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Jay, Mandy & Montgomery, Janet (2019). Isotopes and chariots: diet, subsistence and origins of Iron Age people from Yorkshire. In (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Rogers, B., Gron, K., Montgomery, J., Gröcke, D.R. & Rowley-Conwy, P. (2018). Aurochs Hunters: The Large Animal Bones from Blick Mead. In (Source:www.durham.ac.uk))

McCarthy, M.R., Montgomery, J., Lerwick, C. & Buckberry, J. (2014). Were the Vikings in Carlisle? In (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Millard, A.R., Montgomery, J, Trickett, M, Beaumont, J, Evans, J & Chenery, S (2014). Childhood lead exposure in the British Isles during the industrial revolution. In (Source:www.durham.ac.uk w

Montgomery, J. & Gledhill, A. (2013). Diet and origins: the isotope evidence. In (Source: www.durham.ac.uk)Montgomery, J. & Jay, M. (2013). The contribution of skeletal isotope analysis to understanding the Bronze Age in Europe. In (Source:ww.durham.ac.uk)))

Zvelebil, M. Lillie, M.C., Montgomery, J. Lukes, A. Pettitt, P. & Richards, M.P. (2012). The emergence of the LBK: Migration, memory and meaning at the transition to agriculture. In (Source: www.durham.ac.uk . Melton, Nigel D., Montgomery, Janet & Knüsel, Christopher J. Oxbow. 129-141. (Source:www.durham.ac.uk w

Montgomery, J., Evans, J.A., Chenery, S. R., Pashley, V. & Killgrove, K. (2010). Gleaming, white and deadly” using lead to track human exposure and geographic origins in the Roman period in Britain. In (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Montgomery, J., Knüsel, C. & Tucker, K. (2011). Identifying the origins of decapitated male skeletons from 3 Driffield Terrace, York, through isotope analysis: reflections of the cosmopolitan nature of Roman York in the time of Caracalla. In (Source:www.durham.ac.uk))Richards, M.P. & Montgomery, J. (2012). Isotope analysis and paleopathology: A short review and future developments. In (Source:ww.durham.ac.uk)))

Montgomery, J., Evans, J.A., Chenery, S. R., Pashley, V. & Killgrove, K. (2010). Gleaming, white and deadly” using lead to track human exposure and geographic origins in the Roman period in Britain. In (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Montgomery, J., Evans, J. A., Chenery, C. A. & Müldner, G. (2009). Stable isotope analysis of bone. In (Source:www.durham.ac.uk w

Montgomery, J. & Evans, J. A. (2006). Immigrants on the Isle of Lewis - combining traditional funerary and modern isotope evidence to investigate social differentiation, migration and dietary change in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. In (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Montgomery, J., Cooper, R.E. & Evans, J.A. (2007). Foragers, farmers or foreigners? An assessment of dietary strontium isotope variation in Middle Neolithic and Early Bronze Age East Yorkshire. In (Source:www.durham.ac.uk))Montgomery, J., Muldner, G., Cook, G., Gledhill, A. & Ellam, R. (2009). Isotope analysis of bone collagen and tooth enamel. In (Source:ww.durham.ac.uk)))

Neil, Samantha, Evans, Jane, Montgomery, Janet & Scarre, Chris (2020). Isotopic evidence for human movement into central England during the Early Neolithic. European Journal of Archaeology 23(4): 512-529. (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Montgomery, J. & Evans, J. A. (2006). Immigrants on the Isle of Lewis - combining traditional funerary and modern isotope evidence to investigate social differentiation, migration and dietary change in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. In (Source:www.durham.ac.uk wCrowder, Kayla D., Montgomery, Janet, Filipek, Kori L. & Evans, Jane A. (2020). Romans, barbarians and foederati: New biomolecular data and a possible region of origin for “Headless Romans” and other burials from Britain. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 30: 102180. (Source:ww.durham.ac.uk)))

Walser, Joe W. III Kristjánsdóttir, Steinunn, Gröcke, Darren R. Gowland, Rebecca, Jakob, Tina, Nowell, Geoffrey, Ottley, Christopher & Montgomery, Janet (2020). At the world’s edge: reconstructing diet and geographic origins in medieval Iceland using isotope and trace element analyses. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 171(1): 142-163. (Source: www.durham.ac.uk)

Rogers, B., Gron, K.J., Montgomery, J., Rowley-Conwy, P., Nowell, G., Peterkin, J. & Jacques, D. (2019). Isotopic analysis of the Blick Mead dog: A proxy for the dietary reconstruction and mobility of Mesolithic British hunter-gatherers. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 24: 712-720. (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Halldórsdóttir, H.H, Rogers, B, Di Renno, F.A, Müldner, G., Gröcke D.R, Barnicle, E, Chidimuroe, B, Evans, M, Morley, R, Neff, M, Sharp, C, Simpson, A, Boucher, A, & Montgomery, J, (2019). Continuity and individuality in Medieval Hereford, England: A stable isotope approach to bulk bone and incremental dentine. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 23: 800-809. (Source:www.durham.ac.uk))

Crowder, Kayla, Montgomery, Janet, Gröcke, Darren & Filipek, Kori (2019). Childhood “stress” and stable isotope life-histories in Transylvania. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 29(4): 644-653. (Source: www.durham.ac.uk)

Al-Mosawi,Mohammed Davis, Graham Roy Bushby, Andy Montgomery, Janet Beaumont, Julia & Al-Jawad, Maisoon (2018). Crystallographic texture and mineral concentration quantification of developing and mature human incisal enamel. Nature Scientific Reports 8: 14449. (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Gan, Yee Min⁠, Towers, Jacqueline, Bradley⁠, Richard A., Pearson, Elizabeth, Nowell, Geoff, Peterkin, Joanne & Montgomery⁠, Janet (2018). Multi-isotope evidence for cattle droving at Roman Worcester. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 20: 6-17. (Source:www.durham.ac.uk))

Kancle, Lauren, Montgomery, Janet, Gröcke, Darren R. & Caffell, Anwen (2018). From Field to Fish: Tracking Changes in Diet on Entry to Two Medieval Friaries in Northern England. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 22: 264-284. (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Gan, Yee Min⁠, Towers, Jacqueline, Bradley⁠, Richard A., Pearson, Elizabeth, Nowell, Geoff, Peterkin, Joanne & Montgomery⁠, Janet (2018). Multi-isotope evidence for cattle droving at Roman Worcester. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 20: 6-17. (Source:www.durham.ac.uk))

Petersone-Gordina, P., Roberts, C.A., Millard, A.R., Montgomery, J. & Gerhards, G. (2018). Dental disease and dietary isotopes of individuals from St Gertrude Church cemetery, Riga, Latvia. PLOS ONE 13(1): e0191757. (Source: www.durham.ac.uk Redfern, Rebecca, DeWitte, Sharon, Montgomery, Janet & Gowland, Rebecca (2018). A Novel Investigation into Migrant and Local Health-Statuses in the Past: A Case Study from Roman Britain. Bioarchaeology International 2(1): 20-43. (Source:www.durham.ac.uk tJanet Montgomery is an English actress who is best known for her performance in the role of Ames in teh Fox television series “Human Target.” She’s a seasoned actress who has appeared in many film and television roles. She also has a good following of fans who would like to know more about her. We were interested in knowing a little more about her past and what led her into the acting profession. After looking into her history, we learned some very interesting things about her that we’d like to share. Here are 10 things about Janet Montgomery that you didn’t know. (Source:vovermind.com)))

Prior to becoming an actress, Janet Montgomery had another passion. Her first love was dancing. She received professional training at the Stella Mann College of Performing Arts in Bedford, England. Something happened while she was in training and she realized that she had a fondness for acting. She changed her mind about her career path and instead of continuing as a dancer, she made the switch to acting. (Source: tvovermind.com)

Janet Rae Montgomery is of counsel to Nisen & Elliott, LLC. She concentrates her practice in estate planning and administration. (Source: www.law.northwestern.edu We learned that Janet Montgomery is related to others who are in the entertainment business. Her uncle is Mike Montgomery, who goes by “Monty.” He is the bassist for a band called Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band. Her brother is also an actor. His name is Jason Montgomery. Janet is the elder sister of Jason. She was born in 1985, which makes her 34 as of 2019. (Source:tvovermind.com))

Miss Montgomery completed her undergraduate work at the University of Southern California and at Trinity College, University of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, and earned her B.A. from USC (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) in 1973. She obtained her J.D. degree from Stanford Law School in 1976 where she was also a member of the Law Review. She is admitted to practice in both Illinois and California. Before her current firm, she worked at Schiff Hardin & Waite in Chicago, and at other law firms in Oak Brook, Chicago, and San Francisco, including her own firm Daluga Boland & Montgomery, LLC until October 2019. Miss Montgomery is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estates Counsel, and is a past chair of the Committee on Fiduciary Income Taxation. She has also served on the Professional Responsibility Committee and the Asset Protection Committee of ACTEC, on the FATF Task Force of the College, and, as part of the administration of ACTEC, on the By-laws and Manual Committee. Miss Montgomery is also a member of the DuPage County Estate Planning Council (Past President) and the Chicago Estate Planning Council. She is a past chair of one of the Probate Divisions of the Chicago Bar Association. (Source: www.law.northwestern.edu)

Miss Montgomery is the author of "Income Taxation of Trusts" in the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education handbook Trust Administration, and the author of “Protecting Family Assets” in the IICLE handbook Asset Protection Planning. Since 2012, she has been an adjunct faculty member at Northwestern School of Law LLM program in Chicago teaching Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates. In 2018-19 she gave a talk on Ethics and Conflicts of Interest for the Chicago Estate Planning Council, the Madison Wisconsin Estate Planning Council, and the DuPage County Estate Planning Council. She has also spoken for ACTEC on Fiduciary Income Taxation at two regional meetings in 2019 and in 2021 (scheduled). Also for the Chicago Estate Planning Council she has spoken at one of the Estate Planning Fundamentals seminars on Estate Planning Basics for the past six years. (Source: www.law.northwestern.edu)

Find news about Janet Montgomery and check out the latest Janet Montgomery pictures. Janet Montgomery was born in Houston, Texas to a Greek Orthodox Jewish father, but she was raised in Brooklyn and never gave up the faith. Once, she wanted to be a nurse. Her dad helped her pursue a degree in education and then worked as a waitress. "She'd...more (Source: www.zimbio.com)

Born: Janet Ruth Montgomery (1985-10-29) 29 October 1985 (age 34) Bournemouth, Dorset, United Kingdom (Source: www.zimbio.com Janet Montgomery was born in Houston, Texas to a Greek Orthodox Jewish father, but she was raised in Brooklyn and never gave up the faith. Once, she wanted to be a nurse. Her dad helped her pursue a degree in education and then worked as a waitress. (Source:www.zimbio.com))

www.newcomerdayton.com www.newcomerdayton.com))Montgomery, Janet age 76, of Xenia, Ohio passed away peacefully at her home with her daughters, Angie and Carol by her side on Tuesday, February 9, 2021. She was born in Beavercreek, Ohio on November 1, 1944 to the late David and Wilhelmina CoblenShe was preceded in death by her husband, David E. Montgomery; sister-in-law, Betty Coblentz; and brother-in-law, Robert Blakely. (Source:tz (nee Shank). (Source:

Janet is survived by her beloved daughters, Carol Montgomery and Angela (Leon Jr.) Brewer; 4 grandchildren, Brandon (Chrystal) Brewer and Bradley (Natalie) Brewer of Xenia, Emilee (Frank Jones) Montgomery of Indiana and Sarah Emmons of Texas; 10 great-grandchildren, Aydan, Danica, Bella, Cara, Trystan, Keegan, Ava, Scarlett, Emma, and Lucas; sibling, David Coblentz of Columbus, Robert (Janet) Coblentz of Vandalia, and Roberta Blakely of Jamestown; and a host of other family members and friends. (Source: www.newcomerdayton.com Montgomery, Janet age 76, of Xenia, Ohio passed away peacefully at her home with her daughters, Angie and Carol by her side on Tuesday, February 9, 2021. She was born in Beavercreek, Ohio on November 1, 1944 to the late David and Wilhelmina Coblentz (nee Shank). (Source:www.newcomerdayton.com))

I grew up on June Drive just seven houses down the street of Mrs. & Mr. Montgomery. When I got my first car, I always had car problems and I would always go over and ask Mr. Montgomery what he thought the problem was. Mrs. Montgomery was in and out of the house always checking on him. She always got on me because I never called her Janet, but that was just how we were taught back then. My middle son, Landon, grew up only 2 houses away from Mrs. Montgomery. He would go over and help her with any chore she needed done. (Source: www.newcomerdayton.com)

 

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