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  • * [[Find: Madison Station Map|Madison Station Map]] * [[1871 Huntsville Map (Color)|1871 View of Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama]]
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  • | district=Madison Station | street=Sturdivant Street, Madison
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  • | title=Madison’s Aviation History Connection| date=December 18, 2009 | notes=<hhperson>Madison’s Aviation History Connection, A Vintage Vignette|collection</hhperson>
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  • ...e Doolittles were probably brothers and lived in Michigan before coming to Madison after the Civil War. ...ister of Madison grocer John J. Sturdivant (20) and his brother William C. Sturdivant (22). The older brothers headed an 1860 household with three more siblings
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  • | title=Sturdivants of Madison | notes=<hhperson>Sturdivants of Madison, A Vintage Vignette|collection</hhperson>
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  • ...cy Parham lived there, his store was not in the house. It was at 112 Main Street, the location which later became West Station Antiques, then Hale Fire Glas ...e Boyle listed in later censuses and recorded on a shared tombstone in the Madison City Cemetery with Susannah.
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  • | title=Humphrey Families of Madison | notes=<hhperson>Humphrey Families of Madison, A Vintage Vignette|collection</hhperson>
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  • ... had stopped to allow a freight train to pass (at the crossing on Sullivan Street). Immediately afterwards she drove onto the track, not seeing the switch e ... it was a case of not looking both ways down the two east-west tracks that Madison had back then before attempting to cross. Alternatively, it may be that th
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  • ...for construction in 1953 of a replacement school that became known as West Madison Elementary, serving black families exclusively until full racial integratio ...adjacent to William M. Gooch, a man with family connections in the town of Madison. Willis Seay was born in 1795 in Virginia, while John was born in 1787 Vir
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  • ... now Monrovia. The family history is well told in '''“The Heritage of Madison County, Alabama”''' (1998), a book available in the public libraries of t ...ography with the Huntsville Times and later opened a photography studio in Madison. Afterward, Farley Vaughn remodeled the house where his father Grinell liv
    4 KB (688 words) - 15:10, 27 December 2012
  • | title=The Wanns of Madison | notes=<hhperson>The Wanns of Madison, A Vintage Vignette|collection</hhperson>
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  • circle 224 418 6 [[Place:11 Arnett Street|11 Arnett Street]] circle 217 451 6 [[Place:12 Arnett Street|12 Arnett Street]]
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