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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
WILLIAM FOORDThanks youThanks very much for the photo it's very clear!

ESTHER SMYTHEsther Smyth Headstone PhotoThank you so much for the beautiful enlarged copy of my ancestors headstone. You and your volunteers do a fantastic job.

STARMOREJames Harold StarmoreMany thanks for the image to help research the Starmore family.

ROBINSONGreatful for a wonderful serviceThanks very much GPR for a fantastic photo and a wonderful service. The headstone provides a wealth of information for me to follow up on. Thomas and Phylis Robinson

WORTHINGTONOnce again many thanks for the latest imOnce again many thanks for the latest image.

BURROWAcknowlegementThank you for being able to view the gravestone. I couldn't work out how to add it to my tree on Ancestry so I took a screen shot with my phone! I have left a donation

LEAK Thank you!Thank you, very much, for this website and for the amazing gravestone image of my ancestors, the Leak and Marsden families. this just made my day and it is very exciting and rewarding to come across this in my genealogy searching, today. A million thanks!

STUBBS FeedbackAn excellent resource.

PASSMOREA great and useful websiteMany thanks Charles for a great website and for sending the photo so quickly. It is always good to complete an ancestors life with a photo of their headstone. Thank You.

DIX / DYBALL FAMILY OF ANTINGHAMGravestone ImageThanks very much for the picture of my 4th Gt Grandmother's grave. It's great to have something so tangible.

DRAPERDraper headstone.Really appreciate you giving up your spare time. Information was very helpful to me and confirmed that this was the correct person. (Harold Draper & his, wife, Constance Eliza Ward).

RUMBLEI am researching the Rumble family of FaI am researching the Rumble family of Fareham and came across this website. I think what you are doing is a really good idea and particularly helpful if you don't live near to where your ancestors came from.

ABERNETHYThanks!Awesome site, thanks for helping me find some of my ancestors!

JAMIESONThanks!This is a great website, a wonderful service. I've found members of my family tree that I didn't know about.

CRESSWELLDaniel Cresswell graveI requested the image of the grave of Daniel Cresswell and family, the wrong image was received, image of a recent grave for the Baines family was sent .... more

THOMSONSuperb resourceThank you. Found the information i was looking for on Alfred Thomson. Clear image. Thank you

HEARYThank youWonderful website easy to use, thank you photographers for taking photos.

CATORthank-youThank-you for the image of George William Cator and Alice Cator marker. I did not know that my grandfather Bertie Walter Cator was also mentioned on the marker. If anyone is researching please get in touch.

PEARSEIncorrect grave imageRe George & Laura Pearse of Martham. Sorry but the wrong image of the grave was sent. The two memorial images are correct. There is in fact no gravestone but I can supply a correct photo of the plot if you wish.

SHERRATTSherratt & Isabella Wright BirssWhat a fab site, so glad I've found it to help with my family history. Thank You

HARTASHartas FamilyThe information/picture re Hannah Hartas has immensley helped with my search of the Hartas family.

HOOKERHookerfantastic website, easy to use and full of great and very useful information. Thanks very much for all the hard work.

MORRISON, FeedbackMany, many thanks for the wonderful site! Very helpful and kind! I am most grateful to the volunteer who works so hard to help researchers! Well done and thank you!

GREERThank YouMany thanks for the super quality image received. Greatly appreciated.

PESCODPescod GravestoneThanks for the photograph

HYAMSThank You!I am the genealogist for my extended family and was pleasantly surprised to see you had the headstone for Molly Margaret Hyams. As I live in California, I truly appreciate the work that goes in to making this service available to those of us who either live abroad or have other difficulties in accessing cemeteries or record offices. Thank you!

HILLCharles HILL son of Joseph HILL of Donabate IrelandI was looking for examples for a talk to my Family History Group on how to use your site, never imagining I would find something I didn't have. Thank you for this photo of Charles. Next time I am in Knaresborough from NZ I will visit him.

AVIS SWAFFHAMHeadstones SwaffhamThank you very much for taking the time to set up this resource and make it available for those of us who are unable to visit areas.

CHIPPERFIELDJames, Charlotte and Annie ChipperfieldThank you so much for the photo of James and Charlotte Chipperfields grave stumbled across by accident!! You made my day and it now means we are able to visit the grave.

HORNERCorrection for Elizabeth Carmont Horner She should be listed as the 2nd wife of John, not Ann.

KIDNERWebsite feedbackJust a typo: FEBRUARY :-)

AINSLIEAinslie family tree Berwick upon TweedWhat an EXCELLENT site. I can now trace our Family tree to those Ainslie's at the Berwick church yard. I only started a year ago with a few scribbled notes & what a journey. shame there arn't more Church yards with photo's of their graves.

WARHURSTAppreciationThank you for the photo of the grave of my great great grandparents, Elizabeth & James Warhurst. We are planning a visit to St Peters Church In Hope so we hope to locate the grave. Many Thanks.

SANDWITHThank youThank you for your very helpful resource. Much appreciated.

WARDRequesting grave markersMany thanks for allowing me another copy of the grave markers (after misplacing them)of my Great Grandfather James Ward B.1948 D.1935 and Great Grandmother Emma Ward B.1858 D.1921 who are buried in St Margarets Churchyard Woodham Mortimer. They were living at Hill Mead. Rectory Road Woodham Mortimer when they died

STANBRIDGEVery Useful ResorceA very quick response to a request for a photograph of my wife's GGGG Grand-parents grave stones.

THARRATTThank youThank you for supplying me with the image of John Tharratt's (Grainthorpe) grave stone. It is very much appreciated.

COOKThank you for helping me in my family anThank you for helping me in my family ancestry. I will continue to look for the Cook and Clow family info.

NESFIELDMany thanks for helping to solve a familMany thanks for helping to solve a family history puzzle.

TULETTadditional photos of gravesI asked for the Kathleen Tulett (6158). Could you please also send me a high resolution pic of 6157, 6159, 6160, 6161. Thank you very much.

HENSLEYThanksThank you

ROBINSONMay Belle RobinsonI very much appreciate the image of May Belle Robinson's gravestone at Hagworthingham in Lincs. I am writing a book on her family and I would be very much interested to hear more from any relatives of May Belle.

DEAKIN OF HAWARDEN, FLINTS.Looking for Deakin Graves - although thLooking for Deakin Graves - although they were in Hawarden - I have not found any there. Where are they I wonder ? What a great site - very helpful

BORROWSCALEI have researched the Borrowscale family inLiverpoo and in CumberlandkAnyinformation would be appreciated

LEE & DEAKIN OF HAWARDEN FLINTThomas Lee born c 1739/40 Hawarden - Buried St. DeniolI am looking for confirmation of the parents of Thomas Lee - Bricklayer - He married Mary Deakin 29 Sept. 1765 - I think his father would be William Lee - Sexton at St. Deniol. I have a photo of the grave. His children are: William, Mary; Thomas; John & Elizabeth.

STEELHelp Request - Corfu - Roddick Murdoch SteelMy uncle died in Corfu in 2009. His name was Roddick Murdoch Steel. All his family live in Australia and he we have never seen his grave. We would be very grateful if someone could add a photo of his gravestone. We believe that may be buried next to his wife Margaret Steel nee Clancy, who dies some years earlier, Rodd was born on 28.12.1928 in Australia and he died on 11.11.2009. He competed for Australia in fencing at the 1956 Olympics.

Archibald Seth-SmithThank you once again for your help. All your work and the work of others is most appreciated particularly when we live so far away in Australia.

BESTGravestone for Best familyTremendous help in assisting me with family research. This is an excellent free facility, which I happened upon accidentally. Thank you so much for your efforts in assisting.

PITTSYet again great serviceGave me two death dates I was looking for, Elizabeth S Pitts and Lizzie B Pitts.Many thanks.

BULL, WILLIAMGreat resourceThank you for making this resource available. It is a great help when compiling a family tree from another country. Much appreciated.


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