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Dorotha Amanda CULP
Husband:  George MONTGOMERY
Birth:  1820/1 or 11 Oct 1823, Wayne Co., OH
Death:  1895, presumably in Hancock Co., OH
Occupation:  farmer, stock raiser, auctioneer
Father:  John MONTGOMERY, of Ohio
Mother:  Nancy HELMICK, of Ohio
Marriage-1:  12 Nov 1842, Hancock Co., OH
Wife-1:  Mary CHASE
Birth:  1826/7, NY
Death:  1861, presumably in Hancock Co., OH
Father:  George CHASE
Marriage-2:  7 Dec 1862, Hancock Co., OH
Wife-2:  Dorotha/Dorothy Amanda CULP
Birth:  9 Feb 1838, Hancock Co., OH
Death:  16 Jan 1914, Hancock Co., OH
Father:  Benoni CULP
Mother:  Magdalene COMER
Children with Mary CHASE:
1.  Miles W. MONTGOMERY, b. 1844
2.  Elizabeth Jane MONTGOMERY, b. 1845-48
3.  Benoni Franklin MONTGOMERY, b. 1848/9
4.  Elcie Malissa MONTGOMERY, b. 1850/1
5.  David MONTGOMERY, b. 1853/4
6.  Irene Susan MONTGOMERY, b. 1855/6
7.  Martha S. MONTGOMERY [twin], b. 1857/8
8.  Mary S. MONTGOMERY [twin], b. 1857/8
9.  George C. MONTGOMERY, b. 1860/1
Children with Dorotha CULP:
10.  Angeline "Angie" MONTGOMERY, b. 1863/4
11.  Rachel MONTGOMERY, b. 1864/5
12.  Wellington H. MONTGOMERY, b. in or aft. 1870


1a.  Anon.  1966.  Marriage Index:  Ohio, 1789-1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-400):
Montgomery, ??? Chase, Mary 12 Nov 1842 Hancock Co.

1b.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1998.  Marriage Index: Ohio, 1851-1900.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-236):
Montgomery, George Culp, Dorothy A. 7 Dec 1862 Hancock Co.

2.  1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #298 of 427):  Portage Twp., Dist. No. 48, Hancock Co., OH, p. 40A, 9/9, enumerated 23 Jul 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
George Montgomery 29 M   Farmer 1000 Ohio
Mary 23 F       New York
Miles  6 M       Ohio
Elizabeth  4 F       Ohio
Benona  1 M       Ohio
John Robbins 21 M   Laborer   Ohio

3.  1860

4.  1870 Census Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #13 of 23):  Findlay P.O., Portage Twp., Hancock Co., OH, p. 254A, PN 13, 95/95, enumerated 20 Jun 1870, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
George Montgomery 47 M W Farmer 6500 1200 Penn
     "     Dortha 31 F W Keeping House     Ohio
     "     Franklin B 21 M W Farm laborer     "
     "     Elizabeth J 22 F W       "
     "     Malisa 19 F W       "
     "     Susan 14 F W       "
     "     Mary S 12 F W       "
     "     Martha S 12 F W       "
     "     David 16 M W Farm laborer     "
     "     George C  9 M W       "
     "     Angeline  6 F W       "
     "     Rachel  5 F W       "
Listed four households from George & Mary's eldest child, Miles MONTGOMERY (æ 25).

5.  1880

6.  1890 Census:  the 1890 census population schedules were destroyed.

7.  1900

8.  1910

9.  Anon.  1886.  History of Hancock County, Ohio.  Warner, Beers, & Co., Chicago (online at Heritage Pursuit):
p. 851
GEORGE MONTGOMERY, farmer and stock raiser, P.O. Portage Center, was born in Wayne County, Ohio, October 11, 1823, only child of John and Nancy (Helmick) Montgomery, natives of Ohio, former of whom was killed by the falling of a tree when our subject was one year old.   On the death of his father little George was sent to live with his grandparents.  His maternal grandfather, Nicholas Helmick, was a soldier in the war of 1812.  He was a very large man and very determined in his ways.  He came to this county in 1832 and settled in Cass Township, where George was reared and grew to maturity.  Living in a newly-settled country, our subject's means for obtaining an education were limited, attending school only three months in his life.  He lived with his grandfather until twenty-one years of age; he then bought a tax title to forty acres of wild timbered land in Portage Township, this county.  He was without capital, and, to get a start in life, took up auctioneering in connection with farming, a business he followed with success for thirty-seven years.  For many years, Mr. Montgomery was one of the best known auctioneers in this county and the only one in that line who took out a license for the full year.  He has, however, made farming his principal business and, at one time, was the owner of 1400 acres of land; but, since his children married, he has helped them to a start in life, and he now owns only the homestead farm, consisting of 105 acres.  Mr. Montgomery was united in marriage, in 1844, with Mary, daughter of George Chase, a pioneer of this county.  To this union were horn nine children:  Miles W., Benoni K., Elizabeth Jane, Elcie M., David, Irene, Martha S. and
Mary S. (twins), and George C.  The mother died in 1861, and our subject married, for his second wife, Doratha A., daughter of Benoni Culp, and to this union have been born three children:  Angie, Rachel, and Wellington H.  In politics, Mr. Montgomery is a Republican.  He has been postmaster of Portage Center, the second post office established in this county, the office being now located in his residence.

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