You can see what people think about the GPR by looking at their comments.
The latest comment was added to the website on 19/01/2020 at 09:57:
Title: Excellent service
Comment: A fabulous service. Really quick and the quality of images is great. It has definitely helped in my research.
There is also a system on the website that allows you to ask for help with your research:
The latest help request was added to the website on 17/01/2020 at 12:52:
Title: Finding location of my aunt's grave.
Comment: Just wondering if you could help me? I am trying to find the location of my aunt's grave. Her maiden name was Mary Hegarty. Her married name was Mary Hope. Her husband's first name was Harry. Mary died in 1963. Harry died a few years later. I would really love to know where they are buried. They lived in Surrey, England. Part of their address was Worcester Park so I think maybe the grave yard might be in that vicinity....but not sure of this. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this!
Besides having grave monument photographs, the GPR also has an image collection of most of its cemeteries, churches and war memorials.
The GPR is run by Charles Sale. He set it up in 1998 and has written all the code used by the website.
In the beginning, Charles did everything but now he has many volunteers who photogaphs cemeteries. These photographs are then used to extract all the names and other details mentioned on the monument.
To make the GPR even better, please think about photographing your local churchyard or cemetery. It is easy to register as a new volunteer.