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List of Comments

surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
POCOCKThanksThank you for the lovely clear photos and immediate response to my request

FULLERTONThanksThank you for providing such an invaluable source of research. This will certainly help me in my quest to research my Scottish/Irish ancestors.

SHARPGreat resourceThank you so much for the very clear photograph of the grave of my great-great grandfather, Samuel Sharp. It was wonderful to see it and find out the exact date of his early death. I am compiling a large family resource and sites like this are absolutely invaluable. I so appreciate your hard work in starting and maintaining this site.

FOLLETTFollett FamilyThank you for a wonderful and free resource. Very much appreciated. I found also a photo of John Wenban in the Wilberforce Cemetery, NSW. Best Regards.

RANDALLA great helpA great website, extremely helpful in my search for information about John Randall, born Cley.

BARRATTThank youThank you for this very useful resource. I use it quite frequently and I am very grateful to those who have contributed.

WELWOODThank you for prompt replyThank you very much for your help with Robert and Elizabeth Welwood's gravestone. I really appreciate the effort you have gone to on this site. Maybe in the future, I'll be able to help you.

WILKINSONThank youThank you so much for sending me the image for Hurdman's gravestone. It will be very helpful in my family history research. The image is clear and of high quality and GPR is an extremely useful resource. Thank you!

NEWBOULDSo helpful and useful.This is now the fifth gravestone I have aquired from this site and I have been able to fill-in so many gaps on my tree. The latest for example shows not only husband and wife but also their 5 children. Congratulations on maintaining such a valuable resource.

BOOTHLawnswood Cemetery LeedsLove this website. Really helpful. Very good quality images. Thank you.

RICKWOODThank youThank you for the very prompt response. This site us a great way to share information.

BALEThank for the photograph of William AverThank for the photograph of William Avery Bale's headstone.

AUSTINThomas Austin, George Brougham AustinThank you

ARCHER ThanksVery fast service for a photo of Ronald Hedley Archer's memorial in Yorkshire. I will certainly add to this site if I can.

STACEYMy great great great grandparentsThank you so much for sending me a photo of the gravestone of my ancestors Mr. and Mrs. William Stacey who are buried in the churchyard at Nutfield. A very poignant moment - I am 75 and live abroad so doubt whether I will ever see it in person. All your hard work much appreciated!

BELLBell, Rowe, Healey, Sealey, Waddingham, Grainger, Shewan, Pollock, and relatedI received an excellent photo of the headstone for Lucy Rowe nee Bell (8 Dec 1887 - 18 Mar 1995), thank you for that. This line of Bells were around Daylesford in the late 1800s and 1900s. I have a fair amount of info on them, including ancestors & descendants (but very few photos) and am happy to share.

JONESGreat resourceAgain, great resource - many thanks

WESTLAKEStoke Canon, Devon, Eng.Researching the Westlake Family who lived in Stoke Canon, Devon. Thomas Westlake married Elizabeth Ann Bussell and they came to Canada ca 1872 and settled in Lachine, PQ

POPEMy great great GranfatherThank you so much for sending the image of the family headstone.

ENTWISTLEExcellent ServiceThank you for the prompt rely to my request. I am finding this web site a very useful tool for my family tree research

CHAPPELLJohn Chappell graveUseful website. I found dates for John's wife Ann and daughter Ellen and a son, Colin, I didn't know existed. Thank you.

HILLVery helpfulThank you for sending the info I needed to help with my research.

PATERSONJane PatersonThank you for the valuable information on the Gravestone, it has helped a great deal in filling in some of the missing blanks. I will add more information as I gather it.

TRICKERWilliam Tricker gravestone photoThank you very much for the information you provided. It is wonderful that you have this information available for us folk who are so far away and who donít have the resources to visit personally. I was able to get the image of William Tricker's gravestone very easily, and I thank you again.

BUCKLANDWhat a wonderful serviceI have been researching my family tree for some time now, mainly using Ancestry, and it continues to grow and grow at an alarming rate but to find a link to your site was very exciting. To see actual photographs of headstones, and in this case for my Great Uncle's wife, namely Kate Buckland, it helped me get accurate death dates for her, her husband and their son. I shall now make a point of visiting the cemetery to pay my respects to these family members and others I now know are also buried there. Detailed family research is a relatively new phenomena and very addictive and compelling. You and your volunteers make the whole experience even more so. Please continue with your good work, we researchers really do appreciate it and just maybe one day I shall find time to help you!

HUMPHRIESThank you for this wonderful site it hasThank you for this wonderful site it has proved very useful indeed I will continue to use it

ANDERSONThankd youMany thanks for the wonderful images which have helped with my family history research. It was wonderful to find them on this website.

WATTS / HAMMOND / WHITBOURNDear Charles, I congratulate you on a fiDear Charles, I congratulate you on a fine resource. I surveyed my village churchyard, Pettistree, in Suffolk to record the inscriptions but not with photos for even some recent ones are unreadable on a photo. I was able to reconstruct the image of all 205 memorials back to 1697, some with reference to earlier records. Where recognised I used the same font and spacing of the inscription in an outline of the memorial. Are you interested? Mike

MANSONFantastic ServiceThank you very much for sending my Gravestone Request promptly. It is very much appreciated. You have a great and very detailed website which grows on a daily basis.

CLEMENTUnexpectedI browse the website as part of family research and never really expected to find recently deceased relatives. Really great site so thank you.

KITCHENMarmaduke Kitchen and his wife Martha KitchenThank you very much for the photo of my great great grandparents gravestone. Very much appreciated.

APPLETONThank you once again!Once again I want to express my profound appreciation for your work and this site.

BRUCEThomas BruceThank you so much for the link you sent me to the photo of Thomas Bruce's grave. I received it a little while ago but I've been away and I'm not sure if I replied at the time. Your work in this field is much appreciated.

WILLIAMSThis has been a complex branch of my treThis has been a complex branch of my tree to follow and having access to the gravestone images has been very useful. Thank you all very much

WILLIAMSOnce again I can only say thank you to yOnce again I can only say thank you to you and all the volunteers who help enrich my family history research

MEALINGThank you for the image of Isaac and Betty RingroseMany thanks Charles for this image, with much new information on the maternal ancestors of the Mealings who sailed to Australia in 1854 to become pioneers in southern New South Wales. By the way your email with all its valuable links landed in my gmail spam box - it was 3 days there before I noticed it - I wonder if some of your unacknowledged emails to other researchers met the same fate. Thank you again.

STAFFORDThankyouThanks to the kindness of your volunteers and this wonderful service, I was able to share this day with my Nan even though it's hundreds of miles away. It's been wonderful to be able to make this annual 'visit' possible, thanks to you.

WILLIAMS, KEENE, WATERS, PRICEJust wanted to say THANK YOU for what you do!I have found several headstones that relate to my husband's family in Wales. It's a thrill when I find the right headstone and learn more about our family. THANK YOU.

SMITHJeremiah SmithWhat an excellent website. I'm not sure that the photo sent is of the people I am searching for - not the best surname to be researching! - but it has given me a possibility to pursue further. Many thanks.

BARBERThank you :-)Thank you for your very prompt response to my request. It is very much appreciated.

CAMACMost grateful for the photos of headstonMost grateful for the photos of headstones of my ancestors.

YARKERYarkerThank you so much for enabling me to locate the graves

MARION STEVENSONThank youThank you for the service you provide. It is fantastic to locate the grave of two of my ancestors. It has also assisted my research into my family and solved one of my questions.

STANNARDEloise StannardThank you for the picture. It helped me answer a few questions!

REEVESThank YouThanks very much for the photo of the brass plaque to E.G Reeves from St Paul's Church in Kandy Ceylon (Sri lanka). I left some additional information I hope any future researcher will find of interest.

ROWBOTTOMStanley Edgar RowbottomThank you for your very prompt response. Without a site like this I would have never thought of looking in Devon for his grave.

RADIGANSt Joseph's Cemetry, MiddlesbroughMany thanks for the records, they are very much appreciated.

DOWSONThankyouMany thanks for a fast response to my request for a photo.

BROWNDavid BrownThank you very much for all your help in my long search for my friend David Brown. What a wonderful service you provide, and whilst the outcome of my search was not what I was hoping for, at least I can now put my mind at rest as my search is now finally over. Hoping to visit you soon one day David R.I.P my friend.

BACKHOUSEReceived photo'sThank you very much for the headstone photo's, the quality of them is top notch and they help to add to the family history file I am compiling..


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