|David Blewster Knight (#47958606)|
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I'm David, and one of my many hobbies involves genealogy and family history, which I have pursued more than 30 years. I have watched Find A Grave's growth over the last several years and have found it to be an important and very useful resource. Hence, I have elected to become a more active participant, as time permits. As a volunteer, my prime interest is in assisting other genealogists and family historians in obtaining photographs of the graves of their kin.|
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28,533 Memorials Added
28,463 Memorials Managed
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|Jane ||memorial #142545217|
I may have some further information about Loy Raymond Broome. I have him on a 1930 Census the then 13 yr old son Lula M. Broome ......Hildalgo Parrish Texas. District 57 of the Census. If he died in 1941 he would have been about 23 yrs old.
(father Clarence is found on the 1920 Census in Colorado)
The Census can be seen at:
as listed below:
United States Census, 1930
Name Loy Broom
Event Type Census
Event Date 1930
Event Place Pharr, Hidalgo, Texas, United States
Marital Status Single
Race (Original) White
Relationship to Head of Household Son
Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Son
Birth Year (Estimated) 1917
Father's Birthplace Georgia
Mother's Birthplace Wisconsin
Sheet Letter B
Sheet Number 2
Lula M Broom Head F 42 Wisconsin
Elgin Broom Son M 17 Colorado
Forest Broom Son M 16 Wisconsin
Loy Broom Son M 13 Colorado
Leverne Broom Son M 9 Oklahoma
Stanley Broom Son M 6 Iowa
Citing this Record
"United States Census, 1930", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:CM63-VZM : 8 December 2015), Loy Broom in entry for Lula M Broom, 1930.
You will find his parents and other siblings at the following memorials:
Lula May Andrews #16627362
Clarence Eugene Broome #25766318
Elgin M. Broome #416240
Forrest Glee Broome #74829867
There was also a brother Stanley Broome who was living in Honolulu ca 1976 re his fathers obituary I have not found as yet and another brother LaVerne Broome of College Place, Washington I have not found. I have been researching the Broome family as my Great Grand Uncle Andrews, came to the US from England and married Lula May Broome in 1948...his 3rd marriage.
Hope this is of interest
Jane, Ottawa Ontario Canada
Added by Jane on Jul 09, 2016 11:50 AM
|Charles Affleck||Our sincere gratitude|
Dear David. I wish to express our sincere gratitude to you for the wonderful assistance that you have provided us in locating our 'long-lost' relatives Gilbert John Watson, Christina Margaret Affleck Watson and their daughter Alice Wellesley "Jeanne" Watson. Your efforts in going the 'extra-mile' are certainly greatly appreciated by us both. Charles Affleck (NZ) and Helen McFarlane (AUS)
|Kapali Kiaha||Mahalo Plenty!!|
David, thank you so much for all you were able to do to get that picture done and uploaded! I am extremely appreciative for your efforts and help! I am currently living in Utah and didn't know when I would be able visit again to take that picture. So thank you so so very much for being able to do that for me!
|Bob McLellan||RE: Adams|
David, thank you very much for taking the photos of both William and Sumiko Adams.
Thanks for adding the photo of Lewis Egnatovich's grave!
|Nan||RE: Winfred Roland Darr Jr|
Thank you, David you always will receive credit from me that's the least I can do for all your hard work. Thank you again, Nan
Added by Nan on Jun 19, 2016 3:13 PM
|Nan||Winfred Roland Darr Jr|
Hello David, may I use the photo you took of the names on the Honolulu memorial for my family tree, Winfred was a cousin that went down with the USS Bismarck. I give you full credit of course and always refer to the findagrave memorial page. Thank you so much for providing this photo and all of your hard work. Nan
Added by Nan on Jun 18, 2016 12:55 PM
|Kathy||Naukana Hikiau Aheong|
Thank you so much for adding my GGG grandmother and children to the site. Fantastic pictures, I've never seen the headstone before. Your work is very appreciated!
Her husband, Samuel P. Aheong (my GGG grandfather), was the first Chinese christian missionary in the Hawaiian Islands.
Added by Kathy on May 24, 2016 11:50 AM
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|Sara Cobb||RE: Alvin Allen Weaver|
That is wonderful, and so kind of you! I really appreciate it!
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