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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
FLETTThanksThank you Charles for the work you are doing. When the distances make visiting impossible personally this site provides a valuable addition to research.

PAIGEBrilliant serviceThank you Charles for the work you are doing. When the distances are too great to visit the graveyards personally this site provides a valuable addition to research.

BRISTOWFast response to image requestWhat a brilliant site for family researchers.Requested a headstone image and was amazed how quick the requested image came back.Many thanks for speedy reply and well done for such an amazing website

REYNOLDSThank you againCorrection I wrote... To visit the graves

BURGESSmany thanks for the information regardinmany thanks for the information regarding Elizabeth Burgess b 1827

HOUGHTONVery helpfulI much appreciated the speedy response to my request for a picture of a headstone. Resident in a different part of the UK, I would not have found this without this excellent website.

REYNOLDSThank youThank you for this site which allows me to. Is it the graves of my ancestors and feel the environment and landscape they lived in. You ground these names I find on the internet , names that are written in stone so that they would not be forgotten.

ALLANGravestone photoThank you very much for the photo of Robert Allan's gravestone at Edinburgh. The extra information on the stone (wife and two daughters) is new for me and thus very useful. Much Appreciated

BLANKPlaque photoThank you very much for the photo of Robert William Blank's memorial plaque at Nanango. Much Appreciated

BURGESSthanksOnce again very many thanks your service is very much appreciated

SPORLEGreat ResourceHave found endless information on distant family burials using this resource.

RENNIEMany ThanksThanks very much for providing such a prompt response to my request for information about James Rennie.

DENTONPhotograph link received - Alfred James DentonI came across GPR by chance, and what an incredible resource it is! Charles, this is just the kind of website that so many would have said they needed, but you've actually put your heart into providing it - free of charge. I'm unable to provide active support at present, but this is certainly something I would consider helping with in the future. Thank you, Charles and the team.

PINKERTONPhoto link received.Thankyou for sending me the link, I really appreciate the work you do so people can see graves of their ancestors across the world!

BEEThis website is truly amazing. How generThis website is truly amazing. How generous of Charles to give time and effort in maintaining it. I am forever grateful. June Roberts

BURNETTThanksVery helpful thank you.

BROADBELTResearching the Broadbelt surname Thank you for your help and the help of the volunteers. You have been a great help finding out about the Broadbelt families in the Boroughbridge, Knaresborough area. Much appreciated from New Zealand Joseph Mortimer

RICHARDSONThank you so very much for the image re Thank you so very much for the image re grave of Major Henry John Robert St George Richardson and his wife Harriette Alice

WASHINGTONRelationshipLewis William Washington is my 39th cousin. I really appreciate the work that you have done. I now have over 64 thousand names in my ancestral tree and continue to add more. When I can attach something to a name it makes that person even more interesting. Again thanks.

PAGEMary Rose of Page familyThank you so much for your work It was very emotional to see the headstone of a distant relation.

ILLMANGratitude: JOHN ILLMANThank you so much for your work. It means so much. Carol

LAINGGreat resource: LAING/WRIGHTThanks for the image. These go along way in filling some gaps in my research’

IVESKEELERThank youThank you for running this site; from the U.S. we were able to locate where my husband's grandparents are buried & can now visit the cemetery when we visit England.

HOWEThanksJust to thank you for providing this invaluable service at an incredible price.

TUBBLooking for the father of Charles Edwin TubbCharles Edwin Tubb

CORNEYCorney FamilyI found this site to be most useful for my family research. It was also good to have an image of the graves which help to support information that I had already acquired. Many thanks for this. Cheers Sharon

BRAMLEYThank you!I just want to thank you for sharing these photographs and all the work that had been done. Your help and kindness in making these photographs available (and without charge) is truly appreciated.

FARROWAnn and Thomas FARROWThank you for the image of Ann and Thomas Farrow's stone at Burnham Sutton, Norfolk. I had visited the churchyard a few years ago but did not find the stone. Much appreciated.

JOHNSONThank youThank you for such a clear photo of my 2x gt-grandmother Elizabeth Johnson's grave stone and her son Absalom Johnson in Houghton (Huntingdonshire) Cambridgeshire who actually died in 1857

MILLNEReleanor millnerThankyou i have been trying to work out where the family were buried and the inscription on the memorial was full of information

FOSTERThanks Charles big Help on the Foster FaThanks Charles big Help on the Foster Family info Great to know you are there, and there is still more names in this extended family Thank you BFG

HORTHCHARCharles and Maria HaversMany thanks for such a fast response. I am sure that all users will agree that this website is a very useful resource for our research. I for one am very grateful that you put in the time and trouble to make the information available to us. Thank you.

HORTHCHARCharles and Maria HaversMany thanks for such a fast response. I am sure that all users will agree that this website is a very useful resource for our research. I for one am very grateful that you put in the time and trouble to make the information available to us. Thank you.

SKELTONexcellent serviceThank you so much for the images you have sent me. It is much appreciated

REYNOLDSPhoto of Grave of Margaret Annie ReynoldsThank you very much for aiding in my research into my family background. Great website much appreciated.

GOBLEThanksI just wanted to say thank you for providing such a useful resource - it has certainly helped with my research and I look forward to using it again very soon

SWANSONGreat websiteThanks for the photos, discovered some new family tree info, great website.

HOWELLReally good site and very helpful.What an amazing website and very useful to me as I attempt to find ancestors for my family tree. Very good communication and easy to use.

RICHARDSONGravestone of Walker Richardson What a fabulous resource this website is. Thank you so much for your prompt response to my request for an image of my great grandfathers gravestone. Walker Richardson was my paternal great grandfather. My grandfather, Walkers' son, Ewart, is also buried on the family plot.

BRIANTVery helpful information especially the photo of the grave.Many thanks for this website. It helped me to identify where my great grandparents were buried and even sent me a photo of the grave. William Giles Briant Ann Briant

COLLINSCorrection of memorial informationMary Elizabeth Collins was the second wife of Joseph Collins, rather than the mother of of Sarah Ann Collins nee York.

EVENDENSarah JarvisThanks again to Charles and the volunteers for this amazing site. A distant relative in my wife's tree had moved from the home village in Sussex to New Zealand. The grave and M.I. provided the final detail to Sarah Jarvis nee Evenden's life.

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

LAWNSpeedy Response - thank youBrilliant to receive such a good photo of grave of William Lawn and family - really useful to fill in gaps in my information.

DICKINSONMaiden name for Jane MallisonMaiden name of Jane Mallison, mother of Marion is DICKINSON

CASLEYimageThanks for allowing me to access the image of William Casley. It was an unexpected surprise.

MARKHeadstoneElizabeth Mark thank you for the photograph of the headstone.

FISHERHelen Hastie (nee Fisher)Researching the Fisher family, so found this headstone image useful in completing my research for Helen. Thanks to those responsible for providing / uploading the image.

KELSEYCOOK PERRIN KELSEYThank you for this wonderful site- I appreciate it is so well organized and easy to use. Also for the time taken to take the photograph. I am an English woman now living in the States so it would have been difficult for me to obtain this photo for my family tree without your help!

MCKENZIEMCKENZIE AND MCCOLLThank you for providing this service which has been very helpful to me. My McKenzie and McColl ancestors were slate quarriers in the Laroch/Ballachullish area. Any information on Ewan McColl, born about 1755 and still alive in 1851, would be most useful. Thank you again.


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