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EBERTThanks so much for this fantastic servicThanks so much for this fantastic service; much appreciated.

EDWARDSSuch a valuable resourceThank you so much for coordinating this initiative, it’s such a valuable resource. Having grave photos of ancestors accessible worldwide has greatly helped with my family tree research.

LEDGERMany thanks for the images you sent me Many thanks for the images you sent me

SHERWILLThanks for the photo of the Sherwill tomThanks for the photo of the Sherwill tombstone. It's so helpful to be able to obtain photos of these monuments. I really appreciate your effort to provide such a great service.

BARKERDavid Rigg BarkeHere I am again using this fabulous website but with no success - navigating it to research is a nightmare - round and round the houses and basically nothing - its easier to get in the car and go and look and a lot less frustrating. I have complained about the difficulties before and nothing has changed. I wouldn't even mind paying a subscription to this site if it was reliable - why oh why not just have a simple phone call and learn about the difficulties that can and do constantly happen - the navigation to find anyone is all over the place - success is by accident. 01937 574213 delighted to help but for now I have given up AGAIN!!!

SHEPHERDShepherd Neil And BerniceI am the great granddaughter of the above Neil and Bernice I would like to let you know that June and Pauline are still living and Gary is not berried in this plot the only people at rest are Neil and Bernice I would appreciate it if you could please fix this as it is causing issues with family research and I have had to correct other people's trees being a genealogist, has this listed as a plot with them and their children using this sites url as a link Thank you and kind regards

TOWERSTowers/Horsman FamilyOver the past 10 years found this site a valuable scource of information in my family tree research. Congratulations to those who runthis for free. As recompense, I'm going to contribute headstone deatils of my village church which does not, as yet, appear in the listings.

JACKLINGWonderful websiteThank you to all of you who have worked so hard to provide the information on this website!

COWARDMonument list of people is incorrectJoseph Coward's monument list corrections needed: Joseph Coward first name on monument husband of Mary born 1845 died 20 Apr 1895 His wife Mary Coward nee Pearson born 1845 died 1914 daughter in- law of Joseph Coward and wife of John Thomas Gaskell The people with last name of Gregory are on a separate monument I cannot see a Rhoda Gregory on either of the monuments. Mary Coward born 1869 died 1872 daughter of Joseph Howard Gaskell is Edward Gaskell born 1900 died 1901 grandson of Joseph Coward William Gaskell grandson of Joseph Coward born 1899 died 1901 John Thomas Gaskell born 1876 died 1909 son-in-law of Joseph Coward and wife of Hannah Gaskell nee Coward Hannah Gaskell nee Coward born 1875 died 5 Oct 1909 wife of John Thomas Gaskell and daughter of Joseph Coward

BLORE Great site A great website easy to use and has helped me with my family tree research. Family tree research is costly as it is so to have this free resource it great. Thank you

EMERYPhoto of graveApology if this comes across not appreciated. But the photo I requested came back as useless because the marker is so dark. Who every took the photo looking down on sunny day doesn't help - they need to be taken at the marker's level to be able to read the inscription. Now I cannot use the photo help me further. I was looking at Thomas Emery 1830 died 1904 (with Mary in the plot). .... more

HAYDENFantastic imageI was delighted to be able to close my research on Alice Ellen Hayden who died so far from home. 1856-1934. Thank you Charles for providing this service, and so quickly.

BENTLEYThank YouWhat a wonderful site. I have once again found a gravestone for one of my relatives. Thank you so much for making these photos available to everyone. I really appreciate it.

WHIBLEYEdward Whibleythe headstone reads : - HERE REST THE BODIES of ARTHUR fourth Son of RICHARD WHIBLEY and ELIZABETH SARAH his wife of New House Farm in this Parish Born Oct 18th 1849 Decd Jan 31st 1854 And of HARRIET MARY their Eldest Daughter Born Dec 13th 1844 Decd Feb 6th 1854 May They rise again unto Life Eternal Amen This Stone in affectionate remembrance Was placed here by their grandfather DAVID WHIBLEY of Delaware House Shortly after their Parents sailed for Australia with their five surviving Children EDWARD THOMAS DAVID EMILY WALTER JAMES

NEWMANJane NEWMANJane Newman, first name on the monument in St George church burial ground, Portland, Dorset, England. She was Jane ATTWOOL bap. 7 Jun 1795, bur. 11 Jan 1862, married John NEWMAN, 2 Feb 1822, all in Portland, Dorset. T.N.

RALPHSRemarkable serviceThis is the first time I have used this site, and I just wanted to say what an excellent resource it is - not only in the content but in the way that privacy issues, etc, have been handled. Some such web sites have photos that are too small to be of use, but this personalised service is really wonderful. Thank you so much.

Thank you very much for your quick respoThank you very much for your quick response to my request for a photo. As usual, a great and efficient service. Wonderful for those of us on the other side of the world to be able to find grave monuments. Dot

SAUNDERSONfamily treeThankyou for providing a fabulous service, where people like me, that are researching our family tree, but now live overseas, have access to these photos taken by volunteers. You do a fantastic job Pam


ATKINSONThank YouThank for the prompt response to my request for information. I believe one of the Headstones is for my 6th great grandfather, one of the others my be his brother, but that I haven't been able to confirm. Thanks again for the photos.

TURNBULLMaurice Peveril TurnbullYour site made it very easy, though bittersweet, to find the resting place of the infant Maurice Peveril Turnbull. The circumstances of his tragic death were only uncovered when reading of the well-documented fate of his two sisters in 1901. Thank you.

TAYLORMany ThanksThe photo of the gravestone in Lanchester churchyard for William Taylor, his wife and one of their children is super.

STONEThank YouThe service you provide is second to none. Thank you for the prompt response to my request. I have made several requests before now and I have received excellent service each time. Thank you!

SINCLAIRDaniel SinclairThanks so much for the work you are doing. I found the gravestone of Daniel Sinclair (1824-1871), his wife Helen Bayne (1825-1911), their son Daniel (1849-1880) and his wife Margaret Roy ((1851-1897) in Ford Road Cemetery, Crieff very helpful. They are my great great and great great great grandparents.

SHAWMemorial Stonesthank you for allowing me to view the Grave stone of William Shaw. I can now add it to my ancestry tree. Keep up the good work

GRAYExcellent ResiurceA big thank you to Charles Sale for the excellent work he is producing. My family on my Mum’s side is the Gray family in the Calthorpe area of Norfolk. Through these excellent web pages, I have had access to details of several distant relatives and have retrieved images of gravestones. My Great Grandmother is Ada Maria Chase nee Gray born 1877. Her father is Aurelius Earle Gray, born in Calthorpe, Norfolk, England on 16 Mar 1851 to John Gray and Emily Earl. Aurelius Earle Gray married Mary Elizabeth Puxley and had 5 children. He passed away on Jun 1929 in Wayland, Norfolk, England (source Aurelius’s brother is Rowland Earle Gray Born in Calthorpe, Norfolk on 25 Feb 1849. Once again this is an excellent resource and many thanks for access and assistance provided by Charles.

MUTTERThanksThanks for the photograph, will look at volunteering.

BEATTYAppreciation - JOSEPH BEATTYI would like to give my sincere thanks for the prompt service offered. The clear photography enabled me to clarify dates of birth and death for my ancestors.

Thank youThank you so much for the lovely images of my 4x grandparents headstone. I couldn't believe just how quickly I could access the image once I had entered in the details. Amazing job guys - and once again thank you.

HABBERSHAWreally useful websiteHabbershaw is just one of the names in my ancestry I am researching, and this particular grave is that of my 4 x great grandparents on one of my paternal lines. it is the grave of David Habbershaw and his wife Jane (nee Hawksworth). Thank you so much for this wonderful website!

MCLACHLANJanet Fyfe McLachlanThanks very much for the information on my grandmother's grave: Cemetery name: Dean 2e Cemetery location: Lothian Scotland GPR cemetery number: 601 Iain

MORRISONThank you very much Mr.Sale. The informaThank you very much Mr.Sale. The information obtained from the tombstone has been very useful. The photo is very good.

BARTLETTJohn Bartlett 1776-1852 DevonThank you Charles for the picture of John Bartlett.He and his wife Jane Borden were my 4th Great Grand parents. Using this gravestone and others found on this site I have been able to complete research on a number of Ancestors deaths. Regards Steve Hooper

RYMERSt michael's church, CoxwoldWhy are you advertising Zolucky, read the reviews, for trash from China

BRUCEThank youFabulous resource for Family Historians, easy to use, fast, and free - thank you

ALLISONGravestoneThank you so much for this photo. Being nearly 70, and in New Zealand, it is hard to get around to see parts of my family tree. We are involved with our local Genealogy Group in taking the photos of gravestones in New Zealand. Please keep up the great work, and again many thanks

MALLETTJames and Rosalie MallettThank you for the excellent service

feedbackAbsolutely fantastic. Service is unbelievable and the images are great.

WHIBLEYPlease note:- Re the WHIBLEY family who Please note:- Re the WHIBLEY family who were noted on a memorial stone to Arthur and Harriet WHIBLEY at St Peter and St Paul, Hever, Kent. Richard Edward, Thomas and David were all buried in South Australia. Elizabeth was buried at St Pancras Cemetery on 18 October 1878, Emily (married name Williams) was possibly buried Sept 1930 in Milton , Kent (not certain that this is correct) and Walter James Whibley was buried 28 Jan 1930 at Southwark, London, England.

HARDESTYThank YouThis is an amazing resource for gravestone pictures. It is remarkable that one person has organized such a wealth of information this is also easy to access. Thank You for all your time and effort to compile and maintain this information. The pictures for Thomas Hardesty were very helpful, I plan to search for other ancestors on this site. Have a great day!

PETITA very impressive serviceThank you for the very impressive service and fast turnaround of my request.

WINDEYERJohn Windeyer 1830-1892I have found this site to be very helpful. Being able to have were family were buried and if possible their grave stone. I am happy to help others with their research.

BARLOWQuick response Thank you for such a quick response to my request for the image of my great, great grandmother Mary Ann (nee Barlow) Ward's grave. Also the one of George Montague who was my grandmother's husband. Much appreciated.

NEWMARCHVery fast serviceVery fast and helpful service. Many thanks.

CONYARDNorfolk connectionsFantastic sight - many thanks. Will try to give back in the future by taking some photos to share .

Name of churchEaston royal church is and always has been Holy Trinity

COATESPhoto of gravestoneThank you so much for the photo. This site is a great resource.

ALDREDThank you very muchWe are most grateful to you for setting up this amazing resource. I would like to repay you by helping out if I can, but I do have very limited time available.

MCKEEVERardee co.louth mc keever looking for relatives of my ancesters in louth ireland

BURBERRYThank you so much for such a quick replyThank you so much for such a quick reply. I had been to Newdigate church and taken some photographs but the definition on this photo is so much better. Many thanks


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