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From: "John" <>
Subject: [LEWTER] Buck's Family
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2002 08:10:35 -0400
Whew!! Thanks a lot, Susan. But I have them all entered in
my data base. Thanks, really, though.
I have a few additional dates if you need them. Especially on
the children of Buck that have passed on. At the time I was
carrying on a correspondence with these family members
that have now passed on I never realized the importance of
up-dating family group sheets. Now, I wish I had done more
and asked more questions. So much of this early history is
A good example is my mom. I had asked her just a few
nights ago if my grand-father had an uncle that had passed
away before her birth and she had told me that she didn;t
think so. If I had not found those two letters in the back of a
file drawer from the two then living sons of William we would
still be digging for him. And, even with them I had failed to
ask truly revelent questions.
In response to your question on my Jerry Lewter posting, I
am not sure. There are now, and have been in the past few
years, so many Jerry Lewters in our area of research that
more diging will need to be done.
As for the Reed Lewter, I don't think so, as I believe the
Stanley Reed Lewter was a son of Edwin Reed Lewter and
Elizabeth B. Lewter. Again, more work needs to be done
here. Although, going on the dates, this Edwin Reed could
very possibly be a son of Jerry Sterling. Edwin was born 10
So much work needs to be done here.