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William Madison (May 5, 1762 – July 20, 1843) was an American general. He served in the War of 1812
War of 1812
and American Revolutionary War. Son of James Madison, Sr.
James Madison, Sr.
and Eleanor Rose Conway, he was the brother of James Madison, fourth President of the United States.[1][2] Madison married Frances Throckmorton and had eleven children.[3]. He was the grandfather of Confederate Brigadier-General James E. Slaughter. References[edit]

^ https://www.jstor.org/stable/1915370?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents ^ [1] ^ http://rotunda.upress.virginia.edu/dmde/editorialnote.xqy?note=all

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James Madison

4th President of the United States
United States
(1809–1817) 5th U.S. Secretary of State (1801–1809) United States
United States
House of Representatives (1789–1797) Congress of the Confederation
Congress of the Confederation
(1781–1783) Virginia House of Delegates
Virginia House of Delegates
(1776–1779, 1784–1786)

"Father of the Constitution"

Co-wrote, 1776 Virginia Constitution 1786 Annapolis Convention 1787 Constitutional Convention

Virginia Plan Constitution of the United States Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787

The Federalist Papers

written by Madison No. 10 No. 51

Virginia Ratifying Convention United States
United States
Bill of Rights

27th amendment

Constitution drafting and ratification timeline Founding Fathers

Presidency

First inauguration Second inauguration Tecumseh's War

Battle of Tippecanoe

War of 1812

origins Burning of Washington The Octagon House Treaty of Ghent Seven Buildings
Seven Buildings
residence results

Second Barbary War Era of Good Feelings Second Bank of the United States State of the Union Address (1810 1814 1815 1816) Cabinet Federal judiciary appointments

Other noted accomplisments

Co-founder, American Whig Society Supervised the Louisiana Purchase Anti-Administration party Residence Act

Compromise of 1790

Democratic-Republican Party

First Party System republicanism

Library of Congress Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions Report of 1800

Other writings

The Papers of James Madison

Life

Early life and career Belle Grove Plantation, birthplace Montpelier

Elections

U.S. House of Representatives election, 1789 1790 1792 1794 U.S. presidential election, 1808 1812

Legacy and popular culture

James Madison
James Madison
Memorial Building James Madison
James Madison
University James Madison
James Madison
College Madison, Wisconsin Madison Square Madison River Madison Street U.S. postage stamps James Madison
James Madison
Memorial Fellowship Foundation James Madison
James Madison
Freedom of Information Award James Madison
James Madison
Award James Madison
James Madison
Institute A More Perfect Union (1989 film) Liberty's Kids
Liberty's Kids
(2002 miniseries) Hamilton (2015 musical)

Related

Age of Enlightenment American Enlightenment Marbury v. Madison National Gazette Paul Jennings Madisonian Model American Philosophical Society The American Museum magazine Virginia dynasty

Family

Dolley Madison
Dolley Madison
(wife) John Payne Todd
John Payne Todd
(stepson) James Madison, Sr.
James Madison, Sr.
(father) Nelly Conway Madison
Nelly Conway Madison
(mother) William Madison (brother) Ambrose Madison (paternal grandfather) James Madison
James Madison
(cousin) George Madison
George Madison
(paternal second-cousin) Thomas Madison (paternal second-cousin) John Madison (great-grandfather) Lucy Washington (sister-in-law)

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James Monroe

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