He married June 16, 1937, at Syracuse, N.Y., Erma Rosetta
Burch of that city, daughter of Henry Hale Burch and Anna
Metzger Burch. They live at Lindon Road, Fayetteville, N.Y.
Theodore Clement Van Volkenburgh Sedgwick, 3d child of
Edward Marcus Sedgwick (B31,64) and Belle Bethany
(Adams)Sedgwick, was born July 19, 1899, at Catskill, N.Y. He
graduated, A.B., in 1921 at the University of Michigan and,
LL.B., in 1939 at New York University. He married September
30, 1938 in New York City Marjorie May Kerrs of Enid,
Oklahoma, daughter of John Robert Kerrs and Minnie Mathilda
(Gunn) Kerrs, born April 27, 1906, at St. Joseph, Missouri. He
was Resident Counsel of the National Analine Defense
Corporation, a subsidiary of the Allied Chemical and Dye
Corporation, and is assistant to the vice president in the Legal
Department of the Baldwin Locomotive Works at Eddystone, Pa.
They reside at 10 Pickwick Lane, Newtown Square, Pa.
Walter Sedgwick, twin of William, sons of Captain Theodore
Sedgwick (B31) and Abigail (Couch) Sedgwick, was born July
30, 1821, at Lee, Mass., (LVR), and died November 13, 1881.
He lived in Philadelphia. Children:
1. Lillie, died before 1895. (B31,71)
2. William, died before 1895. (B31,72)
George Washington Sedgwick, 8th and youngest child of Captain
Theodore (Sedgwick (B31) and Abigail (Couch) Sedgwick, was
born August 15, 1823, at Lee, Mass., and died May 3, 1899, at
his home at Kansas City, Missouri. He married, 1st, at
Taylorsville, Pa., Margaret Phoebe Bell of Indiana, Indiana
County, Pa., born May 4, 1833, at Taylorsville and died October
8, 1862, at Indiana, Pa. Mr. Sedgwick married, 2d, at
Independence, Mo., February 22, 1869, Nancy Jane
Grossnichol, born February 24, 1842, near Taylorsville, Pa., and
died June 23, 1908, at Kansas City.
Mr. Sedgwick lived at Indiana, Pa., until between 1860 and 1869
when he removed to Kansas City. He was a pioneer sawmill
owner in the Ozarks of Southern Missouri and Northern
Arkansas. About 1881 he established a sawmill on the Cache
River in Lawrence County, Arkansas, and a small town was