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Madison County, Tennessee

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  • Infant Son Lancaster (1902 - 1902)
    Biography Infant Son Lancaster was born in 1902. Infant's parents were John Lynch Lancaster and Elinor Lancaster . Infant died on August 28, 1902 in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee, USA and was bu...
  • Anne Lynch (1768 - 1834)
    Biography Anne Lynch was born on October 21, 1768, in Lynchburg, Campbell, Virginia Colony, Great Britain. Her parents were Micajah Terrell and Sarah Terrell . Anne married Captain John Lynch on Janu...
  • Osmer Charles Osborne (1865 - 1943)
  • Rev. Micajah Fly (1797 - 1864)
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    Frances Fanny A. Chandler (c.1873 - 1892)
    Biography Frances Fanny A. Chandler was born circa 1873 in Haywood, Tennessee, United States. Her parents were John Allen Chandler and Frances Elizabeth Fannie Chandler . She died on December 28, 189...

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Madison County was formed in 1821, and named for founding father and president, James Madison. The county was part of lands the United States purchased from the Chickasaw in 1818. After Congressional passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830, most Chickasaw were forced out of the state and west to Indian Territory beyond the Mississippi River.

This is the Madison County which Kenny Rogers refers to in his song "Reuben James".

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Communities

  • Adair
  • Beech Bluff
  • Claybrook
  • Denmark
  • Five Points
  • Humboldt (part)
  • Jackson (County Seat)
  • Medon
  • Mercer
  • Neely
  • Oakfield
  • Pinson
  • Spring Creek
  • Three Way



Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places