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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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1828 and was a first cousin of Martin Van Buren, eighth President of the United States, for whom he named his second child. They removed to Albany, N.Y., where he died in 1856. Children (Van Buren):

1. Albertine, b. March, 1843. (B35,51)

2. Martin, b. June 6, 1845. (B35,52)

B35,51.
Albertine Van Buren, 1st child of Julia E. (Fenn) Van Buren (B35,5) and John VanBuren, was born March 8, 1843. She married at Harrisburg, Pa., at the home of her uncle, Theophilus Fenn, March 21, 1866, James Bigelow, M.D., who died in 1875 leaving one child (Bigelow):

1. Julia Eliza, born at Pottsville, Pa.; resided at that city. (B35,511)

B35,6.
Frances Parmelia Fenn, 6th child of Lois (Sedgwick) Fenn (B35) and James Fenn, was born December 3, 1808, and married in 1830 Augustus Bigelow of New Lebanon, N.Y., and they lived in a house built by her great grandfather, Benjamin Sedgwick, over a hundred years before. Children (Bigelow):

1. Theophilus Fenn, b. March 9, 1838. (B35,61)

2. James Augustus, b. September 15, 1840. (B35,62)

B35,61.
Theophilus Fenn Bigelow, 1st child of Frances P. (Fenn) Bigelow (B35,6) and Augustus Bigelow, was born March 9, 1838, and married March 17, 1870, Abigail Crandall of Canaan, Conn. Child:

1. Frances Elizabeth, b. August 6, 1873. (B35,611)

B35,62.
James Augustus Bigelow, 2d child of Frances P. (Fenn) Bigelow (B35,6) and Augustus Bigelow, was born September 15, 1840, and graduated at the Yale Medical School. He was surgeon of the 8th Regiment, Conn. Volunteers. He served through the Civil War at Roanoke Island and at Newbern, Antietam, Fredericksburg and Petersburg. He married January 20, 1867, Mary, daughter of Benjamin and Mary Turnock, born at Stoke-upon-Trent, England. Children:

1. Julia Eliza, b. November 23, 1868. (B35,621)

2. Frances Mary, b. June 2, 1875. (B35,622)

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