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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
THOMSONSuperb resourceThank you. Found the information i was looking for on Alfred Thomson. Clear image. Thank you

SHERRATTSherratt & Isabella Wright BirssWhat a fab site, so glad I've found it to help with my family history. Thank You

HARTASHartas FamilyThe information/picture re Hannah Hartas has immensley helped with my search of the Hartas family.

HOOKERHookerfantastic website, easy to use and full of great and very useful information. Thanks very much for all the hard work.

MORRISON, FeedbackMany, many thanks for the wonderful site! Very helpful and kind! I am most grateful to the volunteer who works so hard to help researchers! Well done and thank you!

AVIS SWAFFHAMHeadstones SwaffhamThank you very much for taking the time to set up this resource and make it available for those of us who are unable to visit areas.

HORNERCorrection for Elizabeth Carmont Horner She should be listed as the 2nd wife of John, not Ann.

KIDNERWebsite feedbackJust a typo: FEBRUARY :-)

AINSLIEAinslie family tree Berwick upon TweedWhat an EXCELLENT site. I can now trace our Family tree to those Ainslie's at the Berwick church yard. I only started a year ago with a few scribbled notes & what a journey. shame there arn't more Church yards with photo's of their graves.

SANDWITHThank youThank you for your very helpful resource. Much appreciated.

WARDRequesting grave markersMany thanks for allowing me another copy of the grave markers (after misplacing them)of my Great Grandfather James Ward B.1948 D.1935 and Great Grandmother Emma Ward B.1858 D.1921 who are buried in St Margarets Churchyard Woodham Mortimer. They were living at Hill Mead. Rectory Road Woodham Mortimer when they died

THARRATTThank youThank you for supplying me with the image of John Tharratt's (Grainthorpe) grave stone. It is very much appreciated.

HENSLEYThanksThank you

PITTSYet again great serviceGave me two death dates I was looking for, Elizabeth S Pitts and Lizzie B Pitts.Many thanks.

RICHARDSONGreat websiteThank you for your very prompt response to my enquiry. Having found my 2x Great Aunt on a memorial stone it was something tangible.

JOBLINGGreat resource. Great work. Thank you so much.Jobling April 6 1880

DRAKEBrilliant siteThank you so much for your very quick reply and information provided. It really helps add to my family story and brings to life people who I never knew. Thank you.

HUNTERThank you so much for allowing me to copThank you so much for allowing me to copy the gravestone of my great uncle, Ernest Hunter and his wife Ada.

BATTERBYRelation resting placesThank you very much for my great Uncle Albert Batterby’s gravestone

NEWGravestone of John NewThank you for your prompt response to my request for the image of the gravestone of my paternal great grandfather. I was grateful for the link to search for other gravestones with the surname New.

SMITHTerence C SmithThank you for prompt response re Terence Clifford Smith 1923-1975

BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANNThank You Very useful information gained from the gravestone

JARVISThanks for the MI of Daniel JarvisMuch appreciated

STANNINGFionaThank you very much for the gravestone information, your service is such a great resource for anyone who is researching their family tree.

BISHOP / GREENTREEGrave photo of William BishopThank you for your photo.

ROUTHFamily This site is really good, it’s helped me look for family

HASKINSThank you for Haskins photoHave just found your web site. Thank you for all the work that must go into it on an ongoing basis as well as setting it up in the first place. If I can provide any info in the future I will certainly do so.

CONWAYThank youJust wanted to thank you for letting me have the image of my grandparents' (Peter and Ellen Conway)gravestone. I appreciate your work, it's very useful for family researchers.

ExcellentI didn't realise the response would be instantaneous. What a wonderful, assisting, generous band of volunteers. So very well done.

DIGHTONHenry Dighton was a brewer in Bristol, hHenry Dighton was a brewer in Bristol, he married Katherine Penn in 1632. He is my 9G Grandfather.

thank yougrateful for this site and the work done to build and maintain. grateful

BEECHThank YouThank you so much for a valuable service. I must look at doing a similar thing in my town.

KARLThanks for this valuable serviceThanks to all the volunteers at GPR for providing this valuable service, especially nice when travel from BC to ON is a major deterrent.

MITCHELL Thank you again for allowing me to see tThank you again for allowing me to see the monuments of my Scottish ancestors.

BECKMary Ann & William BeckThank you so much for the photograph of Mary Ann and William Beck's headstone. It's nice to know that you are helping so many people with these fantastic photos!

KINGSTON Very helpful!Many thanks for the image you supplied, of the grave of my great uncle, however I have no idea why he is buried in this plot with Highes family members. I do know that his wife when I knew him was his second wife, as he had previously been widowed. Perhaps that’s the connection. It gives me a new avenue to explore now. Thanks again for your invaluable resource.

SCOTTThank you for youe serviceThank you for youe service

PRICEthank youas always a prompt service with high quality photos. highly recommend this service. many thanks monica

FLATTWar GraveThanks you very much for the picture of my relative Joseph Flatt's headstone

ROBINSONGreat site - I find it useful in helpingGreat site - I find it useful in helping with the research I am doing into my family tree. The Robinson family I am interested in came from Bramley (Leeds, Yorkshire, U.K.) and the ones I am interested lived there from as far back as I can find (abt. 1800) through the 1800s. Ann Robinson, a direct forbearer married into the wood family in 1833.

CUTLANDThank YouAn excellent service. Thank you very much. Gerald

CONLANMany thanks Great to be able to see some photos especially as our family is scattered around Australia and NZ

FAULKSThanksDear Charles, Thank you for your email. I did however receive the images I requested with many thanks although I will also download them. I do have some images other FAULKS graves mainly from Long Clawson Dunchurch but not really in the format or details you request but if I re visit those place I am happy to include them to you. Many thanks for your continued help to family researchers David

GODDARDThank youThank you for providing this service. You made it possible to have a photo of my ancestors resting place as I am in Canada and unable to visit myself. This service that you provide is very much appreciated. Christena

MOLLWhat an awesome site! My grandmother wasWhat an awesome site! My grandmother was a WW1 war bride and came to New Zealand but we had no information about her family, so at least having a photo of this gravestone is really special !! Thanks everyone :-)

WATSONThank you for sending me the precious imThank you for sending me the precious image of the headstone of William C Watson alone with the grave details. It has been really, really helpful in our family history process. So generous.

WILLIAMSGravestone in Durham Road Cemetery, Stockton on TeesVery pleased to find a photograph of grandparents gravestone William John and Maria Elizabeth Williams which we didn't know was there. A very good resource

SMITHThank you was a great helpThank you was a great help

DAVISONcomplicated site to search Directed here from Ancestry which showed details of a Robert Davison but could not find the respective info - found it very complicated. The validation image was also ridiculously unreadable I had to use a magnifying glass and not everyone has one Name: Robert Davison Birth Year: 1737 Burial Year: 1818 Burial Place: Rothbury, Northumberland, England Death Age: 81 Cemetery: All Saints .... more

STEPHENSSuch a help!Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to have the picture of the gravestone in Swimbridge churchyard.We could not find it when we visited in the spring and were wondering who to ask about photographing it for us.Then from a hint through Ancestry here it was.So very grateful.I will offer to help with collecting photographs locally for the site


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