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DACKThank you so much for your prompt reply.Thank you so much for your prompt reply. I greatly appreciate that this is a voluntary service you provide and without your assistance I would not have been able to add some 'skin' to the bones of my family tree. Kindest regards from Sue in Australia

DACKMr Sale , Thank you once again for sendiMr Sale , Thank you once again for sending me a picture of an ancestor's gravestone. I appreciate your help greatly. Kind Regards, Sue

DADDSPictureThanks so much for the picture of John Dadds headstone. An excellent addition to my research.

DADDYPhotoThanks again to all who help on this site

DAGLISHmany thanks Charles for grave photos of many thanks Charles for grave photos of my daglish family. much appreciated x

DAILLYThank-youJust wanted to say thank-you. I believe I had (have) relatives from Dalkeith area.

DAINSDAINS MARYThe image and information provided will be very helpful in my new volunteer role as the Trimley Village Recorder working on behalf of Suffolk History Society.I will take photographs and will send them to you. Many thanks again and best wishes.

DAKERSThank you!Thank you so much for all the helpful info. Also a big thank you for the photos of the gravestones where I was able to get more info to continue in my search.

DAKINThanksCharles, Many thanks for the photo of the Dakin gravestone. Most in Castleton St Edmunds seem to be related one way or another. No doubt i'll be back for another!

DALBYI have found the information I have receI have found the information I have received very interesting and the reply very prompt.

DALBYThank you, Charles for your quick responThank you, Charles for your quick response and for the excellent images. I was lucky to find your site with a search for the names I was researching. I now have it book marked & have passed the link on to others. Maureen

DALBYThank YouJust a quick thank you for giving me access to my family memorial stones.

DALBYdalby familyA truely great site, thank you so much. My father spent so much time trying to trace our ancestry, just wish he were here now, he would be in his element. Are there plans to include London cemetaries as this where my of my grandparents family are buried. Once again, many thanks.

DALBYSuperb ServiceMany thanks for your speedy reply with 3 photo,s of John Brownlow Dalby grave which were of a really good quality and are greatly appreciated .

DALEThank you for such a prompt response; thThank you for such a prompt response; this is a fantastic resource.

DALEthanksA big thank you to all those who have made this site possible.

DALEThanksA great site and very prompt reply. I found three headstones on this site located in one North Riding of Yorkshire church yard that I actually searched and missed when I visited on a trip from Australia in 2009.

DALEThank youThank you so much. The image you sent was good.

DALLINGDalling/Dallin GravesExcellent photos of at least 4 generations of my ancestors gravestones

DALTONLucy Dalton gravestoneThanks very much for this photo of Lucy's gravestone. She was the wife of my 3x great uncle, John. I must try & get to see this churchyard when I visit Lincoln (my birthplace)again.

DALTONThank youMany thanks for providing such easy access to photos of gravestones. This has really helped my family history research.

DALZELLPulteney Mein DalzellThank you very much for the gravestone monument for Pulteney Mein Dalzell. Now I can share this wonderful information with my family.

DANBYJohn DanbyJohn Danby was an ancestor of some Botting family members appears to have had three wives. I have not been able to find much about his first wife, Ann Danby [nee ?].

DANCASTERMary Anne DancasterThank you so much for sending me the image, it was extremley helpful.

DANDOLydia Mary Dando - 1923-1989Thank you so much for your prompt and generous reply and the great photo of the gravestone. I think your work is tremendous. Thanks again.

DANFERPhoto of gravestoneVery helpful and speedy response, off to find out more!!

DANIELMost helpfulMany thanks to GPR for a very fast service … most grateful

DANIELCorrections to your image 069 at BuclkeshamYour comments are wrong. They should read:- full name bur.yr relationship William Daniel 92 1890 first name on mon. Sarah Ann Daniel 73 1875 wife of William Daniel Wm Catt Daniel 25 1853 their son Sarah Ann Daniel was nιe Catt as stated, but there should be no other mention of Catt as a surname on this entry.

DANIELDANIEL, ALLITT, MATHER, GREEN,Thanks for the photos of my Dad's cousins graves at Codnor. My Dad's Mum was Annie Marie Spence and her parents and siblings settled in Denby. Annie Marie's Dad (Richard)'s family originated from Huddersfield and Richard was the only one to stay in this area. They have all passed away now - including my Dad and all but one of his seven brothers and sisters. I am trying to find out as much as I can about how/where they lived, what they did and anything of interest. I'd love to see any photographs if anyone can help. Many thanks again to Charles and his helpers.

DANIELThank You CharlesThank you for the photos (Stayn & Dawson of Whixley) Still have more to collect.

DANIELThankyouA fast and efficient service. Thankyou

DANIELSPhoto of Grave StoneThank you so much for firstly having a photo of the grave, and your very quick reply with easy to read photo. Very much appreciated, and what a great website.

DANIELSAn excellent websiteThanks very much for sending me the photo of Robert MacDowell Daniels grave - this is my father's grave which I have never seen, and it means a lot to see it now. Keep up the good work.

DANIELSDANIELS/COLLISHAWFantastic Service, will definitely use again

DANIELSHeadstoneBrilliant resource, very useful and a very quick response to inquires. Will use again! Thanks very much.

DANNAmazing resourceThank you so much for your speedy response to my request. Your resource project is an invaluable database for free! Much gratitude to you and your volunteers, worldwide.

DANVERSthank ypuThank you for the wonderful image of what may well be my ancestor's tombstone. I appreciate this very much. Regards, Carmel Dowd.(Australia)

DARBYMany thanks for the photo CassMany thanks for the photo Cass

DARBYSHIREDARBYSHIRE/STROTHARDLiving in Canada, this site is a remarkable resource for genealogy. Requests to date have provided crisp clean images of potential ancestry. Thank you for making research so accommodating.

DARBYSHIREThankyou Charles for your prompt responsThankyou Charles for your prompt response to my request. I am undertaking a bit of family history research for a friend. She will be rapt with this image! Thanks again.

DARCHThanks once again for allowing me to seeThanks once again for allowing me to see the details on the gravestones of my family.

DARDRYGrave number 123090 and 204257Many thanks for the photographs of the headstones I hope to visit the Suffolk area later this year, if I am able to take any further picture I will be only to pleased to forward copies to you. I am sure I will be returning to your website to search for others Once again many thanks

DARETHANKYOU!Thankyou Charles for emailing the link to view the images of the gravestone of Frederick Stoveld Stenning and his wife Mary A F C Stenning (nee Dare), who was my 3rd Great Aunt. I can now add the images to my family tree and share them with other family members. Many thanks!

DARKINGravestonesThanks to all those doing this important photographic work. Many of us are too old to get 'down south' but it is a help to see someone who may be part of my family tree. Thank you all. Most of the tree seem to be Thomas Albert.

DARLINGThank youWhat a wonderful job you are doing with your website, such a fantastic idea, looking at all the feedback I can see that you have helped so many people with their research, a big thank you for sending me such a fabulous photo!

DARLINGThank youThank you Charles for prompt response again. A fellow researcher and I will now be working on the names on this gravestone, as we sure they will fit into the family tree somewhere. When we find them I will add a comment.

DARLINGTranscribed wrongIt clearly states on the monument that Margaret Stormonth Darling died in 1898 no 1896 as transcribed .... more

DARNBROUGHGreat photosMany thanks Charles for a wonderful glimpse of the gravestone of my ancestral relatives.The dates have clarified research done from many miles away in Australia...what a splendid idea and a wonderful response...many thanks...

DAVDSONHenry DavidsonI really like the picture of Henry Davidson's marker. Since I can not travel to any countries to do research this is really a great way to learn about family members from the past. will be checking out more of the Davidson family. Thank you for making this site. It is really great.

DAVEYfeedbackthanks so much for the pic. you responded very fast. nice to know you do this for no profit for which i am very grateful.

DAVEYHow wonderful! The photo of the gravestone has given me hope that I am now on the right trail to find my Great grandfather's birthplace and family after years of searching. Thank you so much for your quick response. It is very much appreciated.

DAVEYThanksThank you for a very useful resource and one that adds great depth to family research - this has now been bookmarked and will be used again

DAVEY / HOBBSThank you for picture of a graveI would like to thank Charles for the photo of my relative. He has also given me extra information on this site (where to look further). I appreciate this service immensely.

DAVIDSONDavidson FamilyThank you so much for the photograph of mu ancestors grave. This will hopefully allow me to locate it in Horton cemetery.

DAVIDSONDAVIDSON/DAVISONThank you for my grave image. Your site is brilliant.

DAVIDSONBrilliant Website Thank you so much, very useful website.

DAVIEYour reply was very quick and I found thYour reply was very quick and I found the information on the gravestone and the other graves located in the same church yard very useful and informative. Thank you very much

DAVIE-MARTINThanksThank you for the provided service It is appreciated Regards

DAVIESThanksWhat a fantastic idea and an invaluable resource to family historians. Hope to be of some help soon.

DAVIESThanksThanks for the picture of the gravestone, thanks to all the volunteers who help to make this website happen. This has helped me consirelably to find my relatives. thanks again

DAVIESDAVIES,WIGLEY,CURRIE,WEATHERHEI have taken photographs of all the gravestones at my local Methodists chapel in Marple Bridge. I am in the process of cataloguing them , can I scan them over to you?

DAVIESLucy DaviesThank you so much for the speedy response to my request for the image of Lucy Davies' headstone. I was thrilled to see it and felt it gave more of an insight into her personality. We know so little of this segment of the family. Your site is truly wonderful and I have added info to Lucy Davies image information.

DAVIESthank youHello, Once again thank you for sending the picture to me but it is not the Edith Davies I was looking for. I really do want to thank you for taking time out of your day to send me that picture. Who knows you might hear from me again cause this website is a very helpful. Thank you once again Stacey wagner

DAVIESFamily HeadstoneThank you so much for the image of Edward Thomas Davies family gravestone it was very helpful in my family research.

DAVISDavis HeadstoneThank you very much for the photo's of the Davis family headstone.

DAVISDavis Family HeadstonesThank you once again, through this site I have found a further two family headstones. This is very much appreciated.

DAVISThanksThank you for the gravestone image you sent and thank you and all the other volunteers for the work they do helping people find their ancestors

DAVISThank youThank you for allowing me to see the gravestones of my ancestors.

DAVISONQuick Response.Many thanks for a quick response to my request. Unfortunately the particular grave photograph I requested was not that of my relative. I am sure, however, that the links provided will be of use as I progress with my family history research. I was amazed at just how much information there is. Many thanks to all the volunteers who must have spent months/years of their time to help others. It is most appreciated.

DAWESNow I know where my great grandmother rests ...To Charles Sale and team at Gravestone Photographic Resource (GPR), really appreciate your noble gesture in providing this free service to families tracing where their dearly departed are resting. More so if the descendants live on the other side of the world! All the best, John Dawes, Melbourne, Australia.

DAWNEYGreat websiteThis is a great website! Keep up the great work. All the best from argentina!

DAWSFantastic ServiceJust a brief line to say how grateful I am for providing such a great facility and for sending the image through so quickly. Really appreciated.

DAWSThank youThank you for the photo of the gravestone of Samuel Daws and Susannah Daws which was very useful in confirming and adding to the precision of the dates of death.

DAWSONThank you so muchAlthough Suffolk is only 100 odd miles away, it is still a journey that I would not be able to make. Suffolk holds many affectionate memories for me, and to be able to see actual images of my Nan's family's graves is really very special. You have my humble gratitude. Kind Regards Phil How

DAWSONAncestral researchThank you so much for your prompt reply and photos of the gravestones, the answers to a few queries in our ancestral research and such a help.

DAWSONDAWSON/BROOKEgreat photos quick response, free and in the next few weeks you plan to cover the churchyard and cemetery where most of my ancestors are buried- what more could anyone ask for: donation sent.

DAWSONGeorge Rowell GravestoneThankyou once again for the prompt attention. I am amazed at the way you are helping everyone with this site and I hope to be able to help in some way in the near future. The intention of your progect is very important and I am very greatfull to you.

DAWSONHeadlem Grave StoneThank you once again Charles for the quick response to my request it is so nice to find someone so helpfull

DAWSONDisappointmentAfter receiving an acknowledgement e-mail, still no sign of photo(s) three weeks later.

DAWSONHeadstonesFANTASTIC. Living on the other side of the world, just to have this facility is wonderful. It helps to tighten up BDM dates.

DAWSONDawson family of Kirkstall and GuiseleyThis is the most fantastic site I have come across. Living in New Zealand and not being able to visit the UK and take photos is such a disappointment. Thanks to the volunteers, you are all great. Cheers Judith Gardiner, Wellington, New Zealand

DAWSONDawson family of Kirkstall and GuiseleyJust opened up my e-mails and Long Dawson and his wife Ann have appeared! Thanks this is wonderful.

DAWSONDAWSON/MCKAYWhat a great resource! I was searching for information on my maternal grandfather and found this site. Was able to add another branch to the family tree. Thank you kindly!

DAWSONThank youI would recommend this site to anyone, it is always very helpful and you do not have to wait long to get a reply or a copy of what you have requested. Many thanks to all that contribute and in return help others

DAWSONGravestone ImageVery helpful and fast service in the research of Worton Dawson connections. Thank you

DAWSONThank you Thank you for the photo of Esdras Moore Dawson's gravestone. I have been searching for this side of my family history for a long time.

DAYHELPThe following is the result of a search done on freeBMD.org.uk. You will notice that a John Benjamin DAY is listed in St Nicholas of Great Yarmouth. Do you have any more information that would help identify any of his relatives? Thanks for your assistance. County Norfolk Place Great Yarmouth Church St Nicholas RegisterNumber 1121 BurialDate 13 Aug 1849 Forename John Benjamin Relationship Rel1MaleForename Rel1FemaleForename Rel1Surname Surname DAY Age 55 Abode Yarmouth Notes FileNumber 3564 .... more

DAYDayMany thanks for your work. This is another link in the family research

DAYgreat resourceFantastic resource - thanks to all who help with this

DAYThank YouThank you for your prompt answer to my request. It is a great service who live down under in Australia.

DAYThank You.Thank you very much for the Tombstone photograph received. It gave me the information I was looking for and was very clear and very helpful. Many thanks.

DAYThanks for the image for John Day. It's Thanks for the image for John Day. It's an oldie but I hope to read it with some editing. Thanks for providing this service!

DAYUSInformation on David Henry DAYUS (16 March 1951 - 28 Oct 1969)David Henry DAYUS's father was Henry DAYUS 1923–2007, his mother Phyllis Ada LOVE 1924–1970, his siblings Andrew C DAYUS 1957–, Georgina DAYUS 1959–, Peter DAYUS 1962–, Mandy J DAYUS 1963–. (This info posted August 2017)

DE BURGHSt Gregory Churchyard, Dawlish, Devon, England.I can't see this cemetery listed but wondering if anyone in the area can locate an existing headstone for MATILDA De BURGH. I understand the stone has sunk over the years but would appreciate a sharp photo of the grave/stone and if the full inscription can be read accurately, please. Thank you.

DE CARLEThank youvery useful photograph showing the name of the sculptor De Carle

DE CARLEHuguenots - De Carle family.Thank you for this site, most helpful. I'm still trying to find the actual person who came to England from France. I have the French side and the Norwich side but not the actual connection. kindest regards

DE LACYJohn GibbsFurther research shows that this is originally the grave of R.Q.M.S. John Gibbs 9th Q. R. Lancers (1857-1901), Miriam De Lacy(1832-1902)his mother in law and Constance De Lacy Gibbs (1892-1904) his daughter and it also commerates his son Eustace De Lacy Gibbs (1888-1914)

DE LUCISGuido De LucisI am an old lady of 70, reminiscing among old photos of my youth. The pictures show me and my old fiancι Guido then 19 in Italy. I did expect him to be no longer with us and my husband Mario came across his name in your gravestone service. Your sharp picture settled any doubts and Guido will now rest im my memory and my prayers. Your prompt answer to an old woman who recalls her fantasies as a young girl is indeed appreciated. With kind regards Mariella (and Mario)

DE MAHEde mahe familyThank you for the photograph which came back immediately. It is much appreciaited.

DE MOLLSpelling of Eduard de Moll's name on his gravestone Name is spelt correctly as per Eduard's birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate, passport and signature. .... more

DEAKINDEAKIN/ EVANSThank you so much for this fabulous resource and the prompt sending of all the images I have requested. your service is very much appreciated.

DEANDean grave imageThankyou for the fast response to my request for graveyard image. Even though it was not relevant to my search for Dean family it is a great service you are providing particularly for people like myself who are struggling to do research from overseas. I will keep a look out for future images which may be uploaded from Dorset. Thankyou once again for your time and effort. Kind regards Kris K

DEANE Thankyou very much for sending me the imThankyou very much for sending me the image of my grandad nan and uncle grave

DEARLETranscription ErrorThe Staines St. Mary's Parish Register shows Mary Dearle buried the 23 of August 1823 and the photo shows that it could well be a "3" and not a "5". That would make her birth year 1797 and her burial year 1823. Please correct - THANKS! .... more

DEARLOVEThank youjust wanted to take a moment to thank you so very much for the pictures.....My mom appreciated seeing them.

DEARLOVEThanks - the pic was great for the familThanks - the pic was great for the family history :o)

DEARLOVEGravestoneThank you very much for the photo of the gravestone of Richard Dearlove and family. I did not realise I have ancestors from Scarborough, a place I visit regularly.

DEARLOVEVery helpfulThank you so much for the help given to me in researching the gravestone of my great great granddad, Henry Dearlove. I had no idea where he and his family are buried and as I have now found out, the distance is too far to travel. What wonderful information you have given me. Thank you so much.

DEARNLEYVery many thanks for your assistance.I'm hoping to travel to Halifax and area during the next year tExcellent and very helpful. Am very willing to volunteer too.

DEBNEYThank You!Thank You for your hard work on this excellent site and for the grave stone photographs of my 5 x Great Grand Parents Richard Debney & Sarah Debney (nee Fisher). Cannot recommend this site highly enough. Thanks again.

DECKMany thanks for your prompt reply and thMany thanks for your prompt reply and the photo. I will certainly use this site again.

DECOETLOGONExcellent tombstone photosThank you for the images. The image quality was excellent, better than I expected and received quickly. You must devote many hours to this service which is much appreciated.

DEESarah Dee gravestoneFantastic resource. I'm researching a family tree for a friend and this will amaze her. Thank you. If I get the time to add some from my local churches, I will.

DEEThankyou for an excellent siteI have been tracing my 4x Great Grandfather Thomas Dee b1781, through your information has led me to find he also had a daughter Ann who died young 1817-1833. An excellent source of information and photo's

DEIGHTONThank You What a great website, thank you so much for the information you provide and the quick service you deliver- I shall be using you again as I contine to delve into my ancestors past and most certainly will pass on to my friends regards dianne

DELFExcellent ServiceI am new to ancestry reasearch and gound this a very useful site with the most efficient service I have come across. Emailed request on a saturday night and I had the image the next day superb.

DEMAINEThank you!Many thanks for this photo - it's not terribly clear but I think I can make out the salient facts and this is certainly the ancestor I have been researching.

DEMPSTERThanks very muchThanks for responding so quickly to my request for a gravestone photo. It has really helped us and I appreciate the good work you are doing.

DENDLEThanksThank you for this very clear photo. I will probably never get to England to see it in person so it is doublely precious

DENDLEI would like to thank everyone involved I would like to thank everyone involved in putting together this resource as it is very exciting for us to have these photos and to be able to collect these invaluable images and information.

DENHAMThanksMany thanks for useful images

DENNEHYSraron Dennehy nee LazenbyThank you once again for providing a large image of the gravestone I requested. Your coverage of Scartho Rd Cemetery in Grimsby is proving invaluable

DENNEYWilliam Henry DenneyFrom the photograph death date appears to be 1946 not 1940. Great service thank you.

DENNEYThanks Charles, The pic has helped confiThanks Charles, The pic has helped confirm a couple of dates for the 'Leeds Denneys', and am obliged for your swift response.

DENNINGThank-You for allowing access to the phoThank-You for allowing access to the photos to help with the family history

DENNISA great find at Sutton BridgeAs a volunteer I have listed 43 churchyards so far and know the time it takes to photograph and index so was delighted to find Sutton Bridge had been photographed as it contains the grave of my brother in laws great great grandparents.

DENNISI made an equiry about a Dennis grave inI made an equiry about a Dennis grave in Leigh cemetery which was dealt with very quickly. I am grateful for the help I have received and appreciate that this was given by someone prepared to use their time to help for no payment.

DENNISW R Dennis GravestoneThank you for the link to my Uncle's gravestone. The images are most appreciated. Regards Jack

DENNISONLooking for Mitchison Dennison's Really quick and efficient response. Many thanks.

DENNISONExcellent help!Very speedy response. Extremely useful. Have used this resource twice now and would recommend. Do you have any contacts in West Africa???!, Another great grandfather dies there.

DENNYFrances Bailey, ThorneyMany thanks for such a swift response to my request. I will keep checking the site as I'm sure I will find more useful images.

DENNYGravestoneJust seen your site and already found a family photo of Thomas Smith Denny. I'll now add other photos I have

DENNYThomas Smith Denny (At birth registered as Thomas Smyth Denny)The year of death on the gravestone is 1864 not 1861 - looking carefully at the enlarged version that you kindly sent shows that the forward part of the 4 is shallowly inscribed. This is confirmed by the register of his death.

DENTThank you.Thank you for the photograph that you have sent to me,I am very pleased with it and am looking foreward to recieving the next one that I have requested. Bob Read.

DEVANEYDevaney ancestorsThomas Devaney of Knaresborough, Briggate Street. was my great grandfather and John Devaney my great great grandfather.

DEVENEYThank YouThank you for your prompt response to my request. It's much appreciated.

DEVEREUXGreat ResourceThank you for the very prompt response to my request, less than twelve hours. The image supplied has indicated three children that I had no record of.

DEVONThank You I would just like to thank you wholeheartedly for your help in allowing me to trace my family roots in the Lake district. I live in Belfast and although I've visited the Lake district on a holiday and a school trip when I was young and was in fact in that area, I would never have been able to find the graves without the help of your database - in fact I didn't even know that they existed, I found out from your database by accident on Google. From the information on the graves I have been able to find the exact cottage (Bram Cragg)in the Lake district where my great great grandparents lived, by looking up the 1901 census. The farm has been renovated for holiday accommodation and there are many photographs of it online which I have been able to download. Many many many thanks for all your help. Sandra McTear, Belfast.

DEWARDewarMany thanks for the fast response and the link to the gravestone photo. Keep up the good work!

DEWDNEYFamily TreeFantastic site. Found it by accident. Been doing family tree since1988 and am now looking into helping this site out if I can. Keep up the good work it's brill.

DEWELLRe: grave marker photo requestThank You very much!

DEWESThanksThis website is a great resource, and may also put me in contact with distant relatives.

DEWES-PRITCHETTthree images of the above familyThank you very much for the services you supply to family history researchers

DEWES-PRITCHETTThanksI would like to thank everyone involved in this project. It is especially helpful to researchers like me who can no longer drive any distance and live at the other end of the country from their roots. Thanks again.

DEWEYGreat idea and resource for family history research Great idea and resource for family history research! Thanks to Charles for his efforts and dedication Huw

DEWHURSTDEWHURST DEWHIRSTThank you very much. The photos are clear and sharp and of excellent quality. You must have excellent equipment as well as getting out early in the morning on the right day! I really appreciate your effort. Well done

DEWINGAncestors of Andrew DewingThe pics I downloaded from this site will hopefully help me track down the ancestors of Andrew Dewing from Needham, Mass born about 1620. From my research most Dewings came from Norfolk, England

DEWISMany thanksThank you for the very prompt reply. Wanted this for my son

DIBBThanksThanks Charles for the effort you have put into setting up this site. As a resident of Australia it's great to be able to see a distant relatives gravesite memorium.

DIBBWilliam & Elizabeth DibbThank you for allowing access to your great site. I knew William and Elizabeth Dibb were my 5 x gt.grandparents, but just from this one grave photograph have found that he was a school master and the name of his first wife. Your work in compiling and displaying the stones is very much appreciated.

DIBBThank youMany thanks for your work which has allowed me to see both family resting places and those of others that I am helping Great work!!

DIBBELLTracing family history - DIBBELL/WALTERSThis was a wonderful find. At first I thought this was the grave of my husband's great aunt's husband and it was but also included on the headstone was his great aunt as well as his great grandmother. What a find. Thank you so much for this prompt service.

DICKMany thanks for the serviceThank you so much for the wonderful service you provide. I really appreciate the effort that you have put in.

DICKWilliam DickThanks for your quick response. The information was useful, and the site is easy to use.

DICKENSMarcia DickensThank you very much for providing this great service. So pleased to have found this photograph of my grandmother's plaque in Woking Crematorium.

DICKERthanksthank you for this site which allowed me to see Lucy Dicker's gravesite. kind regards L.M.

DICKERSONPhoto of Grave StoneThe Photo was remarkable and I could read the inscription from top to bottom. I belive the information to be of great value in my reseach of the family history tree. Thanks,

DICKERSONThank YouThank you for the picture of the Dickersons Grave in Ipswich, Suffolk. Much appreciated!

DICKEYDickey Family GravestonesThank you for your hard work and service to those of us searching our family histories. As I don't live in New Zealand, been able to down load a picture of my Great Grandparents and my Great Uncles gravestone was wonderful. This website is extremely helpful and easy to use. It also provide valuable information to those searching their family history and will be invaluable to future generations. Thank you again.

DICKIEThanksThanks for the images of the Henry david Dickie gravestone.

DICKINSONMany ThanksAgain many thanks for the excellent photo , just a nice touch .

DICKINSONThanks for maintaining this resourceA very prompt response to my help request. Many Thanks.

DICKSONThank you! Thank you! Thank you! I love this site!I just found out about this site. How can I contribute my family headstone photos? Please respond.

DIEGANPhoto of Headstone for Patrick & Elizabeth DieganThank you so much for the picture of my great uncles headstone, I was over the moon to see it photographed and have shared it with my cousin who has been trying to locate the grave. The time and effort you put in to this project is fantastic and a life saver for those of us who live further afield. Keep up your excellent work,

DIKESDIKES OR DYKE An excellent photo was promptly sent per my request. I do not live in England, so probing from afar for family history is not easy. Fortunately this service helps make it easier.

DILLISTONEI'm trying to put together some informatI'm trying to put together some information regarding the Dillistone family for my brother-in-law. His father died recently and papers revealed details of his adoption at birth. The 2 ladies on this gravestone are my brother-in-law's Great Aunts, his biological Grandmother's younger sisters. Thank you so much for responding so quickly.

DILLONThank youThank you for the photo of James Dillon, of Marlborough... I am uncertain as yet as to whether this is my Great Uncle, but at least it gives me something to go on. I would love the gravestone verification for my Irish Graves... they who sleep in foreign lands site... very apt. ;-)

DINESThanksThank you, Enlarged photo received the following day, very helpful, answered a few questions about my great grandparents. Regards Gail Robinson

DINSDALEThankyou for such a resource.I stumbled Thankyou for such a resource.I stumbled upon it by accident,and it it very helpful. As someone who is permanently busy it has saved a major trip!

DIPLOCKThanksThank you so much for the pictures of my great grandparent's grave. Your work is appreciated and I look forward to researching my other relatives.

DISTINFantastic photographic qualityYou are wonderful! Thank you so much. This lettering re the death dates was faded over time but as we had the burial dates from fmp we knew this was the correct stone. In the past you have helped with many of my other lines too.

DIVIANIThank youMany thanks for this valuable resource and speedy service. I hope the project continues to grow and flourish.

DIXONGravestone photo Thank you for the photo, my research can now go further on and I can go and visit the grave. Thank you very much

DIXONDixonThank you for helping me with my research. I wasn't aware of your work which is much appreciated

DIXONFamily historyThank you for the photograph of my ancestors the Dixon's. This is a brilliant site to search. I have found quite a few family members from different family tree's.

DIXONDixon from Illington,NorfolkThankyou for Photo of George and Sarah Dixon from Illington Norfolk I now been able to add this to my Ancestry as these are my 3x Gt Grandparents.

DOBIEMargaret DobieThankyou for the copy of the image I requested. It was much appreciated.

DOBSONA fantastic site & very easy to use. ThaA fantastic site & very easy to use. Thank you so much for your ultra-quick response to my request for an image. It was very gratefully received.I have left other details of the grave occupants.Many thanks, KT

DOBSONmary croft dobson born 1803she is down as joseph Dobson wife but is in fact his daughter

DOBSONGeneralThis is a vital resource. Thanks for all the work you do. Gravestones are a decaying resource through deterioration or development. Unless we preserve them they will be lost forever

DOBSONHeadstone of John ThorpeThanks so much for the image. I believe the John Thorpe named on the bottom of this headstone was the husband of my 3rd cousin Elizabeth Cowham Dobson from Whitby, who was the youngest daughter of Isaac Dobson who was a fisherman/lifeboatman & lost his life in the Whitby Lifeboat Disaster of 1861. The image is for my own use in family history research. Thanks for providing this excellent resource!

DOBSONThank youI appreciate your help with the photo of my ancestors grave stone. It has been fascinating learning about my family history, and it is clear you have put a great deal of effort into this site. Thank you.

DODDTHE DODD FAMILYA very helpful site, great clear pictures.Thank you for the time and trouble you take .

DODDSDODDS/HINDMARSHThis is such a great site. I have found a few gravestones using this site. It helps me to confirm dates, and I'm now wanting to do a trip to England to continue my Family History search. THANK YOU for all the work you do.

DODDSFeedbackThank you for the images you sent. Your website is very much appreciated. regards Gordon

DODDSGratefulI am vert grateful to the people who take the time to provide these photographic records for others around the world.

DODDSLumsden and Carr Excellent research found searching for Lumsden which lead me to Carr and then Hugill lines

DODDSNever fails to amazeGot to say this site is one I do not visit regularly but when I do it is worth it, its helped so much without having to trek all over yhe country - keep up the good work

DODDSOnce again, thank you for the excellent Once again, thank you for the excellent image.

DODGSHONA huge thank you.Thank you so much Charles for the image you sent me of my great great grandparents. I find ancestery so exciting!!! I really appreciate the work you have done. Sharon

DODSgeorge Dodsonce again you have come up trumps, love this web site keep up the good work. Thanks

DODSHarriet westwood DodsMany thanks for the photo, Fantastic site keep up the excellent work you are doing.

DODSpeter Dodsfantastic! Thank you so much I would not have found this memorial with out you. Excellent service very much appreciated.

DODSONThanksThank you very much for the beautiful image of the gravestone of my 3xgreat-grandparents Hannah and Daniel Dodson.

DODSWORTHWonderful resouceThis site is so very useful when doing research on family history. Thank you Charles for this and when I have more time available I will certainly try and help.

DOEDaneil Doe 1845 - 1920Many thanks for a efficient and speedy service. This is a fantastic site, much appreciated.

DOEfeedbackThank you for your speedy response and excellent images.

DOENENDThank you Wow! I requested an image one evening & received it before I got up the next morning. Thank you so much.

DOHERTYthanksIt was with incredible speed that I received the gravestone I requested. I am considering buying a digital camera to take part in this very worthwhile project.

DOLLEYLooking for descendants of William & Hannah Dolley. One son John (1791-1876) arrived in Australia inThe Dolley family lived in the Parish of Ash

DOLMANAn excellent site which i was unaware ofAn excellent site which i was unaware off. I will certainly reccomend it to other researchers and hopefully they may be able to contribute to the good work of Charles.

DOLPHINthank youmany thanks for sending me the photograph of the gravestone of john dolphin.i appreciate what you are doing to help people in their researches.

DONALDSONThank YouI received a photo of a gravestone from Northern Ireland. The gravestone listed the names of people with the same last name as me who are from the area where my family emigrated from in the 1850s. I am researching if the people are relations of mine. The pictures were a big assistance and I appreciated them.

DONALDSONThank youJust wanted to thank you and all the volunteers for their time and effort in helping to provide images of gravestones from around the country. I would be unable to travel to every cemetery where all my ancestors are buried. Thank you for enabling me to research my extended family further.

DONALDSONBrilliant resourceI knew nothing of my grandmother's family but now got a start with Alexander B (Binnie) Donaldson, This resource looks as if it will be very helpful since I no longer live in Scotland. I will try to get some pictures from our local graveyard to send to you. Thank you

DONALDSONThank youThank you so much for the work you are doing. It really is appreciated by those of us who are no longer able enough to visit in person.

DONEGANGravestone Photographic ResourceMany thanks indeed for such a wonderful resourse. Your response was both speedy and added to my knowledge of my family history

DONNFamilytreeAnything in relation to do with Donn would be very helpful. Thank you very much.

DOOLEYThank you Thank you for your prompt reply to our request

DOPSONThank youThank you for the photo of Alec Dopson it is very much appreciated.

DORANDoranThankyou so much for sending me the gravestone image of Thomas McGilloway from Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, Dublin. As I live in Australia getting to Dublin is highly unlikely and so websites like this are so appreciated. Fantastic work Gravestone Photos. Thomas McGilloway b abt1825 d1857 married to Hannah Doran (parents Thomas Doran & Hannah Scott from Salmon Leap, Leixlip) who went on to marry Thomas Dillon in 1868 after the death of her first husband.

DORANThanksGreatly appreciated the photos received so promptly.

DORISThis is the first time of using this WebThis is the first time of using this Web Site and found it very quick and easy to use and very helpful in tracing relatives.I will certainly use it again.

DORKINGImage of graveThank you so much for the help in finding the image of my nans grave

DORNANWilliam Dornan imageCharles was incredibly generous in allowing me to use a grave image on a non-commercial website. The Gravestone Photographic Resource is a fantastic source of information for people throughout the world.

DORNANPumpherston Oil Tank DisasterAn extremely useful and user-friendly site. Iam researching a branch of the Thomson family in the Scorttisg Borders. My earliest confirmed dates are the 1790s with Gideon Thomson in Eddleston, marrying firdt Elizabeth Dickson, who presumably died in childbirth, and later Margaret Hope with whom he had four sons and a daughter, Margaret. She married into the Wilkie family and in the 1930s a Wilkie was the second husnaband of Mary Dornan, marrying by declaration in Edinburgh, hence my interest in the Dornans. The Wilkie, a chartered surveyor died 1959sh, in Dumfries. I can find no subsequent ecord of Mary's death in Scotland. I would appreciate any help in this matter. Michael Thomson.

DORRELLOnce again, thank you for your help.Once again, thank you for your help.

DORSETGrateful ThanksThank you Charles for so promptly sending the photograph of the Dorset Memorial stone in the Epsom cemetery. I have now been able to correct the date of death of William, my great-grandmother's eldest brother and verify the dates for his wife, Maria, born Apted, and the two of his children who died young. I am grateful to you and to the volunteer photographer.

DORSEYImage received.Charles, Thank you so much for your quick response. Your hardwork is much appreciated. Regards Elaine.

DOUBLEThanksThank you very much for this website and the time you've put into it. It is a great resource and will be hopefully using it in the future.

DOUGHTYBrilliantAgain , Many Many Thanks

DOUGHTYresearchThe photo has been of great help in my research of Hartlepool shipowners. Many thanks

DOUGHTYThank youI am very grateful to the administrators and volunteers who donate their time to providing photos for this website. It is very special to find a photo of a gravesite relative to my research.

DOUGHTYDoughty/GilchristMany thanks for the prompt response.

DOUGLASservicegrt service, I live in Ayr so if I can help anyone let me know

DOUGLASThank you for your prompt service, I'd bThank you for your prompt service, I'd been looking for my uncle for awhile and finally found him via your website, great work!

DOUGLAS Thanks for help,trying to find more de Thanks for help,trying to find more detais on Jean Douglas mother, her name may be Ellenor Danks but cannot find any details, i hope someone can help me Marilyn

DOUGLASAnother quality imageMany thanks again for the prompt response and good quality image.

DOUGLASSJames Sholo DouglassThank you very much for the image I requested and for your wonderful site I will endevour to take photographs of my local cememtry and email to you . Thank you again , best wishes , Margret

DOUGLASSResearchA valuable source of family history information. Many thanks. Details of Augustus Douglass (b circa 1829) and his wife Elizabeth who lived in Wales before moving to Middlesbrough still elude me!

DOUGLASSThank you for your effortI requested a headstone photo yesterday for my Genaelogy compilation yesterday and got a response today. That's amazing. It is so amazing to find lost relatives you never knew existed. Or even how you are related to famous/infamous historical figures only students learn about today. As a history teacher, having this resource is just another wonderful tool I can use to help my student bring history to life for them. Thanks for what you do! ~Lisa

DOULLI am so thrilled to receive the photo ofI am so thrilled to receive the photo of the grave of my great grandparents. My mother was a Doull before her marriage. I have a photo of her immediate family grave in Wick. I did not know the name of the son on the grave. He would be the brother of my grandfather. Thankyou again Jean Spratt

DOULLFamily historyThank you Charles for your help and prompt reply to my request. It's greatly appreciated. My family and I had the opportunity to travel from Australia to Wick. The birth place of my grandfather David Doull. We were able to take many photos of the families headstones. However we did miss a few of the Doull's! Thank you for providing the picture of George Doull, the brother of my great grandfather Peter Doull. Thank you once again for offering such a great service:) Kind regards, Stacey Preston

DOUSTThanks from AustraliaI just discovered this site and received the images that I requested. Thank-you so much for doing this & for making these photos available for those who are far away. (Western Australia)

DOUSTThankful Hi I am very thankful that you are providing this free service it has enabled me to dig a little deeper into my husbands family history, we may not have a photo of the people but of their final resting place which is special. I did actually request 2 grave stones 1 is amazing the other one has a shadow over most of the information which is a shame but happy to have it anyway Just a note if you are waiting on an image check your spam folder this is where I found my link. Cheers

DOVEThank you so much for sending me a pictuThank you so much for sending me a picture of the gravestone.

DOVERHeadstone PhotoThank you so much for sharing the Headstone photo of William Henry Dover. The photo is excellent & adds more information for my Family Tree which includes William Henry Dover. Very much appreciated Kind regards Patricia Page

DOVETONJohn Baznet Doveton, Rev.Family middle name should read 'Bazett' after Sarah Bazett 1767–1847 BIRTH 1767 • St Helena DEATH Q3 1847 • Portman Square, St Marylebone, Middlesex, England who married John Doveton 1758–1796 BIRTH 30 JUL 1758 • St Helena DEATH 5 OCT 1796 .... more

DOWWonderful!I can't thank you enough for providing me with the requested image. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this wonderful resource.

DOWKESThank you!Thank you so much for this amazing service it must help many people to break own barriers in their trees.

DOWNReally helpful showing the gravestone ofReally helpful showing the gravestone of my family. I know what to look for when I visit in the future. Thank you

DOWNThank you for enabling us to view the heThank you for enabling us to view the headstones of our ancestors.

DOWNENDThank you Wow! I requested an image one evening & received it before I got up the next morning. Thank you so much.

DOWNESDownes FamilyHi I would like to ask if there were any trace of my Downes ancestors in side the church a plaque or something like that. There was a Thomas Downes born June 1684 died after 1707, there was hi brother John born 1685 died after 1707,Mary downes born Nov 1689 died after 1707,Elizabeth Downes born1694 died may 1697 There Father John Downes born 1647 died april 1699 I hope you guys can help Thank you .... more

DOWNEYDowney grave in SpofforthMany thanks for the prompt reply to my request. I found this grave a few years ago but didn't take a photo.This is great site--best wishes for continued success.Sorry I am unable to take photos to add to the collection.Thank you again.

DOWNMANThankyou very much for this wonderful seThankyou very much for this wonderful service as we live in Australia.

DOWSONThank you very much Charles Thank you very much indeed Charles for sending me the image of my maternal Great great Grandparents Margaret and Robert Dowson's headstone and the surprise added image you sent of their youngest son William Dowson birth year 1885 and his wife Annie(nee Showler)birth year 1884, I have also since discovered William and Annie's baby son William birth year 1921 was also burried there on 27 January 1922 he was age 10 months, he died 24 January. Annie was in the very early stages of pregnancy when her husband William died, I found this so sad that she lost both her loved ones in such a short time of each other. Also Margaret Dowson's birth year was 1854 and Robert Dowson birth year was 1853 he died May 15th 1943 aged 90 years, and not 1947 as stated, As I have side before this is a fantastic useful & very resourceful service that you have so kindly provided along with your team of volunteers it's a brilliant website. It has been a great help to me as I live in France and am not able to visit the cemetery myself. I regularly visit your website now as I am still researching the many branches of my family and I am always hopeful of finding images of my families members monuments. Thank you once again and my thanks for images you have already provided. (Please accept my sincere apologies for getting you name wrong in a previous comment I put on your website) With Kind Regards Cindy Davies

DOWSONGreat resourceThank you for sending the links to the photos I requested so quickly. It's a great resource that I had not seen before. Hopefully I can find some time to contribute some of the photos I have.

DOWSONThankyouMany thanks for a fast response to my request for a photo.

DOWTONThank youThank you so much Charles for responding to my request so quickly. Really appreciated.

DOYLEThanksI would like to say thank you for supplying this fantastic resource for free. Very much appreciated.

DRABBLEDRABBLE, DOWGILL/DOUGILL, REDWHi' I've been researching my family tree for two years (and my husband's for much less time). I've just discovered your excellent website, whilst planning a visit to Pateley Bridge, where there are some Dougill graves. I will certainly use your website from now on.

DRAKEDrake/Furley gravestonesdesperately seeking photos of gravestones for Louisa Creery DRAKE died Thingoe, suffolk sept quarter 1890 and any DRAKE graves at St Andrews, Brockley, Suffolk as they will be my husbands great great relations.....thanks, as its very difficult to visualise from New Zealand. and there are no photos of this family from the 1800's. Louisa was married to the reverend John Alexander Drake who was rector of St Andrews from 1860-1890ish.

DRANSFIELDThank YouThank you for finding Clarence Walter Dransfield for me he was my 2nd cousin 2x removed. The grandson of Job Dransfield and Rachel Pickering. Rachel Pickering was my 3rd gt aunt. So thank you once again.

DRAPERDraper family I am trying to find out anything I can about John Draper born in 1740 in Little Burstead, Essex. I would be thrilled to make contact with anyone belonging to the Draper family of Little Burstead/Brentwood.

DRAPERThanks!Thank you very much for the prompt supply of the requested photos, it is very helpful for my research and much appreciated. I intend on visiting cemeteries to discover more about my ancestors when i am back in NZ later in the year and i will post some photos then.

DRAPERThank youThank you for all your hard work. It was amazing to be able to see my distant relatives details.

DRAPERFrederick and Annie Maria DraperThank you so much for this wonderful service. Unfortunately they are not the Draper family I am presently researching - My Frederick and Annie Maria Draper were in the Mittagong area of NSW (Australia) in the 1880's and 90's. Again, thank you for allowing me access to your records.

DRAPERFrederick and Annie Maria DraperMany thanks for access to your wonderful site -quality of the photo superb. It is greatly appreciated.

DRAYTONDrayton, AlbertThank you so much for supplying me with the pictures of this grave sone. It is always good to find out where relatives are buried and an extra bonus to have a picture of the grave.

DRAYTONMany ThanksThanks to your site and the volunteers I've been able to locate hte grave of my Great-Grandparents. With a bit more research I hope to find others. Thank you all.

DRENHAMFantasticSuch outstanding service. The web site is informative and look forward to more being added over time. Requesting photos save the journey of actualy visiting the cemetery/graveyard although I have to say it is a lazy way and takes the fun out of trailing round them but If there is only one monument available then the GPR is well worth it. Thanks to all those who are involved. Keep up the good work.

DRESSERAPPRECIATIONMany thanks for providing a copy of the image of my 2 x Gt grandparent's grave. Much appreciated.

DREVERThank you!Just wanted to say thanks for the lightening quick response to my photo request and also for the marvellous work you do! Sitting here in Australia it's been enormously helpful to have your site to refer to when trying to locate the graves of my ancestors. Keep up the great work!

DREWThank you for your prompt photo request Thank you for your prompt photo request via e-mail, the service you provide and the overall site is and will be very helpful to my research and I feel sure to many others researching their family history.

DREWITTmary drewitts headstonemary drewitts headstone. thanks for this information it is much appreciated. marcia mobbs.

DREWRYThanksDear all, Many thanks for sending me the details of the headstones. It is highly appreciated and provides a key link to a close past forgotten in the family. Best regards, antony

DRIMMIEMany thanksGreat site has put me on track for searching little recorded family member. Once time allows will definately log a few stones.

DRINGMany thanksI appreciate the quick response to my inquiry and photograph of the Dring grave. I am happy to help with any research required in the Bendigo, Victoria, Australia area. Best wishes Betty J

DRIVERfeedbackThankyou for your speedy response and image-and thanks also for your voluntary work which is so helpful to us on the other side of the country- much appreciated. Martin

DRURYI've only just discovered your site, I will look more carefully on a big screen and then comment, I I will comment again when I have looked more carefully but I do have information about the several generations of The Drury Family from Claydon. Thank you for having such a wonderful site.

DRURYVery Useful SiteConfirmed some details I already had and filled in one or two blanks - many thanks. Visit www.drury-family.co.uk

DRYSDALEThank youWhat amazing service! - the requested image was sent immediately. Thank you.

DRYSDALEsearching William Drysdale circa 1810Thank you for the speedy comeback, unfortunately the William Drysdale here is not the one I am looking for his wife's name was Jane Baillie (Ballie) although I am not sure whether this is her maiden name or a previous marriage. I can find no trace of either of them except on their son's death certificate.

DUCHARTVery helpful listingThis will enable myself (born in Wick, my mother being a Duchart) and my daughters to plan our visit to Wick later in the year.

DUCHARTMany thanks for your swift response to mMany thanks for your swift response to my request, and for the quality of the image - which I wanted to illustrate a family tree I've been compiling. This is greatly appreciated. I must also remark on the excellence of your website. Rona Farquhar

DUCHARTMaintaining a piece of History to relatives now living in Canada for over 120 years !I would just like to give you a big thank you for maintaining this website as I would love to share this info with my brothers. Now that my mother Mary Adam (Duchart) has recently passed away it is always nice to follow back a piece of her life back Scotland !!! Well wishes from all of us in Western Canada !!!

DUCKDUCK AND WALLACEHiiii i am looking for my family as i was brought up by my nan and grandad and this information is very usefull finding some names in the same area i was born etc thankyou :) gives me a glimer of hope :) xx

DUCKExcellentI was stunned at how quick and helpful the free service given was! Thanks so much!

DUCKWORTHGreat ResourceHi there. Thanks for the effort in putting together such an excellent site that enabled me to view my Grandad's grave from Perth in Western Australia.

DUDDENWhat a wonderful site! Thank you so much for doing this wonderful site. You have helped me enormously in my Perrin/Dudden research. I was also able to trace my Younghusband ancestry which would have been very difficult for me to do as they were buried 300 miles from where I live! Best wishes Sarah

DUDLEYWas great to see gravestone for the DudlWas great to see gravestone for the Dudleys in Loveclough, most of family I have researched were in Notts and Leics so would be difficult to travel from Midlands to check it out. Thanks very much

DUFFDUFF, MAXTONE, ROYThank you, Charles for replying so quickly, & sending me the Monument details. Alhough, I clicked on Kathleen Duff, I never expected to find her with her husband John Mextone, with a lot of the family & some I didn't know about. Andrew died at 5 months, so he is not on a census.John & Jane Mextone,2 children,of John Mextone & Kathleen Duff, Died, 10 ? Sept 1960. Not mentioned on your site, but, i saw them on the Memorial Photo. They were born 2 years apart, 1915, & 1917, They would have been 53 & 55 years, Not 66 years ! Had to see on Memorial! Some of the dates are wrong, but I have added infomation for people to see, all correct via use of,famliysearch.org or, Ancestry.com I hope the information is useful, as your has been to me. I am doing this for a friend. Thanks again. Jenny

DUFFGreatly appreciate your quick response tGreatly appreciate your quick response to my requests and the quality of the photos. Have added some information.

DUFFThanksThanks for this service!

DUFFINThanksThank you so much for providing this service. Living in the South it is not practical for me to visit Yorkshire very often so to find a resource on line that can help with finding vital information and pictures of descendants graves is absolutely brilliant. If anyone needs any help with pictures of graves in the Worthing area, please get in touch. Thank you so much

DULHUNTYLater informationI will forward further information on request, but prefer to do that after the book is published. Margaret

DUMMERThank youI have received the link to the information I requested. Thank you so much for your prompt attention! Kind regards, Joanne

DUMMETTSusan DummettAn excellent and clear image although T slightly obscured by undergrowth ..would now like to view the original gravestone Many thanks for this..the child of my three times gt grandparents.

DUNCALFSuperb photographs and an excellent and Superb photographs and an excellent and speedy service. Well done and many thanks.

DUNCANAn excellent resourceI was looking into my grandfather's, uncles and aunts deaths, and found that there was a photo of their headstone in Crieff. I had never visited the grave, and it was marvelous to be able to view it online.

DUNCANHenry Duncan d. 1830An excellent resource and prompt reply.

DUNDEE-HOOPERupdateStewart Briscoe Dundee-Hooper was born 18 Sept 1893 in Torquay South Devon. His father was Harry Dundee-Hooper a solicitor in Torquay. His mother was Agnes Maria Stewart. It was a tragic accident that led to his death at the age of 22 on 15 Aug 1916 on Submarine E4 when she collided with her sister ship Sub E41. Both ships sank and there were 14 survivors, all from Sub E41. Both ships were salvaged, repaired and put back into service.

DUNDEE-HOOPERThanksMany thanks for your photo of this headstone. Regards Stewart M-J.

DUNFORDjohn dunford and his wife martha dunfordseen inthe baptism of there at st marys church liverpool, john dunford born 1812 baptised at st marys church liverpool, thomas dunford born 1815,baptised at st marys chuch liverpool william dunford born 1818 ,baptised st marys church liverpool james dunford ,born 1823 ,baptised at st marys church liverpool helen dunford born 1824 baptised at st marys church liverpool on each baptism father john dunford ,mother martha dunford they may have died in the parish of st marys ,not sure .only i know they died in liverpool,please help me find that grave, .... more

DUNFORDThank you for your help. Fast response aThank you for your help. Fast response and very helpful. Greatly appreciate it. Thanks

DUNLOPAdam Dunlop Gravestone at Wick (Old Municipal Cemetery)Thankyou so much for the photo of Adam Dunlop's Gravestone (Wick) Adam was originally from Maybole, Ayrshire and a brother of my gt.gt grandfather Joseph. Joseph's daughter, Elizabeth, came to New Zealand and married Thomas Hall here in Dunedin, NZ. The Hall Family was originally from Clackmannanshire. Many of the cemeteries here in Dunedin have online databases and the Southern Cemetery where Elizabeth and Thomas are buried also has photos of the headstones. This is through the Dunedin City Council Cemeteries Database. Thanks again - great service. .... more

DUNNThankyouDear Charles, Thankyou so much for the time and effort that you have put into this site. You are a true star! Im not 100% sure if this is my family stone, but I have a gut feeling it is. I am abit of a cemetery junkie myself and have some photos that you may wish to add to your collection. You have helped me and I would be more than happy to help you! Cheers Jazz

DUNNAdopted baby girlThank you so much. I don't know where this is going to lead to but I hope it's the lik in finding Cathy Dunn who gave birth to a little girl in Bulawayo 12 February 1968.

DUNNMuch GratitudeThank you Charles. I am in awe of what you accomplish. The photo I received, and so promptly, is invaluable to searching a very difficult family line. Best regards.

DUNNGrave photo for Annie GroundsThankyou for your prompt reply to my request. I now know where my grandmother is buried. As I will be visiting England in June I will be able to go and see it. So grateful for your site. Will use it again.

DUNNThank you so muchI appreciate the hard work that went into collecting, organizing and displaying this resource. You make a lot of people happy.

DUNNEileen Mavis DunnThank you very much in taking the grave photos.It is very nice to see where a relative has gone to rest.

DUNNETTDUNNETT / GOULDSites like this can prove invaluable.Thanks

DUNNINGThankyouThank you so much for sending the photo's through again and so quickly too. Great to be able to see information you may otherwise not have come across. Thanks again and very much appreciated.

DUNSMUIRFound relatives.Through this site and help from Charles Sale I have found a cousin of whom I ha not heard of for 40 years. We are now corresponding via email. Many Thanks

DUNWELLBrilliantThank you Charles for such a fast response and the many links. Fantastic website, really could spend hours browsing.

DURRANDThank you for your quick responseCharles, Thank you for providing the photo so quickly. You are providing an invaluable service and it is very much appreciated.

DURRANDDURRAND/GUNNI have been researching my mother's family tree. She was the grand-daughter of James Durrand/Elizabeth Gunn from Wick and daughter of their son Charles. Was wondering if any of their descendants are interested in providing some family history. My mother and her siblings are now deceased and I am not acquainted with any other directly related Durrands. They lived in Glasgow. My mother immigrated to the US in 1961; where I presently reside. Thanks!

DURRANTDURRANT AND HOWELLMany thanks for the photo of the gravestone. Now I just need to get organised and then I will search for more.

DURRANTDurrantMany thanks for the wonderful photo and the service you are providing. This certainly helps people who live thousands of miles away and have no hope of ever visiting these graves sites.

DURRANTJames Okey Durrant & Mary DurrantWhat a wonderful find, these people are my maternal gt gt grandparents, he was a compositor. Born in Stow came to London then returned to Stoke Holy Cross where James became a Pheasant Food Manufacturer in 1862 in the premises of Colmans Mustard.

DURRANTThank you!Thanks very much for the gravestone image. Much appreciated.

DURRANTImagesMany thanks for the images of headstones I requested. The images/information has proved useful.

DUTHIEJames Gove HeadstoneThank you for this wonderful resource. It really does help to bring history to life when one can add the ancestors final resting place. Many thanks to you Charles.

DWYERThanksThanks for the speedy reply and clear photo. 100% certain now that I have found my grans sisters grave Mary Dwyer. Married in Dublin 1931 , buried in Surrey. Thanks again. Robbie

DWYERThanksThank you for the speedy reply and clear photo. I am now in touch with some people at Byfleet heritage who are helping further. Keep up the good work. Regards Robbie.

DYESanderson FamilyI was very impressed with the amount of information I was able to garner from the resource. In particular the individual gravestones with the lists of names included has proved invaluable. An incredible body of work.

DYEIs it ethical or lawful ?Firstly I would like to thak this website in helping me view a Ancestor of mine from nearly 200 years ago.Robert & Elizabeth Dye of West Acre Norfolk. Secondly I am quite willing to photograph and submit photos of gravestones to this website BUT do I need a relatives permission to do so etc ?

DYERTerrific ResourceThank you again. Really helpful

DYKEPicture of GravestoneMany thanks for seading me apicture of the gravestone of Thomas Dyke,it saved me hours of

DYKESDykes and Gross families in SuffolkThis site is a wonderful bonus. The additional possibility of potentially connecting with others researching the Dykes (Dikes) or Gross families in Suffolk (Pettistree, Wickham Market, Rendlesham) is also very helpful. Bravo to Charles Sales. Sue Eakin

DYKESThank youOnce again thank you for your fantastic response. Well done and have a great day Regards Kerrie

DYMONDThanks for gravestone image supplied.Many thanks for your very speedy response to my request for an image of an ancestor's headstone from Barnstaple Cemetary. I'm very greatful to have this to add to my Family Research, specially as I've been unable to travel to 'the source'. And it was FREE - an amazing service. Well done to you and all the volunteers, I will make sure to check your website again.

DYSONWonderful siteA wonderful resource for people searching for family from afar.

DYSONThanksThank you for the great service and quick response. Altho DYSON is not my primary interest it is a great photo for my S-i-L to look at.

FRYETTmarriage or death records - DOUGLAS FRYETTborn in Balham London UK. in Australia from 1916 to 1925 then can't find anything. No UK records after 1911.

HILLDAVID HILL & ELIZA HILLThank you, Charles for your help in finding and taking a photo of my family member's grave site of my great great grandfather and Grandmother. You were so quick and it was so easy to request. I would recommend this service to anyone who lives miles away. Ancestry.com should know about this. Thank you, so much.

JONESDRYHURST JONES - Many thanksAn excellent service which has helped in my research into my family history

KINMONDDOUGLASS KINMONDWould like to thank this site for their help with my family tree research it has been most helpful.

MASONDavid Mason Gravestone in USAMany,many thanks for the photograph. It is so much appreciated and may I add what a helpful job you are doing. The family is here in Scotland and some emigrated in the late 1880's to Australia. Once again many thanks and you sent it so quickly.

NICHOLSONFamily HistoryThank you for this monument image. It provided me with extra information regarding Donald Nicholson who married into the Grant family.

NUNNNunn family , ColchesterIt was helpful to find out further information about Roger Nunn. I am a direct descendent of this man - my mother being Phyllis Nunn and her father being Josiah Nunn. I would be interested in hearing from any other family members who may have further information about the family

SOUTTARJoanna Wynn Souttar Graveston Photo.I am researching my family tree and thank you for the gravestone photo of Joanna Wynne Souttar, nee Daly. I have added information for Joanna and her husband John Souttar.

TYSONDANIEL TYSONThank you for the picture of my ancestors gravestone. I did not expect such a speedy response. It is much appreciated.



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