William B Sedwick [Benjamin?]  [Benjamin Sedwick / Elvira Kenner]
  b. abt 1843, Platte County, Missouri1,2a
  d. bef 19101
  m. 1876, Annie D Wilkinson1

Annie D Wilkinson  [parents unknown]
b. abt 1860, Fayette County, Texas1,2b
d. aft 19101

Census records:

1850 VA Rappahannock
1860 VA Fauquier
1880 TX McLennan
Widow Annie?:
1910 TX Coryell
Did they have a son Robert?
1910 TX Coleman

William B Sedwick (listed William D) served in the Civil War in Company K, 17th Infantry Regiment Virginia
and Company G, 12th Cavalry Regiment Virginia
Some events of his military period9

1861 Jun 19: Enlisted, Manassas Junction, VA, Co H, 17th VA Infantry, private
1862 Jun 27: Wounded
1862 Dec 08: Transferred to Company G, 12th Cavalry Regiment Virginia
1865 Apr 29: Paroled, Winchester, VA
On June 27 1862, the 17th VA Infantry was attached to Army of Northern Virginia, 1st Corps, Longstreet's Division, Kemper's Brigade, and fought a battle at Frayser's Farm, Virginia June 27, 1862.

Children:

Bettie Sedwick
  b. abt 1878, Texas1
Sallie Sedwick
  b. abt Dec 1879, Texas1

Possible other children:

Robert Sedwick
  b. abt. 1887, Texas1
Katie Sedwick
  b. abt. 1889, Texas1
Willie Sedwick
  b. abt. 1891, Texas1

Sources:

1. Census records, any of those indicated.

2. Records of descendants/researchers of this family
a. Joyce H Tucker, records available online at FamilySearch.org, used with her permission

9. American Civil War Soldiers an Ancestry.com database

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