Madison County Appraisal District
About Madison County, Texas
Madison County is located in the east of the state with a population approaching 14,000 across 472 square miles, although 6 of these consist of water. The country was founded in 1853 and reorganized in 1854, named after the fourth president of the United States of America, James Madison.
The county seat is Madisonville, also named for James Madison and founded in 1853. The International-Great Northern Railroad reached the city in 1903 but was abandoned in 1944. The town is considered a centre of agricultural trade but this is boosted by the oil and gas trade and the annual Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Association Celebration, held every June, attracts many visitors from throughout the state.
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