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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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Nathaniel Horton Batchelder, Jr., only child of Gwendolen Sedgwick (Mead) Batchelder and Nathaniel Horton Batchelder, was born February 9, 1917, at Hartford, Conn. He attended the Loomis School and graduated at Harvard, B.A., in 1939. At Harvard he captained the fencing team, intercollegiate champions, was vice president of the Phillips Brooks House and a member of the Iroquois and Hasty Pudding clubs. He is a trustee of Fenn School. He married at Fort Dodge, Iowa, Elizabeth Hope Burnquist of Fort Dodge, daughter of Grace Sterns Burnquist and Bert Blaine Burnquist. They resided at Windsor, Conn., where he was teacher of English and public speaking in the Loomis School until he entered the United States Naval Reserve March 1, 1943. At Hollywood, Florida where he trained in the Indoctrination School with the rank of Ensign, was assigned as instructor in that school and subsequently as instructor in the General Line School at Shelton, Va., finishing his training there as the Second World War ended. After two weeks' training in Washington, having been promoted to Lieutenant j.g., he became Educational Services Officer on the U.S.S. Protheus, where he served in 1946.

Dwight Ellery Sedgwick, formerly Allen Sands Metcalf Mead, 2d child of Helen Ellery (Sedgwick) Metcalf Mead (B48,26) and John A. Metcalf, was born March 5, 1886, in New York City and graduated at the Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn., in 1906, and at William College in 1910. He married May 5, 1929, Natalie Peterson, who was born in Boston, Mass., May 5, 1892, and who died July 7, 1936. He is connected with the Sears Roebuck Company at Glendale, California, where he resides with his mother at 1429 Valley View.

Susan Ridley Sedgwick, 4th child of Robert (B48) and Elizabeth Dana (Ellery) Sedgwick, was born January 28, 1828, and died March 17, 1883, at Newport, R.I. She married as his second wife October 1, 1855, Charles E. Butler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler. Charles Butler was born March 22, 1818, and died May 1, 1897, at New York City. He was one of the original partners of Evarts, Southmayd & Choate of New York City, a distinguished law firm which became Evarts, Choate & Beaman. The beautiful St. Paul's Episcopal Church at Stockbridge,

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