SEDGWICK.ORG presents:
A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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First World War and after receiving his discharge enlisted with the United States Army. He was stationed at Hawaii where he contracted tuberculosis and was for several years in the United States Hospital at Denver, Col.

B21,251,2.
Katherine Marianne Sedgwick, 2d child of Albert Sedgwick, 3d (B21,251) and Fanny (Brown) Sedgwick, was born March 31, 1908, at LaGrange, Illinois. She married Edward A. Glaeser, born in Dublin, Ireland, November 15, 1908. He is a practicing lawyer at Chicago. They reside at 501 Gowanda Lane, Mt. Pleasant, Illinois. Children:

1. Carol Jane, b. May 2, 1935. (B21,251,21)

2. Joanne Edith, b. January 5, 1938. (B21,251,22)

B21,26.
Theodore Sedgwick, 6th child of Albert Sedgwick (B21,2) and Mary (Hunt) Sedgwick, was born December 16, 1832, at Litchfield, Conn. He removed about 1855 to Chicago where he was a clerk. He married Emma Mateson of Chicago and died in that city February 4, 1861. He had two daughters, Kate (B21,261), who married a Mr. Marsh and Emma (B21,262), who married a Mr. Grafty and lived at Indianapolis, Indiana.

B21,28.
Charles F. Sedgwick, 8th child of Albert (B21,2), was born January 22, 1837, at Litchfield, Conn., and lived there until 1854 when his father was appointed Commissioner of the State School Fund and removed to Hartford. Charles worked in the office with his father until January 17, 1855, when he entered the employ of the old Farmers and Mechanics National Bank as a runner. He continued with that bank until it merged with the Hartford National and later with the Aetna, forming the Hartford-Aetna National Bank. Until his death, March 15, 1925, he remained, rounding out a full seventy years as a Hartford banker. On January 18, 1917, when he had been a banker sixty-two years, the bankers gave him a testimonial dinner and celebration. On October 1, 1863, he married Adeline R. Belden of Hartford, who was outstanding in social service work in Hartford a quarter of a century. She was the daughter of Seth and Abigail Sophia Belden of Hartford. Mrs. Sedgwick died August 7, 1919. No children.

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