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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

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

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

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.

FINDLATERFabulous websiteThanks to this website I've found my grandmother's gravestone. 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.

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.

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.

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.

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

JENKINSGreat site! Thanks!I found this site very helpful, especially since Wales is a very long way from where I live! Thanks!

PITTSFamily historyReceived photo. great resource...many thanks

ARRELLThank youYour phot collection brought up the name of a hitherto unknown spouse. Thank you.

LAUNCHBURYthank you fantastic service thank you so much for the pictures,what a great idea.I would love to help with the taking of photos in the leamington spa area,but at the moment only have a mobile phone and not a camera as soon as I get my hands on a digital camera I will be offering my services thank you once again

WALSHAM Thank you very much for the image o Thank you very much for the image of the grave stone of Joseph Walsham. Living in NZ makes it just that little more difficult to find grave stones.

GRAVESGravesMany thanks for the wonderful photos. We are unable to visit UK and we now feel in touch with a lost part of our family. We appreciate the time and effort you put in to provide this service.

HARVEYExcellentThank you so much for the image 0 it will be very useful to my research

MCLEANMy thanksI just want to thank you for your work here. It is a grueling process to try to find ancestors. At least here, we can find a ray of hope and quite possibly, a true connection! There are a lot of Duncan McLeans! But I believe we are on a good lead here and am excited to have this photo! I welcome any other McLean family researchers' questions or input. Sincerely, Nancy McLean Tipton, Texas, USA

DIBBThank youMany thanks for your work which has allowed me to see both family resting places and those of others that I am helping Great work!!

RICHARDSGratitudeMany thanks for a very helpful resource.

WARDThanksMany thanks for your prompt and efficient service, it is such a help to family tree researchers such as myself. When time allows, I will undertake to take some photos of headstones in my local churchyard as means of help.

Currently photographing and indexing theCurrently photographing and indexing the following: St Andrew, Radcliffe, Lancashire St Mary, Radcliffe, Lancashire All Saints, Stand, Whitefield, Lancashire St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire Ainsworth Unitarian Chapel, Bolton, Lancashire Ainsworth Methodist Church, Bolton, Lancashire Christ Church, Ainsworth, Bolton, Lancashire St Anne's Parish Church, St Annes-on-Sea, Lancashire Corwen Parish Church, Denbighshire St Ffraid, Carrog, Denbighshire

COWANThank You!Thank you kindly for sharing your photos of the Cowan family.

TULLETTPhiladelphia TullettThis website is very helpful, I was so happy to find Tullett and Burberry relatives in the same cemetary.

WATSONDaniel/Jeannie WatsonThank you very much for the headstone photograph. Very clear. Superb site.

BEDFORDThanksThanks for taking time to take photos of the gravestones. I live abroad, so your help is invaluable and appreciated.

BLAKEREdna Grace MarksGood image, thanks a lot for this resource. I'm researching my late husband's family as well as my own, and Edna was my late mother in law's cousin.

BUCKNOLEPhotoMany thanks for sending me the photo of the gravestone of Patricia Bucknole. It will be very helpful when visiting the churchyard and locating the grave

STINSONFantastic wed site - many thanksThis is a fantastic resource. Thank you so much for putting so much of your time into providing this site.

WALKERThank youfor the photo of Richard Walker's grave with his wife Charlotte (née Fox). They are my great great grandparents.

SPARLINGSparling gravestone photosMany thanks for the good quality photo of the grave of my great grandparents: James Green Sparling & Hadassah Sparling née Walker

JENNINGSAcknowledgement (Grace Jennings)Again - thank you for access to this invaluable resource

EASTHusband's ancestorsMany thanks for the photo. This has helped in researching my husband's family tree. Grace & John are his 3rd great grandparents.

OWEN searching benjamin and emily owensearching benjamin and emily owen

WYNNEPhotoThank you very much for the grave photo of my 6th g/grandfather Peter Wynne. We are not sure of his birth year or where born but he purchased the George Inn/Hotel in Farnborough, Kent about 1720. When he died in 1731 the business was then taken over by his 3rd wife Margaret until his son Peter Wynne b.1713 came of age and was there until he died 1792 and is also buried at Farnborough Churchyard.

MASSINGHAMThanksThanks for doing this great work. Thank you for the image of the gravestone for John Massingham and his wife Sophia (nee Fox). Their daughter Maria, who married Charles Dixon, migrated to Australia in 1854 with four of their children.

INGHAMThank youThis has been quite a journey from my grandfathers' journeys in WWII and their fathers in WWI. Robert and Margaret Ingham appeared in my line and a quick search found their headstone. Awesome. It really hits you in the feels when you see this stuff. I can't say enough, and I hope to get back into it a little more here as I get more time. Thanks again !!

CARRICKMany thanksThanks so much for such a valuable resource provided freely.


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