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Stephen Sedgwick of Greenwich (born circa 1735)

Stephen Sedgwick [Reading Sedgwick]
b. circa 1735
m. Ann Rae 1760
bd. 10 November 1811 St Alfege, Greenwich

Stephen was described as a victualler, publican or cheesemonger depending on the record consulted. Most interesting of all is that when his first child was baptised, he was decribed as a bombardeer - he and his wife were married in Woolwich.

From 1785, Stephen was described as the Sexton of St Alfege at the baptism of his children. Daughter Charlotte Sedgwick was described as being Sexton in the 1841 census

Anne's father was James Rae and she, Stephen and son William are mentioned in his 1776 will.

Son Samuel Daniel was apprenticed to John Briscow in the Guild of Painters in 1795.


James Rae Sedgwick

bpt. 7 June 1761 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
bd 28 January 1765

Ann Sedgwick

bpt. 16 March 1764 St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent
bd 6 August 1764

William Shedgwick

bpt. 9 December 1767 East Greenwich, Kent
d after 1776

Samuel Sedgwick

bpt. 27 December 1770 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
d before 1779

Drusilla Sedgwick

bpt. 6 August 1775 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent

Samuel Daniel Sedgwick

bpt. 14 March 1779 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
bd July 1807

Sarah Sedgwick

bpt. 7 April 1783 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent

Henry John Sedgwick

bpt. 25 February 1785 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
bd 23 November 1789

Mary Ann Sedgwick

bpt. 22 July 1787 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
bd 9 October 1790

Charlotte Sedgwick

bpt. 5 July 1789 East St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
d 22 November 1871

Thomas Sedgwick

bpt. 10 January 1792 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
m. Elizabeth Jane Thome 1813
m2 Ann West 1830
d. 1839

Ann Sedgwick

bpt. 3 February 1794 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
bd 17 July 1800

John Smith Sedgwick

bpt. 16 November 1795 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
m Mary Ann Unknown
m Mary Ann Carter 1857 (BMD)
d 1878

Anson Sedgwick

bpt. 22 May 1798 St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
bd 3 October 1798




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