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Joseph Sedgwick of Brighton (born circa 1798)

Joseph Sedgwick [Unknown Sedgwick]
b circa 1798 Marylebone, Middlesex
m. Eliza Freeman 1818
d. 1853 (BMD)

In the 1841 and 1851 census Joseph is described as a baptist minister - Ebenezer Chapel. By 1861 Eliza and children are living in Kentish Town, London.

William is in an institution in Islington in 1911 and Mercy and her son George Sedgwick Cooper are also living in Islington.


Children:

Joseph Anderson Sedgwick

b 14 December 1819 St. Marylebone, London
d 1847 (BMD)

George Sedgwick

b 3 May 1824 Patcham, Sussex
m Cecilia Tinkler 1856 (BMD)
d 1876

Ebenezer Sedgwick

b 23 May 1826 Brighthelmstone, Sussex
m Ann Crosier 1848 (BMD)
d 1854 (BMD)

Eliza Sedgwick

b 11 February 1830 Brighthelmstone, Sussex
m Ebenezer Bax 1849 (BMD)
d after 1853

William Sedgwick

b 24 September 1831 Brighthelmstone, Sussex
d 1916

Mercy Martha Sedgwick

b 1839 Brighton, Sussex (BMD)
m Thomas Christopher Cooper 1881 (BMD)
d after 1911

Source Notes:

1841 census - Joseph Sedwick 40 Baptist Minister, Eliza Sedwick 45, Joseph Sedwick 20 ......., Ebenezer Sedwick 15 ....., Eliza Sedwick 11, William Sedwick 9, Mercy Sedwick 2 (North Rose Hill, Brighthelmstone - HO107 122 1 27 15)

1881 census - ................, William Sedgwick 45 Artist (Painter) (63 Grays Inn Rd, St Andrews - RG11 339 106 50)

1881 census - ................, Mercy M Sedgwick 41 Drawing Teacher (25 Gloucester St, St Pancras - RG11 176 71 18)

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