SEDGWICK.ORG presents:
My Most Interesting Ancestor
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One-hundred-and-thirty-four years after his death in the swamps of Virginia, an interesting, and perhaps final, chapter in George Fletcher Sedwick's story was written. In the summer of 1996, in light of the fact that no grave site could be established, a tombstone bearing his name was obtained from the United States Veterans Administration and erected next to the grave of Melinda Halstead Sedwick in the Fletcher Cemetery in Bruin. While it is highly unlikely that he is buried here, finally, this "most interesting ancestor" has been remembered with a lasting monument.



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