Person:Samuel Montgomery (12)

Samuel Montgomery
m. 1715
  1. Mary Montgomery
  2. Robert Montgomery1717 - 1789
  3. Hugh Montgomery1720 - 1779
  4. Margaret MontgomeryEst 1721 to 1735 -
  5. Samuel Montgomery1721 - 1797
  6. William Montgomery1723 - 1785
  7. John Montgomery1725 - 1805
  8. Capt. James MontgomeryEst 1729 - 1809
  9. Anne Montgomery1731 - 1808
  10. Joseph Montgomery1733 -
  11. Elizabeth Montgomery1737 - 1775
m. 1748
  1. Elizabeth Montgomery1750 -
  2. James MontgomeryAbt 1752 -
  3. Mary MontgomeryAbt 1754 -
  4. Samuel MontgomeryBef 1757 - Bef 1777
  5. William MontgomeryAbt 1756 - Abt 1825
  6. Robert MontgomeryAbt 1762 - 1823
  7. Nancy MontgomeryAbt 1764 -
  8. John MontgomeryAbt 1766 -
  9. Joseph Montgomery1768 - 1842
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Montgomery
Gender Male
Birth? 1721 Ulster, Donegal, Ireland
Marriage 1748 Lancaster County, Pennsylvaniato Margaret Nichols
Death? Jun 1797 Woodford County, Kentucky

Samuel Montgomery was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Land Records in Botetourt County, VA

  • Page 67. March 9, 1770. William Sawyers and Esther E. his wife, late Esther Crockett, widow of Jacob Crockett, to Samuel Montgomery. 200 acres of land, being a part of the 1150 acre survey. Consideration not given. Witnesses: Robert Doak, Arthur Campbell, Anthony Bledsoe, Valentine Harmon.
  • Page 72. February 5, 1770. Thomas Ramsey to Samuel McFarrin. 15 pounds. 130 acres on a branch of the Catawba River. Witnesses: John Montgomery, Robert Davis, Samuel Montgomery.


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - ORIGINAL PETITIONS AND PAPERS FILED IN THE COUNTY COURT., 1749. - We petitioners, being the frontier inhabitants of this colony, labor under great inconveniences for want of a road being opened from our settlement towards the landing, and there being (as we presume) a sufficient number of inhabitants to open one, we therefore humbly pray that your worship will be graciously pleased to take our case under your serious consideration and grant an order for a road to be opened from Zachariah Callhouns, on Reedy Creek, and thence to the Buffalo Lick and from thence the nearest and best way to Woods River, at the upper end of a small island below the mouth of the Little River, and thence towards the forks of Meadow Creek, and thence to the top of the dividing ridge between Woods River and the South Fork of Roanoke, and that John Vance and Alexander Sayers be appointed to mark and lay off said road from said Callhouns to Woods River, and that John Stroud and James Conley mark and lay off from thence to the aforesaid dividing ridge, etc. That John McFarland and Joseph Crockett be appointed overseers to open and clear said road from said Calhoun's to Woods River, with the subscribers and the adjacent inhabitants and that William Crispe and William Pellem be appointed overseers from Woods River to the aforesaid dividing ridge, etc., and we, your petitioners, shall pray. Hendery Battan, Jacob Goldman, Jacob Goldman, Frederick Cadock, John Scott, John Combe, Samuel Stonacie, Robert McFarland, John Stead, Mordecai Early, John Downing, Charles Sincler, Wiliam Sayers, William Hamilton, Robert V(N)orris, Samuel Mountgomery, Andrew Lynam, James Macee, James Heris, Robert Miller, John Miller, Robert Allcorn, William Miller, John McFarland, Joseph Crockett, Val. Wilcher, Humberstone Lyon, James Miller, Stephen Lyon, Thomas Barnes, James Willy, John Vance, Alexander Sayers, Jacob Cassall, John German.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY 23, 1750. - (371) Road ordered from Ezekiel Calhoun's to Wood's River thence to Top of Ridge between Wood's River and the South Fork of Roanoke. John McFarland and Joseph Crockett to be surveyors of former, and Wm. Crisp and Wm. Pellam, of latter part, with tithables, and the following: Henry Batton, Mordecai Early, John McFarland, Jacob Goldman, John Downing, John Goldman, Charles Sinclair, Nathaniel Wilshire, Wm. Sayers, Jacob Goldman, Wm. Hamilton, Humbertson Lyon, Frederick Carlock, Robert Norris, James Miller, James Cave, Saml. Montgomerie, Steven Lyon, John Conley, Andrew Linam, James Willbey, Saml. Stanlick, James Maies, Robert McFarlin, James Harris, John Vance, John Stride, Robert Miller, Alexr. Sayers, John Miller, Jacob Castle, Robert Alcorn, John Forman, Wm. Miller.
  • Page 480.--16th January, 1753. John Noble's appraisement, by Robt. Norris, Saml. Montgomery, John Montgomery. Note of John McFarland, Joseph Crockett, Robert Allcorn, John Hatthorn, James and John Miller, James Callhoun, Nathaniel Welshar, Wm. Montgomery, Wm. Callhoun. To butter money, cash. Philip Snider's bond. Due John McFarland for 106 acres land at £5 per 100. Due to the remainder of land. William Callhoun, Widow Lukes.
  • Page 506.--12th January, . Joseph Crockett's will, farmer--Executors, sons Walter and Joseph; wife, Jean, one-third of land he lives on on South Fork of Roanoke joining Mr. Matteson's line; son, Hugh; son, Walter; son, Joseph; son, Samuel, survey on Cedar Run above Willey's plantation; son, Robert, tract on head of Peak Creek, and a tract on head of Camp Run above Saml. Mountgomery's; to Walter and Joseph and Robert, tract on head of South Fork of Holston River; to daughter, Martha; daughter, Elizabeth; daughter, Agness; daughter, Mary. Teste: Phil Love, James Bryan, Joseph Colven. Proved, 17th March, 1767, by Love and Bryan. Walter Crockett qualifies (Joseph refuses), with Wm. Christian. David Looney, Thos. Barnes.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1768 (E). - Foster vs. Patton's executors.--William Foster bought, in 1750-55, land in the Forks of Cripple Creek, from Colonel James Patton. Colonel Patton was killed some time in 1755. Colonel Patton was prevented from taking out patents to his land on New River by a dispute ensuing between the Assembly and the Governor concerning a fee on a pistole for signing the patents. In 1763, when Colonel Buchan applied for patents, he was informed by the Governor and Council that his Majesty's proclamation forbidding his subjects to settle on and to withdraw from the waters of the Mississippi prevented any patent from issuing, but as soon as his Majesty should withdraw the proclamation and suffer his people to settle there, then Colonel Buchanan should have the patents. Deposition of Samuel Montgomery, aged 47 years. Deposition of William Sawyers, aged 40 year. [Note: record establishes birthdate of Samuel Montgomery in abt. 1721].
  • Page 104.--12th August, 1768. Elizabeth Inzer to Capt. Ephraim Love. Recantation of slander, that she said Ephraim was father of her bastard child. Teste: Geo. Skillern, Daniel Love, Samuel Montgomery, Jesse Harrison.
  • Page 289.--24th November, 1769. Charles McGee's estate appraised, by Robert, Saml. and James Montgomery.
References
  1.   Ancestry.com - Message Boards.

    Samuel Montgomery married Margaret Nichols abt. 1748 and had:
    Elizabeth abt. 1750 married John Crockett
    James abt. 1752 drowned near Kaskaskia while with G. R. Clark regiment
    Mary abt. 1754 m. Fredrick Edwards
    William abt. 1756 m. ? 1st, then Priscilla Graham
    Samuel abt. 1758 unknown
    Robert abt. 1762-1823 (d. Indiana), m. Mary Love, then Rachel Bohanan, then Martha Whitecotten
    Nancy abt. 1764 m. Nathaniel Evans
    John abt. 1766 (my ancestor) m. Mary Oldham Thomas
    Joseph abt. 1768-1842 m. Jane Sproul

    http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.montgomery/906.1223/mb.ashx