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Offline Sue Mcabe

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relatives of thomas madden
« on: Saturday 03 October 15 19:57 BST (UK) »
I am looking for any relatives of Thomas John Madden who was the vicar of St Lukes Church Liverpool wife,Jane nee Horrocks I am doing a brief history on St Lukes church and want to send information I have to IWM but need to know if there are any living relatives so I can ask for permission to do so

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Re: relatives of thomas madden
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 03 October 15 21:08 BST (UK) »
Not sure if this will help or whether you already have this info.

I think that Thomas & Jane only had two children

Ellenor Cranston Madden bapt St Luke Liverpool 22 May 1889

Thomas Hylton Madden bapt St Luke Liverpool     30 Apr 1895

UK, De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour, 1914-1919 (includes a  picture)
Thomas Hylton Madden Rank: Second Lieutenant
Regiment or Ship:   The King's (Liverpool) Regiment
Birth Date:   30 Apr 1895
Birth Place:   Liverpool
Enlistment Date:   2 Aug 1914
Death Date:   10 Mar 1915
Death Place:   Givenchy
Father:   Thomas John Madden
Mother:   Jane Horrocks

He was killed in action the only son of  Thomas John Madden Archdeacon of Liverpool & Vicar of St Luke’s Church

Thomas Hylton Madden
Death Date:   10 Mar 1915
Rank:   2 Lieutenant Regiment:   The King's (Liverpool) Regiment
Type of Casualty:   Killed in action

2nd Lt Thomas Hylton Madden
Death Date:   10 Mar 1915
Cemetery:   Vieille-Chapelle New Military Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Vieille-Chapelle, Departement du Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France

It might be worth checking to see if their daughter married and had any children.



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Re: relatives of thomas madden
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 03 October 15 21:54 BST (UK) »
The daughter married William Charles Jordan, who, given their later address was the Vicarage, Slaidburn, was also a vicar

William C Jordan
Eleanor C Madden
Q1 1916     West Derby, Vol    8b p355

i can see one possible child b in 1917

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« Reply #3 on: Saturday 03 October 15 22:14 BST (UK) »
The daughter married William Charles Jordan, who, given their later address was the Vicarage, Slaidburn, was also a vicar

William C Jordan
Eleanor C Madden
Q1 1916     West Derby, Vol    8b p355

i can see one possible child b in 1917

 :( Sadly it appears that he died 1925 from Lancashire BMD

birth  1917 JORDAN William Madden   Didsbury   Manchester mmn MADDEN

death 1925 JORDAN William Madden age 8   Tarleton   Preston

This looks as if it might be Eleanor's death entry

Dec 1968 HOVE vol 5H page 522
Eleanor C Jordan age 79 (1889)



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Re: relatives of thomas madden
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 03 October 15 22:17 BST (UK) »
2nd Lt Thomas Hylton Madden, 1st Bn. The Kings (Liverpool) Regiment

died 10th March 1915, aged 18
Commemorated at Vielle-Chapelle New Military Cemetery, Lacouture

Son of the Ven. Thomas John Madden, Archdeacon of Liverpool, and Jane Madden (nee Horrocks).
Garrad (Suffolk, Essex, Somerset), Crocker (Somerset), Vanstone (Devon, Jersey), Sims (Wiltshire), Bridger (Kent)

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Re: relatives of thomas madden
« Reply #5 on: Sunday 04 October 15 11:50 BST (UK) »
Thank you so much for all this information yes indeed I need to search for any relatives still alive to ask can i use this.I would like to tell you the reason behind my research.St Lukes Church was bombed during the blitz killing thousands of people here in Liverpool we where the second worst hit after London the church has stood in memory of these victims since 1941.I am a trustee of a group called Friends of St Lukes who want the church to remain as such.On doing research I found it also had connections with WW1 through Thomas Hylton Madden 1st Btn Kings Regiment .The church is on the IWM list but has little information so I want to give them the information which hopefully will stop LCC doing anything else with it thanks again Sue McCabe