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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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B5A,151.
Elizabeth Ainsworth Safford, 1st child of Alfred Greely Safford (B5A,15) and Frances (Hoyt) Safford, was born April 30, 1872, at St. Albans, Vermont. She married December 27, 1902, at Salt Lake City, Utah, David Cornelius Dart, an architect of that city, son of George W. Dart and Waity R. (Harris) Dart of Sherburne, N.Y. David was born August 4, 1842, at Sherburne, and died June 1, 1936, at New York City. Mrs. Dart's permanent address is 2828 Ashland Avenue, Pleasantville, N.Y. Children (Dart):

1. David Monroe, b. November 15, 1905, at Salt Lake City. (B5A,151,1)

2. Donald DeAlton, b. November 29, 1908, at Salt Lake City. (B5A,151,2)

B5A,151,1.
David Monroe Dart, 1st child of Elizabeth Ainsworth (Safford) Dart (B5A,151) and David C. Dart, was born November 15, 1905 at Salt Lake City. He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley and married September 30, 1933, Eleanor Naomi Long of Scotia, N.Y., daughter of Frederick Long and Jeannie Rankin Long. He was a designing engineer for the General Electric Company. They have resided at Schenectady, N.Y., and live at 3 Park Lane, Essex Falls, N.J. Children:

1. Joan Ainsworth (daughter), b. September 25, 1934, at Schenectady, N.Y. (B5A,151,11)

2. Roger Greely, b. September 9, 1939, at Glen Ridge, N.J. (B5A,151,12)

3. Sharon Ainsworth, b. June 9, 1943. (B5A,151,13)

B5A,151,2.
Donald DeAlton Dart, 2d child of Elizabeth Ainsworth (Safford) Dart (B5A,151) and David Cornelius Dart, was born November 29, 1908, at Salt Lake City. He graduated from University of California at Berkeley and from the Fordham Law School. He married June 21, 1935, at Pleasantville, N.Y., Lois Urion of Pleasantville, daughter of Frank Ridgeway Urion and Minnie Urion. He is a lawyer in the Delaware and Hudson Railway Corporation, 230 Park Avenue, New York City, and resides at 28 Ashland Avenue, Pleasantville, N.Y. Children, both born at Mt. Kisco:

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