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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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She married, 1st, August 3, 1923, Benson Noice, born August 9, 1899, at Ridgewood, N.J., son of Edward H. Noice and Louise (Benson) Noice, a bond salesman. They were divorced in September, 1935, and she married, 2d, at Cornwall, Conn., Harold Hodge Barrow, son of Thomas H. Barrow and Pearl (Drury) Barrow of Brockhaven, Miss. He is connected with the Eastern Company of Cambridge, Mass. They live at 2 Walnut Street, Boston, Mass. Their permanent residence is Cornwall, Conn. Children, all by her first husband (Noice):

1. Benson, Jr., b. June 19, 1925, at Paterson, N.J. (B29,131,31)

2. James Cooke, b. October 19, 1926, at Paterson, N.J. (B29,131,32)

3. Harriett Sedgwick, b. April 24, 1929, at Ridgewood, N.J. (B29,131,33)

Benson Noice, Jr., 1st child of Catharine R. (Cooke) Noice (B29,131,3) and Benson Noice, was born June 19, 1925, at Paterson N.J., entered the Merchant Marine in August, 1944, at Kansas City, Mo., trained a year and a half at Sheepshead Bay, N.Y., and entered the Army as a Private in February 1946 at Boston. Upon entering military service he was a student at Colby College. He took part of the radio school course at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, but was shipped to Korea.

James Cooke Noice, 2d child of Catharine R. (Cooke) Noice and Benson Noice, was born October 19, 1926, at Paterson, N.J., and was a student at Colby College when he entered the Navy in March, 1945, at Boston, Mass., training at Memphis, Tenn., and Norman, Okla., at the Aviation Machinist Mate School and Great Lakes, Ill. He was discharged at Boston, Mass., August 26, 1946, with the rank of Seaman First Class. He returned to Colby College.

Sarah Adam Sedgwick, 2d child of John Benjamin Sedgwick (B29,13) and Catharine Amanda (Rogers) Sedgwick, was born December 24, 1867, at Cornwall, Conn., about two months after her father's untimely death. Her youth was spend with her mother and stepfather in Sauquoit, N.Y., and Paterson, N.J. She married

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