An international directory of grave monuments

Grave monument directories are available for the following countries (show all countries):

Key features

  1. FREE images taken by volunteers (can you help?)
  2. View all the images you have requested
  3. Search for a specific name
  4. Search for a specific cemetery
  5. Search text within the notes held against each person
  6. List all different surnames
  7. List all different maiden names
  8. List all different family names
  9. List all records for a surname
  10. List all records for a maiden name
  11. List all records for a family name
  12. List all name records for a particular village / town / city
  13. List all family relationships mentioned on a monument.
  14. List all cemeteries and graveyards.
  15. List all war memorials.
  16. List all photographed cemeteries within a region.
  17. List all details recorded for a specific monument.
  18. List people who have died in different ways.
  19. List cemeteries to be added to GPR.
  20. List frequently asked questions (FAQ).
  21. List other genealogical sites.
  22. List comments / feedback / help requests.
  23. List what new on the website.
  24. Add extra information to the images you have requested

GPR statistics

There are now:

within GPR.

Many graves now have more than one photo.

No charge is made for any of these images.

Latest added

St Nicholas
St Nicholas
Added on 24 September 2016
photographed and indexed by Steve Lockwood

Latest News

Now over 549,000 graves and 1,185,000 names

There are now over half a million graves and a million names on the GPR database!

September 2016: Frequently asked questions (FAQs) section improved and extended.

The FAQ section section has now been improved so that it is easier to find a page about a specific problem.

August 2016: Send a message to someone who has already requested a specific grave monument photograph.

This feature is now available on any grave detail page where someone has already requested a photograph.

The system allows you to send a message but it is up to the person receiving the message as to whether they reply or not.

You will not be given their email address.

August 2016: Breadcrumb trail to help find a grave within a cemetery.

It is often difficult to find a particular grave within a cemetery even if you have a photograph of what it looks like.

The GPR has now added a new feature to the grave pages on the website. This feature allows someone viewing a grave to see thumbnail images of the graves that were photographed immediately before and after the grave they are interested in.

March 2016: The search system has been extended

Two new A-Z searches have been added: maiden and family names. A family name is where there is a surname as the last name of the forenames. This was a common practice before the middle of the 20th century.

There are also two new individual maiden and family name search routines.

February 2016: GPR website more responsive for different devices

All pages within the website have been re-written to allow visitors to select the level of detail that is displayed.

This can be done by selectng the required detail level within the change the amount of detail displayed box.