|Joan Pacitti (#39820900)|
| || member for 15 years, 4 months, 15 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I am a homemaker. I am married, no children. My hobbies include genealogy among other things. I have other interests also. I volunteer for our library by delivering library materials to people who are homebound. I love to read and play computer games (those that challenge my mind).|
I have decided I won't be contributing memorials to FindAGrave, except for those who pass away from my church, the Church of St. Bridget in Glassboro, NJ. I will, however, correct any that need correcting, so please e-mail me. I will also transfer any memorials to those who request them.
I don't know why there's a statement on my Profile page stating that I'm a photo volunteer. That's not true. I have done a few photos, but am NOT a photo volunteer.
I have been back on F. A. G. for some time now and have been trying to add information from the new Edit column. I'm doing the best I can.
Sometimes I do get Suggest A Correction in the traditional way and that's fine, however, if you DON'T list an e-mail address or LEAVE A PUBLIC MESSAGE statement and I have a question, I can NOT get back to you.
If I can't get back to you, I may not be able to do what's suggested.
NOTE: LEAVING A PUBLIC MESSAGE IS FINE. FOR SOME REASON, THIS IS NOT SHOWN UNDER MY PROFILE.
ON MARCH 18, 2014, MY DEAR BROTHER HARRY J. O'TOOLE, SR. PASSED AWAY. I HAVE ENTERED A MEMORIAL FOR HIM ON THIS SITE AND IF ANYONE WOULD LIKE TO ADD A REMEMBRANCE, YOU ARE PERFECTLY WELCOME TO DO SO.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
ON MARCH 21, 2015, ANOTHER ONE OF MY BROTHERS PASSED AWAY. MY BROTHER JOHN P. O'Toole, Sr. passed away unexpectedly from heart problems. He went quickly and quietly. You are more than welcome to leave remembrances on his memorial for which I thank you.
ON JULY 18, 2015, ANOTHER MEMBER OF MY FAMILY PASSED AWAY. MY SISTER ANN WENEY(NEE O'TOOLE) PASSED ON.
NOTE; I WANT TO THANK THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE LEFT REMEMBRANCES FOR MY BROTHER HARRY. SOME CONTRIBUTORS DON'T HAVE PUBLIC MESSAGES AND THERE IS NO WAY I CAN ACKNOWLEDGE THEIR KINDNESS.
ALSO, I WON'T BE ADDING NEW MEMORIALS. I WILL BE ADDING TO MY OWN FAMILY, THE O'TOOLES, THE FERROS, AND THE PACITTIS.
|Messages left for Joan Pacitti (404)||[Leave Message]|
|Sandy Boyd||RE: Eleanor Thomas' memorial|
|B Newman||RE: Mary Taylor's memorial edit|
I'm just now looking at my messages... It's been a long time. I'd like any information you can provide about Mary Taylor (nee Bowers). What I know is that she married a Leonard Arthur Taylor in 1930 in Pennsylvania and that she was the daughter of Melvin Taylor Bowers and Icie Dora Fleming. Her middle name is Ethel. On the other memorial, she is listed as the youngest of 13 children, but my records show she was the fourth child of twelve (that I know of).
Added by B Newman on Jun 19, 2016 12:33 PM
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||Eslick|
I think we can safely put Voorhees, Gloucester County, NJ= as that is where he is also buried
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||RE: Joseph Eslick's memorial|
yes I will, I'll get back to you
|Rich D.||RE: Mr. Battaglia's memorial|
Hi Joan! No, that's ok, I know them, but not closely. The shiny stones are nice but it took about 5 tries to not get my legs in the pics! Who is your cousin at St. Joes? It's a nice cemetery, they keep it really nice. There was A LOT of flags, from Memorial Day, all over the ground from the heavy winds we've been having. I tried to stick as many as I could back in the ground. I grew up in Gibbstown, which back then was 99.9% Italian catholics, so I know/knew most of the families buried there.
Added by Rich D. on Jun 14, 2016 12:04 PM
|Rich D.||RE: Vincent Battaglia's memorial|
Thank you! There was a photo request for him. Very beautiful stone... VERY shiny! I had a heck of a time trying to take the pictures without the reflection of my legs/shoes in the pictures! LOL! And yes, he was a handsome man, all of the Battaglia's are good looking, I know almost all of them. Rich.
Added by Rich D. on Jun 13, 2016 7:41 PM
|Ms. Clyde||RE: Resurrection Cemetery|
No. I just experienced searching for some friends/relatives and found out that searching for born/died dates work better if they are entered. So had some time on my hands. Good luck with the other. Recommend entering a memorial, then asking for a photo. Someone might just do that for you.
|Leslie Filemyr||RE: Edward Herman's memorial|
Joan, thanks for the transfer of my cousin's husband! Thanks also for your many contributions to the Find A Grave community.
As to my Irish ancestors, I don't have any O'Tooles or Currys that I know of at this time. I have only been able to get back to my 3x great grandparents, In several cases, I know my 4x great grandmothers came from Ireland but I don't have their maiden names. Names that I have of ancestors that I'm sure came from Ireland are Crozier, Donaldson, Wallace, Caterson, McAnally, McBryne, and Montgomery.
|Lillian Fisher Curylo||RE: Jason Sweeney's memorial|
It was the least I could do. I saw the story on TV and it broke my heart. I hope they're still locked up. I believe what comes around goes around. One day, they will get theirs. Best regards, Lillian
|Kimber Lowers||RE: Bryan Foley's memorial|
Yes, it certainly is a beautiful memorial. I made Bryan a memorial when I saw he did not have one while doing a little research for his brother Sean Foley. We were in school together. I am always sending friends of mine neat stuff on their ancestors. I am a ancestry junkie.And when I get stuck on something and need a break from my 30+ trees, I pick a friend off Facebook and surprise them with any articles,war papers and even pics I find on their lines. SEAN liked it. Couldn't wait to show his mum. Lol. Thanks for ur help. KIMBER
|[View all messages...]|