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Laura L. Brandt Cummings
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Birth: May 24, 1888
Herkimer
Herkimer County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 22, 1957
Rome (Oneida County)
Oneida County
New York, USA

Rome Sentinel
September 23, 1957

Mrs. Laura L. Cummings, 70, wife of Fred L. Cummings, 119 N. Washington St., died Sunday evening in a Rome hospital. She had been in poor health for some time.

Mrs. Cummings, mother of three Romans, was born May 24, 1887, in Herkimer, daughter of William and Aurelia Pearl Brandt. She was married 52 years ago to LeRoy Bronson, who died in 1920. Later in 1920 she was married to Mr. Cummings, who survives.

She was a Rome resident most of her life and was of the Methodist faith.

Also surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Marion Podkowka, Boonville, Mrs. Henrietta Bussiere, Mrs. Harry Brewer, and Mrs. Bernard Carlin, all of Syracuse, and Mrs. Joseph Orlando, Freehold, NJ, four sons, Charles H. Bronson, David R. Cummings, and Kenneth H. Cummings, all of Rome, and Fred L. Cummings, Syracuse, a sister, Mrs. David Weismiller, Rome, and 27 grandchildren. 
 
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 Spouses:
  LeRoy Bronson (1874 - 1920)
  Fred L. Cummings (1885 - 1960)
 
 Children:
  Mary Elizabeth Cummings (1933 - 1935)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Rome Cemetery
Rome (Oneida County)
Oneida County
New York, USA
Plot: Sect M Lot 7A
 
Created by: Tombstone Hunter
Record added: Jun 09, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19800727
Laura L. <i>Brandt</i> Cummings
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Laura L. <i>Brandt</i> Cummings
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Laura L. <i>Brandt</i> Cummings
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