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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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Mass.; m. June 19, 1947, in New York City. He graduated at St. Mark's School and in 1947 at Harvard University. (B47,441,1)

2. Christina Sedgwick, b. September 14, 1927, at Boston, Mass. (B47,441,2)

B47,442.
William Ellery Sedgwick, 2d child of Alexander Sedgwick and Lydia Cameron (Rogers) Sedgwick, was born May 18, 1899, at Buffalo, N.Y., graduated from Harvard, A.B., in 1926 and, Ph.D., in 1933. He was on the Harvard faculty in English and American Literature for five years before he joined the Bennington College faculty, teaching the same subjects. He married at Boston June 17, 1929, Sarah Sullivan Cabot, daughter of Charles Mills Cabot and Elizabeth (Perkins) Cabot. He died of a heart attack in a Philadelphia hospital February 15, 1942.

Mr. Sedgwick was a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church and was a junior warden of St. Paul's Church at Stockbridge. He belonged to the Harvard Club of New York City and to the Tavern Club of Boston. He became the owner of the historic Sedgwick mansion at Stockbridge, built by Judge Theodore Sedgwick I, and made his home there part of every year. He was President of the Stockbridge Library Association. Mrs. Sedgwick, with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Christina (Sedgwick) Marquand, was historian of Stockbridge for the 200th anniversary in 1940 of the founding of that town, where she resides in Sedgwick House. Children:

1. Alexander, b. June 8, 1930, at Boston. (B47,442,1)

2. Sarah Sullivan, b. January 4, 1936, at Boston. (B47, 442,2)

B47,443.
Alexander Cameron Sedgwick, 3d child of Alexander Sedgwick (B47,44) and Lydia Cameron (Rogers) Sedgwick, was born February 8, 1901, at Stockbridge, Mass., graduated, B.A., at Harvard University in 1924, and has been on the staff of the New York World, the Associated Press, the New York Times and his articles in that eminent newspaper since 1937, largely from Greece, have featured its foreign news. Before going to Greece he was on the staff of that newspaper in London.

He married at Athens, Greece, May 17, 1935, Roxane George Sotiriadi, born June 16, 1903, at Athens, daughter of Professor

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