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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback|
|COUTTS-SMITH||Rhoda Ling (nee Coutts Smith)||Thank you for a very prompt reply and an excellent photo |
|HARPER||feedback||Thank you so much for giving me access to the memorial inscription on the grave of Annie Isobella Harper. I do appreciate the work that you and all your volunteers are doing and wish I could help you all.|
|GLOVER||feedback||Thank you so much for giving me access to the memorial inscription on the grave of Martha Gloaver. I do appreciate the work that you and all your volunteers are doing and wish I could help you all.|
|BECK||Ellen Beck nee Moss, died 4th November 1942 at Steventon in Berkshire||Thank you Charles for your prompt and personal response to my request. The service you provide is second to none, and is much appreciated.|
|ISAAC||Photograph of Francis Isaac monument (grave 318655)||Thank you for the image. I wanted it for the extremely trivial but, at the same time, vitally important, wish to see if the lambs in Francis Isaac's coat-of-arms had ropes hanging round their necks. Col. Vivian in his edition of the Visitations of Devon, published 1895, stated that, on this monument, they had. On a monument showing Francis' daughter's arms in St Giles-in-the-Wood the ropes were not shown. On this monument in West Down, as shown in the picture, the arms of Isaac are displayed three times and, as far as I can tell, the lambs do not have ropes. Curious.|
|HOWARD||Good quality image||Probable father-in-law of James Cartwright of Loughborough who married Margaret Howard at Beeby 19 May 1752. John Howard of Beeby, butcher, is mentioned in the marriage obligation document.|
|MEADOWS||Thank you to all concerned for the very||Thank you to all concerned for the very clear image
|MCADAMS||Thank you||I am researching my ancestor Ann McAdam(s), my namesake and part of my family I know nothing about.
She married a William Lakey.|
|SCARBURG||Henry Scarburg gravestone photo||Thank you very much for this photo of my 12th G-Grandfather, Henry Scarborough/Scarburg's stone, and for all the work you do to help amateur genealogists like myself.
Your photos are clear, sharp and very readable, making them a great addition to my tree. Again, thanks very much.|
|ASIMUS||Frederick J Asimus 1873-1924 husband of Esther Eliza nee Pearce||Thanks again GPR for photo of my great grandfather's memorial it is really appreciated. Fellow researchers of this person if you have a copy of his death certificate & are willing to share the information on it regarding his exact date of death as there is conflicting information. Thanks.|
|ASIMUS||Esther Eliza Asimus nee Pearce 1876-1917||Thank you to GPR for another great photo of Esther's memorial. She was my great grand mother, sadly she passed away after child birth. RIP.|
|ASIMUS||George Asimus 1882-1942 & Ethel May nee Wallace 1899-1991||Thanks again to GPR for the picture of George & Ethel's memorial. George is my 2nd great uncle. You are helping me fulfil my family tree I'm very grateful. |
|ASIMUS||Arnold Albert Asimus||To GPR thank you so much for the great picture of Arnold's headstone. You made me so happy that I'd found his headstone which helped me with his death date. If you were near me I would have given you a big hug in appreciation. Thank you again you have made my day. regards Robyn.|
|Thank you for this Service||Thank you for this Service|
|TRAVIS||Headstone photographs||Thanks for your excellentphtographs. They have assisted me greatly with my family history research.|
|PAGE||Grateful thanks||I'm very grateful to you all for this fantastic service, thank you very much indeed.|
|KITCHEN||Marmaduke Kitchen's gravestone.||Many thanks for sending me your link to a larger photo for Marmaduke Kitchen's gravestone.|
|BELLCHAMBERS||Thank you||Super site and service. Thank you Charles for all your hard work and organisation, and of course others for their contributions.|
|NURSE||epiitaphs||thank you for putting this on line it is exciting when you are find ancestors that you did not know
|WORSFOLD||Robert Farley buried St. Andrews Steyning Sussex||What a fantastic resource and completely free. I wish I had found your site years ago. You are to be commended not only for making the data freely available but for the ease and speed with which results are made available. My first search was an interest in the mention of Henry Worsfold my 1st cousin three times removed. Thanks to your thorough indexing this found Robert Farley's Grave stone (and that of his wife) which made reference to Henry being her second husband.|
|Photograph of Francis Isaac monument (grave 318655)||Thank you for supply such an excellent picture|
|CRASK||Thanks so much for the very quick respon||Thanks so much for the very quick response to a request for gravestone photographs. This has confirmed this person linked to my ancestry.
You are to be commended for the great work you do as a volunteer in providing these photos to us all.|
|DORLING||Thanks for this marvellous resource.||A big thank you to Charles Sale and all the volunteers. I have used this site for several years, both for my Dorling one-name study and for other surnames in my own family tree. I am so impressed by the amount of work and care that has gone into helping to provide all the photos and information and for the unfailing responses to requests. Many many thanks. |
|STAMP||Very helpful||Thank you very much Charles for your very prompt reply to my request. I have only just touched on this family. Robert was the gg grandfather of my son-in-law. I am still in the early stages of research (having stretched myself on many branches).|
|BRAMPTON||William Brampton||Big thanks to Charles Sale for a good photograph of a headstone for the above name.|
|BRACEY||William and Elizabeth Bracey||Thank you for sending the photo of the headstone, it adds so much to my research.|
|HAMMERSTONE||gravestone photos||many thanks for the 2 images. Your help is really appreciated|
|LITHGO||Thank You||This is the second time I have made use of your excellent resource. Thank you for providing such an amazing search tool.
|WHITCHURCH||My Grandparents||My father, John Roy Whitchurch, died recently in South Africa and it’s been helpful to be able to find this photo of his parents, my grandparents, gravestone. Thank you for such a lovely photo of where John Francis and Ellen May Whitchurch are resting.|
|KENT||Amazing Find||Thank you, I was really surprised to find my ancestor had a tombstone and I can now go and look at it.|
|TATHAM||Thanks for the William Tatham grave photo||Excellent service sincere thanks! |
|LAMOND||Huge help for family research into the Lamond family of Edinburgh||Many thanks for your help with the Lamond family in Edinburgh, the gravestone pictures on your site which relate to the family were a huge assistance.
|HARROD||Family Research||Thank you very much for this photograph. I have many photos from cemeteries and Churchyards around the Lowestoft area. Happy to help anyone.
|MATSON||John Matson||THANK YOU!! I was unable to see the image until you so kindly sent it to me. While I am not certain if this John Matson is kin or not, I am delighted to see such a memorial. Thank you and please keep up the great work. |
|BAILLIE||Thank you||Dear Mr. sale,
I very much appreciate the swift and full reply to my request. You provide a helpful service. My very best wishes.|
|WADE||A brilliant research tool.||A brilliant research tool. |
|CHEETHAM||Great photo||Thanks for providing photos of these gravestones. I was able to add 4 dates of death from one gravestone!|
|BRAY||Some very useful information gained from||Some very useful information gained from this gravestone, which I'd have no access to without this excellent site. Thanks again. |
|FLEURY||Thanks||Thanks for the image. I was searching for the Fleury family as I acquired an antique mentioning Capt Fleury who served in Cyprus in different positions including District Commissioner between 1932-1935 |
|FEATHERSTONE||Elizabeth Jane Featherstone (1835-1910)||Many thanks for the photo of Elizabeth's headstone. She was the aunt of the second wife of my paternal grandfather|
|CAMP||Church cemetery on Lord Townshend Estate, Close to Raynham & Not Far From Fakenham||I'm trying to locate the grave of my cousin, Naomi Louise CAMP. She was
born prematurely 12 Sep 1960 in the Royal Air Force Sculthorpe base
hospital, weighing only 1 lb 8 ozs. baby Naomi only lived for 2 hrs. Per
my late Aunt, her mother, she was buried in the church cemetery on the Lord
Townshend Estate, close to Raynham and not too far from Fakenham, England.
Per index records, she was born and died in District: Fakenham, County:
I cannot find an estate by this name but I am finding the Raynham Estate and
Raynham Hall. I've also found that the Church of St Mary is on the estate
so am wondering if the church cemetery may be where baby Naomi was buried.
Can you help me locate her burial? If possible, I would love to have a
picture of her grave and headstone. Many thanks for any help you can
|ELLIS||Family Research||Thank you so much for the images from which I have been able to extract my ancestors exact dates of death.
This is a truly amazing website.
Thanks once again.
|FISHER||thanks||thanks for this amazing site|
|HOLLEY||confirmation of receipt||Thank you Charles. The inscription is very clear and legible. Wonderful to have. I am interested in the entire family but of particular interest is George Hunt Holley's son George Hunt Holley Dunham born 1798 in Aylsham.|
|TROON||Headstone Photos||Thank you for allowing us to access the Headstones that we have requested.|
|MCDOUGALL||Good resource||Thank you for providing these photos. The one I downloaded will be a valuable addition to my research project.|
|CABLE||Appreciation||Thanks to all involved in producing and then distributing the.pictures of the gravestones. Those of my Cable family are beautifully clear and legible|
|FISHER||Your Help||Thank you so much for this website it is such a help for researching family tree's, especially when you live a long way from the area. |
|LAIDLER||John and Ann Laidler||Thank you for providing access to the enlarged photograph as requested. Apologies for the delayed response, this was because my email automatically filed it under Trash for some reason.|
|PICKERING||Small correction||Re. GPR grave number: 502680 / GPR image name: 4136, Millicent Ella Hesketh-Wright nee Pickering died on 13 Jul 1959, not 1939. Keep up the good job. .... more|