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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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monument reads: "Second Lieutenant in 165th Infantry, 42d Div." Mrs. Swift married Samuel J. Wagstaff of Babylon where they resided until their removal to Vergennes, Vermont. Children of Samuel Sedgwick Swift and Cornelia W. (Scranton) Swift:

1. Charles May, b. August 3, 1918, at Vergennes, Vt. (B57,312,1)

2. Walter Scranton, b. July 14, 1920, at Ferrisburg, Vt. (B57,312,2)

3. George, b. January 28, 1924, at Vergennes, Vt.; graduated at Annapolis Naval Academy in 1945. (B57,312,3)

B57,312,1.
Charles May Swift, 1st child of Samuel Sedgwick Swift (B57,312) and Cornelia Walker (Scranton) Swift, was born August 3, 1918, at Vergennes, Vermont. He attended Williams and Middlebury Colleges, trained in 1942 and 1943 as pilot in a bomber and after receiving his wings went overseas in December, 1943. He crashed and was killed in January, 1944 at Monaco.

B57,313.
Marion Gilbert Swift, 3d child of George Swift (B57,31) and Marie (McKenna) Swift, was born August 18, 1896, took a secretary's course and has done work for the Cornell University clinic and the Red Cross and hospital work in New York and Vermont, where she is engaged in hospital work. She lives on Seminary Street, Middlebury, Vermont.

B57,32.
Charles May Swift, 2d child of George Sedgwick Swift (B57,3) and Louise (May) Swift, was born March 19, 1854, at Middlebury, Vermont, and moved to Detroit with his parents when two years old. With only Detroit High School preparation and home study of the law, reciting to his father evenings, he passed the bar examinations in 1877. He married, 1st, October 14, 1886, Clara Trowbridge, daughter of General Trowbridge of Detroit. They resided at Grosse Pointe, Michigan. She died October 3, 1908, and he married, 2d, April 3, 1913, at Middlebury, Vermont, Mrs. Jessica Stewart Sylvester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stewart of Middlebury. John W. Stewart was a former Vermont governor.

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