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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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2. Hannah, b. August 27, 1942. (B13,963,82)

3. Andrew James, b. April 20, 1945. (B13,963,83)

B13,963,9.
Leila Holmes Vaill, 9th child of Dudley L. Vaill (B13,963) and Leila S. (Holmes) Vaill, was born July 2, 1918, at Winsted, Conn., graduated, B.A., 1940, at Bennington College and resides at Winsted.

B13,99.
Joseph Herman Vaill, 9th child of Flora (Gold) Vaill (B13,9) and Rev. Herman L. Vaill, was born October 15, 1837, at Torringford, Conn., married June 2, 1869, at Litchfield, Conn., Cornelia Smith, daughter of Lyman J. Smith and Julia Bissell Smith, and enlisted in September 1861, in the 8th Conn. Volunteers and served three years. In 1866 he became business manager of the Winsted Herald and in 1876 succeeded his brother, Theodore F. Vaill, as editor, continuing in this position until 1891. In 1893 he became executive officer in charge of the Connecticut Building and Exhibits at the World's Fair at Chicago and served also as Executive Secretary representing Connecticut at the Atlanta Exposition in 1895 and at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St. Louis in 1904. He was also Assistant Postmaster at Winsted. He died at Philadelphia. Children, born at Litchfield, Conn.:

1. Robinson Lyman, b. August 6, 1870. (B13,991)

2. Theodore Benjamin, b. August 26, 1875. (B13,992)

B13,991.
Robinson Lyman Vaill, 1st child of Joseph Herman Vaill (B13,99) and Cornelia (Smith) Vaill, was born August 6, 1870, at Litchfield, Conn., and died November 16, 1936. He attended the Bordentown Military Institute. His business career was with the S.S. White Dental Manufacturing Company of Philadelphia. He married Gertrude (McClelland) Strong, who predeceased him. They lived and died at Ardmore, Pa.

B13,A.
Stephen Johnson Gold, 10th child of Benjamin Gold (B13) and Eleanor (Johnson) Gold, was born August 3, 1801, and died May 17, 1880. He married, 1st, November 13, 1826, Sarah F. Calhoun, who died before 1876, when he married, 2d, a Mrs. Brown.
    Mr. Gold was an inventor of appliances for heating and lighting, lamps, stoves and steam and hot air heating. His brother Job Swift

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