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DENTONPhotograph link received - Alfred James DentonI came across GPR by chance, and what an incredible resource it is! Charles, this is just the kind of website that so many would have said they needed, but you've actually put your heart into providing it - free of charge. I'm unable to provide active support at present, but this is certainly something I would consider helping with in the future. Thank you, Charles and the team.

BEEThis website is truly amazing. How generThis website is truly amazing. How generous of Charles to give time and effort in maintaining it. I am forever grateful. June Roberts

BURNETTThanksVery helpful thank you.

RICHARDSONThank you so very much for the image re Thank you so very much for the image re grave of Major Henry John Robert St George Richardson and his wife Harriette Alice

BRAMLEYThank you!I just want to thank you for sharing these photographs and all the work that had been done. Your help and kindness in making these photographs available (and without charge) is truly appreciated.

JOHNSONThank youThank you for such a clear photo of my 2x gt-grandmother Elizabeth Johnson's grave stone and her son Absalom Johnson in Houghton (Huntingdonshire) Cambridgeshire who actually died in 1857

MILLNEReleanor millnerThankyou i have been trying to work out where the family were buried and the inscription on the memorial was full of information

HORTHCHARCharles and Maria HaversMany thanks for such a fast response. I am sure that all users will agree that this website is a very useful resource for our research. I for one am very grateful that you put in the time and trouble to make the information available to us. Thank you.

HORTHCHARCharles and Maria HaversMany thanks for such a fast response. I am sure that all users will agree that this website is a very useful resource for our research. I for one am very grateful that you put in the time and trouble to make the information available to us. Thank you.

SWANSONGreat websiteThanks for the photos, discovered some new family tree info, great website.

RICHARDSONGravestone of Walker Richardson What a fabulous resource this website is. Thank you so much for your prompt response to my request for an image of my great grandfathers gravestone. Walker Richardson was my paternal great grandfather. My grandfather, Walkers' son, Ewart, is also buried on the family plot.

COLLINSCorrection of memorial informationMary Elizabeth Collins was the second wife of Joseph Collins, rather than the mother of of Sarah Ann Collins nee York.

EVENDENSarah JarvisThanks again to Charles and the volunteers for this amazing site. A distant relative in my wife's tree had moved from the home village in Sussex to New Zealand. The grave and M.I. provided the final detail to Sarah Jarvis nee Evenden's life.

CASLEYimageThanks for allowing me to access the image of William Casley. It was an unexpected surprise.

MARKHeadstoneElizabeth Mark thank you for the photograph of the headstone.

FISHERHelen Hastie (nee Fisher)Researching the Fisher family, so found this headstone image useful in completing my research for Helen. Thanks to those responsible for providing / uploading the image.

MCKENZIEMCKENZIE AND MCCOLLThank you for providing this service which has been very helpful to me. My McKenzie and McColl ancestors were slate quarriers in the Laroch/Ballachullish area. Any information on Ewan McColl, born about 1755 and still alive in 1851, would be most useful. Thank you again.

BAKERThanksSuch an amazing resource so very helpful as I live so far away thank you so very much

BAKERThanksSuch an amazing resource so very helpful as I live so far away thank you so very much

PRINGThank you Thank you very much for the photograph

CHAPMANMany thanks for sending the better imageMany thanks for sending the better image. Haze

GASKELLThank you and great serviceThanks for sending through the gravestone photo - not living in the area anymore I cannot visit. It was lovely to read, especially now that I am researching my family history. I appreciate your work and providing this free service!

BARLOWChristianna MorrisQuick and very helpful to my search of family history. Thank you.

FLETCHERThanks for doing such a great jobIt really meant a lot to see the war memorial recording the death of my 2x great uncle in WW1. The info on the headstone where his parents were buried included him as well and so I was able to confirm where he was wounded and where he died in France. Thank you

BEECROFTThank you!I just want to thank you for offering this service. It really does mean a lot to those of us who can not travel but still wish to know our family history.

ARMSTRONGMatthew Armstrong - Beverley - East YorkshireThank you very much for taking time to take these photos. When I get to visit Beverley I now have a basic idea of where to look. Very helpful and speedy response.

GOLDSMITHSeeking info regarding a Charles Goldsmith (trawlerman) out of Ramsgate but could be buried elsewherHave since received more information and this is not the individual I was seeking. Have found that the person I was looking for died in 1904. Even so, many thanks for your assistance.

KNIGHTThanks!A fantastic resource! So lovely to see a photo of my ancestor's gravestone.

WAKEFIELDHeadstone imageThanks for your help in providing a photo of the headstone of my father in law.

Thank YouThank you so much for the photo of the Memorial of Frederick A Brooker, which adds a bit more depth to my family history research.

WARRENThanksThanks for the access to view the headstone of Joseph Warren. He was the uncle of my 2nd Great Grandmother Sarah Shuckforth Walker nee Barnard.

CHASEThank youThank you so much for the photo of the Memorial of George William Chase.

SHAWThank youThank you for all your help which is so much appreciated.

POTTFrederick William PottThank you for the image of the gravestone of Frederick William Pott, someday I may visit the graveyard.

BOWMANIncorrect name on linkHi Listed as Walter Bowman hurried Witton Park 1998 age 71. Gravestone reads Walter Bowen. Best wishes

Great ServiceMany thanks for all the hard work in providing photos of long lost relatives graves, much appreciated, and a tangible link to my past generations. It is strange that he is the only member of that generation with a marked grave. Diolch yn fawr,

ORCHISONThank youI will now travel to see the grave hopefully in the next year or so.

ADAMSThank You - ADAMS/BAKERMany thanks for the great headstone photo of John Adams and family.

PIMPExtremely grateful for your assistanceThank you so much for the image of my Great Grandfather's cousin's (and his wife)grave stone. It was amazing to be able to view the image so quickly. Thank you for the service that you give. It is very special as I live in Australia and I am unable to travel to the burial grounds and cemeteries where many of my ancestors are interred. It really means so much to those of us searching for information regarding our ancestors and the lives that they led. Warmest regards Belinda

COBBHelped me locate a gravestone in my local churchyardStumbled across this website when searching for a gravestone in my local churchyard. A request was sent to the vicar about the location of a headstone for this family. I found it on here with no problems and downloaded an image. Site very easy to use and will be somewhere I come to when doing research for my own family.

LARNERThanksMany thanks for your prompt response to a request for a photo of the gravestone for Samuel Larner. Your work is much appreciated.

HAMMONDJames Shulver Hammond& Hephzibah HammondWell done Charles, thankyou for taking the family photo. I'm 16000 kilometers away so really appreciate the generous work you do.

MARTINDALEThank you for your fantastic service in Thank you for your fantastic service in providing gravestone images. The image I requested was very clear, and appeared very quickly!

FISKFantastic Aid to Family History researchThis is a brilliant site, easy to use, and very useful. Run by a true professional, this is a massive aid for anyone really into their family tree research. Requests are responded to in mega quick time!! Cannot fault the service. A+

GUILLIATTExcellentWhat a fantastic service. In the past I've scoured graveyards looking for and photographing family stones. I knew this resource must exist and here it is all from volunteers. With gratefull thanks, Steve

BINNSGreat resourceI'm so glad to have found this great resource. Am going to look for many other names. Sure it's going to be useful. So quick too - can see the image straightaway.

STANSFIELDSpeedy Response.Very useful site & a speedy response. It went to my spam so I didn't actually see it until later, always check spam. Thank you for access to the image.

COOPER Great resource Thank you Charles for the work that you do with this website. I have made many interesting discoveries for my family tree and it is wonderful to find out the final resting places of my relations

KEENHoorah!Thank you so much Charles for your speedy reply - what an invaluable resource you provide. You've helped me enormously with my research - THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.

SMITHPhotograph of the headstone of Gertrude Eleanor Smith and parents.Thank you very much for the image of this headstone. Much appreciated.


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