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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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second husband, Harry Duane Bruce, was born February 25, 1903, at Syracuse, N.Y., and married March 28, 1932, at that city Marie Sirgenfrie. His law office is at 300 First Trust & Deposit Co., Syracuse. Children, both born at Syracuse:

1. Betty Ann, b. January 28, 1935. (B2A,355, 11)

2. Nancy Marie, b. May 10, 1937. (B2A,355,12)

B2A,355,2.
James Gould Bruce, 2d child of Mrs. Lucia M. (Sedgwick) Bruce (B2A,355) and her first husband, Henry M. Lockwood, and adopted by her second husband, Harry Duane Bruce, was born July 29, 1904, at Syracuse, N.Y., and married June 29, 1929, at Webster, N.Y., Elizabeth Frisbie, born October 31, 1906. He was a life insurance official at Millburn, N.J., until he entered the Navy. Children:

1. Lucia Frisbie, b. December 20, 1934, at Millburn, N.J. (B2A,355,21)

B2A,355,3.
Charles Sedgwick Bruce, 3d child of Mrs. Lucia M. (Sedgwick) Bruce (B2A,355) and her first husband, Henry M. Lockwood, and adopted by her second husband, Harry Duane Bruce, was born May 26, 1909, at Syracuse, N.Y., and married February 22, 1932, at Syracuse Miss Janet Saunders. He has been connected with the Buick Company of Flint, Michigan. Children:

1. Lucia, born in August, 1933. (B2A,355,31)

2. Margot Saunders, b. April 8, 1936. (B2A,355,32)

B2A,36.
Anna Baldwin Sedgwick, 6th child of Charles Baldwin Sedgwick (B2A,3) and first by his second wife, Deborah W. (Gannett) Sedgwick, was born May 17, 1848, at Syracuse, N.Y. She attended the Westfield, Mass. Home School of Samuel Fowler and studied afterward in Dresden and Berlin, Germany. She married June 5, 1875, at Syracuse, Joseph Lyman Silsbee of Salem, Mass., an architect who, after graduating from Harvard in 1869 and from a Boston architectural course, traveled in Europe with Sargent, the painter. Mr. and Mrs. Silsbee resided at Syracuse until 1884 when they moved to Chicago. In 1913 Mr. Silsbee died at Edgewater, Chicago, and Mrs. Silsbee returned to Syracuse, where she died suddenly in June, 1921. Children (Silsbee):

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