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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
ELDERSbirth datejoseph elders born 1851 married to sarah umpleby born 1845 married 1872 children of above fanny elders born 23 nov 1878 annie Gertrude elders 1877 Beatrice elders 1882

RICHWilliam & George RichAmazing thank you so much

ThankyouThankyou for sharing the gravestone photo of George Taylor McKenzie

JONESGrave of Mary and Edward JonesThank you for putting this photo on your website. These are my paternal grtgrandparents. Mary died at Sinet Farm Pentrecoch, Edward went on to farm at Llety, Llangynhafal until his death.

MCKENZIEApology, wrong ancestorMy apologies. I learned after requesting photo that I have the wrong ancestor. Alexander McKenzie is not my ancestor.

BROWNSearch for father's graveThank you for a very prompt reply. The breadcrumb trail is particularly useful.

BARNEYThanks...Thanks for help and advice via e-mail. I have now registered as volunteer.

DWYERThanksThank you for the speedy reply and clear photo. I am now in touch with some people at Byfleet heritage who are helping further. Keep up the good work. Regards Robbie.

LANEHelpful serviceRequested image links provided swiftly and efficiently. Many thanks.

MCCALLUMA very valuable resource. Many thanks.A very valuable resource. Many thanks.

WIGHTSo helpful!Many thanks for your website! I had wondered for years what happened to a great-aunt and her family, and found her within a few minutes on your website.

DWYERThanksThanks for the speedy reply and clear photo. 100% certain now that I have found my grans sisters grave Mary Dwyer. Married in Dublin 1931 , buried in Surrey. Thanks again. Robbie

BRAZILGreat siteJust a quick line to say thank you for these details, not sure where they fit into my tree but it has saved me a lot of work as it gives a lot of detail(s) I look forward to being able to help in some way to repay your kindness

WALLGraves of Wall familyThank you for this wonderful service. The photos of the graves I requested were very clear and sharp.

SHAPLANDAnnie ShaplandThis site has been a great help to me in trying to sort out the various branches of this family.

GOULDThank you for this excellent and very spThank you for this excellent and very speedy service.

SPANTON / AUSTENThanksMy thanks for the very helpful enlarged copy of WIlliam Austen's memorial plaque. The information on this will be of great help in my research.

LONG REMEMBER GOING TO GRANDPAMoved as a child from Grimsby to Sussex Moved as a child from Grimsby to Sussex when I was about 7/8 . Never saw my grandad again and now I'm 74 I'm older than he was when he died in1953. Thanks to this app. I've found his and grandmas grave although delapitated and picture of same. Many thanks

RYOTTThanksMany thanks for the enhanced image of the gravestone. I am doing family research online, on behalf of my husband, and this has been a very exciting discovery.

CADELLThanks for your photos, which we will adThanks for your photos, which we will add to our family tree. Best Wishes Always Gary & Wendy Knight Campbelltown NSW

FENTONthank youThank you for helping me view the image of David Fenton's grave stone.

FENWICKBrilliant resourceThank you so much for the links to the photos of the graves of Thomas and Jane Fenwick. The images are excellent quality and they arrived so quickly. I will gladly help with the gathering of information for this brilliant website, such a valuable resource. Many thanks to all involved in obtaining and compiling this brilliant website.

PRINCEGreat Site!Many thanks for the link to the image. It is difficult to read, but I suppose thats to be expected for a gravestone from the 1700's. I will try some image enhancement software to see if I can glean anything else from it.

GILBYMany thanks for providing the wonderful Many thanks for providing the wonderful information on this website. It really is a great resource. I am researching my great great grandfather Elisha Bradley, who came to and settled in South Australia in 1850 with his wife Sarah (nee Foster) and two children Edmund and William. Elisha's parents were William and Susannah (nee Snushall). I am currently trying to track down information about Elisha's siblings and forbears in and around Wisbech, Cambridgeshire UK. I believe that one brother, John Bradley married Elizabeth Gilby in the Parish of Wisbech St Mary. The names of Elizabeth's parents Joseph and Sarah and her sister Ann (who is buried there) are inscribed on the headstone (in the Wisbech General Cemetery), an image of which of have accessed on this site.

BROOMEGreat helpThank you very much for the image you sent which has been of great help!!

KEMPESurname spellingDear Charles and other fantastic people who have created and run this great resource. Just for accuracy, please can I mention that the surname of Lucy Maud Kemp has an e on the end of it - i.e. Kempe. Frederick Hawke Kempe is my maternal grandfather. Thank you all for your hard work and giving spirit to create this resource. .... more

KEMPEA Fantastic ResourceI am researching my family history and this wonderful GPR website is a fantastic resource. I never even knew I had a step-grandmother until a few weeks ago and here I am half way across the world in New Zealand able to look at her grave. Thank you SO much to everyone who contributes in so many ways to this resource. It has been quite emotional and means so much to me. Thank you, especially to Charles.

HALL / SHAKESPEARERemarkable ServiceThis is such a profound experience for me to be able to have such an elaborate website and dedicated caretaker of the site. I am researching my Hall family ancestors in the USA which go back to the early 1600s here in Yarmouth Massachusetts. Just recently I discovered a possible link to Doctor John Hall, husband of Susanna Shakespeare. Charle's help in finding the actual gravestone of Susanna was remarkable. It sent me the link instantly.

BARRACLOUGHJONAS BARRACLOUGH PhotosThank you so much for the photos I have just requested. They are truly amazing and they arrived so quickly.Marj Winter

HORROCKSPicture requestThank you so much Charles. I accessed the two images for Samuel Horrocks and feel that they with assist in my research. Regards, Bill Rice

JACKSONI was particularly taken with the qualitI was particularly taken with the quality of the images. As a keen photographer I know just how hard it can be to ensure that pictures are sharp and detail is readable, and that the photographer is not in the image.

COOTEThank youI have only just started to research into my family tree. I found this site during this search and was very grateful to the prompt correspondence with the link to the photo that I required. Thank you


MAJORGravestone imageMany thanks for the enlargement of my 3rd Great Uncle. Your website is valuable to researchers like myself

BATMANMany Thanks CharlesMany Thanks Charles

GODDARDA valuable resourceThank you for your useful site, and for the time and effort you take to be responsive.

PARTINGTONMany thanksGreat site, thanks very much.

BROWNMarion McGill Brown Robert Brown Isabella Arnott BrownThank you so much for allowing me to see the gravestone showing some details of my father's parents and sister, whom I never met. My late brother was named after my father, and now I see also after my grandfather. My father, Robert Brown, died in Bangour Hospital on 25th June 1993, aged 72. My late brother, also Robert, died peacefully at home in Renfrewshire in January 2011, aged 57.

GOWRIEWhat you do is amazing. I still have morWhat you do is amazing. I still have more to look up! So excited how easy it was also Thank you so much for the time you spend to do this

ONGLEYThank youThank you for your help. This resource has proved really useful and very interesting to my husband and his family. Thank you again.

KEMPThanksThank you for the link to the pictures of the gravestones for Rachel and James Kemp and for Florence Bessie Heald (ne Kemp. I would not have been able to get these myself so great work by your volunteers.

PAGEJohn Foulger Page and Sussanah PageThank you for a great facility. Very easy to use and confirmed the information for me. I accessed it via the An retry website and hints given.

WITTSPhoto RequestThank you so much for your prompt reply in sending me the phot of the headstone I requested. This help was very much appreciated Keep up the good work x

REEDSamuel Ernest Baker ReedWow what else can I say but a huge thank you for the photograph of my husband's ancestor Samuel Ernest Baker Reed. No idea that he was a Seargent Major and he had been out to Australia and back or who he had married. So thank you so much it has certainly added to the family history. Sylvia Reed

SPARKSThank youI am amazed to find these images and so quickyl! Thank you to the volunteers... your work is a appreciated and valuable

CARTERgrave detailsI found this service very helpful in reading the inscription on my grandfather john carter of trunkey creek grave of 1911

ANDREWSAmazing ResponseThank you very much for your prompt response to my request for a photo of the Andrews Gravestone. It was exactly what I was looking for and was much appreciated

Very useful siteI have researched different families for my tree and this site has been very helpful with information, particularly birth and death dates. Thank you to everyone who is involved.

SPROULMartha Elizabeth Sproule HeadstoneJust like to say, thanks so much for the photo and thanks to all the volunteers for their hard work

MITCHELLJosias Mitchell Gravestone PhotoJust like to say, thanks so much for the photo and thanks to all the volunteers for their hard work


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