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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
ANDREWANDREW gravestone.Great service and very prompt. A very clear gravestone picture with information that will prove to be very useful. Thanks again.

GODFREYExcellent Resource As always, the photos are crisp and clear and easy to access. Thank you very much.

SAUNDERSJohn O'Brien Saunders GravestoneThrough a contact on your site who had also requested the same gravestone photograph, I am back another 3 generations to 1668 and busy swapping information. Exciting! Many thanks.

SNELLPaulineMany many thanks for allowing free use of your website. kind regards Pauline Young

MARSHALLThank YouThank you so much for the image I requested and for the service you are providing. It is fantastic!! My ancestors came from Cornwall and unfortunately reviewing the info you had sent I see no Marshalls from Cornwall. I guess your site won't be of much help to me, but I'm sure it will aid many in their family searches. Paul

POPEIncorrect ImageThe Images you have tagged to the Henry James Pope Monument are NOT the correct images. Please correct this so that the correct images display. Thanking you in advance. Cheryl

HEATHThank youMany thanks for the photo and info on my Heath ancestors

BOYLEPhoto of gravestone Philip Boyle, St Oswald's Church, Collingham near LeedsThankyou so much for the service you provide. I now have a lovely photo of Philip Boyle's gravestone. He lived from 1878-1963 and sponsored my Viennese refugee family to escape Nazi occupied Austria and come to England. I will visit the grave this month from my home in south-west England to lay flowers in gratitude.

DOWLEBrilliant resourceWhat a great resource and great service. I found headstones of some of my ancestors and it was so easy. Thank you.

NETHERCOTTBessie and Thomas NethercottThank you for sending me the photograph of the headstone. Please can I have your permission to include it in my family tree on

BRENCHLEYGreat websiteThis has been a really useful website in helping me to sort out who's who in my East Peckham line.Thank you.

DEIGHTONDeighton family of Upper PoppletonMany thanks for your first class service. Enabling progress with the 'family' search. Kind regards

EWARTThank youThank you for the photo from across the world.

MILESCaptain Thomas George Miles 1837-1892Thank you for the opportunity to download the grave site of my great great Uncle

HERRODGreat Help!My request for further information (picture) was answered super fast and efficiently. I appreciate the help I got from GPR while researching my ancestors in England (I am in the USA). Thank you! Researching: Francis and Elizabeth Herrod

SMITHWonderful serviceThank you so much for your prompt response to my request for this photograph. This now confirms who he is - J.H. SMITH, and is a separate person from the one I am researching. Excellent!

HOPEPhotograph of Family GraveThank you. It’s so wonderful to see the gravestone of my ancestors. I never thought there would be one. Plus I live far from Wokingham so this is so amazing.

HOLMESFamily historyVery good service

SAGEWonderful ResourceI have used this wonderful resource a number of times. Thank you for your efforts and dedication. I continue to find aspects of my family and coming from Australia, makes such images difficult to obtain. Thank you.

DICKINSONThanksThanks for your help

RUSTONRUSTON, FOOTITT, BANNISTERThis site seems to be a great asset for those doing family history research.

HORNThank YouThis is a valuable resource, which I appreciate the work in preparing it.

KAYWilliam Kay GravestoneThank you for your quick reply and photo of William Kay's gravestone. This will help researching my family history.

WIDDICOMBEMiddle name ERROR Correction needed: Lydia CONSTANCE (Baird) Widdicombe .... more

FREEMANMany thanksMany thanks for sending my William Freeman requests in West Bridgford, and so fast too. First time I've found your site, and what a superb site, I'll be back

LANGMAID Orford ChurchThanks for the photos of my 4 x great grand father.

SMITHFound at lastI knew this stone was in this cemetery, but couldn't find due to overgrown vegetation. Thankyou to your photographer. Nearby stones of her husband & son were lost during stray bomb blast in world war 2.

VARTRalph VartThank you. Very, very grateful for your work.

CROWFOOTPhoto requestThank you for the quick response for my photo request of Susan Crowfoot's headstone. First time I've used this resource, what a great site!

WALLERMonument for Louisa Edmundina WallerThank you for providing the enlarged image for the monument of Louisa Waller. This is a great service for us doing research from overseas.

PRINCEBravo!Thank you Charles for your great work and for your generosity in sharing it.

STRAWSONWilliam & Susanna StrawsonResearching William & Susanna Strawson, possible parents to Peregrine Baines Strawson b 1823. One baptismal record giving William as the father's name. PBS does not appear on any other records until after his marriage.

MARLEYThanksMany thanks for your link to the photo of William Marley's It is much appreciated.

HATTONThank you-HANNIS HATTONI would like to say thankyou for all of your dedicated work in putting this resource together.

SYMONSMany thanks for an ultra quick service!Thank you for the photo of the Symons family grave in Fremington, Devon. One day I hope to visit in person.

LEEAn excellent resourceThank you very much for the image. Is very much appreciated especially how quickly it was sent.

NEWMANAwesome resourceThank you so much! The service is fantastic for those of us who live on the other side of the world and are researching our ancestors.

BURGESSMany thanks for sending the link to FannMany thanks for sending the link to Fanny Elizabeth Burgess (nee Bowry)headstone.

PETRIERobert PetrieRobert Petrie, whose monument is in St Mary’s Church, Reigate Surrey (grave 71350), His father was ROBERT PETRIE, M.A.; rector of the Grammer School of Selkirk 1719-1729; schoolmaster of Jedburgh 1729 -1734; Licensed by Presbytery of Jedburgh 2nd of January 1734; called 16th May 1734 and ordained 17th August 1734; died 15th July 1764, aged 63yrs. Buried in Canonbie graveyard. He married 24th July 1727, Margaret Waugh, only daughter of Andrew Waugh, Selkirk, and Margaret Plummer, and had 10 children. Amongst the children, in addition to Robert Petrie M.D., were two Members of Parliament. 1). JOHN PETRIE. M.P for GATTON 1796 - Apr. 1800 Born. 1742, 2nd s. of Rev. Robert Petrie, minister of Canonbie, Dumfries by Margaret, da. of Andrew Waugh of Selkirk; bro. of William Petrie*. m. (1) 11 Nov. 1779 at Calcutta, Ann, da. of Page Keble, paymaster of marines at Calcutta, 1s. 3da.; (2) 6 June 1793, Elizabeth, da. of George Vesey of Lucan, co. Dublin, 4da. John Petrie died at Calais, 5 Feb. 1826, aged 84. 2). WILLIAM PETRIE M. P. FOR EAST RADFORD 1796 - 1802 11 May 1747, 3rd s. of Rev. Robert Petrie, and bro. of John Petrie*. educ. by John Murray, schoolmaster of Canonbie, Dumfries. m. 15 Nov. 1792, Margaretta Aurora née Munro (d.1819), wid. of George Smith of Madras, at least. He died at Penang 27 Oct. 1816, aged 68. His son William was then deputy commissary general at Calais. Both worked for the East India Company. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1790-1820, ed. R. Thorne, 1986.

ALGARAmazing resource!Algar William. Thank you for all your hard work in providing such an amazing resource.

IRONMONGERFirst class resourceWe are so lucky to have access to the GPR - it has answered a lot of my family research questions. Thank you very much for all your hard work

YANDLEGreat info.Fabulous resource, very useful info and a great service.

WALKERMartha Bubb (nee Walker)What a fantastic website, can't believe I have only just found it. Already telling other people to have a look! Will definitely try to take photos that are of a good enough quality to pass on in the future.

LONSDALELove this site!I am still in awe of Charles and his wonderful site. Many thanks, as always.

CRAWFORDWonderful and helpful websiteI requested a larger picture of my 3rd great grandmother and grandfather's grave and was delighted with the clarity of the photo and I wish to thank everyone involved for taking the time to photograph and run this website. A wonderful resource for those looking into their family histories.

BUTCHERInstant photo imageMany thanks - great that I could have a photo to add to my family tree

PHILLIPSONThanksThanks for all of the pictures that you have supplied me so far in my family quest !

ZACHARIAHPhotoMany thanks for the photo.Quality is excellent

WHINCUPGrave searchThe photo of Jane Whincup's grave did not match the date of the person in my tree, but previous requests have been extremely useful and the link to all Whincup graves invaluable

WALKERThank you so muchThank you so much


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