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George Sedgwick of Aspley Guise (born circa 1825)

George Sedgwick (Sissex) [Thomas Sisicks / Ann Unknown]
bpt 29 June1823 Ridgmont, Bedfordshire (IGI)
m1 Emily Appleton 1850 (BMD)
m2 Mary Giles 1887 (BMD)
d 1894 Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire

In 1841 George Sisicks is living with his parents Thomas and Ann in Aspley Guise. George was described as an agricultural labourer from 1861 to 1891. In 1881 his son Alfred is a soldier in the Bedford Militia. In 1901 he is working as a plumbers mate in Bedford.


Children:

Andrew Sedgwick

b 1852 (BMD)
bpt 3 October 1852 Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire (IGI)
m1 Emma Garth 1875 (BMD)
m2 Sarah Unknown 1880 (BMD)
d 1910

Gertrude Sarah Sedgwick

b 1881 St Johns Wood, London (BMD)
m William Horace Whistler 1916
d after 1911

Henry Thomas Sedgwick

b 1856 (BMD)
bpt 31 August 1856 Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire (IGI)
m Mary Ann Painter 1881 (BMD)
d probably 1900

Elizabeth Ann Sedgwick

b 1859 (BMD)
bpt 7 December 1859 Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire (IGI)
m Frederick Amos 1880 (IGI) (BMD)
d after 1871

Alfred Sedgwick

b 1863 Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire (BMD)
m Mary Ann Whiteman 1897 (BMD)
d after 1911

Source Notes:

1881 census - George Sedgwick 57 Agricultural labr, Henry Sedgwick 25 General labr (Mount Pleasant, Aspley Guise - RG11 1637 36 26)

1881 census - Andrew Sedgwick 29 Woolen Warehouseman, Sarah Sedgwick 30, Gertrude S Sedgwick 2 months (2 Cochrane Street, London - RG11 163 33 11)

1881 census - Alfred Sedgwick 17 Soldier (33rd Brigade Depot, Kempston - RG11 1620 67 12)

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