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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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Powers Emery, born December 25, 1897, at Chicago, daughter of Stanley A. Emery and Carrie (Powers) Emery. He is an investment counselor with his business office at 140 Federal Street, Boston, Mass. They reside at 329 Perkins Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Children:

1. John Popham, Jr., b. January 28, 1925, at Cambridge, Mass. (B2A,121,31)

2. David Emery, b. June 21, 1928, at Boston; member of the Appalachian Mountain Club. (B2A,121,32)

3. Thomas Emery, b. July 21, 1934, at Boston. (B2A,121,33)

B2A,123.
Warnick James Sedgwick, 3d child of James H. Sedgwick (B2A,12) and his second wife, Katharine (Warnick) Sedgwick, was born February 21, 1868, at Paris, France and died July 24, 1905, at New York City. He was an officer of the revenue cutter Galveston when in 1894 he married Edith Tuttle. No children.

B2A,124.
Harry Joseph Sedgwick, 4th child of James H. Sedgwick (B2A,12) and Katharine (Warnick) Sedgwick, was born March 17, 1870, in New York City and died there April 26, 1902. He was a real estate dealer and married in New York City January 9, 1895, Adelaide Beales, born November 14, 1871, in New York City, daughter of James A.G. and Eugenia (Kelley) Beales of New York City. Mrs. Sedgwick resides at the Hotel Barbizon, New York City. Children, both born at Scarsdale, N.Y.:

1. Adelaide Eugenia, b. August 9, 1896. (B2A,124,1)

2. Aileen, b. July 29, 1897. (B2A,124,2)

B2A,124,1.
Adelaide Eugenia Sedgwick, 1st child of Harry J. Sedgwick (B2A,124) and Adelaide (Beales) Sedgwick, was born August , 1896, at Scarsdale, N.Y. She attended the Convent of the Assumption, Paris, France, and Liege, Belgium, and married, 1st, at Mt. Kisco, N.Y., John Munroe of the banking firm of Munroe and Company of Paris and New York City September 25, 1919. He was born April 9, 1892, in New York City and graduated cum laude from Harvard in 1913. He served from 1914 to 1918 in France, first in the American Field Service, later as Lieutenant of the

Photo of B2A,124,1 Adelaide Eugenia Sedgwick
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