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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
WOODARDFamily History ReaserchI am find this service very helpful Thank you very much

SAMBROOKEJames SambrookThank you, finding this gravestone - by chance - has given me a local link to my family in Staffordshire.

MESSER GEOFFREYThankyou for the photo that I have been Thankyou for the photo that I have been able to download onto my family tree research notes. This is all new to me so I am still learning all the tricks.

CURRINGTONThank youWhat can I say the quality of the photo taken was great. I was surprised the grave was still in great condition. A great site for those researching their family history. many thanks

EVERSONFantastic resourceIt was very emotional finding a picture of my ancestors grave. Thank you so much

HUNTERfamily treeonce again you have come up with the picture of a gravestone for somebody on my family tree. Helps loads in getting death dates. Many Thanks

DEANPhotographThanks for allowing me to download the photo. I have not uploaded the photo to any Internet site, it is just stored locally in my genealogy software. Thanks again.

TOPLISS JOHN WILLIAM AND GERTRGrave photoMany thanks to the people who help by taking photo's of graves stones--very appreciated

SAVORYThanksIt helps to cement the family and dates of birth and death to complete the tree many thanks

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.

BOLTONThank youMany thanks for the image of the headstone requested.

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.

TURNBULLVery pleasedFabulous site, very helpful and found who I was looking for right away. The experience has been that good I'm volunteering to be a photographer and indexer for the site..Thank you

MUIRHEADBrilliant resourceEasy to find the person that I was looking up, Charles Muirhead. The onscreen description offers a lot historical information that made onward research a lot easier.

FAWKESWilliam FawkesThank you for your prompt response to my request to receive the pic of my 2x Gr. Grandfather’s headstone - William Fawkes. It was thrilling to see a monument for Ancestors I am just beginning learn about.

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.

DAWSONphoto Thank you so much for the photos available to search. I am not as familiar with websites as many others are so I am not sure about what I do with the thumbnail code. I copied it but I can't get the photo and Ancestry doesn't take the information as a link. I understand you don't want photos put on other websites, like Andestry, but how do you use that code? Anyone help me? (Accidentally put James with the surname after reading I should add the first name so now I am putting the same comment under just Dawson.)

JAMES DAWSONphotosThank you so much for the photos available to search. I am not as familiar with websites as many others are so I am not sure about what I do with the thumbnail code. I copied it but I can't get the photo and Ancestry doesn't take the information as a link. I understand you don't want photos put on other websites, like Andestry, but how do you use that code? Anyone help me?

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.

HALLAMJane HallamThanks very much for this very useful site. I was able to solve the fate of Jane for whom I had no further information after birth.

POWDITCHGravestoneThank you for making your resource available in the search for the Powditch family of Southwold

BURTONThank youThank you for this service. I appreciate the opportunity to find my relative. Henry Burton, born in Great Ponton, Lincolnshire, in 1843

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

HARKERGrave stone or memorialHello Staff, My name is Marj and I am in Australia. I am looking for my gt gt aunt Marjory Taylor Harker - born 1847-1848, buried 13 March 1906 age 58 yrs at Hampstead Cemetery (London Borough of Camden). Interment No.11939 - Sect. G4 - No.52. do you have any photos of graves in this cemetery as I can't find hers. Thank you so much for reading me request and you have a really wonderful website. Kindest regards, Marj

MAYMay GravestonesThankyou for such a wonderful service. Liz

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.

RICHARDSONBambrough gravestoneFantastic that someone has photographed the gravestone of Henry Richardson and family in Bambrough. It's greatly helped me in my family research. Many thanks to all involved, this has been invaluable to me.

FORGANPhoto image Thank you so much for such a quick response and the image. This helps a lot with my Forgan ancestry research. I certainly appreciate all your time and dedication to provide this.

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

GRAPESThank you Thank you for a great service

Hi, I just wanted to say thank you forHi, I just wanted to say thank you for the time taken to record the gravestones. I have found a very useful site re Family History and will definitely be returning. Once again thank you.

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.

STAMMERSExcellent serviceThank you for this exellent service, it is much appreciated.

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.

DEIGHTONDeighton's of York & LeedsSo fantastic service is so much appreciated. The quality of the 3 photos are first class. Many thanks

DEIGHTONDeighton's of York & LeedsThank you for your amazing website facility.

Excellent prompt service. Thank you soExcellent prompt service. Thank you so much. Would definitely recommend.

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

STACEYStaceyThank you so much for the photo of E Stacey, it is very much appreciated, however on this occasion not my relative. Regards Val Golightly

CULLINGFeedbackI think your site and research is fantastic, but would you not consider letting anyone adding pictures they have taken and having a general search database like findagrave. To possibly run along side what you are doing or to speed up the process.

STEERSTEER FAMILYThank you for all the photos I have received so far. They have been a great resource. Really not sure if this latest is correct family as photo shows different family name.

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

EVERISTThank youMany thanks for the image of my great grand parents John Lewis & Rebecca Everist's gravestone. A fantastic resource that is helping me to fill in gaps in my Family History.

MOYMany ThanksMany thanks for the great quality and clear image of Emma Moy's gravestone. Possibly my wife's Great Grandmother. Will research in person sometime soon.

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


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