|Joan Pacitti||Francis Costigan's memorial|
Hi Ardis: I'm so sorry it has taken me to get back to you about your transferring Mr. Costigan's memorial to me.
Unfortunately, I broke a bone in my neck 3 weeks ago and have been pretty limited on computer work.
I'm healing very well, for which I am very thankful.
I'm so sorry it has taken me so long.
|Joan Pacitti||Francis X. Costigan's memorial|
Hi Ardis: I don't know how to add Mr. Costigan's gravestone photo to the memorial I created. Is there any way that you can do it? If not, I'll ask around. I know you want to delete his memorial. I know his and his wife's dates of death won't show, but since I can locate the cemetery, maybe I can go down to the cemetery and take a photo. If you can't forward the gravestone photo, please let me know and I'll get to Cape May before the weather turns.
|Joan Pacitti||Francis and Claire Costigan's memorials|
Hi: I entered a memorial today for Mr. Francis X. Costigan who passed away on 3/28/2014. When I entered it, I noticed that you had entered him and his wife, Claire already, however, they were still alive at the time that you entered them back in 2007.
Claire's memorial number is 23487201 - In Mr. Costigan's obituary, it was noted that Mrs. Costigan passed away in 2012, no month or day of death given.
Mr. Costigan's memorial that you created is No. 23487199. The obituary I entered today states that he was born on 11/13/1921.
The number for my memorial is 128764255.
Do you want to enter the photo of their gravestone on the memorial I created? I know it won't show the year of death.
Whatever you decide to do is fine. I'm going to link them together.
|Terry||Mark and Anna Sooy|
Thanks so much for the transfer and taking the time to photograph and memorialize them.
Added by Terry on Apr 02, 2013 3:47 PM
|Judith Warner Bookwalter||emma j lukenbaugh crull|
would you please add this obit to her memorial
The Evening Sentinel, Carlisle, PA, Tuesday, March 3, 1936
Loysville, Mar. 3.—Mrs. Emma J. Crull, aged 75 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. K. Lightner, Loysville, Saturday. She was a daughter of Adam and Lanah? Stambaugh Lukenbaugh and was born in York County. She was a member of the Landisburg Church of God. She was married to James Crull, of Kennedy's Valley, February 24, 1884. Crull died a few years ago.
Surviving are the following children: Arthur, of Kennedy's Valley; Mrs. D. K. Lightner, Loysville; Mrs. David Yohn, Greenpark; Ida, of Landisburg; Mrs. E. A. Shakely, of Pittsburgh; Oscar, near Newville; Mrs. Glenn Whitmer, of Bonny Brook; thirty-nine grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. John Keller, and a brother, Edward Luckenbaugh, of Marysville.
Funeral services were held in Landisburg Church of God this afternoon by her pastor, Rev. H. P. Johns. Burial was in the Landisburg Cemetery.
|Laurie Updike||Jane Ritchie|
Thank you so much for the photo! I really appreciate it.-Laurie