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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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evidence of being among the outstanding careers of Boston. Mr. Minot married, January 30, 1885, Abby Howe Manning, daughter of William Wayland Manning of Marquette, Mich., born October 4, 1861, at Oakland, Cal., and died May 12, 1942, at Westwood, Mass. Children:

1. Robert Sedgwick, b. May 24, 1886, at Jamaica Plain, officially Boston. (B4A,151)

2. Wayland Manning, b. October 23, 1899, at Cambridge, Mass. (B4A,152)

3. Henry Davis, b. December 15, 1890, at Jamaica Plain. (B4A,153)

4. Ruth, b. February 14, 1892; d. April 28, 1892, at Boston.

B4A,151.
Robert Sedgwick Minot, 1st child of Robert S. Minot (B4A,15) and Abby H. (Manning) Minot, was born May 24, 1886, at Jamaica Plain, officially Boston and attended Williams College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard College a year each, illness preventing completing his college education. It has also prevented his acceptance of the rigors and requirements of any permanent business connection. He married, 1st, at Chicago in September, 1916, Murielle Johnston of Minneapolis, Minnesota. They had no children and were divorced in April, 1924. He married, 2d, in New York City, April 27, 1927, Rose Evelyn O'Hagan of Londonderry, Ireland, born September 24, 1897, at Londonderry, daughter of Philip O'Hagan and Elizabeth (Longwill) O'Hagan. He has been a commercial and real estate salesman and a journalist writing for the Manitoba Free Press, Winnipeg, Monitoba, and several Long Island newspapers. They have resided in New York City; Paris and Nice, France; Bordighera, Italy; St. Augustine and Miami, Florida; Tucson, Arizona and are addressed at P.O. Box 1274, St. Petersburg, Florida. Their permanent address is Minot, Williams & Bangs, 50 Federal Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Children:

1. Patricia Evelyn, b. March 17, 1929, at New York City. (B4A,151,1)

2. Susan Rose, b. April 20, 1925, in Monaco City, principality of Monaco, France. (B4A,151,2)

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