For a map directing you to Madison County click here.
Area: 324 square miles
Formed in 1792 from Culpeper, and named for James Madison, "Father of the American Constitution" and President of
the United States. Governor Spotswood's exploring expedition passed here, 1716.
Jackson's Crossing, F-22, Rte. 15, 7.6 miles n. of Orange
Cavalry Engagement at Jack's Shop, G-11, Rte. 231, 6.5 miles s. of Madison
Cavalry Engagement, G-11, Rte. 231, 5.5 miles s. of Madison
Joseph Early Home, G-12, Rte. 29, 3 miles s. of Madison
Jackson's March to Fredericksburg, JE-1, Rte 231, at Madison
James L. Kemper Residence, Bus. JE-3, Rte. 29,. 1 mile s. of Madison
Hebron Church, JE-4, Rte. 231, 9.5 miles n. of Madison
A Camp of Stonewall Jackson's, JE-15, Rte. 670, I mile n. of Criglersville
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Signs of History SM is a service mark of Grover Hibberd & Jayne Pitts-Hibberd
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