|Birth: ||Jan. 3, 1899|
Bear Lake County
|Death: ||Oct. 24, 1953|
Big Horn County
son of Hannah Rebecca Bake & Neils Madsen, married Virginia Lindsay and Mrs. Helen Jessie Rominger Dudley
Franklin Bake Madsen was born Jan. 3, 1899 in Dingle, Idaho, the son of Neils and Rebecca Bake Madsen, the youngest of seven children. His parents, two brothers and one sister have preceded him in death.
Frank came with his family to the Big Horn basin in 1900 when but one year old. He received his schooling in Byron where he was active in athletic programs, taking part in baseball, basketball and other sports.
While still very young he was left with his mother and brother to care for. After his brother Orson's death he stayed home to care for his mother until her passing.
On Sept. 1, 1936 he married Mrs. Virginia Lindsay and to this union one daughter, Francess Ann, was born. On Jan 8, 1945, he married Mrs. Helen Rominger Dudley of American Fork, Utah , the mother of two sons, Neil and Larry. These boys with his daughter make up his family.
Frank has been employed in the oil fields in and near Byron except for the few years he worked in the oil fields at Lusk and Lance Creek, and the short time he was employed at Geneva Steel in Utah.
He is surived by his wife, Helen; one daughter, Frances Ann; two sons, Neil and Larry, and three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Piggott of Bloomington, Idaho, Mrs. Sarah Smith of Billings, and Mrs. Ida Crocker of Sayle, Montana.
Those coming from Utah to attend the funeral were Mrs. Madsen's mother, Mrs. Rominger, her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Almond Bain of American Fork, Mr. Madsen's sisters, Mrs. Piggott and husband and Mrs. Smith.
Neils Madsen (1846 - 1921)
Hannah Rebecca Bake Madsen (1857 - 1939)
Big Horn County
Plot: Block D Lot 9 Grave 7
Created by: Cindy C.
Record added: Dec 04, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31947254