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MINGAYA thank youThanks very much for sending these images to me so quickly. The website and service you provide is really useful for those of us who are unable to personally visit these graveyards. Keep up the good work!

DODDSOnce again, thank you for the excellent Once again, thank you for the excellent image.

BAKERThank youThank you for sending me the requested image, I'm just starting out in researching some family history and have found this very useful at such an early stage. Hopefully this will be the starting point I need to carry on looking in to things. Much appreciated and such a quick response after requesting the image.

GARDNEREdwin Charles Gardner from Carhampton,SomersetA very helpful website.Thanks

ALDRIDGESarah Aldridge buried at St. Swithun's 20 May 1804I would like to find the grave of my x3 Great Grandfather James Aldrich first wife Sarah née Weller. The Bishop's transcripts are for Sarah Aldridge wife of James buried at St. Swithun's East Grinstead on the 20 May 1804.

GODWARDThank youThank you so much for sending the 2 images requested. This is a brilliant website which is extremely useful for anyone interested in Family History - thanks to you and all your volunteers!

WYMERFamily researchIam doing a one name study on Wymerand would like some help with the Rev Edward Wymer and His wife Elizabeth Whaites

MCINNESGGGgrandparents graveThank you for a fantastic service. It is so helpful to have such a resource and much appreciated when doing distance research.

BRADFORDTerrific resourceReally pleased to have come across this sight. It is a brilliant place to help family research. Fantastic, when you realise it is being run by one person on an entirely voluntary basis. Thank you so much

MOCKFantastic serviceThank you so much for provided this service, i received my request within 24 hours such a quick response, thank you again for all the your hard work and dedication.

STEADGeorge SteadThank you so much for this website. It´s a great help for research purposes when not living in the same country. Keep up the good work and I will volunteer to help when I have finished the current round of research.

HEATHJAMES HENRY HEATHMany thanks for your quick response, my husband is very happy to have a bit of family history. Both our families are quite widespread, but if I find anything interesting I will forward to your good self. The Redcliffe Cemetery is very interesting, as on both sides of our family attended Redcliffe School, including myself

DAVEY / HOBBSThank you for picture of a graveI would like to thank Charles for the photo of my relative. He has also given me extra information on this site (where to look further). I appreciate this service immensely.

JARRARDThanks YouHi, Thanks for the gravestone image that you allowed me to view online. When I am in the UK next I will update this photo with the latest one as the grave also has my dearest sister (Gillian Topliss) in there. Best regards and keep up the good work. Owen

HOLLINGER, BAYLESSImage not received from about two weks agoImage might be under his wife Mabel Taylor image 334 or 202.

ThanksI keep finding more relatives on your site! It's a great help. Thank you.

SHANAHANThank you. Great resource.Thank you very much for providing the photo of my Aunt and Uncle's gravestone. This is such a fantastic resource when doing family history. Thank you for your time and efforts in maintaining this website.

Henry Martaine c.1576-1632, Gloucestershire - possibly most distant ancestor - before family moved iI've found this website to be a very useful resource and it has provided some excellent MI photographs of some quite obscure and distant relatives. Many thanks.

FINDLATERFabulous websiteThanks to this website I've found my grandmother's gravestone. Thank you :)

Excellent serviceI have found 7 graves now that are on this site. The thumbnails are perfectly good to use on my Ancestry tree as illustrations of the monument, whilst the detailed photographs, which I do not share with others, permit me to read the full inscription. I have found that my requests for detailed photographs are dealt with within 24 hours. I am very grateful for this most useful service.

ThanksThank you very much for your project, and for the images that I have received. I appreciate your desire to know that images have been received, but I would like to point out that I could not find a way to the comments/feedback section without requesting another image. I abandoned my first attempt to acknowledge receipt of my previously requested image and convey my thanks, so I would like to suggest that making the process simpler or more obvious would improve your response rate.

WATSHAMHeadstoneThank you very much for sending me the link to the image of headstone that I requested. Brilliant service.

BETTRIDGEDeath of Charles BettridgeThe date of death of Charles (also recorded as Lewis Charles) was on the 10th July 1929. He was born 25th March 1887 in Farley, Wiltshire. So he died at the age of 42 and not as stated on this record. Thank you.

DARBYSHIREThankyou Charles for your prompt responsThankyou Charles for your prompt response to my request. I am undertaking a bit of family history research for a friend. She will be rapt with this image! Thanks again.

FREELANDThank you so much for your work. I've nThank you so much for your work. I've now found out that William Freeland worked at Head Wrightson & Co and will try to follow this clue to find out more information.

CARRThank you Thank you for such a quick response and your hard work. The gravestone project must be so interesting and rewarding. It has helped me to find some ancestors from Norfolk.

JOHN & ELIZABETH WATSONThankyou - For all your work and effort Wow, amazing instant response. I've been researching Jonathan Watson of Garrigill England that sent me to John Watson of Reedly Hollow England - where I found mention of wife Elizabeth (my 5 x Grandparents) Then nothing so far, finding this site has givin me the kick to get back in and confirm that this is indead their grave. But even if it isn't again thankyou for the time and effort you've put into making this site

JAMESON / BONDBond Headstone pictureThank you for the picture of the Bond headstone. It helps add another piece of the puzzle to the family history. I appreciate it very much. Cheers

SIMPSONGeorge & Rebecca SImpsonThank you for making this resource available! You responded promptly and provided a significant clue in my family history research.

MORELYElizabeth HARGRAVES [1833-1900]From the gravestone it would be assumed that Elizabeth HARGRAVES nee HOLT was William HARGRAVES second wife. In fact she was his third. The second,not on this gravestone as she was buried in Garforth, Yorkshire, was Adelaide HARGRAVES nee MORELY [1831-1862] by whom he had two children - Margaret Morely [1859-1920] and William Arthur [1861-1941] HARGRAVES. Thank you or the information on and photo of Elizabeth's gravestone.

WHITEWhite familyThank you so much for sending me photos of the graves of long departed relatives. I am amazed they are in such good condition.

HARRISONGreat Servicemany thanks for a speedy service - it has been helpful in my ancestry searches.

EASTExcellent photosI have been very impressed by the speed of service, the quality of the photos provided. I have used this service together with other sites which give burial details and have found it to be excellent in every way. Many thanks

GROOMThanksWas searching for the headstone of my great-great-grandmother Carolyne Blick. Thanks you for providing this resource! :)

VYSEGravestone PhotoThanks for the quick response to my request for the gravestone photo for Gertrude Ellen Drane (nee Vyse). It is much appreciated and I commend the hard work that you and all your volunteers have put into this website.

WILSONWilson family in WragbyMany thanks for this excellent website. Charles Wilson was my 5th great grandfather.

DOUBLEThanksThank you very much for this website and the time you've put into it. It is a great resource and will be hopefully using it in the future.

PEACHEY & BUCKLEWonderful ResourceThis site is a wonderful resource. I'm living in Canada and researching my family tree. The information available has filled in many gaps in the information that I had on my ancestors.

Thank you - the photo gave the informatiThank you - the photo gave the information I was looking for

ADAMSResearching Adams/Scott families from Liverpool, and Jones/Hughes families from North WalesMany thanks to Charles for this web site. It enabled me to find the gravestone of one of my mother's cousin, and being able to read the inscription has helped me enormously in my research for family members. I really appreciated the effort that has gone into this site. Gordon.

OSBORNEIda Amelia LowisMany thanks for sending me your link, it's very much appreciated.

BONIFACETHANK YOU very muchThank you so much for this resource. Really great stuff and your efforts are appreciated. REF search Nancy Boniface.

GRAVESGPRThankyou for your resource. It has been most helpful to me and I recommend the service to anyone

RITCHIEHay and Ritchie graveThank you for this photo. This is an excellent service as I cannot go to Scotland to see the grave myself.

JORYThank youI would like to Thank Charles for his quick reply with my photo request..A very valuable source of information and service that Charles has provided for Free...Thank you again so much...Kind Regards Karen

MAINSMAINS - GatesheadThank you Charles for your prompt reply to my request. At this stage I cannot see a connection to my MAINS family who lived in the Gateshead area from I believe the 1840s. According to the census Robert was born in Co Down/Antrim, father John. At the time of his marriage to Mary Jane MARTIN in Newburn 1843, both he & Mary were living in Lemington. Many thanks once again.

CATT / HYLANDPhoto of Arthur CartledgeThanks for the photo much appreciated

RIDDLESPositive experienceCharles, you are doing a great service to people researching and/or discovering their families. Being international it is great to have a resource such as yours to validate information. Keep up the good work and thank you.

GELDARTThank you very much for the gravestone imagesThe gravestone images give added confirmation of my previous research of this family Thank you very much.

ALLENVery helpfulThank you very much for your prompt response, this has been most helpful in researching my family history in regards to Charles Edwin Allen.


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