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NameJudi Wells
Date2010-01-10
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MessageI live just across the Delaware in PA. My research sometimes takes me to Trenton, and I have been fascinated with the Hamilton Square area. Many people have asked me if Bromley Place had anything to do with the Bromleys who worked at Ott & Brewer and are credited with developing American Belleek ware in the 1880's(?). They are buried in Greenwood Cemetery. Thx!


NameWP Themes
Date2009-12-28
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MessageI reckon the dispatch is decorous and on the point. This brief in point of fact helped me in my assignment.


NameRuben Rivera
Date2009-10-25
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MessageGreat site!!! Fowarded it to the class of "55" from Trenton Catholic.


Namesam marrone
Date2009-10-13
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Messagedo u have any pics of mickey palmer big bandbetween 40's and 50;s played in trenton a lot


Namemike ciaccio
Date2009-09-16
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MessageHi Tom,
Former USAFSS, '68-'72, radio intercept operator here. These days I do a little SWL and scanner monitoring here in Arkansas.
Many of the stately homes on Rt 33 just west of the Bromley Inn were built by Jack Barnes Sr. years ago. For more info, you may try to locate his grandson, Jack. He may still be the owner of Ocean County Coin & Stamps in Brick Twp. Young Jack bought out B & S Coin & Jewelery at the King's Fairground Mall in the early '80s.
Regards,
Mike
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Namemike ciaccio
Date2009-09-16
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MessageHi Tom,
Former USAFSS, '68-'72, radio intercept operator here. These days I do a little SWL and scanner monitoring here in Arkansas.
Many of the stately homes on Rt 33 just west of the Bromley Inn were built by Jack Barnes Sr. years ago. For more info, you may try to locate his grandson, Jack. He may still be the owner of Ocean County Coin & Stamps in Brick Twp. Young Jack bought out B & S Coin & Jewelery at the King's Fairground Mall in the early '80s.
Regards,
Mike
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