Madison We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Madison.
Madison Blues - a song by Fleetwood Mac
Double Pink (Kate Feiffer) - Madison is a little girl enthralled with the color pink; in fact, she's obsessed with all things pink. She wants pink clothes, pink food and an all-pink room. She gives away all her toys that aren't pink; she has an all-pink birthday party. Finally she puts on a hot pink wig and paints her face bright pink and in a surrealistic surge of fantasy, she disappears into her pinkness and can no longer be seen by her own mom. Madison's tears wash away her face paint and she comes back to reality, deciding that red might be a nice change instead. Little girls (especially those legions who love pink) will enjoy Madison's over-the-top exploration of this favorite shade. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Mad about Plaid (Jane McElmurry) - Madison Pratt is delighted to find a lonely plaid purse in the park one afternoon. Then the purse's mad curse causes Madison—and her whole neighborhood—to turn plaid! Will Madison's spunk and optimism help to reverse the curse before it's too late? Recommended for ages 3-6.
Madison - We cannot find any popular celebrities or famous people with the first name Madison.
Famous People who Named their Child Madison - Brooke Burns (actress); Johnny Knoxville (actor/comic); Sissy Spacek (actress); Thomas Edison (inventor)
James Madison (16 Mar 1751 - 28 Jun 1836) - Yes, we know that "Madison" is his last name, but we wanted to throw him in here given his obvious influence on the popularity of the name Madison as a given name in America. James Madison was one of our Founding Fathers, a Congress member, the Secretary of State under Jefferson and finally the 4th President of the United States. He had a shy, reserved personality, but also a bawdy sense of humor. He is known for being on the winning side of almost all political arguments given his keen intellect and his thorough preparedness. His Presidency is probably most defined by the War of 1812 against the British. The war begins badly (the United States had twenty ships to Britain’s one-thousand!) Just as America is about to lose, General Andrew Jackson leads his rag-tag army to victory in the Battle of New Orleans. Madison is also known for his vivacious, popular wife, Dolley Madison.