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HARRIS Thank you for your help.Since I can not go to England, I just want to thank you for taking the time to take pictures and send them.

GAWNEThank you for the photographs, I receiveThank you for the photographs, I received them the day after I requested them, they are a great help, a lot of the Gawne family I an researching moved from the Isle of Man to Australia and your site has provided some information that I could not find, keep up the good work.

DI PLACITIODI PLACITIO/CAPALDI - distant cousinVery useful website and helpful in giving relationships where there is a family plot, helped me tidy up a few ends on a great aunt Domenica di Placito and her husband.

DUTHIEDavid Findlay grave monumentThank you so much for the photo of the gravestone. I visit Aberdeen annually and will now be able to find the headstone next year.For your information Maryculter is one side of the River Dee and Peterculter the other

WILLIAMSmany thanks for directing me to the photmany thanks for directing me to the photo of my great grandparents gravestone

ROUTLEYfeedbackThank you for the two headstones I requested. Very much appreciated and very quick to get them. Wonderful service.

ARCHERFrederick T ArcherFrederick T Archer committed suicide in February 1914 whilst serving on HMS St George docked in Chatham Kent. He was born in Elmset Suffolk 1881, and served as a blacksmith in Navy. Would he have been buried outside graveyard, or special area within cemetry?

ANDREWSThank you once again Charles for your prThank you once again Charles for your prompt response and attention to my request . I am looking for Gamage Andrews who allegedly died at sea and is buried or mention in a graveyard at Clovelly ,Devon ?

RICHESEdgar Charles RichesThank you for supplying me with a copy of the Banham War Memorial photo. A simple process.

COOKGeorge CookThank you so much for the image of my relative!

PEPPERELLGreat site for family researchThank you for the link to the gravestone I was interested in, very helpful. Still a mystery as to why only one child had Pepperell in their name but the search continues...….

CALDERFlorence Grace CalderI requested a copy of a photo of the tombstone for Florence Grace Calder (nee Hardy, All Saints Church burial ground, Beeston Regis, Norf.) and received it right away through a link on the website. I am very pleased with the service. I am researching Hardy, Fuller, Everitt, Hewitt. Am descended from James Hewitt Fuller, b. 1808, Hockering, Norf.

SKINNERGrave stoneThank you very much for assisting me in my research

CHERRYMany thanks for an excellent service andMany thanks for an excellent service and this has provided useful dates to further progress my research.

EARLEThank you.I'm very grateful to you and your team for providing such a great photograph and service. Thanks again.

ANDREWSMany thanks in anticipation for dealing Many thanks in anticipation for dealing with my request , regards Heather

GARRARDGravestone of two brothers GarrardThanks for the use of site, already have Frederick grave pictures was hoping for George,s grave stone. Thanks anyway good site. M J Moore

HANDValuable ResourceA valuable resource, especially for those who are unable to travel to places where their ancestors lived.

WILSONThank you very much for the photo of JamThank you very much for the photo of James Wilson and family. Teresa is my Husband's 3x Great Aunt and she was the second Wife of James. She and James didn't have children of their own, but she became Mum to James's children. This site is so helpful please keep up the great work you do

COLLISHEBrilliant Site. Thank youI have used this site a few times now when researching my family tree and although many of my graves are not available I am always excited and happy when I find one of my relatives final resting places. Thankyou to all for their amazing work

COLEHenry John Cole headstoneHaving used this service previously I thinks it's great especially when one lives so far away from the actual area. Would highly recommend this & keep up the good work. Invaluable

MARTINJohn and Rosa Martin, AucklandThanks for all the time and effort that goes into this site and for the instant response to my request for a larger scale version of the photo. Regards, Christine

DEEExcellent Website adds missing link to family TreeThe quick and efficient return of an image of the gravestone has enabled us to fit in another piece of the jigsaw in respect of the Dee family tree in Warwickshire

O'HALLORAN A Big Thank YouA couple of months ago I spent a sunny winter's Saturday afternoon, searching the entire Catholic sections of the Swan Hill Cemetery for the graves of my Grandfather and Grandmother to no avail. Imagine my surprise when a chance web search led me to this site. To actually discover this site had the exact images I was searching for, led me to shed a tear of joy, it seems my search is almost at an end for them, all I now hav e to do is use the GPS co-ordinates to actually go to the exact spot of their internment. Thank you GPR from the bottom of my heart.

STEARNStearn Family Of IpswichThank you for this amazing service. I never would have known about my great grandparents gravestone without it.

SEAMANThank you so much for the ability to see the grave stones of my ancestors.There were sisters Helena Houghton Seaman and Charlotte Elizabeth Seaman. Their parents Lydia and William Seaman and his parents Elizabeth and George Seaman. My great aunts, Great grandparents and Great grandparents.

useful website and response - as alwaysMy thanks once again for a very useful and well-formatted website. Finding a memorial here saves an age of time and trouble!

CROSSSuch an amazing service. !I have not been able due to health reasons to visit the grave of my father, John Henry Cross, for many years. I had forgotten the care that his partner,Marion, had taken in arranging the illustrations on the headstone. Thank you Charles and your volunteers for an unexpected but very efficient and helpful service.

MCFALLThank YouThank you for a very speedy response to my request for photograph of my great uncle Joseph McFall and his wife Annie Keddilty McFall. I'm over the moon to find their final resting place. Thank you great service.

BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANNVery usefulVery useful information gained from the gravestone

ARTHEYTerrific Response !Your assistance in providing the requested headstone was nothing short of way beyond my expectations. Thanks for the help !

SHOUTPhotoMANY MANY thanks for the photos I really appreciate the time and resources that you have given to this project

COOPERFabulous HelpThank you so much for the lovely photograph of my Great Grand Uncle Alfred Cooper's Grave.

HUTTFamily Tree helpMany thanks for this service - it is great to be able to see UK gravesites from Australia.

NICHOLSThanksThank you for this site, its much easier than travelling miles and miles just for one Headstone!

SCOTTjohn r scottthank you very much good photo as usual

HALLATTMany thanks Charles for your prompt replMany thanks Charles for your prompt reply and clear image. For general information, Thomas Hallatt was born in Hull 6/1/00 and married Edna Hool (b.3/12/13) in Grimsby in 1937. He was a 'career seaman' (like his father) and seemed to have spent most of his working life as a Captain for the Humber Ferry Service. His father had the exact same name and was born in Myton in 1873 and married Mary Jane Rothwell (b. 1873 & d. 1951 in Hull) on 10/5/1899. He was latterly a Humber Pilot and died 3/1/34.

BICKERTONGreat siteWas able to view headstone of ancestors many miles away. Thanks

NICOLSONWilliam Lyall and Fred NicolsonThank you for providing this wonderful service. The gravestone photos I have requested are so very much appreciated.

WELLSJesse Jazeb WellsThank you - clearly Jazeb not Jabez

BRANDWonderful site. Thank YouJust discovered this wonderful website and have found pictures of three ancestors graves. Thank you for the great pictures, will most definitely recommend the site to others researching their family history.

JACKSONWonderful site. Thank You.Just discovered this wonderful website and have found pictures of three ancestors graves. Thank you for the wonderful pictures will most definitely recommend the site to others researching their family history.

GRUNWELLGeorge Thomas GrunwellThank you very much for providing me with the image of George Thomas Grunwell & his wife Esther Mary's Gravestone. Most kind of you.

THOMPSONJoseph Thompson (1796-1844) BerwickThanks for the clear photo. I appreciate the time and effort by GPR and the volunteers.

CORNFORTHThank you once again for your excellent Thank you once again for your excellent image, another piece in the jigsaw

LONGSTERproviding relationshipHarry Longster, married to Dorothy May (Grange) Longster, the two women listed with them are their daughters: Edith May Longster & Sarah Jane Longster. Thanks for a terrific site! Kris Johnson-Burrill

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 ;-)

COYTEThank YouThank you so much I will be able to send the photos to William Coytes son he will be so pleased . Thank you again.

CAMPBELLWonderful ResourceAn invaluable resource. I am so grateful to be able to see a picture of my father’s gravestone, as I have not yet been able to visit due to distance and circumstances.

HAGANFabulous resourceThank you for your help. Such a valuable resource.


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