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The kings & I : the Montague millennium; 1,000 years of worldwide family history

by Skiles Fielding Montague
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Bradenton, Florida : S.F. Montague, [2002?]
44 p. : ill. (some col.), coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

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Recorded on CD-ROM with: A genealogical history of the Montague family in Fayette and Somerset counties, Pennsylvania -- Sheeler's family history.

Drago De Monte-Acuto was born in 1040 in Montagules-Bois, Normandy. He died in 1125 in Somerset, England. Traces his descendants in England and Wales to Peter Montague (1603-1659), son of Peter Montague and Eleanor Allen, who emigrated in 1621 and settled in Lancaster County, Virginia. Peter married Cicely Reynolds and they had six children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Florida. Some ancestors spelled their name Montacute.

Also available on microfiche, CD-ROM (Bradenton, Fla. : S.F. Montague, 2003. 1 computer optical disc : col. ; 4 3/4 in.), and digital images.

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A genealogical history of the Montague family in Fayette and Somerset Counties, Pennsylvania

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