He served in the US Army in WW I. He enlisted in Boston, and was assigned to Group #23 of the Provisional Convalescent Companies, 154th Depot Brigade. He was discharged on 25 Jan 1919 and had attained the rank of Corporal.
"26 Jun 1896, George Donald Madison, b. 28 Brook Ave, to John R. & Mary A., res. Boston, father carpenter b. Barnet Vt, mother b. Ireland."
"George Donald Madison & Margaret Emma Sternberg, married 09 Jul 1921, at 41 Central Ave, Medford, Mass.; Groom: resides Medford, age 24, 1st marriage, occupation plumber, born Boston, father John R. Madison, mother Mary M. Anderson; Bride: resides Medford, age 23, 1st marriage, occupation clerk, born Roxbury, Boston, father William Sternberg, mother Emily Wohliveber; married by D. Harold Hickey, clergyman, 41 Central Ave., Medford, recorded 15 Jul 1921; Intentions recorded 2 Jun 1921 Medford, int. cert. issued 7 June. "
"At the VA Hospital in Boston, from pneumonia as a result of lung cancer. He had resided in the VA Hospital 15 days., normally resided at 96 Rockland St. for "Life"; buried Gethsemane Cem., West Roxbury, 24 Aug 1960. The funeral director was Donald O. Folsom, 87 Milton St., E. Dedham; husband of Margaret Sternberg; aged 64y1m26d; occupation: plumber; WWI Veteran: born Boston, MA; father John Madison born Danville VT; mother Mary Anderson born Ireland; informant Margaret Madison."
His grave is located in "The Garden of the Apostles", grave #60.
Contributors: Bobbie Hall.
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