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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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  • ==The History of Holmes Street United Methodist Church, Huntsville, Alabama== ...rship and beginning a Sunday School. Out of this movement grew the Holmes Street Methodist Episcopal Church South. The pulpit was filled by visiting minist
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  • | district=Madison Station | street=Martin Street, Madison
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  • ...y, 1857-2007'', available at Main Street Café and Hale Fire Glass on Main Street. ...ied Charity Clark. In 1860 the Madison County Isham was enumerated in the Madison Station Post Office area (which included parts of today’s Research Park a
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  • ...rd, according to the 1905 Alabama Mercantile Book. Tom also served on the Madison County Board of Education. His obituary said that he left Fannie with two ...t must have occurred elsewhere. In any event, Fannie’s tombstone in the Madison City Cemetery’s new section (on the north side of Mill Road) shows that h
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  • ... behind the Siemens (Chrysler) plant just east of the airport and south of Martin Road. ...ccupation – that of Depot Agent for the Memphis & Charleston Railroad at Madison Station. He was the first depot agent here, and it may be that he offered
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  • | title=George Washington Martin | notes=<hhperson>George Washington Martin, A Vintage Vignette|collection</hhperson>
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  • ...laughter 1.jpg|thumb|right|300px|]Photo of Dr. Slaughter from files of the Madison Station Historical Society.]] ... John P. Rankin of picture in files of the Heritage Room at the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library, courtesy of Ranee` Pruitt.]]
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  • ...’s city limits, but several of the former Northern families lived in old Madison itself, becoming some of its staunchest citizens. Among them were the Palm ...mulated an interest in learning about the person named on the tombstone in Madison.
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