4 edition of History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by William Henry Perrin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 419, 333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||419|
Bond County was formed on 04 January by by Territorial law [click here for more information].The county's boundaries would remain the same until statehood. The following map shows the original size of the county at its founding (in red with yellow border) superimposed on a modern map. The Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois has a Montgomery County edition. Church information can be found in the township histories beginning on page See the wiki article for links to available copies and indexes. Perrin, William Henry. History of Bond and Montgomery County. Chicago: O.L. Baskin Historical Publishers,
Family maps of Bond County, Illinois: with homesteads, roads, waterways, towns, cemeteries, railroads, and more, by Gregory A. Boyd. (Norman, Oklahoma;: Arphax Pub. Co., c)FHL book E7bg This book identifies the early land owners of Bond County, placing them on township maps with other geographic and manmade landmarks. Montgomery History Book. In the Montgomery Historical Committee published the first comprehensive history of the Village, entitled "The History of Montgomery, Illinois in Words and Pictures." This book proved so popular that it was reprinted twice. Then in the Historic Preservation Commission received a grant to update and reprint the.
Greenville Histories and Genealogies. Historical Souvenir of Greenville, Illinois: Being A Brief Review of the City from the Time of Its Founding To Date Ancestry. Historical Stories: About Greenville and Bond County, IL Google Books. Historical stories about Greenville and Bond County, IL Family History Library Mulberry Grove Histories and Genealogies. Illinois Genealogy Resources Bond County. Index to Biographical Sketches [for History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois. ; Johnson, D. JoAnn.
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History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Author: William Henry Perrin. Bond County (Ill.) -- Biography, Montgomery County (Ill.) -- History, Bond County (Ill.) -- History, Montgomery County (Ill.) -- Biography Publisher Chicago: O. Baskin Collection americana Digitizing sponsor University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Contributor University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Language EnglishPages: Internet Archive BookReader History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois Internet Archive BookReader History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois.
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History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Today [07 Feb ] in Illinois History At Greenville, Bond county, Illinois, a meeting of citizens opposed to a constitutional convention, from Fayette, Bond and Montgomery counties, was held Saturday, Feb.
7, Francis Kirkpatrick, Esq., was called to. History of Bond and Montgomery Counties Illinois Excerpts from Part I, History of Bond County, IL Shoal Creek, Ap Illinois Territory, Bondthe Commissioners to fix the seat of justice for the county of Bond, being duly sworn, after reviewing different parts of said county for that purpose; we do nominate and.
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Bond County, Illinois. History of Bond and Montgomery Counties Illinois Excerpts from Part I, History of Bond County, IL, Excerpts from pages Transcribed and Contributed by ©Norma Hass [Page 83] Collector afterward; now lives near Bethel, with his son.
Elezarum Ripley WHEELOCK, laid out Ripley; named same in honor of his uncle, Gen. Early Bond County History. Bond County is today one of Illinois' smallest counties, both in size and population.
However, it has a rich and important history that pre-dates statehood. The county was formed out of Madison County in as part of the Illinois Territory. It was named for Shadrach Bond, who had been a farmer, a politician, an army colonel during the War ofand at the time.
History. Bond County was formed in out of Madison was named for Shadrach Bond, who was then the delegate from the Illinois Territory to the United States Congress, and who thereupon became the first governor of Illinois, serving from to The county's primary city, Greenville, had a post office from and was incorporated as a town in and as a city in Named for: Shadrach Bond.
Illinois Historical, Bond County Biographical: History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois: Historical souvenir of Greenville, Illinois: being a.
History of Bond and Montgomery Counties IL Beaver Creek Precinct, Part II, pages 30 kb: Nov Norma Hass: Cottonwood Grove Precinct, Part II, pages 14k. Another, small portion, went toward the creation of Clinton county in Bond County was named in honor of Shadrach Bond, who was the first representative of the area to become Illinois.
He became the first governor of Illinois. "Bond County, now one of the small Illinois counties, was among the .History. Montgomery County was formed in out of Bond and Madison counties.
It was named in honor of Richard Montgomery, an American Revolutionary War general killed in while attempting to capture Quebec City, Canada. Perrin's History of Montgomery County relates that the County was named in honor of Gen.
Montgomery, but goes on to say that "others are dubious as to whence it Congressional district: 13th.History of Montgomery. The following is based on the book Past and Present of Kane County Illinois printed in by the Wm.
Le Baron Company of Chicago, and on The History of Montgomery Illinois in Words and Pictures printed in by the Montgomery Historical Committee.