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NameMark Kianka
Date2013-07-01
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MessageHi, Tom! My sister and I were born and raised on Adella Ave. in Bromley. We attended Farmingdale and Greenwood schools. We often reminesece about the Fairgrounds, watching the fireworks from our corner, the smell of Bayer Aspirin, and the old horn from the firehouse! We're in the burbs now, but still have a lot of great memories of our old neighborhood! May not have been the hoi polloi of Hamilton, but it was home! Injoy uour column very much!
Mark


NamePat Goble Tomko
Date2013-01-29
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MessageMy husband and I were "Bromley kids." He lived on Nottingham Way and I lived on Hollywood Drive in the 50's. We remember sledding down Bromley Hill, going to Farmingdale and Greenwood Schools, the flood of the Delaware that raised the creek from Hollywood Drive to Nottingham Way, our wedding reception at the Bromley Inn in 1963 and many more things. Also, Judge David Naar was my grandmother's uncle and I have a copy of the family tree. He not only was a judge but the editor and publisher of the True American Newspaper in Trenton that later became the Trenton Times.


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Date2012-11-29
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NameDavid N Copper
Date2012-03-14
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MessageWow! Who would have thought, a website for Bromley. My family lived at 43 Park Lane one door away from the Delehantys, across the street from the Keims, Stumpos, the Blumels, the Whittakers, the Deloziers, the Ballas, the Witkowskis, the Berishes, the Thompsons, the Schwartzs, etc. What a great neighborhood. Bromley field, Pond Run, the tennis court/skating rink, Moses then Kivlers, the Bromley Ranch House. Who could forget national creek week. The "Herman Bush" song. The "Epics". Who remembers the cursing street. Peace out Dave Copper


NameTony Mig
Date2012-03-10
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MessageI lived at 24 Adella Ave. in the 50's, 60's & 70's. As a young boy I was lucky enough to have had Brian Sutton as a next door neighbor & best friend. It saddened me greatly to learn of his fate.
I was & still am a proud "Bromley Boy". I come down from my home in the Poconos a few times a year to visit.
I wonder if you might know the name of the soft ice cream stand at the corner of E. State St. & Victor Ave. in the early 1960's ?


NameJerry Festa
Date2011-10-02
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MessageLived at 1726 East State Street from 1956-1968. Went to Farmingdale and Greenwood Schools. It was once a great neighborhood and had a blasy growing up there.


NameJerry Festa
Date2011-10-02
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MessageLived at 1726 East State Street from '56-'68. It was a fun neighborhood to grow up in with a lot of characters.


NameErycleproopay
Date2011-07-20
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MessageYes, really.


NameGloria Muschiatti Asterino
Date2011-04-13
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MessageI was told about your site by Dick Ridolfi and Ernie Berrisford. I didn't realize you had a Bromley site. I grew up in Bromley--251 Johnston Ave, between East State Street and Greeenwood Aves.

It was a wonderful place to grow up. My brother, Larry, and I always say that we were so lucky to grow up there. Bromley field was our mainstay during the summer. Farmingdale School's summmer playground provided us with organized baseball teams.

Also, Hepner's field which was located behind Rich and Phil Hepner's house and Mr. Collis's house was another baseball outlet for all the kids in the neighborhood.

Also, during the summer we enjoyed our weekly trips to the library on Greenwood avenue. A large group of us would walk there and sit on the lawn of the library to read the books. Many times we'd go back in to exchange our books for new ones because we'd read them outside.

My parents left the area in 1984 because my dad was mugged three times--once right in front of our house. They moved to Hopewell Township. It was so hard for them to leave.

I am so thankful that I had such a wonderful, happy, and active childhood.

Gloria Asterino


NameGloria Muschiatti Asterino
Date2011-04-13
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MessageI was told about your site by Dick Ridolfi and Ernie Berrisford. I didn't realize you had a Bromley site. I grew up in Bromley--251 Johnston Ave, between East State Street and Greeenwood Aves.

It was a wonderful place to grow up. My brother, Larry, and I always say that we were so lucky to grow up there. Bromley field was our mainstay during the summer. Farmingdale School's summmer playground provided us with organized baseball teams.

Also, Hepner's field which was located behind Rich and Phil Hepner's house and Mr. Collis's house was another baseball outlet for all the kids in the neighborhood.

Also, during the summer we enjoyed our weekly trips to the library on Greenwood avenue. A large group of us would walk there and sit on the lawn of the library to read the books. Many times we'd go back in to exchange our books for new ones because we'd read them outside.

My parents left the area in 1984 because my dad was mugged three times--once right in front of our house. They moved to Hopewell Township.

I am so thankful that I had such a wonderful, happy, and active childhood.

Gloria Asterino


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