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ZDROIKThank youI just want to say thank you for the photo of my cousins husband.

ZADOW ThanksMany thanks, what an exciting service you re providing

YOUNGSYou are helping me piece together my famYou are helping me piece together my family tree. Many thanks.

YOUNGSAn excellent website. Thank you for yourAn excellent website. Thank you for your continuous help in completing my family tree.

YOUNGEdward YoungCurrently, no wiser, but will use info to dig further.

YOUNGYOUNG/LOCKHARTThanks to Michelle, who added the photos of Dean Cemetery. It has been a great help!

YOUNGThank you!Great site, and thank you for making it available for researchers. I found several family members.

YOUNGMy family have been resident in HaddingtMy family have been resident in Haddington from at least the 1800s & linked to R Scots & RAF

YOUNGYOUNG/NAISMITHDo you know if the graveyards in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland will be photographed? I am researching my family tree. Andrew Young 1820 - ? married to Margaret Logan, James Young 1786 -? married to Margaret Fourd.Robert Hamilton Naismith 1830 - 1894 married to Agnes Mitchell 1842 - 1915. I live in Mississauga near Toronto Canada if someone needs a photo.

YOUNGGravestone of James Frederick Lees YoungMany thanks for making this photo available, the time and effort taken to do do this is much appreciated.

YOUNGIn St. Mary´s Walton on Thames are burieIn St. Mary´s Walton on Thames are buried Lake Young and his son Brown Young, who died in 1802 and 1829. Both are in the same Gravestone located on the South side of the Churchyard. According to the summary compiled by J. W. Greek Forge in 1974, are located in her grid 23/2. I would like you send me a photo of these Gravestone. I live in Peru and I cannot go to personally take this picture.

YOUNGwhat a fantastic siteThank you so much I came upon your site by accident but its just wonderful .I am researching young and related names .I live in aussie so its great to find you. I hope to send you some from here in australia

YOUELL Feltham Youell Brockdish, NorfolkThank you for such a brilliant website and the instant response following my request for this relatives headstone photograph. This is going to be such a help in my family tree research. I hope to be able to offer my services in the future. Please contact me for photos of headstones that I have already taken.

YOUATTthanks on receipt Thank you image received. Primary name visible, but the rest not easy to read.This is not a complaint - at least family has a location to visit

YOUATTthanksthanks in anticipation

YOLEThank you for imageThank you very much for the image of John Henry and Emma Yole's gravestone. These are my partner's great great grandparents, and we wouldn't be able to visit the graveyard in person as we're based in Northumberland.

YEOFeedbackDear Charles I think your website is excellent. I have used it many times and am very grateful to you for making it available. Unfortunately I cannot really help you as I live in France and am not sure whether there is any demand for photos of French graves. There are not many very old ones as the graves are re-used after 30 years unless they have been paid for in perpetuity or the person is famous. But thank you once again Kind Regards Rosemary

YEOThank you!!!Your website has been a valuble resource for me tryinf to research English ancestors when I am in Australia. Thanks for all your hard work!

YEOno photoDear charles, I recieved your e mail acknowledging my request but there was no photo attached. The cemeterey where i live in Nyngan NSW Australia has been photographed and is available on Corby

YEATMANUseful additionThe image makes a useful and unusual addition to the tree. Will be using your site again.

YEARSLEYExcellent service, excellent photo of anExcellent service, excellent photo of an ancestor I knew little about.

YEARDLEYGravestoneGreat help, confirmed dates and rectified other info I had which was wrong. Thanks very much

YEARDLEYyour servicethe service you provide is great it helps so many people who aren't able to visit to get photos that are important to family history keep up the good work and many thanks hoping to add to this service myself when summer finally arrives. Shaz

YEADONThankyou for your quick response an exceThankyou for your quick response an excellent photograph

YATESheadstone picturesgreat pictures thank you so much .

YATESA Very a Valuable ResourceWhat a fantastic resource to have at your fingertips. We were able to view the image requested immediatly. Good quality photography meant that the inscription was clear. Many thanks for all the hard work that has gone in to the making of this website.

YATESExcellent photographic site!!What a wonderful resource for family history fans! Very quick to respond and great pictures! Perfect!

YATESYatesI requested an image of a gravestone, and it was promptly done (within 12 hours). I have only just found this site, but will definitely be using it again, and hopefully find graves for more of my relatives. Many thanks for your great service.

YARHAMThank youThank you for creating this record of my family and for sharing with me!

YALLOP-DANIELMany, Many ThanksI was excited to find the gravestone of Daniel Yallop and Edward Arthur Yallop who is my Great-Grandfather. As he was lost at sea I hadn't been able to find when he died. He married Ann Winchester and had 2 children-Elizabeth and James Annis. Thank you again for the photograph as I live in New South Wales, Australia I wouldn't be able to look for the grave. Thank you to all the volunteers and yourself for the great work you do. Dianne

WYNNJoseph and Sarah WynnLiving overseas is always hard when researching - what is great is when you stumble on a site like this and you find a hidden treasure you never thought you would find - many thanks to you for the hours spent helping others like myself

WYMERThank you for the grave picture I requesThank you for the grave picture I requested.

WYMERMany thanks Many thanks for your quick response to my requests for 2 gravestone images. I was surprised to get such a quick response from you! An excellent service thank you.

WYKESThankyouI have just found your website, and a gravestone of my GGG Grandparents. I want to say thankyou to all the volunteers taking photos around the world... what a wonderful resource!

WYBRONEmanuel Wybron grave stoneThank you for sending this photo too. It's been just as helpful as the previous one of the Wybron gravesite. I'm finding them both very useful in my ancestral research.

WYBRONVery helpful websiteThank you so much for this photo of the Wybron family grave in Devon. I live in Canada and have found your website is very useful in researching my family history from far away.


WYATTI have sent images of gravestones in theI have sent images of gravestones in the past for Christchurch, Virginia Water, Surrey and St Michael and St Mary Magdalene, Bracknell, Berkshire. If I visit any other cemeteries in the course of my research I will endeavour to photograph more than the ones I am interested in and send them to you.

WYARDThank youMany thanks or this great service . It has helped me to take my family tree back further and confirmed the relationships of my ancestors .

WUTTKEThank YouThank you for the timely response to my request. It is very much appreciated, much like the work of GPR. .... more

WRIGLEYTimothy Wrigley died 23 April 1841I believe our Timothy is buried amongst many T. Wrigleys in one of the 3 huge cemeteries attached to St. Chads, Uppermill, Yorkshire. I hope one day that your organisation will photograph this cemetery. In 2001 the local TIC sold me copies of transcriptions of 2 of the 3 cemeteries. The third had not yet been transcribed, but I hope this has been rectified by now.

WRIGHTSONWrightson Little Ouseburn GravesThank you very much for the photographs. Such prompt service and very much appreciated.

WRIGHTSONThankyouThankyou for the photo it was very usefull will be photographing selby for you as without pepole doing so i would not have found out the information i needed as quickly thank you. Emma

WRIGHTSONWrightson/Cosgrove familyBrilliant, quick service, this enhanced picture of the gravestone has helped with dates for my research, and helped place this family member. What a great site, will be using it more often. Thanks for a prompt service.

WRIGHTWRIGHT/YOUNGSWhat a great help this site is, so glad I found it. Received information the very next day, Thank you so much keep up the good work :)

WRIGHTSamuel WrightMany, many thanks for the photo. Brilliant resource. Samuel Wright died 21st November 1932, his father, also a Samuel was a founding member of Leak and Thorp of York. Samuel senior was also twice Sheriff of York and left a wonderful legacy to his children. I have a wealth of information on the family, but until now - no grave! Thank you again.

WRIGHTA valuable resource, Thank youThis Aussie thanks you very much for the access to information on the Poms in my family. What an awesome thing you have given us all.


WRIGHTDavid Wright and FamilyThank you very much for the picture. It was very useful and provided much information when tied into my tree and research databases. A fabulous resource. Many thanks for your hard work.

WRIGHTThanksAbsolutely amazed that there is information i.e. gravestone pictures on the web of my ancestors 5 generations back! Many thanks for your stirling work. I shall certainly try to add to the photographic collection.


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