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Whats New? 2018

Feburary 2018

Complete re-vamp of the GPR website

The GPR website has had a major re-vamp.

This re-write of the site has been designed to make its pages more reactive to the size and type of device used to view it. This means that the amount of detail displayed may change depending upon the width of the browser window. The size of the text display will also change depending upon the browser window width.

If you come across a particular page that is not displaying well on your particular device, then please let us know. To get errors corrected please email the GPR using errors @ gravestonephotos.com (with no spaces within the email address).

Search system changes

The GPR search system has been modified to try and make it less confusing to use.

Cemetery listing system changes

The GPR cemetery listing system has been modified to try and make it less confusing to use.

At present the option to display thumbnail images on cemetery listing is not working - it will be fixed soon.

January 2018

A million names and half a million English graves

There are now over 500,000 graves and 1,000,000 names held within the GPR for England.

Yorkshire is currently the county/area which has the most cemeteries and names listed within the GPR

The 500,000's English grave is that for Wynne Wasley in St John the Baptist's Church burial ground, Mathon, Herefordshire, England.

You can check how many graves and names are available within the GPR by looking at the country list page.

Grave monument thumbnail images now available on cemetery pages

There is now an option on each cemetery page to display grave monument thumbnail images.

2016: Statistics

The following number of cemeteries were added to the Gravestone Photographic Resource during 2016:

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