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About: Dr. Montell at Giles House

Dr. Montell was my high school history teacher at Temple Hill High School in Barren County. He instilled a love of things past in all his students. His American History Class was the beginning of my love of genealogy.

This was during the Nixon-Kennedy era; we held debates in class. At that time I was the Democrat candidate and Bobby Richardson was the Republican Candidate. My how times change; we have both since switched our politics and for different reasons.

Lynwood Montell was the teacher who made all his students want to be in class and they gave him respect because he respected the students.

s/Rebecca Grant
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