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Charles MADISON
Mary HILL
Matilda HENDERSON
Husband:  Charles MADISON
Birth:  10 May 1817, Iredell Co., NC
Death:  Aug 1875, Bethany, Harrison Co., MO
Occupation:  farmer
Father:  Gilliam / Gilbert MADISON (1775-1834)
Mother:  Frances "Fanny" McDANIEL (1780-1825)
Marriage-1:  20 Mar 1838, Rush Co., IN
Wife-1:  Mary "Polly" HILL
Birth:  ca. 1821
Death:  1843, Warrington, Hancock Co., IN
Father:  Samuel HILL (1772-1851)
Mother:  Mary Elizabeth CONNER (1772-1859)
Marriage-2:  19 Jun 1845, Hancock Co., IN
Wife-2:  Matilda HENDERSON
Birth:  Feb 1818, IN
Death:  1901, Bethany, Harrison Co., MO
Other Spouse:  m1. 12 Mar 1838, Fayette Co., IN, Joseph H. CLARK
Father:  Mr. HENDERSON
Mother:  Ann "Annie" __?__
Children with Mary HILL born in Henry Co., IN:
  1.  Rebecca MADISON, b. 3 Feb 1839; d. 5 Oct 1912, Hancock Co., IN
  2.  John MADISON, b. 4 Nov 1840; d. 11 Jul 1918, Henry Co., IN
  3.  Jesse MADISON, b. 1841
  4.  William Franklin MADISON, b. 30 Jul 1842; d. 31 Dec 1919, Payne Co., IN
Children of Mathilda (HENDERSON) CLARK; stepchildren of our subject:
.  William Perry CLARK - MADISON, b. 1838; d. 1920
.  Joseph Curtis Marion CLARK - MADISON, b. 1840; d. 1904
Children with Matilda HENDERSON born in Brown Twp., Hancock Co., IN:
  5.  Charles L. MADISON, b. 1845/6
  6.  Eliza A. MADISON, b. 1847/8
  7.  Daniel MADISON, b. 1850/1
  8.  Mary Jane MADISON, b. 1852/3
  9.  Nancy MADISON, b. 1854/5
10.  Martha E. MADISON, b. 1856/7
11.  Reuben R. MADISON, b. 1860; d. bef. 1870
12.  George MADISON, b. 1861/2
13.  Thomas MADISON, b. 1863/4
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Indiana, North Carolina, Virginia

Sources:

1a.  Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 (online at Ancestry.com):
Charles Madison Mary Hill 20 Mar 1838 Rush Co.
Charles Madison Matilda Clark 19 Jun 1845 Hancock Co.

1b.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1993.  Indiana Marriages:  Early to 1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-228):
Madison, Charles Clark, Matilda Jun 19, 1845 Hancock Co.

1c.   Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007 (online at familysearch.org):
Name Joseph Clark Charles Madison
Marriage License Date 12 Mar 1838 20 Mar 1838
Wedding Ceremony Date 12 Mar 1838 29 Mar 1838
Minister's Return Date 12 Jul 1838  9 Apr 1838
Place Fayette, IN Rush, IN
Spouse's Name Matilda Henderson Mary Hill
Spouses' Residence Place Fayette, IN  
Page 135  
GS Film Number 469765 1630188

2.  1840 U.S. Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #X; official enumeration began 1 Jun 1840; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1840 - - Co. - Twp. Roll - pp. - Ln. - - - - - -
These data indicate:
He is not the Charles MADISON in Henry Co., IN (q.v.).

3.  1850 U.S. Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #16-17 of 21):  Brown Twp., Hancock Co., IN, Roll M432_149, pp. 364B-365A, enumerated 18 Sep 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1850:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see
What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
268 272 Charles Madison 33 M   Farmer 300 North Carolina        
    Matilda    " 30 F       Indiana        
    William    " 12 M       "        
    Joseph     "  9 M       "        
    Charles L  "  4 M       "        
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    Eliza A Madison  2 F       Indiana        
    Rebecca    " 12 F       "   /    
    John       " 10 M       "   /    
    Philip Corbin 68 M       Virginia     / Pauper
William and Joseph are Matilda's children from her prior marriage; Rebecca and John are Charles's children from his prior marriage.  I can find no genealogical connection between our subjects and Philip CORBIN; he appears to be just a border.  Does anyone know of one?

4.  1860 U.S. Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #29 of 32):  Warrington P.O., Brown Twp., Hancock Co., IN, Roll M653_263, p. 493, PN 57, 423/417,  enumerated 28 Jun 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Charles Madison 45 M   Farmer 1000 423 North Carolina
Matilda 41 F         Indiana
Charles L 14 M         "
Eliza Ann 12 F         "
Daniel  9 M         "
Mary Jane  7 F         "
Nancy  5 F         "
Martha E  3 F         "
Rueben R 4/12 M         "

5.  1870 U.S. Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #35 of 62):  Bethany P.O., Bethany Twp., Harrison Co., MO, Roll M593_778, p. 18A, PN 35, 239/239, enumerated 9 Aug 1870, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Madison Charles 58 M W Farmer 2000 700 North Carolina
        Matilda 50 F W Keeping House     Indiana
        Daniel 19 M W Farm Hand     Indiana
        Mary 16 F W House Keeper     Indiana
        Nancy 14 F W       Indiana
        Martha 12 F W       Indiana
        George  8 M W       Indiana
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Madison Thos  4 M W       Missouri
Clark Wm  6 M W       Indiana
      Eliza  2 F W       Missouri
Henderson Annie 67  F W House Keeper     Virginia
The CLARK children are presumably Matilda's grandchildren; Annie HENDERSON is presumably Matilda's widowed mother.  Listed next to married son, Charles MADISON (æ 23, b. IN), and his wife, Sarah (æ 22, b. MO).

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