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Re: Location of Madison Township
Posted by: Gloria Bushong (ID *****4383) Date: August 11, 2010 at 04:39:20
In Reply to: Location of Madison Township by Sandy Weatherford of 1061

Sandy, As far as I can tell by looking at a map that I printed out from the Shenandoah County site, and this is just a rough guess, Madison Magisterial District sometimes referred to as a township after the Civil War, starts on the Narrow Passage River north of Edinburg, then comes down through Edinburg, a little east of there to the mountain, then just a little south of Edinburg, over to Lantzs Mill, Bedford, Columbia Furnace, down to Liberty Furnace and to the line of West Virginia.

Hope this is of some help.

Gloria


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