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THACKRAYThackray HeadstoneGreat clarity on the photo! This is a wonderful resource. How fortunate we are to have such a dedicated volunteer.

SLIDDERSMany Thanks for High Definition PhotosThank you Charles for the rapid response to our request. Superb service

STEADThankyou very much for the copy of John Thankyou very much for the copy of John Stead and Mary Stead's gravestone. It was very useful for my research.

FAULKNERLiffenCharles Sale....Thank you for the two photographs

RAINEExtremely helpful researchThis was sent within hours of my request. Thank you very much.

KEENWilliam and Maria Keen Headstone photoThanks so much for allowing me to see this so promptly. For Keen researchers Maria maiden name was Ashton.

PATERSONSuch quick response! I must thank you for once again providing such a fantastic service so promptly. I agree with others who have said that we are so lucky to have someone so dedicated and willing to help others. My great grandfather, John Paterson's family, is proving to be very elusive, but with help from people like you Charles, I live in hope of finding more information. Thank you.

STUBBINSThank youExcellent reponse to my request. The lettering is not very clear, but that is perhaps not surprising.

MAYSGrave PhotoMany thanks for the grave photo of Sydney Mays which will help to get his war grave recognition.

BLOOMFIELDThanks for very speedy and efficient response to photo requestThis is the first time I have used the resource and I should just like to pass on my thanks for a totally pleasant and useful service delivered in a very efficient and friendly manner.

EDWARDS / PALMERThank you.Thank you for this wonderful FREE resource.

STODARTThanksThank you Charles for all that you do. :)

FOWLESApparrent duplicationI am researching the FOWLES family in Worcestershire, England. There appear to be two gravestones for Mary FOWLES [died 1893] No. 3008 at St James, Callow End and No. S6300063 at St Peter, Powick. The photos of each grave look the same to me. The people on the gravestone are the same except that Mary is 83 on the Callow End Entry and 80 on the Powick one. Her death registration is as follows: FOWLES, MARY; Aged 80 [thus born about 1813]; GRO Ref.: 1893 Q4 in UPTON-ON-SEVERN Vol. 6C Page 190. Both Powick and Callow End are in the Upton-on-Severn Registration District. Mary FOWLES nee NEWMAN married William FOWLES 06 Oct 1834 at All Saints, Worcester, Worcestershire, England. Their son Mark Henry FOWLES was baptised 28 Feb 1841 in Madresfield, Worcestershire, England. He died in Worcester Infirmary 25 September 1903 although he was living Saltmarsh Castle, Bromyard, Herefordshire where he was presumably a farm bailiff.

BELLThank youMany thanks for providing the photo of William Bell and family.

BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANNRE: Thank YouThank you, once again, for such an excellent resource.

Thank you!Thank you so much for your prompt response to my request, very much appreciated!

Thanks for photos of Dobson family graveThanks for photos of Dobson family graves

Thomas Cocksedge Gravestone PhotoMany thanks for this photo and for your time in replying to my request so promptly, best regards.

BAGULEY2nd Great GrandfatherThank you so much. Since researching my family history I have now found that my 2nd great grandfather and 2nd great grandmother are buried at Farndon Cemetery. I am a Farndon person and never know this !! Thank you once again Regards Pat

BIRTPainswick Grave MarkerMany thanks for your swift response to my request for an image of my Great Uncle John Birt's grave, it was very much appreciated.

HAMMETTThank youThank you so much for the wonderful image of Johanna Hammett's headstone. It is much appreciated.

HARRISThis is a wonderful service and I have used it several times. Fast and friendly response. Charles iI have found several gravestones on this site, as well as added information on my ancestors to help others that may find them. It is so great to find these stones in England where I cannot go to get to them. The photos are clear and of good resolution, as well as having the information transcribed. And this recent gravestone gave me some startling news. Thomas Harris was born in 1722 and died in 1829. Yes this man born in the early 1700's lived to be 107 years old. Wow. Thanks again, Charles. You are very appreciated by many.

STOKERStokerThanks so much for such a speedy reply to my photo request. Much appreciated.

POCOCKThanksThank you for the lovely clear photos and immediate response to my request

MORRIS AND SMITHKIRTLINGTON PGravestonesI am wondering whether any work has been done photographing Oxford cemeteries, Kirtlington in particular. My Gt.Grandmother, Emily Morris came to New Zealand in the early 1870s, and research has shown that there were a considerable number of Morris family members in the Kirtlington Parsh records, also a generation back to the John Smith family. Thank you for the great help you provide. Jan.

ROBINSONMany thanksThank you so much for the excellent photo of the gravestone of my Gt.Grandfather, Charles Titus Robinson, his wife Ann, and Son Edward Henry Robinson. It is indexed under Titus, but the surname is actually Robinson. I had an old black and white photo of the grave, so it was wonderful to receive such a clear coloured photo to include in my family history. The work you do in providing an excellent free resource is greatly appreciated.

FULLERTONThanksThank you for providing such an invaluable source of research. This will certainly help me in my quest to research my Scottish/Irish ancestors.

SHARPGreat resourceThank you so much for the very clear photograph of the grave of my great-great grandfather, Samuel Sharp. It was wonderful to see it and find out the exact date of his early death. I am compiling a large family resource and sites like this are absolutely invaluable. I so appreciate your hard work in starting and maintaining this site.

FOLLETTFollett FamilyThank you for a wonderful and free resource. Very much appreciated. I found also a photo of John Wenban in the Wilberforce Cemetery, NSW. Best Regards.

RANDALLA great helpA great website, extremely helpful in my search for information about John Randall, born Cley.

BARRATTThank youThank you for this very useful resource. I use it quite frequently and I am very grateful to those who have contributed.

WELWOODThank you for prompt replyThank you very much for your help with Robert and Elizabeth Welwood's gravestone. I really appreciate the effort you have gone to on this site. Maybe in the future, I'll be able to help you.

WOODBRIDGESusan Bradley Mann born 1847 Lambeth SurSusan Bradley Mann born 1847 Lambeth Surrey died 1898 Wolverhampton Staffordshire, wife of James Woodbridge born 1846 Bishopgate died 1873 St Pancras London. MAny thanks ChRles for the photo, we really appreciate then time and effort in taking these photos.

WILKINSONThank youThank you so much for sending me the image for Hurdman's gravestone. It will be very helpful in my family history research. The image is clear and of high quality and GPR is an extremely useful resource. Thank you!

NEWBOULDSo helpful and useful.This is now the fifth gravestone I have aquired from this site and I have been able to fill-in so many gaps on my tree. The latest for example shows not only husband and wife but also their 5 children. Congratulations on maintaining such a valuable resource.

KROHN, HAROLD EMANUELFamily HistoryThank you Charles. I appreciate receiving the clear photograph of the grave plaque of Harold Emanuel KROHN. His wife was my grandfathers first cousin so it helps in adding to the family history. regards Vanessa

REDITRedits of AshfieldThanks for a very prompt service in supplying images of my Redit ancestor Graves in Gt Ashfield Churchyard.

BOOTHLawnswood Cemetery LeedsLove this website. Really helpful. Very good quality images. Thank you.

BRAY-TAYLOR-BROADWELLThank YouThanks for the help with my request for information on Bray grave photo

RICKWOODThank youThank you for the very prompt response. This site us a great way to share information.

ADDYMAN Received my picture within 24 hours of rReceived my picture within 24 hours of requesting

BALEThank for the photograph of William AverThank for the photograph of William Avery Bale's headstone.

LAING LThank you for your quick response. ThisThank you for your quick response. This is a great service and will definitely be using it again. Thanks again. Margaret

TYSONThank you!Many thanks for the speedy response - very grateful!

AUSTINThomas Austin, George Brougham AustinThank you

AppreciationIn appreciation of the excellent work and information on this site. It is great to be able to access photographs of family headstones online. Thank you.

ARCHER ThanksVery fast service for a photo of Ronald Hedley Archer's memorial in Yorkshire. I will certainly add to this site if I can.

STACEYMy great great great grandparentsThank you so much for sending me a photo of the gravestone of my ancestors Mr. and Mrs. William Stacey who are buried in the churchyard at Nutfield. A very poignant moment - I am 75 and live abroad so doubt whether I will ever see it in person. All your hard work much appreciated!

CLARKEFeedbackThank you for your prompt service!

BELLBell, Rowe, Healey, Sealey, Waddingham, Grainger, Shewan, Pollock, and relatedI received an excellent photo of the headstone for Lucy Rowe nee Bell (8 Dec 1887 - 18 Mar 1995), thank you for that. This line of Bells were around Daylesford in the late 1800s and 1900s. I have a fair amount of info on them, including ancestors & descendants (but very few photos) and am happy to share.


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