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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
THOMASEdmund ThomasThank your for sending the photo of Edmund's grave in Somerset. This is a fantastic resource and very much appreciated!

SUTHERLANDDonald and Annie SutherlandThank you for the effort put into this site ( having spent many hours trudging round some graveyards )

DelightedThank you for prompt,accurate results!

BOXA big thank youThank you very much, this is a massive help in putting another piece into my large family tree. And the facts of his wife's info as well is a massive help. Again thank you.

Thank you once again that your wonderfulThank you once again that your wonderful website has been able to help me enhance my family tree.

Very interesting resource. The speed of Very interesting resource. The speed of response to enquiries is to be commended!

HUMBLEThank You for the enlarged photoThank You for the enlarged photo

LOMASFeeback for enquiryThis is a very useful resource, saving a whole deal of legwork for sure, the speed of return of the photo was amazing. Thank you very much for your efforts, and I hope I'll find more of my ancestors in the future!

HAINESThank youThank you for your response to my request. Unfortunately after further research this is not my Walter Haines but I will continue to try and find him.

AcknowledgementThank you so much for this site. I have been successful in finding a few gravestones through it and consequently using the information on them has solved some of my puzzles

CHARITYgravestone of Ethel Rose Austin(Nee Charity)Thank you for your prompt reply,It was nice to find the resting place of my mothers sister.i have precise dates of birth for the other brothers and sisters but only February 1901 for Ethel.Unfortunately my mother Faith Hope Sadd nee(Charity)passed away in 2013 and her sister Mercie Hambling nee (Charity)passed away in January of this year.They were the last of the thirteen brothers and sisters.

MEAKINSBenjamin MeakinsPrompt response on request, photo is clear, accurate and legible. Would certainly use again.

STOKOEThank YouThanks for the Photo, great Work.

SPRINGETTAncestors of Stella Mary springett , my motherI have a picture taken in 1901 of 353 high st Chatham Rochester j.r. Springett & son saddlers. This is my great grand father and is family. If any body has more information on john Richard Springett e.g. Family tree it would be welcome

QUARTERMANJoseph Quarterman , England - Offspring in Christchurch , New ZealandOne of the daughters was Clara Constance Quarterman , sister of Clara Quarterman. Both living in Christchrch. Clara Constance Quarterman appears on two electoral rolls , living in Christchurch : 1928 Quarterman , Clara Constance , 10 Kilmarnoch Street , spinster Quarterman , Clara Constance , 12 Winchester Street , spinster I assume that Clara changed addresses , from one to the other . I have been unable to trace any mention or whereabouts beyond the above-mentioned listings . I suspect that she was also known as Constance Quarterman

QUARTERMANClara Quarterman , Weybridge , Surrey , EnglandAs previously commented , there were two Quarterman-surnamed passengers aboard the 'CORINTHIC' , who came to New Zealand ,from England , one named Clara Quarterman and the other named Clara C. Quarterman . Each gave the same home address as Yew Cottage , New Road , Weybridge. Another passenger list at a different time listed a Clara Constance Quarterman , nurse , b. 1887. The voyage began at London 7 November 1930. .... more

REEDPhotoThank you for the photo of Doris Reed's gravestone. The image is great quality. It gives a sense of connection to an ancestor and their immediate family.

FEWINGSThanksThank you so much for all your time and effort in providing this valuable service

SADLERthanksThank you so much for the photo of the grave of my Sadler 2xgt grandparents

WILDSMITHThanks!I just wanted to say thanks very much for the photos of Wildsmith graves in Lincolnshire. I'm researching Wildsmiths from Derbyshire, and I know that at least one of them moved to Lincolnshire. It's good to know that I can now visit his last resting place.

SMITHMichael SMITH Hello, this is a polite message. You have transcribed image 1623 as Michael SMITH, this in fact is Michaela SMITH. She was my cousin.

CREASEYThomas CreaseyWhat a wonderful efficient service. Many thanks to Charles for providing an image so speedily of the gravestone I was interested in. Much appreciated.

PICKARDThank youThank you very much for your help

TUCKERTUCKER Family of GEORGEHAM, DEVONI am researching my family tree and JOHN TUCKER (1829-1878), ELIZABETH TUCKER (1835-1907), FREDERICK TUCKER (1873-1900), late of MORTEHOE and GEORGEHAM are my ancestors. I am offering any information which I may have of interest to others researching their family trees and would like to liaise with others researching the same family and area. Please don't hesitate to contact me and I will try to be of service.

RICHES Thanks for the image. It will help me fiThanks for the image. It will help me find out more about my husbands family when we visit the area later this year.

TULLGreat ResourceA big Thank You for all those who volunteer for this great resource

PITMANphotovery quick response and useful image, thankyou

COXThank youThank you so much amazing to see tthe stone for Hester and William Cox I will now try and visit

GIBBONSGibbons of Bledlow Ridge Excellent photos, many thanks to all volunteers

WOODThanksMany thanks for the image, and for all the work you have done in providing this resource :)

MURRAYThanksThanks Charles for the gravestone image of Lionel Murray and his wife it was a great moment to discover your webpage and the image today and now to be able to put the final piece of information into their part of my tree is just great thank you cw

DEWISMany thanksThank you for the very prompt reply. Wanted this for my son

Thank you Really helpful resource, and I've had a quick response both times I have requested a full sized photograph. Thank you!

ROGERSGeorge Rogers and Mary Ann Fewings/Davis/RogersThank you for taking the time to provide a great resource.

BROWNPhoto greatly appreciatedMany thanks for the photo of the gravestone of Daisy Alice Brown. Living across the pond, the chances of visiting many cemeteries in the U.K. is pretty slim. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to have a photo of Daisy's gravestone.

AITCHISONRequest for clearer pics of headstone etc. for Archibald John Thomas Francis AitchisonThank you very much for pictures. Very clear details. Much appreciated.

BOSLEYNew information UncoveredI will have to check into it further, but your site has probably provided me with the first names of my maternal great-great grandparents. All I knew before was that Bosley was the maiden name of my maternal great-grandmother, Mary Anne Giddings, who had a sister called Martha. But the dates and area indicate that her parents were probably William and Frances Bosley. Thank you.

QUARTERMANJoseph and Elizabeth Quarterman , EnglandIt seems that Joseph and Elizabeth's offspring included : Clara Quarterman , born about 1885 , . Clara was aged about 38 years when she was a passenger aboard the CORINTHIC , sailing from Southampton 12 June 1924 , heading for New Zealand . Another passenger was listed as Clara C. Quarterman , aged 36 years . The two Clara's gave their home address as 8 Yew Cottage , New Road , Weybridge . In Christchurch , New Zealand , a Clara Quarterman married Leonard Eugene William Lorgelly , 1928 Clara Lorgelly died 24 May 1936 at Christchurch and was buried at Bromley Cemetery.

NICHOLLSThank you for the images. They have helped me break down a brickwall.

JEWELLJohn JewellThank you so much for the e-mail concerning my third great-granduncle, John Jewell. I see there are other family members listed in the same cemetery. This reaffirms what I know concerning the primary location of the family. I can't wait to uncover more of the family.

WINTERBURNMy wife's family researchWhilst researching my wife's maternal ancestry line, we made an amazing discovery that some of my wife's family (Winterburn - Leach - Depledge) are buried in the graveyard at St Roberts Pannal. I ( Peter Scoulding) was born in Pannal and lived much of my early life there. My parents owned the village newsagents and grocers shop. I was baptized and confirmed at this church too. My maternal grandparents (Swabey) are also buried in Pannal St Roberts churchyard, but there is no gravestone. What a small world.

BREESE AND MOLLANDThankyouThankyou to your quick response to my recent request. Also to the dedicated team on your website that enable us researchers to add a bit more to our Family Trees.

GILES AND WETHERELLSearch for WW2 casualty's wife.First of all, thanks for running this site. What a valuable resource.We knew her maiden and married names, but she remarried. By a stroke of luck she was buried with her unmarried sister, which linked her maiden name to her second married name and thanks to your site we have a valuable lead. Thanks again.

JOHN FULLERThank youThank you very much for all the work you and your team of helpers do for this project. The image of the gravestone has come out very well but I will certainly consider helping to photograph & record gravestones in the future but not quite ready for that yet. Is there a way of finding the location of the grave (image 4099 buried in 1857) with in the cemetery? Thank you once again Veronica Moloney

RICHARDSONPhoto link received promptly. Excellent Photo link received promptly. Excellent quality. Many thanks for your help.

BURLINGHAMThank you for enabling me to find where some of my ancestors are buried.Emily Burlingham (nee Ward) was the Sister of my Great Grandmother Mary Ann Macroff (nee Ward). Thanks to the wonderful work of GPR I was able to visit St Ethelbert's churchyard last summer. I found the graves of my Great Grandmother and her parents Randall and Sarah Ward. It was an idyllic and peaceful place to sit and eat a sandwich on a sunny afternoon, surrounded by my ancestors! I look forward to visiting again.

JACKSONThank you for your very much appreciatedThank you for your very much appreciated photographs

NOTTAGEExcellent resource Thank you for providing this excellent resource

GASCOYNEThank youThank you for showing me and image of my cousin's grave.

CONQUESTGrave of Edith Barraclough Oxbridge Lane Cemetery Stockton-On-TeesThis grave is also grave of William Conquest 1855-1925 and Elizabeth Sarah(nee Gelly)1859-1938 the parents of Edith(nee Conquest)The names are on the right hand side of the base


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