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List of Comments/Feedback/Help Requests

surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
NIXON GALLAGHER FINLAYThanks Thanks for all the work and research you so generously provide to others.

HULMEHulme Family HistoryMany Thanks for the photos of the two gravestones recently received. I am much obliged. John Hulme

MUIRThanksThank you so much for the very rapid reply and the wonderful image sent. I am most grateful.

HARRISONCrathorne gravestoneThank you for your prompt reply. Unfortunately the headstone does not refer to Susan Harrison's maiden name, grateful for your help.

YOUNGMany thanksThank you for making the photo of this gravestone for Esther Osborne available.

ANSONElva Sinclair AllinsonElva Sinclair Allinson Nee Anson was my 2nd cousin 1 x removed. a very quick response from helped in my research

BLOWERGrateful ThanksThank you for sending a link to the gravestone I was looking for; it has helped solve yet another family mystery!

NELSONThanksAn excellent facility that has been useful in genealogy research - many thanks

BOOTHThank youJust wanted to say thank you for the help given in finding my Grandmother's grave. It is very much appreciated.

ALDREDDaniel and Alice AldredExcellent resource. I live over 200 miles away so was good to see my grandparents grave. Thanks

HEYWARDThank youCharles, the service you provide with this online resource is an essential one. I will be recommending this to all engaging in ancestral searches online. Thanks for you prompt response for my specific image requests. Please keep up this wonderful work.

MASONThanksDear Charles, Many thanks for your prompt and efficient response. Yours is a great initiative and I will certainly search your website in the hope of finding more relevant photos. Strange but seeing the headstone of one's ancestors (john Mason & Mary Ann Hildon) brings them alive, certainly if there is no family photo of them available. Once again thank you so much. Linda

CHAFFERThanksYour efficient service in providing an enlarged image of Geoffrey Albert Chaffer's grave was appreciated.

PEBERDYGrave photoMany thanks for the gravestone photo of Patricia Edith Peberdy. A wonderful service and very prompt. I am in the local family history society in Mackay in Australia. We have photographed a lot of local cemeteries for use of our members locally. I am not sure if I would be allowed to contribute these to your site.

BLICK AND ROBINSONThank youThank you for providing images for both of the above. It's great to see them as there is little chance that I would be able to have viewed themin person. Thanks again.

LUSBY SQUIREEliza J Lusby Maria E.SquireI can't thank you enough for such a prompt response to my request! Not only did I get the photo I required- through sending a message via your website to another person who requested the same image, I am already in contact with a distant relative in Australia! I will be looking up further graves in the future and am happy to make a donation. Thank you again!

ThanksThis site is a treasure trove. Thanks for making all these images available.

FRASERAnother result!Great site, great effort by those involved. Thanks

JENNERSearchingJust looking for Graves in Holy Trinity with the name Jenner as many family members are in there.Thankyou

SNELLThank YouMany thanks to you and all contributors who allow us to use all these photographs .

SECRETTWonderful photographMany thanks for supplying the photo of the family grave. A very clear photograph with all of the details for the 3 people buried there - somewhere I doubt I'd ever get the chance to visit personally. SECRETT, Sidney George (1903), Samuel Robert (1921) & Mary Ann (1933), Old Cemetery, Section O, Ipswich

SCOTTThanks for the Photographic ResourceMany, many thanks, Charles, once again for coming up trumps on the Alberton graveyard in Gippsland, Victoria. PT

GARDNERMANY THANKSMany thanks indeed for such a wonderful and speedy service. I'm sure I speak for others when I say we are so very grateful for the time and effort put-into this project - much-obliged. Researching James Gardner, of Milton-next-Gravesend, Kent.

CLARKClark's of Lenham, KentAmazing resource. Thank you.

JACK MARGARSONMy husband was thrilled to at last see hMy husband was thrilled to at last see his Father's gravestone. What a wonderful resource this is, thank you for all your hard work in producing it. We have the grave number, row etc., but seeing the gravestone will make the task of looking for it a whole lot easier in a very large cemetery! Once again, , many thanks.

In appreciation Thank you for making this information available online and also to those who are taking photos of headstones at cemeteries across the world. It is invaluable for people researching family especially from a distance.

SHEARWOODFantastic resource for genealogistsCongratulations on your fantastic website, it is a treasure trove for genealogists as memorials can give so much information. I am researching family name Shearwood, in Lincolnshire, UK. The earliest definite ancestor I have found is Joseph Hiram Shearwood, born 1766/1767 whose memorial confirmed that he was a surgeon. I may have found his father, William Shearwood, born c 1716 in Limber Magna (Great Limber), Lincolnshire, but this needs confirmation. Once again, many thanks for your dedication to this resource.

GIBBONGravestone imageThank you! The information on image extremely useful

MORTONAppreciationMany thanks for this great resource. Much appreciated.

WRIGHTFamily TreeThank you very much for providing this information

ASHTONThank you!Thank you!

LETTThanksAppreciate the enlarged photos as they enable to read the details more easily.

HUNTERThank you for your hard work. Living in Thank you for your hard work. Living in Canada sites like this one are very helpful.

LITTLEFIELDExcellent ServiceMany thanks for the excellent service. I now know where another seven of my ancestors are buried. Will see what I can do in return. Kind Regards. John

WELLS. + WHEATLEYJames Underwood Wells Thank You So Much. For Images Of My 2nd Great Uncle. I Really Appreciate Your Help With My Family Research. Thank You Beryl;

Many thanks for this brilliant service. Many thanks for this brilliant service. I have made a donation towards it.

GRIFFITHS Graves Many thanks for the work you all do, it is very much appreciated.

BOLITHOBolithoThank you for the Image of Thomas Bolitho's Headstone

TURNERResearching the family name of TurnerThank you ever so much for the valuable service you provide via this website. You have found the individual that I am looking for and I will certainly use your services again in the future. Keep up the good work!!

Thank you for providing this informationThank you for providing this information and all the work you do

NELSONNelson Family TreeAn excellent resource that provides very quick information and HD visuals.

SIBBALDGreat service. Thank you.Great service. Thank you.

PhotosGreat service and very much appreciated by family researchers. Thank you for such a quick response as it it very helpful.

BOTTRILLBottrillThankyou so much for the photograph of the grave of Kate Ann Reeve Bottrill. Kate was my grandmother's sister and I had no idea she had a gravestone. You provide a wonderful service for those of us who live too far away to visit. Thank you so much Charles and also my grateful thanks to the photographer.

CUTTLEThank you for speedy replyThank you for a speedy reply to my request. Its a great service when graveyards are miles from where you live. Thanks once again.

BRIDGESGreat serviceHi, Charles. Thank you for your web page. It is so great that headstones are being rrecorded by photograph. It means a lot to me as I live in Australia and can't visit. I have been researching the Francis Bridges family around Ixworth in Suffolk for many years. However, it is sad that the headstones are now becoming pretty much unreadable.

ROBINSONgrave locationthank you for the photo of R.C.Robinson headstone . when I first saw it there was a building in the background and I was wondering if it is possible to see this photo again thank you

GAYTHORPEThank youIt was a delight to find this site. Thank you to everyone for all the hard work that has been put into it. I look forward to exploring more!

PIERCEThomas & Catherine PierceThank you for the prompt response, yet again a good clear picture with lots of information to help with my family tree.

MAY / ROBINSON / HUBBE / MULLERAppreciationThanks for the photo. Much appreciate the time it takes to do this sort of work, and it is a valuable resource for genealogists.


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