Place:Madison, New Haven, Connecticut, United States

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NameMadison
Alt namesEast Guilfordsource: Wikipedia
TypeTown
Coordinates41.279742°N 72.59903°W
Located inNew Haven, Connecticut, United States     (1826 - )
Also located inGuilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States     (1641 - 1826)
Contained Places
Cemetery
Hammonasset Cemetery ( 1826 - )
West Cemetery

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Madison is a town in the southeastern corner of New Haven County, Connecticut, United States, occupying a central location on Connecticut's Long Island Sound shoreline. The population was 18,269 at the 2010 census.

Madison was first settled in 1641. Throughout the 18th century, Madison was known as East Guilford until it was incorporated as a town in 1826. Since then, Madison and Guilford have shared many cultural and economic similarities despite an unofficial high school rivalry.

Bill Clinton favorably mentions the town in his autobiography, My Life.

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