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List of Comments

surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
Thank You - Alice SewartMany thanks for the photo of the Alice Sewart grave. Ithelped to clear up confusion; wife #1 and #2 were both named Alice!

MARGARYGreat help as alwaysWonderful resource that has many times come up with information that I needed. Thanks for all the hard work.

BULLARDAshwell Bullard familyThank you so much for access to the high res pictures of my sister-in-law's family gravestones. Remembering the family!

O'XCONNORPhotoThank you for the photo of the grave of my great grandfather. Hopefully, I will find it next time I visit Swan Hill

HORNSEYExcellent extra research facility for Family HistoriansResearching Thomas William Hornsey. The information provided by thi website is invaluable to family historians looking for that extra piece of information. A great help in identifying where and when family have been laid to rest. Thank you.

BOTWRIGHTHORNER / BOTWRIGHTThank you for helping to bring my past to life !

POTTERThanksThank you for the quick response in sending the gravestone photos of Ada and Emma Potter. This website is a wonderful resource for family historians, and thanks to all the volunteers too who give their time to record these monuments. The quality of the photographs is very good.

YEOAppreciation for photosThank you so much for the photos of the cemetery and stone of my Great great grandparents James and Betsy Yeo (nee Laramy of Marwood) I would like to know who Betsy's parents were and where they are buried. Any further assistance would be greatly appreciated. James Father was James Yeo 1799-1867 and his mother was Elizabeth (Smith) 1800-1878 any information on Elizabeth's family would also be appreciated. Thanks again. James Yeo (near Sacramento, California U.S.A.)

THROWERThanksI am finding your website a comprehensive help and the photos are better quality than some we have taken in the past,looking forward to upgrading the family tree records, regards, David

HIGGINS Grandparents Thank you for your very interesting website

BOYDthanks againThank you for sending the photograph of my family grave

STAPLETONStapletonThank You so much for this Extremely useful site. I was at last able to know (sadly) the whereabouts of some old friends. As I now live in France, it has saved me much time trying to find details from local newspapers. Once again, Thank You ☺ Fred

BRISTOHeadstone requestThank you for providing me with an image of Miriam (nee Bugg) & Henry Bristo's headstone - I'm researching a family tree for a direct descendant and he'll be very grateful to have more information.

FARVISEliza Septima Packer (nee Farvis)Many thanks for forwarding me the information and photographs regarding the above. The details contained on the gravestones have given invaluable new information to my family who are researching the Packer side of the family and we now know that Eliza is our great grandmother and that her memorial also mentions our grandfather F W G Packer and great uncle and this will prove invaluable to my nephew who is researching our side of the family. I think you site is wonderful and also the help it gives to other people who would like to know more about their ancestry.

ADAMRobina AdamWhen researching Robina Adam there was a comment left for Robina's daughter in law Dora Loader.I sent an e-mail to the person who left the comment and had a reply straight away.My 3 brother's in law have 4 1st cousins living in Australia they knew nothing about.They also discovered their mother Dora Loader had a sister they didn't know anything about.Thank you so much for this website we would never have known about this extended family.

LOKEWilliam LokeThank you Another photo for my family tree

THORBURNThank you Thank you for the potograph safely received.

LOKELoke GraveThank you so very much. I can now attach it to the person in my family tree.

BRAUNTONThank you!!Thank you so much for sending me the picture of the headstone of my great great grandparents. It was very helpful in filling in the gaps in my family tree.

TODMy relatives are the Tod family and was My relatives are the Tod family and was interested to see another Tod name on separate memorial

MARSHALLimage for Sarah MarshallThis is a great resource and I will use it in the future. Thank you for your prompt reply to my request. I maybe able to contribute to this site as I have a large number of Australian Country Headstone photographs. Many thanks Camella

MITCHELLThank youReally quick response to my request. I will now spend several hours checking out other family members details that may well be held on this site. Very useful resource. Thank you.

MANTONThomas Manton, LinthorpeThank you for the grave picture. I am not 100% sure this is a relation, though it looks promising, & it will help me to find out more.

GOODBODYPhoto-John GoodbodyThank you so much for the photo for John Goodbody. I was hoping to match it to my G-G-G Grandfather; however, it looks like I will be still looking. You provide a wonderful service....thank you.

ADAMSShute AdamsA great service, Many thanks for the prompt email with the photo attached. Helps to clarify my records.

JAMIESONUnexpected but invaluable help - JAMIESON/ANDERSONDidn't even know this facility was available where you don't even have to leave the comfort of your couch to visit a gravesite as someone has already done it for you! Got a photo of a relatives stone and it had the name of a daughter I hadn't previously know about and all in double quick time as well. Most impressed

LATHAMWonderful WebsiteWow. What a wonderful thing you have done. I love your website. Thank you so much for all the work you put into this. I never would have thought I could log in to website I stumbled upon and come away with a clean photograph of Dr. Arthur Carlyle Latham's gravestone. Best Regards, Bill Latham

PILCHElsie Annie PilchA great source for research. But I when I hadn’t received the expected email with the image, I looked and found it in my junk mail.

STRAUGHANthank youvery much for your quick response and email to enable me to view my ancestors grave monument regards D

NEVERSONThanks again for the help. It is always Thanks again for the help. It is always valuable to find the grave marker as they contain wonderful information!

MITCHELL Edward Mitchell Gravestone and information on McLarensThank you so much for supplying the gravestone image for Edward Mitchell. We do appreciate the promptness of your reply and gratitude for the hard work you have so obviously put in to this site. We have more information on Edward Mitchell if anyone is interested. We also have a huge archive of McLarens - info. copied from many parish records in Perthshire (recorded before 1855) if anyone is interested in that surname.

BIRDVery HelpfulThis is a very helpful site. It is often difficult to track down where someone is buried, or if you have the correct death from the indexes. This site has helped me several times to identify the correct death and provide a date and place of burial.

DAVEYA Harrogate photographerA superb photo and very helpful to my Harrogate research

SNELLThe extended Snell family of SwimbridgeThank you for making the images available

ISAACPhotograph 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.

HOWARDGood quality imageProbable 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.

MEADOWSThank you to all concerned for the very Thank you to all concerned for the very clear image

SCARBURGHenry Scarburg gravestone photoThank 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.

ASIMUSFrederick J Asimus 1873-1924 husband of Esther Eliza nee PearceThanks 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.

ASIMUSEsther Eliza Asimus nee Pearce 1876-1917Thank 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.

ASIMUSGeorge Asimus 1882-1942 & Ethel May nee Wallace 1899-1991Thanks 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.

ASIMUSArnold Albert AsimusTo 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.

PAGEGrateful thanksI'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.

DORLINGThanks 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.

STAMPVery helpfulThank 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).

BRACEYWilliam and Elizabeth BraceyThank you for sending the photo of the headstone, it adds so much to my research.

LITHGOThank YouThis is the second time I have made use of your excellent resource. Thank you for providing such an amazing search tool. Kind regards, John Reilly

WHITCHURCHMy GrandparentsMy 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.

MATSONJohn MatsonTHANK 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.


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