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IRELANDExcellent serviceI was delighted to receive such an excellent and prompt response regarding my query concerning Alfred Frederick Ireland my 2nd Cousin 2 x removed. This site is a wonderful service for those such as myself, cannot perform research other then from their computer.

PACKARDReceipt of link to view gravestone image.Thank you so much for the image, lovely to see the actual stone. Wonderful service, very quick, won't be able to resist making further requests. Lynn. Ref. Joseph & Mary Ann Packard Dod. 1931.

LAINGThomas Laing KirklistonThank you for such a prompt response from this great resource. A photo of my three times great grandparents grave is much appreciated.

COSGROVEThe title is: Thanks!Thanks for the website. It is unique and great!

JOHNSONChristopher Johnson. Clockmaker of KnaresboroughWhat an amazing facility!! I was so pleased to receive (so quickly) the high-res pix of Christopher Johnson's gravestone. It adds so much to my knowledge about this clockmaker from the town where I was born. I now live in Cheltenham UK and will be sending you lots of photographs of churchyards, particularly St. John's in Prestbury near where I live. Thank you so much for this unique opportunity to learn about the clock I have just bought.

ABRAHAM SPAULSvery usefulVery easy to use site, Charles very helpful and promt with reply Great clear pic of gravestone

ANDREW IRVIN 1767-1836SuccessAfter stumbling across this website, i am extremely pleased with the fact i have had a success. Please forward my thanks to all concerned, Volunteers, Logging volunteers and all others who were involved in this site. I look forward to searching it some more and seeing if the success rate increases Thanks Lee

TESSIERThank you for the image. Very helpful.Thank you for the image. Very helpful.

DYKES / LENG / ATHAThank youOnce again thank you for your fantastic response. Well done and have a great day Regards Kerrie

Thank youHi All, This is the second time I have used this site and the service is fantastic. I am from Australia and to be able to get pictures of the headstones in England is wonderful Keep up the great job that you are doing Regards Kerrie

TEMPLEMANMemorial PlaqueThank you for sending me the photograph of my husband's relatives. Much appreciated.

LOFTHOUSEVery helpfulThis is a very helpful resource. Thanks for all the work youput into it.

DENNISONExcellent help!Very speedy response. Extremely useful. Have used this resource twice now and would recommend. Do you have any contacts in West Africa???!, Another great grandfather dies there.

ARNOLDThank you for the service that you proviThank you for the service that you provide, without it we would not have such lovely photo's or even know where our family were laid to rest.

GEERINGFantastic website a lot of information. Fantastic website a lot of information. Found the link via Ancestry. Thank you for the photo.

BRIDGET KETTBridget kettThank you for your image ... I am hoping this may help me work out how bridget became married to two brothers and ended up having her first child in the West Indies.

WILLIAM ISAACGreat GrandparentsThank you so much for sending me photographs of my Great Grandparents Grave in Devon. I am already planning to visit and perhaps give it some TLC. I cannot tell you how thrilled I was to see it.

PRICEVery pleased to find this photograph, asVery pleased to find this photograph, as I was directed to an unmarked plot when I visited the cemetery, so missed it entirely! However, the name of the person has been mistranscribed. It should read Hubert Price and not Herbert Price.

BLIZZARDJohn Blizzard Headstone, SuffolkThank you for your prompt response, I did not expect to get an answer back the very next day. Living in Australia with relatives who came from England I have found this service so valuable.

ASHLEYHawkhills, Easingwold researchWhat a terrific resource. Found completely by chance but will be coming back to find more grave details. I will certainly try and add some pictures from my own local churchyard. Henry Cooper Ashley is the father of Katharine Love (nee Ashley) who married Joseph Horatio Love, a Durham coal mine owner and who lived at Hawkhills, Easingwold.

MARTINMartin headstone, St Katherine's Church, MersthamThis is just an amazing service and I cannot thank you enough for providing me with a photo of my great great great grandfather's headstone. My request was responded to within a couple of hours, which is also pretty impressive!

HERBERT HARRY CADEOrdering and Receiving ImagesBrilliant resource: ordered 2 images and received them the next day :-) Thank you for doing this: it's appreciated.

JOHNSONThanksMany thanks for the images of the grave inscriptions that you so kindly provided. The information has been very useful in my family history research.

HARDINGTHANK YOUA big thank you for providing this service and for the amazingly quick response. Much appreciated.

SCARLEScarle George WalterThank you for the photograph of the grave stone of George Walter Scarle

LAPIDGEThank youThis site is an invaluable asset to family research.

BALLmany thanks for the picture most helpfulmany thanks for the picture most helpful

Fanny Louisa CowlingGreat aid to finding family members, many thanks.

MICKLEThank you for this headstone image. It Thank you for this headstone image. It has been helpful

Thanks for the quick turnaround. UnfortThanks for the quick turnaround. Unfortunately the headstone didn't have the information I was hoping for.

CREEDArthur Creed & Irene Evelyn (wife) 1903-1997Thank you again for all your dedicated effort in this important work.

SOWDENMany thanksThe gravestone photo confirms my conclusions (and inevitably negates that of other trees on Ancestry), and for that I'm most grateful

WALKERThank you!Thank you so much. Living in Canada and researching in England can be difficult. After 20+ years of research, these are the 1st actual gravestones that I have seen! So exciting. Thank you to all of the volunteers and site overseers! What a great site. I'm excited to start adding some Canadian photos! Found in Holy Trinity, Low Moor (where dozens of my relatives are buried) Thomas, Sarah, Robert and Ginny Walker; of Low Moor And Martha and John Noble, Jenny, Elizabeth and Robert Walker, Jez and Eliza Ann Hudson

PATEThanks!Thank you very much for providing this wonderful resource. I only wished that I had discovered the website earlier and could have viewed my family graves when I made a visit to the UK

BONSERThank You Charles, Once again your quicThank You Charles, Once again your quick response was greatly appreciated. Keep up the good work. Kind regards, Karen / Sydney Aust.

POOLE & SHILLEYThank youThank you for providing such a wonderful resource

ThanksJust wanted to say a big thankyou for the speedy responses on photo requests. Very much appreciated!!!

MESTONThank youThank you again for this very useful resource.

ELLEN PRISCILLA ARCHIBALDRequest for Headstone photographThe Photo never showed up, and I cannot decipher the wording on the headstone that I copied from your site. The resolution is too low.

EARLEPhoto imageGreetings Charles from New Zealand. Thank you for the photo image of one of my ancestors. I am very pleased with the image's high quality, which will now be placed on his profile page in my Family Tree.

RAWDENGrave No. 144620; Image 154 - Leslie and Mary RawdenMany thanks for the image, and for the speed with which you provided it. It has proved invaluable in my family research. I have one comment. This is not a complaint, merely an observation. The image is a little out of focus, and on a slight slant. If anyone has the opportunity to take a better quality photograph and upload it, I think this would be an improvement. I live more than 200 miles away, but may be in the area next month. If I am, Iíll take a new picture and upload it.

HUTCHINGSThank you for an excellent site. AnotherThank you for an excellent site. Another discovery through Ancestry.

WILSONThank youJust to say thank you for the lovely clear photograph of the headstone and that I'm really impressed with the ease of getting the larger version of said photograph, and it's free too.

CLARKEPhoto of Elsie & Aloysius SMITH's graveThank you for a clear and useful photo of the above's grave

GISTWilliam GistThank you for the photo of William Gist's grave in Stoke Climsland. It turns out that he is buried with his parents and this has proved useful in my research of the Gist family.

MAISAdah Mary Mais monument.Thank you for the photograph it adds the final piece to the research. First class site

HUNTINGFORDThank you for the imageI'm researching my family tree and stumbled across this website which had helped me with info about Cedric and Anne Huntingford. Many thanks for your help.

FEWSON / WINGPaulina Fewson and John WingVery much appreciated resource. Researching Wing family and thereby, by marriage, Paulina Fewson. Great to find where she is buried, I understand she died after a smallpox vaccination. Thank you once again.

Brilliant service!Thank you so much for providing this resource. My ancestors are scattered over northern England and I live in the south so do not have the opportunity to visit the numerous churchyards where they are buried

MARCHMARCH Many thanks for providing a fantastic resource such as this. It is VERY much appreciated.


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