Person:John Madison (16)

John Madison
b.Abt 1784
m. 9 May 1782
  1. Elizabeth Givens 'Betsey' Madison1783 -
  2. John MadisonAbt 1784 - 1820
  3. Capt. Andrew Lewis MadisonAbt 1787 - Bef 1816
  4. Roland T Madison1794 - 1879
Facts and Events
Name John Madison
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1784
Other[3] 8 Sep 1808 Franklin County, KentuckyPower of Attorney: Andrew L. B. Madison to his brother John Madison
Census[1] 6 Aug 1810 Franklin County, KentuckyJohn Madison 00100-00000-00 m26-45. 3/2007: This male would be too young to be Gov Geo's son unless Gov Geo married before 1796, before Jane Smith, and had a son. This male would have been born 1784 or earlier. Gov Geo himself in 1784 was only about 18-21. Therefore, this census probably is for John, son of Rowland.
Occupation[2] Bet 1816 and 1820 Frankfort, Franklin, Kentucky, United StatesAuditor for State of Kentucky (taking over with election of George Madison to Governor and ending with John's death in 1820).
Death? May 1820 Franklin County, Kentucky
  1. Schaefermeyer, David; Ronald Vern Jackson; and Gary Ronald Teeples. Kentucky 1810 census. (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, c1978).
  2. Officials, "Governors of Kentucky, with List of Administrators".

    KY Dept Libraries & Archives (KDLA) (10 Jun 2007); Auditor - John Madison, shown for Governors Madison (1816), Slaughter (1817-1819); "" madison & slaughter. 201504 webpages no longer available but lists John.

  3. Abstracts Deed Book, Allen County, Kentucky
    Book C-1 p62, 9 Sep 1808.

    "Know all men by these presents that I Andrew Lewis Bane Madison now of the County of Franklin & Commonwealth of Kentucky have nominated, constituted & appointed & by these presents do nominate constitute & appoint my Brother John Madison my Lawful attorney in fact for me and in my name to sell dispose of transfer and convey by bills of Sale or deeds of conveyance any and all of my property in the State aforesd either Lands, slaves or personal of any kind & in any manner he may think proper here by fatifying and confirming whatever my said attorney may legally do in the premises as fully as if done by myself in proper person

    In Witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and affisced my Seal this 9th day of September in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and eight
    Andrew L. B. Madison {seal}
    Franklin County September 9th 1808
    This Power of attorney was produced to me the date above and acknowledged by Andrew LB Madison as his act & Deed & admitted lo[?] (record)
    Teste Danl Weisger Clk"

    Believe the John Madison mentioned is the one who acts as witness in court, often with a Crockett and is the one who dies leaving everything to his friend Mr Starling.