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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback||submitted||num|
|DRABBLE||Records||Just want to say thanks for your wonderful work. Never thought I’d find my ancestors grave.||27/05/2020||10564|
|TOD||many thanks||Thank you for your kind and prompt response. This is an excellent site, particularly as it is volunteer-driven, and I applaud you for your vital work.||10/05/2020||10552|
|NEWMAN||A big thank you||Thanks again for a wonderful research resource. Sometimes it’s easier to work your way backwards from a cemetery plot when you’re researching your Family history and this has proved indispensable in my research as I said before much appreciation to those that keep the site running. One piece of feedback I’m not sure how practical it is given the the age of the site. Many of the images of the gravestones are at a fairly low resolution so it is hard to pick up details on the grave stone. .... more||07/05/2020||10551|
|COLLINS||John Lucas Collins Gravestone||Found picture of John Lucas Collins gravestone on your website. Many thanks for posting and your tireless work is very much appreciated! ||04/05/2020||10550|
|GOOD||Ellen Good - Quambatook Cemetery||Dear Reader, the indexed date for this burial is 1956. However, in the description, it says that she is from Longford county: the problem is that these two pieces of information do not match. I have downloaded the picture, but it is not clear enough to be able to read. I do however, have a description of what is written on the gravestone, and there are no other people of the same name in the cemetery. It will e irresponsible of me to just put two n' two together, without determining the facts first.||26/04/2020||10543|
the family name of Ann Bray Redgrave was Salter. The Bray was her grandmother,Mary's maiden name. Her fathr was Thomas Salter. Annwas born 31 Mar 1811, St Michael Bassishaw, London.My great-great-great grandmother was Dorothy Bray(Salter) Contencin, Ann's aunt.
Lee (Tasmania, Australia)||11/04/2020||10542|
|BROAD||Family History||Thank you so much for furnishing this source of being able to find family members. This site makes family research so much easier and exciting. I was able to find the image of my 2x's great grandparents.
Thank you again for your time and efforts to make this possible.
|Excellent so far||This has been a real help, but I think there should be links to other sites where photos can be found. For example:
Of course,it would be wonderful if more graves could be photographed. The one I found Sylvia Bellman in had only been 10% photographed.
|HOOKER||Thank You||This is a fantastic resource
|Thank you so much||I sure appreciate your website and all the work and efforts. It has been very helpful in researching my UK ancestry. It also provides a way to honour those from my past and see where their journey ends. Especially helpful as I live in Canada. Very grateful, Cathy.||13/03/2020||10532|
|JONES||Many thanks for the copy image. You assi||Many thanks for the copy image. You assistance is very much appreciated||07/03/2020||10530|
|BROWNSEY||Not included||The gravestone of Charles Levi Brownsey is not included in the list on this site at St Decuman's, Watchet, Somerset. The gravestone is certainly there--I have a photograph of it.||25/02/2020||10524|
|ROGERS||Thank you||Thank you so much for the excellent photo of the gravestone of Basil Leonard ROGERS. He was a Bedfordshire man and I didn't expect to find him in Yorkshire - but he was a cricketer, so that might explain it :-)||19/02/2020||10521|
|CASTLE||Graves of Birth Family||Thankyou for posting photos of these graves, my birth family, in Arnos Grove, Bristol. It means so much to finally find them.||09/02/2020||10519|
|MARSDEN||Thanks||Your website has gotten better than ever. Wish I could help, but being in the USA it's not possible. Thanks for all the work you do keeping it up-to-date! ||08/02/2020||10518|
|COLLINS||A great service||Have used this service more than once and find it extremely useful. Am wondering whether it extends to cemeteries in Ireland as many of my relatives are buried there. .... more||05/02/2020||10515|
|MILLINGTON||Thank you||Thank you for having yet another photogrpah of a gravestone of my family - it's great!||05/02/2020||10514|
|LINDOW||Martha not buried with James||https://www.gravestonephotos.com/public/gravedetails.php?grave=392535
FYI, Martha Lindow emigrated to the USA after James' death. She died in Chicago in 1946:
7 Oct 1946 in Chicago Cook County Illinois USA
Her name does appear on the gravestone in the North cemetery with no dates. ||26/01/2020||10510|
|DICKINSON||High resolution images of gravestones||Thank you so much for this wonderful resource. It was helpful because the grave markers confirmed the birth and death dates and allowed me to connect family members in their Find a Grave memorials.||22/01/2020||10508|
|APPLEBY||Farnley Area. Corn Millers||What a wonderful resource this is and it has helped unlock several avenues of research. If anyone has info on the Appleby Family in Farnley area we’d be most interested. Happy Hunting to you all. ||16/01/2020||10502|
|DANIELL||Rev. William Daniell||Thank you very much for your prompt reply; this is a wonderful service. For a family history researcher like me this is invaluable.||15/01/2020||10501|
|AMUNSDEN||Grave||Olive Mavis Amunsden
Thank you for locating my Great Grandmothers burial site and stone
|Thanks||I want to thanks all the amazing people who collect & index all the gravestones ect and all the staff at the Project for a brilliant service. As a family genealogist I have been able to add images & info on my family trees. Happy new year to all!||07/01/2020||10497|
|PYBUS||Thanks||Many thanks for providing the resource, it is proving very useful in filling in the gaps in our research and saves a lot of leg work. (And to show how topical it is, it will be saving a lot of CO2 by preventing the need to drive round the country so much so is better for the planet)||26/12/2019||10494|
|ABBOTT||Samuel Abbott||Thanks !||15/12/2019||10491|
|COWLEY||Thanks for your assistance||Thank-you for your site and the opportunity to see historical burial site of my Great-Great Grandparents Edward Spencer Dickin Cowley and Selina Cowley. It helps to provide a genealogical story of our family.||26/11/2019||10483|
|JERMY||Thanks||This is a great resource - thanks to all involved.
I am researching the Jermy family in Norfolk and would love to hear from any descendent of Walter Thomas b 1880.||22/11/2019||10462|
|JOHN WEBB||Thank you!||The effort to run this site is very much appreciated. One of the best organized websites I've run across and extremely helpful to those searching their ancestors.Thanks a lot!||21/11/2019||10461|
|Amazing||I help people with their family trees and have used this site several times and am always impressed with how helpful and detailed it is. Many thanks to the volunteers who take time and effort to produce such helpful work. ||18/11/2019||10458|
|SAVILLE||Images||Thank you for your brilliant website. Have used it many times and has been an enormous help in my ancestors research.
|Thanks||Thank you so much for the photo. It is great, am very grateful||14/11/2019||10454|
|WHEATLEY||Gravestone photos||I have used this site a few times and always get a good picture. Thank you for all your help, it is VERY much appreciated. Although I put the name Wheatley, I am more interested in the name Coulson as Wheatley married into the Coulson family.||11/11/2019||10451|
|DENHOLM||D J Denholm War Memorial Port Stanley||I was overwhelmed to see a source for a DJ Denholm. I have been searching for information on my grandfather for over 10 years. I'm not sure if I have found him but it gives me hope. My mum died in 2010 not knowing very much about him as her mum died in 1933.
|IRVINE AND ROARK||Very helpful resource||I was trying to ascertain whether a gentleman who had written to a family member about possible family connections was still alive.
Sadly he has passed away and the image of his plaque confirmed the identity of the letter writer.||07/11/2019||10448|
|PORTAS||Mary Portas Monument||Seeing a clear image of this monument shows that she was Mrs Mary Portas and therefore not the person who was my 4x great aunt. .... more||05/11/2019||10446|
|LANE||George Henry Lane||The image was much appreciate and thank you for what you do||30/10/2019||10444|
|HARVEY||Bertha EAHarvey||The relationship between the two named people are that they were husband and wife.||30/10/2019||10443|
|LOCK||Angela||Thank you so much for all of the work that has gone into documenting these cemeteries. I was able to see my 3x Great Grandparents headstone George & Mary Lock because of your work.||30/10/2019||10445|
|SAMPSON||Additional information||Robert Sampson Grave at Barnsley
The photo does not show the full headstone so some of this extra information may actually be on the headstone .According to the burial records published by.Barnsley Cemetery the grave number is L242.
The occupants are
Robert Sampson of Pitt St buried 25/06/1863
William Henry Sampson of Quarry St buried 13 May 1885
Mary Clark Sampson of Quarry St buried 24 May 1885
Albert Victor Sampson of Summer St buried 23 Mar 1888
The above 3 were grandchildren of Robert and children of Robert’s son Alfred and wife Eliza
Eliza Sampson buried 9 Nov 1911 - wife of Alfred.
Interestingly the records do not list Robert’s wife Ann, who subsequently married Joseph Lee, or their son John .
There are several other members of this family buried at Barnsley Cemetery in Graves 16/72;F107; L 403 and G557.||26/10/2019||10441|
|LAING||Thank you||Thank you to GPR for a super resource.
Your painstaking work is much appreciated.
I will continue to explore as I'm sure there are other gems to be discovered! I have already found one (in another name).
|NEVILLE||Bessie Neville||Thank you for your help on this gravestone||19/10/2019||10434|
|TAYLOR||Appreciation||Thank you for providing the images. I will be researching other surnames and this has been helpful.||14/10/2019||10433|
|BORTHWICK||Hugh Borthwick||Thank you to all volunteers for this site. It's invaluable!||13/10/2019||10432|
|LEARMONT||Thank you||I am researching this family name as it was through marriage. What a great suprise it was to me to see all the names and dates right there. Thank you to whoever put this together.||08/10/2019||10427|
|SHENTON||SHENTON, HAWKRIDGE, MCKIM, ETC : Thank you||As a volunteer for Findagrave.com, I know of the time and effort that is put in to photograph headstones - and it all comes from the heart!! I live in the US and have found quite a few of my UK ancestor's headstones through GPR because of your work. Very very much appreciated!||04/10/2019||10426|
|STEELE||Excellent||This is an excellent resource, with high quality images and super service.||03/10/2019||10425|
|WOODRUFF||Another piece of the jigsaw found||I have used this website quite a few times now. I’m really pleased that this website is available and helping me in my family research. I would highly recommend it. Many thanks||30/09/2019||10423|
|THOBURN||Cha? Thorburn listing correction and info: Thoburn||The name on the gravestone is “Rachael wife of John Thoburn”. She was recorded in the 1841 census for South Tanfield along with her husband. I do not know what month the census was taken, but she evidently died the same year. John Thoburn remarried in 1842 to Elizabeth Smith, whose family lived in the next dwelling. The Thoburns and at least a couple of the Smith family immigrated to Johnstown, PA, USA in 1853. ||18/09/2019||10417|
|LACEY||Robert Lacey||Thank you for such a wonderful resource. I appreciate all the work that has gone into it.||15/09/2019||10413|
|WAIT||Grateful thanks||Thank you for the images which have given further avenues for research. A superb resource site. ||14/09/2019||10410|