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army officer.

John Fitz Madden, American army officer. Decorated Officer Legion of Honor (France). Served in Spanish-American War, Cuban Occupation, Philippine Insurrection.

Background

Madden, John Fitz was born on March 30, 1870 in Sacramento, California, United States. Son of Jerome and Margaret Eveline (Evans) Madden.

Education

Preparatory education, St. Matthews Hall, San Mateo, California. University of California, 1890-1891. Graduate Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1897, Army War College, Washington, 1921, General staff schedul, Fort Leavenworth, 1922, Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 1923.

Career

1 son, John FitzPatrick. Commissioned Second lieutenant infantry, United States Army, October 7, 1891, and advanced through grades to colonel, April 15, 1920. Brigadier general National Army, October 1918-March 1919.

Brigadier general United States Army, March 6, 1931. Retired account of physical disability in line of duty, March 31, 1934.

Membership

Served in Spanish-American War, Cuban Occupation, Philippine Insurrection. Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington).

Connections

Married (divorced).

father:
Jerome Madden

mother:
Margaret Eveline (Evans) Madden

spouse: