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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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(B41) and Thaddeus Pomeroy, was born February 4, 1812. She married August 4, 1835, Chester Averill, professor of chemistry and botany at Union College. He died August 2, 1836. Child (Averill):

1. Chester, Jr., b. May 31, 1836, at Schenectady, N.Y. (B41,91)

B41,91.
Chester Averill, Jr., only child of Julia (Pomeroy) Averill (B41,9) and Chester Averill, was born May 31, 1836, at Schenectady, N.Y., and graduated at Union College, 1857. He married October 3, 1872, Mary Field, daughter of Jonathan Field and Mary Ann Field. He died December 7, 1883. Children:

1. Chester, 3d, b. August 11, 1873. (B41,911)

2. Julia Pomeroy, b. July 2, 1875. (B41,912)

3. Alice Byington, b. February 21, 1878. (B41,913)

4. Arthur, b. February 19, 1883; d. March 20, 1887. (B41,914)

Note: Following is from POMEROY GENEALOGY, page 265. Titus Pomeroy (Ebenezer, Eldad, Caleb, Eltweed) b. October 10, 1757, m. 1778, Kesiah Sedgwick, who died November 19, 1836. They moved from Northampton, Mass., to Rensselaer County, N.Y., in 1781. He served two enlistments during the American Revolution, registering from South Hadley, Mass., as private in Captain Moses Montagne's Company, April 19, 1775, and Captain Benjamin Benney's Company, March 13, 1777. He died at Sand Lake, N.Y., February 17, 1846; buried at Sliter's Corners by the side of his wife. Children:

1. Demaris, b. October 19, 1779; m., 1st, October 1800, Reuben Hunting, b. September, 1778, in Westerlo, N.Y.; she died there in 1870.

2. Kesiah, b. 1781; m. John Hudson.

3. Titus, Jr., b. September 5, 1783.

4. Rev. Jesse, b. August 27, 1785.

5. Silas, b. 1786; lived in Thompkins, Jackson County, Michigan, in 1861.

6. Asenath, b. 1789, m. Luther Otis of Fredonia, N.Y.

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