Research Links

We are adding links to some research sites that we find valuable.Our mandate is research on the descendents of Richard and Peter Montague who came to America as early settlers.
We do, however have sites that give information further back in time than our mandate suggests. We provide links to these sites because they may be of value to people seeking information about early England.
We hope these links are helpful in your research. Please feel free to suggest links that you have found helpful to:

Here is a site that I can see becoming very useful for the genealogy researcher. Open Library has digitized a lot of books whose copyrights have expired. The scans are clean and very readable. Check them out.

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Here is an interesting look at an interesting time in English history. The book is the “History of England from 1603-1660”

One of the premier documents of American Montague history is “Meeting of the Montague family at Hadley, Mass., Aug. 2, 1882”

“The History of Montague” is a look at one of the earliest towns in America. Montague was founded by some of the members of Hadley, Ma. Among the founders were members of the Montague family.

2 thoughts on “Research Links”

  1. looking for a Montague who married Lewis Seward, Middlesex County, around 1824-5. I think they had a son, Peter Seward who lived in Essex County and was my great grandfather.

  2. Mary Marguerite Griffith is the daughter of Matilda Elizabeth Montague 1863-1946 and William D Griffith 1857-1934 who are my 2nd great grandparents. I have research the Montague line back to 1500 hundreds but I believe I have some missing but not quite sure. I found this website to be very interesting.

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