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HAIGHGravestone imageThanks so much for the help. I live in Scotland and being able to view all the names and dates on my ancestors gravestone in Yorkshire was so helpful.

MCGRATHThank youThank you for allowing me to obtain a nice photograph of one of my distant cousins/ancestors. Today is ANZAC day and I have been updating my Genealogical Database regarding ones I had not searched for regarding their military service to our countries, regardless of where they served in Australia, NZ or the UK they died to help us today. Was nice to get the photo and was really great to also get the HTML code to use for a link to the site as well. Thanks. Was looking at the details regarding Frank McGrath, who died 17 Nov 1917, Was in the Scots Guards No 9352.

TWEEDThomas Reginald TweedThank you for the photo of Thomas Reginald Tweed's headstone, greatly appreciated.

GLEDHILLThank You!Thank you for providing the photos of my great grandparents, I really appreciate the work you are doing.

CHAMBERSThanksI am very grateful for the quick and efficient service provided by Mr Sale. It is thanks to the many volunteers and community-spirited people like him up and down the country that we are able to have richer and more meaningful lives. Your work is much appreciated.

BONHAM-CARTERBonham-Carter grave Westerham Kent ChurchyardThis is so helpful. I haven't visited this village for a number of years and to be able find this Memorial and see a photo of it was incredible. I am very grateful for the trouble you go to and the time spent to enable us to enjoy this facility.

ROUSEEbenezer RouseThank you for fowarding the requsted image recently. You provide a wonderful service & it is very much appreciated

KINGThank you for the help and images receivThank you for the help and images received - great website

WHITAKERGrave stone resourceJust to say its a great resource and if I can I will try to add photos

BOYER / DAVIES / FAWCETT / CROSBYThanksThank you so much for you very speedy response, cant believe I have found family graves thanks to your website. Well done M Moore

Thanks for your help, it is very much apThanks for your help, it is very much appreciated!!

MILLINGTONMILLINGTONs from East BridgfordThank you for all the photographs from East Bridgford church yard. I am trying to put together the numerous MILLINGTON families and these fill in some of the gaps - although I still have more to look at :-) If anyone else is researching these families - please contact me.

BARLTROP Thank youThank you very much Charles, for sending me the image I requested. You are doing a great job and it's much appreciated. I will certainly consider becoming a volunteer once I have a bit more time on my hands. All the best, Liz

BREESEGeorge Smith Breese - Headstone.This site is a very valuable resource especially for those who can not travel to the other side of the world to visit their ancestors graves. Thank you Charles for your time and speedy response to my request. A grateful Aussie.

LINFOOTLinfoot graveThanks so much for the grave photo of my 5th time great grandfather. I live in Canada so my research is limited mainly to online. I am thinking of volunteering to do something like that here. Some cemeteries seem to offer it already on thier websites which is good.

BROWNEVery prompt response to request for imagVery prompt response to request for image greatly appreciated. Thanks.

WILSON, MITCHELL, ANDERSONMany thanks!Thank you so much for access to this image, very much appreciated!

WIGBYHelpful and interesting Hi thanks for sending me the image of Benjamin Wigby name on the memorial at Cottingham. I hope to visit it in the coming months.

CUMINGthanks Charles great resource !!!Catherine's maiden name was Williams she is wife of John Cuming 1763-1803 and mother of Elias Williams Cuming 1799-1882 baptized Jan. 16th 1799 at St Andrews Aveton Gifford Devon

CUMINGJohn Cuming Excellent resource, thank you Charles, as it is difficult to sort out all of the John Cumings in Devon. This John (1731-1842)I think is father of John (1763-1803) father of Elias Williams Cuming (1799-1882) who came to Canada with son John. If folks know more about these John's and their wives it would be great to here. The Descendants ended up settling in Saskatchewan Western Canada thanks again Charles

BUCKLEA great resourceI found the GPR website quite accidentally, but what a great find. Very easy to use, and very prompt responses, good quality images.

HARBOUR Many Thank's Thank you Charles for providing a wonderful service that I have used twice. Greatly appreciated!

BATEMANBateman GravestoneThank you for the photo of the gravestone for Derek Owen Bateman. Very good service. David

SLACKThanksSuch a great site. My first choice when looking for photos of my ancestors' final resting place.

CHAFFThank youOnce again thank you very much for helping fill in the holes of our tree. Priceless facility.

ROSSBig thank you, for a great research toolJust found your website today while searching for information on William Ross, the Scottish poet. I very much appreciate how much work has been done to bring this information and images to the public. Thank you for all your efforts.

Thank youThank you so much for helping me source a gravestone photograph. I did not know a resource like this existed. I very much appreciate the hard work of the volunteers who made this possible.

STEVENSThanksThanks very much for the work you do to provide those of us who need help with the search for our ancestors. I have used this site before and found it invaluable.

WILSONDavid Wilson 1829-1892Thank you for the photograph of the Grave Stone of David Wilson and family. It was a great help for my Family Tree. I was looking for information about a child and the Grave Stone gave me the answer. Thank you to everyone who takes the photographs.

CHAPMANPhoto ReceivedThank you very much for sending me the link to the photo I requested. I can now clearly see the dates of death.

MILLWOODThank youThank you for making headstone photographs available. I have used your service several times with excellent results.

OAKLEYFantastic Resource!Many thanks for the efforts you and the volunteers put into making this site what it is! I have found several of my ancestros that have given me dates or names that I didn't have before. Keep up the good work!

PORTERThanksMany thanks for sending the large-format photo of the memorial to Alwyne Porter at Helmsley Church. It is very helpful and much appreciated.

MCDONALDExtra details need to be verified, thank you.Thank you, I am trying to tie the dates I have together with these two people. They sound right but I need to tie them down. I would love to hear from anyone else who has 'claimed' that these people are in their tree, be it the same as mine or not. I will be in touch again when I have completed my investigations. Thank you again.

LENEYThank youThank you for such and interesting resource

DOULLI am so thrilled to receive the photo ofI am so thrilled to receive the photo of the grave of my great grandparents. My mother was a Doull before her marriage. I have a photo of her immediate family grave in Wick. I did not know the name of the son on the grave. He would be the brother of my grandfather. Thankyou again Jean Spratt

CROUCHER / DIXONMany ThanksMany Thanks

PRINCEThankyouI was pleased to receive the higher resolution image requested and it is of excellent quality. I have found your website only recently and will continue to explore its very useful contents.

DOWNThank you for enabling us to view the heThank you for enabling us to view the headstones of our ancestors.

UMPLEBY, RENTON, JEFFREY,Thank you so much for this website. In tThank you so much for this website. In the space of an afternoon I found several people linked to my family tree, as well as a correction of a surname. Your work & that of the photographers is much appreciated.

ADAM SCOTTExcellent websiteThis is an excellent website. Thank you so much for the quick response and for allowing me to see a grave that I shall never be able to visit.

RUSSELLEliza russellAppreciate you getting back to me.

FUZZEY Thank you Your work is such a big help to me as I live in Australia. I am researching Elizabeth Fuzzey married to James Ellis superintendent surgeon in the Royal Navy.

HOPKINSPrivate John Alfred HopkinsMany thanks for providing the photos of Nuneaton War Memorial on which Private John Alfred Hopkins is commemorated Private John Alfred Hopkins, 152649. 50th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), formerly 42370 the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of John Charles and Annie Selina Hopkins, of 35, Duke St., Nuneaton. Killed 17 October 1918. Aged 22. Born Bakewell (Derbyshire), Enlisted Coventry, Resided Nuneaton. Buried QUIETISTE MILITARY CEMETERY, LE CATEAU.

SMYGreat siteThank you for the image of James and Eliza Smy gravestone. What a great service you are delivering. Without it we could not hope to discover such information.

Great serviceMany thanks for providing this service in the first place and for such a quick response. It's great to be able to see these images for family research. Looking forward to helping out in the future.

BRAMWELLThank youThank you for allowing me to see grave of ancestor. I currently live away from the UK and miss the days of trekking around gravestones. Wonderful site.

SOUTHGATE Herbert William Leonard Southgate Thank you for the link to the picture of his memorial in his local church. Herbert William Leonard Southgate was a Kew Gardens trained gardener, an orchid specialist who was born in East Dereham, Norfolk and enlisted in his county regiment in WW1. As his plaque shows, he was killed in action at the Batlle of Gaza. Prior to Kew, He worked at Rainham Hall and Westonbirt Gardens, Glos. He is remembered on the Kew Gardens staff war memorial. Research from the Kew WW1 section of the World War Zoo Gardens / Gardener 1939 blog on Wordpress. many thanks for the image. Mark Norris, World War Zoo Gardens project research blog.

RAEBURNThank you so much for your quick responsThank you so much for your quick response. My images were send in less then 24 hours of my request. It was exciting to view them. I only wish I had been further along in my quest for relatives when we were in Edinburgh 17 years ago so I could have visited the site in person. Could I ask, please, would this have been a monument of a commoner????

EXLEYThanksThanks for the very quick response, most appreciated. The photo was very clear and easy to read. This website is a valuable resource. Thanks again and keep up the good work. Sending greetings from Nova Scotia Canada.


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