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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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York City, Charles Green McClave, son of Charles R. McClave and Daisy Green McClave. Charles is connected with the flourmilling firm of Great Falls, Montana, where they reside at 1325 First Avenue. Children (McClave):

1. Donald Silsbee, b. May 7, 1941, at Cleveland, Ohio. (B2A,366,31)

2. Michael Allston, b. December 7, 1942, at Great Falls, Montana, (B2A,366,32)

Deborah Gannett Silsbee, 7th child of Anna Baldwin (Sedgwick) Silsbee (B2A,36) and Joseph L. Silsbee, was born November 10, 1890, at the Silsbee residence, Hollywood Avenue, Chicago, and attended Miss Burnham's School at Northampton, Mass. She married June 22, 1920, Stanley Burnside Valentine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Valentine of Bellefonte, Pa., who died December 31, 1928. He was a graduate of Bellefonte Academy and Penn State University and was a mechanical engineer. Episcopalians. Child (Valentine):

1. Richard Silsbee, b. November 25, 1923, at Williamsport, Pa. (B2A,367,1)

Sarah White Sedgwick, 7th child of Charles Baldwin Sedgwick (B2A,3) and second by his second wife, Deborah W. (Gannett) Sedgwick, was born in 1853 and married May 16, 1878, at Syracuse, N.Y., John Lord King, Jr., son of J.L. King and Caroline M. (Harding) King of Springfield, Mass. His mother was daughter of Chester Harding, nationally prominent artist.

John L. King, Jr. prepared for college at Exeter and graduated, A.B., at Harvard in 1871. He studied a year in Cassel, Prussia, was at the Harvard Law School in 1875 and began practice of the law at Syracuse. He was president of the Split Rock Cable Company, secretary of the Tully Pipe Line Company, vice president of the New York Brick and Paving Company and counsel for the Solvay Process Company. He died at Syracuse June 18, 1905. Mrs. King died at Syracuse in 1882. Children, both born at Syracuse (King):

1. Caroline, b. March 11, 1879. (B2A,371)

2. Chester Harding, b. August 31, 1880. (B2A,372)

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