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KINGThank youDear Charles, Thank you for responding so quickly to my request. Researching my English ancestors, John King and family, from Australia can become a bit problematic but these gravestone photos help enormous. Thank you for all of your time and effort. Kindest regards, Linda

FIELDA most amazing and useful site.Thank you so much for running this free site. My first attempt produced not only my 2nd Great Grandfather's grave but identified a family member I was unaware of and confirmaton of another.

AVERYThank you.Great to have the photograph of William Avery's gravestone. He was the brother of my Gr Gr Grandfather Richard who migrated to Australia with his wife Martha in the late 1840's. It is another piece of the puzzle I can slot into the family story. Thank you.

AVERYThank you,With sincere thanks for the photograph of the gravestone of William and Ann Avery. Another clue as I research their story. Their son Richard migrated to Australia with his wife Martha in the late 1840'sm so it means a great deal to have that connection between my family in Australia and Richard's parents in England.

BIDMEADThank you.Many, many thanks for such a prompt reply to my request for a photograph of the gravestone of Hannah Bidmead. It has added some more information to my family history plus a few questions as well!! Your service is much appreciated.

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.

LOCKThanksThank you for a helpful site. Really appreciate the effort you put in.

MILLERRichard King Miller. Finally found a conRichard King Miller. Finally found a connection for my family tree (Rist/Nugent)in Australia.

HOGGThanks so much!Thank you for the images of John Hogg's gravestone.

LEOVArthur Leslie LeovThank you so much for sending the link through so that I may view this cemetery record, also links to see further family members in the system. This is an invaluable resource enabling people like myself to be able to view headstones without having to travel great distances. It is very much appreciated. I am sure I will use the service again in the future. Kind regards, Jannine

DORANThanksGreatly appreciated the photos received so promptly.

SHARPEGreat Site--didn't know you existed! ThanksFantastic to get photos of graves of 6th grat grandparents!

TILLYJOHN SHORTThank you so much for this brilliant resource. It is really helping me with my family tree as there are dates on the headstone that I could not have discovered any other way. Thank you for your time.

BRISTOW / GOMERSALL / JONESThank YouThank you for this resource and the picture of the gravestone.

FREEMANFreeman headstone Alberton Cemetery Victoria, AustraliaThank you for the image of the headstone. I live interstate and am unlikely to visit The photo was a great help in verifying information. Much appreciated. Thomas Freeman was my husband's great-great uncle. Came to Australia c1853 with his father Joseph

OATESReceipt of ImageReceived the gravestone image requested promptly and it was most helpful for my research. GPR is a wonderful resource

HARDCASTLEThanksMany thanks for the very clear photograph of Joseph Hardcastle's headstone

TAYLOREdith Cavell TaylorThank you Charles for the photo I requested, your response was so quick. I really appreciate the work you have done. Thank you.

TAYLORThank YouThank you Charles for the very quick response to my request of the photo. Your site was very easy to navigate. Thank you so much for your work in helping researchers. I know everyone really appreciates your work.

YOULDENMany thanksThank you for sending me the requested picture. It's been very helpful. What a great job you're doing running this resource.

Great ServiceI have found many pictures on this site that I have been able to add details to my Family Tree. The pictures are very good quality

BARNES / TOLMAN Gravestone photo Thank you so very much for the pictures of Emma Barnes's gravestone. The info listed has been very helpful in dating not only her death (my husband's great grandmother) but also his grandfather & great aunt.

MAYESJames Mayes - RattlesdenThanks for your prompt reply. It helps my young grandson who now lives in Australia with his family background. Next time he is in the UK I will take him to Rattlesden as James Mayes is his GGGGrandfather. I know the family lived in the Woolpit/Rattleden area and married into the Bird family through my Grandmother, Blanche Amelia whose husband (Oliver) and father both travelled to Australia in their early years before returning to Suffolk.

LINGARDWonderful resourceThank you very much for such a speedy response to my request.

RABBITTThank youThank you to whoever took the photographs of the gravestones at Melchbourne, Beds, particularly of John Rabbitt and his family. also thank you to Charles Sale for this tremendously rich resource, I cannot begin to imagine how many hours have gone into setting up and running this web site.

Thank you Charles for the image of the HThank you Charles for the image of the Headstone of Horace and Lillian Anderson it is greatly appreciated.

WHEELERTHANKYOUThank you so much for your lightning fast response to my request for a photograph. The service you offer is remarkable. Again, many thanks.

JONKLAASVery HelpfulThank you for providing this resource. I have visited Kandy a number of times but never got the opportunity to visit my grandmothers and my aunty's grave, it was so amazing to be able to see this photo. Thank you

ROBINSON AND GREYAppreciationThank you very much for providing this valuable resource for viewing the inscriptions on the headstone of Thomas Grey, his first wife Esther and his second wife Agnes.

TALMANI would like to request for the cemeteryI would like to request for the cemetery of St. Andrew's, Felmingham, North Norfolk, England to be cataloged and photographed. My 7X great-grandfather, William Talman is buried there and I would like a photograph of his gravesite. William Talman was born 1650 and died 1719. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you! .... more

THIRKETTLEThank you, for sending me a copy of WillThank you, for sending me a copy of William Thirkettle's gravestone. It is very much appreciated!

Suggestion to add gravestone question to photo request pageAgain great site - with great mission/objectives. I just requested a photo and noticed the comment - that lots of spammers send messages through that page. Why not add a creative gravestone question - similar to what has been added to this comments/feedback page ? Thanks and regards, Jaime

Invaluable resource for family tree researchThis website is an invaluable resource for furthering your family tree with the information that the headstone can give you. Often highlighting members of the family that are not recorded on the census.

KIFFThank youThis site is wonderful, and so very easy to use, thank you once again

WESTACOTTThank youThank you for your prompt reply to my request for a photo. Although this time it was not the relative I was looking for. I have used yout site before with excellent results. Much appreciated Trenuth Seager

LEAKEsearch for graveMany thanks for the image of Robert Leake,s grave, I have been trying to find it since we moved to our house. Robert Leake owned 'Hoders' in Oxted, our house was originally an agricultural building part of the estate. Work was completed on it in 1812 and a plaque was placed above the door with the date and Robert Leake's initials

BERGONZIThank youThis is a marvellous site. Thank you so very much.

HARMANHarman FTreeThank you for the photo and info, was a great help in helping to track this part of the family. Really appreciated.

NICHOLSThank YouI am very thankful for the time and effort all the volunteers are putting into this amazing website. Very much appreciated. What a great idea.

NAYLORThank youThank you for letting me have a really good picture of my husband's grandparents gravestone. We no longer live in the area so your website is invaluable to my research. When I retire at the end of the year, I am hoping I might be able to volunteer my help in photographing some headstones for the site.

HARRISRobert Harris, son of Robert and MargareRobert Harris, son of Robert and Margaret

GRIFFIN AND HAYTERFamily treesHello, am researching my family tree, Griffin's and Hayter's. My grandfather was Thomas George Griffin born 1852(known as George), my grandmother was Emma Hayter born 1856. If anyone has further information i would be extremely grateful. Many thanks Tony Griffin

GRIFFIN AND HAYTERGrave referenceThank you for allowing me to see the full size picture of my ancestors grave, i am researching my family tree, Griffin's and Hayter's, my grandfather was Thomas George Griffin born 1852(known as George), my grandmother was Emma Hayter born 1856. Many thanks Tony Griffin

WILLISGreat serviceYou provide such a helpful service, many thanks.

NEWALLNEWALL headstoneThank you so much for your very quick response to my request for a photo of a potential relative's headstone. You made it very easy for me, since you sent the picture in good large format. If you don't mind, I highly recommend you won't hesitate to request your services again.

JOHN HOCKINGLocation of grave in St. Peter's Church CopdockThis grave is marked by a recently exposed granite cross and is to be found approximately 10 metres to the East of the East window.

HENDERSONThanksTHanks for sending me the photo's for Mary Ann Henderson, really appreciate it.

WESTMACOTTthank you very much for supplying the image requested.Thank you for the esae with which i was able to view this image. It is much appreciated. Eileen Laing

RIDLEYThank youThank you again for supplying another grave photograph to me. Photos add another dimension to family research and gravestones and memorials give valuable information. Much appreciated.

WATKINSWatkins FamilyExcellent website, only just found it and only yesterday came across a death card for an unknown relative Samuel Ernest Watkins. Found his gravestone and now know his wife and am hopefully able to trace more info. Thank you so much for providing such an excellent service


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