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FACT SHEET LEWIS NEWSLETTER
A little about the newsletter! We started publishing the newsletter in January 1991. We provide a very important service by acting as a clearinghouse for Lewis genealogy information that researchers provide to us! We also research on the Internet, travel to major libraries, in addition to using our personal library of Lewis books for newsletter articles. Our publication is a quarterly published in January, April, July and October. The issues are 24 pages.
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Here's what I have on Peter Crotty
Generation No. 1
1.PETER CROTTY died in Niagara Falls, NY.He married KATE RYAN, daughter of JOHN RYAN and MARY HIGGINS.She was born in Ireland, and died in Niagara Falls, NY.
Child of PETER CROTTY and KATE RYAN is: i. TIMOTHY2 CROTTY.
Notes for TIMOTHY CROTTY: Was a Priest and served as a Chaplin in Attica Prison.