MONTAGUE

There are three separate lineages of the surname

MONTAGUE

 

      2000 years ago when a child was born it was usually given one name. It was difficult to know which Peter or John etc. someone was talking about unless they referred to them as Peter the Fisher or Peter the Carpenter or John the Baptist or John the Baker.  They frequently referred to them as the son of John or Peter etc. These reference names stuck and were the beginning of our first surnames. Children were given their father’s surname and a given name that made it easy to differentiate which John or Peter etc. someone was talking about.

      The first MONTAGUE surname we know of came from Scandinavia. To differentiate between Eric from the valley and Eric from the mountain they called the Eric from the mountain Eric Montague, in Latin (Eric de Monte Acuto) translated to “Eric of the Mountain Peak”. Some of these Montague’s traveled to a section of France called Normandy that had been settled by the Northmen. In France their name was spelled Montagu or Montague. When William Duke of Normandy decided to wage war against England in 1066 he took his brother Robert and friend Drogo as his right hand men. So as not to be confused with Montague’s already in England who had come from Ireland, Drogo took the Latin spelling of his name and became known as Drogo De Monte-Acuto. His descendants changed the spelling to Montacute and after the Plantagenet’s lost power they changed their name back to Montague.

      The second MONTAGUE surname came from Ireland. The ancestors of these Montague’s were named Tague. The son of Tague was called MacTague and the Irish Montague was derived from this. Descendants of the Irish Montague’s were dispersed all over the British Isles and were already inhabiting England before the Battle of Hastings in 1066.

      The third MONTAGUE surname came from Germany as Montag which means Monday in German.

The Skiles Fielding Montague Branch

of the Descendants of

Drogo De MONTE-ACUTO

 

1. Drogo De1 Monte-Acuto  [237], born 1040 in Montagules-Bois, Coutances, Normandy, France; died 1125 in , Somerset Co., England, GB. He married  unknown.

 

Notes for Drogo De MONTE-ACUTO:

NOTE: Montague ancestors have been traced to the Mountains of Scandinavia as early as the fifth century.  No one knows when nor from where they came to Scandinavia, but it must have been several hundred years before. Drogo de Monte-Acuto was a descendant of the Northman Rollo the Dane from Scandinavia who settled Normandy. French spelling of his name was Drogo de Montagu. He preferred the Latin Drogo de Monte-Acuto which means Dragon of the Mountain Peak. He came to England with Robert Earl of Morton and his brother "William the Conqueror". With sixty thousand men and over three hundred ships they landed at Pevensey upon the coast of Sussex, late in September, 1066, and immediately burned and scuttled their ships that their only hope might lie in their courage and resolution, their only safety in victory. This marked the advent of the first Montague upon the shores of England, and as he marches on toward the plain near Hastings (where, upon the 14th of October, the battle of Hastings was fought and won), we note that he bears the kite shaped shield of the Norman invader, its color is cerulean blue, and upon it is the full length figure of a Griffin, segreant (rampant with wings spread), and painted a bright golden hue. This was the original Coat of Arms of the Montagues in England. William having conquered England and ascended the throne his followers were rewarded with large grants of land. Both his favorite brother the Earl of Moriton and his trusty follower Drogo de Monte-Acuto received large possessions.

 

      Children of Drogo De MONTE-ACUTO were as follows:

+    2          i           William De2 Monte-Acuto  [236], born 1066 in <Montagules-Bois, Coutances, Normandy, France>. He married unknown.

 

Generation 2

 

2. William De2 Monte-Acuto  [236] (Drogo De1), born 1066 in <Montagules-Bois, Coutances, Normandy, France>. He married  unknown.

 

Notes for William De MONTE-ACUTO

      Erected a Monastery at Montacute Mountain and endowed it with the Borough and Market of Montacute.

 

      Children of William De MONTE-ACUTO were as follows:

+    3          i           Richard De3 Monte-Acuto (Knight)  [235] married unknown.

 

 

Generation 3

 

3. Richard De3 Monte-Acuto (Knight)  [235] (William De2, Drogo De1), died 1161. He married  unknown.

 

      Children of Richard De MONTE-ACUTO (Knight) were as follows:

+    4          i           Drue De4 Monte-Acuto  [230] married Aliva Basset  [231].

 

Generation 4

 

4. Drue De4 Monte-Acuto  [230] (Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1) married  Aliva Basset  [231], daughter of Alan Basset [234] .

 

Notes for Drue De MONTE-ACUTO

      NAME: Nickname: "Drogo Juvenis or Young Drew".

 

      Children of Drue De MONTE-ACUTO and Aliva BASSET were as follows:

      5          i           Drue De5 Monteacuto  [232] married  unknown.  !DEATH: Vita Patris

+    6          ii           William5 Montacute  [228] married Isabel (---)  [229].

      7          iii          5 Monteacuto  [233]   Nun at Shaftsbury.

 

Generation 5

 

6. William5 Montacute  [228] (Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), died 1218. He married  Isabel (---)  [229].

 

Notes for William MONTACUTE:

      Became a Baron in 1196 and was Sheriff of Dorsetshire and Somersetshire (1205-1209).

 

      Children of William MONTACUTE and Isabel (---) were as follows:

+    8          i           William6 Montacute (Sir)  [227] married unknown.

 

Generation 6

 

8. William6 Montacute (Sir)  [227] (William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), died 1247. He married  unknown.

 

      Children of William MONTACUTE (Sir) were as follows:

+    9          i           William7 Montacute  [225], born 1210 in <Montacute, Somerset Co., England, GB>. He married Berta (---)  [226].

 

Generation 7

 

9. William7 Montacute  [225] (William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1210 in <Montacute, Somerset Co., England, GB>. He married  Berta (---)  [226], born 1212 in <Montacute, Somerset Co., England, GB>.

 

 

 

 

Notes for William MONTACUTE:

      Was summoned to attend King Henry III into Gascony, against Alphonse 10th, King of Castile, who had usurped the province. In 1257 he was summoned to be with King Henry III at Chester on the feast day of St. Peter, ad vincula, well furnished with horse and arms, thence to march against Llewellin ap Griffith prince of Wales. He had similar citation the next year.

 

      Children of William MONTACUTE and Berta (---) were as follows:

+    10         i           Simon8 Montacute (Sir)  [220], born 1250 in Montacute, Somerset Co., England, GB. He married Aufricia Fergus  [221].

 

 

 

Generation 8

 

 

10. Simon8 Montacute (Sir)  [220] (William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1250 in Montacute, Somerset Co., England, GB; died 1316. He married  Aufricia Fergus  [221], born 1252 in , Isle Of Man, GB, daughter of  Fergus (King Isle of Man) [224] .

 

Notes for Simon MONTACUTE (Sir):

      Baron of Shepton Montacute.

Sir Simon Montacute bore as his Coat of Arms the original shield of his ancestor Drogo First, (Azure – a Gryphon Segreant, or, [gold]) as also did his father and all of his ancestors. However, Sir Simon changed the arms to “Argent (white) three fusils in fess gules (red).” It is however recorded that Sir Simon used both Coats of Arms, the one which he had made and the other which he received by inheritance. Fortunately we are not left in doubt as to what arms he really bore, for the Pope had at that time made unwarranted pretensions with regard to Scotland and had issued an insolent bull, to which all the barons of England had made reply in a letter which was signed by all the Barons, who affixed their names, as their seals, their Coat of Arms. This letter to pope Boniface VIII was written A.D. 1301, and was signed by Sir Simon de Montacute, with the other barons. A duplicate of this letter is preserved in the British Museum, and the plate of the Coat of Arms of Sir Simon Montague, appended to this work, is copied from his Seal to that letter. These Arms, with some modification for differences in families, have been the arms of all the succeeding English families of Montague.

 

      Children of Simon MONTACUTE (Sir) and Aufricia FERGUS were as follows:

+    11         I           William9 Montacute (Baron)  [214], born 1271 in Cassington, England, GB. He married Elizabeth Monfort (Baroness)  [215].

      12         ii           Simon9 Montacute  [222], born 1275 in Montacute, Somerset Co., England, GB. He married  Hawise De Saint Amand  [223], born 1273 in <Montacute, Somerset Co., England, GB>.

      13         iii          John9 Montacute  [340], born 1278 in , England, GB.

 

 

Generation 9

 

 

11. William9 Montacute (Baron)  [214] (Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1271 in Cassington, England, GB; died 1320 in Gascony, England, GB; buried 1320 in Christ Church, Dorset Co., England, GB. He married  Elizabeth Monfort (Baroness)  [215], born 1271 in Beaudesert, Warwickshire Co., England, GB, daughter of Peter Montfort (Lord) [219] .

 

 

Notes for William MONTACUTE (Baron):

      Served in several expeditions into Scotland in the reigns of Edward I and II. Obtained the royal charter for free warren at his manor of Aston Clinton in Buckinghamshire, as he did afterward for those of Saxlingham, in the County of Norfolk, Knolle in the County of Somerset, and Woneford in the County of Devon. In the same reign he was governor of Berhamstead Castle and steward of the King's household; and had a grant of the bodies and ransoms of Rene ap Grenon, Madock ap Vaughn and Audoenlap Madock, Welsh barons who had rebelled and been taken prisoners. Moreover, he obtained from the King a special license to make a Castle of his house at Kersington in the county of Oxford, and was appointed Seneschal of the duchy of Aquitain and at last in 1318 of Gascony. In the 11th and 12th of that reign he had summons to parliament and died in 1320 in Gascony, but was interred at St. Frideeswide, now Christ Church Oxon. Reference: "A Chronicle of the Kings of England by Sir Richard Baker, Knight" London 1660.

 

      Children of William MONTACUTE (Baron) and Elizabeth MONFORT (Baroness) were as follows:

      14         i           John10 Montacute  [318], born 1299 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB.

+    15         ii           William10 Montacute (King of Man)  [208], born 1301 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB. He married Katharine Grandison  [209].

      16         iii          Simon10 Montacute  [216], born 1303 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB; died 1336.   Bishop of Worchester.

      17         iv          Maud10 Montacute  [330], born 1307 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB.

      18         v          Edward10 Montacute  [217], born 1309 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB; died 1342. He married  Alice Plantagenet  [218], born 1326 in <Brotherton, Yorkshire, England, GB>.

      19         vi          Alice10 Montacute  [331], born 1311 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB. She married  Ralph Daubency  [336], born 1309 in <Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB>.

      20         vii         Mary10 Montacute  [332], born 1313 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB. She married  Richard De Cogan  [337], born 9 Oct 1299 in Bampton, Devon Co., England, GB.

      21         viii        Katherine10 Montacute  [333], born 1315 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB. She married  William Carringston  [338], born 1313 in <Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB>.

      22         ix          Hawise10 Montacute  [334], born 1317 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB. She married   Bavant  [339], born 1315 in <Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB>.

      23         x          Isabel10 Montacute  [335], born 1319 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB.

 

Generation 10

 

15. William10 Montacute (King of Man)  [208] (William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1301 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB; died 30 Jan 1344; buried  in White Friars, London, England, GB. He married  Katharine Grandison  [209], born 1304 in Ashford, Middlesex Co., England, GB, daughter of William Grandison (Lord) [213]  and Sibylla De Tregoz [375] .

 

Notes for William MONTACUTE (King of Man):

      Made baronet in the reign of Edward II. In the first of Edward III (1327) he was present at the expedition then made into Scotland, and in the 3rd of same reign attended the King when he was summoned to do homage to the King of France for his duchy of Aquitaine, and had also the honor to wait on his holiness the Pope as Edward’s ambassador. But the best service, perhaps, which this brave man ever performed for his master, was his bringing the famous Mortimer Earl of March the Queen’s gallant, to punishment. In the same year (1330) he was appointed governor of Sherbourne Castle in the county of Dorset, and of the Castle of Corsse with the Chace of Purbeck. In the 5th of Edward III he had a charter of free warren in all his lordships of Cookham in County of Berkshire, Swyneston in County of Southampton, Fulmere in County of Bucks and of Catsound and Lewisham in Kent. In 1337 he was constituted Admiral of the King’s fleet, from the mouth of the Thames westward and was advanced to the title and dignity of Earl of Salisbury. He was present at the memorable siege of the Castle of Dunbar. The same year he attended the King to Brabant and obtained several more grants of lands, castles, fairs and advowsons in the Counties of Oxford, Wilts, Dorset, Somerset, Chester, Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincoln. In 1339 he obtained the King’s precept to the lord treasurer and barons of the exchequer. In 1340 he had the command of the army jointly with the Earl of Suffolk.

 

Notes for Katharine GRANDISON:

      Countess of Salisbury The inscription on her tomb stated, that her father was "descended out of Burgundy, cousin germane to the Emperor of Constantinople, the King of Hungary and Duke of Bavaria". She was a brave woman, worthy of such a brave and noble man as was her husband the Earl of Salisbury. She nobly defended and aided with heroic valor the defense of the castle of Werk, with her husband's brother, Sir Edward Montacuyte, who was its Governor, and also bravely defended her own Castle of Salisbury from King David of Scotland, with the aid of William Montacute, her husband's cousin, while her husband was a prisoner of war in France as before mentioned in the history of Sir Simon Montacute.

 

      Children of William MONTACUTE (King of Man) and Katharine GRANDISON were as follows:

      24         i           Elizabeth11 Montacute  [319], born 1325 in Donyatt, Somerset Co., England, GB. She married (1)  Giles De Badlesmere (Baron)  [323], born 1 Oct 1314 in Hambleton, Lancashire Co., England, GB; died Jun 1338. She married (2)  Hugh le Despencer (Baron)  [324], born 1308 in Stoke, Gloucestershire, England, GB. She married (3)  Guy De Bryan (Baron)  [325], born 1311 in Waylns Castle, Pembrokeshire, Wales, GB.   Baroness of Badlesmere.

+    25         ii           John11 Montacute (Sir)  [183], born 1327 in <Donyatt, Somerset Co., England, GB>. He married Margaret Monthermer  [184].

      26         iii          William11 Montacute (Sir)  [210], born Jun 1328 in <Donyatt, Somerset Co., England, GB>; died Jun 1397. He married (1)  Elizabeth Mohun (Countess)  [212], born 1332 in Dunster, Somerset Co., England, GB. He married (2) , divorced , Joan Plantagenet  [238]. He married (3)  Joan (---) (Princess)  [326], born 29 Sep 1328 in Woodstock, Kent Co., England, GB.

 

Notes forWilliam Montacute:

                           Second Earl of Salisbury. Before he was of age he was Knighted when Edward landed at La Hague. He afterward served at the siege of Caeu, and at the glorious battle of Crecy. When the Order of the Garter was instituted he was the seventh of the original Knights, and when the Black Prince obtained Aquitaine he attended him to France and served under him in all his excursions and expeditions. At the battle of Poitiers he commanded the rear of the English army, and was highly instrumental in gaining that famous victory. In short, almost his whole life was a perpetual campaign under Edward III and his son, the Black Prince. He was made governor of Calais. In the ninth a grant was made to him during life, of the custody of the Isle of Wright and Castle of Chrisbrook. In the twentieth, the year 1397, he departed this life, having ordered by his will that every day until his corpse should be interred at Bisham, distribution should be made of one pound five shillings to three hundred poor people; likewise that twenty poor men should bear torches on the day of his funeral, each torch eight pounds weight, and each of them wearing a gown of black cloth with a red hood; also, that there should be nine wax lights about his corpse, and upon every pillar of the church there should be fixed banners of his arms; moreover that £30 should be given to the religious, to sing trentals and pray for his soul.

 

      27         iv          Anne11 Montacute  [320], born 1330 in Cassington, Oxfordshire Co., England, GB. She married  John De Grey  [327], born 1321 in Ruthin, Denbighshire, Wales, GB.

      28         v          Philippe11 Montacute  [321], born 1332 in Salisbury, Wiltshire Co., England, GB. She married  Roger De Mortimer  [328], born 11 Nov 1328 in Ludlow, Shropshire Co., England, GB; died Feb 1359.   Countess of March.

      29         vi          Sibyl11 Montacute  [322], born 1334 in Donyatt, Somerset Co., England, GB. She married  Edmund De Arundle  [329], born 1332 in <Donyatt, Somerset Co., England, GB>.

      30         vii         Robert11 Montacute  [211], born 1336 in <Donyatt, Somerset Co., England, GB>.   Bishop of Worcester.

 

Generation 11

 

25. John11 Montacute (Sir)  [183] (William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1327 in <Donyatt, Somerset Co., England, GB>; died 1396. He married  Margaret Monthermer  [184], daughter of Thomas Monthermer [189]  and Margaret Tiptoft [659] .

 

      Children of John MONTACUTE (Sir) and Margaret MONTHERMER were as follows:

+    31         i           John12 Montacute (Sir)  [174], born 1357. He married Maud Francis  [175].

      32         ii           Richard12 Montacute  [170]

      33         iii          Thomas12 Montacute  [185]   Dean of Salisbury.

      34         iv          Sybil12 Montacute  [186]

      35         v          Catherine12 Montacute  [187]

      36         vi          Margaret12 Montacute  [188]

 

Generation 12

 

31. John12 Montacute (Sir)  [174] (John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1357; died 1400. He married  Maud Francis  [175], daughter of Adam Francis (Sir) [180] .

 

Notes for John MONTACUTE (Sir):

      "The bones of John Montacute, 3rd Earl of Salisbury, who was beheaded, were brought from Cirencester, (by order of his widow) and reinterred at Bisham Priory." Crosse's Antiquities. Here were also laid the "mortal parts" of the 4th and last Earl of Salisbury, Gen. Thomas Montacute, killed at the siege of Orleans (1428). Here also rest the remains of John, Marquis of Montacute, killed at the battle of Barnet in 1470, and also his brother Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, called the "King Maker." Here also sleeps that unfortunate youth Edward Plantaganet, son of the Duke of Clarence, beheaded in 1499 for attempting an escape from confinement.

 

      Children of John MONTACUTE (Sir) and Maud FRANCIS were as follows:

      37         i           Thomas13 Montacute (Sir)  [171], born 1388; died Nov 1428. He married (1)  Eleanor Holland  [172]. He married (2)  Alice Chaucer  [173], born 1384 in <Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, GB>.   General & 4th Earl of Salisbury.

+    38         ii           Richard13 Montacute  [176] married unknown.

      39         iii          Anne13 Montacute  [177] married  John Fitzlewis (Sir)  [306], born  in West Horndon, Essex Co., England, GB.

      40         iv          Margaret13 Montacute  [178]

      41         v          Elizabeth13 Montacute  [179]

 

Generation 13

 

38. Richard13 Montacute  [176] (John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1) married  unknown.

 

      Children of Richard MONTACUTE were as follows:

+    42         i           Edward14 Montague  [169], born 1429 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>. He married unknown.

 

 

 

Generation 14

 

42. Edward14 Montague  [169] (Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1429 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>. He married  unknown.

 

Notes for Edward MONTAGUE:

      Montacute is the Latin spelling of the English name Montague. The spelling of the names in this genealogy are those most encountered during the research. There is no doubt concerning the lineage of Robert Montague and Richard Montacute since they both bore the same Coat of Arms. The Coat of Arms of Montague – Boveney & Dorney – were: “Argent, three fusils in fess gules (red diamonds), between three pellets or ogresses (black discs) on a silver shield. The crest was a Golden Griffin with outstretched wings and a ribbon of alternate Red & White bands. The motto was “DISPONDEDO ME, NON MUTANDO ME”. Reference: Edmondson’s Heraldry & Burke’s Encyclopedia of Heraldry. The three black ogresses were added to the Coat of Arms passed down by Sir Simon Montague to denote the Boveney & Dorney branches of the family. Other branches of the family made other alterations. The ogresses Black may have been added for differences in a family, or they may have been added to mark some deed done at some  time, such as a large donation of land to the church, as the church at Boveney bears such a record. Perhaps they may have been added as part of the maternal arms of William Montague, son of Robert, for his mother was Margaret, dau. of Roger Cotton. And the arms of one family of Cotton were, “Argent a bend Sable between three ogresses.” Whatever may have been the origin of the pellets, the fact still remains, that the Boveney family bear the Arms of Sir Simon Montague of A.D. 1300, which arms were also born by his son lord William Montacute and by his grandson the first Earl of Salisbury. Heraldry, or more properly Armory, is the short hand of History, its purpose was to identify persons and property and to record descent and alliance. Hundreds of persons may be entitled to the same initials, may possess precisely the same names; but only the members of a particular family can lawfully bear certain armorial ensigns, and the various branches of even that family have their separate differences to distinguish one from the other. The Boveney family bear the same name as the descendants of Drogo. They were residing in A.D. 1500 in the same locality and country of England where the descendants of Drogo had held possessions and manors in A.D. 1400 and for centuries before. They bear the same Arms which alone would seem to silently but surely denote that they are a branch of the same family. Where and when the separation took place is not known, but it would seem probable that the Boveney branch left the main stream, after the year 1300 and before the year 1400, or between those dates, for their Coat of Arms was not in existence until adopted by Sir Simon Montacute A.D. 1300, and had they separated previous to that date, their Arms should have been “Azure a griffin sergeant, Or.” Again the Arms of the Montagues, after A.D. 1400, who were descended from the 3rd Earl of Salisbury, have been quartered with those of the Monthermers, which were “an eagle displayed, vert,” while the Boveney branch retains the ancient shield of Sir Simon Montacute (1301). There are several places where such separation seems possible. The spelling change of the name seems to be consistent after Edward. Some list Edward as Montacute and others as Montague.

 

 

     

Children of Edward MONTAGUE were as follows:

+    43         I           Robert15 Montague  [135], born 1455 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married unknown.

 

Generation 15

 

43. Robert15 Montague  [135] (Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1455 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died 1520 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married  unknown.

 

Notes for Robert MONTAGUE:

      !REFERENCE: The connection between Richard Montacute and Robert Montague was supplied by Robert Latane Montague III of Alexandria, VA. He is Trustee of the Montague Memorial Association. It came from a Genealogical Chart hanging in the Urbanna, VA home of the late Governor of Virginia Andrew Jackson Montague. The research and chart was commissioned by his son Gen. Robert Latane Montague II.

 

      Children of Robert MONTAGUE were as follows:

+    44         i           William16 Montague  [130], born 1480 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married Jone Grow  [131].

      45         ii           Robert16 Montague  [308], born 1482 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>; buried 10 Jan 1575.

      46         iii          John16 Montague  [315], born 1484 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>. He married  Cecily (---)  [316].

 

Generation 16

 

44. William16 Montague  [130] (Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1480 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died 21 Mar 1550 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married  Jone Grow  [131], born 1481 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>.

 

      Children of William MONTAGUE and Jone GROW were as follows:

      47         i           William17 Montague  [134], born 1503 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>. He married  unknown.

+    48         ii           Robert17 Montague  [129], born 1505 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married Margaret Cotton  [128].

      49         iii          Alice17 (---)  [132], born 1507 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>.

      50         iv          Katherine17 Montague  [133], born 1509 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>.

 

Generation 17

 

48. Robert17 Montague  [129] (William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1505 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died 10 Jan 1575 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married  Margaret Cotton  [128], born 1514 in Wardville, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died  in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB, daughter of Roger Cotton [127] .

 

      Children of Robert MONTAGUE and Margaret COTTON were as follows:

+    51         i           William18 Montague  [113], born 1536 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married Margaret M. Malthouse  [114].

      52         ii           Lawrence18 Montague (Vicar of Dorney)  [126], born 1545 in Boveney, Berkshire, England, GB; died 17 Dec 1580 in Dorney, Buckinghamshire, England, GB. He married  Joan Wickham  [125], born 1553 in , Buckinghamshire, England, GB; died  in Dorney, Buckinghamshire, England, GB.

 

Generation 18

 

51. William18 Montague  [113] (Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1536 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died 20 Mar 1594 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married in 1557, Margaret M. Malthouse  [114], born 1550 in Binfield, Berkshire, England, GB, daughter of John Malthouse [317]  and Margaret Bullock [298] .

 

      Children of William MONTAGUE and Margaret M. MALTHOUSE were as follows:

      53         i           Robert19 Montague  [115], born 24 Mar 1560 in Dorney, Buckinghamshire, England, GB; died 26 Dec 1574 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB.

      54         ii           William19 Montague  [116], born 18 Apr 1562 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB; died 1634.

      55         iii          Sarah19 Montague  [117], born 3 Jan 1563 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB; died 22 Feb 1563 in Dorney, Berkshire, England, GB.

      56         iv          Elizabeth19 Montague  [118], born 24 Jun 1565 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB. She married  Richard Burns  [124], born 1561 in Wingfields, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died  in Wingfields, Berkshire Co., England, GB.

      57         v          George19 Montague  [119], born 14 Sep 1567 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB; died 11 Sep 1640 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB. He married (1)  Joan Maston  [123], born 1571 in <Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB>; died 29 Sep 1626 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB. He married (2)  Susan Norris  [313], born 1571 in <Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB>.

      58         vi          Anne19 Montague  [120], born 1570 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB. She married (1)  Daniel Ballard  [121], born 1566 in <Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB>. She married (2)  Edward Smith  [122], born 1566 in <Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB>.

+    59         vii         Peter19 Montague  [103], born 1573 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married Eleanor Allen  [104].

 

Generation 19

 

59. Peter19 Montague  [103] (William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1573 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died 16 Mar 1638 in Warfield, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married in 1593, Eleanor Allen  [104], born 7 Feb 1579 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB; died 1658 in , Berkshire Co., England, GB, daughter of William Allen [314] .

The church in Boveney, England where Peter Montague and his family attended.

 

      Children of Peter MONTAGUE and Eleanor ALLEN were as follows:

      60         i           William20 Montague  [105], born 6 Mar 1596 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married  unknown.

      61         ii           Margaret20 Montague  [106], born 1600 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. She married   Tayler  [111], born 1596 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>.

+    62         iii          Peter20 Montague  [101], born 21 Jan 1603 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. He married (1) Cicely Reynolds  [102]. He married (2) Hannah (---)  [480].

      63         iv          Elizabeth20 Montague  [107], born 1606 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB.

      64         v          Ann20 Montague  [108], born 1609 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB. She married  John Wheatlie  [112], born 1605 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>.

      65         vi          Robert20 Montague  [109], born 1612 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB.

      66         vii         Richard20 Montague  [110], born 1615 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died 14 Dec 1681 in Hadley, Hampshire Co., MA, USA. He married in 1637, Abigail Downing  [307], born 1616 in Norwich, Norfolk Co., England, GB.

 

Generation 20

 

62. Peter20 Montague  [101] (Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 21 Jan 1603 in Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB; died 25 May 1659 in Lancaster, Lancaster Co., VA, USA. He married (1) in 1629 in James City, VA, USA, Cicely Reynolds  [102], born 1605 in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, GB; died  in , VA, daughter of  Reynolds [343]  and Jane Phippen [292] .  He married (2)  Hannah (---)  [480], born 1607 in <Boveney, Berkshire Co., England, GB>.

 

 

Notes for Peter MONTAGUE

      Sailed to Virginia on the Charles in 1621. REFERENCE: "The History and

Genealogy of Peter Montague of Nansemond & Lancaster Co., Virginia 1621-1894." By George William Montague, Published 1894. LDS Microfilm #0928298. ID NO.s in this data base correspond to the individual's number in the book.

 

Robert Latane Montague III & Skiles Fielding Montague at Peter Montague Homestead and burial site.

       

***MONTAGUE, A ROYAL NAME***

       

      Many branches of the Montagues in America, have the tradition that the name Montague is a "ROYAL" name. There is some truth in the tradition. The name in England, however, has not only been descended from royalty, but it has a higher and more lofty significance, for the Montagues were the parents and ancestors of Kings. As it may be of interest to many of the name and blood, to know exactly how the name has been connected with royalty in ancient times, the following has been carefully compiled, and will be found sufficiently complete to justify the tradition. Sir Simon Montague, the 8th in lineal descent from Drogo, (the first, of the name in England) married Aufricia, dau. of Fergus, King of the Isle of Man, descended from Orry, King of Denmark. He became in her right King of Man, and both the isle, and the title as King of the isle, descended to his son and grandson. Sir Edward Montagu, one of the grandsons of Sir Simon, was a great warrior of his day, was Governor of the Castle of Werk, when elected Pope at Rome, and others. Among the descendants of Philippa Montagu not mentioned above, were the two young Princes, sons of King Edward IV, smothered in the Tower of London by order of their Uncle King Richard III. They were Edward, born in the Sanctuary at Westminster and proclaimed King Edward V [but never crowned] at the death of his father, though only eleven years old; and Richard Duke of York, born at Shrewsbury.

 

Notes for Cicely REYNOLDS

      !NOTE: Came to the New World on the ship "Blessing" 1611. From the "Thigpen

Tribe" by Alice Whitley Smith.

 

Notes for Hannah (---)

      !NOTE: Information on Peter's first wife and children from "The Thigpen Tribe"

by Alice Whitley Smith

 

      Children of Peter MONTAGUE and Cicely REYNOLDS were as follows:

      67         i           Ann21 Montague  [342], born 1630 in , VA, USA. She married  John Jadwin  [380], born 1626 in <, VA, USA>.

      68         ii           Ellen21 Montague  [341], born 1632 in , Nansemond Co., VA, USA. She married in Mar 1659, William Thompson  [345], born 1627 in , England, GB.

+    69         iii          Peter21 Montague  [99], born 1631 in Nansemond, Suffolk Co., VA, USA. He married (1) Elizabeth Morris  [479]. He married (2) Maria Minor  [100].

      70         iv          William21 Montague  [378], born 1635 in <Nansemond, Suffolk Co., VA, USA>. He married  unknown.

      71         v          Elizabeth21 Montague  [377], born 1636 in <Nansemond, Suffolk Co., VA, USA>.

      72         vi          Margaret21 Montague  [379], born 1640 in <Nansemond, Suffolk Co., VA, USA>.

 

Generation 21

 

69. Peter21 Montague  [99] (Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1631 in Nansemond, Suffolk Co., VA, USA; died 1702. He married (1)  Elizabeth Morris  [479], born 1635 in <Nansemond, Suffolk Co., VA, USA>. He married (2) in 1665, Maria Minor  [100], born 1642 in <, Netherlands>, daughter of Meindert Doodes [348]  and Mary Geret [511] .

 

Notes for Maria MINOR:

      !REFERENCE: Genealogies of Virginia Families from the William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine Volume III Heale - Muscoe. The children of Maindort Doodes adopted the surname "Minor".

 

      Children of Peter MONTAGUE and Maria MINOR were as follows:

      73         i           Mary22 Montague  [241], born 1665 in <, Middlesex Co., VA, USA>; died 12 Apr 1743 in Ferry Farm, VA, USA. She married (1) on 24 Oct 1682, Thomas Paine  [242], born 1664 in <Christchurch, Middlesex Co., VA, USA>. She married (2) in 1700 in Lancaster Co., VA, Joseph Ball (Capt.)  [243], born 25 May 1649 in Millenkick, Lancaster Co., VA, USA; baptized 12 Jun 1928 in Logan Utah; endowed 21 Jun 1948 in Logan Utah; sealed to parents 17 Jun 1985 in Salt Lake Utah; died 11 Jul 1711 in Oakley, Lancaster Co., VA, USA.

  

!MARRIAGES:

       Many references indicate that Mary Montague had been married several times. No one knows for sure just how many times nor which surname she used when marrying Capt. Joseph Ball. This has become a confusing factor in doing family research and led to many claiming Capt. Ball's wife as an ancestor. My most convincing source of information is my Grandfather, Fielding Montague. Many is the time that he told us about his Great Grandfather Andrew Montague being a Cousin and friend of George Washington. George Washington's Grandmother, Mary Montague, and Andrew Montague's Great Grandfather, Peter Montague, were brother and sister.

George Washington

 

+    74         ii           Peter22 Montague  [98], born 1666 in , Middlesex Co., VA, USA. He married unknown.

      75         iii          William22 Montague  [381], born 1670 in <, Middlesex Co., VA, USA>. He married in 1698, Lettice Ledford Weeks  [350], born 1677 in <, Essex Co., VA, USA>.

      76         iv          John22 Montague  [382], born 1682 in <, Middlesex Co., VA, USA>; christened 21 May 1682; died 1733 in , Essex Co., VA, USA.

 

Generation 22

 

74. Peter22 Montague  [98] (Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1666 in , Middlesex Co., VA, USA; died 1702. He married in 1693, unknown.

 

      Children of Peter MONTAGUE were as follows:

      77         i           Thomas23 Montague (Jr.)  [349], born 1694 in , Middlesex Co., VA, USA; died 1756. He married (1) on 21 Dec 1716, Grace Nicholson  [351], born 1699 in , Middlesex Co., VA, USA; died 20 Mar 1726; buried 23 Mar 1726 in Christ Church, Middlesex Co., VA, USA. He married (2)  Penelopy Warwick  [352], born 1694 in <, Middlesex Co., VA,USA>; died 1768

+    78         ii           Peter23 Montague  [96], born 1696 in , Middlesex Co., VA, USA. He married Elizabeth Merry  [97].

Generation 23

 

78. Peter23 Montague  [96] (Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1696 in , Middlesex Co., VA, USA; baptized 13 Mar 1965 in Idaho Falls Idaho; endowed 8 Apr 1965 in Idaho Falls Idaho; sealed to parents 18 Feb 1966 in Idaho Falls Idaho; died 1744. He married in 1728, Elizabeth Merry  [97], born May 1696 in <, Middlesex Co., VA, USA>; died Jan 1732, daughter of Samuel Merry [469] .

 

Notes for Peter MONTAGUE:

      Batch#: 5019760 Sheet#: 23 Source Call#: 1553736 Moved from Middlesex Co. to Spotts, Co. in 1730. The county was divided and he became the first settler in Orange Co., VA.

NOTE: One of the more unusual punishments imposed by Orange Co. Court was handed down on Thursday, January 23, 1745. Having found Eve, a Negro slave of Peter Montague, guilty of murdering her master by placing poison in the milk she served him, the court ordered: "Therefore it is considered by the court that the said Eve be drawn upon a hurdle to the place of execution and there to be burnt." The sentence was carried out.

 

      Children of Peter MONTAGUE and Elizabeth MERRY were as follows:

      79         i           Thomas24 Montague  [383], born 28 Oct 1728 in , Middlesex Co., VA, USA; died 30 Mar 1730.

+    80         ii           Peter24 Montague  [94], born 1732 in , Orange Co., VA, USA. He married Elizabeth Henderson  [95].

      81         iii          William24 Montague  [251], born 1734 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 28 Sep 1932 in St. George Utah; endowed Pre-1970 ; sealed to parents Pre-1970 .   Film #: 170875 Page #: 312 Ord. #: 12239

      82         iv          John Merry24 Montague  [252], born 1736 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 28 Sep 1932 in St. George Utah; endowed Pre-1970 ; sealed to parents Pre-1970 ; died 1825 in Big Eagle Creek, Scott Co., KY, USA. He married  Nancy Humphries  [398], born 1755 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>; died 1826 in Big Eagle Creek, Scott Co., KY, USA.   File #: 180875 Page #: 312 Ord. #: 12241

      83         v          Mary Ann24 Montague  [384], born 1738 in , Orange Co., VA, USA.

      84         vi          Catherine24 Montague  [253], born 1740 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 31 Aug 1932 in St. George Utah; endowed Pre-1970 ; sealed to parents Pre-1970 .   Film #: 170875 Page #: 248 Ord. #: 10217

 

Generation 24

 

80. Peter24 Montague  [94] (Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 1732 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 28 Sep 1932 in St. George Utah; died 1820. He married  Elizabeth Henderson  [95], born 1740 in <Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania Co., VA, USA>.

 

Notes for Peter MONTAGUE:

      Film#: 170875 Page#: 312 Ord.#: 12239 As the descendants of Drogo took the Latin spelling of their name so as not to be confused with the English who inhabited England before they were conquered in 1066, so did many of the descendants of Peter Montague take the Irish pronunciation of the name Montague during the American Revolution so as not to be associated with the English who they were fighting. The Montague name in Ireland came from MacTague and they are not in any way related to the Montague descendants of Drogo. The Irish pronunciation is Montag with a long "a" and the "ue" silent. NOTE: With the creation of the new counties from Orange County land area in June 1749, the Orange County Court decided "The court judging the present situation inconvenient to the inhabitants are of the opinion that the court ought to be held near the dividing line of the lands of Erasmus Taylor and Timothy Crosthawait." That site is the present location of the town of Orange. On July 6, 1752, the first court session was held in the new building. One of the members serving on the first grand jury of the reconstituted County of Orange, of May 24, 1750, was Peter Montague.

 

 

 

      Children of Peter MONTAGUE and Elizabeth HENDERSON were as follows:

+    85         i           Andrew25 Montague  [92], born 20 Aug 1762 in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania Co., VA, USA. He married Elizabeth Darnell  [93].

      86         ii           John25 Montague  [385], born 1777 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died 16 Apr 1849 in Royalston, Fairfield Co., OH, USA. He married  Pauline Grady  [404], born 1781 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>.

      87         iii          Hannah25 Montague  [386], born 1779 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>. She married in 1798, Richmond Grady  [388], born 23 Dec 1777 in , Louisa Co., VA, USA; died 8 Mar 1862 in , Wyandotte Co., OH, USA.

      88         iv          Sally25 Montague  [387], born 1781 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>; died 1830 in , Spotts Co., VA, USA. She married on 7 Jun 1797, Malachi Atkins  [389], born 1772 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>.

      89         v          Nancy25 Montague  [390], born 1783 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>. She married on 12 Nov 1793, John Lloyd  [394].

      90         vi          Polly25 Montague  [391], born 1785 in , Orange Co., VA, USA. She married on 18 Nov 1799 in , Orange Co., VA, USA, Thomas Phipps  [395], born 1774 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>.

      91         vii         Catherine25 Montague  [392], born 1787 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died  in , KY, USA. She married  Samuel Grady  [396], born  in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died  in , KY, USA.

      92         viii        Betsey25 Montague  [393], born 1789 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>. She married  Lewis Pine  [397].

 

 

 

Generation 25

 

85. Andrew25 Montague  [92] (Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 20 Aug 1762 in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania Co., VA, USA; baptized 28 Sep 1932 in St. George Utah; died 26 Sep 1845 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; buried  in Mine Run, Orange Co., VA, USA. He married in 1785, Elizabeth Darnell  [93], born 4 Aug 1763 in , Spotsylvania Co., VA, USA; died 1847; buried  in Mines Run, Orange Co., VA, USA, daughter of Abraham Darnell [482]  and Elizabeth (---) [483] .

 Notes for Andrew MONTAGUE:

    Film#: 170875 Page#: 311 Ord.#: 12223

 

      Children of Andrew MONTAGUE and Elizabeth DARNELL were as follows:

      93         i           William Andrew26 Montague  [248], born 14 Mar 1787 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 5 Oct 1932 in St. George Utah; endowed Pre-1970 ; sealed to parents Pre-1970 ; died  in Frankfort, KY, USA. He married  unknown.  Film #: 170875 Page #: 323 Ord. #: 12590

      94         ii           John26 Montague  [249], born 14 Aug 1789 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 5 Oct 1932 in St. George Utah; endowed Pre-1970 ; sealed to parents Pre-1970 ; died 11 May 1851 in Royalton, Fairfield Co., OH, USA; buried  in Royalton, Fairfield Co., OH, USA. He married in Apr 1811 in , Orange Co., VA, USA, Nancy Grady  [405], born 1779 in , Louisa Co., VA, USA; died  in Royalton, Fairfield Co., OH, USA; buried  in Royalton, Fairfield Co., OH, USA.   File #: 170875 Page #: 323 Ord. #: 12591

      95         iii          Thomas26 Montague  [250], born 16 Apr 1792 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 5 Oct 1932 in St. George Utah; endowed Pre-1970 ; sealed to parents Pre-1970 ; died 18 Oct 1876 in Lexington, KY, USA. He married (1) on 20 Dec 1818, Elizabeth Karson  [406], born 12 Oct 1792 in , Jessamine Co., KY, USA; died 4 Mar 1854 in , Fayette Co., KY, USA. He married (2)  Sallie Hunt Karson  [407], born 1803 in , Jessamine Co., KY, USA; died Jun 1890 in Lexington, KY, USA.   Film #: 170875 Page #: 323 Ord. #: 12592

      96         iv          James26 Montague  [399], born 20 Oct 1794 in , Orange Co., VA.   When he was a young man he started on a log raft on the Ohio River that was destined for New Orleans and was never heard from afterward. His trunk was found at a hotel but no trace of him was ever found.

      97         v          Mildred26 Montague  [400], born 22 Oct 1797 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died 20 Nov 1870 in , Wyandot Co., OH, USA. She married on 11 Sep 1822 in , Orange Co., VA, USA, Fielding Herndon  [403], born Feb 1789 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died 1845 in , Wyandot Co., OH, USA, son of John Herndon [506]  and Elizabeth Wright [507] .

+    98         vi          David26 Montague  [45], born 25 Feb 1800 in , Orange Co., VA, USA. He married Nancy Herndon  [46].

      99         vii         Elizabeth26 Montague  [401], born 13 Apr 1803 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died 25 May 1874. She married in Jan 1834, Lewis Faulkner  [413], born 1799 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>; died 28 Sep 1845.

      100       viii        Sarah26 Montague  [402], born 7 Nov 1807 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died 17 Jul 1830.

 

Generation 26

 

98. David26 Montague  [45] (Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 25 Feb 1800 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 5 Oct 1932 in St. George Utah; died 2 Mar 1834 in , Orange Co., VA, USA. He married on 27 Dec 1819 in , Orange Co., VA, USA, Nancy Herndon  [46], born 1800 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died 7 Feb 1874 in Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH, USA, daughter of John Herndon [506]  and Elizabeth Wright [507] .

      On July 11, 1818 as a young man of 18 David Montague sat high on his stage as he was the first person to drive across the new bridge crossing the Youghiogheny River at Somerfield, PA.

 

 

Notes for David MONTAGUE:

      Film# 170875 Page#: 323 Ord.#: 12594

 

      Children of David MONTAGUE and Nancy HERNDON were as follows:

+    101       i           Fielding27 Montague  [35], born 4 Jun 1820 in , Orange Co., VA, USA. died 2 Aug 1901 Wharton Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA  He married Elizabeth Baker  [36].

      102       ii           Susan Mildred27 Montague  [246], born 14 Jan 1822 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 26 Oct 1963 in Los Angeles California; endowed 15 Nov 1963 in Los Angeles California; sealed to parents Pre-1970 ; died  in Post Oak, Spotts Co., VA, USA. She married on 18 Dec 1845, Jackson Mastin  [416], born 1818 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>; died  in Post Oak, Spotts Co., VA, USA.   NAME! Nickname "Millie". Film #: 452936 Ord. #: 45782

      103       iii          Elizabeth27 Montague  [408], born 1823 in , Orange Co., VA, USA. She married  William E. Brown  [509], born 1812 in , OH, USA.

      104       iv          Sarah Ann27 Montague  [409], born 1826 in , Orange Co., VA, USA.

      105       v          Jane27 Montague  [410], born 1828 in , Orange Co., VA, USA.

      106       vi          David27 Montague  [247], born 3 Jul 1831 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 26 Apr 1966 in Idaho Falls Idaho; endowed 7 May 1966 in Idaho Falls Idaho; sealed to parents Pre-1970 ; died 30 Dec 1908 in Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH, USA; buried  in Wesley Cemetary, Fairfield Co., OH, USA. He married on 24 May 1857 in , Fairfield Co., OH, USA, Olive Cooper  [417], born 18 Oct 1835 in , Fairfield Co., OH, USA; died 3 Apr 1907 in Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH, USA; buried  in Wesley Cemetary, Fairfield Co., OH, USA.  

                                 Film #: 442836 Page #: 12 Ord. #: 03742

      107       vii         Lucinda27 Montague  [411], born 1832 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; died  in Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH, USA. She married on 29 Nov 1853 in , Fairfield Co., OH, USA, Isaac Cooper  [412], born 1828 in <, Orange Co., VA, USA>; died  in Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH, USA.

 

Generation 27

 

101. Fielding27 Montague  [35] (David26, Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 4 Jun 1820 in , Orange Co., VA, USA; baptized 26 Feb 1966 in Idaho Falls Idaho; endowed 7 May 1966 in Idaho Falls Idaho; died 2 Aug 1901 in Wharton Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 1901 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA. He married on 22 Oct 1842 in Fairfield Co., OH, USA, Elizabeth Baker  [36], born 8 Nov 1825 in MD, USA; baptized 29 Apr 1966 in Idaho Falls Idaho; endowed 6 Jul 1966 in Idaho Falls Idaho; sealed to parents 1970; died 1913 in Wharton Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 1913 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA, daughter of  Baker [346] .

 

Fielding Montague & Elizabeth Baker

Notes for Fielding MONTAGUE:

      Film#: 442836 Page#: 7 Ord.#03742 ADDRESS: RFD #1 Farmington, PA : Mentioned in "THE OLD PIKE:..." book By Thomas B. Searight pp 131.

 

      Children of Fielding MONTAGUE and Elizabeth BAKER were as follows:

      108       i           James W.28 Montague  [39], born 9 Apr 1845 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 1 Nov 1863; buried 1863 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA.   Was a Union Soldier killed in the Civil War.

      109       ii           Sarah Ann28 Montague  [40], born 2 Oct 1848 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 24 Jul 1850 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 5 Jul 1850 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA.

      110       iii          David28 Montague  [38], born 18 Jun 1850 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 17 Apr 1868 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 21 Apr 1868 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA.

      111       iv          Nancy Ellen28 Montague  [418], born 24 Jan 1853 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died  in Fayette Springs, Fayette Co., PA, USA. She married on 17 Dec 1876, Calvin L. Dean  [420], born 15 Mar 1855 in <Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA>; died  in Fayette Springs, Fayette Co., PA, USA.

      112       v          John W.28 Montague  [37], born 10 May 1855 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; baptized 11 Feb 1966 in Los Angeles California; endowed 10 Mar 1966 in Los Angeles California; died 1944 in Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 1944 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA. He married on 6 Apr 1883, Ruth Callas  [43], born 14 Sep 1862 in <, Fayette Co., PA, USA>; died 1932 in Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 1932 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA.   Film#: 452949 Ords.# 51236

      113       vi          Mary E.28 Montague  [42], born 26 Jun 1858 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 11 Aug 1878 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 15 Aug 1878 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA.

      114       vii         Annie28 Montague  [419], born 9 Oct 1860 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA. She married on 24 Dec 1890 in , Fayette Co., PA, USA, John R. Watson  [510], born 1856 in <Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA>.

+    115       viii        Fielding28 Montague  [23], born 7 Mar 1863 in Wharton Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA. He married Arsie Belle Brister  [24].

      116       ix          Minnie Belle28 Montague  [41], born 9 May 1866 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 27 Nov 1878 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 30 Nov 1878 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA.

      117       x          Grant28 Montague  [240], born 4 Dec 1868 in Henry Clay Twp., PA; baptized 5 Oct 1932 in St. George Utah.   B&S T000008

      118       xi          Charles28 Montague  [44], born 10 Jun 1870 in Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 23 Dec 1942 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA; buried 27 Dec 1942 in Sansom Chapel, Fayette Co., PA, USA.

Generation 28

 

115. Fielding28 Montague  [23] (Fielding27, David26, Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 7 Mar 1863 in Wharton Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; baptized 12 Oct 1974 in Alberta Canada; endowed 7 Jan 1975 in Alberta Canada; sealed to parents 23 Jan 1975 in Alberta Canada; died 1947 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA; buried 1947 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married in 1889, Arsie Belle Brister  [24], born 1864 in <Beallsville, Washington Co., PA, USA>; died 1936 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA; buried 1936 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA, daughter of Henry B. Brister [47]  and Elizabeth Amos [48] .

 

Notes for Fielding MONTAGUE

      B&S T000003 ADDRESS: RFD #3 Confluence, PA

 

       

 

.........THE CATAMOUNT STORY.........

 

This is the Catamount Story as Fielding Montague told it to his Grandchildren

 

       When I was a little boy of twelve I had some sheep. We lived on a farm over in Farmington just below the Dinner Bell. The old pike ran right between our house and the barn. One day while I was on the front porch watching for the stage coach to go by, I heard the sheep bleating and then saw them running down along the fence toward the barn. Just then I saw why they were so scared. A big catamount was sneaking up behind them. I whistled for the dog and sicked him on that old catamount. I then ran into the house to get the musket. I couldn't reach it so I dragged a chair up to the wall and got up on the chair to get the musket. It is a good thing that my daddy always kept it loaded, because I forgot all about the ammunition. I ran out of the house and across the road. As I climbed the fence I could hear the dog barking tree. I ran up through the woods and there it was. The biggest cat that I had ever seen. He was standing on a fallen log with his back arched, hissing and spatting at the dog. I put the musket to my shoulder and took careful aim. I squeezed the trigger and heard a loud roar as the pain went through my shoulder. I landed on the ground with the musket on top of me. All I could see was smoke. I got up and brushed myself off. I could hear the dog barking trail in the distance. I went over to the fallen log and there were deep claw marks in the log left by the big cat as he left it. To me this was an indication that I may have hit it. All at once I heard the dog barking tree again. I began running toward the barking. When I got to the edge of the woods I could see the dog had the catamount treed in the middle of the field. I ran over to the tree and there he was on a limb about twenty feet off the ground. He was hissing and spatting his paw at me and the dog. I didn't have any more ammunition so I pulled out my penknife and opened the blade. And there I stood under the tree with only my dog and penknife and an empty musket wondering what to do. Finally I decided to go to the edge of the field and see if I could call my sister. I ran to the edge of the field and began to scream for Minnie. Finally she heard me and answered. She said, ”What are you screaming about?". We were so far from one another that it was hard to understand each other. I was screaming, "Bring me some ammunition". Finally she said OK and then was silent. I ran back to the tree with my penknife drawn ready to do my best if that thing pounced on me. I was counting heavily on the dog helping me out. Finally I heard Minnie screaming from the edge of the woods. She had the ammunition but was afraid to bring it out to me. I ran back to where she stood at the edge of the woods and got the ammunition. She was crying and said that she was going to tell on me. I was not allowed to take the gun out alone. I took the ammunition and loaded the old muzzle loader. I didn't know how much powder to put in so I just guessed at it. After loading the gun I went back to the tree in the center of the field. The catamount was still in the tree hissing at the dog. And the dog was still barking and carrying on. I got directly under the cat and raised the gun vertically. It was easier to hold that way. I waited until the big cat opened his mouth for a big hiss and then let him have it right in the mouth. Again I didn't see him come tumbling out of the tree as I was again lying on the ground surrounded in smoke. I heard the dog barking again in the direction of my sister and this time I got to my feet a little faster. As I started toward the edge of the woods the barking had stopped and I could hear growls and yips. I could also hear my sister screaming. I then saw that the dog and catamount were in the ditch surrounding the field next to the woods. I knew then that I had hit the catamount but he wasn't dead yet. By the time I got to the ditch the dog was finishing him off. I put my arm around Minnie and begged her not to tell on me as we both stood staring into the ditch at the big cat. I had called the dog off and he was now standing beside us wagging his tail and panting. Every once in a while he would look at the catamount and wag his tail and bark as if to say, we got the best of you. We left the catamount lying in the ditch as we began walking back through the woods toward home. Minnie promised not to tell on me and helped me put the gun and ammunition away when we got home. Dad later found the decomposing catamount in the ditch and wondered who had killed it. Like a good sister Minnie kept her word and never told, however, I think my father figured it out when he later found the muzzle loader hanging on the wall unloaded, but he never said anything about it. Sister Minnie died a short time later at the age of twelve.

The Montague farm in Addison Twp. where Skiles F. Montague grew up.

 

Notes for Arsie Belle BRISTER:

      NAME: The "Children of Mt. Soma" book by Gertrude J. Stephens lists Arsie Belle's name as Arabell.

 

      Children of Fielding MONTAGUE and Arsie Belle BRISTER were as follows:

      119       i           Frank David29 Montague  [26], born 1890 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 1967 in Addison, Somerset Co., PA, USA; buried 1967 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married  Viola Sue  [31], born 1887 in <Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA>; died 1954 in Addison, Somerset Co., PA, USA; buried 1954 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA.

      120       ii           Goldia Hannah29 Montague  [25], born 17 Mar . She married  Walter Aaron Beachy  [30].

     

121 iii          Benjamin William29 Montague  [27], born 15 Apr 1893 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 29 Sep 1966 in Wheeling, Marshall Co., WV, USA; buried 2 Oct 1966 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married in 1917, Eva Mae Miller  [32], born 2 Apr 1896 in , Somerset Co., PA, USA; died 1982; buried 1982 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA

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      122       iv          Ray Fielding29 Montague  [28], born 1895 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 1957 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA; buried 1957 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married (1)  Nettie Jane Rodeheaver  [33], born 1898 in <Somerfield, Somerset Co., PA, USA>; died 1925; buried 1925 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married (2)  Margaret J. Rodeheaver  [34], born 1911 in <Somerfield, Somerset Co., PA, USA>; died 1966; buried 1966 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA.   ADDRESS: RFD #1 Addison, PA 15411

 

Notes for Ray Fielding Montague:

                                      The old saying about history repeating itself came true when the Somerfield bridge - carrying US Route 40 across the Youghioggheny Lake - was opened on August 15, 1947. The first person across was Ray Fielding Montague, operator of a store in the vicinity. In 1818 - 129 years ago - the first person across the old stone bridge over the Youghiogheny River at Somerfield, Pa. was Mr. Montague's great-grandfather David Montague, driver of a stage coach between Cumberland, Md. and Brownsville, Pa. The stage coach man lived at the foot of Chestnut Ridge on a property that remains in the family to this day. The old stone bridge, known as the "Great Crossings Bridge," was begun in 1809, and was opened on July 11, 1818. A lot of changes have been made in the span of years that came between the "firsts" that came between great-grandfather and great-grandson. In the early 19th century David Montague was high on the seat of his stage coach, with the reins of several horses in his hands. When Ray F. Montague went across, with his eight month old granddaughter, Linda Rae Prinkey, beside him, he controlled at the touch of his hand a machine many times stronger in horsepower. The stone bridge spanned only the river; the new highway bridge carries the road high above what will be a vast reservoir created by the Confluence dam.

 

+    123       v          Skiles Farwell29 Montague  [15], born 6 Nov 1901 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA. He married Leah Belle Crawford  [16].

Birthplace of Skiles Farwell Montague

Located on US 40 across from Glisan’s Restaurant

 

      124       vi          James Henry29 Montague  [29], born 1906 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA; died 1946 in Star Junction, Fayette Co., PA, USA; buried 1946 in Addison Cemetery, Somerset Co., PA, USA.

 

Generation 29

 

123. Skiles Farwell29 Montague  [15] (Fielding28, Fielding27, David26, Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 6 Nov 1901 in Henry Clay Twp., Fayette Co., PA, USA; died 5 Jan 1976 in Morgantown, Monongalia Co., WV, USA; buried 8 Jan 1976 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married on 25 Dec 1932 in Mt. Pleasant, Isabella Co., MI, USA, Leah Belle Crawford  [16], born 19 Dec 1914 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA; died 3 May 1988 in Waynesburg, Greene Co., PA, USA; buried 6 May 1988 in Addison Cemetary, Somerset Co., PA, USA, daughter of Hamilton Jacob B. Crawford [57]  and Leah Myrtle Havner [58] .

The Hamilton Crawford Family

Elmer, Ham, Ted, Myrtle, Arnold, Ida, Leah, Nellie, Mina

 

Notes for Skiles Farwell MONTAGUE

      !NAME: Nickname: "Skinny"

ADDRESS: RFD #1 Addison, PA 15411 PHONE: 814/395-3357.

 

Skiles Farwell Montague & Leah Belle Crawford Montague

       

******ORIGIN AND ANTIQUITY OF THE NAME MONTAGUE******

       

      The name Montague is one of the oldest surnames in existence. It came to France with the Northmen from Scandinavia and thence to England with Drogo in 1066 from Normandy, and originated in the Latin de monte acuto, meaning "of or from a sharp or pointed mountain" [a mountain peak]. It has been written in various forms as de Monte Acuto, Monteacuto, Montacute, Montagute, Montaigut, Montaigu, Montagu, Mountagu, Mountague, Montague. There is a mountain in the Pyrenees of considerable height called Montacuto. In the department of Aisne, in France, may be seen the ruins of an old feudal Castle, named Montaigu, situated in a town of the same name. This castle was an important fortress in the tenth century. It was besieged and taken by Louis d'Outre-mer in 948, was twice captured by the English, once in 1375 and again in 1424, and was finally taken by Charles VI in 1444. There was also a strong fortress of the name of Montaigu, in Vendee, that was twice besieged in the uprising of 1793. There are several other places in France bearing the name of Montaigu; but that from which the English family sprang was Montagu-les-Bois, in the district of Coutances, in Normandy. Of this place one writer says, "Its ancient Lords were famous in the middle ages." In France there were Lords of Montagu, Counts of Chalon, and Eudes; there was Pierre Guerin de Montaigu, Grand Master of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem in 1208; there was Gilles Aycelin de Montaigut Archbishop of Rouen, and the founder of the college of Montagu at Paris, which existed from 1314 till about 1850. Two brothers of the family of this Archbishop attained the dignity of Cardinals. The name Montagu is a word of three syllables, pronounced Mont-a-gue, and has no connection with the name of two syllables Mon-Tague, which is a corruption of the Irish name Mac Teague, meaning the son of Teague. Montague a thousand years ago in Normandy was spelled Montagu. In the Doomsday book of William the Conquorer (1066) it is spelled Montagud, the "d" silent. The early generations in England spelled the name in Latin, Montacute. This was caused Camden says, on account of continuous wars with France, there was a hatred of anything that was French. In English records of the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries, the name is often printed Mountague. In early records in America and upon tombstones it is spelled Mountague. Co. records of Spotts and Orange Va., have the name Mountague and Montecue. The name of Peter Montague on the Va. Muster roll of 1624 is spelled Petter Montecue. [Montecue and Montigue are simply a mis-spell.] The old Peerages in England have the name variously Mountague, Montague and Montagu. The titled families however have invariably spelled the name Montagu. This includes the Viscounts Montagu, the Dukes of Montagu, the Earls of Halifax and Sandwich and the Dukes of Manchester, and they undoubtedly have the most ancient way of spelling it. The final "e" as the name is commonly spelled, adds nothing to it, though from long usage one may be as correct as the other.

 

The children of Skiles Farwell Montague & Leah Belle Crawford Montague.

Elenora Elizabeth, Ruth Hannah, Skiles Fielding, Thomas James

 

 

 

 

      Children of Skiles Farwell MONTAGUE and Leah Belle CRAWFORD were as follows:

+    125       i           Skiles Fielding30 Montague (Sgt.)  [1], born 15 Aug 1933 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married (1) Charlotte Vern Buehrig  [2]. He married (2) Janet Rosa Hamel

 

                     Skiles Fielding Montague                Charlotte Vern Buehrig                     Janet Rosa Hamel

 

 

 

      126       ii           Ruth Hannah30 Montague  [17], born 20 Mar 1938 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA. She married on 10 Aug 1957 in Confluence, Somerset Co., PA, USA, Robert Thomas Oliver Bollinger  [20], born 3 Jun 1933 in Homestead, Allegheny Co., PA, USA. died 13 Oct 2001 in Oakland, MD, USA

 

Ruth Hanah Montague with husband Robert Thomas Oliver Bollinger and daughters.

Twila, Bob, Ruth, Eleanor

 

      127       iii          Thomas James30 Montague  [18], born 15 Feb 1943 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married on 2 Aug 1962 in Lavale, Allegany Co., MD, USA, Carol Ann Crisson  [21], born 14 Jan 1945 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, USA.   ADDRESS: 114 Canyon Village, Morgantown, WV 26508 PHONE: 304/594-3342

 

Thomas James Montague with wife Carol Ann Crisson and sons.

 Jeff, Doug, Carol, Tom, Jim

 

 

      128       iv          Elenora Elizabeth30 Montague  [19], born 1 Sep 1950 in Confluence, Somerset Co., PA, USA. She married on 7 Aug 1968 in Confluence, Somerset Co., PA, USA, Robert Leonard Burkett  [22], born 21 Oct 1943 in <Confluence, Somerset Co., PA, USA>.

 

Elenora Elizabeth Montague with her husband Robert Aaron Burkett and two of their three sons.

Scott, Bob, Ellie, Matt

 

Generation 30

 

125. Skiles Fielding30 Montague (Sgt.)  [1] (Skiles Farwell29, Fielding28, Fielding27, David26, Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 15 Aug 1933 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA. He married (1) on 14 Jun 1953 in Keesler AFB, Harrison Co., MS, USA, divorced , Charlotte Vern Buehrig  [2], born 23 Aug 1930 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, USA, daughter of Albert August Buehrig [136]  and Charlotte Josephine Horstman [137] .  He married (2) on 15 Dec 1979 in Darby, PA, Janet Rosa Hamel  [7], born 28 Jul 1943 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH, USA.

 

Skiles Fielding Montague & Janet Rosa Hamel Montague

 

Notes for Skiles Fielding MONTAGUE (Sgt.)

SFM ADDRESS 1016 Main St. Darby, PA 19023 PHONE: 610/461-6861

E-MAIL: Montague@juno.com HOMEPAGE: http://www.montague.org/

Home in Florida: ADDRESS: Casa Loma 109 50th. Ave. Terrace E. Bradenton, FL 34203

PHONE: 941/752-8970 MOBILE: 941-962-2956

 

TIDBIT! Skiles Fielding Montague was born in the same house and the same room as his mother Leah Belle Crawford and Skiles’ grandmother Arsie Belle Brister Montague was the midwife at both births.

Previous home address was: RFD#1 Box 144C Addison, PA 15411 Member AOPA Organized SAC Aero Club at Castle, AFB. Got private pilots license in 1956. Life Member of the Air Victory Museum. Founder & life member of the Lowcountry Gem & Mineral Society of Charleston, SC. Founder & life member of Metro Naturists. Life Member of the VFW & Life member of the Air Force Sergeants Association. Life member of Sampson AFB Veterans Association #1260. First president of the Darby Borough Historical & Preservation Society. Member of the Delaware County Historical Society Member of the Darby Creek Valley Association. Attended Waynesburg College. Majored in Biology and Geology. AE Electronics. Field Engineer Singer-Link. Founder & President of SFM,Inc. T/Sgt. USAF Retired after 21 years on active duty.

 

Skiles Fielding Montague with his four children.

Sam, Beth, Skiles, Leah, Dot

 

Notes for Charlotte Vern BUEHRIG:

      ADDRESS: 2724 NW 39th Drive Gainesville, FL 32606 PHONE: 352/375-6489

Gradated from Waynesburg College. BS Psychology & Education. Elementary School Teacher.

 

Notes for Janet Rosa HAMEL:

      E-MAIL: jhmontague@juno.com HOMEPAGE: http://www.oocities.org/Baja/5550/

Graduated from The University of New Hampshire. BS Psychology & Home Economics. High School Teacher. Real Estate Broker & Appraiser. Co-Owner of SFM, Inc. Co-founder and life member of Metro Naturists. Member of American Business Womens Association and Darby Business Association. The first Vice-President of the Darby Borough Historical and Preservation Society. Member of the Delaware County Historical Society. Member of the Darby Creek Valley Association. Life member of the Air Victory Museum.

 

      Children of Skiles Fielding MONTAGUE (Sgt.) and Charlotte Vern BUEHRIG were as follows:

      129       i           Charlotte Leah31 Montague  [3], born 21 Aug 1954 in Castle AFB, Merced Co., CA, USA. She married (1) in Not married , Robert Gillard  [8], born 1950 in <Castle AFB, Merced Co., CA, USA>. She married (2) in 1973 in Addison Twp., Somerset Co., PA, USA, divorced , Larry Paul Burkhead  [9], born 25 Oct 1950 in Douglas, Cochise Co., AZ, USA. She married (3) on 31 May 1983 in Winchester, Frederick Co., VA, USA, Theodore Joseph Kalenic  [10], born 23 Sep 1928 in Washington, Washington Co., PA, USA; died 28 Mar 1995 in Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA, USA.  

                                ADDRESS: 502 Newman Lane Uniontown, PA 15401 PHONE: 724/434-5255 Graduated from Penn State University Fayette Campus. Degree AE in Mechanical Engineering.

 

Charlotte Leah Montague with her husband Theodore Joseph Kalenic and her son Larry Paul Burkhead.

 

 

+    130       ii           Skiles Albert31 Montague (Dr.)  [4], born 18 Aug 1956 in Castle AFB, Merced Co., CA, USA. He married Naomi Louise Samter  [11]

                                  ADDRESS: 1207 N. Southlake Dr. Hollywood, FL 33019 PHONE: 954/925-9317

                                  PHD University of Florida – MD University of Miami.  Anesthesiologist

 

 

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Dr. Skiles Albert Montague with his wife Naomi Louise Samter and daughter Hannah Farwell Montague

 

 

      131       iii          Elizabeth Ruth31 Montague  [5], born 9 Sep 1961 in Chanute AFB, Champaign Co., IL, USA. She married on 20 Jul 1985 in Gainesville, Alachua Co., FL, USA, David Lloyd DePatie (Jr.)  [14], born 10 Dec 1956 in <Chanute AFB, Champaign Co., IL, USA>.   ADDRESS: 1801 NW 55th Terrace Gainesville, FL 32606 PHONE: 352/373-5602 Attended Santa Fe Community College, LPN Geriatric Nursing. Kindergarden Teacher.

 

Elizabeth Ruth Montague with husband David Lloyd DePatie and their children

Bethany Marie DePatie, Katelynn Christine DePatie, David Paul DePatie

 

      132       iv          Dorothy Jean31 Montague  [6], born 17 Dec 1963 in Chanute AFB, Champaign Co., IL, USA.  

Notes for Dorothy Jean Montague:

                                ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1268 Media, PA 19063 PHONE: 610-202-4890 Graduated from Harcum Junior College, AS Accounting, Cabrini College, BS Social Sciences. Achondroplastic Dwarf - It is believed that her Achondroplasia is not hereditary, but rather the result of her mother being X-Rayed during early pregnancy by a team of Air Force doctors who admittedly used her as an experiment.

Dorothy Jean Montague

 

 

 

Generation 31

 

129. Charlotte Leah Montague  [3] (Skiles Fielding30, Skiles Farwell29, Fielding28, Fielding27, David26, Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 21Aug 1954 in Castle AFB, Merced Co., CA, USA. Married Larry Paul Burkhead.

Children of Charlotte Leah MONTAGUE  and Larry Paul Burkhead were as follows:

      133       i           Larry Paul Burkhead  [11], born 29 Jan 1973 in Tucson, AZ, USA

 

130. Skiles Albert31 Montague (Dr.)  [4] (Skiles Fielding30, Skiles Farwell29, Fielding28, Fielding27, David26, Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 18 Aug 1956 in Castle AFB, Merced Co., CA, USA. He married on 12 Nov 1992 in Davenport, New Zealand, Naomi Louise Samter  [11], born 10 Jul 1960 in Indianapolis, IN, USA.

 

Notes for Skiles Albert MONTAGUE (Dr.):

      ADDRESS: 1207 North Southlake Dr. Hollywood, FL 33019 PHONE: 954/925-9317

Graduated from Potomac State Junior College, AS, Penn State University, BS Chemistry, University of Florida, PhD Chemistry, University of Miami, MD. Anesthesiologist.

 

Notes for Naomi Louise SAMTER:

      Graduated from the University of Miami, MS Geology.

 

      Children of Skiles Albert MONTAGUE (Dr.) and Naomi Louise SAMTER were as follows:

      134       i           Hannah Farwell32 Montague  [12], born 23 Sep 1994 in Miami, Dade Co., FL, USA.  

 

Hannah Farwell Montague

*** A Birthday Gift for Hannah ***

 

Happy birthday my dear grandchild.

You are the apple of my eye.

You are my only grandchild to have,

My name which came from way up high.

 

Long ago on a mountain peak,

A child was born in the snow.

He descended to the valley floor.

He was the first Monte-Acuto.

 

His descendants were Vikings,

And the Northmen warriors they say.

They sailed South from the Baltic,

And settled what is Normandy today.

 

William, Robert, and Drogo too,

Sailed to England with a crew.

At Hastings the battle they won,

Now all England's rulers were new.

 

They became the Kings and Queens,

And some were Dukes and Earls,

Or Knights in shining armuor.

That glistened like jewels and pearls.

 

These rulers of the English land,

Were descendants of the Montague clan.

Richard and Peter became discontent,

And then to the New World they ran.

 

Richard sailed to Massachusetts,

And brother Peter to Virginia.

Where a big family he did raise.

His career bloomed like a zinnia.

 

His descendants were true and good,

Doctors and lawyers many became,

Many were farmers and preachers too,

Our first president was one of them.

 

And so you see my dear grandchild,

Your great name is worth much more,

Than money, gems, or fine gold,

You are a Montague for sure.

 

Happy Birthday my dear Hannah!

Your birthday present is my name.

Though I can't give you riches,

I will always love you just the same.

  

Your Grandfather,

 

 Skiles F. Montague

 

 

131. Elizbaeth Ruth Montague  [5] (Skiles Fielding30, Skiles Farwell29, Fielding28, Fielding27, David26, Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 9 Sept. 1961 in Rantoul, Champaign Co., IL. USA. She married David Lloyd DePatie on 28 July 1985 in Gainesville, Alachua Co., FL, USA

 

Children of Elizabeth Ruth Montague and David Lloyd DePatie were as follows:

      135       i           Bethany Marie DePatie born on 12 August 1986 in Gainesville, Alachua Co., FL, USA.  

       136       i            Katelynn Christine DePatie born on 14 August 1990 in Gainesville, Alachua Co., FL, USA

       137       i             David Paul DePatie born on 21 December 1998  in Gainesville, Alachua Co., FL, USA

 

Generation 32

 

     132. Larry Paul2 Burkhead    [9], (Burkhead31,Skiles Fielding30, Skiles Farwell29, Fielding28, Fielding27, David26, Andrew25, Peter24, Peter23, Peter22, Peter21, Peter20, Peter19, William18, Robert17, William16, Robert15, Edward14, Richard13, John12, John11, William10, William9, Simon8, William7, William6, William5, Drue De4, Richard De3, William De2, Drogo De1), born 25 Oct 1950 in Douglas, Cochise Co., AZ, USA.. He married on 1 Oct. 1993 in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., VA, USA,Tammy Lavonne Coward [14], born Sumter, Sumter Co., SC, USA.>.  He married on in Norfolk, VA, Norfolk Co., VA, Sobeida Rivera [15], born Brooklyn, NY, USA

 Children of Larry Paul Burkhead and Sobeida Rivera were as follows:

       133      i              Brandon Paul Burkhead, born 29 Jul 2003 in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., VA, USA

                                 ADDRESS: 9624 16th Bay, Norfolk, VA 23818 PHONE: 757/362-0283 US Navy career man.

Paul & Tammy with three of their foster children Lexie, Annie, & Elijah .

                                           Paul, Betty, & Brandon

The descendants of Skiles Fielding Montague and Charlotte Vern Buehrig and their families.

 

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The Kings & I

 

By

 

Skiles Fielding Montague

 

 

     Skiles Fielding Montague was born on 15 August 1933 precisely to the month 1,000 years after the birth of his great 32nd generation grandfather Richard I Moriton who was born on 28 August 933. This document lists an unbroken chain of 34 generations of descendants from Richard I Moriton to Skiles’ last grandchild David Paul DePatie  born 21 December 1998 a span of 1,065 years 4 months.

     To navigate this path go through from Richard I Moriton to Generation 13 Margaret Monthermer & John Montacute Page 43 (This entry is printed in blue.) to Generation 11 John Montacute &  Margaret Monthermer  Page 7. (This entry is also printed in blue.) and continue on. The generations in the front of the book are from Drogo de Monte-Acuto and in this section from Richard I Morton. 

 

 

Descendants of

 

Richard I MORITON (Duke of Normandy) and

 

 Gonnor De CREPON (Duchess of Normandy)


 

1. Richard I1 Moriton (Duke of Normandy)  [370], born 28 Aug  933 in Fecamp, Normandy, France; baptized 7 Sep 1909; endowed 19 Jan 1912; sealed to parents 19 May 1954 in Salt Lake Utah; died 20 Nov  996 in Seine-Inferieure, Fecamp, Normandy, France. He married in  962 in , France, Gonnor De Crepon (Dchs.of Normandy)  [371], born  936 in , Normandy, France; baptized 20 Jun 1911; endowed 30 Mar 1911; sealed to husband 22 Jan 1912; died 1031.

 

Notes for Richard I MORITON (Duke of Normandy)

      !NAME: Nickname: "Richard the Fearless"

 

      Children of Richard I MORITON (Duke of Normandy) and Gonnor De CREPON (Dchs.of Normandy) were as follows:

+    2          i           Richard II2 Moriton (Duke of Normandy)  [368], born  958 in , Normandy, France. He married Judith (---) (Dchs.of Normandy)  [369].

 

Generation 2

 

2. Richard II2 Moriton (Duke of Normandy)  [368] (Richard I1), born  958 in , Normandy, France; baptized 20 Jun 1911; endowed 7 Mar 1924; sealed to parents 22 Jan 1937; died 23 Aug 1026 in , Fecamp, France; buried 28 Aug 1026 in , Fecamp, France. He married  in , Normandy, France, Judith (---) (Dchs.of Normandy)  [369], born  982 in Bretange, Rennes, France; baptized 20 Jun 1911; endowed 24 Dec 1914; sealed to husband 23 Dec 1935; died 1017 in , Normandy, France.

 

Notes for Richard II MORITON (Duke of Normandy)

      !NAME: Nickname "Richard the Good"

 

      Children of Richard II MORITON (Duke of Normandy) and Judith (---) (Dchs.of Normandy) were as follows:

+    3          i           Robert I3 Moriton (Duke of Normandy)  [366], born  999 in , Normandy, France. He married (1) Harlette De Falaise  [367]. He married (2)  Baker  [468].

 

Generation 3

 

3. Robert I3 Moriton (Duke of Normandy)  [366] (Richard II2, Richard I1), born  999 in , Normandy, France; baptized 1 Mar 1924; endowed 27 Mar 1924; sealed to parents 4 May 1955 in Salt Lake Utah; died 2 Jul 1035 in , Nicaea, Bithynia, Turkey; buried  in Nicaea Cathedral, Nicaea, Bithynia, Turkey. He married (1) in 1023, Harlette De Falaise  [367], born 1003 in Falaise, Calvados, France; baptized 24 Feb 1919; endowed 20 Jun 1919; sealed to husband 1 Aug 1924 in Salt Lake Utah. He married (2) in Not married ,  Baker  [468], born 1002 in <Falais, Calvados, Normandy, France>.

 

Notes for Robert I MORITON (Duke of Normandy)

      !NAME: Nickname "Robert the Magnificant"

 

      Children of Robert I MORITON (Duke of Normandy) and  BAKER were as follows:

+    4          i           Moriton4 William I (King of England)  [206], born 14 Oct 1024 in Falais, Calvados, Normandy, France. He married Matilda Flanders (Queen of England)  [207].

 

 

 

Generation 4

 

4. Moriton4 William I (King of England)  [206] (Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 14 Oct 1024 in Falais, Calvados, Normandy, France; baptized 31 Jul 1877 in St. George Utah; endowed 7 Feb 1884 in St. George Utah; sealed to parents 19 May 1954 in Salt Lake Utah; died 9 Sep 1087 in Hermentruvilleby, Rouen/S-Infer., Seine-Maritime, France; buried 10 Sep 1087 in Abbey St.Stephen, Calvados, France. He married in 1053 in Castle of Angi, Normandy, France, Matilda Flanders (Queen of England)  [207], born 1031 in <, Caen, Calvados, France>; baptized 11 Jan 1877; endowed 7 Aug 1878; sealed to husband 10 May 1928; died 2 Nov 1083 in , Caen, Calvados, France; buried 3 Nov 1083 in Holy Trinity Ch., Caen, Calvados, France, daughter of  Baldwin V [433]  and Adela (---) [434] .

 

Notes for Moriton WILLIAM I (King of England)

      !Nickname: "William the Conqueror" Came to England in 1066 from Normandy. William Moriton was the Duke of Normandy. * The illegitimate son of Robert his mother was a baker woman.

 

      Children of Moriton WILLIAM I (King of England) and Matilda FLANDERS (Queen of England) were as follows:

      5          i           Robert5 Moriton (Duke of Normandy)  [448], born 1054 in <Castle of Angi, Normandy, France>.

      6          ii           Rufus5 William II (King of England)  [447], born 1056 in <Selby, Yorkshire, England, GB>; died 1100.

      7          iii          Richard5 Moriton  [449], born 1058 in <Selby, Yorkshire, England, GB>.

      8          iv          Adela5 Moriton  [450], born 1060 in <Selby, Yorkshire, England, GB>.

+    9          v          Beauclerc5 Henry I (King of England)  [201], born 1068 in Selby, Yorkshire, England, GB. He married Matilda MacDuncan (Queen of England)  [204].

      10         vi          Gundred5 Moriton  [301], born 1070 in <Selby, Yorkshire, England, GB>. She married  William de Warren (Earl of Warren)  [302].

 

Generation 5

 

9. Beauclerc5 Henry I (King of England)  [201] (Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 1068 in Selby, Yorkshire, England, GB; baptized 22 May 1877 in St. George Utah; endowed 8 Jun 1877 in St. George Utah; sealed to parents 18 May 1933 in Salt Lake Utah; died 1 Dec 1135 in St. Denis, Seine-St., Denis, France; buried 4 Jan 1136 in Reading, Berkshire, England, GB. He married  Matilda MacDuncan (Queen of England)  [204], born 1079 in Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland, GB; baptized 7 Nov 1893 in Salt Lake Utah; endowed 21 Feb 1895 in Logan Utah; sealed to parents 9 Jun 1933; died 1 May 1118 in Westminster, Middlesex, England, GB; buried Jun 1118 in Church St. Peter, Westminster, England, GB, daughter of MacDuncan Malcomb III (King of Scotland) [205]  and Margaret Atheling (Queen / Scotland) [310] .

 

Notes for Beauclerc HENRY I (King of England)

      Ruled 1100-1135

 

      Children of Beauclerc HENRY I (King of England) and Matilda MACDUNCAN (Queen of England) were as follows:

      11         i           William6 Aethling  [451], born 1100 in <London, Middlesex, England, GB>; died 1120.

+    12         ii           Matilda6 Beauclerc (Empress)  [202], born 5 Aug 1102 in London, Middlesex, England, GB. She married Geoffrey V Plantagenet (Count)  [203].

 

 

 

 

Generation 6

 

12. Matilda6 Beauclerc (Empress)  [202] (Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 5 Aug 1102 in London, Middlesex, England, GB; baptized 7 Nov 1893 in Salt Lake Utah; endowed 10 May 1899 in Salt Lake Utah; sealed to parents 19 May 1954 in Salt Lake Utah; died 10 Sep 1168 in Notre Dame, Rouen, France; buried  in Le Bec-Hellouin, Eure, Eure, France. She married  Geoffrey V Plantagenet (Count)  [203], born 24 Aug 1113 in , Anjou, France; baptized 26 Nov 1932; endowed 3 Mar 1933; died 7 Sep 1151 in , Eure-Et-Loire, France.

 

      Children of Matilda Beauclerc (Empress) and Geoffrey V PLANTAGENET (Count) were as follows:

+    13         i           Plantagenet7 Henry II (King of England)  [198], born 5 Mar 1133 in Lemans, Maine, Anjou Orleanis, France. He married (1) Eleanor Aquatine (Queen of England)  [199]. He married (2) Alice Alix (Princess)  [457].

 

Generation 7

 

13. Plantagenet7 Henry II (King of England)  [198] (Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 5 Mar 1133 in Lemans, Maine, Anjou Orleans, France; baptized 30 Mar 1930; endowed 11 Oct 1934; sealed to parents 18 May 1933; died 6 Jul 1189 in Chinon, Indre-et-Lr, France; buried 8 Jul 1189 in Fontevrault Abbe, Mel, France. He married (1) on 11 May 1152 in Bordeaux, Gironde, France, Eleanor Aquatine (Queen of England)  [199], born 1123 in Bordeaux, Aquitaine, France; baptized 7 Nov 1893; endowed 20 Jun 1919; sealed to husband 1 Jul 1937; died 31 Mar 1204 in Mirabell Castle, Fontevrault, L'Ab, Mel, France; buried  in Monastery, Fontevrault, L'Ab, Mel, France, daughter of William Aquatine (Duke) [200] .  He married (2) in Not married , Alice Alix (Princess)  [457], born 1170 in , France; died 1221, daughter of  Louis VII (King of France) [311]  and  Alix (Cts. of Champagne) [458] .

 

Notes for Plantagenet HENRY II (King of England)

      Ruled 1154-1189 The first of the ANGEVIN Kings. By marrying Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine in 1152, he acquired vast lands in France. His policy of establishing royal authority in England led to Thomas A. Becket's murder.

 

Notes for Alice ALIX (Princess)

      !NOTE: Had illegitimate child by Henry II which was stillborn.

 

      Children of Plantagenet HENRY II (King of England) and Eleanor AQUATINE (Queen of England) were as follows:

      14         i           8 Richard I (King of England)  [452], born 8 Sep 1157 in Beaumont Palace, Oxford, England, GB; died 6 Apr 1199 in Chalus, Limoustin, France.   !NAME: Nickname: "Richard the Lion-Hearted".

+    15         ii           Eleanor8 Plantagenet (Queen of Castile)  [245], born 13 Oct 1162 in Dumfront, Normandy, France. She married  Alfonso VIII (King of Castile)  [440].

+    16         iii          Lackland8 John (King of England)  [195], born 24 Dec 1166 in Kings Manorhouse, Oxford, England, GB. He married Isabella Taillefer (Queen of England)  [196].

 

Generation 8

 

15. Eleanor8 Plantagenet (Queen of Castile)  [245] (Plantagenet7, Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 13 Oct 1162 in Dumfront, Normandy, France; died 31 Oct 1214 in Burgos, Spain. She married on 22 Sep 1177,  Alfonso VIII (King of Castile)  [440], born 11 Nov 1155 in Castile, Spain; died 6 Oct 1214 in Huelgas, Burgos, Spain.

 

Notes for Eleanor PLANTAGENET (Queen of Castile)

      Daughter of King Henry II.

 

      Children of Eleanor PLANTAGENET (Queen of Castile) and  ALFONSO VIII (King of Castile) were as follows:

+    17         i           Berengaria9 (---)  [441], born 1181 in Segovia, Castile, Spain. She married  Alfonso IX (King of Leon)  [442].

 

16. Lackland8 John (King of England)  [195] (Plantagenet7, Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 24 Dec 1166 in Kings Manorhouse, Oxford, England, GB; baptized 26 Nov 1932; endowed 24 Feb 1933 in Arizona; sealed to parents 28 May 1937 in Salt Lake Utah; died 19 Oct 1216 in Newark, Nottinghamshire, England, GB; buried  in Cathedral, Worcester, England, GB. He married  Isabella Taillefer (Queen of England)  [196], born 1180 in Angouleme, Charente, France; baptized 12 Dec 1893; endowed 10 Oct 1923 in Logan Utah; died 31 May 1246 in Fontevrault, L'Ab, Mel, France; buried  in Fontevrault Abbe, Anjou, Isere, France, daughter of Aymer Angouleme [197] .

 

Notes for Lackland JOHN (King of England)

      Ruled 1189-1216

 

      Children of Lackland JOHN (King of England) and Isabella TAILLEFER (Queen of England) were as follows:

+    18         i           Plantagenet9 Henry III (King of England)  [193], born 10 Oct 1207 in Winchester, Hampshire, England, GB. He married Eleanor Provence  [194].

 

Generation 9

 

 

17. Berengaria9 (---)  [441] (Eleanor8 Plantagenet, Plantagenet7, Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 1181 in Segovia, Castile, Spain; died 1245 in Burgos, Spain. She married in Oct 1197 in , Spain,  Alfonso IX (King of Leon)  [442], born 1168 in Zamora, Leon, Spain; died 23 Sep 1230 in Uallanueva, de Sarria, Spain.

 

      Children of Berengaria (---) and  ALFONSO IX (King of Leon) were as follows:

+    19         i           10 Fernando III (King of Castile)  [443], born 5 Aug 1201 in Leon, Spain. He married Jeanne Dammartin (Cts. of Ponthieu)  [444].

 

18. Plantagenet9 Henry III (King of England)  [193] (Lackland8, Plantagenet7, Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 10 Oct 1207 in Winchester, Hampshire, England, GB; baptized 26 Nov 1932 in Arizona; endowed 23 Feb 1933 in Arizona; died 16 Nov 1272 in Westminster, London, England, GB; buried 20 Nov 1272 in Westminster Abbe, London, England, GB. He married in 1236, Eleanor Provence  [194], born 1215 in <Westminster, London, England, GB>, daughter of Raymond Provence (Count / Provence) [303] .

Notes for Plantagenet HENRY III (King of England)

      Ruled 1216-1272

 

      Children of Plantagenet HENRY III (King of England) and Eleanor PROVENCE were as follows:

+    20         i           Longshank10 Edward I (King of England)  [192], born 17 Jun 1239 in Westminster, London, England, GB. He married (1) Eleanor Castile (Queen of England)  [312] (see 22). He married (2) Marguerite (---) (Queen of England)  [373].

      21         ii           Edmond10 Plantagenet (Earl / Lancaster)  [304], born 1241 in <Westminster, London, England, GB>. He married  Queen of Navarre Blanche (Queen Dowager)  [305].

 

Generation 10

 

19. 10 Fernando III (King of Castile)  [443] (Berengaria9 (---), Eleanor8 Plantagenet, Plantagenet7, Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 5 Aug 1201 in Leon, Spain; died 30 May 1252 in Sevilla, Spain. He married in 1237 in Burgos, Spain, Jeanne Dammartin (Cts. of Ponthieu)  [444], born 1216 in Dammartin, France; died 15 Mar 1279, daughter of Simon De Dammartin [454]  and Marie J. Ponthieu [455] .

 

      Children of  FERNANDO III (King of Castile) and Jeanne DAMMARTIN (Cts. of Ponthieu) were as follows:

      22         i           Eleanor11 Castile (Queen of England)  [312], born 1244 in Burgos, Castile, Spain; baptized 6 Sep 1920; endowed 10 Nov 1920 in Salt Lake Utah; died 29 Nov 1290 in Herdeby, Lincolnshire, England, GB; buried 16 Dec 1290 in Westminster Abbe, London, England, GB. She married in Oct 1254 in Burgos, Burgos, Spain, Longshank Edward I (King of England)  [192] (see 20), born 17 Jun 1239 in Westminster, London, England, GB; christened 22 Jun 1239 in Westminster, Middlesex, England, GB; baptized 1 Nov 1930; endowed 26 Jan 1931; sealed to parents 18 May 1933 in Salt Lake Utah; sealed to wife 12 Feb 1943 in Salt Lake Utah; died 7 Jul 1307 in Burgh-on-the-San, Cumberland, England, GB; buried 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster Abbe, London, England, GB, son of Plantagenet Henry III (King of England) [193]  and Eleanor Provence [194] .

 

20. Longshank10 Edward I (King of England)  [192] (Plantagenet9, Lackland8, Plantagenet7, Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 17 Jun 1239 in Westminster, London, England, GB; christened 22 Jun 1239 in Westminster, Middlesex, England, GB; baptized 1 Nov 1930; endowed 26 Jan 1931; sealed to parents 18 May 1933 in Salt Lake Utah; died 7 Jul 1307 in Burgh-on-the-San, Cumberland, England, GB; buried 28 Oct 1307 in Westminster Abbe, London, England, GB. He married (1) in Oct 1254 in Burgos, Burgos, Spain, Eleanor Castile (Queen of England)  [312] (see 22), born 1244 in Burgos, Castile, Spain; baptized 6 Sep 1920; endowed 10 Nov 1920 in Salt Lake Utah; sealed to husband 12 Feb 1943 in Salt Lake Utah; died 29 Nov 1290 in Herdeby, Lincolnshire, England, GB; buried 16 Dec 1290 in Westminster Abbe, London, England, GB, daughter of  Fernando III (King of Castile) [443]  and Jeanne Dammartin (Cts. of Ponthieu) [444] .  He married (2) on 8 Sep 1299 in Canterbury Cathe, Kent, England, GB, Marguerite (---) (Queen of England)  [373], born 1279 in Paris, Seine, France; baptized 24 Jun 1933; endowed 31 Oct 1933 in Arizona; sealed to husband 11 Feb 1943 in St. George Utah; died 14 Feb 1317 in Marlborough Cast, Wiltshire, England, GB; buried  in Grey Friars, London, Middlesex, England.

 

Notes for Longshank EDWARD I (King of England)

      Ruled 1272-1307

 

      Children of Longshank EDWARD I (King of England) and Eleanor CASTILE (Queen of England) were as follows:

      23         i           Eleanor11 Plantagenet (Princess)  [660], born 1264 in <Burgos, Burgos, Spain>; died 1297.

+    24         ii           Jone d'Acres11 Plantagenet  [191], born 1270 in Acre, Galilee, Palestine, Israel. She married (1) Ralph Monthermer (Sir)  [190]. She married (2) Gilbert De Clare  [372].

      26         iii          Margaret11 Plantagenet  [661], born 1275 in <Acre, Galilee, Palestine, Israel>; died 1318.

      28         iv          Elizabeth11 Plantagenet (Princess)  [662], born Aug 1282 in Rhallan, Wales, GB; died May 1316.

      30         v          Plantagenet11 Edward II (King of England)  [445], born 25 Apr 1284 in Caernarvon Cstle, England, GB; died Sep 1327 in Berkley Castle, England, GB; buried  in Gloucester Cathe. He married on 25 Jan 1308 in Boulogne, Isabella (---)  [446], born 1295 in Paris, France; died 22 Aug 1358 in Castle Rising, Norfolk, England, GB; buried  in Grey Friars Church, London, England, GB.

 

Generation 11

 

24. Jone d'Acres11 Plantagenet  [191] (Longshank10, Plantagenet9, Lackland8, Plantagenet7, Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 1270 in Acre, Galilee, Palestine, Israel; baptized 14 Aug 1900; endowed 9 Aug 1901; sealed to parents 12 Feb 1943; died 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England, GB. She married (1) in Jan 1296, Ralph Monthermer (Sir)  [190], born 1275 in <Acre, Galilee, Palestine, Israel>; died 1323. She married (2) on 30 Apr 1290 in Westminster Abbe, London, England, GB, Gilbert De Clare  [372], born 2 Sep 1243 in Christ Church, Hampshire, England, GB; died 7 Dec 1295 in Monmouth Castle, Monmouth, Wales, GB; buried  in Tewksbury Abbey.

 

Notes for Gilbert De CLARE

      Earl of Gloucester

 

      Children of Jone d'Acres PLANTAGENET and Ralph MONTHERMER (Sir) were as follows:

+    32         i           Thomas12 Monthermer  [189], born 1297 in <Acre, Galilee, Palestine, Israel>. He married Margaret Tiptoft  [659].

 

Generation 12

 

32. Thomas12 Monthermer  [189] (Jone d'Acres11 Plantagenet, Longshank10, Plantagenet9, Lackland8, Plantagenet7, Matilda6, Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1), born 1297 in <Acre, Galilee, Palestine, Israel>. He married  Margaret Tiptoft  [659].

 

 

 

      Children of Thomas MONTHERMER and Margaret TIPTOFT were as follows:

+    34         i           Margaret13 Monthermer  [184] married John Montacute (Sir)  [183].

 

Generation 13

 

34. Margaret13 Monthermer  [184] (Thomas12, Jone d'Acres11 Plantagenet, Longshank10, Plantagenet9, Lackland8, Plantagenet7, Matilda6 , Beauclerc5, Moriton4, Robert I3, Richard II2, Richard I1) married  John Montacute (Sir)  [183], born 1327 in <Donyatt, Somerset Co., England, GB>; died 1396, son of William Montacute (King of Man) [208]  and Katharine Grandison [209] .

 

      Children of Margaret MONTHERMER and John MONTACUTE (Sir) were as follows:

+    36         i           John14 Montacute (Sir)  [174], born 1357. He married Maud Francis  [175].

      37         ii           Richard14 Montacute  [170]

      38         iii          Thomas14 Montacute  [185]   Dean of Salisbury.

      39         iv          Sybil14 Montacute  [186]

      40         v          Catherine14 Montacute  [187]

      41         vi          Margaret14 Montacute  [188]

 

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