About the BROWN names held within the GPR
This page contains a list of all the entries for the surname, maiden and family name BROWN that are held within the Gravestone Photographic Resource online database. It is quite likely that there are also entries available for alternative spellings of this name. It is very easy for you to check to see if there are any alternative spellings: you just need to look at the page that shows all the names listed under the starting letter (B in this case) of the surname you are interested in.
The BROWN name may also be found within either maiden or family names stored within the GPR.
If you click on a particular name or GPR reference number above you will see details of what information is held for that particular grave monument. If there is a high quality image available then you will be able to order a free copy of it.
If you click on a particular church, parish or town name above then you will see details of all the grave monument images that are available for that particular location.
If there is a blank in the relationship column above then it means that this person is the first named individual on the grave monument.
If you are interested in ordering a number of different images from different graves monuments, it may help if you list in grave order so that everyone mentioned on the same monument are listed together.
Please note that all ages and dates of birth in red have been calculated and are probably not on the monument.
You should treat the calculated dates of birth with caution as the ages given on monuments are often inaccurate.
The dates and ages on many monuments are also often hard to read.
It is therefore important to use the dates as guides as they may be incorrect.
The same person may appear many times in the above list.
This is because a person can easily be listed on many different monuments.
For instance, a person could be listed on their own grave as well as on the gravestone monuments of their children and their spouse.
Occasionally names will be duplicated because the monument has in error been photographed and indexed twice.
Where a relationship is shown as unknown, this usually means that parts of the monument are illegible and relationship cannot be read.
Where no relationship is given this means that this is normally the first name on the monument.
All the relationships on any particular monument relate to this first named individual.
If there is no burial date then it is likely that they are not buried at this location.
Please note that the GPR records ALL names on monuments.
All comment /feedback /help requests within the Gravestone Photographic Resource for the name BROWN
Thankyou - HARRISON AND DIXON AND BROWN
Thanks for this site, I am researching at a distance so feel lucky to have stumbled across it
Mainly researching Elizabeth Brown b June 1866 who married John Thomas Harrison
Huge time saver
I'm researching my branch of the Brown family in Lowestoft and surrounds - Seem to have been fish merchants in the mid 1800's.
My sincere thanks for making all this information available. It is very much appreciated.
Mary Ellen Brown
Thank you foe lovely clear photos
Many thanks for providing this invaluable service.
Thank you so much for the help in sizing the picture so nice to be able to view the gravestone especially when you live so far away and will probably never get back to England to see for my self . Thank you.
Thanks for a great service
Within hours of requesting an image, an email arrived from Charles Sale with the link to a high definition picture - far better service than most commercial sites. The image was clear and sharp. Sadly the tombstone was less so. Time had taken its toll and the lettering was virtually illegible. But that really is not the point. Far better to find out that the hoped for family information isn't available than to waste time hoping it is. Once again, thanks for an invaluable service.
The large Victoria Rd cemetery near Barnard Castle is not yet included in your db. Could you please add this to the projects list to be photographed?
Also there is a bug in the validation process, several correct answers were rejected as incorrect.
Thank you to the volunteers who provide this wonderful service.
Mary Thomson Brown
I have a memorial locket with Mary T Brown's photo and lock of hair. The exact date of her death and year of birth are shown. I want to find her relatives
Charles Veall Brown
Many thanks for the image. This is a fantastic service.
Search for father's grave
Thank you for a very prompt reply. The breadcrumb trail is particularly useful.
Marion McGill Brown Robert Brown Isabella Arnott Brown
Thank you so much for allowing me to see the gravestone showing some details of my father's parents and sister, whom I never met. My late brother was named after my father, and now I see also after my grandfather. My father, Robert Brown, died in Bangour Hospital on 25th June 1993, aged 72. My late brother, also Robert, died peacefully at home in Renfrewshire in January 2011, aged 57.
entry submitted by Elaine Campbell neé Brown
on: 18/08/2017 03:15 GMT ........ contact this person
Correction/confirmation of details
Andrew Brown was born on 04/05/1865 not 1825
Margaret Brown was born on 08/01/1868 and died 101 years and one day later on 09/01/1968
Great service you are providing
Thank you very much for all your help in my long search for my friend David Brown. What a wonderful service you provide, and whilst the outcome of my search was not what I was hoping for, at least I can now put my mind at rest as my search is now finally over. Hoping to visit you soon one day David R.I.P my friend.
Photo greatly appreciated
Many thanks for the photo of the gravestone of Daisy Alice Brown. Living across the pond, the chances of visiting many cemeteries in the U.K. is pretty slim. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to have a photo of Daisy's gravestone.
Thank you for a terrific looking photo of Elsie & Hector Brown's tombstone at Patho.
Thank you for your prompt response
W A Brown
I belong to the Poppy Trail Trio who are doing a poppy trail in our cemetery chapel at Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside. We lost approx 300 men from the town in WW1 & are placing a poppy cross for each one on the specially made boards in the chapel. Also we are doing a document for each soldier. This is not always easy as so many records were burned. To get a photo of a gravestone from a churchyard so far away from us is brilliant & will add to our folders that the documents are kept in. Thank you so much for providing this. We are very grateful.
I have conducted Family tree research in different areas of the country for many, many years. Volunteers who look the records of burial sites and head stones play a very part in conservation both of the sites and records. It's also a help when a researcher has to travel a long way and no time is wasted. Having got the information strived for, in general people don't mind paying an amount in the box when visiting.
Benjamin and Ann Brown
Very many thanks for the photo you sent, only found your website a couple of days ago, I now have details about my great great grandparents. Thank you.
St John, Great Wenham Suffolk
I'm looking for the gravestone of Harry Brown believed to have died in Great Wenham in 1964. If anyone lives near this churchyard and could look I would be very grateful.
6 Talbot Road Twickenham England
Looking for family of Henry James and Emily Brown, with son born 15th February 1889 named Howard Thomas, born at 6 Talbot Road, Twickenham England..son was my grand-father.
Thank you so much for providing all these photos and information. The website is so easy to use and an invaluable iad to researching the family.
Thanks for the image
Brown gravestone in Bamburgh Churchyard
It was a long shot and turned out not to be (as far as I yet know) part of the family I am looking for, but the opportunity to look and check it out is so very much appreciated. Thank you
A wonderful resource I'd not found before, many thanks to al
A wonderful resource I'd not found before, many thanks to all who run and maintain it.
Jane Pasley Hay Thornburn and husbandJohn James Graham Brown and family
I would like to say how much I appreciate the rapid response to my request for grave photo of John James Graham Brown and his wife Jane Pasley Hay Thornburn. Being in Australia and unable to do grave prowling in Scotland and England appreciate such a site as this one. Thanks to those responsibleRegardsJan Osborn
BROWN, HAYLETT, HODDS, ETC
What a great idea, and free too! I'd love to help, once I've completed my family researches, and will certainly pass the details of your site and the help needed to my other research contacts.
charlies & annie may
these are ny mothers parents buried between 1960 to 1965 any help in find grave would be greatly welcomed
looking for my deceased brothers son and daughter
hello my brother allen is buried in quedgeley were he lived with his wife shirly and son tony and daughter tanya i have only seen the children once i used to phone them up after there fathers death but i was to much alike him that they found it painfull to keep in touch that was in 1990 they are grown up now and may be familys of there own i would just like to know how they are now maybe you can help i dont know if they still live in your area but i think the picture of the grave is the one of my brothers ---thanks for your time ---reg
Grave No 175642 - St Mary de Crypt's Church Gloucester
It was fantastic to see a photograph of my 4xGt Grandparent's grave. The GPR website is wonderful and I do thank you for your help. I shall repay you with some photos of my own to add to the site.
Henry Brown , Harriet Paley
I have requested the tombstone photos of these two people and would like permission to put these photos on Ancestry.com
Henry , Mary and John Brown
This is so helpful. It is great to have this information when researching your family tree.
BROWN AND MEIN AUSTIN
This is a fantastic service. Thank you so much.
I hope to soon take some photos of our headstones and help to expand your resource for the benefit of others like myself.
Many many thanks for the wonderful photos of some of my New Zealand Annie Brown family. You are all doing a wonderful job which I am sure is greatly appreciated by many of us family researchers.
Thank you so much. What a great service. Requested and received image on the same day!
WILLIAM AND MARY ANN BROWN monument exists St. Giles and St. George's burial ground Ashtead
We are hoping there may be a photograph of the headstone of William Brown dec 5/11/1947 and his wife Mary Ann Brown dec 02/12/1950 available. We have a map confirming it is there and have been told there is an existing headstone however we live in Canada. I note they are not listed on the index though it has been done on your site. Thank you for any assistance.
Great quick service. This image has given me new information
Great quick service. This image has given me new information and something to add to my family history rather than just names and dates - thank you for the great resource.
Great Grandfathers family
Thank you for the photo. Excellent service that has helped with my search into the Brown family history.
Very grateful to Charles. Has helped piece together the life and times of my great-great-great-great grandfather Tiplady Brown.
I'd like to say thank you for the speedy response to my request for the image of Thomas Lumsden Brown's headstone. Brown is not an easy name to research at the best of times so a warm thank you for the picture which adds so much to my knowledge (not least where he's buried!).
Fantastic so gratefull for your help in helping with information on family tree,this a brilliant service you provide.
Thankyou once again for helping with my family history research.yet another piece of information
I thought I would never see this gravestone again.Thankyou so much for sending it to me. i will certainly use it again if the cemetery is available. kath