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List of Comments/Feedback/Help Requests

surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
MOOREHELPFULLNESSMany thanks for the information regarding my inquiry about a picture of my grandfather's (Walter Moore) headstone! the information you suggested was very useful!

MARRThank youThank you very much for offering this wonderful service and for making the process so easy.

WINDHAMPhotographic gravesFantastic resource & very speedy service.

RODERICK ANGUS MACLEODRelationshipChristy forbes father was my 3 x great grandfather from Loch broom .

JONESMany thanksThank you so much for your quick response Charles.This grave has my Grandfather John Evan Jones my Grandmother Ellen Ann Jones my father Douglas Mervyn Jones my Aunt Hazel Annette Holttum plus I think my uncle Terrence Jones (Father of Michael. I have some work to get on with checking records for Terrence Jones and my Aunt Myfanwy Jones Many Thanks Mervyn

BETTANEYThomas Bettaney died 1948I think Thomas Bettaney's father was George, a blind street musician from Stockport last heard of twice widowed, entirely dependent on charity and living with 10 yr old daughter Lucy in 1911. His daughter Mary was my great grandmother, died in childbirth 1908. My grandmother knew nothing about her maternal family and nobody would talk about them. If anybody knows anything about the family please get in touch!

SAYERThank youWonderful resource, thank you 😊

LINGExcellent resourceThank you once again for your brilliant website

HARVEYBeatrice M HarveyThank you so much for such a speedy response whilst researching my husbands family tree. This is his Great Grandmother's grave and if anyone has anymore information on her or her family please do get in touch. I shall also recommend this site to other researchers. Thank You.

WORRALLPhoto RequestFantastic response to my request for a photo, good clear picture. Would love to know who tends to the grave. Thanks again for the quick response.

BEAVERBenjamin BeaverThis resource is remarkable in its ease of use and promptness of repley. I am grateful to Charles for his assistance in accessing an image of my ancestor's headstone, from the other side of the world (Australia)

KENDALAppreciationJust wanted to thank you for the image of my great grandfathers grave,much appreciated.

ThanksMany thanks for this immediate service - it is a great help. Graeme

HODGSONThanks and helpGrateful thanks for this valuable resource. I am researching the life of Rev Charles Henry Hodgson born 1869 and family, and have information on them if anyone is interested.

LOLLEYThankyou for this photo. I found it veryThankyou for this photo. I found it very helpful in that it also displays extra information that I can compare with details I already have. Keep up the good work!

WAUCHOPEDate of burialSt. Andrew Churchyard Dacre, Cumbria - Admiral Robert Wauchope. Monument No. 223 Image Name DSCN0484. The burial date of 1877 for this person is unfortunately incorrect. He died at Edinburgh on 14/6/1862 and I guess he was buried about the 20/6/1862 at St. Andrew Churchyard. The details for his wife Anne are correct. He was born 1789 at Niddrie, Midlothian, Scotland being one of at least 14 children. Regards, Quentin Green

FAIRWEATHERSo helofulI saw my grandparents' (Thomas and Susan Fairweather) headstones once as a child. On returning to the churchyard 35 years later it was so overgrown I couldn't find them. Having found these photographs they gave me the information I need to start tracing my ancestors.

PARKINThank YouThank you for the gravestone image , very helpful

CANNINGThank you Many thanks for providing details confirming my own research. It is greatly appreciated.

BARKERFred & Nellie BarkerThank you for sending me the grave photo for Fred & Nellie. It has answered a few questions. I would certainly use GPR again.

BALDWINThank youThank you so much for the photo of the gravesite of Baldwin family members, i hope it opens up a line of information, you do a great job and a great thing for people thank you for taking your time to maintain this site.

SELLERSfamily recordsVery helpful in adding to family history, especially as I am too far away to see for myself. I did not realise my great granny’s parents (Sellers) and grandparents came from Kirkby Moorside. Thank you.

GIBBONSThank you so much. A superb websiteThank you so much. A superb website

Hannah BentleyThank you so much for the recent photo of the headstone for Hannah Bentley. She died in 1782 aged 58 so I think that makes this my oldest headstone - thanks from your fan in NZ!

SOFTLYrobert softly - westacre, norfolkonly found this site by accident but so glad i did ! fantastic site , quick response and managed to find my great grand parents grave in west acre complete with pic ...thank you !

YELLOWLEYThanksThanks so much for the photos. Some day i hope to visit.

DOWSINGThank youThank you for the excellent facility your service gives. It is particularly helpful for those of us who are unable to travel to carry out research

RANDLEEmily AnnieThank you for this service, most appreciated. It is hard when you are researching from the other side of the globe, Australia.

BLOOMFIELD - WAKEFIELDArthur George Hill & Laura Louisa BloomfieldHi guys Your site is great. Easy to navigate. Picture of Arthur & Laura was brilliant. Thanks for the great work Kindest regards John Leonard

LAWTON / MYCOCKVery PleaseThank you for the photo of my cousin's grave, it's much appreciated.

HARLANDHarland GravestoneThank you for sending the photograph of the gravestone. That is much appreciated.

MAXWELLthank youthis is the 2nd time I have used this resource. thank you for providing this service which helps many people, some of whom would not be able to visit these graves in person.

GARDNERHeadstoneThank you the photo is great, really good site for people researching family History, the people on the headstone are Father, Mother and son, Charles, Joyce and Charles Gardner

GUINNESSGreat images on the two requests. Would Great images on the two requests. Would recommend.

HASTELLThank you.Thank you for the time and trouble of keeping a photographic index of gravestones, helped me a great deal in my family research.

BAKERthank youi am very grateful for you all setting up this system i am not able to walk far and it was lovely to see my great grandparents Arthur and Esther baker grave stone again whist searching my family tree for my own grandchildren

COLEFredrick ColeVery useful for confirming life details

WOODSfamily in Northern IrelandI'm trying to locate the burial site of Robert Woods who came from Charlemont, Co.Armagh. No idea when he died,his wife's maiden name was Kerr and they had three children, John, Margaret, and Mary (who emigrated to Canada in 1847 and settled in Dunnville, Ontario, and who married James Wheatley who was my 2nd Great-Grandfather on my mothers side. So if anyone has any information on these families I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. Thank you.

BARTLEThank YouThank you for your recent help. The website is soooo helpful.

CONLEYMany thanksThank you Charles for the wonderfully clear images you have sent me of my ancestors. What a valuable service you are providing to people who are unable to travel to these graves in person.

CHALLANDWrong grave stoneI requested photo for Charles Challand ref 610947 from East Bridgford cemetery and received photo showing Joseph and Sarah Brown burial year was correct. Thanks for a very valuable service.

TUCKFIELDThankyouWonderful resource and very helpful

BACONThank youMany thanks to Charles Sale for providing access to an image of Charlotte and Joseph Bacon's shared grave monument in Grimsby, England. I live in Dallas, TX and am researching one of my immigrant ancestors. Captain Bacon served as ship master of the SS Huddersfield when my ancestor traveled from Hamburg to Grimsby aboard that vessel in 1891.

LEGG-BAGGFamily HistoryMany thanks for such a great resource. A very clear photo was received almost immediately.

BENNETTSt Michaels and all angels SteventonMy grandmother was Amy Salvin Bennett. You have incorrectly recorded her middle name as Slavin. Could you correct this please. Thank you

LINGExcellent!Great resource, thank you

SALMONGravestone photoMany thanks for the gravestone photo, much appreciated.

SUGGThank you.Very much appreciate your prompt response and the headstone photo for my first cousin, twice removed Sarah Ann SUGG née Taverner, located in the Baines Municipal Cemetery, South Australia. Very helpful and useful website.

Mary Jane Hargrave.Thank you for the enlargement

DEEM & COPPARDMany thanks.I am always so appreciative of all the work you and the volunteers do to create and maintain this record. Many thanks as always. Kind regards Bettina


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