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Madison County, Missouri

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Madison County was organized  December 14, 1818 and was named for President Madison.


The county was formed from Cape Girardeau and Ste. Genevieve.


The first county seat was St. Michaels, but later moved to Fredericktown, 1819.






My name is Frances and I am your volunteer host for this county.


We regret that we are unable to perform personal research.

 

 





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Madison County   

Fredericktown  

Places   

Judge James D. Fox

  Cemeteries   

Churches     

Madison County Courts   

Madison County Wills

  Estates

Crimes and Murders    

Headstone Transcriptions

 News     

Biographies  

Military  

Deaths and Obituaries  

Vital Data

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Adjacent Counties

St. Francois, Perry, Bollinger, Wayne and Iron

 

 

Cities and Towns

Castor Station, Cobalt, Fredericktown, Junction City, Marquand, Millcreek

Mine La Motte, Oak Grove, Saco and Zion


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Last updated:   September 30, 2017

 

 

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