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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
TWEEDThomas Reginald TweedThank you for the photo of Thomas Reginald Tweed's headstone, greatly appreciated.

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

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

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.

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!

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.

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

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.

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!

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.

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.

HARVEYWilliam John, Ellen & Leonard HarveyThank you for the photo of the gravestone of William John Harvey, his wife Ellen and their son Leonard. This was able to help me confirm some of my research.

TATTERSALLBonus information.Initially looking for,then finding,the gravestone for Gertrude Tattersall nee Miles was great but then finding her two daughters on the same headstone was a real bonus. Some of the photos on this sight have enabled me to add more than I had expected to my family tree. A fantastic web site. Many thanks indeed.

HILLThank YouThanks you for the image of William CLARKE's headstone, Rylstone Cemetery. I am direct descendant of John HILL 1830 - 1913 Thank you David

CUBITTThank you very much for your prompt respThank you very much for your prompt response. This is a wonderful resource you are providing.

DILLISTONEI'm trying to put together some informatI'm trying to put together some information regarding the Dillistone family for my brother-in-law. His father died recently and papers revealed details of his adoption at birth. The 2 ladies on this gravestone are my brother-in-law's Great Aunts, his biological Grandmother's younger sisters. Thank you so much for responding so quickly.

EYThank you!Re: Sarah Jane EY. Thank you so much for the photo of the EY family memorial. I have been researching the BRISTOW family for some time though mainly from the England end, but as Sarah Jane married into the EY family, this information will help me put together the South Australian part of the family tree. Much appreciate the time and effort taken to make all this information available. Thank you again!

REYNOLDSThank youMany thanks for the excellent service, and for providing the gravestone image for Sarah Ann Wadley and her husband Thomas in St Gregorys churchyard, Castlemorton, Worcestershire

ThanksThank you for providing an image that I would otherwise never get to see

ROCKLIFFExcellent service ... thanks againExcellent service ... thanks again

BRIGGSWonderful discovery!I discovered this web site purely by chance - what a wonderful resource! I will now visit the grave of my Great Grandparents, which I didn't know existed - I only discovered who my Great Grandparent were very recently. When I retire, I will add to this resource by photographing and recording graves in cemeteries I visit. Thank you to whomever added my Great Grandparents headstone. John and Ann Briggs - nee Parnell

COBBLEDICKThanksReally uaeful to get data for Phillipa Cobbledick nee Lobb

JACKSONmemorial in Hartfield ChurchI am full of praise for the vision, generosity of spirit and umpteen years of work that have gone into creating and running this wonderful information service. Its short cut to Henry Jackson's memorial is helpful to me because I am writing up a booklet for the Friends of Woodbury Park Cemetery Tunbridge Wells about the Hale family.. His widow Charlotte Cecilia had a life interest in Holly Hill and remained there for the next 40 years with her second husband Bernard Hale. He was among other things the barrister whose carefully documented legal opposition to Lord de la Warr's encroachments on Ashdown Forest led to the protected permanent access there enjoyed today by the public. There are Hale memorials in Holy Trinity Colemans Hatch and of course there are the Hale almshouses at Kidds Hill. Mostly due to trickle down from the wealth of HHJ. Bernard and Charlotte are buried in Woodbury Park Cemetery and we have just cleaned up their memorial there along with those of the other Hales buried there.

LOWELL / ROBERTSONThank you!Many thanks for your impressively prompt response to my request. I look forward to exploring this excellent site in more detail.

ABELExcellent ResourceWe are absolutely WOWed with this resource. We have already been to St Helen's cemetery and found the Robert Abel's gravestone. Many, many thanks.

WYARD / RIXThank youThanks for such a fantastic service. x

ROBERTSONHarry James Robertson (1871-1947) grave informationThe information given on the entry about my 1st cousin 3x removed Harry James Robertson's gravestone says that his daughter Marjorie Beatrice Robertson married a Percy Victor Sharpin but this is, I believe, a case of the wrong Marjorie. Harry's daughter Marjorie B. Robertson married Hugh Westing Lewell in 1933 (using the name Robertson so it appears that she was not previously married to Mr Sharpin or anyone else). I wonder if this could be corrected in case it leads anyone up the wrong path?

Thank youThank you so much for the photos received so far. This is an excellent archive

CHARTChart photo requestThank you so much for allowing me to have access to photos of my Chart ancestors' grave markers. Amazing site!

CANTThank you for the photoThank you for the photo of the grave of Oswald Thomas Cant. I am researching the Plummer family tree and Oswald Thomas Cant married Alice Maud Plummer, who was my grandfather's sister.

OSBORNEThe Osborne FamilyThe Gravestone photo has been a great help. Arthur Edward Osborne, Mary's Husband is my Great Uncle. Pauline.

MACPHERSONexcellent serviceI have been trying to find family for a while now and a friend suggested I look at your site and there was my family. I couldn't believe it. I am certainly going to try and do some photos for the site even if its my own family graves. I am researching Ernest Macpherson and his father Alfred Abel Macpherson who passed away in 1954 in Surrey area Very good resource thankyou team

CLEMENTSThanksI am so grateful for such an incredibly quick response to my request. This has given me the clues I hoped for to do further tracing. Thanks.

BUTSONThank you Charles for the image of the SThank you Charles for the image of the Susan (Susanna)Butson family monument in St Brendans Clonfert. It assisted greatly in piecing together the last bit of information I needed for this family. (my 6 x great grandparents)

HOLDERMany thanksExcellent website

RAYNERA Thank YouMany thanks for sending a link for the image I was interested in, what a fantastic service you are providing. As I don't live in the area I would never have managed to get to the cemetery myself.

COEGreat site !Big thank you to Charles for providing me with this image. Great site that's totally free :) Thanks again :)

HOMEHome/McNeilieThank you so much for clearer access to your already excellent image. I am so pleased to have found what may be a possible link to my ancestors (my grandfather was George Francis Home). I've not investigated sufficiently to know whether this image will be an incidental red herring but am still grateful that people are making this valuable information available.

PARROTT Very useful siteFrancis Parrott + 'Patrington' Parrotts. I'll be back.

BATTLE A brillent serviceI have been doing alot of family tree research just lately and have been directed to this site on more than one occasion. This is a brillent service and really helpful. Keep up the amazing work.

PRATTName of interestHadn't realised I'd looked William Pratt up 5 years ago! Great site which I should use more.

OMANThank youThank you for the time and effort you put into this website. What a great resource and obviously a labour of love

ROWLANDThanksThanks for the excellent photographs. Sent very quickly. Much appreciated.

LAYCOCKFabulous ResourceThank you for a wonderful and free resource. Very much appreciated.


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