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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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2. Samuel Sedgwick, b. May 14, 1893. (B57,312)

3. Marion Gilbert, b. August 18, 1896. (B57,313)

B57,311.
Frances Louise Swift, 1st child of George Swift (B57,31) and Marie (McKenna) Swift, was born at Detroit April 19, 1888. She attended the Liggett School at Detroit and married George Seeley Towar of Detroit at Middlebury, Vermont, October 25, 1915, son of George Towar and Maria (Cook) Towar of Chillicothe, Ohio. He is a metallurgist and is New England representative of the Beryllium Copper Company of America. Children, both born at Toledo, Ohio (Towar):

1. Louise May, b. May 13, 1920. (B57,311,1)

2. Margaret Cook, b. November 20, 1922. (B57,311,2)

B57,311,1.
Louise May Towar, 1st child of Frances Louise (Swift) Towar (B57,311) and George Seeley Towar, was born May 13, 1920, at Toledo, Ohio. She attended the Liggett School, now at Grosse Pointe, Michigan, and was in the class of 1942 at Wells College.

B57,311,2.
Margaret Cook Towar, 2d child of Frances Louise (Swift) Towar (B57,311) and George Seeley Towar, was born November 20, 1922, at Toledo, Ohio. She attended the Liggett School at Grosse Pointe, Michigan, the Great Barrington School for Girls, and Bradford, Massachusetts, Junior College.

B57,312.
Samuel Sedgwick Swift, 2d child of George Swift (B57,31) and Marie (McKenna) Swift, was born May 14, 1893. He graduated in 1911 from Trinity College at Hartford, Conn., took a business course and returned to Vermont to be secretary for his uncle, Charles May Swift. (B57,32) He married in 1917 at Vergennes, Vermont, Cornelia Walker Scranton, daughter of Walter Scranton and May (Woodbridge) Scranton of Vergennes. He volunteered and went to France early in 1918. He was in the "fighting 69th", New York, which had been badly put out and was acting Captain in the 165th when he was badly wounded in the Argonne. He was mustered out as 2d Lieutenant and was invalided home. His country life prolonged his existence and he died in August, 1929, and was buried at Vergennes. His

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