ANDREW H. MONTGOMERY
|Andrew H. MONTGOMERY1, a native of South Carolina and a a soldier of the War of 1812 was born 1794 and died in 1864. He married in 1819 in
Tennessee, USA to Elizabeth MORRIS, a native of Tennessee, USA who was born in 1791 and died in 1842.
After the death of Elizabeth Morris Montgomery, Andrew married a second time to Mrs. (Talley)
Robison in 1843. They had two children who died early.
|Children of Andrew and Elizabeth Montgomery were:|
|The results of this marriage were eleven children, five sons and six daughters. One of these sons being|
|David James MONTGOMERY2(Andrew1) was born 08 Apr 1821. He was married in 1841 to Miss Louisa CRAB, who was born in 1820 in Tennessee, USA and died in 1887.|
¦ Information for this family was from the records of Linda Taylor.
¦ Andrew H. Montgomery was in the War of 1812.
¦ A. H. Montgomery was enlisted in the Confederate Army during the late War and served from 1863 until the end of the war. He was in the battles of Elkins Ferry and Poison Springs.
¦ A. H. Montgomery represented Hempstead County, Arkansas, USA in the Legislature in 1874.
¦ A. H. Montgomery was the owner of 240 acres of land and one of the foremost farmers of the county.
¦ A. H. Montgomery was a member of the Masonic fraternity and in politics strictly as a Democratic.
[Re: From a writing by Winnie H. Hamilton, Aug. 1941 from an old Volume now out of print, published in 1890, titled "Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas".]
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