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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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he resided until his death. He represented St. Albans in the state legislature several terms, was elected to Congress in 1827, reelected in 1829 and then served six years in the United States Senate. He owned much land at St. Albans and his descendants still live there. Married Rebecca Brown. Children:

1. Charles Henry, b. October 23, 1810; d. March 27, 1813.

2. Jane Harriet, b. October 16, 1812; d. March 6, 1813.

3. Cordelia, b. February 9, 1814. (B56,3)

4. George Sedgwick, b. September 3, 1816; d. July 3, 1840.

5. William, b. May 6, 1819. (B56,5)

6. Catherine Sedgwick, twin, b. November 3, 1821. (B56,6)

7. Caroline, twin, b. November 3, 1821; d. September 19, 1822.

8. Charles Benjamin, b. October 29, 1824. (B56,8)

9. Alfred Brown, b. September 3, 1827. (B56,9)

B56,3.
Cordelia Swift, 3d child of Hon. Benjamin Swift (B56) and Rebecca (Brown) Swift, was born February 9, 1814 and died March 22, 1891, at Collinsville, Conn., at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard S. Collins. She married October 12, 1836, Henry S. Raymond of Brooklyn, N.Y., who died October 16, 1897, at Hartford, Conn., where his daughter was living. Children (Raymond):

1. Helen C., b. December 15, 1841. (B56,31)

2. Henry A., b. September 20, 1843; d. young. (B56,32)

3. William, b. February 4, 1845. (B56,33)

B56,31.
Helen C. Raymond, 1st child of Cordelia (Swift) Raymond (B56,3) and Henry S. Raymond, was born December 15, 1841, and died August 2, 1934, at her summer home in Watch Hill, R.I., aged 93. She was buried at Hartford, her home. She married as his second wife Howard S. Collins of Collinsville,

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