JAMES V. MADISON
Naval Hero Was Member of Byrd North Pole Expedition
DANVERS, Massachusetts, September 13, 1943 – James V. Madison, World War naval hero and a member of the Byrd North Pole expedition of 1926, died yesterday at Chelsea Naval Hospital, after a long illness, and will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His age was 59.
He leaves two brothers, John D., a member of the Danvers Fire Department, and Franklin T., of Boston
MADISON, JAMES VINCENT
- CHIEF BOATSWAINS MATE U S NAVY RET
- DATE OF DEATH: 09/12/1943
- BURIED AT: SECTION WWW SITE 4865-A
- ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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