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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback|
|MANY||Positive feedback||Good morning from Western Australia. Just a note to say thank you for a great website. It is obvious that a lot of effort went into setting it up and maintaining it. I am military pensioner and my hobby is assisting folk (for free) with their family history/trees. Your website assists us researchers to add just a bit more interesting data. Thank you for the time and effort that you put into this project. Kindest regards Chas Monk|
|ASHFORD / BARRETT / CONQUEST / HOLLI||family research||Hi just a thank you for the three gravestone images for Ruth / Philip Livingstone and Thomas Livingstone Ashford and confirmation I have received them|
|ROUTLEDGE||Invaluable Resource||Thank you for all the wonderful information you share.|
|JUDD||Appreciation for photographs||Thank you for supplying the photographs of my uncle Francis Harold Judd as requested. This is an excellent service and a great resource.|
|BRODDLE||Gravestone Henry Broddle||I found this site whilst working on my ancestry tree.I was born and brought up in the area. I think the site is brilliant and enabled me to find what I was looking for with great ease. Thank you. .|
|GIBBONS||GIBBONS RESEARCH||Thanks you for the gravestone for William An Ellen Gibbons. This site is so useful, I will look further now for others.|
|HOWE||Wonderful volunteers||Thanks for this site - I live in Australia so this makes it possible for me to see the graves.|
|PHIPPS||Florence Louisa Phipps nee Bates||Thank you so much for your time and effort, really appreciate being able to view one of my family members headstone within minutes of applying.
|BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANN||Thank You||Thank you once again. Lots of useful information about 3 generations of the same family. |
|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|
|CHALMERS||gravestone photographs||thanks for the high quality copy of the gravestone photo of John B Chalmers, much appreciated|
|TYE||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 |
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.|
|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. |
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.
|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.|
|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.|
|HOPE||Many thanks||I am very happy with the quick response and the image you sent. Again, many 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|
|HORNER||Henry Thomas and Eliza Ann Hill grave picture||Many thanks for this picture and for all the work you put in. I have added some details of their lives for anyone interested. I'm delighted to have the picture. Bob|
|ASIMUS||Veronica Asimus & John Whyte memorial||Veronica Martha Asimus maiden name is Whyte 1899-1965. John Whyte would be her brother. Veronica's husband is George Frederick Asimus 1899-1959.|
|CRISWELL||Henry Criswell gravestone||It was fantastic to get such a good quality and detailed image of my son's great-great-grandfather's gravestone - that of Henry Criswell who died in East Grinstead, 22nd October, 1895.
It is wonderful to have a service like this so that people from the other side of the world (like us) can discover our history so easily.
Thank you Charles and co.|
|SHEPHERD||Many thanks||Hello Charles,
Thank you for providing this service to people overseas (I am in Canada). I am researching for a friend, who is actually in England, so I hope to provide her with the information on where to go to view the headstone of her ancestor.
It is a fascinating journey and I am just learning the lay of the land in England.
Again, many thanks for your work.
|LING||Memorial to Guardsman Glen Ling||Tank you very much for your quick and helpful response. This will help us greatly in having accurate details of Guardsman Ling and ensure that we will remember.|
|COUTTS-SMITH||Rhoda Ling (nee Coutts Smith)||Thank you for a very prompt reply and an excellent photo |
|HARPER||feedback||Thank you so much for giving me access to the memorial inscription on the grave of Annie Isobella Harper. I do appreciate the work that you and all your volunteers are doing and wish I could help you all.|
|GLOVER||feedback||Thank you so much for giving me access to the memorial inscription on the grave of Martha Gloaver. I do appreciate the work that you and all your volunteers are doing and wish I could help you all.|
|BECK||Ellen Beck nee Moss, died 4th November 1942 at Steventon in Berkshire||Thank you Charles for your prompt and personal response to my request. The service you provide is second to none, and is much appreciated.|
|MCADAMS||Thank you||I am researching my ancestor Ann McAdam(s), my namesake and part of my family I know nothing about.
She married a William Lakey.|
|TRAVIS||Headstone photographs||Thanks for your excellentphtographs. They have assisted me greatly with my family history research.|
|BELLCHAMBERS||Thank you||Super site and service. Thank you Charles for all your hard work and organisation, and of course others for their contributions.|
|NURSE||epiitaphs||thank you for putting this on line it is exciting when you are find ancestors that you did not know
|WORSFOLD||Robert Farley buried St. Andrews Steyning Sussex||What a fantastic resource and completely free. I wish I had found your site years ago. You are to be commended not only for making the data freely available but for the ease and speed with which results are made available. My first search was an interest in the mention of Henry Worsfold my 1st cousin three times removed. Thanks to your thorough indexing this found Robert Farley's Grave stone (and that of his wife) which made reference to Henry being her second husband.|
|Photograph of Francis Isaac monument (grave 318655)||Thank you for supply such an excellent picture|
|CRASK||Thanks so much for the very quick respon||Thanks so much for the very quick response to a request for gravestone photographs. This has confirmed this person linked to my ancestry.
You are to be commended for the great work you do as a volunteer in providing these photos to us all.|
|BRAMPTON||William Brampton||Big thanks to Charles Sale for a good photograph of a headstone for the above name.|
|HAMMERSTONE||gravestone photos||many thanks for the 2 images. Your help is really appreciated|
|KENT||Amazing Find||Thank you, I was really surprised to find my ancestor had a tombstone and I can now go and look at it.|