Joshua Sedwick b 13 March 1744 England died at Frederick County Maryland April 1792
married Joshan Manning Feb 10 1744 by Rev. Francis Lawber b 21 Dec 1756 d 26 Dec 1830
She was the daughter of Thomas Manning and Mary Ann Cook.
They were joined in marriage by the Rev. George Cook,
on July 18 1755 by the father of the Bride.
Joshua and Joshan Sedwick were residents of Calvert County Maryland and in 1791 moved to Frederick County Maryland where Joshua died in 1792
see: DAR national # 252575 # 376568 #559787 for service record.
Joshua Sedwick was a Private in the First Pennsylvania Regiment, Continental Line and as Private for the Second Pennsylvania Regiment, Conteinental Line, Pennyslvania Archives. Fifth Series, Volume 11 Pp 737.888

(Part of the above history was witten by Thomas Stewart Sedgwick, bible recorded in 1877 it also contains the Manning families and the Stewart families. )
Old letters in possession of Ruth Sedgwick DeBevoise. May 2000
1 Thomas Sedwick
2 Benjamin Sedwick
3 George C Sedwick (Sedgwick)b Calvert Co Maryland Nov 3 1785
married #1 to Sarah Elizabeth Hall Westmoreland County Virginia 1806 daughter of Commodore Robert Hall of Revolutionary Navy. Maste Commdant of Virginia's Navy issue of first marriage was Robert Hall Sedgwick, Elizabeth, Adoniram Judson, Frances Virginia,
marriage # 2 Eliza Dare June 20 1826 by Rev. William Sedwick Muskingum County marriage records 1818-1835 page 51 published by Muskingum Co Genealogical Society. issue: William, Howard Malcom, Joseph.
4 Joshan Sedwick
5 William Sedwick

George C Sedwick was born in Clavert County Maryland Nov 3 1785. He was a Baptist minister and in 1820 Left Winchester Virginia, where he was located for a trip through the west, He stopped at Zanesville,Ohio and finding a layman of the Baptist Faith, held a service and delivered a sermon. He was much impressed by the advantages offered in this prosperous village and after a sojourn through Kentucky and Indiana, returned and established the First Baptist Chruch of Zanesville, Services were held for a time in the old Courthouse and in private homes but in 1823 a one-story brick church was erected on 6th street near South Street. The Ohio Baptist State Convention was organized in this church in 1826 and the two succeeding sessions were held there. Bro. Sedgwick also edited and published a small Baptist newspaper and for a time conducted a seminary for young women. On June 29, 1826 he was united in marriage to Miss Eliza H Dare. In the Putnam area of Zanesville Ohio. the ceremony being preformed by his brother the Rev William Sedgwick. and to this union 7 children were born.

Bro. George C Sedwick was initiated and entered Apprentice in Amity Lodge No. 5 Aug 6 1824, passed to the degree of Fellow Craft Aug 18 ,1824 and raised to the degree of a Master Mason Aug 25, 1824 He affiliated with LaFayette Lodge July 9 , 2825 and served as worshipful Master in 1827, without having previously served as a Warden.
Bro George Sedgwick was appointed Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge in 1828 He was the 11th member of the Lodge
He died Aug 25, 1864 in the old Dare homestead on 2nd Streed and laid to rest in the Greenwood Cemetey in Zanesville, Ohio
The second election of LaFayette Lodge No 79 F & AM of Zanesville Ohio was held on December 15, 1826, resulted in Bor. George Cook Sedgwick being elected Worshipful Master (taken from the HISTORY OF THE LODGE NO 79 F& AM OF ZANESVILLE, OHIO AT IT'S 100TH ANNIVERSARY.}

The end of a long and busy Life
the late DR. Sedgwick Jan 19, 1883 Zanesville, Ohio Curior:

The late Dr. Robert H. Sedgwick, whose death was announced in yesterday's Zanesville Courier, was bor in Westmoreland County, Virginia May 2 1808 and while yeat a young man came to Zanesville with his father, the late Rev. George C. Sedgwick, Having recieved a liberal education and possessing remarkable native ability as and educator he accepted a position as a tutor in and Academy conducted by the Elder Mr. Sedgwick, and remained in that position several years. His opportunities for self culture were not allowed to go unimproved, and the young teacher became high in athority in the field of Literature.
Remaining his place in the Academy, young Sedgwick returned to Virginia to enter the misistry, and was called to Pastorate the First Baptist Church in Richmond Virginia, Natrually an orator, a close student and a fearless advocate of what he esteemed the right, the Rev Sedgwick took high rank in his demonination, but in the height of his popularity he was attacked with a disease of the throat, and his physician insisted that he must cease public speaking, The young clergyman reluctantly resigned his pastorate, and concluding to adopt another profession, chose that of Dentistry as offering the best field, and soon mastered the intricacies of the art.
He removed to Cambridge, Ohio in 1849, but that locality not offering expected inducements, he took up his residence in Zanesville, Ohio in the spring following. He built up a large business here and was regarded as one of the foremost in the profession in this section of the State. For many years he continued to occupy an office but failing health compelled him to retire, and for some years past he has lived a retired life.
Dr. Sedgwick was twice married, first to Miss Ellen Stewart of Cambridge, and after her death to Miss Livian Cox. May 4 1853 by Rev. L G Lenoard at Zanesville Ohio , she was the daughter of the late Ezekiel T. Cox, who survives him.
Four children were born of the first union, Thomas S, now in the department of the Interior at Washington, D.C. , Wiliam H. Postmaster at Granville Ohio, Elizabeth A Jones now residing in Illinois, and Carrie S Murdock, living in California.
His second marriage was blessed with two children, Mrs. George H C Taylor of this city, and the late Miss Bertie Sedgwick.
Dr Sedgwick will be remembered as a man of intellectual power, atrepid, easy and fluent speaker, who exercised great control over his audiences.
The funeral will take place from the Market Street Baptist Church tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock
( Obituary from the ZanesvilleRobert Hall Sedgwick was married to Ellen Jane Stewart near Cambridge, Gurnsey County Ohio April 19 1827 by the Rev William Sedgwick ( his uncle) Ellen Jane Stewart was the daughter of Thomas Stewart and Margaret Hadden,
Ellen Jane Stewart was born Sept 15, 1809 in Bedford Co Pa. she died July 20 1840 at Rock Hill, Belmont Co Ohio
Issue of Robert Hall Sedgwick and Ellen Jane Stewart.
1 Thomas Stewart Sedgwick, was born Zanesville Ohio August 13 1828
2 George C Sedgwick was born Gurnsey Co Ohio Oct 1831
3 William Hadden Sedgwick was born Senecaville Gurnsey co Aug 6 1833
4 Elizabeth Ann Sedgwick was born at Rock Hill ,Belmont Co Ohio Feb 7 1836
5 Margaret Louise Carline Sedgwick was born at Rock Hill , Belmont Co O, Feb 25, 1838
6 Robert Adoniran Sedgwick was born at Rock Hill, Belmont Co Oh July 5, 1840

William H. Sedgwick b Aug 6 1833 Senecaville Gurnsey County Ohio
married Sarah Electa Granger 27 September 1855 she was born 5 Aug 1834 Chicago Illinios and died 3 Sept 1908 Granville Ohio.

Obituary Newark Semi-Weekly American 24 Oct 1895
Dr. W H Sedgwick
of Granville died very suddenly at his home of Brights Disease
Dr W H Sedgwick, of Granville well and popularly known all over Licking County and adjoining counties, died at his home in Granville thursday night about eleven o'clock of Bright's Disease. He attended the dedication of the Masonic Home at Springfield on Wednsday and while in the lodge room at the place was taken suddenly ill. He was brought to his home in Granville and gradually sank until death claimed him as its own. He was aged about Seventy years and leaves a wife and two daughters and a son to mourn his demise. He has been in business in Granville for many years and was greatly respected by all. He has been prominent in Masonic circles and was at the time of his death, grand district lectruer for this Masonic district.
The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon at 2 o;clock under the auspices of Center Star Lodge F and A M of Granville, of which he was a member.

Dr. William Henry Sedgwick born 1864 Granville Ohio Licking County died Newark Ohio Licking county married Bessie Bain Baldwin 25 June 1890, he died 21 Dec 1932 Licking County Ohio Bessie Bain was born Aug 10 1867 Columbus Indiana and died Newark Licking County Ohio Nov 10 1928

Obituary from the Granville Newspaper.:
Dr William H Sedgwick, practing dentist for the past 43 years died suddenly Wednesday night at 7:50 o'clock in his home, 292 Hudson Avenue, the result of a heart condition. Dr Sedgwick had been ailing the past six weeks and had not been able to be in his office. However he was up and around his home and the heart condition did not become serious until Sunday. He suffered an attack early last night after his evening meal and died in a few minutes, He would have observed his 63rd birthday anniversary on Christmas day, and was a native of Granville, the son of the late Dr W H Sedgwick and Sarah Granger Sedgwick
During the World War Dr. Sedgwick served in this county as head of the Dental Relief Association, in the prepration of men for the army. He was the present chairman of the civil service commission. He was also a member of the Second Presbyterian Church
Dr Sedgwick's wife proceeded him in death in November 1923 and he is survived by his son the Dr. W Stewart Sedgwick, three grandchildren and two sisters Mrs. Leanora S Watson and Mrs. Henry M Moffitt of Chicago Illinois. Funeral services under the auspices of the Center Star Lodge of Granville will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home with the Rev Harold F Wonder officating. A Knights Templar escort will accompany the body to Granville where burial will be made in Maple Grove Cemetery. The family requested that no flowers be sent J D Evans , undertaker.
(Obituray form the Granville paper Dec 21 1932)

Mrs, Bessie B Sedgwick, Obituary Newark Advocate American.

Mrs. Bessie B Sedgwick 61, wife of Dr. WIlliam H Sedgwick, died this morning at 1:40 o;clock in the home at 292 Hudson Avenue, of Complications resulting from injuries suffered a week ago Monday when she was struck by an automobile.
The accident happened early in the evening as Mrs. Sedgwick crossed the street in from of her home. She suffered a broken ankle and bad scalp wound, severe bruises and a pelvic injury, Physicians held hopes for her recovery until last Sunday when Pneumonia developed. Her condition had been critical for several days.
Mrs. Sedgwick was born in Columbus Indiana October 8 1867 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs William Bane, but she had lived most of her life in this city. He father died when she was a child and later her mother was married to the late Dr. W M Baldwin of this City.
The deceased was married to Dr. William H Sedgwick June 25, 1899 and they were the parents of a Daughter Katherine Sedgwick Thomson, who died nine years ago, and a son Dr. W. Stewart Sedgwick who survives.
Besides her husband and her son Mrs. Sedgwick leaves three grandchildren and one sister Mrs. W G Corns of this city.
Mrs. Sedgwick was a member of the Second Presbyterian Church.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home Rev. Harold F Wonder pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church will conduct the services and burial will be made in Maple Grove Cemetery, Granville, Ohio.

Obituary of Dr William Stewart Sedgwick. :

Dr.William Stewart Sedgwick B April 1891 Granville Licking County Ohio died Newark Ohio 11 May 1969 Licking County Ohio married Edna Waterman 25 Oct 1920 Kentucky, she was born July 10 1892 Columbus Ohio and died Newark Ohio Licking County 26 Sept 1972

Obituary Newark Advocate May 1969
Dr. W Stewart Sedgwick
Newark Dentist Dr. W. Stewart Sedgwick, 363 Hudson Avenue died this morning in Licking County Hospital.
Dr. Sedgwick, 78, suffering from a breathing problem, was put in the intensive care unit and died about an hour later.
Funeral services will be at 2 pm Saturday in the Second Presbyterian Church. The Rev charles Daugherty will officate. Cremation will follow.
He was born April 11, 1891 in Newark to William and Bessie Bane Sedgwick
A graduate of Denison University and Ohio Dental College, Cincinnati, he had been a practicing dentist since 1919. His office was located at 225 Hudson Avenue.
A veteran of World War 1 serving in the 324th Infantry in the Army , he was a member of the Second Presbyterian church, Masonic Lodge F and AM, Concil and Chapter of the Masons and the 33rd degree of the Masons.
He was also a member of the Elks Lodge , the American Leigon 40,and 8,, the Modern Woodmen and the Granville Rotary.
Surviving are his wife, Edna W. Waterman Sedgwick, of the home, a daughter, Mrs. Ruth DeBevoise of Newark, a son Stewart Sedgwick Jr. of Newport News, Virginia, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, One son and a sister are dead.

Obituary Newark, Advocate 26 Sept 1972
Mrs Edna W. Sedgwick, 81 formerly of 363 Hudson Avenue, died Tuesday morning in the hospital where she had veen a patient one month.
Born Edna W. Waterman, July 28, 1891 in Hilliard, Ohio , She was a member of American Legion Auxillary, Elks Auxiliary, Grant Hospital Nurse's ALumni Association of Columbus, DAR, Monday Talks, and Second Presbyterian Church, She was a World War 1 Army nurse.
Her husband Dr. Stewart Sedgwick died May 7 1969
Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Ruth DeBevoise of Newark, a son William S of Newport News, Virginia, seven grandchildren an four G-grandchildren.
Services will be 1 pm Friday in Second Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Charles J. Dougherty officating, Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
There will be no calling hours, Ross Henderson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

1860 Census Granville Village Licking County Ohio page 53/54
Granger Ralph, w m 70 b Ma
Sedgwick Wm w m 27 b Oh
Sedgwick Sarah w f 26 b oh
Sedgwick Linor H w f 4 b oh

1870 Census Village of Granville Licking county Ohio page 105
William H Sedgwick 37 wm Dentist b Oh
Sarah E Sedgwick 36 w f b OH
Nora Sedgwick 14 w f b Oh
Willie Sedgwick 5 w m b Oh

1880 Census Village of Granville Licking County Ohio page
William H Sedgwick 46 w m b Oh
Sarah E Sedgwick 43 w f b Oh wife
Laura L Sedgwick 22 w f b Oh Dau
William H Sedgwick 16 w m b Oh Son
Mary A Sedgwick 8 w f b Oh Dau

List of Licensed Ministers in Ohio 1818-1835
published by Muskingum County Genealogical Societyl
Rev William Sedwick Gurnsey County Ohio 1824
Rev. George C Sedwick Muskingum County Ohio no date

Muskingum county History and Biographical Memoirs ( 1892)
page 172 Rev George C Sedwick taught a Seminary for young ladies.

page 212
William and George Sedgwick setled in Muskingum County from Virginia about 1824. The former was settled over a country congregation of the Baptist demonation, George was a Baptist minister of Zanesville and the publisher of a small newspaper conducted in the Baptist interest.

Page 280- 281-282
Rev George C Sedwick
Rev William Sedwick

Members of the Salt Creek Baptist Church Muskingum County Ohio
1828 Nov 1 William Sedwick dismissed Oct 4 1837
Ann B Sedwick Nov 1 1828 dismissed Oct 4 1837

H.M Sedwick baptised Mar 14 ?
dismissed Apr 3 1858

Greenwood Cemetery Zanesville Ohio
Eliza (wife of Robert Sedwick
b 1805 Mar 12
died May 1851
WC section 11 row 2

Zanesville Gazette Newspaper
Nov 25 1835
Marriage by rev. G C Sedwick
Jan 13 1836 Caroline daughter of Rev W Sedwick married Mr Asa Dunn

Licking County Granville History
The Story of an Ohio Village by William T Utter
Page 282 Dr. W. H. Sedgwick

Licking County Probate records 1932
W. H. Sedwick
1895 Oct 24 married age 62 3 mo 18 days Granville Born Zanesville Ohio Dentist
William Stewart Sedgwick case # 2995 Vol 6 pg 183 Stewart Sedgwick Jr.

William S Sedgwick case # 11319 Exec Vol 21, pg 145
admin of William Sedwick pg 21 pg 145

1850 Census Muskingum Zanesville Twp page 190
Robert H Sedwick 40 w m Surgeon Dentist b Virginia
Stewart Sedwick 20 w m Teacher b Oh
William H Sedwick 17 w m student
Elizabeth A 15 w f b Oh
Lucinda 13 w f b Oh
Harriet Wilson 35 w f b MO
Jane Hadden 50 w f b MO

1850 Census Muskingum County Ohio
Page 832 district 114 Wayne Township

George C Sedwick 64 w m b Maryland N B S Clergyman
Eliza Sedwick 45 w f b Maryland
William S 14 w m b Ohio
Joseph 11 w m b Kentucky
Malcom 7 w m b Kentucky

1830 Census Butler Ohio Ross Township page 152
George Sedgwick 5-10 1 10- 15 1 40-5- 1 females 5-10 1 50-60 1

1820 Census Butler Ohio Ross Township page 63
George Sedgewick
1830 Census Butler Ohio Ross Twp page 152
George Sedgewick

1840 Census cleveland Ohio Cyohoga County page 240
Theadore Sedgewick

1850 Athens Ohio Bern Township page 111
William Sedgewick

Prepared by Nola Miles Rogers, Licking County (Ohio) Genealogical Society, 5/7/2000
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