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William Sedgwick of Chatham (born circa 1790)

William Sedgwick [Unknown Sedgwick]
b. circa 1790
m. Mary Hogg 1811
d. after 1829

According to his son's death certificate, William was a labourer in a brick yard.

In 1841 and 1851 widow Mary is living with her son and daughter in law Thomas and Eliza. Thomas was a tailor and William a linen draper.

James enlisting at Maidstone into the 4th Light Dragoons in March of 1836 at the age of 19 years and was discharged from Dublin after 24 years service. He was in Brisbane from at least 1 April 1875. See this interesting resume of his career.

Descendants:

William Sedgwick

bpt. 18 October 1812 Chatham, Kent
perhaps m Mary Ann Howes 1837 (BMD)
d 13 June 1869

John Sedgwick

b 1815 England
m Eliza Cameron 1845 South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland
d 28 October 1881

Thomas Ledgewick

bpt. 12 January 1817 Clover Street Ebenezer Or Great Meeting-Independenc, Chatham, Kent
m Eliza Ann Unknown
d after 1881

James Sedgwick

bpt. 12 March 1820 Clover Street Ebenezer Or Great Meeting-Independenc, Chatham, Kent
d. 9 July 1906 Brisbane General Hospital, Australia (B6935)

Joseph Sedgwick

bpt. 11 November 1821 Clover Street Ebenezer Or Great Meeting-Independenc, Chatham, Kent

Charles Sedgwick

bpt. 26 October 1823 Clover Street Ebenezer Or Great Meeting-Independenc, Chatham, Kent

Mary Sedgwick

b. circa 1829 England
d after 1851

Source Notes:

1841 census - Mary Sedgwick 60 Ind, Thomas Sedgwick 25 Tailor, Eliza Sedgwick 25, William Sedgwick 5m (Union Street, Chatham - HO107 487 5 20 4)

1841 census - William Sedgwick 30, Mary Sedgwick 26 (Old Post Office Alley, Chatham - HO107 487 4 19 4)

1871 census - .............., James Sedgewick 52 Chelsea Pensioner (Watchman) (14 White Hart Street, Lambeth - RG10 669 40 34)

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