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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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B2A,334.
Lyndon Sanford Tracy, 4th child of Ellen A. (Sedgwick) Tracy and Osgood V. Tracy, was born October 28, 1875, at Syracuse, N.Y. He graduated, M.E., at Cornell University in 1898 and married at Baltimore April 30, 1908, Maria Groome Knight, daughter of William Mathew Knight and Maria (Groome) Knight. He died February 6, 1943. He was a mechanical engineer connected with the Solvay Process at Syracuse. She was born in Cecil County, Maryland. Mrs. Tracy lives at 12 Brattle Road, Syracuse. Children, all born at Syracuse:

1. and 2. Twin daughters, b. April 14, 1909, d. in infancy.

3. William Knight, b. July 12, 1910. (B2A,334,3)

4. Lyndon Sanford, Jr., b. January 26, 1912, twin. (B2A,334,4)

5. John Groome, b. January 26, 1912, twin. (B2A,334,5)

6. Maria Groome, b. April 28, 1914. (B2A,334,6)

7. Alan Fobes, b. January 23, 1916; d. February 1, 1922.

B2A,334,3.
William Knight Tracy, 3d child of Lyndon S. Tracy (B2A,334) and Maria G. (Knight) Tracy, was born July 12, 1910, at Syracuse, N.Y., and graduated at Cornell, M.E., in 1932. He married June 21, 1935, at Syracuse, Ione Frances Nicholson. He is an engineer connected with the Solvay Process. They reside at 318 Kendall Terrace, Syracuse, N.Y. Children, both born at Syracuse:

1. Ione Emerson, b. October 27, 1936. (B2A,334,31)

2. William Knight, b. March 16, 1938. (B2A,334,32)

B2A,334,4.
Lyndon Sanford Tracy, Jr., 4th child of L.S. Tracy (B2A,334) and Maria G. (Knight) Tracy, was born January 26, 1912, twin with John Groome Tracy, at Syracuse, N.Y. He attended Deerfield Academy and graduated at the University of North Carolina, B.S., at the Mass. Institute of Technology, M.E., and is a chemical engineer with the Solvay Process Company at Hopewell, Va. He was with the Dupont Company at Wilmington, Del., for several years. He lives at Chester, Virginia.

B2A,334,5.
John Groome Tracy, 5th child of Lyndon Sanford Tracy

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