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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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the Gilbert and the Marshall Islands, Truk, Hollandia, New Guinea and Palau and was staff instructor at the Naval Air Combat Intelligence School at Quonset Point June 1944 to February 1945. From April to September 1945 he was on the staff of Vice Admiral McCain, Commander of 38th Fast Carrier Task Force and was aboard the USS Shangri-La in campaigns against the Ryukyus and Japan from April to September, 1945. He was discharged at Boston November 29, 1945, with the rank of Lieutenant Commander, USNR. He has been given the Legion of Merit award. He was assistant dean and instructor in English at Harvard College, but became headmaster of Western Reserve Academy at Hudson, Ohio, in 1946. Children:

1. John White, 3d, b. April 1, 1936, at Cambridge, Mass. (B43,467,21)

2. Jane Erin, b. January 18, 1937, at Cambridge, Mass. (B43,467,22)

3. Elizabeth, b. February 22, 1943, at Groton, Mass. (B43,467,23)

B43,467,3.
Roger Haydock Hallowell, 2d child of Marian (Ladd) Hallowell (B43,467) and John White Hallowell, was born December 7, 1910 at Milton, Mass., graduated, A.B., at Harvard in 1933, taught at Brooks School and was with Incorporated Investors, Boston, and was an official with the Reed & Barton firm, silversmiths, Taunton, Mass., to which he has returned, when he entered the Navy January 31, 1942, at Boston and trained as an Ensign of the United States Naval Reserve at Portsmouth, N.H., at Chicago, Ill., and at Melville, R.I. He served at Portsmouth in the Harbor Entrance Control Post and in Australia and New Guinea on the motor Torpedo Boat Squadron Seven and was in the Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron Training Center at Melville, was in the Philippine Islands and at Borneo he commanded Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 7 & 16. He was discharged at Boston, November 15, 1945, with two Silver Stars and the Navy Unit Commendation. He married February 12, 1938, at Boston Frances Lee Weeks of West Newton, Mass., daughter of Sinclair and Beatrice Weeks. Children, both born at Milton, Mass.:

1. Roger Haydock, Jr., b. May 10, 1939. (B43,467,31)

2. Beatrice Weeks, b. July 3, 1941. (B43,467,32)

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