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Richard Montague (1791 - 1813)

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Richard Montague
1791 - 1813
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February 5, 1791
Leverett, Massachusetts
Death
1813
Cazenovia, New York
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Richard Montague was born on February 5, 1791 at Leverett, Massachusetts. He died in 1813 at Cazenovia, New York at age 21.
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Richard Montague died in 1813 at Cazenovia, New York at age 21. He was born on February 5, 1791 at Leverett, Massachusetts. We are unaware of information about Richard's family or relationships.
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Refresh this page to see various historical events that occurred during Richard's lifetime.

In 1800, at the age of merely 9 years old, Richard was alive when Alessandro Volta presented his findings about the first electrical battery, proving that electricity could be generated chemically and debunking the widely held theory that electricity was generated solely by living beings.

In 1802, he was merely 11 years old when on March 16, Congress established the United States Military Academy at West Point - the oldest of the five service academies in the United States and one of the oldest service academies in the world.

In 1813, in the year of Richard Montague's passing, on March 4th, President James Madison was inaugurated to his second term. Madison received 50.4% of the vote, defeating rival DeWitt Clinton.

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