Obituary Record

M.P. Madsen
Died on 4/29/1925


Printed in the May 6, 1925 Pilot, Blair, Nebraska

Mrs. Mike Ingerslev received word last week that her only brother, M. P. Madsen of Seattle, Washington had died at the Columbus Sanitarium from pneumonia. He came to Blair with his parents and grew to manhood in and around Blair, and when the war with Spain broke out, he enlisted in Company G, 3rd Nebraska volunteer infantry and served with that organization until mustered out in April, 1899. After the war he went west and located at Seattle. He was buried with full honors by the Spanish War Veterans. He leaves a wife, an aged father and an only sister, Mrs. Ingerslev of this city.

Note: an identical obituary was printed in the Enterprise 7 May 1925

~~~Obituary courtesy of the Nebraska Washington County Genealogical Society. Newspaper clippings on file in the Blair, Nebraska Public Library ~~~

Note: the death date is an estimate, based on the obituary

Note: Veteran, Spanish-American War

Printed in the Blair Pilot on 5/6/1925