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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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B2A,333,1.
Osgood Vose Tracy, 1st child of James G. and Florinda B. (Seay) Tracy, was born October 27, 1902, at Syracuse, N.Y., graduated from Culver Military Academy in 1920 and from the United States Naval Academy in 1924. He served in the Navy as Ensign three years resigning to take his present position as director of research for the Standard Oil Development Company. He married at South Orange, N.J., October 2, 1926, Pauline Virginia Crawford, born March 15, 1905, daughter of Charles A. Crawford and Mary Burns (Mitchell) Crawford of Mansfield, Ohio. Unitarians. His business office is 26 Broadway, New York City, and his home address 25 Knollroad, Short Hills, N.J. Children, the first and second born at Baton Rouge, La., the third at Summit, N.J.:

1. Sarah Osgood, b. Mary 31, 1931. (B2A,333,11)

2. Mary Mitchell, b. October 25, 1937. (B2A,333,12)

3. Susan Crawford, b. September 15, 1940, at Summit, N.J. (B2A,333,13)

B2A,333,2.
John Bayard Tracy, 2d child of James G. and Florinda B. (Seay) Tracy, was born December 10, 1904, at Syracuse and married June 23, 1930, Loretta Detler of that City, where they live at 622 Dewitt Street. Children, all born at Syracuse:

1. Anna Livingston, b. October 31, 1933. (B2A,333,21)

2. James Grant, 2d, b. December 19, 1934. (B2A,333,22)

3. John Bayard, Jr., b. September 10, 1936. (B2A,333,23)

B2A,333,3.
Ellen Sedgwick Tracy, 3d child of James G. Tracy (B2A,333) and Florinda B. (Seay) Tracy, was born June 9, 1908, at Syracuse, N.Y., graduated from the Emma Willard School and attended Syracuse University three years. She was a social worker in Baltimore with the Federal Transit Bureau and with the Salvation Army and in Rochester, N.Y., was a case worker with the Department of Public Welfare. She is a member of the Syracuse Junior League. She married June 24, 1933, at Syracuse Dr. Henry van Zile Hyde, son of Rev. Henry Neal Hyde, an Episcopal clergyman, and Madelaine van Zile Hyde. He took the A.B. degree at Yale University in 1929 and the M.D. in 1933 at Johns

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