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E. A. Montague Died April 9 in C.R. Hospital
Ernest Archie Montague

Ernest Archie Montague, age 83, life long resident of Norway, died Saturday morning in a Cedar Rapids hospital, following a long illness.

He was born Oct. 6, 1882, on a farm south of Norway, to Daniel and Melissa Montague. He is survived by his wife, the former Verna Kimball, Independence; two sons, Dr. Ernest Montague, Monterey, Calif., and Glen Montague, Newhall; two sisters, Mrs. Clio Primrose and Mrs. Blanche Williams, both of Norway; one niece, Mrs. John Meland, Newhall, six grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by a son, a daughter, and a brother.

Services were held Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Methodist church in Norway. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery.
Submitted on Jul 22, 2005 by
Nancy Montague,

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Benton Star Press;
Dr. Montague Dies in California
Ernest K. Montague

Norway: Dr. Ernest K. Montague, 61, of Carmel, Calif.,a retired Army colonel and a former Norway resident, died in a California hospital Friday, Dec. 7,1973

He was born Aug. 29, 1912 at Norway, the son of Archie and Verna Kimball Montague. A 1929 graduate of Norway high school, he entered the Army as a sergeant in 1941; was commisioned in 1942 and served as a medical training officer during World War II

He completed his education after the war, receiving his M.A. and Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Iowa. He also held the diploma of the American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology, and authored several articles in professional journals

Montague returned to service in 1947, assigned first at Brooke army hospital, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., as a clinical psychologist; and later, as a chief psychologist, 1951-53. From 1953-56, he served as Chief of Clinical Psychology Service, Walter Reed army hospital, Washington, D.C

He also served as psychology consultant to the surgeon general at the Army Medical Research Laboratory at Ft. Knox, Ky., chief of psychology services at army hospital at Landstuhl, Germany, senior consulting psychologist for the European theater, and before his retirement as colonel, was chief of office of educational services at Army Medical Field school in Ft. Sam Houston, Tx

After his retirement, Dr. Montague served on staff of the Training Center, Human Research Division at the Presidio of Monterey, Calif., as a senior scientist

The deceased is survived by his wife, Kathryn, a son, Ernest K. II, and a daughter, Barbara; his mother, Mrs. Verna Montague, and a brother, Glen, both of Tempe, Ariz

He was preceded in death by his father, and a sister, Marjorie, and a brother, Richard, who died in childhood

The body was cremated, and the remains will be brought back to Norway in the spring for burial in Linwood cemetery, southeast of Norway.
Submitted on January 4, 2002 by
Nancy Montague,

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Cedar Rapids Gazette;
Services for Henry Montague held April 28
Henry H. Montague

Henry H. (Penny) Montague died suddenly at his home in Norway Sunday evening. He was bornon a farm southeast of Norway on March 12, 1895, the son of Daniel and Melissa Montague

He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Williams and Mrs. Clio Primrose, Norway; one brother, Archie Montague, Norway; two nephews, Col. Ernest Montague, Fort Sam Houston, Tex., and Glenn Montague, Newhall; a niece, Mrs. John Meland, ewall; and several great nieces and nephews

He was a World War I veteran and received a 45- year membership award from the American Legion Post 234 of Norway. He was manager of the Norway lumberyard unil his retirement in 1960

Funeral services were held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church in Norway with Rev. O. L. Allison, Cedar Rapids, officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill cemetery, Norway

Pallbearers were: Wallace Riley, Lloyd Primrose, Sidney Wiese, Raymond Gramleich, Evard Montague and Chester Schlotterbeck.
Submitted on January 4, 2002 by
Nancy Montague,

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Benton Star Press;
Mrs. Montague Services Thurs. - 76 Year Old Pioneer Woman Died Monday
Nina Melissa Brown

Mrs. Walter Montague, 76, pioneer of the Norway community, died unexpectedly at her home south of Norway Monday morning

Mrs. Montague was born Feb. 21, 1881, a daughter of Jasper and Mary Farrel Brown, on the farm where she died. She married Walter Montague, Aug. 26, 1908, at Marion

Surviving are her husband, three sons, Brown of Amana; Evard and Robert of Nrway; one daughter, Mrs. S. M. Wiese of Norway, 12 grandchildren, two great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews

Funeral services will be held in the Methodist church here on Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. Rev. J B. Ackman of Cedar Rapids will officiate. Burial will be in Cedar Memorial cemetery in Cedar Rapids

Friends may call at the family home.
Submitted on January 4, 2002 by
Nancy Montague,

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Benton Star Press;
W. B. Montague dies Feb. 12
Walter Byron Montague

Walter B. Montague, 86, died at his farm home south of Norway Feb. 12. He was born March 15, 1873 near Norway to William and Emma Montague. On Aug. 26, 1908 he was married to Nina Brown who preceded him in death

Surviving are three sons, Brown of Amana, Evard and Robert of Norway; a daughter, Mrs. S. M. Wiese; and a sister, Mrs. Anna Fahnle also of Norway; 13 grandchildren and six great grandchildren

In addition to his wife, three sisters and three brothers preceded him in death. Services were held Monday, Feb. 15 at 1 p.m. in the Methodist church in Norway with Rev. P. J. Daba officiating. Burial was in Cedar Memorial cemetery in Cedar Rapids. Casket bearers were Harold Cole, Chris Hoyt, Herbert Schulte, Walter Rose, Merle Merritt and Edwin Kimm.
Submitted on January 4, 2002 by
Nancy Montague,

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