walton on Thames, Surrey. However, I have been unable to locate this. I have the original Grant of Burial which quotes Hersham Road, but plot 94. Any suggestions how I might proceed please?

STEVENSThank you!Thank you so much for the photo of William (Herbert) Stevens' memorial in Bideford. You've helped me add a twig to my mother's family tree. This site is such a boon, esp for housebound genealogists!

MALLETTJames and Rosalie MallettThank you for the excellent service

feedbackAbsolutely fantastic. Service is unbelievable and the images are great.

WHIBLEYPlease note:- Re the WHIBLEY family who Please note:- Re the WHIBLEY family who were noted on a memorial stone to Arthur and Harriet WHIBLEY at St Peter and St Paul, Hever, Kent. Richard Edward, Thomas and David were all buried in South Australia. Elizabeth was buried at St Pancras Cemetery on 18 October 1878, Emily (married name Williams) was possibly buried Sept 1930 in Milton , Kent (not certain that this is correct) and Walter James Whibley was buried 28 Jan 1930 at Southwark, London, England.

HARDESTYThank YouThis is an amazing resource for gravestone pictures. It is remarkable that one person has organized such a wealth of information this is also easy to access. Thank You for all your time and effort to compile and maintain this information. The pictures for Thomas Hardesty were very helpful, I plan to search for other ancestors on this site. Have a great day!

PETITA very impressive serviceThank you for the very impressive service and fast turnaround of my request.

BURKESearching a graveHi. I'm trying to find my grandmother grave. Catherine Burke(burk at birth) DOB:7 October 1874. Death around 1953. Cemetery All Saints Jesmond Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Iv tried every grave search site I can find, I'm doing ancestry but still can't find the grave. Iv sent a 2nd email to all saints but still heard nothing back. Can anyone help please? Sharon

WINDEYERJohn Windeyer 1830-1892I have found this site to be very helpful. Being able to have were family were buried and if possible their grave stone. I am happy to help others with their research.

RUSSELLGreat ResourceThis free service is extremely useful in supporting family tree research. The efforts of the volunteers is invaluable and helps preserve history which would otherwise become lost.


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