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Montgomery, Brave Montgomery, Our love still clings to thee Its the sunshine to our county its the richest wealth and bounty Ever onward we shall go Up the hill through weal or woe And thy name well ever love With a faith that from above Thou still is heard to plead Youll never be ashamed to follow Where your commander chooses to lead!
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Truer words were never spoken Nobler paths were never trod A more heroic soul has never broken Through the great white light that leads to God.
In thy honor, Brave Montgomery Our beautiful county weve named And if thou art not ashamed W e have caught the spirit of thy message Making us the greatest county in the state Where we lead; others not ashamed to follow, Are marching toward the greatest of the great The names of Wallace, Lane and Manson Are sounded the whole world oer The stories of Mary Krout and Maurice Thompson, Are told and read on every shore It was here was sung the first lullaby Whose, sweet music has circled the world oer Of our consolidated schools born not to die But to grow in beauty and grandeur more and more Oh!
Some were great (like Betty & Fred), others good, a couple not so much :) Overall, though, they tried and kept us going as one of the ONLY FREE genealogy sites.Lane, Senator and personal friend to President Lincoln); Lew Wallace Study (author of the book, Ben Hur); DAR house (owned by the Elston family until the Dorothy Q Chapter, DAR purchased it); and Wabash College (an all-male Liberal Arts School with less than 1,000 students dating back to 1832).Townships include Brown (with towns of Browns Valley and Waveland); Clark (Ladoga); Coal Creek (New Richmond, Wingate and Elmdale); Franklin (Darlington, Shannondale); Madison (Linden and Kirkpatrick); Ripley (Alamo, Yountsville); Scott (Parkersburg, New Market); Sugar Creek (Bowers); Union (Crawfordsville; Whitesville); Walnut (New Ross, Mace); Wayne (Waynetown).Source: Crawfordsville Review, July 4, 1916 p 5 It might be well for us as citizens of Montgomery County in connection with the splendid celebration held in honor of our states centennial, to stop for a moment and consider from whence it received its name.Montgomery County was so named in honor of the brave and gallant young Irish General Richard Montgomery who fell mortally wounded at the head of his troops while leading a charge against the fortress of Quebec and bravely fighting for American Independence.