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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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B21,29.
Elizabeth B. Sedgwick, 9th child of Albert (B21,2), was born November 25, 1839, at Litchfield, Conn. and died November 18, 1926. She removed to Hartford in 1855. She married, 1st, October 12, 1860, Henry E. Robbins of Hartford, who was killed by a train, leaving two small children. She married, 2d, J. Stanley Scott, by whom she also had two children. Mr. Scott died May 21, 1930, leaving an estate of nearly a quarter of a million dollars. Children by first husband (Robbins):

1. Charles Sedgwick, who married Georgia S. Green. He died November 3, 1928, leaving no children. (B21,291)

2. Mary Sedgwick, who married William F. Forby of New York City. No children. Both died young. (B21,292)

By second husband (Scott):

3. Robbins Sedgwick, who died at the age of 14. (B21,293)

4. J. Stanley, Jr., who died young. (B21,294)

B21,3.
Mary Ann Sedgwick, 3d child of John A. (B21) and Nancy (Buel) Sedgwick, was born October 18, 1806, at Cornwall Hollow, Conn., and died April 3, 1859, at Buffalo, N.Y. She married December 11, 1828, Milton Noyes of Rochester, N.Y., born May 28, 1797, at Sharon, Conn., and died March 2, 1844, at Wales, N.Y. Milton Noyes was son of Eliakim Seldon Noyes, son of Moses and Mary (Goodwin) Noyes. (See GOODWIN GENEALOGY p.162). They lived at Rochester. After her husband's death in 1844 his widow removed to Brocton, N.Y., and then to LeRoy, N.Y., to educate her children. In 1857 her daughter, Mary B. Noyes, died suddenly. In 1858 she removed to Buffalo where her son was a practising attorney. She died suddenly April 3, 1859. Children (Noyes):

1. George B., b. January 9, 1830, at Rochester, N.Y.; d. April 25, 1862, at Buffalo, N.Y. (B21,31)

2. John S., b. April 30, 1831, at Manchester, N.Y.; m. May 22, 1861, Minerva H. Abbott. (B21,32) Child: Mary. (B21,321)

3. Charles B., b. February 26, 1833, at Manchester, N.Y.; m. September 28, 1867, Ella Fish. He died April 1, 1890, at San Francisco. (B21,33)

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