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|surname||title of the comment / feedback||comment / feedback||submitted||num|
|NIXON GALLAGHER FINLAY||Thanks||Thanks for all the work and research you so generously provide to others. ||18/10/2017||8585|
|HARRISON||Crathorne gravestone||Thank you for your prompt reply. Unfortunately the headstone does not refer to Susan Harrison's maiden name, grateful for your help. ||17/10/2017||8584|
|ALDRED||Daniel and Alice Aldred||Excellent resource. I live over 200 miles away so was good to see my grandparents grave. Thanks||15/10/2017||8575|
|HEYWARD||Thank you||Charles, the service you provide with this online resource is an essential one. I will be recommending this to all engaging in ancestral searches online.
Thanks for you prompt response for my specific image requests.
Please keep up this wonderful work.||15/10/2017||8577|
|CHAFFER||Thanks||Your efficient service in providing an enlarged image of Geoffrey Albert Chaffer's grave was appreciated.||14/10/2017||8574|
|LUSBY SQUIRE||Eliza J Lusby Maria E.Squire||I can't thank you enough for such a prompt response to my request! Not only did I get the photo I required- through sending a message via your website to another person who requested the same image, I am already in contact with a distant relative in Australia! I will be looking up further graves in the future and am happy to make a donation. Thank you again!||14/10/2017||8572|
|Thanks||This site is a treasure trove. Thanks for making all these images available.||14/10/2017||8571|
|FRASER||Another result!||Great site, great effort by those involved. Thanks||14/10/2017||8570|
|SECRETT||Wonderful photograph||Many thanks for supplying the photo of the family grave. A very clear photograph with all of the details for the 3 people buried there - somewhere I doubt I'd ever get the chance to visit personally.
SECRETT, Sidney George (1903), Samuel Robert (1921) & Mary Ann (1933), Old Cemetery, Section O, Ipswich||12/10/2017||8565|
|SCOTT||Thanks for the Photographic Resource||Many, many thanks, Charles, once again for coming up trumps on the Alberton graveyard in Gippsland, Victoria.
|GARDNER||MANY THANKS||Many thanks indeed for such a wonderful and speedy service. I'm sure I speak for others when I say we are so very grateful for the time and effort put-into this project - much-obliged. Researching James Gardner, of Milton-next-Gravesend, Kent.||12/10/2017||8564|
|In appreciation||Thank you for making this information available online and also to those who are taking photos of headstones at cemeteries across the world. It is invaluable for people researching family especially from a distance. ||11/10/2017||8562|
|MORTON||Appreciation||Many thanks for this great resource. Much appreciated.||11/10/2017||8556|
|WRIGHT||Family Tree||Thank you very much for providing this information||11/10/2017||8555|
|ASHTON||Thank you!||Thank you!||11/10/2017||8561|
|HUNTER||Thank you for your hard work. Living in||Thank you for your hard work. Living in Canada sites like this one are very helpful.||11/10/2017||8560|
|LITTLEFIELD||Excellent Service||Many thanks for the excellent service. I now know where another seven of my ancestors are buried. Will see what I can do in return.
|Many thanks for this brilliant service.||Many thanks for this brilliant service. I have made a donation towards it.||10/10/2017||8550|
|GRIFFITHS||Graves||Many thanks for the work you all do, it is very much appreciated. ||10/10/2017||8549|
|BOLITHO||Bolitho||Thank you for the Image of Thomas Bolitho's Headstone||09/10/2017||8543|
|TURNER||Researching the family name of Turner||Thank you ever so much for the valuable service you provide via this website.
You have found the individual that I am looking for and I will certainly use your services again in the future.
Keep up the good work!!||09/10/2017||8548|
|SIBBALD||Great service. Thank you.||Great service. Thank you.||09/10/2017||8546|
|BOTTRILL||Bottrill||Thankyou so much for the photograph of the grave of Kate Ann Reeve Bottrill. Kate was my grandmother's sister and I had no idea she had a gravestone. You provide a wonderful service for those of us who live too far away to visit. Thank you so much Charles and also my grateful thanks to the photographer.||09/10/2017||8545|
|BRIDGES||Great service||Hi, Charles. Thank you for your web page. It is so great that headstones are being rrecorded by photograph. It means a lot to me as I live in Australia and can't visit. I have been researching the Francis Bridges family around Ixworth in Suffolk for many years. However, it is sad that the headstones are now becoming pretty much unreadable. ||08/10/2017||8540|
|GAYTHORPE||Thank you||It was a delight to find this site. Thank you to everyone for all the hard work that has been put into it. I look forward to exploring more!||08/10/2017||8536|
|PIERCE||Thomas & Catherine Pierce||Thank you for the prompt response, yet again a good clear picture with lots of information to help with my family tree.||08/10/2017||8538|
|HUGHES||Jane Hughes||Thank you for sending me the link to my Great,Great Grandparents headstone. Interesting to find they had a Grandson we didn't know about who was buried with them. What a very interesting informative site. ||08/10/2017||8537|
|FARROW||Lt Col Farrow||Thank you Charles for your help with my quest for tracing Lt Col Geoffrey Douglas Farrow as it was he and his wife that built my house.||06/10/2017||8529|
|WILCOX||William James Wilcox, North Sheen municipal cemetery||Having now confirmed that the grave you located for me does belong to my family, I can add it to my list of destinations to visit.
You have been most helpful, I would never have found it without your site. It is much appreciated.||06/10/2017||8530|
|DAY||Day||Many thanks for your work. This is another link in the family research||05/10/2017||8526|
|SMITHERS||Thank you!||So thankful for people and groups that share ancestry history with people. This takes a lot of work and upkeep. The internet has opened up genealogy for so many people. Researching my Mum's Smithers line and came across Charles Edgar Smithers tombstone for a profile photo. Thank you so much. ||05/10/2017||8528|
|SMITH||recieved photo||thanks for the photo has helped with my family research||04/10/2017||8522|
|BRAY-PARKER-AVISON-DANN||Thanks||Thank you once again for such an excellent - and free- resource||04/10/2017||8521|
|PORTER||Thank you||Thank you for the photo Mr Sale. It is very much appreciated. ||04/10/2017||8519|
|SHAROOD||Thank you||This is the second time I have used your website and found very useful information each time. A big thank you to everyone involved in maintaining and expanding the site.||04/10/2017||8518|
|JAMES||This is the 3rd time I have tried to tha||This is the 3rd time I have tried to thank you for access to the James family headstone, if this doesn't go through I won't bother again.||04/10/2017||8517|
|SHELTON||Thank you very helpful site.||Thank you very helpful site.||03/10/2017||8514|
|BREWER||Great Resource||Thanks once again for a gtreat research resource, should be Government funded.||02/10/2017||8508|
|HOPER||Thank you||Thank you for the photo of the Memorial Plaque in St Nicholas' Church New Romney in Kent. On it is my friend's Great Uncle Abraham Hoper.
He enlisted when he was 18 into the East Kent Regiment with the Service number 4868, he served in the Second Boer War (1899-1902), he was then discharged to the Army Reserves, and was called up for Service in WW1 and given the number S/317 in the 6th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment
When he first embarked for France on the 1st June 1915, he was a Lance Corporal, and was later promoted to a Sergeant.
He was Killed in Action on the 2nd of July 1918 and is buried in Grave F8 at Harponville Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme.
He was born in 1877, the son of Stephen and Eliza Hoper. He left a son Jack Roland Hoper, a step-son Edward Richard Norman and his widow Harriet Kate of 40 Sidney Street Folkestone Kent, who Abraham married in 1902, (Harriet Kate was born Harriet Kate Hoper and married in 1899 to Edward Norman who died in 1900).
Abraham was awarded the British War Medal, the Victory Medal and the 1914-15 Star.||02/10/2017||8511|
|YEATES||Great website||Great and fast service, glad I came across your site!!
Hopefully I will be able to help in the future once I have some free time on my hands.
Keep up the good work!!||02/10/2017||8510|
|CUMBERLAND||Thank you||Thank you very much for this service, it is very much appreciated.||02/10/2017||8505|
|MARSTON||Arthur Marston||Arthur Marston 1902 - 1984 was an artist. A couple of his works can be found at https://artuk.org/discover/artists/marston-arthur-19021984.
Many thanks for providing me with a photograph of Arthur's resting place||02/10/2017||8509|
|BRANCH / TIDY||Thank you||Many thanks for the images you have provided. Yours is a great service for people who live on the other side of the world and have no chance of visiting the cemetery. Keep up the good work!||01/10/2017||8500|
|ROSS / MACAO||Photograph of Helen Ross/William Macao wall panel||Hi Charles, Many thanks indeed for your prompt and helpful provision of this image. Love the validation idea. Best wishes, Jim||01/10/2017||8499|
|COCHRANE||Thanks||I have used this website for only the second time, but have found it to be a valuable resource to solve an issue I have had no other way of dealing with. To look at headstone inscriptions of such quality from the other side of the world is much appreciated. Keep up the good work. ||30/09/2017||8498|
|BULTITUDE||Very useful for a one-name study||I research the surname BULTITUDE as a one-name study, so this site has been very useful as it allows me to see the inscriptions on headstones, which often give a very good indication of relationships and extra details that are difficult to find elsewhere. The photos on here have helped solve a few mysteries and linked family members together. ||29/09/2017||8495|
|NEALE||Thank you so much. its an invaluable ser||Thank you so much. its an invaluable service, and congratulations on it being free||29/09/2017||8492|
|LAING||Thank You FOr Help in Solving a Puzzle||Thank you for helping to identify a great uncle who I met when I was a child and couldm't place in my family tree. I now know that Uncle Norman was my paternal grandmother's brother. I spent many hours searching for Norman combined with various family surnames before stumbling across this website. It is an excellent resource.
Many thanks for the efforts you put in making it available.||28/09/2017||8490|
|RIDELL||Thank YOU||Thank you for your prompy reply and supply of the gravestone information.
YOur help is greatly appreciated, you are doing an awsome job. :)
|PONTING||Joseph Giles Ponting||Thank you very much for letting me have a photo on my great great grandfather's gravestone.
As I live in Spain I cannot help by sharing local photos for your files.||25/09/2017||8477|