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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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(B2A,334) and Maria Groome (Knight) Tracy, was born January 26, 1912, twin with Lyndon Sanford Tracy, Jr., at Syracuse, N.Y., and graduated, M.E., at Cornell University in 1936. He is an engineer at the Corning Glass Company at Wellsboro, Pa., where he resides on Main Street.

B2A,334,6.
Maria Groome Tracy, 6th child of Lyndon Sanford Tracy (B2A,334) and Maria Groome (Knight) Tracy, was born April 28, 1914, at Syracuse, N.Y. She attended Hollins College and resides at 12 Brattle Road, Syracuse, with her parents.

B2A,335.
Frank Sedgwick Tracy, 5th child of Ellen Amelia (Sedgwick) Tracy (B2A,33) and Osgood Vose Tracy, was born March 24, 1879, at Syracuse, N.Y. He graduated, B.S., at Cornell University in 1900 and married, 1st, October 3, 1904, Edith Upson of Syracuse where they resided at 105 Sedgwick Drive. She died at Syracuse in 1919 and he married, 2d, September 30, 1920, Harriet Bowen, daughter of Ralph Bowen and Mary Wilkinson Bowen. He was a wholesale tea and coffee dealer. He died October 27, 1940, at Syracuse. She lives at Dunstin Avenue, Syracuse. Child, by second wife:

1. Mary Ellen, b. May 10, 1922, at Syracuse, N.Y.; resides in New York City. (B2A,335,1)

B2A,35.
Charles Hamilton Sedgwick, 5th child of Charles Baldwin Sedgwick (B2A,3) and Ellen C. (Smith) Sedgwick, was born May 26, 1846, at Syracuse, N.Y., and died August 18, 1924, at Syracuse. He married, 1st, March 17, 1870, at that city, Marcia Antoinette Fenton, born March 17, 1846, at Syracuse, daughter of Elijah Pearl Fenton and Lucia Marcia (Cobb) Fenton. She died May 13, 1892, at Cleveland, Ohio. He married, 2d, September 22, 1900, at Syracuse, Caroline Ferguson of Lysander, Onondaga County, N.Y. She lives at Syracuse, N.Y.

Mr. Sedgwick attended the Newport Military Academy in 1862-3, was appointed captain's clerk on the flagship Blackhawk under Admiral D.D. Carter, and left the Navy in 1864 to attend Hamilton College where he graduated in 1868. After his marriage he went to Nebraska where he was the first county judge of Douglas County in 1875-6-7. He became the librarian of the court of appeals library at Syracuse in 1884-5-6 and assistant district attorney of Onondaga County in 1894-5. In 1901 he moved to Detroit

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