2. Norman Herbert, b. July 7, 1870. (B5A,142)
3. Persis Greely, b. April 24, 1873. (B5A,143)
4. Anne, b. July 29, 1875. (B5A,144)
Harriet Safford Dutcher, 1st child of Emily (Safford) Dutcher
(B5A,14) and Daniel Dutcher, was born April 6, 1869, at St.
Albans, Vermont. She attended Wellesley College and lived
more than a year in Switzerland where she studied music,
French and German. She taught in St. Albans schools and
became a reference librarian, working in the Carnegie Library at
Pittsburgh, the Ohio State Library in Columbus, and the public
library in Duluth, Minnesota. She has retired and resides at 77
Bank Street, St. Albans, Vermont. We are indebted to her for
statistics of this branch of the Sedgwick family.
Norman Herbert Dutcher, 2d child of Emily (Safford) Dutcher
(B5A,14) and Daniel Dutcher, was born July 7, 1870, at St.
Albans, Vermont, and died at Saranac Lake, N.Y., November
27, 1898. He graduated at Williams College, attended Union
Theological Seminary and Andover Theological Seminary and
was a Congregational minister at Vergennes, Vermont.
Persis Greely Dutcher, 3d child of Emily (Safford) Dutcher
(B5A,14) and Daniel Dutcher, was born April 24, 1873, at St.
Albans, Vermont. She was a teacher before her marriage at St.
Albans October 17, 1900 to George Pomeroy Anderson, son
of Stephen Brown Anderson and Mary Ann (Pomeroy)
Anderson of that city. Mr. Anderson was for twenty years a
journalist on the staff of the Boston Globe. He graduated, B.A.,
1896, at the University of Vermont and later from the
Northeastern College Law School, Boston. He was a member
of the General Court of Massachusetts, the Massachusetts
Legislature, from 1925 to 1932. He is a practicing lawyer of
Boston with offices at 25 Cumberland Street. Children:
1. Persis Greely, b. November 27, 1901, at Boston.
2. Frances Pomeroy, b. July 21, 1905, at St. Albans,