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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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August 18, 1910, in Worcester, Mass., Helen Katharine Barton, daughter of Charles Sumner Barton and Elizabeth Holbrook Barton of that city. They reside at Sherborn, Mass. He has been Professor of Child Surgery, Harvard Medical School; chief surgeon, Children's Hospital, Boston; member of the American College of Surgeons, American Medical Association and Massachusetts Medical Society, fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Boston Surgical Society, of which he was president, 1940-3; member of the Oral and Plastic Surgeons of America, member of the Board of Plastic Surgery of America, honorary member of the Chicago Surgical Society, member of the New England Pediatric Society and of the New England Surgical Society. Children:

1. William, b. June 2, 1911. (B43,466,1)

2. Nancy, b. February 1, 1914. (B43,466,2)

3. Katharine, b. February 28, 1921. (B43,466,3)

B43,466,1.
William Ladd, 1st child of William Edwards Ladd (B43,466) and Helen Katharine (Barton) Ladd, was born June 2, 1911, at Boston, graduated from Harvard, B.A., in 1934 and married January 3, 1942, Elizabeth Ross of Sharon, Mass., daughter of Everett S. Ross and Mary Boyden Ross. He was connected with the Dalton & Church insurance firm in Boston before he entered the Army in 1941. He served five years, largely with the 104th Infantry with the final rank of First Lieutenant. He is now with the E. Norris Brown woodworking firm of North Easton, Mass., where he resides at 247 Elm Street. Children, both born at Boston:

1. Elizabeth, b. September 5, 1944. (B43,466,11)

2. William Edwards, 2d, b. May 22, 1946. (B43,466,12)

B43,466,2.
Nancy Ladd, 2d child of William Edwards Ladd (B43,466) and Helen Katharine (Barton) Ladd, was born February 1, 1914, at Boston, married June 9, 1933, at Boston Alvah Crocker, 3d, of Fitchburg, Mass., son of the late Alvah Crocker, Jr., and Harriet Greeley Crocker. He entered the Navy July 10, 1941, as Ensign and spent a year in Boston at the Navy yard. He was transferred to the Air Corps, trained at Corpus Christi, was made Lieutenant and went to Guantanamo, Cuba, for 17 months, was at the American Airlines School at Fort Worth, Texas, spent a year

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