Madden, Martin

Madden, Martin (Barnaby)

(1855–1928) U.S. representative; born in Darlington, England. Emigrating at age 5, he was a self-made quarryman who opposed machine politics in Chicago. In congress (Rep., Ill.; 1905–28) he created the bureau of the budget.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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Gareth Hassell scored twice and Richard Tuck, Ross Madden, Martin Wrench and Ross Bridgman added one apiece to seal a 43-7 victory.
Ridden by Niall 'Slippers' Madden, Martin Brassil's 11-year-old will be back to defend his crown and will bid to add to Ireland's excellent recent record of five National victories in the last eight years.
The picture shows the Ullathorne squad displaying the CET U15 Shield after a convincing win in 1980: Back row: John Madden, Martin Brown, Andrew Rigione, Danny Colgan, Keith Newbold, Gaz Fallon, Ronnie King, Stephen McDermott