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Derry History Cross Puzzle

Across
The last name of the Derry native who has won several Olympic medals.
The last name of a signer of the Declaration of Independence from Derry.
The last name of the colonel who built the first shoe factory in Derry in 1870.
The dog of the most famous family living in Derry.
The last name of the Derry resident who was the first American in space.
The name of the dairy company begun in Derry, but later moved to Boston.
The last name of the Derry resident who founded Mount Holyoke College.
The last name of a Derry colonel who remained loyal to King George III.
The Christian denomination of the European settlers of Derry.
The last name of the American jazz vocalist who lived in Derry.
The town whose name means "a hill covered with oak trees."
The last name of the Derry British and American military innovator.
The last name of the Pulitzer Prize winning poet who lived in Derry.
The kingdom from which the European ancestors of the founders of Derry came.
The name of the lake on the shore of which the first Derry sermon was delivered.
Down
The last name of the Derry resident who has hosted many television travel shows.
The last name of the pastor of the first church of Derry.
The name of the town from which Derry separated in 1827.
The earliest European name for the Town of Derry.
The name of the high school for Derry students.
The last name of the Derry Town Historian.
The native nation of people who inhabited the area around Derry first.
The town in Northern Ireland from which the first settlers of Derry came.
The name of the main commercial street in Derry from its beginning.
The name of the street extension on which the most famous family of Derry lives.
The name of the ship on which the first settlers of Derry sailed.
The first crop of its kind planted in the New World in Derry.
The last name of the Derry resident who pitched for Boston and Chicago.
The last name of the Derry general who coined the motto "Live free or die."
An early product for which Derry became famous.