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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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Eleanor Hathaway Hallowell, 4th child of Marian (Ladd) Hallowell (B43,467) and John White Hallowell, was born at Milton, Mass., May 13, 1914, graduated at Milton Academy in 1931 and married June 20, 1934, 1st, Howard Lapsley, son of John Willard Lapsley and Eleanor Lapsley of Bedford, N.Y. He was associated with Incorporated Investors of Boston. He entered the Navy in February 1942, at Boston and trained at Quonset, R.I., in the U.S. Navy Reserve as Lieutenant (j.g.). In a midair collision while flying as an observer during training exercises as Air Combat Intelligence Officer he was killed April 20, 1942, at Quonset. She married, 2d, January 12, 1945, at Washington, D.C., Thomas O'Neil Boucher, a Yale graduate and New York City lawyer, son of John B. and Catherine Boucher of that city. Children, all by her first husband (Lapsley):

1. John Willard, Jr., b. June 22, 1935, at New York City. (B43,467,41)

2. Marian Ladd, b. September 28, 1938, at Milton, Mass. (B43,467,42)

3. Eleanor Hallowell, b. June 30, 1941, at Dover, Mass. (B43,467,43)

Phillips Hallowell, 5th child of Marian H. (Ladd) Hallowell (B43,467) and John White Hallowell, was born November 14, 1917, at Washington, D.C., and graduated, A.B., 1940, at Harvard and at the Harvard Medical School in 1943, completing the shortened military course in 1942. He interned at the Children's Hospital at Boston until November, 1944; entered active service with the United States Army as First Lieutenant in the Medical Corps, and served in various Army camps in this country until February, 1945, when he was assigned to military hospitals in Hawaii, Okinawa, and Japan. In 1946 he was Captain in the Medical Corps, serving in Japan.

Robert Clifford Watson, 7th child of Robert S. Watson (B43,4) and Mary T. (Hathaway) Watson, was born September 10, 1847, at New York City. He prepared for college at Mr. Dixwell's school, Boston, graduated A.B. from Harvard in 1869 and later received the M.A. degree from that university. He rowed on the Harvard crew and after graduation was advisory coach for thirty years.

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