All comment/feedback/help requests within the Gravestone Photographic Resource for the name YOUNGMany thanks
Thank you for making the photo of this gravestone for Esther Osborne available.
Thanks for providing this excellent resource in adding images to my family history. Your work is appreciated
what a fantastic site
Thank you so much I came upon your site by accident but its just wonderful .I am researching young and related names .I live in aussie so its great to find you. I hope to send you some from here in australia
In St. Mary´s Walton on Thames are buried Lake Young and his
In St. Mary´s Walton on Thames are buried Lake Young and his son Brown Young, who died in 1802 and 1829. Both are in the same Gravestone located on the South side of the Churchyard. According to the summary compiled by J. W. Greek Forge in 1974, are located in her grid 23/2. I would like you send me a photo of these Gravestone. I live in Peru and I cannot go to personally take this picture.
A big thank you for sending the image of the gravestone I wanted. What a fantastic resource you have. I will try and put other photo's I have to send to your volunteers.
So helpful in my research as I did not have a lot to go on as my grandmother Henrietta Young died at the age of 29. Thank you so much.
Gravestone of James Frederick Lees Young
Many thanks for making this photo available, the time and effort taken to do do this is much appreciated.
Do you know if the graveyards in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland will be photographed? I am researching my family tree. Andrew Young 1820 - ? married to Margaret Logan, James Young 1786 -? married to Margaret Fourd.Robert Hamilton Naismith 1830 - 1894 married to Agnes Mitchell 1842 - 1915. I live in Mississauga near Toronto Canada if someone needs a photo.
My family have been resident in Haddington from at least the
My family have been resident in Haddington from at least the 1800s & linked to R Scots & RAF
Great site, and thank you for making it available for researchers. I found several family members.
Thanks to Michelle, who added the photos of Dean Cemetery. It has been a great help!
Currently, no wiser, but will use info to dig further.
Many thanks for your work