Montgomery County, Ohio
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Formed May 1, 1803
The county was named in honor of Richard Montgomery, an American Revolutionary War general killed in 1775 while
attempting to capture Quebec City, Canada.
Montgomery County is the fifth most populous county in Ohio as of the 2010 census.
The county seat is Dayton.
Brookville * Carlisle * Centerville * Clayton * Dayton * Englewood * Germantown * Huber
Kettering * Miamisburg * Moraine * Oakwood * Riverside * Springboro * Trotwood * Union
Vandalia * West Carrollton
Farmersville * New Lebanon * Phillipsburg * Verona
Census-designated places and Other Populated Places
Drexel * Fort McKinley * Northridge * Shiloh * Woodbourne-Hyde Park * Wright-Patterson
Air Force Base
Chautauqua * Pyrmont
Butler Township * Clay Township * German Township * Harrison Township * Jackson Township
Jefferson Township * Miami Township * Perry Township * Washington Township
Dayton Township * Mad River Township * Madison Township * Randolph Township
Van Buren Township * Wayne Township