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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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Conn., and married there June 20, 1895, Charles H. Talcott of Hartford, Conn., a wholesale chemical merchant. He died November 2, 1928. She died August 31, 1939. Children (Talcott):

1. Seth, b. April 13, 1896. (B13,961,1)

2. Dudley Vaill, b. June 9, 1899. (B13,961,2)

3. Charles Hooker, Jr., b. November 15, 1901. (B13,961,3)

4. Alice Dudley, b. April 15, 1905. (B13,961,4)

B13,961,1.
Seth Talcott, 1st child of Mary D. (Vaill) Talcott (B13,961) and Charles H. Talcott, was born April 13, 1896, at Hartford, Conn., and married in Paris, France, June 25, 1925, Elizabeth Hall, born May 11, 1899, daughter of Henry C. and Mary (Bartow) Hall. He is a graduate of Le Ecole des Beaux, Paris, France and is senior member of the firm of Talcott & Talcott, architects, 6 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, Conn. He was in the Army ambulance service in Europe during World War I. In World War II he entered the Navy September 10, 1943, joining the Bureau of Ordnance at Washington, D.C. He remained until discharged December 10, 1946, with the rank of Commander, United States Naval Reserves. Awarded croix de guerre. Children, both born in New York City:

1. Mary Bartow, b. March 2, 1928. (B13,961,11)

2. Sarah Allen, b. September 16, 1931. (B13,961,12)

B13,961,2.
Dudley Vaill Talcott, 2d child of Mary D. (Vaill) Talcott (B13,961,) and Charles H. Talcott, was born June 9, 1899, at Hartford, Conn., and married May 25, 1932, Martha Isaksen, born July 5, 1906, at Tronso, Norway. There were divorced in 1942. He studied art and sculpture at Grande Chaumiere, Paris, and has exhibited sculpture in the Whitney Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art, and at the World's Fair, New York City. During the Second World War he was with the National Coordinating Agency, United States Navy, 44 Wall Street, New York City. He conducted for several years a cruise to Greenland and published a report describing the adventures of the party. He is associated with his brothers in the firm of Talcott & Talcott, architects, West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, Conn.

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