Pemberton has nice examples of homes of that era. I went to Pemberton High school, and rode through that town for 7 years to school on a bus. A man named Lyman was mentioned above. I picked blueberries as a teen for 4(?) summers, 2 of them for Lyman Simpkins. Do you see anything about him Guy?
Likely him when he was young. When I picked berries for him in 1968 or so, he was in his 60's seems to me.4/22/1939
Car Hits School Bus, Both Drivers Arrested
Pemberton...... Fred Norcross, Jr, of Pemberton, former president of the Burlington County Young Republicans, escaped with minor injuries yesterday when his car crashed into the rear of a Pemberton township school bus.
The bus, driven by Lyman Simpkins, stopped to pick up it's first passengers when Norcross crashed into it. He charged Simpkins did not signal that he intended to stop and failed to pull off the road. Simpkins was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Thomas J. Piston, of Browns Mills, charged with parking on the highway and Norcross was arraigned on a careless driving charge. Both were fined $2, which was suspended, and paid court costs.
Norcorss was treated by Dr. William E. Bray for cuts of the nose, forehead and hand. The front of the machine was demolished.
May be the dad????
Love these.I am always on the lookout for anything pine barrens related in old newspaper articles I find. This obituary interested me.
Albert H. Stackhouse