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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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1866, at Ashfield, Mass. She was much in France unofficially during the First World War. She was later given the order of Queen Elizabeth of Belgium for raising money for the Belgian rank and file. She belongs to the Colonial Dames of Massachusetts. She has resided many years at 18 Chestnut Street, Boston.

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Rupert Norton, 4th child of Susan Ridley (Sedgwick) Norton (B44,12) and Charles Eliot Norton, was born July 21, 1867, at Ashfield, Mass. He prepared for college at the Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge. From 1888 for more than a year he studied in Germany. On his return he entered the Harvard Medical School. His Harvard degrees were: A.B., 1888; M.D., 1893. He married at Baltimore in June, 1893, Cecelia Hendrikson of that city. He became at short intervals resident house officer at the Boston Children's Hospital, and later held the same post at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. He spent a time practicing medicine in Washington, D.C., and went to Paris as assistant medical director for France of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York City. In 1906 he became assistant superintendent of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He died June 19, 1914, at Baltimore. His widow resides at 1029 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md.

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Margaret Norton, 5th child of Susan Ridley (Sedgwick) Norton (B44,12) and Charles Eliot Norton, was born January 15, 1870, at Florence, Italy, and studied at Radcliffe College in 1891, 1892 and 1893. She belonged to several clubs in Cambridge and to the Boston Women's Club. She adopted two girls, Harriet B. Royce and Helen R. Parker who have married. She lived in Cambridge and died there February 17, 1947.

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Richard Norton, 6th and youngest child of Susan Ridley (Sedgwick) Norton and Charles Eliot Norton, was born February 9, 1872, at Dresden, Germany. He graduated, A.B., at Harvard in 1872, completing the four-year course in three years and spent the next three years abroad studying architecture in Athens and Munich. He married June 16, 1896, at Cambridge, Mass., Edith, oldest daughter of Professor John Williams White of Harvard. In 1897 he was appointed assistant director of the American School of Classical Studies at Rome and was made director in 1899. He held this post until 1907, going to Central

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