|city, state||Texarkana, Arkansas|
|Message||While on temporary assignment to Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, PA,in the late 1980's I met Rick Codori and was absolutely facinated by his knowledge of the Battle at Gettysburg. Rick loaned me a copy of the book "High Tide of the Confederacy" which hightened my visit to the Battlefield. I am forever grateful for his kind and gracious act.|
I also visited his Toy Store and together we dined at the Farnsworth (SP) restaurant. Another very pleasurable experience.
As I recall, he sat a bunch of us "southern" boys down in his mother's kitchen and we cracked crab.
I would dearly like to once again know how he is doing. If anyone knows about his whereabouts, I would greatly like to rekindle the friendship and swap some more war stories.
Since my retirement, I am now able to research the civil war and was doing so digging into Gen George Pickett when I ran across the fact that the "charge" passed through the Codori cornfield. The picture of the farm is as I remembered it. Great choice for a home page leading picture.
|Message||Thank you Bill for posting the flier of the|
Codori Christmas dinner. We hope to see you
again this year and I sincerely hope to see my
many other relatives! If anyone has any
questions, please do not hesitate to email me.
The website looks great. Thanks for all your
work on it, Diana
posted 03-Sep-2005 19:38:37
|Message||Thank you for your kind memories that you wanted|
to share with us, I'm happy to have been part of
this big family, I'm personally glad because you
gave me the chance to remember how you can feel
part of something so big even though there are
not blood ties and especially during this tough
period, it is so beautiful to share such nice
things that i hope you'll not forget me for the
next time.I live in Soriano, 1 hour distance from
Rome, Italy, right now i cannot go back to U.S.
because of the restriction of the law, i hope one
day to meet you and to thank you personally for
your kindness.Ciao isabella
posted 13-Aug-2005 06:56:10
|city, state||Bridgeville, PA|
|Message||I am from Nicholas Codori Family- Graddaughter |
of Simon J. Codori and Winifred M Codori ,
(Ingram, Pa). I am Edward Gerard Codori's
Daughter, Christy Codori Humanic Sister. Amanda
Codori 's Aunt, who are also on this web site.
My Husband And I just visited Gettysburg On
July 8, 2005. We stop every once in while while
passing thru that area. We love it there. I
use to write to Catherine Codori Cole Before
she passed.She was very generous with family
history. She was my Dad's Cousin. I never
realize there are so many Codoris everywhere.
posted 12-Aug-2005 23:05:49
|Message||What an amazing and informative site. Would |
that all families put such effort in. This must
be a major source of communication among the
Codori family at a time when families can so
easily drift apart. I am a long standing friend
of Carol and was fascinated to read so much
about her and the family. This is especially
since I have the habit of thinking that the
family origins are in Italy when, in fact, they
are in France the same as my own origins.
Do maintain the site and I will visit again.
My warm wishes to the multitude of Codoris.
posted 30-Jul-2005 11:08:56
|city, state||Los Altos|
|Message||My Great grandmother was Catherin Codori Staub |
married to Francis Steinmetz of Baltimore, MD
posted 11-Jul-2005 12:44:20
|Message||This website has come along way. Thanks to all |
posted 29-Apr-2005 13:57:05
|city, state||San Diego|
|Message||Hi Uncle Bill,|
This is such an amazing site...I am just amazed
at all the work that had to have gone into it.
The pictures are awesome and the information on
all the family members is just unbelieveable..I
really enjoy and I saved you to my favorites.
Look forward to checking in every now and then!
posted 14-Apr-2005 21:36:14
Just wanted to check out any new pictures or
posted 14-Apr-2005 13:19:09
|city, state||Thousand Palms, Ca|
|Message||Best of luck!|
posted 30-Mar-2005 16:21:41
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