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STILESBreakthrough - thanks!Thanks so much to GPR volunteers - I'm in Western Australia and was finding it very hard to find burial info on my husband's GG Grandfather, Frederick Stiles from Enfield, Middlesex, UK. This is a great resource, thank you so much.

BLOMFIELDGravestone of Ezekiel Blomfield 1803Many thanks for the photo of the grave of Ezekiel Blomfield and for all your hard work on this site.

HOOKERIncorrect filePhotograph of James W Hooker monument (grave 387834) is picture of G. R. Stroud .... more

EMERYPhoto of graveApology if this comes across not appreciated. But the photo I requested came back as useless because the marker is so dark. Who every took the photo looking down on sunny day doesn't help - they need to be taken at the marker's level to be able to read the inscription. Now I cannot use the photo help me further. I was looking at Thomas Emery 1830 died 1904 (with Mary in the plot). .... more

MAKOAREDouble grave site.My sister Karen Makoare is buried with our father Charlie Kauwhata aka Maunsell 12/10/1933- 16/01/1997. Karen 23/02/1965- 18/03/2014. This is a double grave site. .... more

POWELLGravestone ImageI am looking for a gravestone of an Ancestor. I live in Australia, an invalid so cant get to a library. Anthony Powell circus proprietor . Grave No 256200 Died 7th Sept 1882 I believe he shares a grave with his mother in law. Corrigan I would dearly love an image if there is one. Kind Regards

JAFFRAYJeffery family of StirlingJames Jaffray was born in Saint Ninian's Parish, Stirling in 1651. Parents were Alexander jaffray born 1619 and Margaret livingstone born 1623. James married Elisabeth Simsone in 1649. James siblings were henry and Anna. James and elisabeth farmed at New Bigging, Innerwick and had my ancestor, Patrick Jaffray. James and elisabeth died 1711 and are buried in Garvald churchyard.Any other info would be great. .... more

POPEFrederick pope 1833-1904Was happy to be able to view my great great grandfather and grandmothers final resting place and felt a certain sadness in the poignant message he had inscribed echoing there hard life and regrets.

HARKERwebsiteThankyou so much for providing this fantastic service. Rick

HAYDENFantastic imageI was delighted to be able to close my research on Alice Ellen Hayden who died so far from home. 1856-1934. Thank you Charles for providing this service, and so quickly.

BENTLEYThank YouWhat a wonderful site. I have once again found a gravestone for one of my relatives. Thank you so much for making these photos available to everyone. I really appreciate it.

PROUDThank you for the photo of the headstoneThank you for the photo of the headstone for Frances Proud the additional information on it helped to solve a mystery regarding her name.

BECKAge at deathMary Beck (GPR 316887) was 85 in the 1891 census,and corresponding ages in all ealrier censuses If, as i believe, she died in 1898 then she would have been 92 not 82

CHALMERSGrave ID 58382My search for the grave image of James Gordon Chalmers (29.10.1853 - 3.1.1927) and his wife Margery Chalmers (1853-1928) results in this image. Unfortunately the image is the grave of the Mucklow family and no Chalmers are mentioned. I am wondering if there might be another headstone at this location for the Chalmers family. Linthorpe is likely their resting place.

LOMAXResources ...Thomas Lomax's lines are well documented at family search and

BROCKThank youThank you so much for the great photo of Neil Henry Brock's gravestone. The service you provide is excellent!

WHIBLEYEdward Whibleythe headstone reads : - HERE REST THE BODIES of ARTHUR fourth Son of RICHARD WHIBLEY and ELIZABETH SARAH his wife of New House Farm in this Parish Born Oct 18th 1849 Decd Jan 31st 1854 And of HARRIET MARY their Eldest Daughter Born Dec 13th 1844 Decd Feb 6th 1854 May They rise again unto Life Eternal Amen This Stone in affectionate remembrance Was placed here by their grandfather DAVID WHIBLEY of Delaware House Shortly after their Parents sailed for Australia with their five surviving Children EDWARD THOMAS DAVID EMILY WALTER JAMES

STECHMANNegative results in Family research??.When all else fails, as it does in family research, (providing that your family memorial has been photographed) a negative outcome can be avoided due to the information on this database. I found many family members through this site. Realizing this asset,I immediately became a member of the Gravestone Photographic Resource,as an unpaid member helping everyone. Sign up and help.

NEWMANJane NEWMANJane Newman, first name on the monument in St George church burial ground, Portland, Dorset, England. She was Jane ATTWOOL bap. 7 Jun 1795, bur. 11 Jan 1862, married John NEWMAN, 2 Feb 1822, all in Portland, Dorset. T.N.

RALPHSRemarkable serviceThis is the first time I have used this site, and I just wanted to say what an excellent resource it is - not only in the content but in the way that privacy issues, etc, have been handled. Some such web sites have photos that are too small to be of use, but this personalised service is really wonderful. Thank you so much.

ALDERTONALDERTON/WALPOL - Great ServiceBig thank you to this site for the work you do, I may have a few days out at our local cementry Jarrow, and add some to this site, after I see how well my pics come out tho.

Thank you very much for your quick respoThank you very much for your quick response to my request for a photo. As usual, a great and efficient service. Wonderful for those of us on the other side of the world to be able to find grave monuments. Dot

SAUNDERSONfamily treeThankyou for providing a fabulous service, where people like me, that are researching our family tree, but now live overseas, have access to these photos taken by volunteers. You do a fantastic job Pam


ATKINSONThank YouThank for the prompt response to my request for information. I believe one of the Headstones is for my 6th great grandfather, one of the others my be his brother, but that I haven't been able to confirm. Thanks again for the photos.

TURNBULLMaurice Peveril TurnbullYour site made it very easy, though bittersweet, to find the resting place of the infant Maurice Peveril Turnbull. The circumstances of his tragic death were only uncovered when reading of the well-documented fate of his two sisters in 1901. Thank you.

RAMMQuick and Helpful ResponseI requested a clearer image of the gravestone of a possible ancestor of mine. It came a few hours later, and has prompted me to do further research on that branch of my family.

HUGHESMuch thanksThank you so much, unexpected find. Sheila Rose Spry, my mothers sister's grave, in St Michaels, Fobbing, also had a memorial stone to her uncle Edward George Hughes, whom died in Italy during WWII. Thank you so much Charles and team, what a great service you provide.


TAYLORMany ThanksThe photo of the gravestone in Lanchester churchyard for William Taylor, his wife and one of their children is super.

DAVIDSONArthur Leslie DavidsonArthur is my great grand uncle, I'm starting to research my mothers side of the family. Dianne

PEACOCKphotographI am researching Arthur George Peacock he is buried in Burvale Municipal 2 Surrey 28th March 1920 to 2000. How can I get a photograph of his head stone? Many thanks.

STONEThank YouThe service you provide is second to none. Thank you for the prompt response to my request. I have made several requests before now and I have received excellent service each time. Thank you!

WHITFELDData Base incorrectwhere am I: Home > countries > England > Sussex > Worth > St Nicholas > Thomas Whitfeld The displayed data base information does not match the inscription on the memorial for he and his wife mildred .... more

BURKgrave marker for George Wilbur GrahamThank you for the image. The names provided are help build this section of my family history. The ancestor most closely connected is Jane (Jennie)Burk Webb.

Photo requestsMany thanks for the prompt service and the great pix. All done in less than 24 hours. Great service!

SINCLAIRDaniel SinclairThanks so much for the work you are doing. I found the gravestone of Daniel Sinclair (1824-1871), his wife Helen Bayne (1825-1911), their son Daniel (1849-1880) and his wife Margaret Roy ((1851-1897) in Ford Road Cemetery, Crieff very helpful. They are my great great and great great great grandparents.

SHAWMemorial Stonesthank you for allowing me to view the Grave stone of William Shaw. I can now add it to my ancestry tree. Keep up the good work

COXPhoto on the page will not same I have the photo on display but it will not save in my files in my computer Thomas Cox grave 35849 .... more

GRAINGERFamily researchThankyou so much for this website and all the work it must take to do! This is the first time I’ve looked into this and now I know more , I would be happy to do the same at my local church. Thanks again! Alison

GRAYExcellent ResiurceA big thank you to Charles Sale for the excellent work he is producing. My family on my Mum’s side is the Gray family in the Calthorpe area of Norfolk. Through these excellent web pages, I have had access to details of several distant relatives and have retrieved images of gravestones. My Great Grandmother is Ada Maria Chase nee Gray born 1877. Her father is Aurelius Earle Gray, born in Calthorpe, Norfolk, England on 16 Mar 1851 to John Gray and Emily Earl. Aurelius Earle Gray married Mary Elizabeth Puxley and had 5 children. He passed away on Jun 1929 in Wayland, Norfolk, England (source Aurelius’s brother is Rowland Earle Gray Born in Calthorpe, Norfolk on 25 Feb 1849. Once again this is an excellent resource and many thanks for access and assistance provided by Charles.

PEPPERPepper link FoundI would like to thank you for all the hard work you have done in providing all the researchers with their love ones. John William Pepper and his wife Nora C C Pepper nee Tosbell is my first cousin 2 removed. Most of the Pepper family came from Chelmsford, Alham, Colchester to mention a few. I can now go down and pay my respects.

WINTERBONEThanksI am just getting back to this e-mail from you in 2017! So glad you are still here and wanted to say thank you for all your hard work.

MUTTERThanksThanks for the photograph, will look at volunteering.

CALDWELLMany ThanksThank you so much for the access to the image of my great grandparents gravestone. What a great resource for all family tree researchers.

BETHELLCompliantI have 152 I.Q. and I was not able to get the high quality I was asked. I followed any suggestion and path, but no larger photo, no links, no anything. Go to the Devil and stay there. .... more

WHITEHEADMary and John WhiteheadThanks for the photo of GPR grave number 248695. I've had a go at transcribing the text: In Memory of MARY Relict of JOHN WHITEHEAD Late of Old Newton The remaining text is illegible but could be dates

BLOOMFIELDAppreciationI have dipped into this site on occasions before and recently requested an image, which I was delighted to receive and which helped me greatly to progress exploring my family history. It was so easy to request the image and benefited my research so well. I would recommend this site to others. It is fascinating!

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

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


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