Maps of Madison County
Madison County 1853 Map (Evans)
Madison County 1859 Map (Gillette)
- Madison County 1875 Atlas (Pomeroy, Whitman & Co.)
- Sales of the Lands of
the Northwest Part of the Oneida Reservation – 8/7/1804
- Historical Maps Formation of the towns
and city 1806-1896. Village and place names.
County of Madison (towns)
- Reprinted from Country Roads, Madison County's
Heritage: A Resource for the Future, Madison
County Planning Board, Wampsville, New York, July 1976.
- Madison County Map
- Current map of towns, villages and hamlets.
- The 1802 Land
- The "1802 Purchase" was made by the State from
the Oneida Indians and comprised 46 lots. This purchase
was bounded on the west by the "Two-Mile
Strip," purchased in 1798; on the north by the
"Seneca Turnpike Lots," purchased also in 1798;
on the east by the Oneida Indian reservation. A strip off
this reservation, adjoining the "Purchase of
1802" was purchased in 1817. From W. H.
Tuttle's Notes. See also
William H. Tuttle's History of the "Purchase of 1802."
- Wampsville, NY
- Located in the Town of Lenox, Wampsville was designated
the county seat of Madison County in 1910. Wampsville
beginnings are traced to a tavern built by Myndert Wemple
along the Seneca Turnpike, a well traveled road which
brought settlers to the northern half of Madison County.
The settlement of Wemplesville later became Wampsville.
- Palantine Settlements
- Settlements along the Hudson, Mohawk and Schoharie Rivers.
March 30, 2013.