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MOXONFrancis Holbrook MoxonFrancis was the son of John Pollard Moxon's second wife, Emily Hallam, not his first wife Alice Charlesworth. Francis was a fraternal twin. His twin sister Dorothy Varden Moxon lived until 1990. They were born 24 Sep 1903. Alice Charleworth Moxon died Q1 1902.

WALKERThank you for helpI am researching Susan Goat, my late wife. Her grandmother was Louie WALKER married to Thomas GOAT. Elizabeth Walker is shown on the image I have just received with the added information of her children. I really appreciate your help. Thanks.

WILSONThank you!Thank you for sending the gravestone photo for John Henry Wilson, who died on board HMS Warspite off Corfu in 1938. I had an old picture of his grave which had a rather battered wooden cross on it circa 1970, but am glad to see that it now has a smart Commonwealth War Graves stone memorial instead. He was a very distant cousin.

PIKEWilliam Pike Headstone.Thank you so much for sharing these images. As a resident of Australia it is unlikely for me to ever see them in person so I am extremely grateful for the efforts you have undertaken. All the best.

HORSPOOLWonderful site! Thank you for taking thWonderful site! Thank you for taking the time to index all of this information! I'm very grateful for your efforts.

TURNERAppreciationA very helpful resource for tracing my easily navigable site. Thank you for the quick response!

MARJORAMWonderful serviceThank you so very much for allowing me to see a photograph if my great great grandmothers gravestone in Diss churchyard. I didn't believe this would be possible, and then it popped up on the screen.

GREGORYKnightThank you do much for the Photo Brilliant Help very quick response,

SKAGGSMary ColeYour website is a real help. The response is quick and the picture is of good quality. Thanks so much and I will surely be back.

HALLMany Thanks Many thanks to your site I've been able to research my ancestor's and discover where they are laid to rest, with out this service this wouldn't have been possible

LEPPERLooking for family tiesHaving found the picture of the grave stone of Henry Lepper of Lydd Kent on your site it put me in contact with someone who could take me four generations back. A great help.

NEWSONThanksThank you for maintaining this site. It has proved useful in the past but not sure the gravestone of Samuel Newson is relevant to me as there is no date on it, however worth looking at. If ever visiting a graveyard I will take pics and send them to you.

WILSONThanksThis is a very useful site and must have taken a huge amount of time to prepare and maintain. Thank you.

WRIGHTthanksspeedy and helpful. appehensive with waning from mcafee re site,probably linked to ask site

COMRIEThank youMany thanks for providing this service. It is a great help in finding direct ancestors and cousins that I would otherwise never known about.

ANDERSONThank youThis is a really valuable resource for family history research. Many thanks to all those who make it possible.

HILLThank youThank you for Charles for providing an excellent web site. The work of yourself and your volunteers is much appreciated. I found the site easy to use and I am not that brilliant with technology. I shall certainly be using the site again as my family are all over the UK

BROWNAppreciationMany thanks for providing this invaluable service.

HOWARTHphotographWonderful photo, thanks so much! What a fantastic FREE service you provide.

BATTYHeadstone Many thanks for the photo of the headstone of my blood relative Ann Batty in St Augustine's at Hedon, East Yorkshire. You are doing a fine job for we family researchers Charles.

RUMNEYThank youThank you. A brilliant website.

CONSTANTINEMany thanks for a very prompt response aMany thanks for a very prompt response and extremely clear photograph

MITCHINSONMITCHINSON/NELSONYour work in providing this service is very much appreciated by people like me, who are in the process of adding to their family tree. Many thanks Charles

TANNERGabriel TannerWhile researching my wifes family tree over the weekend, led to a link to this wonderful site. Many thanks to all who volunteer their services to make this a great help. We were amazed to find her ancestors grave here :)

MOCKThank you for your help for this serviceThank you for your help for this service. If I follow the prompts I can see the headstone, so I do not need an e-mail telling me what to do. This will save your time an d usage of your e-mail account. Many thanks. Christine Verrall

CHILDThank you for finding the gravestone of Thank you for finding the gravestone of two of my ancestors

ALDERSONThanksMany thanks for showing me this family grave. I came across your site by accident.

MALCOLMWonderful SiteMy recent research is John Malcolm, b. Caithness being almost 100% of my enquiries. This site contains all the records from the two main cemeteries so has been very useful to me.

BATTYBatty familyMany thanks for the photo of gravestone in Ecclesfield churchyard. I appreciate your hardwork. Kath Scott

FISHThank youI am researching the Fish family and Jeremy (Jerimiah) Fish may well be an ancestor. Being able to see a gravestone is always helpful. I hope to visit St. Peter's, Carleton, one day. Thank you for your valuable work in creating these records.

FOORDWife's family in Alfriston, SussexThank you for this great service! It is invaluable to distant researchers!

CUNNINGHAM Thank you Thank you

HOBDENMonument detailsI thought I should say thank you for all the trouble that has gone into photographing the grave images and giving us, the future generations an opportunity to view our own ancestor thoughts by the comments left on the grave. My own ancestor said 'After labour how sweet the rest- leaves wonderful food for thought I think. Thank you again Charles for what you have done

BURTENSHAWUsefulI found the photograph very useful as I am unable to travel to Cuckfield at the moment and I know a lot of people I am researching lived there.

TYLERPeter and Sarah TylerThank you, saved me a trip from America to England to see the gravestones of my Ancestors

MILLGATEThanksWhat a lot of hard work some people have gone to. Unfortunately it was not the person I was looking for, but good to see all the same.

CLIFFThank youThank you to Charles for the grave stone photos for Nathanial Cliff.

PARKEGreat resourceThank you so much. I did not know about the East Harling municipal cemetery, only the graveyard at St. Peter & St. Paul, East Harling.

SPINKI was able to acquire a good photo of thI was able to acquire a good photo of the headstone for the family of Edward Spink 1776-1842, my 3rd great grandfather. The detailed inscription was most helpful. Thankyou

HACKETTWilliam Hackett photoThanks for the photo of headstone for William Hackett. It helped me sort out my research between two Williams living very close together at roughly the same time.

BEALThanksBrilliant service. Thank you so much for the picture of the gravestone of my 5 x great grandparents.

HENSHAWThank YouMany thanks for the photograph I requested. It is greatly appreciated.

BROUGHAMJames BroughamThank you Charles for the lovely clear image and the extremely quick response!

MCNABthank youThis James McNab is not my great grandfather but is probably a cousin. Thank you for the photo, it helps my search very much.

WALKERPhoto of Gravestone at Gloucester Thank you for your speedy response. Much appreciated. Researching David Walker of Hereford and Gloucester.

CRISPCRISP/CRISPEThank you for the info and pix of Mary Crisp, it was a real help in validating my research.

NEWMANWrong name displayedI requested a headstone photo for Samuel NEWMAN but got the info for George TIMMS. What is going on??? .... more

FOORDWILLIAM FOORDThanks very much for the photo it's very clear!

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!

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.


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