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Capt. Samuel SEDGWICK
Mary HOPKINS
Husband:  Samuel SEDGWICK
Birth:  ca. 1667
Death:  24 Mar 1735, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
Disposition:  buried West Hartford Burying Ground, Hartford Co., CT
Father:  William SEDGWICK (1643-1674), s/o Maj. Gen. Robert SEDGWICK (1613-1656) & Joanna BLAKE
Mother:  Elizabeth STONE (c1644-1681), d/o Rev. Samuel & Elizabeth (ALLEN) STONE
Marriage:  1689, First Church of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
Wife:  Mary HOPKINS
Birth:  1670, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
Death:  4 Sep 1743
Disposition:  buried West Harford Burying Ground, Hartford Co., CT
Father:  Stephen HOPKINS
Mother:  Dorcas BRONSON
Children born in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT:
  1.  Samuel SEDGWICK, b. 22 Aug 1690; m. Ruth PECK
  2.  Jonathan SEDGWICK, b. 29 Mar 1693; m. 7 Mar 1716, Isabella STEBBINS
  3.  Ebenezer SEDGWICK, b. 25 Feb 1695
  4.  Joseph SEDGWICK, b. 16 May 1697
  5.  (Lt.) Stephen SEDGWICK, b. 17 Mar 1701 
  6.  Abigail SEDGWICK, b. 23 Feb 1703
  7.  Mary SEDGWICK, b. 1 Jul 1705; d. 12 Aug 1759; m. Lt. Jacob KELLOGG
  8.  William SEDGWICK, b. 29 Jun 1707; d. 1771; m. 14 May 1761, Mrs. Miriam (WEBSTER) HOPKINS
  9.  Elizabeth SEDGWICK, b. 10 Dec 1708
10.  Thankful SEDGWICK, b. 3 Nov 1710; d. Jul 1720
11.  Mercy SEDGWICK, b. 18 Jan 1713
12.  Benjamin SEDGWICK, b. 7 Nov 1716; d. 24 Mar 1735; m. Anna THOMPSON (-1743), d/o John Wallingford THOMPSON
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Sources:

1.  Timothy Hopkins.  1932.  John Hopkins of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1634, and Some of His Descendants. Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford, CA (available as a facsimile reprint from Higginson Books and online by subscription at GenealogyLibrary.com):
p. 13 MARY,3 b. 1670; m. 1689 (Records First Church of Hartford) Capt. Samuel Sedgwick, b. about 1667, son of William2 (Maj. Gen. Robert1) Sedgwicka and Elizabeth,2 daughter of Rev. Samuel Stone of Hartford. (Savage.)  He d. 24 March 1735, aged 69.  She d. 4 September 1743, aged 73. (Gravestones in West Hartford Burying Ground.)...
p. 14 Children surname Sedgwick:
 
I.   SAMUEL, b. 22 August 1690; m. Ruth Peck. (Tuttle Gen. [1883].)
  II.   JONATHAN, b. 29 March 1693; m. 7 March 1716, Isabella Stebbins. (Stebbins Gen., 2: 1098.)
  III.   EBENEZER, b. 25 February 1695.
  IV.   JOSEPH, b. 16 May 1697.
  V.   LIEUTENANT STEPHEN, b. 17 March 1701; m. (1) his cousin Mrs. Mary4 (Joseph3) Harris; (2) Elizabeth Porter.
  VI.   ABIGAIL, b. 23 February 1703; m. at Hartford 9 November 1721, Deacon Benjamin3 Kellogg.  (Kelloggs in the Old World and the New, p. 67.)
  VII.   MARY, b. 1 July 1705; m. Lieut. Jacob Kellogg and d. 12 August 1759. (Ibid.)
  VIII.   WILLIAM, b. 29 June 1707; m. Mrs. Miriam Hopkins, widow of Elias.5
  IX.   ELIZABETH, b. 10 December 1708.
  X.   THANKFUL, b. 3 November 1710; d. July 1720.
  XI.   MERCY, b. 18 January 1713.
  XII.   BENJAMIN, b. 7 November 1716; m. Anna Thompson, daughter of John Wallingford.  He d. 24 March 1735.  She d. 4 September 1743. (Savage's Dicty., 4:49.)
Transcriber's Note:  Lt. Stephen's first wife was Mary4 HOPKINS, d/o Joseph3 HOPKINS, widow of Joseph HARRIS.

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