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MARY SEDGWICK, (twin of Jerusha), daughter of Samuel, Jr., and Ruth (Peck) Sedgwick, was born Jan. 7, 1714, in West Hartford, Conn., and died Jan. 19, 1734, aged 20. She married June 16, l73l, Isaac Brockett, of Wallingford, who was born Sept. 3, 1705 and died Oct. 28, 1746. After Mary's death he married (2nd) Feb. 25, 1737, Elizabeth Culver, of Wallingford. After his death his widow Elizabeth married (2nd) May 4, 1748, Daniel Frisbee.

Mary and Isaac had but one child:

1. Rachael Brockett, b. May 23, 1732. (121)

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RACHAEL BROCKETT, daughter of Isaac and Mary (Sedgwick) Brockett, was born May 23, 1732, probably at Wallingford, and died Feb. 17, 1812, at Northford, Conn. She married April 19, l753, Constant Kirtland, son of John and Lydia (Belden) Kirtland. He was born Dee. 24, 1727, and died Feb. 3, 1792. They had ten children, names unknown.


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JERUSHA SEDGWICK (twin of Mary) daughter of Samuel, Jr., and Ruth (Peck) Sedgwick, was born Jan. 7, 1714, in West Hartford, Conn. She married Feb. 4, 1733, Samuel Tyler, son of William Tyler, of Wallingford, Conn. They had six children:

1. Lauthrop Tyler, b. June 22, 1734.
2. Samuel Tyler, b. Dee. 14, 1735; d. Mar. 13, 1823.
3. Daniel Tyler, b. Mar. 17, 1738.
4. Moses Tyler, b. Mar. 5, 1740; d. Jan. 15, 1743.
5. Jerusha Tyler, b. July 23, 1743; d. May 3, 1744.
6. Moses Tyler, 2nd, b. Feb. 12, 1747.

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DANIEL SEDGWICK, son of Samuel, Jr., and Ruth (Peck) Sedgwick was born July 24, 1719, at West Hartford, and died May 12, 1742, aged 22, per an old grave stone at Wallingford, Conn. (Jacobus, Vol. 7 pp. 1601.)

Daniel Sedgwick chose his grandfather Samuel Sedgwick to be his guardian, Feb. 5, 1733/4. (Hartford Records, Vol. 11, page 103.)

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