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Simon J Codori, Jr.

WW1 draft record

Wedding invitation. 1897

 

Information from Patti Kehler's web site, about 2001
 
 Simon John Codori, Jr. (b. May 24, 1874, d. April 22, 1931)
 Simon John Codori, Jr. (son of Simon Jacob Cordary/Codori and Mathilda L. Norbeck) was born May 24, 1874 in Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA. and died April 22, 1931 in Ingram (suburb of Pittsburgh), PA.. He married Winifred Mathews on June 9, 1897.
 
 Notes for Simon John Codori, Jr.:
 Was 57 years old at death. His mother was 88 years old and residing in Emmitsburg.
 
 
 
 More About Simon John Codori, Jr.:
 Baptised: May 31, 1874, St. Francis Xavier Church, Gettysburg, Adams Co., Pa..
 Ethnicity/Relig.: ROMAN CATHOLIC/ ST. FRANCIS XAVIER.
 Event 2: Married: Winifred Mathews.
 Occupation: BUTCHER.
 Residence: GETTYSBURG, PA..
 
 More About Simon John Codori, Jr. and Winifred Mathews:
 Marriage: June 9, 1897

An EBay item

From the Washington post Feb 10, 1906

 

Images below courtesy of Mike Wheat.

The original St. Philip Church sat to the right of the graves in the picture above:
About 1903, the church was replaced by a much larger church uphill on the same property,
but the original church was still here in the 1960s. In any event, I wanted to provide some
perspective which seems to indicate that the Codori graves were in a prominent part
of the cemetery, although they are on the left side of the church as pictured.