North Carolina Education - Montgomery County

Year County Established

County Webpage Herein

County Seat Webpage Herein

1779

Montgomery County

Troy
This Author has not found the legislative Acts and Resolutions from 1791 to 1816. If they are ever located then they will be appropriately included herein. 
On November 17, 1818, the North Carolina General Assembly passed an Act to establish the Laurenceville Academy in Montgomery County. Seven (7) trustees were named in the Act. The village of Lawrenceville sprang up around the Academy and received its first Post Office on December 24, 1823 and the village served as the County Seat of Montgomery County from 1823 to 1844. Troy has been the County Seat since 1844.
On December 31, 1824, the North Carolina General Assembly passed an Act to establish Davidson Academy in Montgomery County. Seven (7) trustees wer named in the Act.
On February 14, 1893, the North Carolina General Assembly passed an Act to incorporate Wadeville Academy in the village of Wadeville in Montgomery County. Seven (7) incorporators were named in the Act.
 
 
 
 


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