All comment/feedback/help requests within the Gravestone Photographic Resource for the name SIMPSONPettistree grave of Jeremiah & Arabella Simpson
What a great resource. I have not yet had a chance to travel to Suffolk to visit my ancestors' last resting place, so this is the next best thing! Thank you so much.
Many thanks for sight of the stone relating to Hugh L Simpson
Robert Woodliffe Simpson
Thank you so much for sending along the photograph. I was truly amazed that on the other side of the world there was someone who snapped a photo of the headstone of my great-grandfather. It has helped me in tracing my family roots. One note - it is listed as Robery Woodliffe Simpson on the web - it should be Robert. Again - many thanks.
Grace Edna Simpson monument (grave 343290)
The image arrived quickly and was of excellent quality. Many Thanks.
What a great site
I found you by accident but it was a nice find thank you for any help you have or will give me
Many thanks for your help,
Hi Charles, Thank you so much for the photo. What an excellent service. Keep up the good work.
Website was very helpful as my family originated from Yorkshire and as I now live over two hours' drive away, I cannot easily get back to look around the local cemeteries.
Thanks so much for taking these photos and making them available. Robert Woodliffe Simpson was my great grandfather.
Thank you very much for the photograph. A great service
William Simpson family grave at Weeton Yorkshire
Many thanks for this. I am more than a little bit gobsmacked. Until now, all of my recent research has been on the computer. To see the gravestone with the names of my great great grandfather and grandmother is a little bit unreal: it starts to bring my family history much closer than I had thought possible. It also gives clues to a date that I had started to struggle to find.
Many thanks again for your time and effort in running this wonderful site
Very pleased to receive the image of Annie Simpson's memorial today. The swift reply was appreciated.
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Thank you for the images. They are very helpful and may I say a terrific site.
Simpsons of Lincolnshire
The photos of George and Susanna are excellent and have helped my research a great deal.
George & Rebecca SImpson
Thank you for making this resource available! You responded promptly and provided a significant clue in my family history research.
I was looking for Robert Simpson, born 1805 in the Filey area. I know he lived in Hunmanby in 1855, was a fisherman, but couldn't find any death details. The gravestone I viewed was not connected. However I have used the site before and have been successful. Thank you.
Stone Quarrymen from Newbiggin then Windy Nook.
Nathaniel Simpson 1807-1849. Gravestone shows he was dearly loved by his father William.