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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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B43,471,1.
Sylvia Hathaway Watson, 1st child of George Holdrege Watson and Margaret Schouler (Williams) Watson, was born March 9, 1906, at Omaha. She attended Milton Academy, the Child-Walker School of Design and Ecole Vinet, Lausanne, Switzerland. She resides with her parents at 216 Randolph Avenue, Milton, Mass.

B43,471,2.
Margaret Watson, 2d child of George Holdrege Watson and Margaret Schouler (Williams) Watson, was born December 17, 1907, at Hyde Park, Mass. She attended Milton Academy, Ecole Vinet, and the Child-Walker School of Design. She married at Milton July 5, 1930, Edward Walter Bourne of New York City, son of the late Edward Gaylord Bourne of New Haven, Conn., who was Professor of History at Yale University. Edward was born June 17, 1898, at New Haven, Conn. He graduated, A.B., at Yale in 1919, attended the Yale Law School and was admitted to the bar in 1922. He is a member of the New York City law firm of Alexander and Green. They reside at Cambridge, Mass. Children, all born in New York City (Bourne):

1. Margaret Gaylord, b. March 8, 1931, twin. (B43,471,21)

2. Susan Holdrege, b. March 8, 1931, twin. (B43,471,22)

3. Edward Gaylord, b. June 4, 1935. (B43,471,23)

4. Jane Thomson, b. November 26, 1939. (B43,471,24)

B43,471,3.
Robert Stevenson Watson, 3d child of George Holdrege Watson (B43,471) and Margaret Schouler (Williams) Watson, was born March 22, 1909, at Milton, Mass. He graduated, A.B., at Harvard in 1932, attended the Harvard School of Business Administration and was in business at Waterbury, Conn., until he joined the Army Air Force at Miami, Fla., in 1942. He married November 6, 1943, at Tunica, Miss., Marguerite Holbrook of New York City, daughter of the late Walter J. Holbrook and Jessie (Purcell) Holbrook of St. Louis, formerly of Lebanon, Conn. He trained for ground crew work in ten different places in the United States, the longest at Amarillo, Texas. Going overseas in 1944 he was in England until the following August when he went to Belgium and remained until V.E. Day. He was

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