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DEBNEYThank You!Thank You for your hard work on this excellent site and for the grave stone photographs of my 5 x Great Grand Parents Richard Debney & Sarah Debney (nee Fisher). Cannot recommend this site highly enough. Thanks again.

BABBThank youThanks for all the work and research you so generously provide to others, it's a wonderful site.

THURLOWThank YouThank you so much Charles for supplying the photo's requested. They are so very helpful in tracing ancestors

TROWTrow family - NewdigateCharles, just wanted to thank you for the efforts you have put into this site. It is greatly appreciated, best, Jannine

YOUNGMany thanksThank you for making the photo of this gravestone for Esther Osborne available.

ANSONElva Sinclair AllinsonElva Sinclair Allinson Nee Anson was my 2nd cousin 1 x removed. a very quick response from helped in my research

BLOWERGrateful ThanksThank you for sending a link to the gravestone I was looking for; it has helped solve yet another family mystery!

MASONThanksDear Charles, Many thanks for your prompt and efficient response. Yours is a great initiative and I will certainly search your website in the hope of finding more relevant photos. Strange but seeing the headstone of one's ancestors (john Mason & Mary Ann Hildon) brings them alive, certainly if there is no family photo of them available. Once again thank you so much. Linda

PEBERDYGrave photoMany thanks for the gravestone photo of Patricia Edith Peberdy. A wonderful service and very prompt. I am in the local family history society in Mackay in Australia. We have photographed a lot of local cemeteries for use of our members locally. I am not sure if I would be allowed to contribute these to your site.

BLICKBLICK AND ROBINSONThank you for providing images for both of the above. It's great to see them as there is little chance that I would be able to have viewed themin person. Thanks again.

SNELLThank YouMany thanks to you and all contributors who allow us to use all these photographs .

CLARKClark's of Lenham, KentAmazing resource. Thank you.

MARGARSONJACK MARGARSONMy husband was thrilled to at last see his Father's gravestone. What a wonderful resource this is, thank you for all your hard work in producing it. We have the grave number, row etc., but seeing the gravestone will make the task of looking for it a whole lot easier in a very large cemetery! Once again, , many thanks.

SHEARWOODFantastic resource for genealogistsCongratulations on your fantastic website, it is a treasure trove for genealogists as memorials can give so much information. I am researching family name Shearwood, in Lincolnshire, UK. The earliest definite ancestor I have found is Joseph Hiram Shearwood, born 1766/1767 whose memorial confirmed that he was a surgeon. I may have found his father, William Shearwood, born c 1716 in Limber Magna (Great Limber), Lincolnshire, but this needs confirmation. Once again, many thanks for your dedication to this resource.

GIBBONGravestone imageThank you! The information on image extremely useful

LETTThanksAppreciate the enlarged photos as they enable to read the details more easily.

PhotosGreat service and very much appreciated by family researchers. Thank you for such a quick response as it it very helpful.

MAYAppreciation - MAY/ROBINSON/HUBBE/MULLERThanks for the photo. Much appreciate the time it takes to do this sort of work, and it is a valuable resource for genealogists.

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

PRICEjohanna matildaThis is a great site and so very helpful as now i have found johanna matilda price and her husband

MEEKA useful facilityVery impressed by this website. An excellent initiative for family historians. I asked for a high resolution picture of a possible ancestor and it was available in a few moments. Just in case someone from the Meek 'clan' reads this... I am attempting to track down my great- great-great grandparents Robert Meek and Jane or Jean Meek nee Gowans or Gowns whose son George Meek is noted at West Calder as birth 1.8.1801 and baptised on 16.8.1801.

WILLIAMS Wonderful resourceThankyou for providing such a wonderful resource at no cost (rare these days), to enable everyone the opportunity to access such invaluable information. I hope you can continue to provide this, as although gravestones aren't always able to be maintained at least their information can be retained and stored for the benefit of future researchers.

MORELYThank youThank you for the photographs.

JOHNSONOlive and Harold JohnsonThank you

DUFFThanksThanks for this service!

KISTRUCKThanksThank you Charles for the most recent photos supplied. You are dong a great job for FH researchers.

TALBOTGrandparentsAn excellent site. Very useful when it's too far to travel.

I received all my requests (6 in No)veryI received all my requests (6 in No)very quickly and the reproduction was excellent. Thank you and all the other people involved for allowing me to see these images from the comfort of my armchair.

BOURCHIERBourchier familiesThank you so much for the quick return on my requests for gravestone photos for James Bourchier and James Johnes Bourchier and their families. It is very much appreciated!

GROOMThanksThank you for all your hard work. Robert and Elizabeth Groom are my children's ancestors. The surprise was that their son died in Gallipoli - I did not previously know that.

HARVEYThanks for the photoThank you for your valuable service, providing photos for those who cannot possibly travel to cemeteries around the world.

COOKVery helpful for family tree searchThank you for the photo of my ancestor's grave in Charlwood.

ZELINDAMaria ZelindaMany thanks Charles, for the image of Maria's stone in Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh.

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

BERGThanks for your time & effort in provingThanks for your time & effort in proving a valuable resource. It is much appreciated.

LEEKSBeatrice Ellen Leeks/LastThank you for the image - greAT WEBSITE

SCANLANThank youThank you for a wonderful service

MANNWho knew?Never knew such a service existed, found through whilst searching family history. What a great person they made him sound, nothing like who he really was!

BESCHGood facilityFound the site via ancestry. Very impressed with the ease of use and speed of response to my request. Used image to complete a research project on Frederick Besch's Military service.

DODSONThanksThank you very much for the beautiful image of the gravestone of my 3xgreat-grandparents Hannah and Daniel Dodson.

WALKERFamily tree.I have to give many thanks to the people running Gravestone Photographic Resource who have been, through this website, extremely helpfull in providing a photo of the gravestone of someone in my family tree.

GREGORYThank you for the photos of the graves IThank you for the photos of the graves I have requested. Much appreciated.

BRUNTBRUNT/BRAINThank you. This photo provided very useful confirmation of the mother/daughter relationship

LONDONThank you very much for the photograph of Elizabeth London's grave. This is an excellent service.Any help on the Norfolk Londons gratefully received

RUTHERFORDJohn and Frances RutherfordThank you for the very clear image of my great grandparents' gravestone. This is a brilliant website!

WILKINSONA great resourceGreat site. Very easy to navigate with a wealth of information. Already have a positive result in the research of my family tree and i will be sure to return as more is revealed. Thanks Charles

NORMANThank you for a very quick response.I appreciated the very detailed photos that were sent so quickly. We are going to this churchyard in the near future and will now know what to look for. The two deceased were my grandfather and grandmother who lived in Great Cressingham.

ORPESincere thanks again. Your website has Sincere thanks again. Your website has helped me fill in lots of gaps with info that I have not been able to obtain elsewhere. A great service. Derek Step[henson

JACQUESFantastic resourceThis is a really useful website for family history researchers. Requests for photos of gravestones are dealt with really quickly and the photos themselves are sharp and clear making it easy to extract the information needed. Thank you Charles for all your hard work.

GAMSBYThanksThank you for providing this resource. It's very helpful to amateur genealogists like myself. Plus ot gives a sense of connecting with the past.


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