Harry M. Lewis, who is successfully engaged in the insurance and real estate business at Fulton, is a veteran
of the World War. He was born in this city, Sept. 14, 1898, the son of Harry P. and Sarah (Preston) Lewis.
Harry P. Lewis is a member of one of the oldest families of Oswego County. He has spent 30 years in the employ
of the Hunter Arms Company of Fulton. His wife was also born in this city. They have two sons: 1. William, who
is identified with the Victoria Paper Mills, of Fulton. 2. Harry M., the subject of this sketch.
After his graduation from Fulton High School in 1917, Harry M. Lewis enlisted in the U. S. Navy, and served throughout
the war period, being discharged in June, 1919. He has since been interested in business in Fulton, and represents
the Aetna Affiliated Insurance Company.
On June 15, 1922, Mr. Lewis married Miss Edith Brown, of Homestead, Pa., the daughter of Frederick and Etta Brown,
who are residents of Oswego. They have a son, Richard E., born in 1923.
Mr. Lewis is a Republican and from 1922 until 1930 was supervisor of the Second and Third Wards. He has since served
as clerk of the board of supervisors and is also park commissioner of Fulton. Mr. Lewis attends the State Street
Church, and belongs to the Elks Lodge and American Legion, Homer Russell Smith Post No. 587.
The North Country
A History, Embracing
Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego, Lewis
and Franklin Counties, New York.
By: Harry F. Landon
Historical Publishing Company
Indianopolis, Indiana 1932
Oswego County, NY
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