|Joan Pacitti (#39820900)|
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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 want to thank all those who have been so kind to me.
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|Malcolm Hall||Jayne S. Ferrigno|
If you want to add all your info on her memorial I will transfer it to you. Thanks for the offer. Malcolm Hall
|Robert & Sam Hanson||George Hanson, Jr.|
Many thanks for creating and transferring the memorial. All you do is appreciated. You did the same for George's mom several years ago.
|Elizabeth Ann||Find A Grave|
Hi I am Elizabeth Ann #47505444, if you like you can put his obituary(Irwin Krasner #104410175) I do not know how to do it, I can transfer him to you thank you God Bless you
|Laura Hawkins||Non existant markers for family members|
I was reading some of the open posts on your Find A Grave page and found the mention of numerous family members laid to rest in a family plot without any markers to denote the fact that they are there.
I am running into the same situation with several groups of my family. I haven't decided how to go about it at this time as budgets are an issue but I did find a discount marker company on line that can manufacture a ground level marker for under or around $200. It just takes a bit of searching the internet and negotiating with the stone company on multiple stone creations.
Just a thought and know that your are not alone in trying to figure out how to memorialize the lives of our kin who possibly couldn't afford a stone at the time of the death.
I'm so glad to hear from you and want to thank you for visiting my parents. I am doing alot better getting around on the site. I try to visit as many as I can but I have a really hard time with children. There are times I have to get off the computer for awhile because their stories are so painful.
God bless & take care, Johanna
Added by Johanna on Feb 28, 2013 5:29 AM
|CCurry||RE: The name Curry|
The Curry's are my husband's family. The earliest Curry I have is James b. 1739 in Ireland and dying in Pittsylvania Co VA 1817. From there the family moved to Maury Co Tn and then after his horse ranch in TN was destroyed by the Union soldiers they moved to Texas and ended up in Mercury TX.
Added by CCurry on Feb 26, 2013 3:18 PM
|Graves||RE: James Lyons memorial|
Sending you the death notice - there isn't much in there that you don't already have...
Added by Graves on Feb 24, 2013 3:43 PM
|Marie Van Laeys||John Hornung|
This is my Uncle John. If you are related I can share a lot of family history on Hornung.
|Debbie||RE: Albert Quercetti's memorial|
Hello, yes, Charles was certainly way too young. Such a handsome young man.
Added by Debbie on Feb 21, 2013 7:18 PM
|FutureAncestor||RE: Mary Ann Edick's memorial|
Thank you Joan!!
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