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Madison, West Virginia

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County seat of Boone County. Madison, WV was first established as Boone Court House. The town was burned during the Civil War. Madison was incorporated in 1906 and named for Col. William Madison Peyton, pioneer coal operator, who was leader of the movement which resulted in the formation of Boone County.


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Elevation: 716 feet
Population: 2,677 (2000 Census)
Longitude: -81.8194
Latitude: 38.0669


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Boone Court House

   

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