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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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William Sedgwick, twin of Walter, sons of Captain Theodore (B31) and Abigail (Couch) Sedgwick, was born July 30, 1821, at Lee, Mass. (LVR) and died February 25, 1900, at Hudson, N.Y. He married Mrs. Ann Smith, whose maiden name was Ann Van Volkenburgh, born January 29, 1890, and died May 11, 1893, at Hudson, N.Y., where they resided. Children, born at Hudson:

1. A son who died in infancy.

2. A daughter who died in infancy.

3. Georgiana, b. January 9, 1852; d. December 9, 1930, unmarried.

4. Edward Marcus, b. March 29, 1861. (B31,64)

Edward Marcus Sedgwick, 4th child of William Sedgwick (B31,6) and Ann (VanVolkenburgh) Sedgwick, was born March 29, 1861, at Hudson, N.Y., graduated at the New York College of Pharmacy of Columbia University, was a pharmacist and owned a drug store at Catskill, N.Y. He married July 3, 1889, at Battle Creek, Michigan, Belle Bethany Adams, daughter of Marion (Hathaway) Adams and Andrew Jackson Adams of that city. She died September 8, 1938, in Lyndon Township, N.Y. He resides at Lyndon Road, Fayetteville, N.Y. Children:

1. Clara Adela Ritter, b. June 22, 1890, at Oberlin, Kansas. (B31,641)

2. Sherwald Wyant, b. August 19, 1896, at Catskill, N.Y. (B31,642)

3. Theodore Clement VanVolkenburgh, b. July 19, 1899, at Catskill, N.Y. (B31,643)

Clara Adela Ritter Sedgwick, 1st child of Edward Marcus Sedgwick and Belle Bethany (Adams) Sedgwick, was born June 22, 1890, at Oberlin, Kansas, and married Howard Josiah Stagg, Jr., August 3, 1912, at Catskill, N.Y. He graduated, A.B., at Columbia University in 1909. He is a metallurgist and technical adviser to the Crucible Steel Corporation at Syracuse, N.Y., where they reside at 853 Allen Street. Children, all born at Syracuse (Stagg):

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