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Montgomery Cunningham Meigs

Birth3 MAY 1816
 
Education1836
 
West Point, West Point Academy
Org.1861-1882 Quartermaster General of the US Army
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USA Army / Brigadier General / US Civil War
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Death2 JAN 1892
 
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Aged: 75.7 years
Brigadier General Brevet Major General US Army
Quartermaster General
Soldier, Engineer, Architect, Scientist, Patriot

This is the site where Blagden and Argyle mills once stood, two of the twenty-six mills that once flourished along Rock Creek. If you look close, you can still see part of the millrace and the mill road. The exact date of the construction of these mills is unknown, but the mills were in operation during the early 1800's. Stones used in the construction of the mill were quarried on the east bank of the Rock Creek Valley across from the mill. Thomas Blagden, a prominent Washington businessman owned the mills. Blagden's Mill, a 2 1/2 story structure, contained three millstones for grinding wheat, rye, and corn. Argyle, a smaller mill, ground animal bones for the production of fertilizer. The mills ceased operation in 1889. The millseat was forty-seven... Read More

Louisa Rodgers

Birth17 AUG 1816
 
Death21 NOV 1879
 
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Aged: 63.3 years

This is the site where Blagden and Argyle mills once stood, two of the twenty-six mills that once flourished along Rock Creek. If you look close, you can still see part of the millrace and the mill road. The exact date of the construction of these mills is unknown, but the mills were in operation during the early 1800's. Stones used in the construction of the mill were quarried on the east bank of the Rock Creek Valley across from the mill. Thomas Blagden, a prominent Washington businessman owned the mills. Blagden's Mill, a 2 1/2 story structure, contained three millstones for grinding wheat, rye, and corn. Argyle, a smaller mill, ground animal bones for the production of fertilizer. The mills ceased operation in 1889. The millseat was forty-seven... Read More

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Mary Montgomery 

18431930  DC, Washington Joseph Hancock Taylor 
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  • Albert Eldridge
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  • Julian Pollard
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  • George Barnes
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  • Blagden/Argyle Mill
  • Parrott Mill
  • Albert Eldridge
  • William Whittlesey
  • Kurt Mentzel
  • Charles Becker
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  2. Cemetery: Arlington VA cemetery visits by Ray Gurganus;
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  1. Cemetery: Arlington VA cemetery visits by Ray Gurganus;
  2. Marriage Sources:
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