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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
TUPLINHeadstone photographThank you for the quick response and service you provide.

TAPSELLThankyou for this excellent resource.Thankyou for this excellent resource.

BAILLIEAppreciationHi Charles Sale, I would like to sincerely thank you for your prompt and positive response to my email. By having this gravestone image and detail with names and dates, it will help with my research into my ancestors on my father's side of the family from Scotland. By having these dates and names it will be easier to pinpoint the correct great great grandparents to discover their routes. At a later stage when I have finished, or basically satisfied to where I am at, I can then look at aunties and uncles and their children etc. Thanking you again Charles, Regards, Jan Hildebrand

HUIRNHi thanks for the two images yesterday tHi thanks for the two images yesterday they were most helpful

CARRFlorence CarrRe Florence Carr - Great image of grave from an easy to use site

FOXThanksThank you for the photograph of Clementina Barwick (nee Fox)'s monumental inscription. I am researching the Frost family; John Frost married Maria Fox in 1812, St Clement Danes, Westminster. Maria was the daughter of Henry Smallpeece Fox and Susannah Allerton. Henry Smallpeece Fox and Clementina were siblings, children of Joseph Fox and Elizabeth Smallpeece.

MILLERThank youI would like to thank you for helping me find the gravestone of my 3 X great grandparents and I look forward to being able to go and pay my respects to them .

PULMANThanks!Thank you for the wonderful photo of the headstone of Thomas Pulman et al.

Thank youThank you for providing this free service. The photography and website are excellent. I commend you for providing this service to all.

Thank youThank you for providing such a valuable genealogical resource. Much appreciated.

TOWNERGravestonesthanks you for allowing me to view the image of Edward Towner's grave stone, its certainly very difficult to read! I appreciate the effort you have gone to with your website.

BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANNThank YouThank you, once again, for such a useful resource.

ThanksThanks for this great service. I managed to use the headstone to categorically conclude it belonged to my ancestors.

JAGGARDThankyouThank you for the close up view of the requested gravestone, it has been very useful in confirming where my husbands ancestors are buried

STEWARTThankyouThankyou so much for sending me the picture of the gravestone I requested of Thomas Stewart. Very much appreciated. Renae from Canada

BRIDGESMany thanks!What a wonderful resource you have created, Charles. Very excited to be able to view the headstone of my ancestor Jane Bridges, way over in Garvald Scotland, from here in Australia. The work of all your volunteers and yourself is appreciated.

HODGSONPhoto of Jane A Hodgson Grave Monument.Dear Charles, Thank you so much for providing the above photograph. I suspect that the Ralph Hodgson mentioned on the stone may be my wife's great, great, great grandfather. I will now be able to use the other names on the stone to try to establish a connection. Thanks again, Steve Chappell.

FURNERThank YouMany thanks for the photo of Elizabeth Bensley’s Grave. I have used your great site several times and am most appreciative of your prompt service and all the helpful information you and your team of volunteers provide. Thanks again, Sue Green, Australia.

CAMPBELL NNTHank youThank you for the prompt response to my request. The clear image has helped in the research into the Battle of Britain pilots who perished during the Battle in 1940.

Love the breadcrumb trail feature.Love the breadcrumb trail feature.

Clark FamilyAm truly grateful for your wonderful resource. Thank you so much.

O'CONNORrelationshipNellie Violet O'Connor was the wife of Charles James O'Connor

COOPERTrimley St. Mary - Churchyard update reviewMany thanks Charles for enabling the use of such a valuable resource - it is much appreciated, in particular as I am updating some historic information / helping with enquiries regarding the churchyards of St. Martin's, & St. Mary's - Trimley, Suffolk Kind regards Andrew King - Churchwarden

ISAAC WILKINSONGravestone in Dean Road Cemetery, Scarborough for Isaac Wilkinson who died 1892 and his wife Fanny WVery many thanks for the photo of Isaac Wilkinson's gravestone. The image was very good and I could clearly read the inscription. I am so grateful for your resource as the gravestone is situated in Yorkshire and I am located in Surrey and it is not easy for me to make the journey up there. This is the first time I have used this site and I will definitely be re-visiting it. Thank you again.

Thank you for all the hard work that hasThank you for all the hard work that has gone into this site. This is my first visit but I intend to be a regular visitor in the future

PALMERNathan Palmer 1800 to 1879According to my records, Nathan Palmer was born 16 October 1800, and died Aug 1880 in Isham. He was buried 27 Aug 1880 in Isham St. Peter, Northants

GRANTThank You!Many thanks for the prompt response to my request for two images from St Peter's Churchyard, Harbertonford. Thanks also to Lesley Davies for her efforts in photographing the graves in this burial ground.

MOOREThanks!Thanks for this brilliant website - and thanks in particular for the photo of the Moore family grave in Cleasby.

FEATHERSTONEthank you so muchthank you for the resource that you have made available. It fills in detail and gives leads where there is nothing else.

BOYDENboydenI just want to say a big thank you, what a great site this is I have used it before and and its really easy to follow and is always helpful, the images i have requested have always been quickly sent I will always recommend this site to my family and friends.thank you again x

SMITH / SKODDEROnce again Charles thank you for this grOnce again Charles thank you for this great service. I am able to view these graves with out travelling vast distances Joy Hetherington.

WHARRYGPR goes from strength to strengthHaving been a volunteer photographer in the early days of the Gravestone Photographic Resource I had occasion to use it myself recently while researching my family history. I was delighted to see how much progress has been made with the project, which is truly worldwide. This is a fantastic resource and I congratulate all involved but particularly Charles Sale - whose 'baby' this is.

STRACHANSimpson / Strachan TreeNot many things free in this world especially especially services like this - Please, Please keep up the fantastic work

MILNERThank you so much for your help in my seThank you so much for your help in my search for Edward and Sarah Milners gravestone, very much appreciated

HOATHMany thanks - excellent service!Thank you for your fast reply to my request for the image of James HOATH's gravestone.

HAMERHamer of Ramsbottom and surrounding villagesThanks very much for this brilliant resource. Before being directed to your website by Ancestry I had been trying to find information regarding Sophia Hamer and family from the Ramsbottom area. The monument for John Brooks (of whom Sophia was the maternal grandmother), has helped immensely to both confirm my existing research, by supporting the information on the 1851 census, and by also providing new information regarding when Sophia, and her daughter Alice Brooks (nee Hamer) died. I believe there is a DNA link between this family and my own, which is descended from James Eckersley & Alice (or Annis) Buckley, a butcher and his wife who were living in Ballantyne Place (now Market Place), Ramsbottom on the 1841 census. I am interested in any further information regarding this family of Hamers, and am willing to share any information I have about them in return.

READERThank youThank you for allowing me to see where my 4th great grandfather and mother are. Researching the tree is difficult but with help from this site helps make it easier. Thank you

VENNARDvennard HeadstoneI requested a copy of my ancestors grave today & was delighted with a quick response & the quality of the photo thank you so much

DAVIDSONBrilliant Website Thank you so much, very useful website.

Just to say thank you for the photographJust to say thank you for the photograph of my cousins grave in Edinburgh

LAMPSONThank you.What a special website - found through Ancestry. Thank you for the photo!

STOBARTGravestone photoThank you for the gravestone image of the Stobart family. It has been very helpful with my research, and brought back some memories of wandering around the grave yard at Bywell in the rain, some years ago. Thank you for the work you are doing.

GILBERTThank you for your prompt reply.It has hThank you for your prompt reply.It has helped considerably to solve a problem pinpointing Robert Henry Gilbert's 1st wife.again many thanks. A wonderful resource in tracing family history.

HARTNOLLHartnoll headstoneMany thanks for sending me the link to the photo of the headstone for John and Jane Hartnoll I will also go through the list of all HARTNOLLs your hold in your database to see if the are related. It is a wonder full service that you provide Kind regards

NEASHAMWonderful websiteThis is a fantastic website, so kind that the information is provided free of charge.

GAETHAlexis Gaeth and Karl Otto GaethThanks very much for the photo of Alexis Gaeth's headstone. I am researching his son Karl Otto Gaeth. Karl changed his name by deed poll in 1915 to Charles Vickery. He was killed in action in WWI. His name appears on the Whangarata War Memorial as KO Gaeth. His mother was Maud Gill who later married JJ Vickery (after Alexis' death). Maud was a daughter of Edmund and Jane Gill from Tuakau.

FINCHAMWonderful projectIt is such a worthwhile job that all the volunteers have undertaken for future generations that might feel they want to research their roots and as the gravestones age and the writing is undesciferable the photos are a lasting record. Many thanks. I have been researching the Fincham family from Norfolk. They farmed at Place Farm Kenninghall from about 1790 I think. William Fincham who was born about 1786 was the first to farm there followed by his son William who was born in 1820 and carried on working the farm for the Duke of Norfolk.

RASPINGravestone imagesThis is an excellent site. I have used it previously and can only praise it. The author/administrator is courteous, well informed and provides an excellent service with good quality images. Thank you very much Charles & well done. Please keep up the good work - it is very much appreciated.

HOYESnew branch of Hoyes familyThis great resource helped me fill in a WOODRUFF branch on my HOYES family tree. Looking forward to adding some of my own grave photos. Thanks.

ASHMOREAshmore grave in Hope ChurchSo grateful for the image and information to find the grave of my 3x great grandparents William and Elizabeth Ashmore Been to find it this afternoon - took a while to locate,but then there it was. So pleased. THANK YOU.


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