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List of comment / feedback / help requests for Surnames starting with V

surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
Steel Photograph - Chapeltown St. JohnThank you so much for this image, a great resource that is easy to use ! I will be visiting the Graveyard over Easter and also St. Mary's in Ecclesfield and intend to take photographs which could add to the resource, Adele

24/03/20122450
Still providing a great serviceThank you again for a great site

24/04/20111553
Brilliant siteMany thanks for the several headstone photos. This is a great site and incredibly helpful for family history research. It helps to preserve headstone memorials indefinately. Also I must mention how helpful it is to send the photos so quickly. I will recommend your site to all my contacts who are also researching their ancestry.

16/05/20111609
wonderful useful siteI have been able to complete parts of my research that were missing thanks to Charles Sales' great site - I cannot praise it enough

07/06/20111686
Great ResourceWhat a great website. I received the pictures more or less straight away

24/09/20122851
Thank you so much for the great images oThank you so much for the great images of Headstones, been very helpful

25/05/20165808
Rackheath WW1 casualties.Thank you for the information contained on the memorial, very helpful.

01/08/20166198
Thank YouHi Team, I just wish to say a huge Thank You to all those involved with this site. It has enabled me to look further into the lives of my family. I live in Tasmania, Australia, when I get to see a headstone with details of people who are connected to me through out history in the UK I get very excited & I cant wait till I can put them in their rightful place in my Tree.

23/10/20166567
VALENTINEMonica Henrietta Valentine. Charles, ThaMonica Henrietta Valentine. Charles, Thank you for your fast reply. I was able to complete the burial details of my great aunt in my family tree.

05/01/20176833
VALIANTThanksThanks for this resource. Very useful when researching ancestors.

01/06/20165847
VAN DER VELDEJan Cornelius van der VeldeDear Sir or Madam, I requested an image of the gravestone of this particular individual but the e-mail did not attach an image. Would you be able to rectify this for me? With kind regards, from William

26/01/20122258
VANSTENVanstenMany thanks Helps to understand the relationship and census entries for these families.

15/02/20122337
VANSTONEHelp identifying cemetery?Do you have somewhere I could post a photo of a cemetery and see if anyone recognizes it? On the railings surrounding the cemetery is a Masonic symbol (or so I've been told. To me it looks like a Star of David!) Can you help?

08/04/20144195
VANTVANT - A One Name StudyI am am a member of the Guild Of One Name Studies (GOONS) currently undertaking a VANT One Name Study (tracing everyone with the Vant surname all over the world). My husband's mother's maiden name was Vant, which is why the interest in that particular name. I am interested in hearing from anyone with the Vant surname, anyone who has a relative with the name and anyone with an interest in the name. I have extensive records of the Vant families from the 1600s through to the present day and am very happy to share information with genuinely interested people. My GOONS Registration Number is 6183. For more information about the GOONS website www.one-name.org

07/06/20133391
VAREYFantastic serviceCan't believe how good your site is,requested photo's got them next day.

18/10/20166547
VARIEDfamily treeThank you very much for your assistance in aiding my research. I have gladly made a donation to show my appreciation.

10/08/20178209
VARIOUSTremendous resource - many thanksI'm tremendously impressed by this database which is really useful to anyone researching a relative or other historical personage. Many thanks to Charles and everyone else who has contributed. John

30/01/20176970
VEITCHYour ServiceAbsolutely brilliant information and service. Many thanks.

09/10/20144624
VEITCHVEITCH/LAWRIE/MICHIEThank you for sharing this website. I was just thrilled to find the gravestone of my gg grandfather & gg grandmother!

28/04/20165703
VELLAJosephineYou have a Victoria as a daughter of Josephine ,infact its Victor a son.

28/07/20166185
VENNARDvennard HeadstoneI requested a copy of my ancestors grave today & was delighted with a quick response & the quality of the photo thank you so much

07/05/20177618
VERNALLPrompt ReplyThank you Charles for links to gravestone photos. I have added details of George Vernall and wife Vida to website.

07/03/20144090
VERNEYA wonderful resource!I cannot thank you enough, Charles and everybody else who were involved in bringing me an excellent image of my Verney family grave in West Down, North Devon. A great resource, well done!

23/02/20144044
VERNONPhotograph of gravestoneI just wanted to say thank you for allowing me a picture of the gravestone of my 3 x great grandparents and their daughter (my aunt). The image quality is fab and it allowed me to see the stone without the need to travel.

20/03/20177248
VERNONVernon familyThank you for providing this service. My mother was Hilda Frances Vernon, b.Muckleton Shrewsbury and emigrated to Canada with her parents.

29/05/20177755
VERRALLHeadstonesI wish to thank you for the great service provided for fellow Family History research.

05/11/20166608
VERRALLSThanks & a correctionThanks for your assistance and time in maintaining this really useful resource. One note of correction - you record a Robert Henry Clare (f-in-law of Herbert George Verralls) as buried in Harlow Hill (Sections G J) Cemetery Harrogate, the name should read Herbert Henry Clare as per the tombstone. .... more

30/05/20165836
VERTIGANBrilliant aid to research.Gravestone Photographs is an easy to use site and an excellent addition to those web sites that a researcher remembers as being very useful.

14/12/20133852
VERTUEI would like to trace ancestors and deceI would like to trace ancestors and decendents of Thomas and Lydia Vertue

27/08/2010651
VESEYSarah VeseyThank You

17/02/20177057
VICARYOne-name studyThis looks like a supur resource for one-namers Thanks

22/08/2010631
VICEThank you!Having found your site on the Lost Cousins newsletter I am delighted with the quick response. Thank you.

04/08/2010529
VICKERSSuperb serviceThank you for your amazing service and incredibly rapid response to my request regarding Ernest Alban Vickers. Greatly appreciated!

03/03/20177131
VINCENTThank YouThank you very much for the photo of Herbert Vincent.Much appreciated.

12/11/20101045
VINCENTa Rich ResourceThis site really adds terrific context to my family tree. Many thanks.

03/06/20177793
VINCETTA big thank youOnce again I must thank you for your help. I requested an image (or two) a few years ago and you have just helped me again. This is a valuable site and I very much appreciate the efforts of all involved. Best regards, Jackie

31/01/20176978
VINEThanksThank you

22/06/20165971
VINTThanksThank you for collecting these photographs and giving access through excellent software. The image of the gravestone gives me a connection with the family and confirms information from other sources.

02/10/20166466
VINTERThe photo from the website was just whatThe photo from the website was just what we have been looking for for years. Many thanks Charles

24/02/201039
VITTYVittyMany thanks to Charles and al volunteers, an excellent job.

19/09/20122837
VIVIANMany thanksSpeedy response much appreciated. Very kind of you to also permit use on my own website - with full photo credit of course. Would appreciate any background etc in respect of Arnold Guy Vivian's service in Grenadier Guards.

01/04/20111478
VON FALKENHAUSENThank youThank you for satisfying my curiosity @ gravestonephotos.com . A lot can be learned from history and I believe gravestones gives us a glimpse into our ancestors life/death. I was keen to find out how my ancestors were buried and I was very glad you had a record from one of them. Seeing this particular gravestone, how ornate it was, makes me understand he did great things. I know some might think it's morbid, to look up gravestones, but I think it's inspiring to see how they were commemorated. Keep up with the excellent work! Thanks again, Val

24/10/20178612
VOTIERAmazing resourceThank you for organising this amazing and helpful resource!

13/07/20178013
VYSEmany thanksI was very pleased to find a reference to an ancestor's gravestone at this site and pleased again to have a great photo of it made available to me. This is a great project and thank you for your efforts!

16/10/20133724
VYSEGravestone PhotoThanks for the quick response to my request for the gravestone photo for Gertrude Ellen Drane (nee Vyse). It is much appreciated and I commend the hard work that you and all your volunteers have put into this website.

19/06/20177872


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