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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback|
|YEO||Appreciation for photos||Thank 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.
James Yeo (near Sacramento, California U.S.A.)|
|THROWER||Thanks||I 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 |
|BOYD||thanks again||Thank you for sending the photograph of my family grave|
|STAPLETON||Stapleton||Thank 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|
|BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANN||Thank You||Thank you once again. Lots of useful information about 3 generations of the same family. |
|BRISTO||Headstone request||Thank 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.|
|BAKER||Thank you ever so kindly for furthering the research into the Baker Family||Finding the ancestor of Richard Edward St. Barbe Baker OBE founder Men of the Trees was very much appreciated
Had to type comment 2x as the image for John Durrant did not appear and there are 29 to choose from in listing, so when the links was pressed to get another image, all the comments went away arrrgghhh
But overall wonderful opportunity for someone in Canada to view a tombstone in England indeed|
|FARVIS||Eliza 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. |
|CHALMERS||gravestone photographs||thanks for the high quality copy of the gravestone photo of John B Chalmers, much appreciated|
|Robina Adam||When 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.|
|LOKE||William Loke||Thank you
Another photo for my family tree|
|GEORGE THOMAS TYE||An excellent resource.||Thank you for the quick response to my request. The photograph will really add value to my family history research.|
|MCMANUS||Photos||Thank you for making the image available |
|THORBURN||Thank you||Thank you for the potograph safely received.|
|LOKE||Loke Grave||Thank you so very much.
I can now attach it to the person in my family tree.|
Thank you for the photos - they have greatly helped by research into the Patton family.|
|FORD||Thank you!||Thank you so much for sending the photo so promptly - great to see it, both for the feeling of the place and also for the very legible inscription. What an excellent project - I certainly couldn't have gone in person to see this grave!
|NORTH||Great resource||Many thanks for organising this. Gravestones are a valuable source of death dates and relationships.|
|LEAKE||Thank you||Thank you for the images of Robert Levett Leake's monument.|
|WILD||Thank you!||Thank you so much for the images. It is fascinating yet sad to see the grave which holds relatives of my great, great, great grandfather.|
|FEWSTER||Gravestone find||John Fewster was my husband’s 3rd great grandfather. It is astounding that we have found his grave through your website. He started as a gardener and built up a large market garden. it was our local church for over 30 years, but never knew the connection. Thank you so very much. |
|PARRATT||I have recently started to research my f||I have recently started to research my family. I was amazed to find this site and even more excited to find a high quality photo of my 3rd great grandmother & Grandfather's grave.
I have lived in Buckinghamshire for the last 17 years, but still visit South Yorkshire on a regular basis. I will now be able to visit Tankersley & see this for myself.
|BRAUNTON||Thank 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.
|MANTON||Willay Manton St Cuthberts, Billingham Grave 44111||Thank-you for this, it is my Great Grandfather. I think it actually reads William Manton, his wife Fannny died aged 89 on 7.1.1935 in Sheffield, she is buried in Crookes cemetery there, Grave G, 5502.|
|TOD||My relatives are the Tod family and was||My relatives are the Tod family and was interested to see another Tod name on separate memorial|
|TIDDY||Thanks||Thank you for the photos of the headstone it is very much appreciated, thank you|
|HILL||HILL FROM OXFORDSHIRE||Thank you so much for putting me in touch with what I was looking for. It is very difficult accessing information from another country like Australia.|
|MARSHALL||image for Sarah Marshall||This 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|
|BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANN||Thank You||Very useful information gained from the gravestone. Thank you once again. |
|GILGAR||Grave image||Thanks so much for the image it confirms that Francis gilgar had links with the area
|TOD||Tod family||Many thanks. Details provided is a great help in my family research. Thomas Tod and his wife Helen were my great great grandparents.|
|MITCHELL||Thank you||Really 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.|
|MANSON||Thank you - JOHN MANSON||Thank you for your valuable help, much appreciated.|
|WRIGHT||beckwiths||thank you very much for your assistance.graham s wright.|
|MANTON||Thomas Manton, Linthorpe||Thank 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.|
|GOODBODY||Photo-John Goodbody||Thank 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.|
|VENTRESS||Wrong image||I received an image from you the other, it must be an absolute nightmare to keep track of everything. But just for your information the photo does much the name requested. I did ask for George Ventress and his wife but I received Edwin Robinson and his wife.
It's no problem but I thought I should tell you.
|QUINLAN||Tracing Quinlan family, Riddells Creek, Victoria, Aust||I am tracing the family of Timothy Quinlan and his wife Mary Dawson. Thanks to gravestonephotos.com for the great photo of their headstone. I am happy to share what info I have with other people interested in this tree.|
|LAMB||Relationships to Anthony Lamb||In your record of the gravestone headed Anthony Lamb it states that the relationships of Elizabeth, Jane, Louisa and Isabella Lamb are not recorded. They were all sisters to Anthony and all 5 children died within about a 3 week period spanning late December 1855 to January 1856.|
|ADAMS||Shute Adams||A great service, Many thanks for the prompt email with the photo attached. Helps to clarify my records. |
|LAWSON||Brother's Alexander & John Lawson's commemorative gravestone at Kirriemuir & stain glass window comm||Thank you very much for the photo of the brother's Alexander & John Lawson's commemorative gravestone of the family at Kirriemuir, as well as the 2 photos of the stain glass window commemorating Alexander Lawson & his wife Susan Cownie. They have allowed us to go back 2 more generations. We live in Canada so really appreciate the service.|
|JAMIESON||Unexpected but invaluable help - JAMIESON/ANDERSON||Didn'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|
|LAWSON||Location of stain glass window in photos.||Can you tell me where the stain glass window you supplied me photos of is located? Is there a church or building in the Old Barony Private cemetery? It is dedicated to Alexander Lawson & wife Susan Cownie.
|LATHAM||Wonderful Website||Wow. 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.
|HOPE||Many thanks||I am very happy with the quick response and the image you sent. Again, many thanks.|
|HINDS||Great service||I was so pleased to receive the image of my grandmother's grave. As instructed, I kept an eye on my junk folder, which is where it was placed. I was very surprised to receive the image so quickly considering I requested this during the Christmas and New Year period. A fantastic resource for people living a long distance from their relatives ' graves. I'm now intending to contribute pictures from my local churchyard by way of thanks.|
|SELLERS||Gravestone picture||I requested a better quality image of a gravestone and received access to a very clear picture very quickly. Very pleased. The email I received gave details of how to contribute so I've made a diary note to look into providing photos of memorials from my village - hope to help someone in the same way I've been helped|
|PILCH||Elsie Annie Pilch||A 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.
|WALLACE||Place of gravestone||I intend to travel to Alnwick later this year. It would be helpful to know where to look for the gravestone. In my search of family, it's quite novel to find a real stone, usually my family didn't leave stone monuments!
Hilary Chapman .... more|