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George Sedgwick (born circa 1816)

George Sedgwick [William Sedgwick /Isabella Myers]
bpt. 31 March 1816 Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire
m. Rachel Carter 1837 (BMD)
d. probably 1894

This line of the family is alleged to be descended from a John Wat Sedgwick circa 1147. As a cynic I don't accept this research at face value especially as no notes survive to help us judge the previous findings in context. It would be nice to prove or disprove it.

Whilst a lot of data is available for this family, it will only be added once it has been reresearched.

In the 1851 census George, Rachel, John and Richard are living in Barnsley - Richard aged 8! In 1861 the family are in Middlesbrough. In 1871 George and Rachael are living in Middlesborough and in 1881 George is lodging in Linthorpe. In 1891 he is a pauper in the household of Thomas and Isabella Milburn in Hutton Rudby - believed to be his sister Isabella.


John Sedgwick

b circa 1838 Hutton, Yorkshire
m Sarah Wilson 1870 (BMD)
d 1874

Sarah Ann Sedgwick

b 1871 Middlesbrough, Yorkshire
m Albert Poole 1899 (BMD)
d after 1901

George Henry Sedgwick

b 1873 Middlesbrough, Yorkshire
d after 1891

William Sedgwick

b circa 1840 Stockton, Durham
d after 1841

Richard Sedgwick

b circa 1849 Barnsley, Yorkshire
m1 Mary Emma Hall 1868
m2 Ada Hendrickson Derbyshire 1919
d 9 June 1935 USA

Source Notes:

1841 census - George Sidgwick 35 Ag lab, Rachael Sidgwick 30, John Sidgwick 3, William Sidgwick 1 (High Street, Stockton - HO107 317 25 37 2)

1881 census - Sarah Sedgwick 41 Washerwoman, Sarah A Sedgwick 9 Scholar, Geo Henry Sedgwick 8 Scholar (Cleveland Cottages Cleveland St No 7 - RG11 4846 111 8)




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