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Virginia is covered on the Northeast States List
County was established in 1777 from Fincastle County and is
named for Richard Montgomery, an American Revolutionary War general killed
in 1775 while attempting to capture Quebec City, Canada. According to
the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 389 square
miles, of which 388 square miles is land and 1 square mile (0.31%)
is water. The county is bordered by Craig County to the north, Floyd
County to the south, Giles County to the northwest, the City of
Radford and Pulaski County to the southwest, and Roanoke County to
Blacksburg and Christiansburg
Alleghany Springs, Bradshaw,
Ellett, Elliston-Lafayette ,Graysontown,
Long Shop, Lusters Gate, Merrimac,
McDonalds Mill, Pilot, Prices
Fork, Riner, Rogers,
Grove, Vicker, Walton
Tom's Creek, Yellow
Sulphur Springs, Plum Creek
George Hancock, Esq.
Julie Clark Obituary
Census - Auburn
1890 Veteran's Census - Blacksburg
1890 Veteran's Census -
Lee - Loverins
Walters - Willis Marriage
Capt. Wm. J. Kennedy
Counties and Parishes of
Botetourt, Rockingham, Rockbridge, Greenbrier and
Korean War Casualties
John Gibson Guerrant
| Craig | Floyd | Giles | Pulaski | Roanoke |