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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
SAVAGEReginald Ernest Savage Thank you for the larger, clearer photos of his monument. This has given names of his children and grandchildren which I didn’t have.

PEERSThank you for the photo of the Peers graThank you for the photo of the Peers grave in Stockton on Tees (Ann Eliza Peers and her parents). Very prompt and helpful.

BLANCHETTExcellent serviceThank you for sending me the photo of Arthur Reuben and Edith Razel Blanchett's gravestone. A very useful site when graves / headstones are not in your local area. Thank you.

STUBBSfeedbackThank you for offering this useful service.

MATTHEWSThanks - MATTHEWS/CAPELThanks for the access to your image Charles.

BERRYThank youJust to say thank you for the image. It's such a help since I live in North Yorkshire so visiting the South West is not very easy. Hilary

THOMASThanksCharles a thankyou for your grave photos I have dowloaded 3 or 4 over the years, ta Greg

HOLDAWAYWalter Ernest Valentine HoldawayThank you to GPR for sharing photo of walter's resting place.Your time and help is greatly appreciated.

STAFFORDJames McLean StaffordRegarding the monument which shows information for James McLean Stafford. He is not physically in this grave. James is one of the thousands of Australian soldiers from World War 1 whose final resting place is unknown. The inscription is a memorial to his life. He was killed in a ferocious battle at Amiens on the Somme on 5th April, 1918.

GAMMONThank YouThank you very much for sending details of gravestone that I requested. Received very promptly. Well done to all the volunteers who make this possible. Much appreciated.

Superb ServiceAn extremely useful resource for family history research. The many hours of work you must have put in to provide this facility are greatly appreciated. Thank You.

WHILEYJames WhileyFantastic response as always. Picture is clearer than I thought it would be and has James’s wife Lydia Whiley included also.Thank you Charles, these photos and information are very much appreciated.

BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANNVery usefulVery useful information gained from the gravestone

RAINESAnother Great ImageThe image I requested was available instantly from the website shwoing that the new delivery system works well. Many thanks Charles.

SHIREBYthank you thank you

ERSKINEThank YouMany, many thanks for making this service available and opportunity to have a photo of my cousin and wife's headstone. Much appreciated. Denise.

DAVISHeadstone.Thank you so much for this excellent website. The image is so clear and although the facts concerning the relevant dates on the headstone are slightly misleading in terms of accuracy, purely because whoever erected it did not know, it gives enough information to know that this is the grave of my great aunt Margaret Davis nee Donnelly.

WILLIAMS JOHN WILLIAMS - Very helpful websiteI’ve found this website to be invaluable and commend all the volunteers who provide their time to make images available,

ThanksA great website, very helpful and eady to use. Provided useful info on dates of death for other family members. Thanks to all helpers as well.

General feedbackMany thanks, this site is very easy to use, and provides high quality images very quickly. A fantastic resource, can highly recommend, and am very greatful.

HOMERValuable resourcewould just like to say that my request was dealt with at lightning speed ad that we are very lucky to have such dedicated individuals willing to use their spare time for the betterment of others, thank you very much

HOODThanksMany thanks for the photos you have been able to send. This is a great resource!

ALLENMany thanksI wish this valuable resource a very long and active life! Herbert Stanley WHEELER's dates on his wife Vera's gravestone in Woodbridge cemetery have enabled me to locate his origins. The inscription also indicates that she was a mother and grandmother, giving me more generations to be traced.

EDWARDSThanks so much for the image service. MyThanks so much for the image service. My friend is a descendant of Jane and William Edwards (I'm pretty sure, anyway) and she is making a family history trip to England and Ireland later this year - this is exactly the sort of thing she wants to see.

BREWERPhoto of Martha Grace Brewer's gravestoneDear Mr Charles Sale, Thank you very much indeed for the photograph. Your service to amateur family historians like me is invaluable. Please accept my heartfelt appreciation. Kind regards, Martin

TARRIERHelp requested once againNot for the first time I've had help from you. Thank you it's much appreciated

ELDRIDName linked to wrong graveDear Sir, I am looking for the grave of E Norton Eldrid at Dorking Municipal Graveyard. Although the grave is listed the link goes through to the photo for the grave of a different person - are you able to help please?

BENSONGrave of Christopher & Mary BENSON nee GRAYTruly a magnificent free to use website that I've just used for the first time! The image I requested of the BENSON grave was great to see, especially being a better quality image than the thumbnail. In case another person has a link to these people which appear in my family tree I mention the following comments - ‘Christopher BENSON married Mary GRAY 07 Dec 1807 St Peter Leeds YKS. Mary was bpt 24 Feb 1788 St Peter Leeds, daughter of Henry GRAY (1762-1835) & Ann SINGLETON (1763-1835/1841?). Mary is a sister to my maternal 4x great-grandfather Thomas GRAY (1807-1838).

LYTTELTONCorrectionThe name Lytteltor at St Deniol's Churchyard, Hawarden is incorrect and should read Lyttelton. i.e Charles F (Frederick) Lyttelton

BOSOMWORTH PALLISER BOSOMWORTH What a great website very much appreciated

HARMANHARMAN/CLARKThank you so much Charles for your quick response. Within a few hours I was able to go to Scartho Road Cemetery and found not only Robert, Sarah and Egbert Harman headstone but also their son in laws Andrew Clark which was situated close by. Your help is very much appreciated.

ALCOCKFeedbackThank you for the prompt response to my request for a copy of the photo I requested. as a beginner in researching my family tree I look forward to visiting the site again in the future. Stuart

BOYLEWilliam and Martha Boyle nee Martin and their childrenThank you very much for providing this service, it is greatly appreciated.

Thank you for sending the requested photThank you for sending the requested photo

GRANDExcellent photographs. Thank you. RegardExcellent photographs. Thank you. Regards, Peter

STALKERGreat ServiceDiscovered this site via Ancestry. Delighted to have immediate access to the image. Will search again soon. A nominal donation for each image saved is well worth it. Thanks

RODGERRodger ancestryFound this site by chance, within 30 minutes I had located the final resting place of my grandfather (x2). I had been trying to get this information for several years without any success. Very impressed with the information available and in particular the photograph of the gravestone that also revealed other family information.10/10

WILLIAMS SARAH WILLIAMS - Feedback Thank you very much for helping me confirm the death date and location for my 2x great grandparents. I live in Australia so am unable to visit cemeteries myself so am very grateful for this website. PS I tried to make a donation but it would not link to paypal?

HARRILLCorrections to Corston Church, Somerset, entriesRe Record 95, the correct surname spelling is Harrill. Re Charles Edward Harrill, his body is buried in the War Cemetery, Heerstrasse, Berlin.

MAYThank you so muchI am delighted. You have provided me with a cemetery memorial that has led me to identify my missing 2 x great grandfather and all relevant dates. Genealogy websites were no help. Also sad to then learn he met a violent death from a work accident. Thank you also for a very prompt service.

HUTCHISONAmazingWhat an amazing site that I have recently come across, thank you so much for the work and effort, as reasearching from England it is a godsend.

SMITHIES James Smithies Thank you so much for sending me the image of my ancestors' grave. I found it really moving to see it.

JOWETTNew resourceI have just discovered your web site and wanted to thank you, and your volunteers, for the work done to document these graves. I was thrilled to find photos of my 3rd great uncle (and aunt) Nathan and Allee Jowett.

MILLERHILDA FRANCES MILLERYour service has been very helpful and thank you for the timely response

MCLEODThank youThank you for the hs photoof Catherine McLeod

PINCKARDIsabella PinkardThank you for hosting this site and thank you for sending me the link to the gravestone photograph. It is sites like this that greatly aid family historians, thank you again

BONDBOND (WALKER) Family Tree ResearchGreat resource, thank you. Until now I had no idea that my great Aunt and Uncle, Joseph & Elizabeth Bond (Walker) and their daughter Phyllis had a family grave in Cleethorpes Cemetery.

RODICKThank you!Thanks so much for such a fantastic service - much appreciated!

JACKSONJackson gravestoneThank you for the quick response to my request. It all adds to the jigsaw of family research! Will definitely use again.

POCAHONTASThank You!What great service! I got the photo so quickly and it was perfect. Thank you so much!!


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