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Walter Sedgwick (born 1865)

Walter Sedgwick of Derbyshire [James Sedgwick / Sarah Ann Brown]
b. 1865 Brampton, Derbyshire (BMD)
m Sarah Burgoyne 1888 (BMD)
d after 1911

Walter started work as a labourer in a colliery, probably in the Park House pit at Clay Cross famous for the 1882 disaster in which 45 men and boys were killed. In the 1891 census Walter is described as a safety lamp maker living in Eckington with his wife and eldest child. In 1901 Walter is with his brother Arthur in Allerton Bywater, Yorkshire whilst Sarah is in Eckington with their 5 children.

Walter and Sarah moved to Glass Houghton to live with their son Harold. Sarah died in 1943.


Mary Elizabeth Burgoyne (Sedgwick)

b 1887 Kilbourne, Derbyshire
d after 1911

Haydn Sedgwick

b 1891 Eckington, Derbyshire (BMD)
m Sarah Lavinia Harding 1914
d 1968

James Sedgwick

b 1893 Eckington, Derbyshire (BMD)
d after 1911

Harold Sedgwick

b 1896 Eckington, Derbyshire (BMD)
d after 1911

Frank Sedgwick

b 1900 Eckington, Derbyshire (BMD)
d after 1911

Herbert Sedgwick

b 1902 Glass Houghton, Yorkshire (BMD)
m Doris Rushbrooke 1925
d 1981

Thirza Sedgwick

b 1907 Glass Houghton, Yorkshire (BMD)
m George E Parkin
d after 1943




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