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LEE M. FORD, son of the Montana pioneer, the late Robert S. Ford, was born in his father's ranch on Sun River near Fort Shaw in what is now Cascade County Apr. 1, 1883.
     When he was about twelve years of age his parents moved to Great Falls, where he attended the grammar and high schools.  He also was a student in St. Paul's School at Concord, New Hampshire,  In 1904, having attained his majority, he went to work for the Great Falls National Bank, of which his father was president, in the capacity of messenger, and by his own diligence and merit was promoted from time to time until he was chosen president of the institution in January, 1913.
     Mr. Ford is a democrat and takes an active interest in many of the broader concerns of his home state.  HE is vice president of the Montana State Historical Society.  Nov. 14, 1906, he married Rachel Mary Couch, daughter of Capt. Thomas and Rachel (Webber) Couch.  They have one daughter, Rachel Sue.
Source: Montana, Its Story and Biography  - Volume II - Published by The American Historical Society: Chicago and New York - 1921 - Pg. 536

 
 

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