Saturday, February 2, 2008

Martin B. Madden

Here's some facts regarding our Martin Madden aka Martin B. "Skinny" Madden

Martin B Madden, born August 17, 1871 in IA; died July 23, 1912 in IL Cook Co Chicago.
He was the son of Daniel Madden and Bridget Carroll.
He married (1) Laura Flannery May 15, 1902 in IL Cook Co Chicago. She was born October 1875 in IL, and died June 16, 1907 in IL Cook Co Chicago.
He married (2) Florence Bell Miles September 13, 1909 in IL Lake Co Waukegan. She was born Abt. 1889 in IL, and died Aft. 1912.

Martin's parents and siblings:
Father: Daniel Madden, born Abt. 1848 in Ireland; died October 06, 1912 in IL Cook Co.
He married Bridget Carroll April 18, 1869 in IA Des Moines Co Burlington.

Mother: Bridget Carroll, born Abt. 1843 in IRELAND; died December 23, 1910 in MO Callaway Co Fulton State Hospital #1.

Children of Daniel Madden and Bridget Carroll are:
Bernard Madden, born February 09, 1870 in IA; died February 05, 1909 in IL Cook Co Chicago.
Martin B Madden, born August 17, 1871 in IA; died July 23, 1912 in IL Cook Co Chicago; married (1) Laura Flannery May 15, 1902 in IL Cook Co Chicago;
married (2) Florence Bell Miles September 13, 1909 in IL Lake Co Waukegan.
Edward Madden, born Abt. 1872 in KS.
James Madden, born February 1874 in KS; died Aft. 1928.
Margaret Madden, born June 1878 in KS; died Bet. 1913 - 1920;
married William P McCain Abt. 1902 in IL ?Cook Co?; born Abt. 1876 in IL.
Julia C Madden, born September 1881 in KS, Shawnee Co, North Topeka;
died March 06, 1930 in IL Cook Co Chicago;
married Kenneth Rathbun September 11, 1907 in IL Cook Co Chicago; born August 24, 1880 in WI Geneva; died June 26, 1959 in IL Cook Co Chicago.
Mary Madden, born May 1886 in MO ?Jackson Co Kansas City; died Aft. 1919;
married Joseph J McGrath Abt. 1910; born Abt. 1877 in IL; died Aft. 1928.

2 comments:

http://isness-primordial.blogspot.com said...

Is this Madden related to our branch of the Sheehans through the Carrolls? You have reall gotten a lot of good information.

I believe that there has been a movement in Irland to make family back ground information as bit more easily available.

Gerry said...

The Maddens can be traced on my genealogy website [on rootsweb]. A link to it is at the right-hand-side on this blog's main page.
Martin has added lots of spice to our family history. He was a 'player' in the formation of Chicago's builing trades union scene. Impressive man, our Martin.