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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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(B33,1) and Ebenezer G. Miner, was born November 25, 1829, at Massena, N.Y., and married August 9, 1847, at Canton, N.Y., Hon. Deforest D. Weed, merchant of Sheldon, Vt., and a member of the Vermont legislature. Children (Weed), all born at Sheldon:

1. Jacob, b. September 26, 1851. (B33,111)

2. Charles, b. January 15, 1856. (B33,112)

3. Mary Deforest, b. April 11, 1866. (B33,113)

4. Fanny Elizabeth, b. July 13, 1868. (B33,114)

B33,12.
Charles Griswold Miner, 2d child of Ebenezer G. Miner and Eliza Gratia (Campbell) Miner (B33,1) was born July 20, 1832, at Massena, N.Y., and married at Washington, St. Lawrence County, N.Y., September 9, 1856, Jane E. Reddington. He was in insurance. No record of children.

B33,13.
Katherine Miner, 3d child of Eliza Gratia (Campbell) Miner, and Ebenezer G. Miner was born September 2, 1834, at Massena, N.Y., and married at Canton, N.Y., November 9, 1854, Frank Banks Smith of New Orleans, who became a Memphis merchant. We have record of two children, both born at Canton (Smith):

1. Ellison Miner, b. June 25, 1856. (B33,131)

2. Bessie, b. June 26, 1858. (B33,132)

B33,3.
George Washington Campbell, 3d child of Elizabeth (Sedgwick) Campbell (B33) and Dr. Daniel Campbell, was born April 8, 1810, at Canton, N.Y., and married in Canada March 7, 1836, Harriet Hover, of Canada. He was a merchant of St. Lawrence County, N.Y., until 1849, when he moved to Point Douglas, Washington County, Minnesota, a few miles below St. Paul on the Mississippi River. He bought of the United States Government a large tract of pine forest at $1.25 per acre, some of which he sold later for $45.00 per acre. At one time he had nearly 2200 acres of these pine lands on which he employed sixty men and ten teams. He was a member of the first Minnesota State legislature in 1857-8. Children:

1. George Robertson, b. May 6, 1837, in Canada; married in June, 1875, Alta Hanks; went to California, remained five years and returned. (B33,31)

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