About Madison County
Madison County was created by the state legislature at its first session on September 30, 1836. It is located in the second tier of counties from the northern and western boundaries of the state, between Washington and Benton on the west, and Carroll on the north and Carroll and Newton on the east. Franklin and Johnson form the southern border. For more History of Madison County, Click Here
MC Genealogy Files
Search the Madison County Onsite Files
Please use the ARGenWeb State-Wide Search
Other Madison County Genealogy Resources
Rita Ficht has added more photos to her files. Click Here
Articles Written by Joy Russell
Madison County people and places. Includes a number of photos.
California Gold Diggers from Arkansas
Madison County War Memorial - Photos and Names
Madison County Memories & Photo Gallery - Send Yours to be Included
Sites to Get You Started in Your Madison County Research
Resources & Help Specific to Madison County
Madison County Files on Offsite Web Pages Madison County Links - Offsite
Sites showing how our ancestors had to do things.
- I do not have the resources or time available to assist with research or answer queries.
Please submit your queries to the QUERIES links above.
- This county is adoptable! Please contact the State Coordinator if you are interested in adopting this county!
- Email intended for the MC Genealogy & Hist Society should be sent to MCGHS.
However, before sending email to the Society, please read their policy regarding lookups, etc. LOOKUPS
Visit Our Neighbors
Arkansas Counties that have been part of Madison County history,
and counties that are current neighbors include:
Go Hogs Go!!!
Check Fayetteville, AR Weather
(Home of the Razorbacks)
This Day in History
Thought for the Day
The Daily Motivator
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