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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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physician at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, where they reside at 263 Beacon Street, Boston, winters, and summers at Cataumet, Mass. Children, all born at Boston:

1. Dorothy, b. February 8, 1918. (B4A,331,1)

2. Francis Minot, Jr., b. August 24, 1919. (B4A,331,2)

3. Elizabeth S., b. June 29, 1921. (B4A,331,3)

4. William Mandell, b. December 28, 1925. (B4A,331,4)

B4A,331,1.
Dorothy Rackemann, 1st child of Francis Minot Rackemann (B4A,331) and Dorothy Mandell Rackemann, was born February 8, 1918, at Boston and graduated from the Winsor School in 1936. She was president of the Junior League of Boston from 1941-1944 and a director and vice president of the Association of Junior Leagues of America, Inc. She is president of the Vincent Club of Boston.

B4A,331,2.
Francis Minot Rackemann, Jr., 2d child of F.M. Rackemann (B4A,331) and Dorothy Mandell Rackemann, was born August 24, 1919, at Boston, attended the Brooks School at North Andover, Mass., and Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., entered the Navy in 1941 and served in the quartermaster's department along the Atlantic Coast and on a destroyer in the Sicilian invasion and in opening up the Italian Coast. He was invalided home two days before V Day and given a medical discharge. He is connected with Time magazine in New York City

B4A,331,3.
Elizabeth Rackemann, 3d child of Francis Minot Rackemann (B4A,331) and Dorothy Mandell Rackemann, was born June 29, 1921, at Boston, graduated at the Winsor School and attended Mt. Holyoke College and Radcliffe College and Boston University. She is connected with the social service department of the Massachusetts General Hospital.

B4A,331,4.
William Mandell Rackemann, 4th child of Francis Minot Rackemann (B4A,331) and Dorothy Mandell Rackemann, was born December 28, 1924, at Boston, graduated from Brooks School in 1943 and attended Harvard. He entered the Army in 1943 and was

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