Montgomery County

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Etymology 1Edit

Named after Lemuel P. Montgomery.

Proper nounEdit

Montgomery County

  1. A county of Alabama, United States. County seat: Montgomery.

Etymology 2Edit

Named after Richard Montgomery.

Proper nounEdit

Montgomery County

  1. A county of Arkansas, United States. County seat: Mount Ida.
  2. A county of Georgia, United States. County seat: Mount Vernon.
  3. A county of Illinois, United States. County seat: Hillsboro.
  4. A county of Indiana, United States. County seat: Crawfordsville.
  5. A county of Iowa, United States. County seat: Red Oak.
  6. A county of Kansas, United States. County seat: Independence.
  7. A county of Kentucky, United States. County seat: Mount Sterling.
  8. A county of Maryland, United States. County seat: Rockville.
  9. A county of Mississippi, United States. County seat: Winona.
  10. A county of New York, United States. County seat: Fonda.
  11. A county of North Carolina, United States. County seat: Troy.
  12. A county of Ohio, United States. County seat: Dayton.
  13. A county of Pennsylvania, United States. County seat: Norristown.
  14. A county of Virginia, United States. County seat: Christiansburg.

Etymology 3Edit

Named after Richard Montgomery or Montgomery County, Tennessee.

Proper nounEdit

Montgomery County

  1. A county of Missouri, United States. County seat: Montgomery City.

Etymology 4Edit

Named after John Montgomery.

Proper nounEdit

Montgomery County

  1. A county of Tennessee, United States. County seat: Clarksville.

Etymology 5Edit

Named after Montgomery, Texas.

Proper nounEdit

Montgomery County

  1. A county of Texas, United States. County seat: Conroe.

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