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A Sedgwick Genealogy: Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick
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1. Joan Charlene, b. August 27, 1937. (B5A,151,21)

2. Lynn Ainsworth, b. January 28, 1942. (B5A,151,22)

Philip Greely Safford, 3d child of Alfred Safford (B5A,15) and Frances (Hoyt) Safford, was born April 27, 1875, at St. Albans, Vermont, was at New Haven, Conn., with the N.Y., N.H. & H.R.R.; at St. Louis, with the Mo., Kan. & Tex. R.R. in the freight departments; with the Cotton Belt Line as Interstate Commerce man and Assistant General Freight Agent and assistant to the President of the Miss. Barge Co., in charge of freight, attaining a national reputation as freight expert. In 1936 he married Bessie Dexter Busch of St. Louis. He died February 26, 1942, at St. Louis, Missouri, where Mrs. Safford resides at 4945 McPherson Avenue.

Harriet Safford, 6th child of Persis (Greely) Safford (B5A,1) and Chellis Fay Safford, was born May 22, 1846, at St. Albans, Vermont, and died there September 13, 1924. She married January 17, 1867, at St. Albans Silas Huntington Lewis, Jr., a merchant born at Berkshire, Vermont, May 16, 1841, and died at St. Albans January 28, 1871. He was a Civil War veteran. Children, all born at St. Albans (Lewis):

1. Grace, b. January 27, 1869; d. January 30, 1869.

2. Walter Fay, b. April 16, 1870. (B5A,162)

3. Emily Huntington, b. August 11, 1871. (B5A,163)

Walter Fay Lewis, 2d child of Harriet (Safford) Lewis (B5A,16) and Silas Huntington Lewis, was born April 16, 1870, at St. Albans, Vt., attended Harvard College and was with the commercial paper banking firm of Lane, Coloson when he died February 19, 1929, at Evanston, Ill. He married April 12, 1897, at Milwaukee, Wis., Frances Clark, daughter of Lucinda H. Clark and Harry Clark. Mrs. Lewis died October 18, 1945, at Pasadena, Cal. Child:

1. Dorothy Frances, b. December 8, 1897, at Evanston, Ill.; graduated in 1918 at Mt. Vernon Seminary, Washington, D.C. During the Second World War secretary to the acting director of the Jet Propulsion

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