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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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Alice Woodbourne Minot, 4th child of William Minot IV (B4A,132) and first by his second wife, Elizabeth H. (Chapman) Minot, was born February 8, 1924, at Boston, Mass., and attended the Winsor School, Boston, and Bryn Mawr College, graduating, B.A., in 1945. She married September 2, 1944, at Boise, Idaho, Theodore Robert Deppe, son of Doris Townsend Deppe and the late Maurice Deppe of Baraboo, Wis., who graduated, B.S., at the University of Wisconsin in 1946. Both were taking courses at that University in 1947. He joined the U.S. Army Air Corps at Chicago February 25, 1943, trained at Miami Beach, Fla., received his commission at Stewart Field, N.Y., went to Italy and flew 22 combat missions (B-24's), received the Aid medal, was discharged October 5, 1945, as a First Lieutenant and is assistant director of recreation at Beloit, Wis., where they reside at 424 Prospect Street.

Stephen Minot, 5th child of William Minot IV and his second wife, Elizabeth H. (Chapman) Minot, was born May 27, 1927 at Boston, Mass., and graduated from Brooks School at North Andover, Mass., in June of 1945. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps, in this country, from July 1945 to December 1946. He is now a full time volunteer worker in the Student Federalists.

Vredenburgh Minot, 3d child of William Minot III and Elizabeth Vredenburgh (Van Pelt) Minot, was born July 29, 1887, at Wareham, Mass., took the A.B. degree at Harvard in 1909 and married December 11, 1917, at Point Loma, Cal., Hazel Oertl of Lomaland, Cal. He died December 10, 1928, at Point Loma, at the Theosophical Society. No children.

Sedgwick Minot, 4th child of William Minot III and Elizabeth Vredenburgh (Van Pelt) Minot, was born May 23, 1891; Harvard, A.B., 1913; married, 1st, December 17, 1916, at Buffalo, N.Y., Jane Adelaide Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Gould of that city. They lived in New York City and France. He was a poultry farmer and translator of French and Italian literature. They were divorced March 17, 1926, in Paris and he married, 2d, December 5, 1928 at Vence, Maritime Alps, France, Alice Hastings of Canada and they continued to reside in Vence. Children, by first wife:

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