President James Madison, Jr.
|History||SEP 1786||Annapolis Convention 1786|
|History||May-Sep 1787||Constitutional Convention, 1787|
|Occup||1801-1809||USA Secretary of State|
|Election||1808||USA Presidential Election|
|Election||1812||USA Presidential Election|
James and his father James Sr., became members of the Orange County Committee of Safety. James Sr. was in charge of the Militia.
-- Madison Genealogy, Meade II, 96 & St Marks Parish 144- 147
Fought in Montpelier, Virginia, Orange County as a Captain
-- American Revolutionary War Graves Book, page 390, by The National Society of The Sons Of The American Revolution author, Clovis H. Brakebill
The Madisons were reared in the Church of England. Col. Madison was a vestryman of St Thomas parish, Orange County VA from 1769 until his death.
-- Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden, Virginia Genealogies, A Genealogy of The Glassell Family, #975.5, D2 located at the Mesa Family History Center, Mesa AZ
-- Courtesy of the Taylor-Dabney-Thompson-Madison Genealogy