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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
PAVELYGreat resourceThank you for making this resource available it is an easy to use website with clear and concise instructions for those who are not savvy with how these things work.

BOUTCHERGreat find on internetWow. I did not know this existed. What a great find. Thank you so much

Thank you for this wonderful free resourThank you for this wonderful free resource. It has been most helpful in historical research.

HANKEYResearching family.Charles, thank you for the service you provide. Regards Julian

GOLDSTEINGoldsteinThank you so much for your time and effort which is free to all. I am still checking to see if the Clara Goldstein grave is my 4x g-grandmother and hope it is. I would never have been able to get to Paris to find the grave myself. Please keep up the good work.

FORTCorrectionFull name:Adam Clapperton FORT born 1844 Wife: Annie Maria FORT

DAVIDSONDavidson GravestonesThank you so much for providing an image of J Dent Davidson, his wife and daughter.

BORRETTThank youThank you so much for the image of the gravestone of my direct ancestor William Borrett. What a great service

PLATTENPlatten familyThank you so much for this image, I am very touched to see it. I now live in Suffolk and it is touching to find that this is close to where my family roots are. I will be visiting Beeston church soon.

GARLANDGARLAND, THOMAS - Quick response, excellent resource I am so pleased that I got a response in a matter of minutes. This site is a wonderful resource when you can’t just hop in the car and drive to the cemetery. Thank you so much for everything you’ve done for the rest of us. Much appreciated.

DIBBThank you thank you Thank you so much for your kind efforts and free service in providing gravestone photographs. Much appreciated, indeed!!

SLYGreat resource Thank you again for the great service you provide. My request for an image was met within a few hours.

PLUNKETTPLUNKETT JOHN MCFARLANE - Many thanks!Thankyou Charles for being so prompt in sending the photo of John McFarlane & James Plunkett's headstone. I found your website last night & was so happy to find that this info was available what's more free.Thankyou again. Noreen Hassett

CAMPBELLThank you.Rsally appreciate this service. As I live in Canada I would never get to see these markers in person. James and Emma Campbell

REIDThank youI would like to thank you for making this information available. It makes my searching easier and gives me more information about my kin and heritage. Regards, Mark Steffen

COCHRANEThanksmany thanks to charles for his help with this photo, much appreciated

COLWELLGeocachingNeeded to find a date for a geocaching church micro and found the photo of the gravestone. A bit hard to read but it gave me what I needed to know so a big thumbs up from me.

VARIOUSAppreciationFantastic Resource. I am working outside of UK now but when I get back intend to contribute. Thanks

GIVENThanks to all the volunteersA huge thank you to everyone who contributed to this site. I am researching the Given family who came from the Midlothian area of Scotland.

CRANMERValuablesiteVery impressed with the prompt response to my requests. Thank you. As a sight impaired elderly lady, I am struggling to follow through the instructions, and am not sure how to produce a thumbnail picture as |I selected a large one. However, I am grateful for your wonderful contribution to my research.

STEWARTStewarts said to be related to Esther McLaren WallaceStrainRev'd Charles Stewart (1869-1952), husband of Edith Susan Kerr (1866-1946), father of John Kerr Stewart (1900-1947). No obvious relationship to Strain or Wallace families

CLIFTONClifton familyThank you very much for the photo, much appreciated

HILLSAmazing Site!Thank you so much for these photographs!! I haven't been able to find them elsewhere. (Archibald Hills 1832-1896)

STEADMABEL ISABEL & THOMAS LESLIE STEADGreat photo, thanks, it really helps my research into my STEAD family.

CURTISReally usefulRequested two pictures which were forwarded really quickly. Much appreciate that it is possible to get photographs of graves as not always possible to visit the cemeteries oneself. Look forward to looking for other family names.

LIMEBEERFamily GravestoneThank you so much for such a clear picture and precise information. This has been invaluable to me in my family research. Mary's mother and father William & Elizabeth are my 4x gr grandparents and it's amazing to find this grave. I hope to travel from South Wales to lay flowers in the near future. The time spent by any/all volunteers to provide these images is to be commended and I hope to offer my own contribution to the collection in due course.

BLOOMFIELDBloomfieldThank You for the lovely photo of my ancestors grave. I appreciate all your hardwork.

BAKERThank youThank you very much for photographing this gravestone. It's a shame that someone wasn't able to repair it.

TAYLERI am researching my husbands'Hardwick anI am researching my husbands'Hardwick ancestors. This site is amazing,many thanks to all involved. Carole Millar Australia

READYou have a great resource for researching ancestors.Thank you to all the volunteers who make this site possible. I appreciate the photos and dates. I had only found one Edward and Mary Read previous to this site.

QUESTEDGravesite & details for Kate Jull QuestedThank you to all who provide this wonderful service. It gives more proof of who we are researching and that we're on the right track. Please keep up the good work.

DOWThank You!!As always, this site delivers. I have found it useful many times. Well done to all involved

SAWKILLThanksMany thanks. Your website has allowed me to confirm a fact and move on in my research. Keep up the good work!

COOKEThank youResearching Ann Cooke (Nee Hornsby). Thanks go to all at GPR.

PULLENThank YouThanks so much for the photo of my family member. I appreciate it so much.

WHITEyour site has been very helpful and photyour site has been very helpful and photos are great thank for your help

RANDALLRANDALL/ARMSTRONG - Thankyou Thankyou so much for getting back to me and helping me view an image of my ancestors graves. I truly appreciate your hard work. Many many thanks Kim

MACKINNONAngus Iain MacKinnon, StaffinI visited my uncle's memorial at Staffin Clachan Cemetery many years ago when I lived in the southwest of England. I moved to the southwest of Scotland a couple of years ago and have mislaid the photographs I took of the stone. This resource has enabled me to retreive almost exact copies of my own photographs, which I will forward to my uncle's newborn great grandson in Australia as part of his memory box. Thank you to the volunteers who maintain GPR

MORRISFamily researchThank you so much for allowing me access it has helped my research very much. Many thanks.

KIDDLEFamily History - KIDDLE / RENDELLThank you for this great resource. Found another three headstones tor the families I am searching.

RAPHAELJuliana and Abraham RaphaelThanks to your amazing work, I found the tombstone of my third great-grandmother! Thanks for your help

CHILLYSTONEChillystone Familythank you so much for this free service. so generous.

CLARKMany thanks for your work in making thesMany thanks for your work in making these photos available.

WAITEWAITE: MABB: CARRICKThank you for your service. Very helpful and very prompt.

TULLYPhoto of stoneThank you for your time and your work

PACKERMuch appreciatedJust wanted to leave a comment on how wonderful this resource is and how much I appreciate the work that must go into maintaining it. Thank you.

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!

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!

LINGExcellent resourceThank you once again for your brilliant website

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)


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