Mary Kate Madden

F, b. 1910
  • Birth*: Mary was born in 1910.1

Citations

  1. [S35] Ginty/Madden Family Tree.

Michael Madden

M, b. 7 September 1892

Citations

  1. [S33] The Family of John Ginty, Complied by Mayo North Family History Centre, December 7,1998 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S362] Killasser RC reg. Bapts, vol. 2, p. 435.

Michael J. Madden1

M, b. 11 August 1870, d. 27 July 1936

Michael J. Madden (1872-1936)
All Saints Cemetery
Photo: Elaine M. Beaudoin, July 1, 2017
Photograph by Picasa
  • Birth*: Michael was born at Killasser Parish, County Mayo, Ireland, on 11 August 1870. Sponsors were James Madden and Mary Ginty. One his death certificate it lists he date of birth as August 18, 1871..2,3,1
  • Birth: He was born in 1872.4
  • Marriage*: He married Mary McNulty.1
  • Occupation*: Michael J. Madden was motorman on the Chicago Surface Lines between 1895 and 1936.1
  • Residence*: He lived in July 1936 at 2722 Giddings Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.1
  • Death*: He died on 27 July 1936 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 65. His death certificate states he died by asphyxiation from drowning after jumping into the Chicago river. His body was found at the north branch of the Chicago River at Western Avenue. An inquest was held and it was determined it was a suicide while temporarily insane.

    Madden -- Michael J. Madden beloved husband of the late Mary, nee McNulty, fond father of Thomas, Sarah, John and Cecille Heidkamp, brother of William, Mrs. M. Ginty, Mrs. J. shannon, the late Patrick and Mrs. J. Ginnan. Funeral Thursday 9:30 a.m. from his late residence 2722 Giddings st to Queen of Angels church. Interment All Saints. Member of Annunciation court No. 28, C. O. F. and Division 241 SERE of A.
    Chicago Daily News, June 29, 1936, page 29.5,1,6
  • Funeral: He received the blessing of the church at the funeral on 30 July 1936 at Queen of Angels Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6
  • Burial*: He was buried on 30 July 1936 at All Saints Cemetery, Des Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, USA. Section 9, Block 3, S 1/2 of 6.1,4

Family: Mary McNulty b. 1872, d. 1930

Citations

  1. [S1352] Michael J. Madden, Illinois Coroner's Certificate of Death, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, MF# 1927010.
  2. [S33] The Family of John Ginty, Complied by Mayo North Family History Centre, December 7,1998 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  3. [S347] Killasser RC reg., Bapts, vol. 2, p. 213.
  4. [S2506] Michael J. Madden Cemetery marker, All Saints Cemetery, Des Plaines, Illinois.
  5. [S693] Chicago Tribune, September 24, 1950, Chicago Tribune Historical Archive; Record Number 19500924dn064.
  6. [S1760] Chicago Daily News, June 29, 1936, page 29.

Nellie Madden

F, b. 1915

Family: Unknown Durkan b. 1906, d. 1957

Citations

  1. [S35] Ginty/Madden Family Tree.

Patrick Madden

M, b. 15 January 1876, d. 20 November 1932
  • Birth*: Patrick was born at Killasser, County Mayo, Ireland, on 15 January 1876. Sponsors were Richard Madden and Mary Ginty.1,2
  • Birth: He was born in March 1876 at Ireland.3
  • Immigration: He immigrated in 1890.4
  • Immigration: He immigrated in 1894.5
  • Immigration*: He immigrated in 1895; Not noted as naturalized on 1900 Census.3
  • Immigration: He immigrated in 1896.6
  • Occupation: He was Conductor, street railway in 1900.3
  • Naturalization*: He was naturalized in 1900.5
  • Census1900*: Patrick was listed as a brother-in-law in an unknown person 's household on the 1900 Census at 33 Cortland, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.3
  • Residence: He lived on 21 April 1904 at 963 N. Robey, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA. Thomas J. McIntyre stated that he was going to his cousin, Patrick Madden's house, when he arrived in the United States. Robey was changed to Damen avenue when the street names were changed.7
  • Biography: His badge number was 3540.8
  • Occupation: He was Served as a Chicago Police Officer for 24 years prior to his murder by Frank Bialek while Officer Madden was arresting him. between 1908 and 1932.9
  • Occupation: He was a street railway conductor on 20 April 1910.6
  • (Witness) Census 1910: He appeared on the 1910 census of 20 April 1910 in the household of James Shannon and Bridget "Agnes" Madden at 2958 Lee Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6
  • Marriage*: Patrick Madden married Annie Donnelly.10,6
  • Residence*: Patrick Madden lived on 2 January 1920; Rents.5
  • Occupation: He was Chicago Police Officer on 2 January 1920.5
  • Census1920*: He was census 1920 on 2 January 1920 at 2903 Belmont Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.5
  • Occupation: He was a Chicago policeman on 17 April 1930.4
  • Census 1930*: He and Annie Donnelly appeared on the 1930 census of 17 April 1930 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Additionally, a Michael Walsh was a boarder in the home. He was 48 years old, single, says he is from Norther Ireland, but it also says Patrick Madden is from Northern Ireland and he is not. Michael was a street car conductor. It states he immigrated in 1901 to the US. I wonder if he is a brother or cousin of Ellen Walsh McIntyre?4
  • Description*: Patrick Madden was described as Husky build in 1932.11
  • Occupation*: He was Policeman in the North Racine avenue station in 1932.11
  • Address*: As of 1932, Patrick Madden lived at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.11
  • Biography*: Four articles appear in the Chicago Tribune related to the murder of Patrick Madden.

    November 20, 1932 - "Gunman Kills a Policeman; Another Shot"
    November 21, 1932 - "Killer is Identified"
    December 21, 1932 - "22 Police Trap Alleged Killer of a Comrade"
    June 15, 1933 - "Gets 99 Years for the Murder of Policeman"
    All articles are in the Madden file.11
  • Death*: He died on 20 November 1932 at 1437 Walton Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 56; Chicago Tribune, November 20, 1932
    "GUNMAN KILLS A POLICEMAN; ANOTHER SHOT"
    One policeman was shot and killed an another was wounded in the abdomen by a red haired gunman at Walton and Hot streets early this morning. The slayer escaped in a hail of police bullets fired by four of his victims' comrades.
    The policeman slain was Patrick Madden of the North Racine avenue station. Roman Orzechowski, also of the Racine avenue station, was the policeman wounded. He was taken to St. mary's hospital, where it was said there was slight hope for his recovery. Madden, 54 years old, a veteran of the force, liven at 2903 Belmont avenue.
    The double shooting was unexpected, for the gunman had submitted to arrest a few moments before. Madden lost his life and Orzechowski may die through failure to search to prisoner.
    RESPOND TO RADIO ALARM
    A few minutes before the gun play the police had received a complaint that some one was shooting promiscuously near 1451 Walton street. This complaint was flashed over the radio. Policemen Madden and his fellow wagon man reached the scene first. They found a home party in progress at the Walton street address. There was no disturbance there, but the police were told a man who had been firing on the street was hiding under a porch nearby. Madden found him there.
    Just then Policeman Vernon Johnson and Stanley Pabish drove up.
    "No shooting," announced Madden, holding his prisoner. "Go over to the box and notify the station."
    Johnson and Pabish turned around, satisfied the prisoner was an ordinary Saturday night drunk. They met Policeman Orzechowski and Otto Buck driving up in another police car and relayed the message that there was no shooting. Orzechowski got out of his car and walked toward Madden.
    KILLS POLICEMAN IN STRUGGLE
    As he did so, the prisoner wrested himself from Madden's grip. Madden, a husky fellow, seized him again, and in the momentary struggle, during which Orzechowski ran forward to help Madden, the suspect drew a gun. He fired with the muzzle close to Madden's body and the bullet pierced the policeman's heart.
    Orzechowski drew his gu and was about to fire when the gunman, less than 10 feet away, felled him with a bullet in the abdomen. Policeman Buck, Johns, Pabish and Magnuson, hearing the firing, drew their revolvers and went after the gunman. He fired back at them as they sent more than a dozen bullets after him and disappeared down an alley.
    From a coat believed to have been left behind by the slayer, police obtained the name of Frank Blick, 24 years old, 638 North Sawyer avenue, and squads began a search for him.

    Patrick Madden Death Notice, Chicago Daily News, November 21, 1932, page 33
    Madden - Officer Patrick Madden, dearly beloved husband of Annie (nee Donnelly) found father of Norbert, brother of Michael, William, Mrs. James Shannon, Mrs. Michael Ginty. Funderal Wednesday, Nov. 23, at 9:30 a.m. from residence 2903 Belmont av., to St. Veronica's church. Interment All SAints cemetery.9,11,10
  • Biography: Officer Patrick Madden was fatally shot while attempting to effect an arrest. Officer Madden responded to reports of gunfire. He was approached by a citizen who identified the shooter on the street. When Officer Madden attempted to make the arrest, the assailant suddenly pulled out a weapon and shot Officer Madden.8
  • Rcfuneral*: He was buried from on 23 November 1932 at St. Veronica Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.10
  • Burial: He was buried on 23 November 1932 at All Saints Cemetery, Des Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, USA.10,9

Family: Annie Donnelly b. c 1882, d. a 1932

Citations

  1. [S33] The Family of John Ginty, Complied by Mayo North Family History Centre, December 7,1998 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S350] Killasser RC reg., Bapts., vol. 2, p. 274.
  3. [S698] 1900 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 480, Sheet 10, Ward 15, Ancestry.com; accessed May 2, 2006.
  4. [S2286] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 1311; Sheet 20A; Ward 38, Ancestry.com, accessed May 1, 2006.
  5. [S701] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Ward 27, Washington, DC, ED 1679, Page 1A.
  6. [S2287] 1910 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 1194; Sheet 11B, Ancestry.com, accessed May 1, 2006.
  7. [S82] Thomas Joseph McIntyre, Line V Star Majestic Passenger Manifest, 14 April 1904; From 04-04-21 to 04-04-24, reel 449, Vol 859, 860, 861, Reel 449.
  8. [S1757] The Officer Down Memorial page, Inc., online www.odmp.org, Patrolman Patrick Madden, accessed July 23, 2009.
  9. [S851] Patrick Madden, Illinois Coroner's Certificate of Death, Micropublication #1893420, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  10. [S700] Chicago Daily News, November 21, 1932, page 33.
  11. [S697] Chicago Tribune, November 20, 1932, Chicago Tribune Historical Archive; clipping.

Richard Madden

M, b. 1851

Family: Catherine Lynsk

Citations

  1. [S33] The Family of John Ginty, Complied by Mayo North Family History Centre, December 7,1998 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S357] Foxford Civil reg. Marriages, vol. 9, p. 35.

Thomas Madden

M, b. 1843, d. 1 August 1898

Family: Catherine Ginty b. 1849

Citations

  1. [S343] Death notice reported by the Mayo North Family Heritage Center in report December, 1998. It reads: Thomas Madden, a 55 year old married man was found dead in Crohan Lake on Monday morning the 1st of August 1898. His death was registered by Edmond C. Kelly, coroner for Co. Mayo.
  2. [S851] Patrick Madden, Illinois Coroner's Certificate of Death, Micropublication #1893420, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  3. [S1191] Marriage Register: entry for Thomas Madden and Catherine Ginty, February 2, 1867 General Registry, Custom House, Dublin, Ireland, Family History Library, MF# 0101597.
  4. [S341] Foxford Civil reg. Marriages, vol. 4 p. 9.
  5. [S33] The Family of John Ginty, Complied by Mayo North Family History Centre, December 7,1998 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  6. [S2170] National Library of Ireland - Baptismal Registers, online http://registers.nli.ie/, Killasser; County Mayo; Diocese of Achonry, Marriages, March, 1866-February, 1867. Accessed November 9, 2015.
  7. [S1192] James Madden, Ireland, Mayo, Swineford, Foxford, Lehardane birth registration page 426, line 35, Family History Library, MF# unknown (November 6, 1879).
  8. [S344] Foxford Civil reg. Deaths, vol. 10, p. 61.

Thomas Madden

M

Family:

Citations

  1. [S33] The Family of John Ginty, Complied by Mayo North Family History Centre, December 7,1998 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S1191] Marriage Register: entry for Thomas Madden and Catherine Ginty, February 2, 1867 General Registry, Custom House, Dublin, Ireland, Family History Library, MF# 0101597.

Thomas Madden1

M, b. 1902, d. 1965

Thomas P. Madden (1902-1965)
All Saints Cemetery, Des Plaines, Ilinois
Photo: Elaine M. Beaudoin, July 1, 2017
Photograph by Picasa

Citations

  1. [S1760] Chicago Daily News, June 29, 1936, page 29.
  2. [S2508] Thomas P. Madden Cemetery marker, All Saints Cemetery, Des Plaines, Illinois.

Thomas P. Madden1

M, b. 24 September 1871, d. 1945
  • Marriage*: He married M. Lynskey.2
  • Marriage*: He married Ann Geraghty.
  • Birth*: Thomas was born at Killasser, County Mayo, Ireland, on 24 September 1871. Sponsors were Michael and Mary Ginty.3,4
  • (informant) Death: He was an informant on the death certificate of Michael J. Madden on 27 July 1936 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 65; His death certificate states he died by asphyxiation from drowning after jumping into the Chicago river. His body was found at the north branch of the Chicago River at Western Avenue. An inquest was held and it was determined it was a suicide while temporarily insane.

    Madden -- Michael J. Madden beloved husband of the late Mary, nee McNulty, fond father of Thomas, Sarah, John and Cecille Heidkamp, brother of William, Mrs. M. Ginty, Mrs. J. shannon, the late Patrick and Mrs. J. Ginnan. Funeral Thursday 9:30 a.m. from his late residence 2722 Giddings st to Queen of Angels church. Interment All Saints. Member of Annunciation court No. 28, C. O. F. and Division 241 SERE of A.
    Chicago Daily News, June 29, 1936, page 29.5,1,6
  • Residence*: Thomas P. Madden lived on 27 July 1936 at 2722 Giddings Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.1
  • Death*: Thomas died in 1945.2

Family 2: Ann Geraghty b. 1877, d. 1945

Citations

  1. [S1352] Michael J. Madden, Illinois Coroner's Certificate of Death, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, MF# 1927010.
  2. [S35] Ginty/Madden Family Tree.
  3. [S33] The Family of John Ginty, Complied by Mayo North Family History Centre, December 7,1998 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  4. [S349] Killasser RC reg., Bapts., vol. 2, p. 256.
  5. [S693] Chicago Tribune, September 24, 1950, Chicago Tribune Historical Archive; Record Number 19500924dn064.
  6. [S1760] Chicago Daily News, June 29, 1936, page 29.