Samuel Montague 20
- Born: 30 Jun 1720, Sunderland, Franklin, Massachusetts
- Married: 12 Jul 1742, Bennington, Benton, Vermont
- Died: 17 Jan 1777, Bennington, Benton, Vermont
Probably settled at the Plumtrees; was one of a number of "Sepraratists"
who were excommunicated from the Sunderland church for non-conformity, August 24, 1753. He removed about 1761, to Bennington, Vermont, where he assisted in the organization of the First Church, and was selectman and moderator of the first town meeting. He removed to Pittsford, Vermont, where he worked at his trade as weaver; lived there until the breaking out of the Revolution, when, on account of the exposed condition of that frontier town, he returned to Bennington.
Samuel married Elizabeth Montague, daughter of Peter Montague and Mary Hubbard, on 12 Jul 1742 in Bennington, Benton, Vermont. (Elizabeth Montague was born on 13 Nov 1720 and died on 31 Jan 1816 in Pittsford, Rutland, Vermont.)