US Con -Sedgwick, Charles Baldwin - U.S. Congressman, NY

Charles Baldwin Sedgwick:
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Born: March 15, 1815
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Birthplace: Pompey New York
Father: Stephen Sedgwick 1783 – 1830
(Buried: Unknown Location Currently)
Mother: Anna Baldwin 1786 – 1872
(Buried: Pompey Hill Cemetery Pompey New York)
1st​ Wife: Ellen Chase Smith 1812 – 1846
(Buried: Unknown Location Currently)
Married: October 17, 1837 in Boylston Massachusetts
2nd​ Wife: Deborah White Gannett 1825 – 1901
(Buried: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York)
Married: April 28, 1847 in Natick Massachusetts

Children:
Charles Ethan Sedgwick 1838 – 1839
(Buried: Pompey Hill Cemetery Pompey New York)
Charles Henry Sedgwick 1840 – 1840
(Buried: Pompey Hill Cemetery Pompey New York)
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Ellen Amelia Sedgwick Tracy 1841 – 1924
(Buried: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York)
Catherine Maria Sedgwick 1844 – 1846
(Buried: Unknown Location Currently)
Charles Hamilton Sedgwick 1846 – 1924
(Buried: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York)
Anna Baldwin Sedgwick Silsbee 1848 – 1921
(Buried: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York)
Frank Colvin “Frankie” Sedgwick 1850 – 1862
(Buried: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York)
Sarah White “Sally” Sedgwick King 1852 – 1882
(Buried: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York)
Katharine Maria Sedgwick Burlingame 1856 – 1929
(Buried: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York)
Jessie May Sedgwick 1857 – 1857
Fanny Clary Sedgwick 1857 – 1857
Dora Gannett Sedgwick Hazard 1864 – 1935
(Buried: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York)

Political Party: Whig Party, Free Soil Party and Republican Party

Education:

1834: Graduated from Hamilton College

Occupation before War:
1848 – 1859: Attorney in Syracuse New York
Unsuccessful Free Soil Party Candidate for United States Congress
1859 – 1863: United States Congressman from New York
1859 – 1861: Member of House Naval Affairs Committee

Civil War Career:
1859 – 1863: United States Congressman from New York
1861 – 1863: Chairman of House Naval Affairs Committee
1863 – 1865: United States Commissioner to Codify Naval Laws for U.S. Navy Department

Occupation after War:
1865 – 1875: Attorney in Syracuse New York
1875 – 1877: Traveler in Europe
Author of History of the Italian Republics


Died:
February 3, 1883
Place of Death: Syracuse New York
Age at time of Death: 67 years old
Burial Place: Oakwood Cemetery Syracuse New York
 
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