Anne Montgomery

#83, (say 1736 - circa 1808)
Father*Alexander Montgomery1
Mother*____ Thomson1


Col. William Lewis b. 1724, d. 1811
Children 1.Samuel Lewis
 2.Margaret Lewis (1756 - )
 3.Capt. John Lewis+1 (1758 - 1823)
 4.Dr. Thomas Lewis (1761 - )
 5.Alexander Lewis+ (1763 - 1804)
 6.Col. William J Lewis1 (1766 - 1828)
 7.Agatha Lewis (1774 - 1843)
 8.Elizabeth Montgomery Lewis+ (1777 - 1837)
 9.Dr. Charles W Lewis (1780 - )
Morton (History of Monroe County, West Virginia) gives the children of William and Anne as: John (marr. Mary Preston), Charles, Alexander (d. <1813), Thomas, Margaret, Agatha (marr. Oliver Towles) and Elizabeth.
Peyton (History of Augusta County, Virginia) gives: Capt. John, Dr. Thomas, Alexander, Col. William J., Charles, Mrs. (Margaret?) McFarland, Mrs. Elizabeth Trent and Mrs. Agatha Towles.
W. T. Lewis (Genealogy of the Lewis Family in America) gives: Margaret (marr. James McFarland of Pittsburgh), Maj. John (marr., first, Jane S. Thomson and, second, Mary Preston, d. with issue 1823), Maj. Thomas (d. 1804), Alexander (b. 1763, marr., had issue, d. 1804), Col. William T. (b. 1766, marr. Elizabeth Cabell of Nelson Co., d. without issue 1828), Agatha (b. 1774, marr. Col. Oliver Towles of Campbell Co., d. 1843, had issue), Elizabeth (b. 1777, marr. Col. John Trent of Cumberland Co., d. 1837, had children); Dr. Charles (b. 1780, marr. Mary B. Irvine, had issue.)2,3 
Birth*say 1736She was born say 1736.4 
Marriage*circa 1754She married Col. William Lewis, son of John Lewis and Margaret Lynn, circa 1754. 
circa 1754 As of circa 1754,her married name was Lewis. 
1790She and Col. William Lewis removed in 1790 Sweet Spring in Monroe Co.5 
Death*circa 1808She died circa 1808. 


  1. [S632] John L. Peyton, "John Lewis and His Descendants", Virginia Historical Register and Literary Companion V:I (Jan. 1852): pp. 24-26.
  2. [S633] Oren F. Morton, History of Monroe County West Virginia (Dayton, Virginia: Ruebush-Elkins Co., 1916), p. 370ff.
  3. [S701] J. Lewis Peyton, History of Augusta County Virginia (Staunton, Virginia: Samuel M. Yost & Son, 1882), p. 287ff. Hereinafter cited as History of Augusta County Virginia.
  4. [S520] VWH.
  5. [S639] John Howard Brown, managing editor, Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans VI (Jack-Lock) (Boston: The Biographical Society, 1904), entry for Lewis, William, soldier.