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Aaron Henry Sedgwick  [Chester Kies Sedgwick / Cyrena Drake]
b. May 26, 1842, Concord, New York5
d. July 4, 1918, Orting, Pierce, Washington
bu Marysville, Snohomish, Washington, Marysville Cemetery grave
m. Jan. 1, 1861, Greenbush, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Catherine L Bacon

Catherine L Bacon  [William Bacon / Cynthia Odell]11
b. April 1844, Northfield, Summit, Ohio2 [and obituary below]
d. February 28, 1914, Marysville, Snohoomish, Washington [obituary below]
bu Marysville, Snohomish, Washington, Marysville Cemetery

Census records:
1850 WI Sheboygan, Plymouth
1860 WI Sheboygan, Plymouth
1870 WI Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac
1880 MI Manistee, Manistee
1900 MI Manistee, Manistee
1910 WA Snohomish, Shoultes Pct

Aaron H Sedgwick of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin served during the Civil War. There are a couple of versions of his service to be found in the records, but this appears to be most accurate:

Enlisted as a Private.
Enlisted in Company A, 21st Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 11 Feb 1864.
Transferred out of Company A, 21st Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 11 Feb 1864.
Transferred into Company U, 3rd Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 11 Feb 1864.
Mustered Out Company U, 3rd Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 18 Jul 1865 at Madison, WI.

During November and December of 1864, the Wisconsin 3rd Infantry was a unit of General Sherman's army during the "March to the Sea."

Children:
Chester William Sedgwick (3132241)2,11
  b. October 4, 1861, [Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin)2
  d. August 31, 1927, Marysville, Snohomish, Washington
  m. August 25, 1884, Mary Armena Johnson11
Henry Alton "Harry" Sedgwick (3132242)2,11
  b. March 16, 1864, Wisconsin2,11
  d. January 28, 1930, Everett, Snohomish, Washington12
  m. February 14, 1884, Stockbridge, Calumet, Wisconsin, Anna Dora Johnson11

Mary Armena Johnson and Anna Dora Johnson were sisters.11

Obituaries:

MARYSVILLE GLOBE, Marysville Washington
Friday, March 6, 1914
http://snohomishhistory.com/msvlglobe14mar.html

- Obituary - Sedgwick. Catherine L. Bacon was born in Northfield, Summit Co. OH, 69 yrs 10 mos ago and died in Marysville on 28 Feb 1914. 1 Jan 1861 she was united in marriage to A. H. Sedgwick, at Greenbush, Sheboygan Co. WI. Mr. and Mrs. Sedgwick came to Washington to 1905 and have lived in Everett and Marysville ever since. To their union was born two sons: C. W. Sedgwick, of this city and H. A. Sedgwick, of Everett. They have one adopted daughter, Mrs. Tillie Jean, of Tacoma WA. Mrs. Sedgwick has been a sufferer from paralysis for the past nine years--the last two years of her life she was helpless. Her husband had complete charge of her and on fine days it was not an uncommon sight to see the old gentleman wheeling her around down in the chair. Her end came very peacefully and the funeral was held at the Marysville Undertaking Parlors on Tuesday March 3, Rev. John Chandler officiating. Interment took place at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery under the direction of Undertaker C. H. Schaefer. Mrs. Sedgwick was a woman of great character, although she suffered untold agony for nearly ten years. she was always optimistic and never complained. Her reward should be great in that better world.

March 13, 1914
Local and Personal - Harry L. Sedgwick and wife, of Olympia; Roy Sedgwick, of Bothell; George Sedgwick and wife of Everett and Alto Sedgwick and wife of Kelso were in attendance at the funeral of their grandmother.
Local and Personal - Mrs. Mary Sedgwick, on Manistee MI, who was here to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. A. H. Sedgwick left on Sunday for Bellingham WA.


Friday, July 12, 1918
http://snohomishhistory.com/globe/msvlglobe18jul.html#jul12

Obituary: Aaron H. Sedgwick was born in Erie Co. New York, May 26 1842, and died in the Old Soldiers' Home at Orting, Wash., July 4, 1918. He was married Jan. 1, 1861 to Katherine L. Bacon. Two sons were born to them, Chester W., and Henry A., both living. Mr. Sedgwick enlisted in the U. S. army in 1864. He saw 19 months of active service and was honorably discharged at the close of the war. Mr. Sedgwick was well-known and greatly respected about Marysville and vicinity, where he had resided for over ten years until he recently went to the Soldiers' Home at Orting. His patriotism was the patriotism of deeds, not words alone. The funeral was conducted from the Marysville undertaking parlors July 8 at 2 p.m. Rev. C. E. Sanders officiating. Comrades of the Grand Army served as pall-bearers. The ladies of the G. A. R. participated in the service with their ritual service for departed comrades. Interment was made in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery.


The work of identifying their descendants is in process. Here are some notes:

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Chester William Sedgwick  [Aaron Henry Sedgwick / Catherine L Bacon]
b. October 4, 1861, [Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin)2,11
d. August 31, 1927, Marysville, Snohomish, Washington, age 65 years 10 months 27 day
  https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3PZ-HCN
d. August 31, 1927, Marysville, Snohomish, Washington
m. August 25, 1884, Mary Armena Johnson11

Mary Armena Johnson  [C C Johnson / Mary Unknown]
b. October 4, 1870
d. April 8, 1937, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, age 66 years 6 months 4 days
    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3RM-Q2L

Children:
Harry Llewellyn Sedgwick (31322411)11
  b. September 15, 188511
William Roy Sedgwick (31322412)11
  b. March 11, 188711

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Henry Alton "Harry" Sedgwick  [Aaron Henry Sedgwick / Catherine L Bacon]
b. March 16, 1864, Wisconsin2,11
d. January 28, 1930, Everett, Snohomish, Washington12
m. February 14, 1884, Stockbridge, Calumet, Wisconsin, Anna Dora Johnson11

Anna Dora Johnson  [C C Johnson / Mary Unknown]
b. July 25, 1867, Manistee, Manistee, Michigan11

Census Records for Chester Alton:
Children:
George Wilson Sedgwick11
  b. November 7, 1884, Michigan2,11
Chester Alton Sedgwick11
  b. March 30, 1886, Michigan2,11

George and Chester appear in 1900 with Chester's parents Aaron and Catherine Sedgwick.

George is in Washington state in 1920 and 1930.

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Sources:

2. Census records, any of those indicated.

5. Family Data Collection - Individual Records
an Ancestry.com database

9. Tombstone data accessed at FindAGrave.com.

11. The Descendants of John Drake of Windsor Connecticut
an Ancestry.com database
Compiled Frank B Gay, includes manuscript of Harrie Beekman Drake
pub. 1933, Rutland VT, The Tuttle Copmpany

12. Washington, Deaths, 1883-1960
an Ancestry.com database
These Records:
Henry Elton Sedgwick, Male, Birth abt 1866, Death 28 Jan 1930 Age 64
  Death Location: Everett, Snohomish, Washington, Father: Aaron N Sedgwick, Mother: Catherine Bacon

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