I don't see any kind of death notice in the clippings of the chester county historical society under Alma Howard.
Let's try to narrow down a possible cemetery. "Exton" has a couple of church cemeteries- depending on your definition of Exton's boundaries.
A religious preference would be helpful if known.
St. Paul's Episcopal is in West Whiteland Twp, of which Exton is also located, and is a strong possibility.
Others are St. Paul's UCC, Saint Paul's Lutheran. Philadelphia Memorial Park could loosely be called Exton, but I don't think that was established in 1912.
Of course we are taking Aunt Thelma's word that she is buried in EXTON- could be one of the surrounding areas.
Likewise I don't see any death notices for John or Lila Howard.
Let me know if you can provide anything else on her and we'll take another crack at it..
(I can't help in Delaware County, where Lawn Croft is located)
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