Major General Robert Sedgwick   Massachusetts
b. 1613, Woburn, Bedfordshire, England
d. May 24, 1656, Jamaica, West Indies
m. January 6, 1635, Andover, Hampshire, England, Joanna Blake
immigrated 1635 to Charlestown, Massachusetts

Thomas Sedwick   Maryland
b. est 1640 England
d. January 1697/98 Calvert County, Maryland
m. abt 1670 Maryland, Elizabeth Unknown
immigrated abt 1665 to Calvert County, Naryland

William Sedgwick   York County, Virginia
b. "from Burlen Hall, Lancashire," England
d. 1704 York County Virginia

Richard Sedgwick   Indiana
b. 1774, England
d. July 4, 1849, Indiana
m. 1808 Indiana, Sarah Hunt
immigrated to Wayne County, Indiana, 1806, in an area now part of Union County

John Sedgwick  Rhode Island
b. bet 1785-1790, England
d. apparently bet 1860-1870
m. England, Ann Unknown
immigrated to New York bet 1825-1831, then to Massachusetts, Conecticut and Rhode Island

Thomas Sedgwick   New York and California
b. February 27, 1795, Yorkshire, York, England
d. aft 1870, [Stockton, San Joaquin, California?]
m. Parmelia Hodge
immigrated to Columbia County, New York 1820 or before, to California 1850-1860

Francis Sedgwick   New York
b. February 13, 1797, Yorkshire, York, England
m. 1820, Columbia County, New York, Abbey Wilbur
immigrated to Columbia County, New York 1820 or before

Joseph Sedgwick   Illinois
b. abt 1800, England
d. May 1, 1870, JoDavies County, Illinois
m. February 14, 1853, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, Christena Arnott
immigrated to Illinois by 1853

Richard Sedgwick   Wisconsin
b. May 15, 1803, Sedbergh, Yorkshire, England
d. aft 1880, apparently Waukesha County, Wisconsin
m. April 23, 1827, Sedbergh, Yorkshire, England, Eleanor Eglin
immigrated to Waukesah County, Wisconsin between 1841 and 1850

John Sedgwick   Missouri
b. abt 1803, England
d. November 1, 1858, Saint Louis, St Louis, Missouri
m. bef 1835, England, Mary Unknown
immigrated to Pennsylvania abt 1836, then to Iowa and Missouri

Philip Sedgwick   Massachusetts
b. abt 1814, England
m. abt 1838, England, Sarah Unknown
immigrated to Massachusetts bet 1841-1847

Joseph Sedgwick   Wisconsin
b. March 11, 1815, Durham, England
d. March 17, 1882, Portlandville (now Akron), Plymouth, Iowa
m. September 23, 1846, Grant County, Wisconsin, Hannah Peacock
immigrated to Pennsylvania 1837, to Wisconsin in 1839

Edward Sedgwick   Louisiana, Texas
b. abt 1817, [London], England
m. Emma Rose of Jamaica
immigrated to Louisiana 1847, to Texas after 1856

William John Sedgwick   Ontario
b. 1818 Newtonabbey, Ireland
d. 1891 Victoria County, Ontario, Canada
m. 1839 Peterborough, Ontario, Martha Dawson
immigrated to Ontario, Canada before 1839

William Sedgwick   Rhode Island, Massachusetts
b. February, 1820, England
d. aft 1900, prob. Massachusetts
m. abt 1843, England, Elizabeth Unknown
immigrated to Rhode Island 1855, to Massachusetts bet 1870 - 1880

Thomas Sedgwick   Illinois
b. abt 1820, England
d. apparently bet 1856 - 1860, prob. Bethany, Moultrie, Illinois
m. May 2, 1846, Moultrie County, Illinois, Mary (Polley) Roney
immigrated to Illinois before May 1846

Henry Sedgwick   Illinois
b. 1820, England
m. September 5, 1843, La Salle County, Illinois, Sarah Sweete
immigrated to Illinois before September 1843

John Sedgwick   Indiana
b. abt 1820, England
m. Elizabeth Unknown, England
immigrated to Indiana between 1845 - 1848

Alfred Blair Sedgwick   New York
b. 1821, England
d. January 4, 1878, New York, New York
m1 December 23, 1840, England, Harriott Newton
m2 1847, England, Sophia Julia Bell
immigrated to New York 1851

George Sedgwick   Tennessee
b. abt 1823, England
d. bet 1870-1880, [Tennessee]
m. abt 1845, [England], Margaret Unknown
immigrated to Tennessee 1853

John Sedgwick   Louisiana
b. abt 1824, prob Ireland, poss Scotland
d. January, 31, 1874, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana
m. bef. 1859, New Orleans, Orleans Louisiana? Mary Ellen Sullivan

John C Sedgwick ... at Pam Shelton Anderson's home page
b. 1825 England
d. 1902 Charles City, Iowa
m. Mary Ellen Tate in Pennsylvania
Select Pam's Ancestors report, Sedgwicks start in generation 2

Charles Francis Sedgwick   New York
b. March 30th, 1830 Middlesex County, England
d. November 20, 1894, New York, New York
m. Susan N. Conley on July 9, 1860
immigrated to New York, New York, year unknown

Charles Sedgwick   New York
b. abt 1832, St Saviours, London, England
d. after 1900 [United States]
m. abt 1862, Margaret Unknown
immigrated New York, New York, 1864

William Whitely Sedgwick   Michigan
b. November 18, 1840, chr. December 9, 1840 Cathedral Church in Manchester, Lancashire, England
d. August 26, 1903, prob. Michigan
m. December 31, 1866 Marquette, Michigan, Ellen Elizabeth Bargh, b. abt 1850, England
immigrated to Marquette, Michigan

John Sidgwick   Wyoming & Colorado
b. May 13, 1841, Conistone, Yorks, England
d. April 5, 1918, Grover, Weld, Colorado
m. November 13, 1869, Conistone, Yorks, England, Alice Wilkinson
immigrated 1889 to Cheyenne, Wyoming, then to Grover, Colorado

John Sedgwick (1844)   Kansas
Son of Richard Sedgwick (1810/1820 ?? - ?? )
immigrated to Leavenworth County Kansas

John H Sedgwick   Rhode Island, Pennsylvania
b. 1848, England
d. December 1928, Rhode Island
m1 Hattie E Unknown
m2 April 6, 1886, Rhode Island, Prusia E Hardman
immigrated to Rhode Island, data Unknown, lived Pennsylvania 1880

Richard Sidgwick/Sedgwick   New York/Utah
b. May 12, 1849, Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
d. 9 June 1935, Layton, Davis, Utah
m. July 2, 1868, Mary Emma Hall in Brooklyn, New York
immigrated to New York in 1867, to Utah in 1882

Josef Cedzich   New York
b. abt 1865, Poland
d. January 31, 1915, Brooklyn, Kings, New York
m. abt 1893, Austria, Amelia Jurisky
immigrated to New York 1902; many of the children carried the name Sedgewick

Richard Harry Sedgwick   New York
b. Jan 18, 1886, Nottingham, England
d. est. 1945 USA
m. December 26, 1908, St. Andrews, Nottingham, Gertrude Minnie Cutts
immigrated 1913 to Brooklyn, New York

The Sagevicius Sedgwicks ... by Edward John Sedgwick
Members of the Sagevicius family of Lithuania
immigrated to US Connecticut between 1882 and 1914

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