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GENEALOGICAL HISTORY 



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DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, 

WHO EMIGRATED WITH HIS FAMILY TO THIS 

COUNTRY IN 1638; 



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RECORDS OF HIS FATHER'S AND GRANDFATHER'S 

FAMILIES IN ENGLAND; 

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PRDiaBBE BXTKNDINa BACK FROM SON TO FATHER 
FOR TWENTY GENERATIONS; 

WITH THEIR COAT OP ARMS, AND COPIES OF WILLS. 

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AN APPENDIX, 



GIVING AN ACCOUNT OF THE BOSTON AND BINGHAM PECKS, THE 
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PECK OF MENDON, MASS., DEACON 
PAUL OF HARTFORD, DEACON WILLIAM AND HENRY 
OF NEW HAVEN, AND JOSEPH OF MILFORD, 
CONN., WITH PORTRAITS OF DIS- 
TINGUISHED PERSONS FROM 
STEEL ENGRAVINGS. 



BY IRA B. PECK. 



PRINTED BY ALFRED MUDGE & SON, BOSTON. 

1868. 



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EXPLANATIONS AND ABREVIATIONS. 



As Joseph Peck, the ancestor whose descendants the work was 
tttigned to contain, had six sons, each of whom had families, it is 
livjded into six parts, giving the descendants of each son separately. 
The numerals or consecative numbers at the left of the names rep- 
sent the number of each person individually from the ancestor, 
lids -f- sign placed before a name indicates that the person be- 
Hes a parent, and refers forward to the number of that person 
losed in brackets, where he and his family may be found. 
^Then the name is not carried forward to another place in the book, 
^itever is said of the person is said in connection with and immedi- 
^1y following his father's family. 

Hie figures in brackets at the left of the name refer back to the 
merals, where that person and his father's family may be found, 
mie small figure over the name and above the line indicates the 
imber of the generation to which the person belongs. . 
b, is used for bom ; bap. for baptized ; m. for married ; and unm. 
r unmarried. 

T. Rec, B. 8, p. 867, means Taunton records, book 8, page 367 ; 

stands for Behoboth ; S. for Swansey ; B. for Bristol ; Bar. for 

nington ; St. for Scituate ; W. for Warren ; P. for Providence ; C. 

Cumberland ; A. for Attleborough ; and cht. for chart or pedigree. 



NAME. 



Pek, Peck or Pecke, Peke, Peak or Peake, found in the different 
works on heraldr}', are supposed by some to have been originally the 
same ; but Peck and Peak were doubtless distinct names. 

During a portion of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, many of 
the Pecks added the final e to their names, as indeed did the English 
to almost every name that would admit of it. So far as I learn, the 
Pecks now universally drop it. 

The name is of very ancient origin. There are various theories as 
to its original meaning or signification, and conjectures and specula- 
tions as to those who first bore it, as there are in relation to other 
names, frequently given by those who write genealogies, and those 
who furnish arms and pedigrees, to order. Of these a chapter might 
be given ; but as I design to deal with facts, and not legends and 
conjectures, I leave them all out as not worth the space they would 
occupy. 

The name is of great antiquity. The}' are found seated in England, 
in Belton, Yorkshire, at a very early date. From there they spread 
into other portions of Europe, and are now found scattered throughout 
every countrj- where civilization has found its way. 

A branch settled at Hesden and Wakefield, in Yorkshire, whose 
descendants removed to Beccles, Suffolk County, and were the ances- 
tors of Joseph Peck, of Hingham, Norfolk County, who became the 
emigrant ancestor to this country. 

It will be seen by the pedigree, to which the reader is referred, that 
he was a lineal descendant in the twenty-first generation from John 
Peck, Esq., of Belton, Yorkshire, and baptized April 30, 1587, being 
in the fiftieth year of his age when he emigrated to this country*. 



PEDIGREE. 



The pedigree, as it is here given, may be found in the British 
Mnseam, London, England, excepting the two last families, those of 
Robert and Joseph, which are added to it. 

The family of Robert, and the eldest children of Joseph, are from 
the parish records of Hingham, England. The three youngest chil- 
dren of Joseph are from the records at Hingham, Massachasetts, 
being bom here. 

It will be seen that the pedigree extends back from Joseph, twenty 
generations, to John Peck, Esq., of Belton, Yorkshire, and must be 
of interest to all who feel an interest in the subject. 

The following is the certificate of the heralds accompanying the 
pedigree and anns in the British Museum. 

20th Nov. 1620. 

Visum agnitum et in munimenta Collegii Heraldoru relatum die et 
Anno suprascriptis. 
Testamur hoc. 

Henry St. George, Richmond. 
Henry Chitting, Chester. 
John Fhilpott, Rouge Dragon. 

It may be translated to mean that they had seen or examined it, 
acknowledged it true, and entered it upon record, or placed it in the 
archives of the Heralds' College on the day and year above written. 



ARMS. 



The arms, which are here given in colors, are in the British 
Maseum, with the pedigree certified to by the heralds. The quarter- 
ing is with the Bninning and Hesselden families, the heiresses of 
which the early Pecks married. 

The first and fourth are the arms of Peck, the second of Brun- 
ning, and the third of Hesselden, and in heraldic language may be 
thus emblazoned or described : 

Peck — Argent, on a chevron engrailed. Gules, three Crosses 
formee, of the first. 

Brunning — Azure, two bars nebule. Argent. 

Hesselden — Gules, a cross patonce. Or ; on a chief. Azure ; three 
round buckles of the second. 

Crest — A cubit arm erect, habited. Azure; cuff, Argent; hand 
proper, holding on one stalk, enfiled with a scroll ; three roses. Gules ; 
leaves. Vert. 

There are in the British Museum the arms of Peck, impaled with 
the arms of many families, into which they have married. 

There is no motto recorded with the early arms of the family. 
The one given, " Probitatem quam divitias," " probity (or truth and 
honesty) rather than riches " has been addeil. Some of the Fecks in 
England who use the arm and rose for a crest, I am told, have 
added or adopted for a motto, " Crux Christi salus mea," or *' the 
cross of Christ is my salvation." * 

The arms upon the cover of the book, are the ancient arms of Peck 
before the crest or the arms of the Brunning and Hesselden families, 
or the motto, was added. 



* A crest or a motto is not a part of a coat of arms, but they are added or 
adopted by those entitled to the arms who desire to do so. 

The helmet is sometimes nsed wlthoat the crest, as it is npon the tomb- 
stone at page 34, and sometimes with the crest. It is osed with the crest, on 
the arms of Peck, in the British Museum. 



GENEALOGY. 



INTRODUCTION. 



I MAKE no apology for haviDg devoted so much time, labor and ex- 
l)ense to the genealogy and history of the Pecks. To such of my 
readers, if any such there should be, as have no taste for such subjects, 
— who never knew or wished to know so much as the name of their 
grandfather, or who their ancestors were, or where they came from, — 
who have no respect for their memories, and not love enough for their 
parents to erect gravestones to their memory, or care whether their 
remains are covered or above ground, apology would be of no use, or 
arguments to show the duties we owe them, or the good that may re- 
sult from such works to fbture generations, of no avail. 

To such of my readers as can appreciate the motives and feelings 
which led me to attempt the task, and such of my friends as have 
urged me to pursue the subject to the extent I have, there is no 
necessity for apology. To these, I hope the work may prove accepta- 
ble and pleasing. 

No one of them will ever know the amount of labor and toil and 
money it has cost me, or the difficulties, perplexities and discourage- 
ments with which I have had to contend. The collection of the 
material, and the arrangement of it, has occupied much of my time 
for more than ten years. During the time, I have not only travelled 
much, but my correspondence has extended into nearly all the United 
States and Territories, the British Provinces, New Brunswick, Nova 
Scotia, the Canadas and England. I have written and sent out about 
3,000 letters, and 1,000 printed circulars. Of these letters, I have pre- 
served copies of over 2,700. In answer to them, I have on file re- 
ceived from my correspondents over 2,000, many of them of much 
interest, all of which, if published, would make a volume many times 
larger than this. The manuscript has all of it been written over 
twice, much of it three, and some of the appendix four times, to admit 
of additional families and ditferent arrangements of its several 
branches. 

I hope to have been the means of bringing to light and preserving 
much that would otherwise have been lost. I feel that the work con- 
tains, not only much that is valuable now, but that will be more so 



2 PECK 0ENEAL06T. 

as time passes away, and the names and histories of those now livingf 
as well as those now gone, shall have been forgotten. I have er* 
deavored to make the records it contains as full and correct as possi- 
ble ; bat, where information and records are collected from so many 
different indiWduals and such a variety of sources, the information 
from one often conflicting with that from another, without the means 
of determining which is correct, it is very difficult to avoid errors. 

Those who have never attempted to collect genealogical information 
know little of the difficulties attendant upon such labors. I have 
found many obstacles to contend with, which, could I have foreseen, I 
never should have attempted the task I have endeavored to accomplish. 
It often occurs that members of the same families will disagi*ee as to 
the intended orthography of their names, and in relation to the dates 
of the births and deaths in the family ; and when an appeal from them 
to the family record is made, and from that to the town record, each 
will be found to disagree with the other. In such cases I must leave 
them out, or adopt the one in which I had the most confidence. Per- 
sons of the same name often insist upon spelling it differently. In 
writing the names, I have generally followed the usual orthography, 
unless varied by the parent or person themselves. In copying fh>m 
tombstones and early records, I have intended to preserve the ancient 
orthography. 

In colkcting information by correspondence, it often occurs that let- 
ters received will be such as to render it impossible to determine what 
was intended by many of the names and dates. The authors of such 
letters, when written to for explanations, often refused or neglected to 
answer my letters, — perhaps offended because I could not read their 
letters, or uncertain themselves in relation to the names and informa- 
tion given. Sometimes information must be received from aged per- 
sons, the only source from which it can be obtained. They are liable 
in the presence of a stranger, approach them with all the care you 
can, to become confused, or, from the impaired condition of their 
memories, to give incorrect information. Some of my information 
has been received from town clerks; they are liable to errors in 
copying records, often old, worn and defaced. 

After the work was arranged, it was carefully read through and 
compared with the letters, records and documents from which it was 
compiled ; and where records given by different individuals and by the 
same individual at different times disagreed, or wherever errors of any 
kind were suspected, letters of inquiry were written. Some of these 



INTRODUCTION. 3 

were promptly answered, and the corrections, when necessary, were 
made. Others were not answered until the work was in the press, too 
late for corrections or additions, except at the end of the book. 

After the records and historical matter were printed, it was again 
read through, and such errors as were found, whether typographical 
or otherwise, however small or of little consequence, were pointed out. 
This was preferred, rather than leave them to the conjecture and query 
of the reader, as is sometimes done in such works. 

Another source of much difficulty and unpleasant feeling in collect- 
ing this kind of information is the little interest felt in the subject by 
many. Some, when called upon, would appear to think it an imposi- 
tion to be asked for a record of their families, or to be supposed to know 
their ages, or to know the name of their grandfather, or to care who 
their ancestors were, or where they came from. Such persons were 
generally anxious to know if there was any ^^ property anywhere com- 
ing to the Pecks that I was after ^^ evidently thinking more of counting 
their dollars than keeping records of their families. Others, when 
called upon, would express an interest in the subject, and a willing- 
ness to send me, at some /wture time, records of their families, if the}' 
could only know who their ancestors were, how far back I liad traced 
them, etc., but, when given the information, which perhaps had cost 
me montlis or years of labor, would forget their promises, and it 
would be the last I should hear of them or tlieir records. 

But those who have done the most to delay and injure the work and 
me, are those who have expressed an interest in the subject they seem 
never to have felt, made promises only to break them, and those 
who, when written to with the return postage, etc., iuclosed, have 
neglected or refused to answer my letters and return ni}' circulars. 
I would forget these gentlemen, and the unkindness — to call it by 
no other name — which I have received from some of them, if I could. 

Althouc^h there have been many things unpleasant and discouraging 
in the preparation of the work, it has not all been so. In my travels, 
as well as in my correspondence, I have found many friends, who 
have lent me their aid and assistance, and treated me with a kindness 
and generosity that can never be forgotten. Some have subscribed 
for a number of copies, and furnished me with engravings of their 
likenesses for the work. To all such I return my sincere thanks, 
especially to those who have had them engraved especially for the 
work. 

The book is larger than it was at first expected to be. When my 
circulars were issued lor subscriber>, it was supposed, as stated in 



4 PECK GEinSALOGT. 

them, that it woald oontun about 350 pages, and about 6,000 names, 
InclndiDg those who had become allied with the Pecks by marriage, 
and others ; but much was afterwards added, and it now contains, 
notwithstanding I have condensed it all I could, 440 pages and 
OTcr 11,000 names. 

It was at first designed to arrange the names of the children in 
single columns, but, by leaving out the surname Peck and substituting 
b. for bom, and using smaller type, they have been put in double 
columns. This reduced the size of the work about one quarter, and 
improved its appearance. In the appendix the names of the children 
follow each other, like other matter. There were so large a number 
of children in these branches of the name whose births and deaths I 
could not obtain, that to arrange them in columns made the work too 
open and broken to look well. 

In condensing the work, foreign matter only has been left out. I 
have endeavored to retain all the names and dates, places of resi- 
dence, early settlements, and such wills, deeds and papers as were 
thought to be of interest and best worth preserving, with the refer- 
ences and data by which the persons contained in the work might be 
traced out, and a more extended history of them learned, if desired. 
Had the work been arranged and printed. as open as such works 
sometimes are, the descendants of the female branches traced out, 
more history and biography of the different individuals given, and 
matter foreign to the subject admitted, it would have been so large 
and expensive as to be purchased by but a few. It is now within the 
reach of every one. It will be found to contain the descendants of 
Joseph Peck, who emigrated to this country with his family in 1638, 
now generally known as the Massachusetts Pecks ; with an appendix 
containing an account of the Boston and Hingham Pecks, also of the 
descendants of John Peck of Mendon, Mass., Joseph of Milford, 
Conn., Henry of New Haven, Deacon Paul of Hartford, and an 
account of some of the descendants of Deacon William of New 
Haven. 

When I commenced my investigations I supposed that all the Pecks 
of this country were the descendants of Joseph of Massachusetts, but 
afterwards found that there were others by the name who early 
emigrated to this country and became progenitors, leaving descend- 
ants. 

The extensive race of Pecks from Connecticut, now mixed in their 
settlements with each other and with the Massachusetts Pecks through- 
out the country, are ih>m other ancestors, who early settled there. To 



INTRODUCTION. 6 

Beparate these different branches of the same patronymic has been a 
work of much labor and perplexity. It has been in tracing out the 
descendants of the different ancestors, separating them from each 
other, and placing them in their proper positions or families and gen- 
erations that the most of my labor has been required, and the diffi- 
culties and perplexities encountered. 

Had all the Pecks of this country been the descendants of one 
emigrant ancestor, my labors would have been little in comparison to 
what they now have. The reader will find on examination that the 
descendants of Joseph, John, Nicholas, Samuel, Nathaniel and Israel 
Peck, who settled in Rehoboth, and John of Mendon, Mass., Deacon 
Panl of Hartford, — Deacon William and Henry of New Haven, and 
Joseph of Milford, ancestors of the Connecticut Pecks, have been 
separated from each other and arranged under their respective heads 
as separate ancestors. 

What the relationship between the ancestor of the Massachusetts 
Pecks and the ancestors of the Connecticut Pecks was, or where they 
came off from the main branch of the name, has not been learned ; but 
it is hoped that some of their descendants will now follow them back, 
and learn the connecting link. I would have been glad to have at- 
tempted this ; but to obtain information from the other side of the 
water requires much time, is very expensive, and none of them offered 
to assist me, although many of them are men of wealth. Among 
many of the descendants of these Connecticut Pecks I found a cold- 
ness and indifference to the subject that I did not anticipate, and 
which was very discouraging to me. Although I found some who 
lent me their aid and assistance, and treated me with a generous kind- 
ness that will long be remembered, I found others who I felt treated 
me with a lack of generosity and an unkindness that I shall try to 
forget. 

In addition to the history in this country of the descendants of 
Joseph Peck, the ancestor of the Massachusett Pecks and records of 
their families, the work will be found to contain not only a pedigree 
giving a record of his own, his father's and grandfather's families, 
with the names of his ancestors back from him in regular ascent for 
twenty generations, with the coat of arms, but also a copy of his own, 
his father's, his brothers', and his uncles' wills. I think it will be 
found that but few have been more successful in connecting their 
name with their English ancestry, or who have done so with any more 
certainty of correctness. Others may have been more successful in 
tracing out their names in this country, but I think few have devoted 
more time and labor to the subject. 



6 PECK GENEALOGT. 

The work was not commenced as an enterprise by which to make 
money. The collection of the material was at first commenced from 
a love of the subject, and a desire to learn who my ancestors were, 
and where they came from. After having traced back my own branch 
of the name to Joseph Peck, the immigrant ancestor to this country, 
and learned that he was of English descent, I desired to connect him 
with the name there. This, after a long time, was accomplished, bat 
with much expense. "When my friends learned what I had done, they 
urged me to trace out their branches of the name, and arrange them 
into families and generations with their proper connections. This I 
should have never attempted, had I anticipated the great amount of 
labor and time it required, and the expense attendant upon it. After 
this was accomplished, and my friends learned the amount and char- 
acter of the information and material collected, they desired its pub- 
lication, and offered me their assistance by subscribing for the work, 
and otherwise, some generously offering to contribute their like- 
nesses for it ; and I consented to prepare it for the press. 

Although the collection of the material for the work was com- 
menced without the expectation of an}*' assistance or remuneration, 
its publication was assented to and undertaken with the promise and 
expectation of the co-operation and assistance of those of the name, 
by subscribing for the work or otherwise, so far at least as that I 
should lose nothing by it more than my time and labor. But in this 
I fear I am to be disappointed. As a means of obtaining subscribers, 
I have sent out to those of the name circulars for signatures, each con- 
taining a request that they should be returned, that I might know 
whether the person to whom they were addressed received them or 
not, and whether they would become subscribers. With each was 
enclosed the postage or return envelope, making the person to whom 
they were addressed no expense to return them, and as little trouble 
as I could. Notwithstanding this, less than one half of them have 
been returned. Of those who returned them, many did not become 
subscribers. A few not only subscribed themselves, but with much 
kindness obtained other names. This want of interest in the subject, 
and unkindness in refusing to return my circulars, was not antici- 
pated ; had it been, they never would have been issued. I huve ob- 
tained a less number of subscribers than was expected, and the work 
has cost me much more. 

The price of the book is lower in proportion to the number of 
names, the amount of information, and the number and excellence of 
the engravings it contains, and the present price of publishing, than 



INTEODUCnON. 7 

Bach works asnally are, or than any one of the kind with which I am 
mcqnainted. The engravings, which are upon steel, the most of which 
were done eacpressly for the work, cost, with the prints, over one 
thousand dollars. The price, which was limited to four dollars, and 
the postage in the circulars sent out for subscribers, is too low for the 
expense of the work. It was fixed when it was supposed the work 
would contain only about three hundred and filly pages and six thou- 
sand names, and a few engravings, which my friends at first proposed 
should be lithographs, — an inferior and much cheaper engraving, 
although such as are often used in books of the kind. It was at first 
designed to only give the ancient arms of the Fecks printed in black 
lines, as is usually done in such works, at an expense of eight or ten 
dollars ; but they are now given with the quarterings, crest and motto 
in colors, and the ancient arms embossed upon the cover, at an ex- 
pense for both of over one hundred dollars. 

Many of my friends have advised me to raise the price of the book 
in proportion to its increased size and cost ; but I have preferred 
to let the price remain to my subscribers, as limited in the circu- 
lars sent out for subscriptions, at four dollars and the postage, 
and trust to their generosity and sense of justice to contribute 
towards its increased size and value or not, as they may feel disposed. 
The price to those not subscribers will be fixed at five dollars. Should 
any of my subscribers feel generous enough to forward that sum for 
their books, it will be thankfully received ; and, as I must rely upon 
the sale of other copies in addition to those subscribed for to meet 
the expenses of the work, I hope many of my friends of the name 
not subscribers, and others who may chance to become its readers, will 
purchase it. All who will do so at any time, and assist in its sale, will 
do me a kindness for which I shall be thankful. Its completion and 
publication, the collection and arrangement of the additional mate- 
rial and information, and the execution of the engravings, — the last 
of which was finished but a few days before the work was given to 
the binder, — occupied more time than was expected ; but it has 
all been to the advantage of the subscriber. 

The arrangement of the book has been made plain and easy to be 
understood. The explanations which follow and those at the com- 
mencement of the Index will enable the reader to find the names of 
the different persons in the work, and trace them forward and find their 
descendants, or trace them back and find their ancestors, with ease 
and without confusion. 



JOSEPH PECK, THE ANCESTOR. 



Joseph Peck, the emigrant ancestor of the Pecks in this country, 
known as tlie Massachusetts Pecks, now a numerous and extensive 
race scattered throughout the United States, its Territories, the 
British Provinces, and the Canadas, was baptized in Becclcs, Suf- 
folk County, England, April 30, 1587. * 

He was the son of Robert Peck, as will be seen by a reference 
to the chart, being a descendant in the twenty-first generation from 
John Peck, of Belton, Yorkshire. He settled at Hingham, Norfolk 
County, England. In 1638, he and other puritans, with his brother 
Roljert Peck, their pastor, fled from the persecutions of the church 
to this country. They came over in the ship Diligent of Ipswich, 
John Martin, master. 

Daniel Cushing, then town clerk here at Hingham, Norfolk 
County, New England, in speaking of his arrival in this country 
says : " Mr. Joseph Peck and his wife with three sons and daughter 
and two men servants, and three maid servants, came from Old 
Hingham, and settled at New Hingham." His children were as 
follows : 

Anna, baptized in Ilingham, England, March 12, 1617-18, t and 
buried there, July 27, 1636. Rebecca, baptized in Hingham, Eng- 
land, May 25, 1620; and, as appears by her father's will, married a 

• UpoD early records, births and deaths are not often given. They were 
generaUy kept by Parish clerks, who only gave the baptisms and burials. 

t For an explanation of this kind of dating, see birth of Ichabod Peck, No. 
10, Part I. 

2 



14 PECK GENEALOGT. 

Hubbert Joseph, baptized in Hingham, England, August 23, 1623. 
For the history of him and his descendants, see Part L John, bap- 
tized about 1626. For a history of him and his descendants, see 
Part 11. Nicholas baptized in Hingham, England, April 9, 1630. 
For his history, see Part in. Samuel, baptized here at Hinghami 
in New England, February 3, 1638-9, see Part IV. Nathaniel, bap- 
tized here at Hingham, New England, October 31, 1641, Part V. 
Israel, baptized here, March 4, 1644, Part YL 

He was twice married. His first wife was Rebecca Clark. They 
were married at Hingham, England, May 21, 1617. She died and 
was buried there, October 24, 1637. The name of his second wife, 
and the baptism of his son John, was not found. It was not upon 
the records at Hingham, where his first marriage and the baptisms 
of his other children were recorded. It prob.ably took place in 
another parish where the records were not preserved. 

He seems to have belonged to that class in England known as 
gentlemen or the gentry entitled to coat-armor, etc., who ranked 
next to Baronets.* 

Soon after his arrival here, he settled in Hingham, Mass. The 
records there in 1638 say: . 

Mr. Joseph Peck t received a grant of seven acres of land, for 
a house lot, next to Robert Peck his brother ; he also received 

other grants of land. 

• 

* In relation to his political, pnbllc or private life in England, or that of his 
father, I did not attempt to learn anything. To have done so at this late day, 
now more than two hundred years since they lived, would have been attended 
with great expense and much uncertainty as to finding anything reliable 
in relation to them. My resources had been heavily drawn upon in tn^^ing 
him back to England, connecting him with his ancestors there, and learning 
what I had in relation to them ; and as none of my friends, although many 
of them were abundantly able, offered to contribute towards the expense, I 
was obliged to content myself with what I had already learned there, that 
I might devote my means to tracing out his descendants here. 

t This prefix or title of Mr., which is found with his name wherever it ap- 
pears upon record, indicates the position he occupied in society. It was of 
much more import and significance then than now. There were but a few 
of those who came over to whose name it was atidc led : they generally oc- 
cupied a lower position in society. 



JOSEPH PECK. 15 

He remained at Hingham about seven years, when he removed 
to Seekonk. 

While he remained at Hingham, he was one of its leading men. 
He was Representative, or deputy to the General Court in 1639, 
1640, 1641 and 1642. He took an active interest in the business 
of the town. He was one of the selectmen, justice of the peace, 
assessor, etc. 

He was appointed by the court to grant summons and attach- 
ments, to see people joined in marriage, to keep the records, etc. 

In 1641, he became one of the principal purchasers * of the 
Indians of that tract of land called by them Seacunk or Sceckonk, 
afterwards incorporated into a town since known as Rehoboth, 
Mass., at first called eight miles square, but afterwards found to be 
about ten. It comprised what is now Rehoboth, Seekonk, and 
Pawtucket. t He did not however remove there until 1645. 

Upon the Rehoboth records is the following notice of an acci- 
dent which befel him on his removal thither : 

^' Another strange accident happened by fire about this time. Mr. 
Joseph Peck, and three others of Hingham, being about to remove to 
Seaconk, (which was concluded by the Commissioners of the United 
colonies to belong to Plymouth,) riding thither they sheltered them- 
selves and their horses in an indian wigwam, which by some occasion 
took fire, and (although there wore four in it, and labored to their 
utmost) burnt three of their horses to death, and all their goods, to 
the value of fifty pounds." 



• See confirmation deed fVom the colony to the town of Rehoboth, in 1685, 
(Plymoath Colony Records, B. 6 P. 341,) also quitclaim deed from WiUiam 
Bradford, in 1689. 

t The proprietors of Rehoboth also purchased other lands of the indians. 
Their second purchase was a tract known as Wanamoiset, being what was 
afterwards a part of Swansey and Barrlngton. 

Their third purchase was in 1661, from Wamsitta, brother of King Philip, 
called the north purchase, including what was afterwards Attleborough, Mass. 
and Cumberland, R. I. It was incorporated into a town, taking the name of 
Attleborough, in 1694. It remained Attleborough until the settlement of the 
line between the Plymouth and Rhode Island colony, when the part since 
Cumberland was set off to Rhode Island. It was incorporated into a town in 
1746, taking its present name. It has since been divided, a portion of It taking 
the name of Woonsocket, the Indian name of the locality. 



16 

After his remoTal to Seekonk. his name contimiallv appears upon 
the records of the towiu in the management of its afEEurs, until his 
age precluded him fitmi sodi duties. 

His name also appears upon the PIvmouth Colonial records, as it 
did upon those of Massachusetts. 

He was appointed to assist in matters of controrersj at court. 
In 1650. the court appointed him to administer marriage. In 1651, 
he was appointed to determine all controrersies, not exceeding a 
certain amount. He was also appointed to administer oaths, 
issue warrants, etc 

m 

He seems to hare been one of the principal men here, as he had 
been at Hingham. as well as one of the wealthiesL 

In the purchase of the town as in the appraisal of the purchaser's 
rights for the apportionment of a tax, there was but one who paid 
more or whose rights were prized more than his. 

In addition to his interest in the first purchase of the town, he 
afterwards bought other rights which made him a large owner. 

His rights in the common undivided lands at his decease were 
given to his sons, as well as those which had then been divided. 
In some instances, these lands still remain in the name and are 
owned and occupied bv lus descendants. The Pecks of Barring- 
ton (Ellis. Asa and others) now occupy lands given to his youngest 
sons, Nathaniel and Israel. 

The proprietors of Behoboth first settled upon what has since 
been known as Seekpnk Plain,* a tract of cleared land which had 
been the planting grounds of the Indians. The settlers appropri- 
ated it to the same purpose until its fertility became exhausted, 
when they were obliged to leave the plaiQ and seek the smaller 
openings which were more productive, thus gradually penetrating 
the wilderness, and extending the settlements of their town. 

The house of Joseph, which seems to have been of the better 
class, stood upon the plain in the northerly part of the *' Bing of 

* Bliss, in his histoiy of Behoboth, supposes this word to be composed of 
the indisn words seaki, meaning black, and honk, goose — black goose being 
the Indian name fbr the wUd goose, and thinks the place received its name 
jHrom the flict of great nombers of wUd geese in their semi-annnal migrations, 
alighting here in the river and cove a4JAcent. 



JOSEPH PECK. 17 

the Town,"* Its location was near the junction of the present Paw- 
tuckct with the old Boston and Bristol road, so called, westerly 
and not far from the present depot of the Boston and Providence 
Railroad as it crosses the plain. 

It was here that he lived, and died December 23, 1663, in the 
seventy-seventh year of his age, far from the tombs of his fathers, 
the associations of his youth, and the scenes of his early life, but 
doubtless happy in the thought of having been able to worship 
God after the dictates of his own conscience, and of being sur- 
rounded by his children, in whose care his remains would be left 
to be buried where they would be surrounded by those of his 
descendants. 

No stones, now more than two hundred years since, mark the 
spot of their interment, but the subsequent graves of his descend- 
ants indicate the placet 

The following is a copy of his will : 

Know all men by these presents that I Joseph Peck Sen' of Reho- 
both do ordain and make this my last will and testament in manner 
and form following 

Item — I give and bequeath unto ray son Joseph all my lands and 
medows lying and being near unto the River called Palmers River to 
him and his heirs forever 

Item — I give unto him my old black mare and my great chist in 
the parlor 

Item — I give unto my son John my house and lands which I pur- 
chased of Joseph Tony and the half of the meddow betwixt Mr New- 
man and mee on the other side of the new meddow river to him and 
his heirs forever Also I give unto him my great chist in the hall. 
Item — I give and bequeath unto my son Nicholas all my meddow at 



♦ The proprietors first selected their lots and erected their dwellings Id a 
semicircle, the circle opening towards the Pawtucket or Seekonk River, with 
their parsonage and meeting-honse in the centre. The circle was called the 
ring of the town. It can stiU be seen In the present location of the houses 
there, in an eastern view Arom the chnrch. 

t The gravestones of his son Israel were still standing in a good state of 
preservation when I last visited the place, although he had then been de- 
ceased over one hundred and forty years. For the Inscriptions, see Israel, 

Part VI. 

2* 



18 PECK GENEALOGY. 

the hundred acres and the meddow called bushey meddow and all my 
medows on the north side of the town to him and his heirs forever 

Item — I give and bequeath nnto my son Samuell my house where 
I now dwell with all the hooses standing there The outyards and 
all my house lott and all my land in the second Division and my 
Plaine lotts excepting half my furthest which I give unto my son 
Nicholas ; and also I give unto him my meddow called cheesbrooks 
meddow and also my salt marsh att broad cove To him and his heirs 
forever Item — I give unto my sonns Nathaniel and Israel all my 
lands which I purchased of John Adams and Mr. Bradford with the 
meddow called the long beach which is betwixt Mr Newman and mee, 
and all my meddow at Squamquammett which is betwixt John AUin 
and mee ; and olso my meddow at Papasquash betwixt John Allen 
and mee to them and their heirs forever. 

Item — I give my use of the meddow att Kekemuett unto John 
Pecke my son and also all my lands att Wackemauquate I give unto 
my sonnes Joseph and Nicholas to be equally devided betwixt them 
Item — I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Hubbert thirty pounds 
in such pay as can be raised out of the goods I shall leave to be 
paid by my Elxecutors within one year after my decease and also 
I give unto her my wifes best cloak and one fine Pillowbeer and my 
Damask Napkin 

Item — I give unto my son Samuell my silver beaker and two silver 
spoons and one gould Ringe which was his mothers and also one 
paire of fine holland Sheets and one Diaper Tablecloth and six Diaper 
Napkins 2 fine pillow beares and the feather bed and bolster and pil- 
low and two Blanketts whereon I now lye my second Rugg with some 
other small linnene in my Trunk in the parlor which I also give unto 
him and the other chist under the window in the parlor and my best 
curtains and curtain rodds Item — I give unto my son Nathaniel my 
biggest silver capp and gould Ringe two silver spoons my best feather 
bed one bolster two Blanketts the Rugg that now lyeth upon mee my 
trunk in the parlour chamber my round table three Diapir napkins 
one long table cloth betwixt Israeli and him 

Item — I give unto Israeli my son my silver salt 2 silver spoons 
my two bed teekes with the bolesters the old flocke bed two blanketts 
my best coverlid one bolster one pillow two pillowbears also unto 
Nathaniel one pillow 2 pillowbears. Item — I give unto Israeli ten 
of my best ewes and my sorrelled mare two of my best cowes and my 
bull and my segg and three Diaper napkins Item — I give unto my 



JOSEPH PECK. 19 

son Joseph five ewes and to my gon Samuel my two oxen called Bueke 
and Duke and two cowes my cart and one of my little Plowes one 
chain with the copses for the cart and I give unto Nathaniel two 
Bteeres and two cowes Item — I give unto my son Nicholas the 
feather bed which he hath alreaddy and my best Rugg and unto my son 
John I give the feather bed and bolster which he alreaddy hath and 
408 to buy him a rugg and to Israeli I give the two little chists in the 
chamber and his mothers little trunke and unto my son Samuel I give 
my Bedstead in the parlour chamber Item — I give unto my son 
Joseph my gould Ringe and unto John and Nicholas my two silver 
wine cupps — My mind is that my three younger sonnes should have 
each three platters and all the rest my pewter should be equally be- 
tween my six sonnes and all my apparrel I give unto my three elder 
sonnes and all my wifes Apparrell I give unto my three youngest sonnes 
to bee equally divided betwixt them Item — I give and bequeath 
all the rest of my goods catties & chatties my debts and legacies 
being payed and my body brought to the grave unto my six sonnes 
equally to be divided amongst them the youngest and weakest to have 
as good a share as the eldest and strongest dsireing Mr Newman 
and my brother Thomas Cooper to be the supervisors of this my Tes- 
tament and last will and I do ordaine my son Nicholas and my son 
Samuell the executors of this my last will desiring the Lord to guide 
theire hartes to do all according unto my intent heer sett down 

The last will & Testament of mee Joseph Pccke written with my 
own hand. 

A fhrther Amplyfication of our fathers will upon his death bed, 
which was not expressed in his written will. Item — hee gave to his 
son Joseph half his meddow that hee purchased of Mr Bradford lying 
on the further side of the new Meddow River : to his son John thirty- 
five pounds of comon: to his son Samuel two hundred and fifty 
pounds of comon to his son Nathaniel two hundred pounds of comon. 
These gifts were given to them and their heirs forever moreover our 
father added to his daughter hubbert ten pounds more than was sett 
downe in his written will Item — that Nathaniel and Israeli shall 
have equal shares of the come that shall be raised upon that ground 
which hee hath given to his son Samuel for this year ensuing they 
bestowing an equal share of labor with them upon the land. It was 
fhrther ^pressed by him that seeing those oxen expressed in his will 
that was given to his three younger sons was disposed of before his 



20 PECK GESTBALOGT. 

death that those jonnge oxen and steeres that are coming on in theire 
romes should bee made choice of by them in manor as foUoweth his 
son Samuel first choosing his son Israeli next and Nathaniel last It 
was his will also that those two mares which were given to his sonnea 
Joseph and Israel being not extant that Joseph should have his old 
mare and Israeli his young mare instead of the other — further 
whereas our father gave to his sonnes Joseph five sheep and Israeli 
ten they also being sold before our fathers death wee have agreed that 
they shall have in valuation as they were sould which was nine shil- 
lings a pieece. 

This we own to be our fathers will expressed by him unto us when 
he was in his perfect memory which we owne as his proper will and 
desire. 

In witness whereof wee have sett to our hands 

Witness hiereof Joseph Pecke, 

Stephe}! Paine, John Pecke, 

Thomas Cooper Nicholas Pecke 

John Reed Sahuell Pecke 

Nathakiell Pecks 
IsRAELL Pecks 

This will is recorded upon the old Plymouth Colony Records, Book 
of Wills, 2d part. Vol. 2d, Folio 12. 



ROBERT PECK. 



Robert Peck, the father of Joseph the ancestor, was also the son 
of Robert, as will be seen by the chart He was of Bcccles, Suffolk 
County; bom in 1546 and died in 1593, aged forty-seven. The 
position which he occupied in society was that known in England 
as gentleman or gentry entitled to coat-armor, etc., and at that 
time, before the title of Baronet* was given, next to the nobility, 
or the title honored. 

*Tliis order was instituted by James I. in 1611. 



ROBERT PECK. 21 

From all the information I obtained in relation to the name 
there, it is evident that this branch was one of much distinction. 
Among all the coats of arms, charts and records which I obtained 
in relation to other branches, there were none apparently so ancient 
or upon which the Heralds had bestowed so much labor as upon 
those of this branch of our patronymic. 

It was not customary in the early days of heraldry to give the 
collateral branches ; only the lineage from father to son. 

He married Hellen Babbs, daughter of Nicholas Babbs, of Guil- 
ford. 

His children were Richard, who died without issue ; Nicholas, 
who married Rachel, daughter of William Young ; Robert, Rector 
at Hingham ; Joseph, the Ancestor here ; M^garet, Martha and 
Samuel. 

He was a man of wealth, consisting of lands, houses, etc. His 
will was found at Ipswich after a tedious search. It was written 
with his own hand. 

The following is a copy : 

In the name of God Amen The xxij day of March in the year of o' 
Lord God according to the computation of the church of England 
1592 and in the xxxv*** yere of the Reigne of o' moste gratious sover- 
aigne Lady Elizabeth by the grace of god of England ffrance and Ire- 
lande Quene Defend o' of the faith etc. I Robert Peck of Beccles in 
the county e of Suff hole of mjmd and perfect of Remembrance thanks 
be to the maiestye of god therefore Although sick and weake of 
body at chemisfforde in the cowntye of Essex at this p' sente of a 
pluresye not knowinge whither it will please god to take me awaye 
here or not, do for the better orderinge and dispocision of such goods 
cattels chattells plate lands tenements and other heriditaments wi"^ 
the appertences do make and dispose them as followeth ffirst I 
bequeath my sowle to the Infinite mercye of Almightye Gode trustinge 
assurealye to be saved by the meritts death and passion of Jesus 
Christ his dere sonne, and my bodye to be buried where it shall please 
god to call me Item I give and bequeath to Hellen my welle loved 
wife (in consideration of the pairaent of my debts the bringinge up of 
my children and the finishinge of the houses w*^ I am now in build- 
inge) All my bouses Lands Tenements medowes pastures fedings as 



22 PECK GENEALOGY. 

well free hold as coppeholde and all other my leases plate goods and 
catties whatsoev' or wheresoev' ling w*** in the townes of Beccles, 
Barsh™ Ingate or else where to haue and to hold all and singular the 
p' mises w^ the apprtens to the said Hellen or her assignes for and 
doringe her natural life in coneinderacion of the things above men- 
tioned and also paienge such legacies unto my children as I shall 
appointe or otherwise leave it for want of tyme to her godly consider- 
ation where in I desire her in gods behalf to provide for them accord- 
inge to her abillitye. 

And for the better accomplishinge here of I do give unto her fhll 
power and authoritye to sell my woods in Barshm" or my medows in 
Barshm" or both if neede shall so require And I doe hartelye desire 
my very good ffriends Mr Bartholomew Stiles and Mr John Talbot 
to be aidinge and assistinge my said wife w^ there good counsell 
advice and labo' about the execution of this my last will and Testa- 
ment. 

Item I give unto Richard Peck my sonne all that my houses where 
in I dwell in Blibergate street my close at Ingate church, my pightill 
in the same field to have and to hold to him and to his heres forever 
And olso all the lease lands adioyinge to the said close for and dur- 
inge the numbers of yeres y* to come yf his mother will vouchsafe 
him such favo' uppon condicon that he paye such legacies as his 
mother shall think good to appoint him to doe 

Item whereas Thomas Peck my brother deceased by his last will 
and Tistament did give unto the said Richard my sonne two tenne- 
ments ine Balligate street lately burnt and now againe one of 
them builded upon the same grownde and the other upon pcell 
of the said grownde and upon pcell of other free grownde w*^ 
I purchased of mine uncle W" Waters I will therefore that 
the said Richard my sonne w***in one month after that he 
shall be of his age of xx j"^ years shall make over astate in fee simple 
to such of my sonnes and there heirs as I shall hereafter bequeath the 
said tennements unto and also surrendo' my coppeholde if it come to 
his handes for want of surrendo'. And yf my saide sonne Richard 
shall not pform theise things before assigned him I will that he shall 
loose the benefit of such houses landes and leases as I have before 
assigned unto him and the same to be to thoese of my twoe sonnes to 
whoeme I shall geve the foresaide newe tenements and to there heires 
and assignes forever Item I give to Nicholas Peck my sonne my 
newe tenement ptely builded uppon the Tenement late W" Waters 



BOBERT PECK. 23 

and my medowes lienge in Barshm (if his mother shall spare the saide 
medowes) To have and To holde to him the said Nicholas and his heires 
for ev* paienge oat of the same such somes of money as his mother 
shall assigne him to doe. Item I geve unto Samuell Peck my sonne 
the other newe tenement and little coppiholde yard to have and to 
holde to him & his heires forev' paienge oat thereof to such of his 
brothers and sisters such money as his mother shall assigne him to 
doe 

Item I will yf for the benefit of paienge my debtes bringinge up 
my children findinge my sone Robert* at Cambridge and providinge 
legacies for my twoe daughters and my sone Joseph That if my saide 
wife shall make a lease of all or any pcell of my sayde landes and 
Tenements That the same shall continue for so many years as she 
shall lease the same her saide death or any other legacies what soev' 
before given or appointed to the contrary in any wise notw^'standinge. 
The Residewe of all my goodes and chattells whatsoever. I give them 
whoelye to the saide Hellen my wife whoeme I make my sole execu- 
trix desiringe her in godes behalf to have care of thoese my children 
whoese legacies I have lefte to her consideracon. 

And also of Joane Babb & Elisabeth Babb and Robert Meriman & 
m}' sister Note as she may Item I ordain Mr Bartholomewe Stiles 
clerk, Mr Roger Peirson and Mr John Talbot supervisoer hai'telie 
desiringe them to Aide my wief w*** there beste helpe counsell and 
advice aboute the Execution hereof Written w"* myne owne hande 
The daj' and yere above saide By me 



Q^^ti^ ^ctf 



Proved at Beccles Nov 10—1598 



The following is a copy of the will of Thomas Pecke, uncle of 
Joseph the Ancestor. 

In the name of god amen, The xvj*^ dale of ffebruarie in the yere of 
o' Lord god m^ccccclxxiij'^ I Thomas Pecke of Beccles in the countie 
of Suff and dioces of Norw®** holl of mynde & in pfit helth of lK)die 
thanks be g}'ven to AUmightie god intending by gods sufferance to 

* Afterwards Rev. Robert, Minister at Hingham. 



24 PECK OENBALOGT. 

traveU into farren cantries and purposing before my departure to 
declare nij mynde and set suche tilings as god hath sent me at steje 
least in my absence god doth call me sodenlie awaye do orden make 
and declare this my last will and testament in manner and forme fol- 
lowinge 

flSrst I bequeath my soule to AUmightie god and my bodye to be 
buried where it shall please god to call me Item I gyve and 
bequeath unto Richard Pecke my Nephew the sone of Robert Peckc 
my brother all those my two tenements with theire Appurtenes situate 
lienge and beinge together in Beccles next unto a streete called Balli- 
gate to have & to holde unto hym the seid Richard and his heires 
forever upon condicon that he the said Richard his heires or Assignes 
do paie or cause to be paid unto Oleff the wief of Richard Note and 
Ane Pecke my sister to either of them at such tyme as he doth enioye 
the p'misses the some of fyve marks of lawfuU money of England. 
And if it shall fortune the said Richard to die before he come to his 
lawfull age and do enioye the p^'mises then I gyve and bequeath 
all and singular the p'misses with the appurtennes to the abovenamed 
Robert Pecke my brother and his heirs forever upon condicon thai 
he the seid Robei't do paie unto the seid Olyff and Ane my sister to 
either of them the some of fyve marks at suche tyme as he doth enioye 
the same Item I gyve and bequeth unto said Richard and Robert 
or to which of them that shall happen to enioye my said tenements all 
that mye lease and terme of yeres w'** I have of a certen ground 
adioyndge unto the p'misses 

All the residue of my goods whatsoever I gyve and bequeath them 
to my seid brother Robt Pecke whome with the said Richard my 
nephew I orden and make my executors 

In witness where of I have sette my hand and scale the dale and 
yere above said in the p'sence of Richard Crompton Simeon Smyth 
and others Witnesses to the same by me 

Thomas Pecke Teste me Richard Crompton 

Teste me Simeon Smtthe 



BEY. ROBERT PECK. 25 



EEV. ROBERT PECK. 



Rev. Bobert Peck, the brother of Joseph the ancestor, waa bom 
at Beccles, Suffolk County, England, in 1580. He was graduated 
at Magdalen College, Cambridge ; the degree of A. B. was conferred 
upon him in 1599, and that of A. M., in 1603. He was set apart 
to the ministry, and inducted over the church at Hingham, Norfolk 
County, England, January 8, 1605, where he remained until 1638, 
when he fled jfrom the persecutions of the church to this country. 

He was a talented and influential clergyman, a zealous preacher, 
and a nonconformist to the superstitious ceremonies and corruptions 
of the church, for which he was persecuted and driven from the 
country. Brooks, in his lives of the puritans, gives many facts of 
interest in relation to him. In particularizing some of the offences 
for which he and his followers were persecuted, he says," for having 
catechised his family, and sung a psalm in his own house on a 
Lord's day evening, when some of his neighbors attended, his lord- 
ship (Bishop Harsnet) enjoined all who were present to do penance, 
requiring them to say, I confess my errors,** etc. 

Those who refused were immediately excommunicated, and 
required to pay heavy costs. This, Mr. Brooks says, appears fiwm 
the bishop's manuscripts under his own hands. He says, " he was 
diiven from his flock, deprived of his benefice, and forced to seek 
his bread in a foreign land." 

Cotton Mather in speaking of him says, he was by the good prov- 
idence of heaven fetched away into New England about the year 
1638, when the good people of Hingham did rejoice in the light for 
a season ; but within two or three years, the invitation of his friends 
of Hingham, England, pursuaded him to return to them, where 
being though great in person for stature, yet greater for spirit, he 
was greatly serviceable for the good of the church. 

He arrived here in 1638. In relation to his arrival, the town 
clerk at Hingham here says : " Mr. Robert Peck, preacher of the 
gospel in the Town of Hingham, in the County of Norfolk, old Eng- 
land, with his wife and two children, and two servants, came over 

8 



26 PECK GENEALOQY. 

the sea and settled in this town of Hingham, and he was a Teacher 
of the Church." Mr, Hobart, of Hingham, says in his diary, that he 
was ordained here teacher of the church, November 28, 1638. His 
name frequently appears upon the records of the town. He had 
lands granted him. 

His family as seen upon the chart consisted of nine children. 
His son Joseph and daughter Anne came over with him. He was 
twice married. His first wife Anne, died at Hingham, England, 
and was buried there August 30, 1648. His second wife was Mrs. 
Martha Bacon, widow of James Bacon, Rector of Burgate. 

He remained here until the long Parliament, or until the perse- 
cutions in England ceased, when he returned and resumed his Bee- 
torship at Hingham. 

Mr. Hobart says he returned October 27, 1641 ; and Mr. Gush- 
ing, the town clerk, says his wife and son Joseph returned with 
him; his daughter Anne remaining here. She married Captain 
John Mason, " the conqueror of the Pequots." * 

He died at Hingham, England, and was buried in his church- 
yard there. His funeral sermon was preached by Nathaniel Joslin 
and published, t 

His church (St. Andrews) at Hingham was a noble structure 
with a lofty tower, containing eight musical bells. 

The following is a copy of his will : 

July the xxiiij*** 1651 

I Robert Pecke Minister of the word of God at Hingham in the 
countye of Norff beinge in bodilye health and perfect memory know- 
Inge the unceartainety of mans life, doe dispose of that worldly estate 
God hath given me in manner and form followinge 

Imprimus I give and bequeath unto Thomas my Sonne and Samuel 
my Sonne and their heirs forever All that my messuage wherein I 
now dwell situate and lyenge in Hingham a forsaid with all the edifi- 
ces yards and orchards thereunto belonglnge As alsoe the Inclose 



^ Her children were, Priscilla, Samiiel, John, Rachel, Ann, Daniel and EUza- 
beth. Samael married for his second wife his second consin Elizabeth Peck, 
daughter of Joseph Peck, of Rehoboth, Mass. 

t In Bloomfleld's History of Norfolk is an allusion to Robert Peck, evi- 
dently prejudiced, and as incorrect in other respects as it is in its dates. 



REY. BOBEBT PECK. 27 

and Barnes adiojninge As olso one Inclose now devided called The 
Lady close conteyninge abont eight acres be it more or less As 
olso one pightell at the end thereof conteyninge twoe acres and d,d 
uppon oondlcons foUowinge, and for the paiement of such legacies as 
are herein expressed 

First ' I will and bequeath unto Robert Pecke sonne of my sonne 
Robert deceased the sume of 20£ at his age of 28 years 

Item I give unto John Pecke sonne of the said Robert deceased 
10^ To be paid to him at his age of 22 years 

Item I give unto Beniamin Pecke the youngest sonne of the said 
Robert deceased at his age of 22 years 20^ 

Item I give to the children of Anne Mason my daughter wife 
of captain John Mason of Seabrooke on the river Connecticut in 
new England the sume of Forty pounds to be devided equally unto 
them and to be sent to my sonne John Mason to dispose of it for 
their use within 2 years after my death 

Item I give to my sonne Joseph Dureinge his natural life the sume 
of 14^ yearlie to be in the hands of my Bonnes Thomas and Samuel as 
it shall arise out of my houses lands and chatties for his maintenance 
with necessarie foode and apparrell duringe the terme of his naturall life 
And I doe wholie comitt my said Sonne Joseph to the care of my 
twoe sonnes Thomas and Samuell to provide for him in such a way as 
he may not want things necessary for his livelyhood 

Item I give to the children of Thomas and Samuell my sonnes 
which shall be liveinge at my decease the sume of Five pounds apiece 
at their severall ages of 21 years 

Item I give to my now wife Martha Pecke 40^ To be paid w*^in 
twoe months after my decease Item I give to the poore of Hing- 
ham 5^ To be destrubted at the discrecon of my Executors Thomas 
Pecke and Samuel Pecke whome I do ordeyne and make Executors of 
this my last will and Testament confiding that they will faithfully ful- 
fill and performe this my last will according to my trust reposed in 
them 

All my other goods cattells debts moneys household stufie or what- 
soever ells belongeth unto me I give and bequeath to my said Execu- 
tors toards payeinge of my legacies alrerdy bequeathed and towards 
the bringinge of my body to buriall which I desire if I depart this 
life in Hingham may be entered in the church yard near unto Anne 
my wife deceased 



28 PECK 6ENEAL06T. 

In witness whereof I have written this my last will and testament 
with my own hand the day and yeare above written 



f^K>ot" ^ecA 



This will was proved at London before the judges for probate of 
Wills and granting of Administrations the tenth day of April in the 
year of our Lord God One thousand six hundred fiftye and eight 



PART FIEST. 



THE DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR , 

ELDEST SON OF JOSEPH THE ANCESTOR. 

Joseph Peck, Jb.,^ was bom in England^ and baptized there, 
August 23, 1623, and came over with his father in 1638, being then 
about 15 years of age. He removed with the family from Hingham 
Mass., to Seekonk, in 1645. He settled near his father at what was 
then called Seacunk since known as Seekonk plain. His house 
was located near, if not upon the exact spot where now stands the 
depot of the Boston and Providence Railroad, where it crosses this 
plain. 

His name frequently appears upon the records of the town. In 
1655, he was one of a committee to levy a tax or rate for the main- 
tenance of the minister. His name appears among those who drew 
lots in the north purchase at different times. In 1661, he was ap- 
pointed to view the damage in the Indian's corn upon Kickemuet 
neck, and Consumpsit neck, and give the town notice of it. He 
was one of those who advanced money for the prosecution of King 
Philip's war. 

About 1660, he left the plain, and settled upon Palmer's river 
in the southwesterly part of Rehoboth. * The remains of his old 

^ He deeds, July 15, 1665, to Thomas Cooper, his house, orchards, yards 
and home lot, containing twelve acres. Bounded on the south by the town 
common, on the west by land of said Cooper, on the north by a highway, 
and land he bought of Edward GiUman, acUoining upon the aforesaid land to 
the west of the common, south of the land of Peter Hunt ; east and north 
by land which he had possessed for fifteen years. Likewise twenty-five 
pounds state of town common with all the rights and privileges appertaining 
to said common. 

The said Ck>oper was to enter upon said lands at the next Michaelmas or as 
soon as the said Peck had gathered and carried away his com. 

3* 



30 PECK GENEALOGY, — PAST FIBST. 

cellar and well were still to be seen when I visited the place, 
which is about one mile northwest from the Orleans Factory so 
called, near the late residence of Mr. William Covel. He became 
the owner of a large amount of land, in addition to that given him 
by his father. Here he lived and died. 

The following is a copy of his will: 

In the name of God Amen, in the year of our Lord one thousand 
six hundred ninety & seven in the ninth year of his majiesties reigne 
the fifth day of the seventh month called July I Joseph Peck of the 
town of Rehoboth of the county of Bristol within his Maj**~ province 
of Massachusetts Bay in New England sen' j'eoman being now aged 
and weak of body & in expectation of my change yet through the 
mercy of God I am whole and sound in my memorj'^ and understand- 
ing and of a disposing mind do make this my last will & Testament 
for the disposing & settling the things of this world which the 
Lord has entrusted me to & among my children in manner & form as 
foUoweth And imprimis I bequeath my soul into the hands of our 
most blessed savior and dear redeemer & m}^ body to the dust 
untill the resurrection day which I die in the firm belief & expectation 
of Item Isly I give unto my daughter Patience wife of Richard 
Bowen & to her heirs forever twenty acres of land in the first divis- 
ion last agreed upon & twenty pounds 

Item 2*ly I give unto my daughter Mary the wife of Benjamin 
Hunt & to her heirs forever half my lot in the north purchased lands 
belonging to Rehoboth purchase and twenty pounds 

Item 3^1y I give unto my daughter Elizabeth wife of Capt Mason 
& to her heirs forever the other half of my lot in the aforsaid north 
purchase & twenty pounds 

Item ^'^ly I give unto my daughter Hannah wife of Daniel Reed 
& to her heirs forever all my medow in the north purchase & twenty 
pounds And my mind & will is the abovesaid sums given to my 
daughters (each being named) be by my executor of this my last will 
& testament well & truly paid within the term of four j'ears after my 
decease Furthermore my mind & will is that if all or any of my 
daughters shall happen to die before the time prefixed by me for 
my executors paying the several sums before expressed unto them — 
then my mind & will is that each daughters legacy that shall happen 
to die shall be sold & truly paid to her children by an equal distri- 
bution 

Item 5thly I give unto my son Jathnall Peck as an addition to 



DESCE2a>ANTS OF JOSEPH PECK; JB. 31 

what I have before given unto him the lot upon which his dwelling 
hooSe now stands containing twenty acres be it more or less which lot 
I had of William Carpenter of Rehoboth in exchange and also one 
parcel of land being a lot of twenty <& six acres lying on the easterly 
side of Palmers River in Rehoboth near the oak swamp be the same 
more or less And also I give him my fresh meadow formerly pur- 
chased of William Bucklin late of Rehoboth and also six acres of up- 
land, adjoining to the said meadow & also my upper meadow upon 
Palmers River and also the great piece of meadow that lieth in the 
meadow abutting upon the meadow of Joshua Smith on the one side 
& the meadow of Preserved Abell on the other side and also that part 
of my salt marsh lying on the southerly side of the creek bounded 
from a pine tree unto a little creek upon a straight line & also half 
my common rights in the town of Rehoboth and all my common in 
the north purchased lands yet undivided — ^All and each of these lands 
I give unto my said son Jethniel Peck <& to his heirs forever. Item 
6thly I give unto my son Samuel Peck <& to his heirs forever my 
dewelling house bam and out houses & all my lands wheresoever & 
whatsoever which by deeds & grants their quantity & places being & 
bounds will appear which in this my last will <& testament are not 
before by me given, with the residue of my common rights Item 
7thly My mind & will is that after my debts and funeral charges be 
paid out of my movabal estate, that then the whole & residue thereof 
be equally divided amongst my children or those of their children that 
survive if any of them be dead before that time shall come Item 
8thly I do by this my last will & testament make null & void & of 
none effect all other & former wills by me made 

Finally I do nominate constitute appoint & ordain my son Samuel 
Peck my sole executor of this m}- last will & testament unto whom I 
commit all power for the execution & performance thereof & for the 
burrial of my body in decent & christian manner & for all other 
things requsite unto him as my executor and in testimony this above 
written is my true & last will & testament I the said Joseph Peck 
have hereunto set my hand & seal the day & year first above written 

JOSEPH PECK 
Read, signed <& sealed 
in the presence of 
JOHN PECK 
WILLIAM DEAN 
JONAH PALMER 



32 PECK 0ENEAL06T; — PART FIRST. 

These presents may serve to declare to all whom it doth & may 
concern that whereas I Joseph Peck sn' living at Palmers river within 
the township in the county of Bristol in the Province of Massachusetts 
Bay in New England have made my last will & testament bearing 
date the fifth day of July in the year of our Lord 1697 for the settle- 
ing of my estate upon my surviving children & for the preventing of 
trouble & difference after my decease do also now for the same end & 
cause make this declaration as an explanation of my said last will & 
testament unto which these presents are annexed. That is to say that 
all the lands that I have given & bequeathed to any of my children 
sons or daughters I give to them & to each of them & to each of their 
respective heirs & assigns forever without any design of entailment 
of the said lands or any of them And farther whereas I have given 
to my son Jathniel Peck that part of my meadow or salt marsh lying 
on the southerly side of the creek bounded from a pine tree to a little 
creek upon a straight line & it is to be understood of that part of my 
salt marsh lying & being on the southerly side of the creek bounded 
from the pine tree standing by the Indian graves & from said tree to 
the river And to this declaration & explanation of my last will as 
above expressed I have set my hand & seal this eleventh day of March 
in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & one in the 
eleventh year of his majesties reign William the third over England 
&c 

JOSEPH PECK 

Signed & sealed in the presence of us as an explanation of the last 
will & testament of the said Joseph Peck 
THOMAS ORMSBEE 
WILLIAM BLANDIN 
HANNAH ORMSBEE 

This will may be found upon record at Taunton, Mass. 

CHILDREN. — THIRD GENERATION. 

1. Rebecka,' b. Nov. 6, 1650. 6. Mary, b. Nov. 17, 1662. 

2. Hannah, b. March 25, 1653. 6. Ichabod, b. Sept. IS, 1666. 
8. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 26, 1657. 7. Patience, b. Oct. 11, 1669. 
4.+Jathniel, b. July 24, 1660. S.+Samuel, b. Oct. 11, 1672. 

Hannah m. Daniel Read, Aug. 20, 1677. 

Elizabeth m. Mi^or Samuel Mason, of Stonington, the son of Mf^or John 
Mason, the conqueror of the Pequots, being his second wife. Her children 
by him were Samuel, b. Aug. 26, 1696, and d. Nov. 2», 1701 ; Elizabeth, b. May 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK; JB. 33 

6, ie97, and m. Bey. William Worthisgton ; Hannah, b. April 14, 1699, and d. 
Nov. 1724, nnm. 

Ichtibod died npon the Island of Anticosti, abont 1690, in the old French 
War, in the expedition of Sir William Phips to Canada. 

Marff m. Benjamin Hnnt. 

I^itienee m. Bichard Bowen. 



[4.] JATHNIEL PECK,^ son of Joseph^ settled near his 
father. The house in which he lived, and to which his father refers 
in his will, stood upon the plain or flat, northerly, and not far from 
the late residence of Gideon Peck, of Rehoboth, deceased. He 
became a man of wealth and inflaeoce. He was a representative 
to the General Court in 1721, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 30 and 31. He also 
took an active part in the affairs of the church. He was one of 
those instrumental in organizing and building up the one at Palmer's 
River. He and Captain Samuel Peck gave each one acre of land 
for the site of the house which stood upon the hill, northerly, and 
not far from what is now known as the Orleans Factory.* They 
were members of the church. Jathniel and his wife were buried 
here. Their tombstones, when I last visited the place, were in a 
good state of preservation. 

The following are the inscriptions upon them : 

In Memory of Mr Jathniel Peck deceased April y* 5^ 1742 in y* 
82* 3'ear of his age Rev 14.13 Blessed are y* ded w^ die in y® Lord 
&c 

Here lies y* body of M" Sarah Peck y« wife of M' Jathniel Peck 
dec* June y* 4"* 1717 in y* 47*^ year of her age 

The sweet remembrance of y« Just 

Shall flourish when they sleep in dust. Psalm 112.6 

He deeded his lands to his children. The deeds may be found 
upon the records at Taunton, Mass. He married Sarah Smith, 
February 28, 1688-9. 



^ This house was commenced in 1717, and completed about 1721. The 
chorch was organized in 1721, consisting at first of ten members. The house 
stood ontU about 1773. 



34 



PECK GEVEALOGTi — PABT FIRST. 



CHILDBBir. — FOUBTH GKXKRATIOH. 



9.+I>aiiiel,« b. Jan. 30, 1689-90. 
lO.+Icbabod, b. March 9, 1690-1.^ 

11. Solomon, b. Sept. 20, 1692. Sap- 

poee died onm. Dec 1728. 

12. Esther, b. April 80, 1694. Sap- 

pose died Feb. 1729-30. 

13.+Jathniel, b. Sept. 10, 1695. 

14.+Ebenezer, b. Sept. 20, 1697. Bap- 
tized Jone U, 1697. 

15. Sarah, b. March 1, 1698-9. 

16. Bebecka, b. Oct. 10, 1700. Bap- 

tized May 25, 1701. 



17.+ Joseph, b. April 18, 1702. Bi^ 
tized Jone 14, 1702. 

18. Ann, b. April 7, 1704. Baptized 
May 28, 1704. 

19.+Benjamin, b. Jan. 18, 1705-6. 
Baptized 1706. 

20. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 31, 1707. Bap- 
tized April 17, 1709, 

21.+Henry, b. Dec 7, 1709, 

22.+Nalhaniel, b. Sept. 14, 1712. 



Danidf Ichabod, Solomon^ and EMther^ were baptized April 11, 1696. 

Sarah married Ephraim Hont, Nov. 8, 1822. (B. Eec, B. 1.) She left no 
Issue. Mr. Hant was a large landholder. He gave lands .to the chorch in 
Behoboth, for the better support of the ministry, wliich I am told they now 
hold. 

Bebecka married Edward Martin, and settled in the eastern part of Seekonk. 
The fkrm was the one recently owned and occupied by Capt. Jonathan Bow- 
ers. Her descendants were men of distinction. Simeon Martin, of Newport, 
a Lieut.-Govemor of Bhode Island^ and Philip Martin, of Providence, were 
her grandchildren. 

Ann married Caleb Ormsbee. John H. Ormsbee, late of Providence, for 



^ This method of double dating was adopted to represent the old, or Julian, 
and the new, or Gregorian style of computing time. 

By the old calendar of Julius C«sar, the year was made to consist of three 
hundred and sixty-five days, and six hours. These six hours, amounting to 
one whole day in every four years, were added to February, making those 
years to consist of three hundred and slxty-slx days, called leap years. 

This computation made the year about eleven minutes longer than the true 
solar time, which In every one hundred and thirty-one years amounted to one 
whole day. In consequence of this, the 21st day of March, which should have 
been when the sun crossed the equinoctial line at the vernal equinox, had 
fldlen back, so to speak, flrom the time of the Council of Nice, In the year 325 
of the Christian Era, to the time of Pope Gregory XIII., ten days. He there- 
fore ordered that ten days should be left out of the year 1582 to make the 21st 
day of March fidl on the time when the sun crossed the vernal equinox ; and 
to prevent a like occurrence, ordered that three days should be abated in 
every four centuries. 

Although most countries adopted the new style long before, Great Britain 
and her colonies did not fhlly do so until 1751, when Parliament ordered that 
the year 1752 should commence on the first of January, and that the dUTerence 
between old and new style, which then amounted to eleven days, should be 



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p>:7| rapt'.' Samuel Pe.-k^ 



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DBSGENDAmS OP JOSEPH PECK, JR. 35" 

many years Agent of the Hartford Insurance Company, I am told, was one of 
her descendants. 



La] SAMUEL3 PECK, son of Joseph,^ settled upon Ms father's 
farm. He became a large landholder. He probably added to the 
homestead. He was entrusted with various o£Eices in the town, and 
was a member of the church at Palmer's River. He died June 9, 
1 736, and was buried upon his own land. The graves of his family 
may be seen near the late residence of Mr. William Covel. 

He died Juno the 9th, 1736, in the sixty-fourth year of his age. 
She died November the 12th, 1756, in the eighty-first year of her 
age. 

His will, dated May 1, 1736, is upon the Taunton Records, B. 8, 
p. 367. 

He gives to his daughter Rachel, wife of Simon Dillis, the use of 
one room in his house at the south end of his farm, to dwell in during 
h^ natural life, and the keeping of a cow winter and summer, while 
she remains in said house, and also five pounds a year, annually, to 
be paid during her life, and his best bed and bedding, after the de- 
cease of his wife. 

He also gives to her children four hundred pounds, to be equally 
divided amongst them when they become twenty-one years of age. 

left oat of the foUowlng month of September, or in other words, that the 
time sboold be set forward so much by calling the third day of that month 
the fbarteenth. 

For many years, during the change which was taking place in commencing 
the year, double dating was of frequent occurrence. By old style, the year 
commenced on the 25th of March, and by new style, on the first of Jan- 
nary. These double dates, therefore, occur in the months of January, Feb- 
nuury, and to the 25th of March. By a moment's reflection it wiU be seen 
what was intended by them. Take, as an example, the above birth of Icha- 
bod, which Ls recorded as occurring March 9, 1690, or 91. If old style was 
foUowed, and the year considered to commence on the 25th of March, he was 
bom in 1690 ; but if new style was followed, and the year allowed to com- 
mence on the first of January, then the 9th of March would be in the year 
1691, instead of 1690. 

To change old style to new, previous to 1700, add ten days; between 1700 
and 1800, add eleven days ; and between 1800 and 1900, add twelve days. 

The Russians stiU foUow old style. To change their time to ours, add 
twelve days. 



36 PECK GESKALOGYj — PAST FIB8T. 

He gave to the children of his cUm^ter Hannah, deceased, as 
follows : To her son Comfort, his heirs and assigns, all the houses, 
lands, and orchards, where his father, Nicholas Peck, then lived. To 
her daughter Elizabeth, one hnndred pounds, and one bed and bed- 
ding, aAer the decease of his wife. Also to her daoghter Hannah, 
and her heirs forever, one hnndred pounds. Also to her danghter 
Margaret, and her heirs forever, one hnndred pounds. 

He gave to Bachel, his wife, one room in his house at the south end 
of his farm, a cow, and her keeping winter and summer, and all his 
indoor good&» and what more she might need, in sickness and health, 
during her natural life. 

He gives to his son Abiezer, and his heirs forever, all his houses, 
lands, and orchards, with all his lands and meadows at the north end 
of his farm, and his salt meadow, near Miles bridge, and one hundred 
and twenty pounds of stock, which he had loaned to him, and twenty 
pounds which would be due, and a mare of three years old, and also 
one-half of his apparel and arms, and half of his land at Long Hill, 
and one-half his common rights in Rehoboth. 

He gave to his son Samuel, and his heirs, his house and bam and 
orchard, on the south end of his farm, and all his lands adjoining to 
the dividing line, and half his lands at Long Hill, and all his meadows 
and lands in the ash swamp, joining to land of Nathan Bliss, and his 
land in the ox pasture ; also his land on the north side of the way, 
and his land by Samuel Bullock's, and his land by Joseph Peck's land, 
and half his common right in Rehoboth, with all his lands and com- 
mon rights in Attleborough ; and if there should be any land forgotten 
in his will, it was to be divided equally between his two sons. K his 
wife did not dispose of what he had left for her use, it was to be 
equally divided between his four chUdren. Abiezer was to be at the 
expense of supporting his mother, and was to pay the legacies to the 
children of Hannah. Samuel was to pay the legacies to his daughter 
Rachel and her children. He appoints Samuel his executor. 

CHILDHEN. — FOURTH GENKRAT10X. 

23. Hannah, b. July 21, 1697. Bap- 26. Rachel, b. Sept. 12, 1704. Bap- 

tized Sept. 12, 1703. tized April 22, 1705. 

24. Ellzabetli, b. June 5, 1700. Died 27.+Samiiel, b. Dec 2, 1706. Bap- 

March 29, 1703. tized April 13, 1707. 

25. BeDJamiii,b. May 26, 1702. Died 28.-|-Abiezer, b. April 21, 1714. 

March 27, 1703. 

Hannah married Nicholas Peck. Ko. 1506. 
Bachel married Simon Dillls. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR. 37 

[9.] DANIEL^ PECK, son of Jathniel,^ settled in that part 
of the Rehoboth North Purchase which was afterwards Attlebo- 
rough, and now Cumberland, R. L, at an earlj date. He purchased 
lands there in 1715 and 18 (Taunton Records, B. 17, pp. 18 and 
129), consisting of uplands, swamps and meadows, being in differ- 
ent allotments (Attleborough Proprietors* Records, pp. 49, 99 and 
157). These, with the lands laid out to him upon his rights in the 
common land, made him an extensive landholder. His lands were 
bounded west by the Blackstone, or Pawtucket River, and extended 
so br east as to include what was afterwards known in the town 
as the Amesburj farm, being a part of the lands given in his will 
to his daughter Anna, adjoining those given to Sarah. His resi- 
dence was upon that part of his lands afterwards long known in 
the yicinitj as the Sessions farm. His lands here included several 
of the farms now in that vicinity. About three hundred acres 
descended to his grandson. Col. George Peck. 

He was the town treasurer of Attleborough in 1 724, and the 
town clerk of Cumberland aft;er it was set off to Rhode Island. 
He held the o£Sce at the time of his decease. 

His will is upon the Records of Cumberland, B. 1, pp. 46, 47 
and 48. 

The following is a copy : 

In the name of God Amen, the sixth day of August one thousand 
seven hundred and forty eight ; I Daniel Peck of Cumberland in the 
County of Providence, in the Colony of Rhode Island, in Pi'ovidence 
Plantations in New England Yeoman ; being weak in body but of 
perfect mind and memory thanks be given to Almighty God therefor ; 
— therefore, calling to mind the mortality of my bod}', and knowing 
it is appointed for all men once to die, do make ard ordain this my 
last will and Testament, that is to say, principally and first of all, I 
give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it, and 
my body to the earth, to be hurried in a decent christian burrial, at 
the discretion of my £xecutrix, nothing doubting but at the General 
Reserrection, I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of 
Grod — and touching such worldly estates wherewith it hath pleased 
God to bless me in this life, I give, demise and dispose of the same 
in the following manner and foim. 

Imprimus, I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Daniel Peck, 
4 



38 PECK GENEALOGY, — PART FIBST. 

his heirs and assigns fovever, all that part of my homestead which I 
have already given him a deed of gift of, and, as it is expressed in 
said deed ; likewise I give unto my son Daniel his heirs and a^signs 
forever, that right of land I purchased of James Wheeler Jun', lying 
near fort Dnmmer in a place called Gallops Town, with all the prive- 
leges and appurtenances belonging to it, and likewise one whole right 
or share of common, in the purchase, called Rehoboth North Purchase 
and likewise I give unto my said son Daniel, his heirs and assigns for 
ever ; (but after my wife Sarahs decease) that part of my homstead 
on the West side of mendon road, and on the East side of Pawtucket 
River, and also that part that l3"eth between Stephen Brown's home- 
stead and that which I gave to my said son Daniel in the deed above 
said, with all the priveleges and appurtenances belonging to it 

Item. I give to my well beloved daughter Sarah, the wife of John 
Whipple, to her, and to her heirs and assigns forever ; the whole of 
that tract of land l^'ing upon Snecheteconet brook lying on the east 
side of mendon road, and between the land of Lieut Joseph Brown 
and Stephen Brown, containing several small allotments as may fully 
appear by the records of Attleborough land, alias Rehoboth north 
purchase lands ; reference there to, being had ; Likewise one quarter 
of a whole share of common in said Rehoboth North purchase, with 
all the priveleges and appurtenances belonging to both bequestments 

Item. I give to my well beloved daughter Anne, the wife of Gideon 
Bishop, to her, and to her heirs and assigns forever : all that part of 
the situation, said Gideon Bishop liveth upon, which I have already 
given to my said daughter Anne a deed of gill of, as it is expressed 
in said deed of gift, with all the priveleges and appurtenances there- 
unto belonging ; likewise, one quai'ter of a whole share in the common 
in the north purchase. 

Item. I give to my grand daughter Molly Chapman, when she 
shall arrive at the age of eighteen 3'ears old, to her and to her heirs 
and assigns forever, that tract of land lying on the west side of Gid- 
eon Bishops homestead, containing by estimation, eighteen acres, be 
the same more or less, in two allotments, and as the same are bounded 
in the records of the Rehoboth North purchase land ; likewise, that 
piece of land Thomas Alexander liveth upon, when said Thomas and 
his wife are dead. 

Item. I give unto my grand children, that is to say, the children 
of my daughter Anne and Sarah, forever, in equal shares, to them 
and to their heirs and assigns for ever, my other right or share in the 
before mentioned Gallop's Town, with all the priveleges and appur- 
tenances to the same. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR. 39 

Item. My mind and will is, that my son Daniel's right or share in 
said Gallop's Town, be that which said James Wheeler Jr purchased 
of said James's father, to wit, Mr James Wheeler ; and likewise, my 
dwelling after my wifes decease, to be to his heirs and assigns for 
ever. 

Item. I give to my dearly beloved wife Sarah, the improvments of 
the whole of my homstead during her natural life ; likewise, I give to 
my said wife, all my movable estate within doors, and without, with 
all credits, to enable her to pay my Just debts ; likewise I give to my 
wife Sarah and for her heirs and assigns for ever a certain piece of 
land partly improved and partly unimproved lying on the East side 
of Mendon road and South of that which I give to my said son Daniel 
by deed as above is said ; likewise m}' mind and will is that my mov- 
able Estate above mentioned is my wife's, to dispose of as she pleases 
forever likewise I constitute make and ordain my said wife Sarah my 
sole Executrix of this my last will and testament and I do hereby 
utterly disallow revoke and annull all and every other form testaments 
wills legacies and bequests and Executors by me in any ways before 
named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and no 
other to be my last will and testament in witness where of I have 
here unto set my hand and seal the day and year above written 

Signed sealed published pronounced and declared by the said Daniel 

Feck as his last will and testament 

DANIEL PECK L S 
In the presence of us the subscribers 

ICHABOD PECK 

JOHN TOWER 

JUDITH PECK 

The following is the inscription upon his tombstone in the Attle- 
borough City Burying Ground, so called : 

In memory of Ensign Daniel Peck who departed this life y® 6*** of 
November A D 1750 in y* 61"* year of his age 

He married Sarah Paine, daughter of Samuel Paine, who settled 
in Woodstock, Conn. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GEXERATION. 

29. Anna, b. Oct. 13, 1716. Sl.-j-Daniel, b. Nov. 13; 1723. 

30. Sarah, b. Aug. 6, 1720. 

Anna married Gideon Bishop. 
Sarah married John Whipple. 



40 PECK OZSEAUOGY, — PART FIRST. 

[10.] ICHABOD PECK,* son of Jathniel,^ settled in that 
part of Attleborough now Cumberland. He purchased lands there 
as early as October 23, 1721. He purchased of John Sweets 
land lands, with house, etc., lying at the north end of Bed Earth 
Hill, on each side of the road to Diamond Hill. It appears from 
the records at Taunton, and the Proprietors' Records, of Attle- 
borough, that he was the owner of large tracts of land, laid out to 
him upon his own, and upon the rights of his father and grand- 
father, in the common lands. 



itiLL>- ^e.cK. 



He held different oflSces, at various times, in Attleborough and 
in Cumberland. His house was situated near the late residence of 
John Newell, Esq., upon the opposite side of the road. 

I am told by those who remember to have seen it, that it was 
two stories in height, and large for those days. His old well, now 
upon the roadside, is still kept in repair, and noted for the purity 
of its water. 

He married Judith Paine,* daughter of Samuel Paine. She died 
November 26, 1778. He July 8, 1773. His son Benjamm was 
administrator upon his estate (Cumberland Probate Records, 
Book 5, pp. 97 and 350). 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION. 

82. Judith, b. Sept 16, 1720. 37. Rebecca, b. May 18, 1731. Died 
83.-f-Ichabod, b. Feb. 4, 1721-2. March 28, 1732. 

84. Seth, b. Feb. 13, 1723-4. 38.H-Solomon, b. April 19, 1733. 

85. Mary, b. June 18, 1726. 39.H-OUver, b. Feb. 6, 1736-7. 

86. Joseph, b. Sept. 16, 1728. 40.+Bei\Jamin, b. Sept. 12, 1789. 

Seth settled in Ramboot, Dotchess Coanty, N. Y. ; suppose left no issae. 

Judith married Peletiah Haws, April 16, 1740 (Wrentham Parish Records). 
They settled at Peekskill, N. Y. He died August 27, 1791. She died September 
22, 1806. Their children were Peletiahy* Seth,* Solomon,* Rebecca,* Mary,* 
and Judith.* Her grandsons, James' and John C. Haum,'' were residing in 
Peekskill in 1863. Her descendants are numerous. 

Mary, it is supposed, died unmarried, as I learn nothing of her. 



^ Upon the records at Worcester, Mass., Book 7, p. 124, may be fonnd the 
agreement between her and her brothers and sisters in relation to her fitther's 
esUte, December 28, 1728. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOSEPH PECK, JB. 41 

[13.] JATHNIEL PECK,* JR-; son of Jathniel,^ married for 
his wife Damarias Hunt, >¥idow, October 19, 1719. She was ap- 
pointed administratrix upon his estate, October 28, 1739 (Taunton 
Records, B. 9, p. 108). In the settlement of the account, he is 
called Lieut. Peck. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: (K. ReC, B. 2, p. 21.) 

41. OUver, b. Feb. 1, 1719-20. 43. Sarah, b. May 30, 1723. 

42. Mary, b. Oct. 3, 1721. 

I learn nothing of these children ; they probably died young. 

[14.} EBENEZER* PECK, son of Jathniel,^ settled in the 
northeasterly part of Rehoboth, near Great Meadow Hill, so called, 
upon a branch or tributary of Palmer's River, where he established 
a forge, at which he and his sons did an extensive business for many 
years. Connected with it was also a saw-mill and grist-mill. The 
place is still known as the forge privilege ; little business is how- 
ever now done there.* 

Ebenezer was a man of much distinction. His descendants were 
numerous. His sons settled near him, mostly in the vicinity of the 
foi^e. They owned a large tract of land, at least, it is said, one 
mile square. The place was long known as the Peck neighbor- 
hood. 

The will of Ebenezer is upon the Records at Taunton, dated 
August 6, 1760 (B. 17, p. 94). 

He gives to his wife Margaret, his Negro man, named Toney ; & all 
bis indoor and out door movables, including cattle, Sheep and swine ; 
with the improvment of his real estate, during her natural life. He 
divides his lands among his 4 sons, Jathnlel, Shubael, Ebenezer and 
Philip ; including his interest in the saw Mill &c ; they paying legacies 
to his daughters, Margaret, wife of James Short, and Sarah, Mary, 
and Susa. 

He married Margaret Whitaker, August 12, 1724 (R. Rec., 

B. 2). 

■ i* 

* When I visited the place, in 1S62, it was nearly deserted. The water 
power, like that upon other smaU streams, when the lands become cleared, had 
fidled. The remains of the saw-miU and grist-mUl were there, bat the house 
of Ebenezer was gone, and in place of the forge was a smaU boUding con- 
taining cotton machinery. 

4* 



42 PECK GENEALOGY, — PABT FIBST. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: (R. RCC, B. 2, p. 60.) 

44.-|-Jathniel, b. Nov. 22, 1725. 49. Hannah, b. March 26, 1785. 
45. Margaret, b. Jan. 26, 1726-7. Suppose d. nnm. 

46.+Shubael, b. May 31, 1730. 60. Sarah, b. Jan. 26. 1737^. 

47.+Ebenezer, b. Sept. 17, 1732. > 61. Elizabeth, b. May i, 1741. 

48. James, b. Sept. 17, 1732. 5 52. Mary, b. Sept. 27, 1744. 

Twins ; James d. nnm. March 63.H-Philip, b. April 25, 1747. 

7, 1754. 64. Susa, b. March 24, 1750. 

Margaret married James 'Short, and settled In Seekonk. Ehenezer,* Shu- 
bael,' and Simeon' Short were her sons. 

Sarah y I am told, married Rev. Elhauan Winchester. 

Mary married Ichabod Wade. Settled in Seekonk. Elhanarty* LeuM,* 
Ebenezer,* and Comfort* were her sons. 

[17.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of JATHxrcT.,^ is supposed to have 
married Mary Bliss, July 13, 1731 (R. Rec., B. 2), and to have 
settled in Rchoboth, where Isaiah Lane afterwards resided. 

His widow was appointed administratrix upon his estate, March 
21, 1737-8 (T. Rec., B. 9, p. 45). It is supposed she afterwards 
married a Fuller, as a Mrs. Mary Fuller was appointed guardian 
of Joseph, Aaron and Prescilla Peck, children of Joseph Peck, 
February 19, 1739 (T. Rec, B. 9, p. 332). 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: (T. ReC, B. 2, p. 99.) 

65. Joseph, b. March 6, 1732. 57. PresciUa, b. Oct. 9, 1737. 

56. Aaron, b. Dec. 7, 1733. 

Joseph, I am told, resided for some time in Kehoboth, npon the Lane flirm, 
so called, in that vicinity ; and firom there removed and settled npon the Con- 
necticnt River, in the vicinity of Springfield, where he is supposed to have 
left descendants. I have been nnable to find them. 

Aaron resided with his brother Joseph while in Rehoboth. He Is supposed 
to have afterwards settled in Richmond, N. H., and to have married, at an 
advanced age, a widow, Chloe Gurnsey, Sept. 16, 1798. He died about 1805, 
leaving no issue. A daughter of this widow was the wife of Calvin Peck 
(No. 186), son of Daniel. By the records at Keene, N. H., it appears that 
Aaron purchased lands in Richmond, in 1794. 

[19.] BENJAMIN* PECK, son of Jathniel,^ settled in the 
southwest part of Attleborough, in that part now Cumberland.* 



^ It will be seen that the three brothers, Daniel, Ichabod and Benjamin, left 
Rehoboth at an early date, and settled in Attleborough, at nearly an equal dis- 
tance flrom each other, and about three mUes apart, doubtless thinking them- 
selves, at that time, quite near neighbors. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 43 

A part of the house which he is supposed to have built, and in 
which his son Solomon afterwards resided, was standing in 1852. 
It has since been taken down. 

The cellar walls were still standing when I last visited the place. 
The location is about two miles northeast from Lonsdale Village, 
near the late residence of John Follett, Esq. Here Benjamin lived 
and died, August 10, 1749. His will is upon the Cumberland Rec- 
ords, B. 3, p. 22. 

He gives to his son Solomon, sixty acres of land, to be set off from 
the south part of his farm. He gives to his wife Elizabeth, all the 
rest of his lands, buildings, houses, debts due him, and movable 
effects. He gives to his daughters Bebee and Anne Peck, five hun- 
dred pounds each. He makes bis wife his executrix. 

He was twice married: first, to Elizabeth Whitaker, February 

13, 1728-9; second, to Elizabeth . His first wife died 

April 15, 1731 ; his second, September 4, 1756. 

CHILDREN — FIFTn GENERATION. 

58.+Solomon, b. May 11, 1730. 61. Bebee, b. March 27, 1740. Died 

59. Elizabeth, b. Jane 22, 1734. Apnl 30, 1743. 

Died Jan. 21, 1747-8. 62. Lydia, b. Oct. 13, 1742. Died 

60. Ichabod, b. March 12, 1736-7. Nov. 7, 1742. 

Died Oct. 6, 1741. 63. Bebee, b. Nov. 6, 1743. 

64. Anne, b. Feb. 8, 1745-6. 

Bebee married Daniel Read, Jr., of Attleboroogh, April 23, 1766. 
Anne married Eliphalet Day, of Attleborough, March 2, 1769. 

[21.] HENRY* PECK, son of Jathniel,^ lived and died in 
Behoboth, near what is now known as the Village, and I am told, 
upon the farih occupied in 1863 by Mrs. Hannah Allen, widow. 

He married Rachel Whitaker, March 26, 1732 (R. Rec, B. 2). 
She died at the residence of her son Solomon, in Royalston, Mass., 
aged ninety-three years. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: (R. ReC, B. 2, p. 114.) 

65.+Joho, b. Feb. 4, 1734-6. 68.+DanieI, b. May 17, 1741. > 

ee.+Henry, b. Feb. 28, 1737-8. 69. Benjamin, b. May 17, 1741- J 

67. Bebekah, b. Feb. 11, 1739-40. Twins; Benjamin, unknown. 



44 PECK GENEALOOTy — PART FIRST. 

70. Oliver, b. Oct 24, 1742. Died 73.+Solomon, b. Oct. 8, 1749. 

young. 74.+Oliver, b. Feb. 26, 1761-2, or 

71. Rachel, b. Feb. 12, 1744-6. Died March 9, 1752.* 

with the small-pox. 76. Lydia, b. Feb. 1, 1766. 

72. Lydia, b. Sept. 10, 1747. Died 

young. 

JUbekah married Elisha Fhiney, of Warren, R. I. Daniel and Elisha Phiney, 
of Warren, are her descendants. 

Lydia married Samuel Turner, grandson of Rev. David Tomer, and settled 
in Royalston, Mass. 

[22.] NATHANIEL^ PECK, son of Jathniel,^ settled in 
Behobotli, it is supposed near his father, upon the homestead or 
a part of it. I learn but little in relation to him. He died about 
1762. Sjlvanus Martin was appointed administrator upon his 
estate, August 3, 1762 (Taunton Records, B. 17, p. 624). The 
inventory names twenty acres of land and buildings. In 1777 a 
guardian was appointed over Mercy Peck, widow of Nathaniel, and 
daughter Rebecca. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION. 

7ff. Rebecca, and It is supposed others. 

[27.] REV. SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided upon 
a part of the homestead. He was a baptist clergyman, denomi- 
nated at that time one of the new lights. The house in which he 
preached was located in that part of Rehoboth since Seekonk, near 
the late residence of Joshua Smith. It was taken down in 1815. 
He is said to have been a zealous preacher, much attached to his 
religious tenets. He married Hannah Allen. 

The following is from their tombstones : 

Samuel Peck who died No^ 26, 1788 in y* 82 year of his age who 
was an Eld' of a church of christ in Rehoboth near 40 years Having 
served his generation by y* will of Grod fell asleep in Jesus — Ended 
his life with y* words of y* holly Apostle Sec"' Timothy 4 «^ 7* 
verse 

" With heavenly weapons I have fought the battle of the Lord 
Fiuish' my corse & kept y* faith and wate the sure reward 

Hannah Peck, wife of Rev. Samuel, died August 13, 1778, aged 
71 years. 

* Upon tbe town records, it is Febmary 26, and on tbe funUy records, 
March 9, one being in old, the other in new style. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 45 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: (R. ReC, B. 2, p. 88.) 

77.+Samoel, b. Feb. 27, 1734-6. 80. Beijamin, b. Nov. 18, 1741. 

78.+Allen, b. Feb. 1, 1735-6. 81.+Lewls, b. Feb. 3, 1745. 

79.-|-Joslah, b. May 18, 1740. 

Benjamin, I am told, settled, lived and died in Virginia, where he became 
wealthy, leaving descendants. I have been unable to find them. He is sap- 
posed to liave deeded his estates in Providence, Augast 18, 1784 (P. Rec., 
B. 21, p. 131). 

[28.] ABDEZER^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided upon a part 
of the homestead. He was twice married. First, I am told, to 
Submit Sawyer ; second, to Naomi Allen, sister to the wife of Rev. 
Samael Peck. His first wife died October 20, 1740. He died 
September 20, 1800. His second wife died July 2, 1801. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: (R. ReC, B. 2, p. 137.) 

82. Snbmlt, b. Jan. 14, 1738-9. 87. Hannah, b. April 13, 1749. Died 

83. Abiezer, b. Feb. 6, 1739-40. Aug. 6, 1754 (R. Rec, B. 3). 

Died March 17, 1740-1. 88.+EIihu, b. Jan. 19, 1760-1. 

84. Naomi, b. Feb. 29, 1743-4, by 89. Isaac, b. Nov. 4, 1752. Died 

second wife. Nov. 22, 1772. 

85. Rebecca, b. Sept. 13, 1745. 90. Ann, b. Dec. 31, 1754. Died 
86.+Perez, b. Sept. 9, 1747. Sept. 28, 1778. 

91. Rachel, b. Jan. 16, 1757. 

Submit married Elder Jacob Hicks ; left no issae. 
Behecca married Thomas Allen, of Rehoboth. 
Bachel married Christopher Barney, of Swanzy. 
Naomi married Henry Peck. No. 66. 

[31 .] D ANIEL5 PECK, son of Daniel,^ settled near his father. 
He died at an early age, a few days previous to the decease of his 
father. His will is upon the Cumberland Records, dated October 
10, 1750. 

He appoints his wife Hopestill his executrix. He gives her all his 
household goods ; also his mare, and one cow, and the benefit and 
improvement of his farm until his son George should become of age. 
If she remained his widow until his son became of age, then she was 
to have her living out of his estate so long as she remained his widow, 
and no longer. He gave to his son George all his lands and build- 
ings in Cumberland, and one-half of a share of a whole right of com- 
mon in Attleborough ; and to his daughter Sarah three hundred 
pounds, to be paid her by his son George, when twenty-one years of 
age. 



46 PECK GENEALOGY, — PART FIRST. 

He married Hopestill Dexter. He died October 11, 1750.* 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION. 

92. Sarah, b. Feb. 27, 1747-8. 93.+George, b. Sept. 3, 1749. 

[33.] ICHAB0D5 PECK, son of Ichabod,^ resided in Cum- 
berland, E. I. He enlisted in the war of the Revolution; was 
promoted to a Lieut.-Colonel, as I am told ; was wounded, and died 
of his wounds. He is said to have been a brave oflScer. 

He married Lydia Walcott, of Cumberland, February 28, 1750 
(Cumberland Records, B. 1, p. 4). 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: (C. RCC, B. 1, p. 12.) 

94. Mary, b. Jan. 14, 1762. 98.+Ichabod, b. Nov. 26, 1761. 

96.+Daniel, b. May 4, 1764. 99.+Jeremiah, b. June 7, 1764. 

96. Seth, b. Feb. 22, 1767. Died 100. Joseph, b. Sept. 16, 1767. Sup- 

nnm. pose left no fkmlly. 

97. Lydia, b. Feb. 17, 1759. 

Lydia married a Page, and settled in Marlborough, N. H., where she 

left chUdren. 

[38.] SOLOMON^ PECK, son of Ichabod,* settled, lived and 
died in the southwesterly part of Wrentham, Mass., where his son 
Royal, and his grandson, Joel F. Peck, have since lived and died, 
and where his great-grandson Royal now resides. 

He is represented by those who knew him to have been a man 
of distinction, — a wealthy, industrious, and thrifty farmer. He 
married Mercy Foster, daughter of Ebenezer Foster, of Cumber- 
land, R. L, June 14, 1756. She was bom May 22, 1734. 

From their tombstones : 

In memory of Mr Soloman In memory of Mr* Marcy Peck 
Peck who died Dec' 31** 1802 in relict of M"^ Soloman Peck who 
y« 70"* year of his Age died July 25"» 1806 in ye 73* year 

of her Age 

Tls but a few, whose days amount Children, see as you pass by. 

To three score years and ten ; Your parents here together lie. 

And all beyond that short account, O dont forget, that soon you must 

Is sorrow toll and paine. Follow them here, and turn to dust. 



♦ His widow married Joseph Brown, June 2, 1762. Sarah, the daughter, 
married Dr. David Brown, April 28, 1766. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSERH PECK, JB. 47 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION. 

lOl.+Levi, b. April 14, 1767. 106. Lois, b. May 3, 1767. Died 

I02.+Royal, b. June 18, 1769. April 11, 1773. 

I03.+Joel, b. April 9, 1761. I06.+Solomon, b. July 28, 1769. 

104. Mercy, b. April 28, 1766. Died 107. Darius, b. Mardh 22, 1776. 
Sept. 4, 1776. Died young. 

lOS.+Jesse F., b. April 2, 1777. 

The following was round among his papers : 

1778 I ^^^ United States of America to Solomon Peck Db 

To sundry articles lost in the retreat from the Island of Rhode 
Island in passing Rowlands Ferry so called viz 

To one good great Coat £15 

To one large new blanket 6 

To one new pair of tow cloth trowsers • • • . 1 10 

To one pair of yam stockings 14 

To one Flannel shirt 3 10 

To one knapsack 1 10 

£28 14 

State of Rhode Island ss 

In Cumberland 12*** of November A D 1778 Mr Solomon Peck the 

above subscriber made solemn oath that the above articles by him lost 

and charged against said United States is just and true in all its 

parts 

Before me 

JOHN DEXTER Justice of Peace 



[39.] OLIVER* PECK, son of Ichabod,* settled at first at 
Fishkill, then at Norway, Herkimer County, N. Y., where he died 
June 1796. 

Oliver Peck & Fear Foster both of Cumberland were married April 
y* 22 1 759 by Job Bartlett Justice of Peace 
Recorded Apr 3 1765 

Witness JOHN DEXTER Town Clerk 



48 PECK GENEALOGY; — PAST FIB8T. 

CHILDBIDf — SIXTH GENERATION. 

109. Nancy, b. Nov. 25, 1769; m. IH.+Ira, b. Oct. 16, 1771. 

Stephen Ketchum. I15.+Lewis, b. Dec. 17, 1773. 

110. OUver, b. Nov. 22, 1761.» I16.+Eli, b. Jan. 23, 1776. 
lll.+Joseph, b. Nov. 13, 1763. 117. PoUy, b. Jan. 23, 1778; m. 
112.+Foster, b. Dec. 20, 1766. Silas Elsworth. 
113.+Amos, b. May 16, 1768. 

[40.] BENJAMIN^ PECK, son of Ichabod,* remained upon 
the homestead at first, then removed to Stoughton, Mass., where he 
died in 1795. He married Letisa Titus, June 15, 1768. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: (C. BeC, B. 2, p, 18.) 

I18.+Benjamin, b. Aug. 20, 1769. 121.+George, b. Jnly 21, 1776. 

I19.+James, b. Dec. 14, 1771. 122. Chloe, b. March 20, 1779. 

120. OUve, b. April 6, 1774. 123. Nancy, b. July 3, 1781. 

Olive married Enos Bay, October 3, 1796, and died leaving three girls, who 
died without issae. 

Chloe married James Gillinore, December 15, 1796; no issue. 
Nanqf married Paul Clark, January 9, 1806. 

[44.] JATHNIEL* PECK, son of Ebenezer,* occupied the 
forge of his father, continuing the business, in connection with his 
brothers. The house in which he resided, probably more than one 
hundred years old, was standing when I visited the place. He 
married for his first wife, Sybel Butterworth ; for his second, Mrs. 
Sarah Michel, widow, formerly Miss Sarah Ingols; for his third, 
Mrs. Rebecca Martin, formerly Miss Rebecca Horton. His first 
wife died March 15, 1769. His second wife died August 9, 1798. 
He died March 23, 1812. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : (B. RCC, B. 2, p. 121.) 

124. Jathniel, b. Feb. 24, 1747-8. 130. Sybel, b. Sept. 24, 1761. 

Died unm. I31.+Shubael, b. July — 1764. 

126.+Oti8, b. AprU 10, 1760. 132.+Benoni, b. Feb. 8, 1769. 

126. Esther, b. April 21, 1752. 133.+£dmund, b. Sept. 2, 1773. 

127.+James, b. Aug. 10, 1754. 134. Sarah, b. Oct. 11, 1775; m. 

128. Olive, b. Nov. 20, 1756 Died Noah Carpenter. 

unm. 186.-fGeorge W. b. Nov. 11, 1777. 

129. Sylvester, b. Jnly 9, 1759. 186. Shubael, b. Jan. 22, 1779. 

Died in the army, unm. 

* Oliver, I am told, was residing at CobleskiU, Schoharie County, K. Y., in 
1814, and had two children, TaUjf and Jane, and perhaps others. I have been 
unable to find them. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 49 

[46.] SHUBAEL* PECK, son of Ebenezeb,* settled n^ar his 
brothers. He was an active business man. He held a colonePs 
commission, represented his town in the State legislature, was jus- 
tice of the peace, etc. He was twice married : first, to Huldah 
Hunt; second, to Molly Wade. He died from injuries received in 
the saw-mill. 

CHIIJ>REN — SIXTH GENERATION: (R. BeC, B. 8, p. 63.) 

137. Huldah, b. Feb. 23, 1766. 138. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 31, 1767. 

Died young. Died young. 

[47.] EBENEZER5 PECK, son of Ebenezeb,* remained upon 
the homestead, where he lived and died. He was a man of public 
influence and distinction. He married Mellison . 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: (R. ReC, B. 3, p. 126.) 

189. Calvin, b. June 11, 1769. Died 141.+Cromwen, b. July 18, 1763. 

in tlie army. 142. Huldah, b. . 

140. Ebenezer, b. June 8, 1761. 

Died in the army. 

HtUdcLh married Ephraim Goodwin, of Dighton, Mass. 

[53.] PHILIP^ PECK, son of Ebenezer,^ was a blacksmith by 
trade and occupation. His residence was near his brothers. His 
house, which was large, is still standing in good condition, and was 
occupied, in 1862, by his son Cyril C. Peck. He was very much 
respected. He held various public trusts, fle was one of the 
selectmen of the town for many years, both political parties sup- 
porting him, in return for his honesty and fidelity. 

He married Ruth Williams, July 5, 1768. He died April 6, 
1805. She died January 12, 1830. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : (R. ReC, B. 3, p. 197.) 

143.-f Wmiams, b. July 3, 1770. 148. Polly, b. Aug. 2, 1780. 

144.+Lemuel, b. April 2, 1772. 149. Sally, b. June 3, 1782. 

145. Clarina, b. Oct. 16, 1774. 150.+Ebenezer, b. March 8, 1784. 

146. Philip W., b. Aug. 2, 1776. 161. Ruth, b. Dec. 14, 1786. 
147.+James, b. June 17, 1778. 162.+Cyril C, b. Jan. 31, 1789. 

Clarina married Asahel Pierce, of Calais, Vt., a wealthy farmer. She left 
descendants, who are residing there. 

Sally married Gideon Hicks ; settled in Calais, Vt. He was a prominent 
man in the town, and left descendants, who are still residing there. 

5 



50 



FECK 6EHEAL0GT, — PAST FIRST. 



PoUff married John Dayis. 

Ituth died anmarried, in 1862. 

Philip W. was a school-teacher, and a teacher of music and dancing in his 
early life. He afterwards settled in Virginia, where he became a leading 
member of the chorch. He died mnch respected. 



[68.] SOLOMAN* PECK, son of Benjamin,* settled upon the 
homestead, where he remained until 1784, when he moved to Sut- 
ton, Mass., where he resided until his decease, April 5, 1794. 

He married Esther Wiswold, December 7, 1758, dau^ter of 
Ichabod Wiswold, of Attleborough, Mass. She was bom July 1, 
1740, and died December 31, 1816. 

CHILDRKN — SIXTH GENERATION. 



153. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 19, 1759. 

Died May 10, 1831, onm. 

154. Esther, b. Sept. 8, 1761. Died 

Jan. 14, 1795, nnm. 

155. Lydia, b. Dec. 7, 1764. Died 

May 9, 1788. 
156.+Beiijamiii, b. Aug. 1, 1767, Died 

Oct. 18, 1832. 
157.+David, b. Oct. 10, 1769. Died 

Sept. 10, 1840. 



158.+Solomon, b. Feb. 19, 1773. Died 
Aug. 27, 1809. 

159. Bebee, b. May 25, 1775. Died 

May 11, 1831. 

160. Anna, b. May 29, 1778. Died 

Oct. 10, 1798, mun. 

161. Mary, b. Nov. 5, 1780. Died 

Aag. 12, 1798, nnm. 

162. Ichabod, b. Feb. 2, 1784. Died 

March 23, 1802, nnm. 



Lydia married Dr. Joseph Lee, of Cnmbe^^land, B. I. Her chfldren were 
Ketcton^ Galen ^ and AJfiredJ' 

Bebee was twice married : first, to Ezra Barms ; second, to Deacon Jacob 
Ide. George,'' of Tannton, Mass., and Ira BamtSf'' of Providence, B- 1., both 
physicians, are her sons. 



[65.] JOHN* PECK, son of Hexby,^ left Eehoboth, and set- 
tled in Eoyalston, Mass., about 1775. From there he remored to 
Montpelier, Vt., in 1806, where he died, March 4, 1812. He was 
a farmer ; and while he resided in Royalston was one of the town 
officers many years. He devoted a portion of his time to school 
teaching, and, I am told, was quite a poet* He married Mary 
Drown. 



* A poem, in opposition to the doctrine of Universal Salvation, said to have 
been written by him, was published in pamphlet form in 1813, and reprinted 
by John P. Jewett & Co., Boston, in 1858. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR. 



51 



CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 



163.+Joshua, b. 
164. Oliver, b. d. 1786, onm. 
165.+Hiram« b. 
166.+Natlianiel, b. 



167.+Squlre, b. 
168.+John, b. 

169. Rachel, b. 

170. Mary, b. 



Sachel married William Drown. 

Marp married a Hathaway, and settled in Vermont. One of her sons is a 
merchant in Boston, of the firm of Hicks & Hathaway. 



[66.] HENRY* PECK, son of Hbnby,* settled in Seekonk, 
upon what has been known in that vicinity as the Dr. Brigham 
farm. 

He married Naomi Peck (No. 84), daughter of Abiezer Peck, 
April 25, 1765. She died June 8, 1824. He August 8, 1839. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 



171. Gideon, b. Nov. 14, 1765. 

172. Martha, b. 

173. Lucy, b. 

174. Henry, b. d. nnm. 

175. Naomi, b. 



176.+Wimam, b. 

177. Ezra, b. was lost at sea. 

178. Hannah, b. d. AprU 30, 1863. 

179. Mary, b. 

180. SaUy, b. 



Martha married Thomas BnUock. 
Lticy married WiUiam Daggett. 
Naomi married Simeon Read. 

Hannah married Thomas Bullock, who had been the husband of her sister 
Martha, deceased. 
Sally married Drayton Carpenter. 

[68.] DANIEL* PECK, son of Henry,* removed from Reho- 
both, and settled in Royalston, Mass., about 1775; an industrious 
and enterprising farmer. 

He married Relief Joy, of Rehoboth, November 7, 1771. 

He died in Royalston, in 1814. She died in 1832. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 



181.-f Daniel, b. Feb. 6, 1772. 
182.-fIchabod, b. April 6, 1774. 



187. Sally, b. Sept. 9, 1781. 
188.+Moses, b. Dec. 17, 1783. 



183. SaUy, b. Nov. 29, 1775. Died 189. Rebeckah, b. Oct. 16, 1785. 



Sept. 17, 1778. 
184.+Solomon, b. March 6, 1776. 



190. Charlott, b. Aug. 4, 1787. 

191. Lydia, b. Nov. 16, 1789. 



185. Royal, b. March 7, 1778. Died 192. ReUef, b. Sept. 11, 1792. Died 



Sept. 19, 1778. 
186.-fCalvin, b. Oct. 16, 1779. 



nnm. 
193. Huldah, b. Aug. 11, 1794. 



52 PECK GENEALOGY, — PART FIRST. 

Sally married Asa Gould, November 24, 1808, and settled in Warwick, Mass. 

Bebeckah married Salma Algiers, for her first hasband, and Eugene Baker, 
for her second. She was residing in Chelsea, Mass., in 1865. To her kind- 
ness I am indebted for my Information. 

Lydia married Rey. Joseph Hancock, of Montpelier, Vt. 

Huldah married John Fierce ; settled in Swanzey, N. H., where she died, 
leaving no issue. 

[73.] SOLOMON* PECK, son of Henry,* left Rehoboth, 
Mass., and settled in Royalston, in 1779. He at first purchased 
about thirty acres of land, to which by enterprise and industry he 
afterwards added much. He died November 14, 1822. 

His wife, before marriage, was Anna Wheeler. They were mar- 
ried July 1772. She died November 10, IS 10. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

194. Rachel, b. Nov. 15, 1773. Died 201. PoUy, b. Nov. 9, 1787. Died in 

Sept. 19, 1794. 1807. 

195. Silvia, b. Feb. 17, 1775. 202. Betsy, b. June 25, 1790. 

196. Sally, b. Jan. 26, 1777. 203. Ambrose, b. June 12, 1792. Died 
197.-HSolomon, b. May 4, 1779. June 24, 1808. 
198.-|-Jaines W., b. July 7, 1781. 204. Harvey, b. March 81, 1794. Died 
199.-|-Benoni, b. July 27, 1783. Dec. 2, 1810. 

200. Anna, b. July 12, 1785. 205. Martha, b. Nov. 21, 1798. 

206. Diana, b. Aug. 8, 1800. 

Silvia married Ebenezer Chase, February 20, 1800, and settled at Athol, 
Mass. 
Sally married Comfort Fuller. They and their children are deceased. 
Anna married Amos Goff, September 5, 1805 ; no issue. 
Betsy married Samuel Goff, September 5, 1811, and settled in Ohio. 
Martha married Ezra Baldwin, September 26, 1820 ; settled in Ohio. 
Diana married Daniel Boyce, January 1, 1818, and settled in Vermont. 

[74.] OLIVERS PECK, son of Henry,* lived and died in the 
northerly part of Rehoboth, where his son now resides, an indus- 
trious and wealthy farmer. He married Hannah Bliss, October 
25, 1774. He died January 26, 1839. She March 14, 1837. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

207. Darius, b. Jan. 20, 1776; left 211.+Rufh8, b. June 17, 1786. 

no famUy. 212.+Caleb, b. Jan. 10, 1789. 

208. Hannah, b. June 6, 1778. 218.+Samuel, b. Nov. 24, 1791. 

209. Lepha, b. Jan. 23, 1781. Died 214. Royal, b. May 11, 1794. Died 

Sept. 2, 1792. April 29, 1815, onm. 

210.+Oliver C, b. Feb. 9, 1784. 216. Lepha B., b. Dec. 13, 1797. 



DESCENDAKTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR. 53 

Bannah married Leonard Hodges, of Norton. Leonard, Earle, Andrew and 
Bojfdl Hodges, of Illinois, are her descendants. 

LtpKa B, married Zeba Bliss ; settled in Portland, Maine. Zenas and Ziba 
Bliss, now residing there, are her descendants. 

[77.1 SAMUEL* PECK, son of Rev. Samuel/ settled upon 
the lands given him by his father. He was a wealthy farmer. The 
fitrm is the one recently owned and occupied by Mr. William 
Govel, of Rehoboth, now deceased. 

He married Sarah Jencks, of Pawtucket, R. I. 

CHILDBEN — SIXTH GENERATION: (B. BeC, B. 3, p. 116.) 

216. Sosannah, b. Feb. 26, 1760. 221. John, b. Sept. 8, 1772. Died 

217. Hannah, b. July 25, 1762. nnm. 

218. Sarah, b. Jnly 21, 1765. 222. Eye, b. Jane 7, 1775. Died 
219.4-George, b. March 7, 1768. May 16, 1804. 

220. Lydia, b. Sept. 5, 1769. 

Susannah married Elnathan Lake, and resided in Behoboth. Her daughter 
Lifdia married WUliam Covel, and settled upon the homestead of her grand- 
fikther. From her I received my information in relation to her colinections. 

Sarah married GrindaU Chase, and moved to Fiainfleid, Conn. 

Hannah married Gaieus Feck, No. 2669. 

[78.] ALLEN* PECK, son of Rev. Samuel,* resided for some 
years in Providence, then returned to Reboboth, and lived and 
died upon the homestead. 

He married the widow Elizabeth Dexter, of Providence. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : (R. RCC, B. 4, p. 98.) 

223. Hannah, b. Feb. 6, 1777. 225.+Benjamin, b. Dec. 25, 1781. 

224. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 20, 1779. 226. John R., b. March 18, 1784; no 

children. 

Hannah married Oliver Allen, of Providence, where they lived and died. 
Elizabeth married Sylvanus Martin, of Providence, where they lived and 
died. 

[79.] JOSIAH^ PECK, son of Kev. Samuel,* settled at first 
upon a part of the homestead, and then upon the farm, since occu- 
pied by the town of Seekonk as an Asylum. He married Patience 
Bos worth, September 14, 176 k 

6» 



} 



CHUDtscf — oxTH CTBrnLAnosr : (B. Bee., B. 3, p. 178.) 

227.+Jo9eph, b. Maj 30, I7S5. S3S. Siwimah, b. Sept. 20» 1777. 

228. Saamel, b. Feb. 22, 1767. Died Died imm. 

in SayaniuLh^ April 6, 1786. 234. . WiHiJun, b. Oct. 3, 1780. 

229. Patience, b. Dec 11, 1768. 235. Tanpermnce, b. Oct. 3, 1780. 

230. Betsej, b. March 30, 1771. Twins; WiQiam died Juat 5, 
231.+Jo6iah, b. April 18, 1773. 1797, on a passage firom Ha- 
232. Anne, b. Jone 6, 1775. Died Tana to Warren, B. L 

Oct. 22, 1794, onm. 

Temperance was twice married; first, to Dr. Thompson, of Warren; 

second, to Major Allen Monroe, of Seekonk. 

[81.] LEWIS^ PECK, son of Ect. Samtel,^ settled in ProTi- 
dence, where he became wealthy. He was a merchant. He bmlt 
and owned the wharf since known as Peck's Wharf. 

He married Nancy Foster, daughter of John Foster, December 
19, 1 773. He died November 10, 1 823. She March 6, 18^7, aged 
93 years, 5 months, and 16 days. 

CHIIJ>B£X — SIXTH GENERATION: 

236. Ann, h> Jan. 1, 1775. 239. Clarissa, b. April 16, 1782. Died 

237. John, b. May 25, 1777. Died April 13, 1849, nnm. 

nnm. 240. Horace, b. Oct. 22, 1784. 

238. James, b. Jan. 14, 1780. Died 

nnm. - 

Horace died, nnmarried, March 27, 1817. 

Ann married Griffin Childs, of ProTldence, B. I. She died April 15, 1816. 
Lewis Peck Childs, Esq., of Providence, is their son. To his kindness and 
generosity I am indebted for the likeness of the tombstone of his great-great 
maternal grandfather, Capt. Samuel Feck. This stone (see page 35) was 
procured in England. The work upon it is a fine specimen of art. 

[86.] PEREZ^ PECK, son of Abiezer,^ settled at first upon 
the homestead ; afterwards in Coventry, R. I., where he died. 

He married Experience Smith. She died November 7, 1803. 
He October 13, 1825. 

CniLDBEN — SIXTH GKNERATION .* 

241. Isaac, b. April 20, 1773. Died 246. Sebea, b. Sept. 18, 1783. Died 

Sept. 14, 1787. Jan. 4, 1803. 

242.+CromwelI, b. Sept. 30, 1774. 247.+Perez, b. Sept. 14, 1786. 

243. Noah, b. Sept. 17, 1776. Died 248. Cyntliia, b. May 13, 1789.. Died 

Sept. 16, 1778. Aug. 25, 1854. 

244. Arnold, b. May 5, 1778. Died 249. Irena, b. March 30, 1793. Died 

Dec. 21, 1784. June 2, 1842. 

245. Anna, b. May 18, 1781. Died 

April 2, 1851. 

Anna married Lewis Chafee ; no issue. 



0SSGHND1XTS-OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 55 

[88.] EUHU' PECK, son of Abiezbb/ settled in Providence. 
He was a house carpenter by trade and occupation. He married 
Rebecca Burlingame, daughter of Edmund Burlingame. He died 
June 23, 1806. She died December 20, 1824 She was the Exec- 
utrix upon his estate, and presented the inventory to the court 
November 24,1806. 

CHILDBEN — 8ECTH GBNBRATEON: 

250. Mary, b. May 29, 1777. Died 254. Cyrus, b. Oct. 3, 1787. 

Aug. SO, 1779. 255. Maria, b. Oct. 9, 1790. 

251. WUliam, b. Sept. 16, 1779. 256. Elizabeth, b. Jane 10, 1793. Died 

Died Nov. 6, 1798, nnm. Oct. 13, 1794. 

252. Benjamin, b. Oct. 14, 1781. 257. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 29, 1794. Died 

Died Jan. 5, 1803, nnm. May 7, 1856. 

253. Anne, b. April 14, 1785. 

Anne married Bev. Lather Bailey, October 8, 1808. Mr. Bailey settled in 
Medway, Mass., where he preached twenty-seven years. He died December 
1861. 

Cjprus married Ann Jackson, of New York City, and left one child by the 
name of Mary Ann. 

Maria was living, in 1863, unmarried. 

[93.] GEORGES PECK, son of Daniel,^ resided upon the 
estates, in Cumberland, R. I., inherited from his father and grand- 
father. He was a man of much distinction in the town. He repre- 
sented it in the General Assembly, and held various offices. 

He held a colonel's commission during the war of the Revolution, 
in which he took an active interest. 

He was twice married; first, to Phebe Whipple, daughter of 
Stephen Whipple, April 12, 1770. About 1782 he left Cumber- 
land, and settled at Eastport, Me. He resided for several years 
upon the Island of Campobello. He drew a pension for several 
years previous to his decease. His second wife was Phebe Ballon, 
daughter of Elisha Ballon, of Cumberland. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE — SEVENTH GENERATION: (C. RCC, B. 1, p. 128.) 

258. Daniel, b. Oct. 7, 1770. Died 262. George, b. March 10, 1779. 

UDin. 268. Anster, b. June 5, 1781. Died 

269. Amey, b. May 2, 1772. July 9, 1811, unra. 

260. Sally, b. June 2, 1774. 264. Whipple, b. Aug. 13, 1783. Died 

261. Anna, b. May 2, 1776. Died nnm. 

nnm. 



56 PECK OENEALOGT, — PART FIRST. 

George died at sea on board the ship ** Washington," March 1799. 

BT SECOND wife: 

265. John. 268. Clarissa. 

266. Henry. 269. Nancy. 

267. George. 270. Alpha. 

The sons died in early life without issue. 
Affiey married Richard Arnold, August 11, 1798. 

Sally married Stephen Joslyn, of Cumberland, R. I., where she was resid- 
ing a widow in 1863. 
Clarissa married Capt. Henry Young, and settled in New Brunswick. 
Ndnqf married Constantine Wilson, and settled at Falmouth, Nova Scotia. 
Alpha married, and settled in New Brunswick. 

[95.] DANIEL^ PECK, son of Ichabod,* enlisted in the war 
of the Revolution. After its close, he settled in Marlborough, N. H. 
From there he moved to Sand Lake, Rensselaer County, N. T., 
where he died, May 30, 1840. 

He married Mehitable Harvey, of Mariborough, in 1780. She 
died November 12, 1826. 

CHILDREX — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

271. Philotte, b. March 2, 1781. 276.+John, b. Aug. 24, 1792. 

272.+Joel, b. Nov. 6, 1782. 276.+Harvey, b. Jan. 2, 1795. 

273.-|-Danlel, b. May 30, 1785. 277.+Ichabod, b. March 4, 1797. Died 
274.+Bethuel, b. June 16, 1788. young. 

PhiloUe married Moses Mowry, of Otsego County, N. Y. 

[98.] ICHABOD« PECK, son of Ichabod,* settled first m 
Marlborough, N. H., then in Fulton County, N. Y., near Johnstown, 
where he died, May 1, 1848. He married Mary Dean in 1780. 
She died in Hadley, Saratoga County, in 1 814. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : (A. RCC, B. 8, p. 36.) 

278. Mary, b. Jan. 15, 1782. Died 282.+George W., b. Jan. 17, 1795. 

in 1833. 283. Samuel D., b. 1797. Died in 1813. 

279. Sarali, b. 1784. Died 1789. 284.+01iver D., b. 1800. 
280.+Charle8, b. Jan. 14, 1786. 286. Sally Ann, b. 1805. Died 1807. 
281. Lydia, b. 1788. 286.+ Alexander D., b. 1808. 

Mary married a man by the name of Carmittee, and left children. 
Lydia married James Smith ; died 1856. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK; JB. 57 

[99.] JEREMIAH^ PECK, son of Ich/bod,^ Uved and died in 
Attleborough, Mass. He married Elizabeth Gains, December 25, 
1792. He died April 26, 1846. She died February 20, 1846. 

CHILDBBN — BJVKHTH GENERATION: 

287.+George, b. Maj 22, 1794. 291.+Daniel, b. Sept. 8, 1802. 

288.+Lewis, b. April 1, 1796. 292. John, b. March 22, 1805. 

289.+Walcott, b. March 4, 1798. 298. Lydia, b. Jan. 22, 1811. 
290. Margaret, b. Oct. 21, 1799. 

Margaret married Matthew CampbeU, and settled in Attleborongh, Mass. 

John married Louisa HaU, March 20, 1883, and settled in East Attleborongh, 
Mass., where he died, March 11, 1865, leaving no issue. His wife survived 
him, and was residing there, a widow, in 1865. 

Lydia was residing in Attleborongh, unmarried, in 1864. 

[101.] LEVP PECK, son of Solomon,^ settled in Westmin- 
ster, Vt., where he died September 17, 1835. He was a prominent 
man, and much respected. He married Hannah Stodard, of West- 
minster, December 27, 1785. She died February 18, 1842. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

294.+Ara, b. Aug. 2, 1787. 297. Rhoda, b. March 27, 1798. 

295.+Uri, b. Sept. 21, 1789. 298. Mira, b. Dec. 29, 1802. 

296.+Shnbael, b. April 21, 1794. 

Rhoda married Daniel Fisher, and settled in Hinsdale, N. H. 
Mira was unmarried in 1863. 

[102.] ROYAL^ PECK, son of Solomon,^ at first settled in 
Cumberland, R. I. From there he removed to Westminster, Vt., 
•where he became one of the leading men of the town. He re- 
mained in Westminster until about 1802, when he returned, and 
settled upon the paternal homestead, in Wrentham, Mass., where 
he lived and died, honored and respected, both in his public and 
private life. He was one of the kindest of husbands, and most 
indulgent of parents. Although possessed of more than usual 
energy and decision of character, he was always kind and cour- 
teous in all his relations in life. 




He married Abigail Ballou, daughter of Noah Ballon, January 
23, 1780. She was one of the best of women, the most affection- 



58 PECK GEXEAL06T, — PABT FIRST. 

ate of wives, and the kindest of mothers. She died Jane 6, 1 846, 
in the eighty-fifth year of her age. He died September 20, 1849, 
in the ninety-first year of his age. 

CHELDBKN — BKVKMTU GKNXRATION: 

299. Celinda, b. Oct. 29, 1781, in 801.-fJoeI F., b. May 20, 1797, in 
Cumberland, R. L Westaninster, Vt. 

dOO.+WiUiam, b. Jan. 14, 1785, in d03.+Ira B., b. Feb. 12, 1805, in 
Cumberland, R. L Wrectham, Mass. 

Celinda married William Bishop, of Cambeiiand, R. I., by whom she had 
one child, a daughter, who married Gustayus Alexander, of Cumberland. She 
died January 24, 1862. Her daughter died June 23, 1853, leaying two chil- 
dren. 

[103.] JOEL* PECK, son of Solomon,* settled in Cnmber- 
land, R. I. He was a mason by trade and occupation, an indns- 
trious and worthy man. He died November 24, 1794. 

I hereby certify that Joel Peck son of Solomon Peck of Wrentham 
and Eeziah Ballon daughter of Noah Ballon of Cumberland were law- 
ftdly joined to gether in marriage on the 15th day of February 1784 
by me Abner Ballon Elder 

Reed Feb 23 1784 & Recorded accordingly 

Witness JOHN DEXTER Town aerk 

CHnJ>REN — 8BVKNTU GKNKRATION : 

803. Asmah, b. March 8, 1785. Died 305.+Fo8ter, b. Kov. 11, 1789. 

Dec 7, 1794. 306.+Lewis, b. Dec. 28, 1793. 

804. Lois. b. Dec 24, 1786. 

Lois married Arnold W. Jencks, of Cmnberland. She died October 23, 
1833. 
Her children were Joel P.," Eliza,* Harriet,* Allen* and Lewis.* 

[106.] SOLOMON* PECK, son of Solomon,^ lived and died 
in Cumberland. He was an industrious and successful farmer ; a 
man much respected. 

He married Phila Whipple, daughter of Preserved Whipple, of 
Cumberland, R. I. He died August 29, 1850. She died March 
9, 1864. 

CHILDREN — 8KVKNTU GEXERATIOK : 

307.+Amred, b. Nov. 12, 1791. 311. PhUina, b. July 2, 1801. 

308. Lucy, b. Oct. 2, 1793. 312. OUyc, b. Jane 22, 1804. 

309. Eonice, b. Sept. 22, 1795. 313.+Stephen, b. April 10, 1807. 
SlO.+Whipple, b. Jan. 19, 1798. 314.+George B., b. Oct. 26, 1810. 



DESCEin)ANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 59 

Xuqf married Joel F. Feck (No. 801). He settled in Wrentham, Mass., 
upon the homestead. 

Eunice married Joseph Metcalf, of Cumberiand, where they reside.* Their 
chUdren are Abby,* who married Edward Harris, a wealthy and extensiye 
manoAictiirer, of Woonsocket; and Eunice,^ who married Stafford W. Bazee, 
a merchant of Providence, R. I. 

FhUina married Alflred Whipple, of Cnmberland, R. I., Angost 7, 1817. 

Olive married Edward Ballon, also of Cumberland, August 21, 1825. 

[108.] JESSE P. PECK,« son of Solomon,* resided in Pel- 
ham, Mass. He was a farmer by occupation. He was well edu- 
cated, enterprising and intelligent. Much of his early life was 
spent in school teaching and public business. He became one of 
the leading men of the town. 

He was twice married : first, to Anna Cole, daughter of Joseph 
Cole, of Cumberland; second, to Matilda Tingley, daughter of 
Samuel Tingley. He died November 26, 1822. His first wife 
died November 8, 1818; his second, October 15, 1821. 

CHILDREN — 8ETKMTH GSNERATION: 

815. Azel, b. March 1800. Died May 818. Layonia, b. Aug. 24, 1808. 

23, 1817, num. 819. Harriet, b. March 23, 1811. 

816.+KeUy, b. July 16, 1802. 820. Adaline, b. July 23, 1814. 

817. Lyman, b. March 13, 1805. Died 

Oct. 26, 1828, unm. 

Harriet married Josiah Grout, and settled in Springfield, Otsego County, 
N. Y., where they reside. 

Lavonia married Thornton Furgerson, and settled in Springfield, Otsego 
County, N. Y., where they reside. 

Adaline married Daniel Whipple, of Cnmberland, R. I., where they reside. 

[111.] JOSEPH® PECK, son of Oliver,^ married Phebe 

Vincent, daughter of Jeremiah Vincent, June 6, 1788. He died 

in 1840. She in 1849. He settled in Middletown, Saratoga 
County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

821.-fJohn, b. Jan. 20, 1790. 326.+George, b. Dec. 29, 1800. 

322. Amos, b. Dec. 16, 1791. Died 827. Nancy, b. March 16, 1803. 

young. 328. Clarissa, b. Aug. 10, 1805. 

823.+Jeremiah, b. April 1, 1794. 829.+Joseph F., b. Oct. 8, 1807. 

324. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 1, 1796. Died 330. Mary, b. May 11, 1810. 

nnm. 331. Phebe, b. Oct. 4, 1812. 
325 +Ira, b. Nov. 22, 1798. 



♦ He died December 27, 1867. 



60 PECK GENEALOOTi — PAST FIBST. 

Nancy married David Cooper. 
Clarissa married John Sampson. 
Mary married John Warden. 
Phebe married John Weatherwax. 

[112.] FOSTER® PECK, son of Oliver,* I am told, settled at 
first at Fishkill, N. Y., and then in Dover, N. Y. He afterwards 
settled at Ithaca, where he died. He was twice married : first, to 
Rachel Willsee ; and second, to Widow Patience Lodes. His first 
wife died in Dover, in 1808. His second wife died in Coming, in 
1860. He died November 1849. 

CmLDBEN — SEVENTH GENERATIOK : 

John. Folly. 

Nancy. Willsee. 

Ira. Stephen. 

Betsey. Phebe.* 

John was residing at East Toledo, Ohio, In 1865. He married Lonisa Tnttle, 
September 26, 1823. She was bom Jane 19, 1804. His children were: 
Ebenezer,^ William,^ BachelJ^ Jacob,* Louisa,* John,* Levi,* Sylvia,* James,* 
Charle^ and Emma.* 

Nancy married Joseph Finkle, and settled in the vicinity of Hudson, N. Y. 

Ira died in Fishkill, N. Y., in 1816. 

Betsy married, first, Jeremiah Cronk, who died in Newfleld, Tompkins 
County, N. Y. ; second, John Woodin, and was residing in Newfield, N. Y., in 
1865. 

Polly married George Cooper. He died in 1855. She afterwards married 
Hiram Birdsell, and was residing in Maryville, Cayuga County, N. Y., in 1865. 

Willsee was residing in Hillsdale, Columbia County, N. Y., in 1865. He 
married Catharine Thompson. Their children were: Nancy,* Mary Jane,* 
Charity,* Duncan,* Louisa^* Catharine M.,* George* and Ira.* 

Stephen was residing in Gibson, Steuben County, N. Y., in 1865. 

Phebe married Alonzo Gale. 

[113.] AMOS« PECK, son of Oliver,* married Mary Wag- 
man, daughter of Henry Wagman, March 12, 1793. He died in 
1845. They resided in Saratoga, N. Y. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

332. Nancy, b. June 1, 1796. 33G. Lucinda, b. June 26, 1804. 

833. Elizabeth, b. March 15, 1797. 837. Qarina, b. Dec. 19, 1806. 

834. Rachel, b. July 7, 1799. 338.4-Amos, Jr., b. Oct. 28, 1809. 
835.4-Henry W., b. Aug. 28, 1801. 339. Mary, b. March 31, 1812. 

♦ The above family of Foster was received too late to be numbered and 
included in the index. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 61 

Xaney married Samuel Bard, March 10, 1825. 

Elizabeth married Simon P. Clark, January 15, 1827. 

Saehel married Horace Buel, May 8, 1835. 

Lueinda married Nathaniel Godard, May 20, 1885. 

Clarina married Hiram Haight, January 5, 1830. 

Mary was residing at Richfield Springs, unmarried, in 1863. 

[114.] IRA« PECK, son of Ouver,^ married Lydia Palmer, 
daughter of Caleb Palmer, of West Stockbridge, Mass. He settled 
at Saratoga, N. Y., where he resided for many years. From there 
he removed to Michigan. He died, May 4, 1864, at Owassa, 
Michigan. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

840.-f-01iver, b. Dec. 9, 1799. 344. Sarah, b. Dec. 22, 1809. Died 

841. Eliza, b. June 30, 1802. Dec. 25, 1824. 

842. Mary, b. Nov. 6, 1804. Died 845.+Ira L., b. Aug. 18, 1812. 

Sept. 23, 1822. 346. Jane M., b. Dec. 24, 1814. 

843. Ann M., b. July 9, 1807. Died 347.+Aruna C. T., b. June 12, 1817. 

July 12, 1843. 348. Louisa A., b. Dec. 28, 1819. 

Eliza married Lorenzo Hunt, and settled at Fairport, Monroe County, N. Y., 
where they were residing in 1864. 

Jane M, married, for her first husband, George W. Richards, May 15, 1854, 
and settled at New Michigan, where he died, October 26, 1855. For her 
second husband, she married Rev. John Booth, December 24, 1862, settled at 
Howell, Michigan, and afterwards at Owassa. 

Louisa A. married Amos Gould, and settled at Owassa, Michigan, where, I 
am told, Mr. Gould has been Mayor, District Attorney and Judge of Probate. 

[115.] LEWIS« PECK, son of Oliver,* settled at Ellenville, 
Ulster County, N. Y., where lie died, February 1853. He married 
Ann Maria Potter. She was living in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

349.+Stephen. 358. John B. 

360. Catharine. 354.+Enoch. 

361. Uriah. 865.+Anquevine. 

362. Rebecca. 866. Rachel. 

Catharine married John H. Goodsire, of Ellenville, N. Y. 
Bachel married Thomas Butterworth, of Homowack, N. Y^ 

[116.] ELP PECK, son of Oliver,* at first settled in Scho- 
harie County, N. Y. From there he rempyed. to, Xully^ Onondaga 

6 



62 PECK GEKEALOGT, — PAST FIBST. 

County, about 1794, where he resided for twenty-five years; when 
he removed to Pine Grove, Warren County, Pa., where he died in 
February 1854. He married Huldah Bailey, formerly Huldah 
Chase, daughter of Eleazer Chase, of Little Compton, R. L, May 
1804. She survived him, and was residing in Russellburgh, War- 
ren County, Pa., in 1865. 

CHILDRKN — 8EVEKTH GENEBATION : 

Ann, b. Sept. 27, 1805. Joseph L., b. Nov. 7, 1813. 

Wmiam, b. Oct. 6, 1807. Reuben, b. Sept. 16, 1815. 

PoUj, b. Sept. 14, 1809. Alonzo, b. June 30, 1818. 

Ann married Jesse Patten, of ToUy, Onondaga Ck>ant7, N. Y., where they 
were residing in 1865. Their chUdren were : Harriet M.,* Fidelia H.^ Bobert 
^.,8 Frances P.« and Bosalie E.* 

William married Rhoda Brooks, and settled in Erie, Whiteside Coonty, HI., 
where he died. His children were : Huldah,^ Beuben,*^ Mercy ^^ Ann^ and Erne- 
line.^ 

Polly married Jeremiah Rneland, and was residing at Pine Grove, Warren 
County, Pa., in 1865. Their children were: Huldah,"^ Eli^^ Learnt and 
SylveeUr^ 

Joseph L. married Sarah PearsaU, daughter of John PearsaU, of TuUy, 
Onondaga County, N. Y., January 1848. They resided in Camden, K. Y., in 
1865. Their chUdren were : One died in in&ncy, and Charles,^ who married 
Sarah Dimond, March 1861. 

Beuhen married Mary £. Raynor, and was residing in Elk, Warren County, 
Pa., in 1865. Their chUdren were : Mary Jl,' Wesley,^ Phehe A.,* Edwin 2>.,' 
Harriet i.,® Flora -4.,' JBei^intii ^.," Nancy E.^ and Emma G.^ 

Alonzo married Fanny Palmer, September 18, 1842, and was residing in 
Farmington, Pa., in 1865. Their children were: Amos,* Huldah^* Zoar,* 
Eunice* and Bohert A.* 

The names of the above children were received too late to be numbered and 
included in the index. 



[118.] BENJAMIN® PECK, son of BENJAMm,^ settled at 
South Adams, Mass., where he died, October 4, 1857, in his 89th 
year. He was a very benevolent, kind-hearted man, and much 
respected. While collecting the genealogy of his branch, I received 
many letters of interest from him. He took a deep interest in the 
subject until the close of his life. He married Patience Chase. 
She died May 27, 1866. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 63 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

357. Lucy, b. June 20, 1793 ^ 863.+Levi, b. Aug. 31, 1807. 

858. PoUy, b. June 20, 1793 5 ^'^^^^- 864. Ruth, b. Aug. 4, 1809. 

859. Chloe, b. June 8, 1797. 365.+George, b. Oct. 11, 1811. 

860. Phebe, b. Oct. 26, 1799. 866. Maria S., b. Dec. 9, 1813. 
861.4-Jacob, b. Dec 6, 1801. 867.+Bei\jamin, b. Dec 6, 1817. 
862.+Cyru8, b. Feb. 21, 1804. 

Polly married Otis Sprague, and settled at Huron, Erie County, Ohio. Their 
children are : John PP.,* Asa,^ Celia -4.,* Lucy 3f.,® Martha P.,* and Almira B,,* 
Sprague. 

CfUoe married Miles H. Andrews, June 29, 1817. Their children are : Eliza,^ 
Lucyj^ Harris Z.,* Comelitis D, C," and Chloe P." Andrews. 

Phebe married Henry Larkin, and settled at Troy, N. Y. Their children 
were : Marie L.f Samuel f Qewge -HI,' TheheA,^ H, M,,^ and Chloe A,^ Larkin. 
He died July 27, 1837, and she July 22, 1839. 

Buth married Benjamin T. Hoxie, September 7, 1828, and settled in Iowa. 
Their chUdren were : Herbert 3f.,' Melissa P.,« Melville B.,^ Bose M.,^ William 
-HI," George P.,* and Florence S.^ Hoxie. 

Maria 8. married David Aldrich, May 31, 1838. Their children were : Daniel 
A.^ Fhebe M.^ George H^ and Newton B.^ Aldrich. 

[119.] JAMES« PECK, son of Benjamin,^ settled in Glen- 
vflle, Schenectady County, N. Y., where he lived and died. He 

• 

married Deborah Manchester. She was born December 1774, and 
died December 24, 1851. 

CHILDIIEX — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

308. Ruby, b. Nov. 9, 1798. 374. JeflSerson, b. Ang. 26, 1808. 

869. Patience, b. Feb. 9, 1800. 375. Hannah, b. Nov. 19, 1809. Died 

370. Sarah, b. Feb. 22, 1802. Dec. 31, 1856. 

371.-f-George J., b. Sept. 28, 1803. 376. Nancy, b. Aug. 18, 1811. Died 

872. Lewis, b. Feb. 9, 1805. July 10, 1860. 

373. Olive, b. Oct. 10, 1806. Died 877. Sebea, b. Aug. 9, 1813. 

Aug. 10, 1832. 378. Clarissa, b. July 21, 1815. 

Patience married Asa Lawrence. 

Sarah married Pardon Angell. 

Lewis married his cousin, Deborah Wing, of Greenfield, Saratoga County, 
N. T., and emigrated to Oregon. No issue. 

Olite married William T. Benedict. 

Nancy married Perry Yates, to whom I am indebted for a record of the 
family. 

Sebea located at Dundee, Kane County, where he engaged in mercantile 
pursuits. He married Melissa Klbby. His wife died in about eighteen 
months after their marriage, and he in abo^t one year after her decease. No 
issue. 

Clarissa married, first, a Mr. Hewitt ; second, Philander Stuart. 



64 PECK 0ENEAL06T; — PART FIRST. 

[121.] GEORGE® PECK, son of Benjamin,* resided for some 
time at Ballston, N. Y. He afterwards settled about two miles 
southwest from Saratoga Springs, where he owned a forge and 
carried on an extensive business. When I visited the place, the 
privilege was unoccupied ; but several of the old buildings were 
still standing. He was a man of untiring energy and perseverance, 
and by his industry became wealthy. He married Elizabeth Ellis, 
daughter of Robert Ellis, of Saratoga, February 6, 1801. 

CHIIJ>REN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

879. Robert E., b. Dec. 7, 1801. Died 881. Elizabeth H., b. 

Oct. 6, 1803. 882. Elenor E.. b. July 4, 1812. 

380. James E., b. . Died at 883.+George, b. July 2, 1816. 

sea. 

Elizabeth married RockweU Patnam, and settled at Saratoga. 
Elenor married WiUiam Kidd, and settled at Rochester, N. Y. 

[125.] OTIS« PECK, son of Jathniel,^ settled in Rehoboth, 
near the homestead of his father, and carried on the business of the 
forge, which had been occupied by him. He was a man of exten- 
sive business. He was a justice of the peace, and held other 
public oflSces. He married Grace Carpenter. He died October 
9, 1805. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : (R. ReC, B. 4, p. 130.) 

884. Charlotte, b. Jan. 27, 1774. 389.+Otls, b. March 23, 1785. 

885.+Jathniel, b. April 22, 1775. 890. Nancy, b. Jan. 9, 1787. 

886. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 8, 1777. 891. Vashtla, b. March 9, 1789. 

887. Esther, b. Oct. 26, 1778. 892. Perla, b. Nov. 9, 1791. Died 

888. Grace, b. March 28, 1782. Died April 11, 1792. 

May 17, 1802, nnm. 

Charlotte married George Williams, of Dighton, Mass. 
Esther married Caleb Bliss, and settled in Vermont. 
Elizabeth married Rnssell Smith, of Taunton, Mass. 
Vashtia married Ezra Perry. 
Nanqf married Darius Bowen. 

[127.] JAilES^ PECK, son of Jathniel,^ settled in Rehoboth, 
upon the east side of Great Meadow Hill, so called. He was a 
soldier in the army of the Revolution. He married Lydia Pratt 
He died April 3, 1834. She October 20, 1838, in her 73d year. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 65 

CHILDBEN — SEVENTH OEXERATION .' (R. ReC., B. 4, p. 183.) 

393. SUda, b. Jan. 18, 1785. Died 897. Linda, b. June 29, 1798. Died 

nnm. nnm. 

894.+Bela, b. Not. 19, 1786. 898. Cynthia, b. Sept. 21, 1800. 

895.+Lyman, b. July 28, 1792. 899.+Horatio, b. April 21, 1806. 

896.-i-Oren, b. Sept. 16, 1795. 

CfjftUhia married Leonard Nie, of Tannton, Mass. 

[131.] SHTJBAEL« PECK, son of Jathnibl,^ settled in the 
neighborhood of his brothers. He resided in what was known as 
the forge house. He married Hannah Williams, of Dighton, Mass. 
She was born November 29, 1784. 

CHILDBEN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

400. Clarissa, b. Feb. 1, 1808. 405. Olive B., b. Dec. 15, 1818. 

401.+George W., b. Oct. 80, 1810. 406. Edward J., b. Jan. 29, 1821. 
402. + Jeremiah P., b. March 9, 1812. Died unm. 

40S.+Wimam P., b. Jan. 17, 1814. 407. Henry W., b. Feb. 23, 1824. 
404. Sarah W., b. April 1, 1816. 

Clarissa married Rhodolphus G. White, of Taunton. 
Sarah W. married Newton Capron, of Smlthfleld, R. L 
(Hive married Asaph Bliss, of Rehoboth. 
Henry W> went to California. Supposed died nnmarried. 

[132.] BENONI^ PECK, son of Jathniel,^ settled near his 
father. He married Mary Horton, daughter of William Horton, 
of Rehoboth, Mass. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

408. Esther B. 412. Lucy Ann. 

409.-fWiUiam H. 413. Mary. 

410.4-I'ibbeus. 414. JuUanna C. 

411. Albert. 415.+Sylvester. 

There were two other children, who died in Inftincy. 

Esther married Jacob Green, of Thompson, Conn. 

Albert, when last heard from, was in Montpeller, Vt. I have been unable 
to find him. 

Lucy Ann married William L. Barrus, of Warren, R. I. ; they reside in 
Providence. 

Mary married Job B. Grossman, of Taunton, Mass. 

Julianna C married Obed Ruggles, of Medway, Mass. 

[133.] EDMONDS PECK, son of Jathniel,* at first settled 
near Great Meadow Hill, so called, and afterwards lived and died 
6* 



66 PECK GENEALOGY, — PABT FIBST. 

upon the farm occupied in 1862 by Lewis L. Hix. He married 
Sybil Codding, of Dighton, Mass., daughter of William Codding. 

CniLDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: (B. Rec, B. 4, p. ISl.) 

416. George W., b. Feb. 4, 1795. 420.+Amold J., b. May 26, 1803. 

417. Caleb M., b. Oct. 9, 1796. 421.-fOtifl, b. April 24, 1808. 
418.+£dinond J., b. Sept. 5, 1798. 422. Maria, b. Sept. 12, 1810. 
419. SybU, b. Aug. 10, 1800. 423.+Henry W., b. Jan. 16, 1814. 

* Caleb M, married Tamma Stebbins, August 24, 1830, and settled at Mnnson, 
Geaaga County, Ohio, where he died August 24, 1855. His children were : 

Henry IT.," b. May 23, 1831, and was residing in Iowa in 1866. 
Alroy E., b. February 28, 1833, and was residing in Chardon, Ohio, in 1866. 
Maria P., b. February 26, 1836 ; residing in Chardon in 1866. 
George C, b. August 31, 1839 ; residing in Chardon in 1866. 
Louisa E., b. April 15, 1846 ; residing in Chardon in 1866. 
Oren C, b. April 26, 1849; residing in Chardon in 1866. 
Sybil married Randall Haskins, of Rehoboth, Mass. 

Maria married Jotham Hicks, and was residing in Elast Bridgewater, Mass., 
in 1865. 

[136.] GEORGE W.« PECK, son of Jathniel,* settled, lived 
and died upon the homestead. He was twice married : firsts to 
Martha Wheaton, daughter of CoL Joseph Wheaton, of Rehoboth; 
second, to Hannah Carpenter, daughter of Abial Carpenter, of 
Rehoboth. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

424. Mary Ann, b. June 3, 1805. By second wife : 

425. Sarah W., b. March 2, 1807. 428. George W., b. Dec. 4, 1817. 

Died April 23, 1812. Died unm. 

426. Martha W., b. April 7, 1809. 429. Hannah C, b. Sept. 10, 1820. 
427. " Catharine S., b. July 22, 1811. 430. Handell D. W., b. Sept. 14, 1826. 

Died young. 

Martha IF. married Christopher C. Dean, of Taunton, Mass. 
Handell D. W* was residing in Boston, Mass., in 1863, unm.f 

[141.] CROMWELL^ PECK, son of Ebenezer,* lived and 
died upon the homestead. He married Peddj Cushman, March 6, 
1796. 

* This family was received too late to be numbered and entered in the 
index. 

t Died suddenly, in a sleeping car, on his way from Boston to New York, 
December 1, 1867. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR. 67 



CHILDBHN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

431. Shabael, b. Feb. 13, 1797. Died 435. Peddy, b. March 20, 1805. 

Nov. 16, 1826, unm. 436.+Nelson, b. April 4, If 07. 

482. Amanda, b. May 2, 17d9. 437.+Bradford, b. March 7, 1809. 

433.+Billiiig8, b. May 11, 1801. 438. Laura A., b. March 10, 1811. 
434.+Parliamon, b. March 24, 1803. Died unm., Dec. 14, 1833. 

Amanda married Elnathan Jones, of Behoboth. She died December 17, 
1833. 

Peddy married : first, Edmond J. Feck (No. 418), and then James Bliss ; and 
was a widow, residing with her daaghter, in 1862.* 

[143.] WILLIAMS* PECK, son of Philip,^ at first settled in 
Behoboth. He was for a time interested in the factory now known 
as the Orleans Factory. He afterwards removed to East Bloom- 
field, Genesee County, N. Y., where he died July 12, 1843. 

He married Sybel Short, January 12, 1800. 

CHILDBEN — SEYBNTH GENERATION: 

439. Serepta M., b. March 5, 1801. 448. RnfUs B., b. Jan. 18, 1811. Died 

440. Ruth S., b. July 13, 1808. Nov. 12, 1825. 
441.+Parmenia W., b. Sept. 21, 1808. 444.+Horatio N., b. July 24, 1813. 
442.4-Ira B., b. Dec. 22, 1809. 445. Delight G., b. March 25, 1815. 

446. Martha W., b. July 11, 1817. 

Serepta married Daniel S. Brambles. He died in Michigan. She was living, 
in 1863, a widow. 

Buth S, married Stephen H. Lovejoy ; settled in Ogden, Monroe County, 
N. Y. 

Delight O. married Thomas Flagg; settled in Alabama, Genesee County, 
N. Y. 

Martha married James Colby; settled in Ogden, Monroe County, N. Y. 

[144.] LEMUEL® PECK, son of Philip,^ resided in Reho- 
both until his decease. He married Sally Jones, daughter of 
Ebenezer Jones, of Taunton, Mass., November 30, 1797. She 
died May 3, 1840. He April 11, 1848. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

447.+Josephus^ b. Dec. 28, 1801. 448. Philip, b. Aug. 4, 1804, and died 

April 20, 1840. 

[147.] JAMES« PECK, son of Philip,^ settled at Montpelier, 
Vt.; where he resided until 1816, when he removed to the French 



S8 FBCK GfiSEALOGT, PAST 

Idk. vbere he died June 17, 1^23. He was twice married: first, 
to A^iigail Jones, October 2, 1803: second, to Hannah Sanborn, 
December 22. 1819. He was an enterprising business man, owned 
a nail iacCorr, kept a dry goods store, dealt in lomber, etc 

449. Boweoa TobT, b. Dec 1$, 1805. 452. Hiilip WnUims, b. Kor. 4^ 1S13. 

4S0L+<^oiiatiiaii Jones, b. Aug. 29, Siq^KMse mun. 

leOtf. 453. Oriiida, b. Dec 3, ISIS. 

45L CeliDcU, b. Not. 21, 1«10. Died 4M. Gideoo Hicks, b. Mmj 8, 1818. 

in Behoboth, Apiii 10, 1830. Died Mjij 11, 1S18. 

4S5. AbigaU J., b. Aug. 3, 1820. 

Btnteua T. married Silas Wheelock, and settled in Calais, Tt., where she 
was residing in \b^. To her Isindness I am indebted for mj informatioii in 
relation to the familj. 

Orimia married Azariah Moor, of West Fairiee. 

Migaa J, married Benjamin O'DonneU; settled at Jamaica, Long IsUnd. 

[160.] EBEXEZER« PECK, son of Phiup,* first settled in 
Behoboth^ afterwards in Lyndon, Tt. He died Jane 27, 1851. 

He was twice married: first, to Nancy Horton, daughter of 
William Horton, of Swanzej, Jolv 28, 1805; second, to Patience 
Siort 

CHILDREX — SEVENTH GEXERATIOX : 

456.+Kartin EL, b. Maj 27, 1&06. 459. Kancr F., b. March 12, 1811. 

457. Ann Eliza, b. Oct. 7, 1807. 4€0. Sally A., b. Maj 30, 1814. 

458.+James M., b. Jane 12, lb09. 461.+Laciiis W., b. March 28, 1821. 

Ann Eliza married Lewis Gilson, of Danville, Yt., son of Samoel GQson, 
KoTcmber 25, 1835. Their children were : Henry JT.,' b. Xorember 16, 1836, 
Mary X.,* b. July 12, 1840, Edvcard P.," b. Janaary 4, 1844, and Marika J?.,* b. 
Kovember 20, 1852. 

Xancy F. married Joseph Page, of Wentworth, N. H. Sarah J., their only 
child, married Robert Shelboam, of Graves Coanty, Ky., December 20, 18S5, 
and died. May 22, 1856, in the twenty-fifth year of her age. 

Sally A, married, for her first husband, Horatio Morrill, of Wheelock, Yt., 
September 9, 1833, by whom she had two children, JameM P.,* b. Angnst 13, 
1836, and Luvai,* b. January 16, 1841. For her second husband, she married 
£11 Smith, of Graves County, Ky. By him she had one child, Marika^* b. 
June 11, 1845. She died March 17, 1847. 

[152.] CYREL C.« PECK, son of Philip,* settled upon the 
homestead, where he was residing when I visited him, in 1 862. To 
him I am indebted for my information in relation to his branch of 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 69 

the name. He, and his son near him, were the only ones left here 
to represent this branch of the Pecks, or who have continued to 
hold any of the great tract of land once owned by them in this 
vicinity. He owns a valuable farm, and has carried on with it the 
blacksmiihing business. He married Cynthia Hicks, November 29, 
1810. 

CHn.DBKN — SEVENTH GENEBATION : 

462.+CyTcl C. jr., b. Feb. 8, 1812. 469. Cassandana W., b. June 29, 1826. 

4e3.+Joseph 8., b. Nov. 22, 1818. 470.+George G., b. Sept. 22, 1830. 

464. Ablah W., b. Jan. 19, 1816. 471.+Alflred B., b. July 80, 1883. 

465. Cynthia H., b. Oct. 23, 1817. 472. Ruth A., b. Feb. 26, 1836. 
466.+Philip W., b. Sept. 21, 1819. 473. Sereptina A., b. March 20, 1828. 

467. Mason S., b. Feb. 26, 1822. Died Aug. 27, 1833. 

468. Rboda M., b. March 4, 1824. 

Abi<ih W. was in California, unmarried, in 1862. 
Cynthia H, married Jacob White. 
Bhoda M, married Nathaniel Thurber. 
Cassandana W» married Josiah Woodworth. 

Mason 8. married Azuba Bagley. He was residing in Pawtucket, R. I., in 
1863; no issue. 

[ 1 5Q.'] BENJAMIN PECK,« son of Solomon,^ settled in Provi- 
dence, R. I. He married Sarah Batchelor, July 4, 1797. 
The following epitaphs are from their tombstones : 

Benjamin Peck, born August 1, Sarah Peck, widow of Benja- 
1767, died October 18, 1832. min Peck, and daughter of Rev. 

William Batchelor, born March 
21, 1776, died May 10, 1864. 

"OUR MOTHER." 

Upright with man, he had hope A believer in Christ from early 
toward God only through Jesus years, she waited trustingly " all the 
Christ. days of her appointed time " for His 

salvation. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

474.-f-Wllliam, b. April 6, 1798. 478.+George B., b. Aug. 6, 1807. 

475.+Solomon, b. Jan. 26, 1800. 479. Galen, b. Sept. 9, 1812. Died 

476. Harriet, b. Oct. 5, 1801. March 26, 1830. 

477. Fanny, b. Jane 9, 1804. 

Harriet was residing in Providence in 1864, nnm. 
Fanny died July 1867, nnm. 



70 PECK GENEALOGTy — PART FIRST. 

[157.] DAVID« PECK, son of Sommon,* settled in Provi- 
dence, R. L I am told, he was for some time deacon of the Sec- 
ond Baptist Church. He married Elizabeth Hicks, of Satton, 
Mass. 

CHILDREN — BKVKSTB. GKNERATIOX : 

480. Lyman, b. July 1, 1792. Died 483. Darid, b. Not. 2, 1798. Died 

nnm., Sept. 23, 1817. anm. 

481. Lydia, b. Jaly 13, 1794. 484. Anna, b. Oct. 26, 1800. 
482.+Lewis, b. Sept. 17, 1796. 485. Elizabeth, b. June 22, 1805. 

486. Joseph C, b. Aug. 5, 1807. 

Lydia married John Calder, of ProTidence, where they were residing in 
1863. 

Elizabeth married Joshua H. Fowler, January 31, 1836, and was a widow, 
residing in Froridence, in 1863. 

Joseph C, removed west ; unknown where he is. 

[168.] SOLOMON^ PECK, son of Solomon,* settled in Provi- 
dence, where he died August 27, 1809. He married Huldah 
Kinsley, of Providence. 

CHILDBEK — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

487. Sally, b. Sept. 7, 1801. 488. Ann L., b. June 1805. 

Sally married Elijah BeUows, and settled in Savanna, Bl., where she was 
residing, in 1863, a widow. 

Ann L, married James Temple; settled in Galena, 111., where she died, 
leaving two daughters, one of whom married Rev. WUliam Bray, of Aurora, 
lU. 

[163.] JOSHUA® PECK, son of John,* settled at first in 
Eoyalston, Mass., then in Montpelier, Vt., and afterwards in Clin- 
ton, Me., where he died. He was a soldier of the Revolution, and 
received a pension during the latter part of his life. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

489. Sally. 490. Esther. 

Sally married a man by the name of Quinly, for her first husband, and 
Michael Casey, for her second. 
Esther married a man by the name of Bowler. 

[165.] HIRAM« PECK, son of John,^ settled, at an early 
date, at Montpelier, Yt. He took an active interest in the organ- 
ization of the town, and was one of the first Selectmen. He moved 



DESCEKBANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 71 

firom Montpelier to Watcrbury, where, I am told, he was a promi- 
nent man ; jfrom here he removed to Parishville, N. Y., where he 
died. He married Wealthy Kibburn, February 20, 1801. He died 
January 28, 1831, aged 67 years. She died March 16, 1836. 

CHILDREN — 8KVJEMTU GENERATION: 

491. Albert, b. Jnne 18, 1802. Died 497. Minerva, b. May 81, 1818. Died 

in infancy. in childhood. 

492. Chauncey H., b. Oct. 4, 1804. 498.+Hiram H., b. Nov. 16, 1815. 

493. Minerva, b. July 26, 1806. Died 499. Josiah K., b. Feb. 5, 1818. Died 

in inf)Euicy. yonng. 

494. Lucy, b. Jan. 18, 1809. 500.+John W., b. Nov. 7, 1819. 

495. Mary, b. April 1, 1811. > 501.+Comer M., b. March 18, 1822. 

496. Sarah, b. April 1, 1811. ) 

Twins. Sarah drowned in 
childhood. 

Chauncey H, has been twidb married: first, to Grace Spencer; second, to 
Sosan Willard. He was residing at Prescott, Canada West, in 1863. 
Lucy married H. Christy, of Medina, N. Y. 
Mary married J. T. Gould, and died April 9, 1834. 

[166.] NATHANIEL* PECK, son of John,^ settled in Mont- 
pelier at an early date, where he died April 10, 1827. He was a 
farmer. He was twice maiTied : first, to Jane Toggett; second, to 
widow Phebe Carpenter, formerly Phebe Smith, daughter of Eze- 
kiel Smith, of Rehobofli, Mass. She died October 30, 1844. He 
was a man much respected and honored in the community in which 
he resided. 

CHILDItEN — SEVENTH OENERATION : 

502. Mary, b. Jnne 19, 1796. By his second wife : 

503. Laura J., b. Dec. 15, 1804. 504.+Addlson, b. Sept. 6, 1807. 

505.-hRusseU, b. Nov. 10, 1809. 
506. Sharlock, b. March 27, 1812. 

There were other chUdren by his first wife, who died young, viz : Gustavus 
Adolphns, Flavious Josephus, and Laura; and two by his second wife, who 
died in infancy. 

Mary was residing in MontpeUer in 1863, unm. 

Laura Jane married Stephen Wright, and settled in Berlin, Vt. 

Sharlock married Margaret Clifford, and was residing in Montpelier, Vt., in 
1862 ; no issue. 

[167.] SQUIRE^ PECK, son of John,^ removed from Royals- 
ton, Mass., with his father, to MontpeUer, about 1806, where he 



72 PECK GENEALOGY, — PAST FIBST. 

died August 25, 1838. He married Elizabeth Godard. She died 
October 4, 1834, aged 62 years. 

CHILDREN — 8KVJKNTU GENERATION: 

507.+Kahnm, b. Oct. 5, 1796. 511. Asahel, b. Sept. 1803. 

508. Josiah, b. July 16, 1798. Died 512. Tamar, b. March 1806; is Dmn. 

young. 518. Jonas 6.> b. Jane 1808. Died 

509. Myra, b. Jan. 27, 1800. unm., aged about 80. 

510. Betsey, b. Jan. 17, 1802. 

There were three others, who died young. 

Myra married Joseph R. Waite ; settled in Hinesburgh, Vt. 

Betsey married Orlo Lockwood, and settled at St. George's, Yt. 

A»ahel resides in Burlington, Yt. He is a man of distinction. He has been 
a lawyer of extensive practice for many years, and one of the Judges of the 
Supreme Court of Vermont. 

Tamar is unmarried, and resides with her sister Myra. 

[168.] JOHNS PECK, son of JoHW,* settled in Waterbury, 
Yt. He was known as General Peck ; and, I am told, was a man 
of much talent, although I have been able to learn little in relation 
to him. He was for some time high sheriff, and held other impor- 
tant offices. He married Ann Benedict He died in 1826. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

5U.+Luclus B., b. 1804. 515. Casius, b. 1806. 

Casius settled in New York City, engaged in mercantUe business, and died 
there, leaving no children. 

[171.] Gn)EON« PECK, son of Henry,* lived and died in 
Seekonk. He was a farmer. He married Keziah Lyon, daughter 
of Samuel Lyon, May 29, 1791. She was bom August 4, 1771, 
and died January 30, 1834. He died March 31, 1839. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

516. Nancy, b. Sept. 1, 1795. 519. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 8, 1803. 

517. Betsey, b. Jan. 29, 1798. 520. Ezra, b. AprU 23, 1807. 

518. George A., b. July 27, 1800. 521. Maria, b. Nov. 4, 1815. 

Nancy was residing in Seekonk in 1863, unm. 
Betsey was residing in Seekonk in 1863, unm. 
George A., unknown where he is. 

Mary Ann married Edward Dodge; was residing with her daughter, wife 
of Peleg Spooner, in 1863. 
Ezra, unknown where he is. 
Maria was residing in Seekonk, unm., in 1863. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOSEPH PECK, JR. 73 

[176.] WILLIAM^ PECK, son of Henby,« I am told, married 
Susannah Graham, of Providence, and left one child. 

522. William, whom I have been unable to find, probably died yoang. 

The will of William Peck is upon the Providence records, dated 
December 23, 1812. He gives his clothing, excepting his uniform 
suit, to his brothers, Gideon and Henry. He gives to his wife, 
Susannah, his uniform suit, with all his personal and real estate, 
during her life, or so long as she remained his widow ; directing his 
yoke of oxen, and horse and wagon, to be sold for the payment of his 
debts. He appoints his wife executrix. 

[181.] D ANIEL« PECK, son of Daniel,* resided in Royalston, 
Mass., where he died, October 5, 1839. He was a farmer. He 
married Delia Gale, April 27, 1795. 

CHILDREN — SEVKNXn GENERATION : 

523. Rulina, b. Feb. 13, 1796. 530. Hannah F., b. May 30, 1809. 
524.-hChanncey, b. March 2, 1797. 531. Elvira, b. May 14, 1811. 
625.+Pomroy, b. Feb. 16, 1799. 532. Elsa S., b. March 11, 1813. 
n26. Harriet, b. Sept. 13, 1800. 533. Delia, b. Jan. 14, 1815. 
527. Mary, b. Oct. 19, 1803. 534. Huldah C, b. Feb. 9, 1817. 
528.-|-Lyman, b. Feb. 11, 1804. 535. Augusta, b. April 13, 1820. 
529.-|-SuUivan, b. March 27, 1806. 

Rulina married Hugh Foster, March 2, 1818. 
Harrift married Daniel Bliss, October 11, 1821. 
Mary married Rev. Timothy Crosby, 1831. 
Uannah F. married Ellsha M. Davis, June 14, 1829. 
Elvira married George Batchelor, November 1837. 
Delia married George Tierce, May 5, 1835. 

Huldah married Emory , April 1846. 

Augusta married George Gibson. 

[182.] ICnABOD^ PECK, son of Daniel,^ removed from 
Royalston to Moutpelier. He was a farmer. He married Polly 
Forbes, December 16, 1800, daughter of John Forbes, of Royalston. 

CHILDREN — 8E\T!NTH GENERATION: 

536. Emily, b. Jan. 1802. 539.-f WUUam N., b. Sept. 22, 1811. 

537. Clarissa, b. 1805. 540. Caroline M., b. Sept. 30, 1813. 
538.-|-John Q. A., b. Nov. 15, 1808. 

Emily married Silas Fisher. Settled in Phayson, Vt. 
Clarissa married John Fnlsom. Settled In Phayson, Vt. 
Caroline M. married Addison Pf^e, of Montpelier, Vt. 
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PEGS 6EKEAL0GT, PIBT FIBST. 



[184.] SOLOMON* PECK, son of Daxiel,* a^ first settled 
with his father, in Royalston, Mass. After his decease, he removed 
to Orange, Franklin Conntv, where he was residing in 1863, a 
£Burmer. He married Mercy Simmons, of Swansey, Mass., October 
27, 1803 (S. Bee., B. 2). 



CmLDREX — SEVENTH GEKERATIOX: 



541. 

542. 
548. 
544. 



Looisa, b. Maj 28, 1805. 
Roby, b. Maj 1, 1807. 
Delioa, b. Sept. 19, 1809. 
Mary Ann, b. Dec 4, 1811. 



545. James M., b. Jan. 10, 1814. 
54€.+Daniel, b. Oct 31, 1816. 

547. Sosan. Died onm. 

548. John. Resides with his Ikther. 



[186.] CALVIN* PECK, son of Daniel,* settled in Orange, 
Mass., where he resided until about 1852, when he removed to 
Med way, Mass., where he died, January 30, 1861. He was a 
bridge builder and house carpenter by trade, which business he 
carried . on extensively. He was twice married : first, to Anna 
Gumsey, of Montpelier, Yt, who died November 22, 1837; 
second, to Eliza Barton, of Leicester, Mass. 



CBIIJ>REK — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

55S. 



Sephronia. Died Oct. 19, 18S1, 
onm. 
554. LaTinia, b. March 24, 1822. 
555.+Napoleon B., b. Jane 20, 1827. 



549. Adaline, b. Dec. 4, 1808. 

550. ViUroy, b. March 4. 1811. 

551. Emelme. Died Feb. 11, 1823, 

onm. 
552.-|-Jeiome B. 

Adaline married Emory Bams, and resides in Wrentham, Mass. 
IWroy married Prentis H. Pond, and resides in Woonsocket, R. I. 
L4innia married Jason B. Reynolds, and resides in Wrentham, Mass. 

[188.] MOSES« PECK, son of DAXIE^* resided first in 
Boyalston, Mass. From there he removed to Montpelier, YL, and 
fi-om lilontpelier to Middlesex. He married Polly Cass, daughter 
of John Cass, of Riclunond, July 10, 1808. She was bom May 
20, 1786. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 



55G. Angeline, b. April 15, 1809. 
557.+Moses, b. Jan. 9, 1812. 
558.+John C, b. Jane 14, 1814. 



559.+Chuies £., b. Sept. 2, 1816. 
560. Emeline M., b. Jan. 1, 1820. 



Angeline married Edwin C. Lewis, of MontpeDer, Vt. 
Etmaine M. married Chester Briggs, of Ro(±toid, DL 



DESCENDA17TS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR. 



75 



[107.] SOLOMON^ PECK, son of Solomon,* settled first in 
Topsham, Vt., and then in Harlam, Ohio. He was three times 
married : first, to Philoma Holbrook, in Townsend, Vt. ; second, to 
Widow Laura Bishop, in Richmond, N. H. ; third, to Elizabeth 
Nutt, in Topsham, Vt. He died at Harlam, Ohio, October 1 844. 
His first wife died in 1805. 



CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 



661.+Horace M., b. May 1801. 
562.+Sewel, b. June 1808. 

563. Philoma, b. Dec. 1805. Died 

in 1807. 

By second toife : 

564. Lyman, b. 1807. Diedunm. 
5^. Narcissa, b. 1809. 

566. Mary, b. 1811. 

567. Catharine, b. 1813. 



By third wife : 
668. PhUetta H., b. Aug. 31, 1821. 

569. Franklin, b. June 2, 1823. 

570. Solomon, b. March 2, 1825. 
571.-|-John N., b. Nov. 18, 1826. 
572.-f WUliam N., b. Jane 22, 1828. 

573. Elizabeth Jane, b. May 26, 

1831. 

574. Mary Ann, b. May 26, 1831. 
576.+Dexter, b. AprU 26, 1833. 



Narcissa married El^ah Crocker. 

Mary married Samuel Clark, of Vernon, Vt. 

Catharine married a Buffam. 

PhileUa H, married Cyrus Rogers. 

Franklin died, April 11, 1847, unmarried. 

Soloman died in the Mexican war, in 1849, unmarried. 

Elizabeth Jane married William Rogers. 

Mary Ann married Stephen L. Emerson. 



[198.] 
ham, Vt. 
10, 1805. 
aged 64. 



JAMES W.6 PECK, son of Solomon,^ settled in Tops. 

He married Nellie Mann, of Richmond, N. H., October 

He died September 21, 1825. She died June 1854, 



CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 



576. Mahala, b. March 29, 1806. 

677. Vienna, b. Oct. 7, 1804. 

Died young. 

678. Annie, b. July 1809. 

Died young. 
679.-f Horatio N., b. Aug. 4, 1812. 



651. Alonzo, b. Jan. 12, 1817. Died 
unm. 

682. Lydia A., b. AprU 23, 1821. Died 

young. 

683. Horace, b. May 4, 1824. Died 

Nov. 18, 1855. 



680.+Amold M., b. May 10, 1816. 
Mahala was residing in LoweU, Mass., in 1863, unmarried. 



[199.] BENONI PEOK,» son of Solomon,* settled upon the 
homestead; where he resided until 1862, when he removed to Pitz- 



76 PECK GENEALOGY. —^ PART FIB81. 

William, N. H. He has been highly honored and respected. He 
held a military commission, and was called into service in the war 
of 1812. He has continually held some public ofiBce in his town 
for many years, and has represented it in the State legislature. He 
has been a justice of the peace for more than forty years, and 
notwithstanding his advanced age still holds tlie office, transacting 
business with the vigor of a middle age, and is still sought after 
for council and advice. He has also devoted much of his time to 
probate business, administering upon and settling the estates of 
deceased persons. He has also taken an active interest in Free- 
masonry, to which fraternity he has belonged for more than sixty 
years. To him I am indebted for my information in relation to his 
branch of the name. 

He has been twice married ; first, to Eunice Rogers, who is said 
to have been a lineal descendant of John Rogers, who was burnt 
at the stake ; * second, to Malinda Richards. His first wife died 
March 3, 1853. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

5S4. Caroline, b. June 16, 1809. 590. CalisU, b. Nov. 7, 1824. 

685.+Phllip, b. Jan. 16, 1812. 691. Eunice, b. June 6, 1827. Died 

686.-|-T>evi, b. Aug. 31, 1814. • in 1846. 

587.-|-James W., b. Oct. 9, 1817. 592.-f Henry, b. Aug. 2, 1829. 

6S8. Benjamin, b. Feb. 9, 1820. Died 693. Mary, b. Oct. 6, 1831. Died In 

June 1841. 1865. 

689. Eliphalet, b. March 16, 1822. 

Caroline married Josiah Parker, and settled in Ashland, Mass. She died in 
1854, leaving six children. 

Calista married Levi N. Fairbanks. 

Eliphalet was residing in Worcester in 18CS. He married Nancy Smith ; no 
issue. « 

♦ The following is IVom the Fitchburg Bereille : 

"Mrs. Peck was the daughter of Mr. Eliphalet Rogers, late of Royalston, 
and son of Mr. Benjamin Rogers, who was son of Rev. John Rogers, Pastor 
of the First Church in Ipswich, and President of Harvard College, who died 
July 2, 1684. This gentleman was eldest son of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, who 
came from England in 1636, and settled at Ipswich, as colleague pastor with 
Rev. Nathaniel Ward, and died July 2, 1655, aged 67. Nathaniel Rogers was 
a son of the Rev. John Rogers, of Dedham, England, who died October 18, 
1639, aged 67 ; and John was son of the Rev. John Rogers, the Martyr, who 
was burned at Smithfleld, Febraary 6, 1566." 



DESCENDANTS OP JOSEPH PECK, JB. 77 

[210.] OLIVER C.® PECK, son of Oliver,* was residing 
upon the homestead, in Rehoboth, Mass., in 1860; an industrious 
and thrifty farmer, much respected. 

He married Nancy Macomber, daughter of John Macomber, 
April 21, 1808. 

CHILI>REN — SBVENTH GENERATION: 

694. John M., b. May 11, 1809. 696.+Royal C, b. June 11, 1816. 

695. Nancy S., b. June 1, 1812. Died 697. Adaline B., b. Oct 12, 1822. 

Feb. 25, 1838. 

John M, was residing at home in 1860, nnm. 
Adaline B. married Lindley Horton, of Rehoboth. 

[21 1.] RUFUS» PECK, son of Oliveb,* settled in New Provi- 
dence, Clark County, Indiana, where he died, August 6, 1826. He 
married Naomi Alexander, daughter of Roger Alexander, of Cum- 
berland, R L, April 6, 1812. 

CHILD1UEN — SBVENTH GENERATION: 

698. Hannah B., b. May 20, 1818. 601.+Rafti8 A., b. March 30, 1826. 

699. Rachel W., b. Oct. 26, 1816. 602. Anna H., b. Oct. 26, 1826. 
600. Hannah H , b. Oct. 20, 1821. 

Hannah H. married James Gibson, and settled npon the homestead. Their 
children are : Royal M.,^ John B.,* Richard itf.^ Melvina A.,^ James iT.,"* Emily 
O.,* Isaac A.,^ Thomas W.j Rufus fT.,** and Emmet. ^ 

Anna marriea Washington Johnson, and resided in the town of New Provi- 
dence, Ind. Her children were : Theodore F.,** Rttfus P.,* Jasper N.,^ Eli JB.,* 
Naomi E.,^ and Perry D.* 

[212.] CALEB* PECK, son of Oliveii,^ was residing in 
Seekonk, Mass., in 1860, a farmer. He married Polly Jacobs, 
daugliter of Calvin Jacobs. 



CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

603.-fCalvin J., b. Oct. 28, 1812. 607. Susan M., b. Oct. 3, 1821. Died 
604. Nancy C, b. Nov. 22, 1814. nnm. 

Died nnm. 608. Hannah C, b. Aug. 21, 1824. 
606. Maria Louisa, b. Feb. 3, 1817. Died unm. 

Died Aug. 13, 1821. 609.+Henry R., b. June 17, 1827. 
606. Susan Ann, b. Aug. 7, 1819. 
Died Aug. 21, 1821. 
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78 PECK GEKEALOGT, — PART FIRST. 

[213.] SAifUEL PECK,« son of Oliver,* settled in Salem, 
Washington County, Indiana. He was, for several years, I am 
told. Judge of Probate, and held other offices. He married Mar 
linda Hide, April 20, 1820. He died in Texas, June 13, 1843, 
while journeying there, in the hopes of improving his health. 

CHILDREN — SEVKNTU GEKEBATIOX : 

610. Harriet H., b. Jan. 30, 1821. 615. Lizzie P., b. Nov. 13, 1829. 

611. Catharine L., b. Jan. 10, 1823. 616. George W., b. Oct. 13, 1831. 
612.+Hiram A., b. June 21, 1824. 617. Rnftis H., b. Nov. 25, 1833. 

613. Samuel C, b. Jane 28, 1826. 618. Maiy A., b. June 15, 1836. 

Died Nov. 15, 1826. 619. Daniel W., b. July 29, 1839. 

614. Samuel, b. Nov. 8, 1827. 

Harriet 27. married Dr. Samuel Reid, of Salem, Indiana. She died January 
20, 1863, leaving six children, four sons and two daughters. 

Catharine L. married William S. Townsend, of Greencastle, Indiana, and 
has five children, three sons and two daughters. 

Samuel was residing in Greencastle, Indiana, a merchant, unmarried, in 
1863. 

Lizzie married WiUiam H. Butler, of LouisviUe, Kentucky, November 3, 
1851. Mr. Butler was a highly educated man, He was killed in his school- 
room, November 3, 1853, by Mat. F. Ward. 

George W. settled at Robinson, Crawford Ck>unty, Illinois. He was a law- 
yer. He enliisted in the 2l8t Illinois Volunteer Infantry; was elected a Cap- 
tain, and afterwards promoted to Lieut.-Colonel. He was taken sick, came 
home, and died January 28, 18^. 

Bufus n. was residing at Salem, Indiana, unmarried, in 1863. 

Mary A. married Robert Morris, of Salem, where they were residing in 
1863. Their children were : Jessie^ and Hiittie.^ 

Daniel IF. was residing at Salem in 1863. He married Lizzie Lockwood,^ 
of Salem, November 11, 1862. 

[219.] GEORGE« PECK, son of Samuel,^ settled in Reho- 
both, near bis father. He married Nancy Carpenter, daughter of 
Caleb Carpenter, of Reboboth. 

CHUDRKN — SK\'KXTH GEXERATIOX : 

620. George. Died in infancy. 623. Ann. Died in infancy. 

621. George. Died in infancy. 624. Susan. 

622. George. Died in infancy. 

Susan married PhUip Martin, of Guilford, Mass. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOSEPH PECK, JR. 79 

[225.] BENJAMIN® PECK, son of Allen,* settled in Provi- 
dence, R. I., where he died in 1 843. He was a merchant. He 
married Roby A. Ormsbee. She died in 1806. 

CHILDREN — 8EVKNTH GENERATION : 

625.-|-AUen O., b. Nov. 17, 1804. 626. Mary S., b. May 19, 1806. 

Mary 8. married Esek Aldrich, and settled in Providence. 

[227.] JOSEPH® PECK, son of Josiah,* settled in Charl- 
ton, Mass., where he lived and died. He was a farmer. He 
married Sarah Whipple, daughter of Christopher Whipple, of 
Cumberland, R. I. He died August 28, 1824. She November 
14, 1847, aged 77 years. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

627. Almira- Died in infancy. 632. Amia, b. July 1, 1803. 

628.-f Otis, b. Sept. 18, 1793. 633. Joseph W., b. Oct. 26, 1806. 

629.4-Arnold, b. Oct, 21, 1796. Died at sea unm. 

630. William, b. July 21, 1799. 634. Temperance, b. 1808. Died 1826. 

631. Harriet W., b. Dec. 17, 1801. 

[231.] JOSIAH« PECK, son of Josiah,^ settled in Eaton, 
Mass., where he was residing in 1853. 

He married Elizabeth Barton, daughter of Hale Barton, August 
30, 1798 (R. Rec, Book 4). 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

635. Nelson, b. Nov. 13, 1708; was C40.-f-Joslah, b. May 15, 1809. 

killed by the falling of a tree, G41. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 16, 1811. 
Aug. 23, 1817. Died July 19, 1814. 

636. Louisa, b. April 15, 1800. 642. Ann K., b. Feb. 25, 1813. Died 
637.-|-Bartou, b. Feb. 8, 1802. Oct. 23, 1827. 

638. Lydia B., b. Feb. 17, 1804. 643.-f-Alouzo, b. March 23, 1816. 

639. Patience B., b. Sept. 3, 1806. 644. Samuel W., b. Feb. 16, 1817. 

Died July 16, 1814. 

Louisa married Samuel Merritt. 

L»jdia married John J. Dorn. 

Samuel W. is a physician. He is settled at Washington, Davies County, 
Indiana. He married Hannah B. Havens, daughter of Dr. P. B. Havens, of 
Hamilton, N. Y. ; no issue. 

[242.] CROMWELL^ PECK, son of Perez,^ settled in Cov- 
entry, R. I. He was a blacksmith and machinist by trade and 



80 PECK GENEALOGY, — PART FIB8T. 

occupation. He married Mary Cnshing, of Providence, July 22, 
1804. He died August 12, 1838, and his widow, August 1, 1851. 

CHILDREN — SEYSNTH GENERATION: 

645. Mary, b. in Ck>yentr7, Not. 24, 648. Ann, b. in Ck>yentr7, Aug. 6, 

1806. 1813. 

646. Sabra, b. in Coyentrj, April 9, 649. Eliza, b. in ProYidence, Sept. 4, 

1808. 1816. 

647. Lydia, b. in Coventry, Nov. 17, 

1810. 

Mary was twice married : first, to James Davis, by whom she had two chO« 
dren, both of ^hom died in iDfoncy. Her second husband was Olney Wind- 
sor; by him she had three children, Cromwell P.,^ Mary Caroline,^ and «/om- 
phine,* 

Sabra married William Morris, by whom she had one daughter, Elizabeth^* 
b. Feb. 3, 1827. 

Lydia married Charles S. Lawrence ; no issue. She died November 2, 1860. 

Ann married Joseph Whipple, by whom she had two children, Ann E,J^ and 
George C 

Eliza married James Austin. Her issue were : James,* Edward,* and Clara.* 
After the decease of her husband, she married James ChappeU, with whom 
she was living in 18G3. 

[247] PEREZ PECK,« son of Perez,^ settled in Coventry, 
R I., where he was residing in 1864. He is a machinist by trade, 
which business he carried on for many years. He commenced 
it in 1805. He has been considered one of the most trustworthy 
manufacturers in the country. He married Joanna Brown, Decem- 
ber 9, 1813. 

CHILDREN — SEVEXTH GENERATION : 

650. Harriet, b. April 19, 1815. Died 653. Sarah, b. April 15, 1820. Died 

May 23, 1840. Dec. 2, 1821. 

651. Mary Ann, b. July 15, 1816. 654. Joanna, b. Sept. 18, 1821. 

652. Lydia H., b. Dec. 31, 1817. 655.+Isaac, b. Oct. 11, 1824. 

Mary Ann married Asa Sisson, and resides in Coventry. Their children 
are, Harriet P.* b. May 25, 1845, and died August 10, 1846; Charles* b. Sep- 
tember 7, 1848 ; and Emily, b. January 15, 1856. 

[272.] JOEL^ PECK, son of Daniel,^ settled in Greenbush, 
now Poostenkill, Rcns?selaer County, N. Y., where he remained 
until his decease, August 8, 18.^5. 

He married Hannah Baldwin in 1811. 



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81 



CHLLDREIf — EIGHTH GENKRATIOK : 



656. Mahala D., b. Feb. 22, 1812. 

657. William H., b. Dec. 8, 1816. 

658. Calista, b. May 23, 1818. 

659. Joel C, b. Aug. 28, 1820. 



660. Marvin R., b. July 16, 1822. 

661. Mariette, b. Nov. 16, 1829. 

662. Emily, b. March 13, 1831. Died 

Nov. 20, 1847. 



Mahala married Jacob Dingman, February 18, 1835, and settled In Poesten- 
kill, Rensselaer County, N. Y., where they were residing In 1864. Their chil- 
dren are: Charles JNT.,' b. October 4, 1838; Mary E,,^ b. April 10, 1841; Joel 
J5.,* b. September 25, 1843; Delia jP.,' b. March 1, 1847; JtfaAaZa,® b. June 
18, 1850; George fT.,® b. February 5, 1853; Marcia Z., b. July 14, 1855. 

Calista and Marietta were residing with their mother In Poesteuklll in 1864, 
unmarried. 

WUliam H, was residing in the town of Sandy Creek, Oswego County, N. Y. 
He married, for his 1st wife, Sally M. Harger, and for his 2d, Lois Roberson. 
His Ist wife died September 7, 1848. 'His children are : George fT.,* William 
6?.,* Mary L.,* Emma J.* Delia A.,^ Maria,^ Clarence^ and Chariest 

Joel C. was residing In Troy, N. Y., in 1864. He married Mary Lynd." His 
children are : EmUy ul.,' Ella jR,^ and Catharine L.^ 

The names of the above children were received too late to be numbered 
and entered In the Index. 



[273 ] DANIEL'^ PECK, son of Daniel,^ first settled, in 1808, 
at Sand Lake, Rensselaer County, N. Y. In 1830 he settled at 
East Pembroke, where he was residing in 1 864. He married, for 
his first wife, Hannah Woodward, daughter of David Woodward, 
February 1 8, 1808. For his second wife, Bathsheba Gould, daugh- 
ter of Reuben Gould, October 18, 1810. His first wife died Jan- 
uary 15, 1809. His second, August 3, 1848. 



CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 



6C3. David, b. Jan. 15, 1809. Died 670. 
Jan. 15, 1809. 

664. William, b. Aug. 19, 1811. 671. 

665. Mehitable, b. Nov. 9, 1812. 

Died Oct. 22, 1813. 672. 

666. Emeline C, b. April 22, 1814. 673. 

667. Daniel, b. Feb. 24, 1816. Died 

March 15, 1816. 674. 

668. Bathsheba, b. Jan. 13, 1817. 675. 

Died Nov. 5, 1843. 

669. Daniel G., b. June Id, 1818. 



Edward, b. Jan. 9, 1820. Died 

Sept. 14, 1846. 
Hannah, b. March 24, 1821. 

Died April 30, 1834. 
Nathan, b. Nov. 14, 1822. 
Sophia, b. May 29, 1825. Died 

May 10, 1826. 
Reuben, b. Feb. 22, 1827. 
George, b. Nov. 23, 1829. Died 

May 9, 1830. 



82 PECK OENEALOGY; — PART FIRST. 

WUliam married Celioda Ryckmao March 5, 1837, was residing in East 
Pembroke in 1864. Tlieir children were: (670) Jod,* b. Deceml>er 3, 1887; 
(677) Lydia J,» b. March 6, 1839 ; (678) Franklin,^ b. February 12, 1845. 

Emeline married Charles Gorham and settled in Beividere, Boon County, 

m. 

Bathsheha married Dexter Fales ; no issue. 

Daniel G., of West Bergen, N. T., married Mary A. Tompkins, December 
16, 1847. His children are : (679) Wealthyy^ b. August 4, 1848 ; (680) FrameU,* 
b. May 13, 1850; (681) George fT.,* b. October 26, 1853; (682) Freemont J* h, 
March 16, 1856 ; (683) Flora -&.,» b. March 4, 1858 ; (684) Bichmond 0.,» b. 
August 24, 1860, and (685) Elinor E.^* b. September 10, 1862. 

Edvoard married Martha Ann Baker, and settled in East Pembroke. Their 
son is (686) Charles Edward,* 

Nathan married Selina Maria Peck (704) daughter of Harvey Peck, October 
18, 1848. Their daughter, (687) Mary Clara Ida^* was bom December 29, 
1856. 

Beuben married Polly Wrightman, April 24, 1846, and was residing in Wis- 
consin in 1864. His children are : (688) Ellen F.,* b. January 19, 1847; (689) 
DatTta,* b. November 1 7, 1848 ; (690) Eslella E.,* h, February 22, 1850; (691) 
Arthur C* b. August 29, 1852; (692) Malvina^ E, A,f b. April 26, 1855; (693) 
Eugent C.,' b. July 12, 1859; (694) Ernest (?.,• b. AprU 11, 1861; Beub^f 
Mary C. ;' Carrie M.* These three last children were not at first received with 
the record of the family, therefore not numbered. 

[274.] DR. BETHUEL^ PECK, son of Daniel,® married 
Jerusha VViston. 

He settled at Glens Falls, N. Y., where he was a physician for 
many years. He was a member of the State Legislature. He 
died July 11, 1862. His widow was residing in Chicago in 1864. 

CHILDREN — KIGHTH GENERATION: 

695. Gloriacnah, b. in 1824. Died in 1827. 

[275.] JOHN^ PECK, son of Daniel,« married Sarah Why- 
land, September 25, 1816. She was born in 1797. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

696. Agnes, b. March 1, 1818. 699. Maria, b. Dec. 18, 1823. 

697. Phllotte, b. Aug. 16, 1819. 700. John, b. Feb. 28, 1826. 

698. Barnard, b. Aug. U, 1821. 

Agnps married EzraDe Freest, November 13, 1836. They were residing in 
Troy, N. Y., in 1864. Their chUdren were : Daniel fT.,' Mary jP.,» John W.,* 
Owrge E.,* and Bethuel P.* 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 83 

PhUatte married David Philips, Jone 8, 1847. They were residing in Bruns- 
wick, N. Y., in 1864. Their children were : Frances P.," WUlard !>.,• and 
Jennette.* 

Barnard married Catharine Watson, October 1845. He died March 6, 1850. 
His son, (701) Barnard,* was bom September 18, 1846, and died December 20, 
1846. 

Maria married Henry W. Danforth, January 14, 1828. They were residing 
in Troy, N. Y., in 1864. Their children were : Emma P.,* Henry W.jr.,* Susan 
J,* Mary A,' and Harriett J.* 

John was residing in Troy, N. T., in 1864, unmarried. 

[276] HARVEY^ PECK, son of Daniel,® married Elenor 
McMellen, daughter of William McMellen. They resided in Poes- 
tenkill, Rensselaer County, N. Y., in 1864. 

CmLDREN — EIOHTH GENERATION: 

702. Mehitable, b. April 4, 1817. 706. Jeraslia, b. April 25, 1826. 

708. Jane A., b. July 27, 1820. 707. William H., b. June 29, 1829. 

704. Selina M., b. March 28, 1822. 708. Bethuel, b. Feb. 5, 1883. 

705. Elenor, b. Oct. 18, 1824. 

Mehitable married Leonidas Harger, and died November 9, 1848. 

Jane A.* married Calvin F. Waterman, April 26, 1840. 

Selina M. married Nathan Peck. No. 672. 

Elenor is unmarried. 

Jerusha married Daniel Hovee, October 21, 1848. 

[280.] CHARLES,'' PECK, son of Ichabod,« settled in Johns- 
town, Fulton County, N. Y., where he was residing in 1864. He 
married Phebe Seley, daughter of Stephen Seley, of Hadley, Sara- 
toga County, N. Y., December 10, 1815. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENRKATION : 

709. Sally Jane, b. Dec. 17, 1816. 714. LydiaA.,b. Sept. 12, 1823. Died 

Died 1848. 1847. 

710. Joiin, b. April 21, 1818. 715. Charles J., b. June 18, 1826. 

711. Adaline, b. Nov. 20, 1819.' ") Died young. 

712. Emellne, b. Nov. 20, 1819. i 716. Mary, b. May 7, 1827. ) 

T^lng, 717. Mariem, b. May 7, 1827. > 

713. Esther C, b. June 20, 1821. Twins ; died young. 



• Her eldest son enlisted as a soldier. He was one of Scott's 900, where he 
served two years, aud re-enlisted into the N. Y. Cavalry, where he remained 
untU his discharge, and died, March 6, 1866, ftroni the effects of the hardships 
and exposures he suflfered in the army. 



84 PECK GENEALOGY, — PABT FIRST. 

718. Charles J., b. April 20, 1829. 721. Olivia E., b. April 13, 1887. 

719. George W., b. Aug. 3, 1831. Died 1860. 

720. Philander W., b. Jan. 20, 1834. 722. Daniel A., b. Aug. 8, 1889. Died 

young. 

Adaline married Lambert Chrlstyan. 

Sarah Jane married William Pool. 

Emeline married Benjamin Place. 

John married Phebe Taylor, daughter of David Taylor, August 1, 1840. He 
was residing in Johnstown, N. T., in 18G4, engaged In the leather and lumber 
business. His children were : (723) Almenia H.,^ (724) John JP.,» (725) Anna 
3f.,9 (726) Albert r.,» died AprU 8, 1850; (727) Albert T.,^ (728) Jerome A.* 
(729) Arthur W.,^ (730) EllenorJ.* (731) Esther J ^ 

Esther C married Leonard M. Curtis, and was residing In California in 1864. 

Charles J. married Susan M. Harris. His children are : (732) Charles A.* 
(733) Emma* (734) George W.,* and (735) Eugene W,* 

Lydia A. married William A. Emory. 

Olivia E. married John T. Hill. 

George W, married Charlott Vanthusen. His children are: (736) James 
M,f (737) George,* (738) Anna? and (739) Ottavee} 

Philander married, for his first wife, Lodusky Wilde, and for his second, 
Sybil Plalsted. His child Is, (740) Eugene W,* He was residing in Jolins- 
town In 1864. 

[282.] GEORGE W.'' PECK, son of Ichabod,« settled in West 
Troy, N. Y., where he died, in 1852, from injuries, as I am told, 
received in a saw- mill. 

He married Isabella Sturtevant at Fort Edward, Washington 
Coimty, N. Y., where she died. 

CUILDRfeN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

741. Mahala was residing at Sara- 742. Louisa was residing at Saratoga 
toga Springs in 1864. Springs in 1864. 

[284.] OLFVTIR 0.'' PECK, son of Ichabod,^ settled in Johns- 
town, Fulton County, N. Y., where he was residing in 1864. 

He married Judith Ayers, daughter of Jedidiel Ayers, March 17, 
1827. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

743. George W., b. Jan. 23, 1828. 747. Mary E., b. AprU 6, 1836. Died 

Died Sept. 6, 1829. Nov. 12, 1865. 

744. llarvy J., b. Nov. 1, 1829. 748. William H., b. Nov. 12, 1839. 
746. Lydia M., b. Jan. 13, 1832. Died Feb. 17, 1841. 

746. Caroline A., b. Aug. 23, 1833. 749. Juditli A., b. Jan. 21, 1842. 

Died April 4, 1869. 760. Dyer O., b. Aug. 8, 1844. Died 

Aug. 1863. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 85 

Harvy J, was residing near Alexandria, Va., unmarried, in 1864. 

Lffdia M, married Orange R. Lawrence, and was residing in Johnstown In 
1864. 

Caroline A. married Bradley Vanderbnrg, and resided in Bleeker, Folton 
Coonty, N. Y., in 1864. 

Mary E. married Ames Smith, and was residing near Alexandria, Va., In 
1864. 

Judith A, married Victor Strieker, and was residing at Alexandria, Va., in 
1864. 

[286.] ALEXANDER"^' PECK, son of Ichabod,® settled in 
Alexandria, JeflFerson County, where he was residing in 1864. He 
is a carpenter and joiner by trade and occupation. He married 
Elizabeth Hollet, daughter of Joseph HoUet, November 4, 1830. 
She was born August 21, 1805. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OENEBATION : 

• 

751. George A., b. Sept. 29, 18S2. 754. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 15, 1837. 

752. Joseph, b. July 25, 1834. Died 755. Sarah J., b. April 14, 1839. 

March 5, 1835. 756. Martha, b. April 1, 1841. 

753. Charles, b. Nov. 7, 1835. Died 757. John, b. Aug. 26, 1843. 

jQly 12, 1847. 758. Daniel, b. Jan. 5, 1847. 

Cteorge A. married Catharine MerriU, daughter of James MerriU. His chU- 
dren were: George M.^; b. September 21, ld58; John JET.,' b. Jane 5, 1864; and 
Mary^* b. Jane 17, 1862 ; resided In Alexandria, Jefferson County, N. Y., in 
1864.* 

Elizabeth married George Taylor. 

Sarah Jane married John Overoker. 

Martha was unmarried In 1864. 

[287.] GEORGE'' PECK, son of Jbremiah,« married Phebe 
Sweet, of Johnston, R. I. He was a stone-cutter by trade, and 
resided in different places. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

759. Amanda. 762. Daniel. 

760. Cyril. 763. . Died yoang. 

761. Harriet. 

[288 ] LEWIS^ PECK, son of Jeremiah,^ settled at Mount 
Tabor, Vt., where he died. He married Abigail. 

* His children were receiyed too late to be nambered and. entered In the 
index. 

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86 PECK GENEALOGY; — PABT FIB8T. 

CHILD — EIGHTH OENKRATION : 

764. Abigail. 

[289.] WALCOTT^ PECK, son of Jeremiah.« married Rachel 
Dodge, daughter of John and Rachel Dodge, of Amherst^ N. H. 
She was born July 1795, and died in Blissfield, Lenawee County, 
Michigan, April 21, 1837. He was residing in Keene, N. H., in 
1864, with his daughter. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

765. Sarah Margaret, b. April 25, 766. , died young. 

1831. 

Sarah Margaret married John Bobinson, of Acworth, K. H., Januaiy 5, 
1859. 
There were also other chUdren, who died in infkncy. 

[291.]' DANIEL' PECK, son of Jeremiah,® married Sarah 
Green, daughter of Elisha Green, of Plainfield, Conn. They first 
resided at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. In 1840, they moTcd to Troy, and 
in 1842 removed to Sand Lake, where he settled. In April 1860, 
he died, leaving his widow with seven children. In February 1851, 
their house was burned, with all they had in it. In 1852, the 
widow removed with her little children to Pawtucket, R. L, where 
she found employment in the cotton mills, and by her industry and 
frugality has supported herself and family. 

She was residing at Valley Falls in 1863, when I learned from 
her the above. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

767. Daniel, b. May 2, 1838. 771. Sarah, b. Sept. 27, 1847. 

768. Margaret, b. May 13, 1840. 772. Olive, b. June 14, 1849. 

769. Lydia, b. June 4, 1842. 773. Elisha, b. Sept. 24, 1850. 

770. Hiram, b. March 4, 1845. 

There were three children who died in infancy. 

[294.] ARA^ PECK, son of Levi,^ first settled in Westmore- 
land, N. H , and afterwards at Salina, N. Y., where he died, August 
31, 1862. He was twice married ; first, to Phebe Mitchel, of West- 
moreland, N. H., by whom he had one daughter : second, to Mary 
Pierce, August 2, 1 820, daughter of John Pierce, of Westmoreland, 
N. H. She died November 17, 1854. 



BBSCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECE^ JB« ' 87 

CHILDRBN — EIGHTH OKNERATION : 

774. Mary. 777. Pnisla Cozelia, b. Jan. 17, 1826. 

775. Amoret, b. May 25, 1821. Died Died Feb. 17, 1857. 

April 15, 1849. 778. John Alfred, b. Feb. 22, 1827. 

776. Sarah Lncelia, b. Nov. 29, 1822. 779. Mira, b. Jan. 12, 1830. Died 

Died Aug. 22, 1842. Sept. 25, 1831. 

Mary married Charles Boms, and settled in Troy, N. Y. 

Prugia C. married Charles H. Danbrack, of St. Johns, New Brunswick. 

John A. married Elizabeth Nichols, daughter of Isaac L. Nichols, of Cohas- 
set, Mass. He was residing at Newton, Mass., in 1864. His children were : 
(780) Charles Alfred,* b. December 3, 1856, and (781) Mary Abby, b. November 
7, 1860. 

[296.] URF PECK, son of Levi,« settled in Westminster, Vt., 
where he was residing in 1863. He married Asenath Powers, 
December 6, 1812. 

CHILDREN — EIOHTH GENEKATION : 

782. Wmiam, b. Dec. 23, 1813. Died 788. Uri L., b. Oct. 22, 1825. 

Jan. 7, 1814. 789. Irena, b. Sept. 16, 1828. Died 

783. Levi S., b. Oct. 19, 18U. Feb. 27, 1829. 

784. Susan, b. Dec. 7, 1817. 790. Melinda, b. Nov. 30, 1830. Re- 

785. Wealthy A., b. Oct. 31, 1819. sided at liome, anm., in 1864. 

Died July 28, 1841. 791. James, b. Oct. 5, 1833. Died 

786. Solomon, b. Sept. 4, 1821. May 5, 1835. 

787. Warren, b. Oct. 30, 1823. 

Levi S married Clarinda Chipman, of Westminster, Yt., and was residing 
in Fulton, Wis., in 1864. Their children were : (792) Ella C.,* (793) Alonzo,* 
(794) Mary ^.,» (795) Kirk, (796) Sophronia,* and (797) Leonora i?.» 

Susan married Warren Baker, and settled in Leicester, Conn. 

Solomon was supposed to be in Cincinnati, in 1864, unmarried. 

Uri L. was in the United States Army ; no family In 1864. 

Warren was residing at home, unmarried. 

[296.] SHUBAEL PECK,^ son of Levi,« settled in Westmin- 
ster, Vt, where he was residing in 1863. 

He married Thurza Wheeler, daughter of Jonas Wheeler, De- 
cember 18, 1821. She died October 25, 1867, in her 69th year. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OENERATION : 

798. Sanford L., b. July 13, 1823. 802. Hannah E., b. Dec. 3, 1835. 

799. Clarissa A., b. April 26, 1826. Died March 29, 1850. 

800. Orestes F., b. Aug. 22, 1826. 803. £Uen J., b. April 21, 1840. 

801. Charles C, b. Dec. 6, 1827. 



88 * FECK GBSrSALOGT, — PABT FIB8T. 

Sanford X. married Muy Stodard^ dangliter of Joshua Stodard, of Satton, 
Vt., September 12, 18i9, fbr hia ftist wife, and Sarah £. Sanford, daughter of 
Seth Sanford, of Ohio, for his second. He settled at McGregor, Clayton 
County, Iowa, and then at Clajton. He Is an attorney at law. His children 
in 1864, were : (804) Sairford tL,* bom Jannaiy 18, 1857; (805) Laura J.* bom 
Angost 19, 1859 ; and (806) Marff EUen^* bom September 18, 1863. Died Feb- 
roary 23, 1864. 

daritsa A. married Lester Woodfbrd, of Bloomfleld, Conn., January 12, 
1850. 

OrtMeM F married Mary M. Pierce, May 1, 1850. Their children are : (807) 
OltM,* bora April 9, 1853, and (808) Orestet jf?.,* bora April 7, 1859. 

Claries C. married Adaline Keech, September 12, 1854. She died Decem- 
ber 19, 1862, leaving three children : (809) Ella M.* bora October 24, 1855 : 
(810) CharleM A*, bora September 25, 1857; (811) WaUam Z.*, bora Jane 
1859, and died August 22, 1860; (812) Sa^ford Ariel* bora July 13, 1860. 

JSUa J. was residing at home, unmarried. In 1863. 

[300.] WILLIAir PECK, son of Rotal,« settled at first in 
Wrentham, Mass., where he resided for many years, and from there 
removed to Franklin, Mass. He has been what may well be called 
a model farmer, — industrious and successful, — a man of excellent 
judgment and fine natural ability. 

Although he has kept aloof from party politics, neither seeking 
or accepting office, he has usually taken an interest in the afiairs 
of his town, giving his advice or expressing his views upon matters 
of interest ; and at public meetings few have been able to com- 
mand more respect In his younger days, he was fond of military 
tactics, and for a long time commanded a military company. He 
was often urged to accept higher positions ; but he chose to remain 
a captain. He was an excellent disciplinarian, and took much 
pride, as well as his men, in their being known as one of the best 
drilled companies. He is still known, and called among his early 
associates, by the to them familiar name of Capt Peck ; although 
in his 84th year, he still retains his faculties. 

He married Sarah Arnold, daughter of Rufus Arnold. She died 
March 24, 1852. 

CHILDRKX — EIGHTH GENERATlOy : 

813. Mary Ann, b. Jnlj 9, 1805.* 814. Naomi, b. April 26, 1807. 



* Mar^ Ann, the eldest child in the funUj of WiUiam, had two ^rrandmoth- 
era, fonr great-grandmothers, and one great-great-grandmother, making 
seren grandmothers, aU Uring at the time of her birth. 






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DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 89 

815. Abigail, b. April 6, 1810. 818. Sarah Maria, b. Aug. 1, 1815. 

Died Aog. 21, 1811. 819. RafUs Arnold, b. April 16, 1818. 

816. Abigail, b. June 10, 1811. 820. WiUiam Edward, b. Oct. 18, 

817. Ajin Janett, b. May 25, 1813. 1821. 

Mary Ann married Fennah Grant, of Camberland, R. I. 

Naomi married Richard Crowninshield, also of Camberland. 

Ann JaneU married Albert Ballon, of Franklin, Mass. 

Sarah Maria married Ab^ah Rock wood, also of Franklin, Mass. 

Abigail is a school teacher, and is onmarried. 

Hufus Arnold married Abby S. Tharber, and settled in Providence, R. I. 
His children are (821) : Anna A,» (822), Horace (?.,» (823), and Helen A* 

William Edward prepared himself for a profession, and chose that of a 
lawyer. He entered the olHce of Richard W. Green, of Providence, li. I., late 
Judge of the Supreme Court, as a student, in 1847. He was admitted to the 
bar in 1850, and settled in Providence, where he entered into practice. He 
was elected a Representative fh>m the city to the State Legislature, In 1852. 
He was also one of the Judges of the Court of Magistrates. In 1855, he 
removed with his family to Greenwich, R. I., but continued his office in Prov- 
idence. He was elected a Senator flrom Greenwich in 1857. He continued 
his practice, both in Providence and Greenwich, until the war, in which he 
took a deep interest. His patriotism did not allow him to remain neutral, or 
a spectator to the noble effort the State made to assist in subduing the rebel- 
lion. 

He not only lent his aid and influence in raising soldiers, but set the exam- 
ple of being one himself. He loved his country, and knew too well how to 
prize its government and laws to remain passive during her struggle. He 
gave his life in their defence. He enlisted in the Rhode Island cavalry, where 
he received a commission as first lieutenant. 

After joining his regiment in Louisiana, he was appointed Judge advocate, 
which position he held until his decease, which occurred at Napolconville, 
August 13, 1865. He was taken sick at Thibodeaux while attending the duties 
of his office. He remained there until the ac^oumment of the commission, 
when he returned to Napolconville ; was seized with a congestive clilll, and 
died in about two hours. 

He was burled with military honors. His body was placed in a metallic 
coffin, and then enclosed in a brick vault. 



The following is the inscription flrom the tombstone of her great-great- 
grandmother : 

** In memory of Mrs. Desire Allen, Relict of Mr. John Allen (formerly the 
wife of Mr. Ebenezer Foster), who died November 27, 1810, aged 100 years 
1 month and 28 days. 

* Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, for they 
rest from their labors and their works do follow them." 

Her name before marriage was Desire Cushman. She married Ebenezer 
Foster, September 17, 1730. Their daughter, Mercy Foster, married Solomon 
Peck, the great-grand&ther of Mary Ann. 

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90 PECK GENEAIOGTi — PABT FIRST. 

His name, with the name of others like him, will be remembered and hon- 
ored, while the Northern traitors and Soathem sympathizers he left behind 
will be forgotten, or remembered only to be despised. 

Mr. Peck married Harriet £. Newell, daughter of Nelson Newell, Esq., of 
Franklin, liass. His children are (824) : BattU ul.,' and (825) WUliam E.* 

[301.] JOEL F. PECK, son of Boyal, married Lucy Peck, 
daughter of Solomon Peck, of Cumberland, R. L, December 1820, 
and settled upon the homestead, where he died, July 17, 1866. 

CHILDREN — KIGHTH GENKRATIOX : 

826. PhUa Amanda, b. Dec 15, 1823. 828. Bojal Jackson, b. Dec. 14, 1831. 

Died Aug. 13, 1826. 

827. Abby Sellna, b. Nov. 29, 1827. 

Died Feb. 13, 1848. 

Hoyal Jackson married EUen £. FoUett, danghter of EULs Follett, of Com- 
berland, K. 1. Their children are (829) : Charles H,, bom November 1854 ; 
(830) Ahby </., bom September 15, 1856-, (831) Joel E., bora March 15, 1859; 
(832) Ides E., bora December 20, 1860. He resides npon the homestead which 
has now been in the name more than 150 years. 

[302.] IRA BJ PECK, son of Boyal,« married Mary Black- 
intOD; daughter of Ellis Blackintoiiy of Attleborough, Mass., June 
19, 1834. He resides at Woonsocket, R. L 

CHELD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

833. Ira £., b. Aag. 24, 1846. 

[305.] FOSTERS PECK, son of JoEaL,« resides in Xorth Prov- 
idence. He married Susan Arnold. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION:] 

834. Susan. 835. Foster. 
Susan married John Barnes, of North Providence, R. I. 

[306.] LEWIS^ PECK, son of Joel,« resided in Cumberland, 
R. L, where he died, October 25, 1827. He was a carpenter by 
trade, enterprising and industrious. He married Permelia Carpen- 
ter, daughter of William Carpenter, of Uxbridge, Mass., March 
24, 1816. She resided at Valley Falls, R. L, in 1863. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 91 



CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

836. Lacena, b. Jane 26, 1818. 888. Maria C, b. Dec. 14, 1823. 

837. Edward, b. May 17, 1821. 

Lucena married Leonard Cumstock, of Providence, R. It • 

Edward married Abba Woodward, of Taunton, Mass. He died Angus t 

1852, leaving two sons, (839) Lewis^* and (840) ^enr^,"* who were residing 

with their mother in Taunton in 1863. 
Maria C. married Jesse Moffett. T'ley reside in Pawtucket, K. I. 



[307.] ALFRED^ PECK, son of Solomon,^ resided in Cum- 
berland, R. I., where he died, 

** I here by certify that AlfVed Peck of Cumberland son of Solomon 
Peck and Holdah Ballou daughter of Edward Ballou of Cumberland 
were lawfully joined together in marriage on the 26th day of Septem- 
ber A D 1810 by me 

BENJAMIN WILKINSON Justice of Peace. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

841. Welcom Riley, b. Nov. 21, 1818. 842. Mary Adaline, b. Dec. 7, 1827. 

Welcom B. married Nancy M. Whipple, daughter of Daniel Whipple. He 
died April 30, 1840, leaving no issue. 
Mary A. married Barton Follett, of Cumberland, K. I., where they reside. 

[310.] WHIPPLE^ PECK, son of Solomon,^ resided in Frank- 
lin, Mass., where he died. 

He married Roxana Harris, daughter of Oliver Harris, of Cum- 
berland, R. I., November 17,1815. His widow was residing in 
Franklin in 1863. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

843. Eunice A., b. March 13, 1816. 849. Leland T., b. Dec. 7, 1828. 

Died Oct. 2, 1819. Died Feb. 28, 1834. 

844. Nancy S., b. Nov. 4, 1817. 860. Oliver H., b. Feb. 15, 1831. 

Died Sept. 26, 1819. Died Jan. 25, 1842. 

845. Phcbe, b. Dec. 14, 1819. 851. Whipple, b. Feb. 20, 1834. 

846. Russell, b. Dec. 2, 1821. 862. Henry C, b. June 27, 1837. 

Died Dec. 11, 1866. 863. Francis, ^. Nov. 28, 1839. 

847. Philina, b. Oct. 13, 1823. Died Oct. 19, 1867. 

848. Eliab H., b. Feb. 10, 1826. 

Died May 8, 1846. 



92 « PECK GENEALOGY, — PART FIRST. 

Phebe married Barton Ballon, and resides in Franklin, Mass. 

Bussell married Olive Ann Whipple, daughter of Simon Whipple, of Cum- 
berland, R. I. Their daughter (S54), Emma Jane,* was bom October 33, 1847. 

Fhilina married James Greenwood, and was residing in Chelsea, Mass., in 
1864. 

Eliab H, married Jane Bishop. 

Whipple married Marion Bnrr, and settled in Richmond, Vt. Their son Is 
(856) JBSatuin.* 

Henry C was residing with his mother, in 1863, unmarried. 

Francis was residing in Boston, unmarried, in 1864. 

[313.] STEPHEN^ PECK, son of Solomon,* married Eliza 
Tingley, March 25, 1834, daughter of Columbia Tingle v, of Cumber- 
land, R. I. They resided in Smithfield, R. I., where he died, Decem- 
ber 1, 1859. His widow resides at Central Falls, R. L 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

856. Amoret, b. July 12, 1835. 862. Stephen A.,b. Nov. 5, 1846. 

857. Crawford, b. March 19, 1837. 863. Eliza J., b. Nov. 17, 1848. 

858. WUliam, b. Aog. 6, 1839. Died Died July 29, 1851. 

Aug. 17, 1839. 864. Wllbonr M., b. Aug. 29, 1852. 

859. Laora A., b.*Oct. 26, 1840. Died Sept. 26, 1852. 

860. Mahala A., b. Nov. 22, 1842. 865. Walter B., b. Ang. 2, 1853. 

861. Hiram L., b. Sept. 13, 1844. 

Died July 26, 1851. 

[314.] GEORGE BJ PECK, son of Solomox,« married Mary 
Ann Franklin, daughter of Ebenezer Franklin. He died in Cam- 
berland, R. I. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

866. George Andrew ; resides in Boston, Mass. 

[316.] Dr. KELLY 7 PECK, son of Jesse,« settled in Cum- 
berland, R. L, where he died, February 14, 1840. He married 
Amey Ann Arnold, November 17, 1831, daughter of Eleazer Ar- 
nold, of Cumberland, R. I. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

867. Menzo W., b. Aug. 28, 1832. 870. Conrad M., b. April 8, 1839. 

868. Eliza A., b. April 16, 1834. Died September 8, 1840. 

869. Imogene, b. July 3, 1837. 

Memo married Ellen Marsh, February 24, 1860. Their daughter, (871) 
Amey Ann,* wAs bom January 80, 1862. 



DESCEHDANTB OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 93 

[321.] JOHN PECK/ son of Joseph,^ married Sally Blacket, 
daughter of John Blacket, of New York City, October 3, 1818. 
He died July 21, 1835. She died February 5, 1846. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

872. Jane M., b. Aog. 17, 1819. 874. Phebe V., b. Jan. S, 1828. 

873. John B., b. Jan. 20, 1822. 

There were other children who died yonng. 

Jane M, married John W. Broderick, and settled in New York City, where 
she died, March 9, 1849. 

John B, married Maria Azlee Landry, and was residing in Netr Orleans in 
1865. 

Phebe V. married John H. Wood, and was residing In New York City In 
1865. 

[323.] JEREMIAH ^ PECK, son of Joseph,® married Sally 
Hoi^htalin, daughter of James Houghtalin, of Half Moon, Sara- 
toga County, N. Y., October 28, 1815. She was born May 9, 
1796. He resided at Adrian, Mich., where he died March 27, 
1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

875. Caroline, b. Aag. 22, 1816. 880. Harriet N.,b. Oct. 19, 1825. 

876. Benjamin F., b. Dec. 28, 1817. 881. Abyah, b. Dec. 4, 1827. 

877. James H., b. Oct. 7, 1819. 882. Lydia E., b. April 16, 1829. 

878. Lonisa, b. April 19, 1821. 883. Jeremiah, b. Nov. 20, 1833. 

879. Mary J., b. Oct. 16, 1823. 

Caroline married Allen Armstrong, and resides in Butler, Wayne County, 
N. Y. 

Their children are : Sallys* Samantha^* Thomas,* George, and James,* 

Benjamin F. has been twice married : Ist, to Margaret Congor ; 2d, to Abigail 
H. Dudley. He resides in Walcott, Wayne County, N. Y. His children in 
1864 were : 

(884) Eron J,,* bom May 12, 1844 ; and (886) John TT.,' bom December 8, 
1846 ; and one died in infancy. 

James is unmarried ; he is a physician. He was residing, for the restora- 
tion of his health, upon one of the Chincha Islands, near the coast of Pera, 
South America, in 1864. Louisa* married John Conger. They reside at 
Adrian, Mich. Their children are: Charlotte,* Albine,* Clarence O.,* Louisa,* 
and Frances.* 

Mary J. married Leander Spring, of Mass. Resides at Medina, Mich. 
Their children are : James Henry,* Jeremiah,* Arthur Almirin,* Mary,* Char- 
lotte * and Charles,* 

Harriet N, married Frederick Irish, and resides at Adrian. Their children 
are : Ellvoood* and HaUie Louisa.* 



94 PECK GENEALOGT, — PABT FIBST. 

Abiiah married Elizabeth Fleek. Thej reside in Hart, Mich, Their chil- 
dren are : Charles* and Harriet,* 

Lydia E, married Amos Letcher. They resided in Hudson, Mich. Their 
child is Herbert* 

Jeremiah was 2d lieutenant in the 1st Michigan Infkntrj, and was woonded 
at the battle of Stone River, Tenn., December, 1862; taken prisoner; left in 

the hands of the rebels, and died January 1, 1863. He married Adelaide . 

His children are : (886) WQliam H^ and (887) Elmer J* 

[325.] IRA^ PECK, son of Joseph,* married Nancy Guild, 
January 29, 1823. She was born in Lansingburg, Rensselaer 
County, N. Y., June 16, 1801. They resided in the town of Half- 
moon, Saratoga County, N. Y. 

He died December 1862. She December 3, 1846. 

CHILDRKK — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

888. Horatio GaUd, b. Oct. 81, 1823. 890. John Naphthalia, b. Feb. 4, 

889. Nathan Henry, b. Oct. 10, 1825. 1834. 

891. Hiram A., b. Nov. 15, 1836. 

Horatio G. married Sarah Edmonds, October 14, 1847. She was bom in 
StiUwater, Saratoga County, May 25, 1822. Their children are : (892) Caro- 
line M,,* b. in Wilton, September 23, 1848; (893) Jane* b. October 17, 1851, 
In Colesville; and (894) Elizabeth* b. May 28, 1861, in StUlwater. 

Xathan H married Maria Elizabeth Riley, August 30, 1851. She was bom 
June 21, 1837. They reside at Saratoga. Their children are : (895) George 
-4. ,• b. February 23, 1853; (896) Charles Uenry,* b. October 11, 1856; (897) 
Harriet Augusta,* b. August 4, 1859 ; Hiram A. enlisted into the army, and 
John i\r. is supposed to have gone to Pike's Peak. 

[326.] GEORGE^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ settled in Canton, 
lo., where he was residing in 1864. He has been twice married: 
first, to Ann Eliza Ide, January 7, 1821 ; second, to Mrs. Margaret 
Hunter, formerly Miss Margaret Lyle, October 15, 1854. His first 
wife died June 27, 1854. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENEILiTION : 

898. GUbert I., b. Feb. 13, 1822. 903. George, b. Feb. 25, 1833. 

899. Sarah J., b. June 18, 1824. 904. Lewis J., b. Nov. 5, 1835. 

Died Aug. 25, 1841. 906. Phebe L., b. Jan. 6, 1838. 

900. George W., b. Jan. 10, 1827. Died April 29, 1838. 

Died in infancy. 906. Samuel E., b. July 28, 1840. 

901. William H., b. Jan. 25, 1828. 907. Eliza J., b. March 14, 1843. 

902. John I, b. June 21, 1830; unm. 

in 1864. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 95 

Gilbert married, first, Sarah J. Barber; second, Almlra Shumway. His 
children are : (908) Oscar,* (909) Anthie Jane,* and (910) Ann Eliza,* He 
was residing at Dowagiac, Mich, in 1864. 

William H, married Rachel Lake. His children are: (911) Milo D.* and 
(912) Zilpha Q* 

George married Harriet Allen, and settled in California. 

Lewis */. died unmarried. 

Samuel E. married Maiy E. WideL His children are : (913) DevUlo* and 
(914) Eliza J* 

Eliza J. married George W. Gibson. She was a widow, residing in Can- 
ton, Mich., in 1864. 

[329.] JOSEPH FJ PECK, son of Joseph,® married, for his 
first wife, Catharine A. Gow, daughter of Cornelius Gow ; for his 
second, Elizabeth Staly, daughter of Abraham. Stalj ; and for his 
third, Mary E. Kimball. His first wife died April 4, 1837. His 
second wife died February 22, 1849.. He was residing at Kala- 
mazoo, Mich., in 1864. 

CHILDBEN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

915. Perrln, b. May 26, 1830. 920. Clarissa T., b. May 7, 1840. 

916. Ephralm K., b. Jan. 16, 1832. 921. Fhebe P., b. March 29, 1842. 

Drowned July 16, 1834. 922. Mary £., b. Oct. 28, 1843. 

917. Daniel W., b. April 3, 1836. Died Aug. 27, 1846. 

KUled at Fayette, Missouri, 923. Henry C, b. Jan. 12, 1845. 

March 29, 1862. 924. Caroline A., b. Jan. 14, 1847. 

918. Hellen M., b. Feb. 19, 1837. 926. , b, Feb. 16, 1849. Died in 

919. Flavlous J., b. Feb. 22, 1839. infancy, unnamed. 

Died Aug. 19, 1839. 926. AdeUza, b. Feb. 19, 1851. 

[336.] HENRY W.^ PECK, son of Amos,« married Melinda 
Vanderworker, daughter of Sovereign Vanderworker, of Northum- 
berland, Saratoga County, N. Y., October 6, 1830. She was bom 
November 3, 1807. They reside in Northumberland. He is a 
farmer. 

CHILDREN— EIGHTH GENERATION: 

927. Mary Ann, b. March 9, 1832. 929. Reed, b. Feb. 11, 1841. 

928. George Henry, b. Jan. 20, 1835. 

[338.] AMOS^ PECK, son of Amos,® married Elizabeth Ann 
Nelson, daughter of Gilbert Nelson, of Saratoga Springs, May 13, 
1846. He resides upon the homestead, a farmer. 



96 PECK 6ENEAL06T| — PAST FIBST. 

CHILDRKN — EIGHTH GEKERAITOK : 

980. Mary Frances, b. Feb. 12, 1847. 982. Carrie Elizabeth, b. April 18, 

981. Charles Nelson, b. Nov. 17, 1861. 

1854. 983. One died in infimcy, unnamed. 

[340J OLIVERS PECK, son of Ira,« resided in Saratoga, 
where he died, November 14, 1832. He married Sarah Patrick, 
October 14, 1830. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

984. Isaac L., b. Dec. 14, 1831. 985. Oliver, b. March 14, 1833. 

[346.] IRA L.^ PECK, son of Ira,« settled at Farm Ridge, 
Lasalle County, Illinois. He has been twice married: first, to 
Louisa Allen, December 28, 1834; second, Elizabeth Yanantwerp, 
April 18, 1844. His first wife died May 23, 1843. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

936. Mary L., b. Sept. 23, 1836. 989. Francis Wayland, b. Aug. 23, 

987. Ira S., b. Dec. 4, 1845. 1850. 

938. Lydia Jane, b. Sept. 27, 1847. 940. Jolia £Ua, b. May 20, 1855. 

Mary L, married Henry L. Commings, Nov. 28, 1854. 

[347.] ARUNA C. T.^ PECK, son of Ira,« resided at Sara 
toga Lake in 1863. He married Ellen A. Abel, daughter of David 
Abel, February 17, 1842. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

941. Carrie L., b. June 22, 1848. 944. EUa J., b. Jan. 24, 1853. 

942. John W., b. Aug. 31, 1847. 945. Jesse B., b. March 4, 1863. 

943. Hannah C, b. July 25, 1850. 

[349.] STEPHEN^ PECK, son of Lewis,« married Isabella 
Barns, January 12, 1827. He resides at Denning, Ulster County, 
N. Y., a farmer. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

946. Mai-y E., b. Dec. 14, 1832. 950. Ann, b. Dec. 18, 1840. 

947. Sarah, b. Nov. 27, 1834. 951. Louisa, b. Nov. 4, 1843. 

948. Alexander H., b. April 26, 1837. 962. Laura, b. June 7, 1845. 

949. Mary Jane, b. June 21, 1889. 958. Cornelia, b. Aug. 22, 1848. 



DBSCBNDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK; JB. 97 

[354.] ENOCH'' PECK, son of Lewis,« resides at Homowack, 
N. Y, He married Sarah Rogers, November 16, 1844. She was 
born March 2, 1825. 

CHILD — EIOHTH GENHRATION. 

954. George W., b. Oct. 8, 1848. 



[355.] ANQUEVINE^ FECK, son of Lewis,® resided at 
Homowack, N. Y., where he died, November 1854. He married 
Deborah Polhamus. She survived him, and married again. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

955. Wmiam. 9G0. Ellen Jane. 

956. Mary Catherine. 961. Lena Catherine. 

957. John. 962. Thomas. 

958. Isaac Henry. 963. Mary. 

959. Anna Maria. 



[361.] JACOB*' PECK, son of Benjamin,® married Amey 
Bo wen, December 15, 1828, daughter of Samuel Bo wen. He was 
residing in Mobile, Ala., in 1863. 

CHILDREN ~ EIGHTH GENERATION. 

964. Mary B., b. Oct. 25, 1831. 966. Albert B., b. May 29, 1837. 

965. Sarah M., b. Feb. 1, 1885. 

Died AprU 1, 1836. 



[362.] CYRUS^ PECK, son of Benjamin,^ married: for his 
first wife, Melissa Ryan, daughter of Zarks Ryan ; for his second. 
Rath Hoxie, August 1833, daughter of Cornelius Hoxie; for his 
third, Fanny Hoxie, daughter of Cornelius Hoxie ; for his fourth, 
Ruth Davis, October 21, 1841, daughter of Isaac Davis, His first 
wife died July 3, 1831. His second wife died October 22, 1835. 
His third wife died in 1839. He died in Sonora, Illinois, Novem- 
ber 12, 1859. 

CHILDREN — EIOHTH GENERATION. 

967. Melissa R., b. Jnne 25, 1831. 971. Jacob C. Died young. 

968. Eliza A., b. Jnne 11, 1835. 972. Zack, b. Oct. 10, 1848. Died 

969. Morris, b. Oct. 21, 1842. May 1855. 

970. Cyms D. Died yonng. 

9 



98 PECK OEirEALOGT. — PART FIRST. 

MeJissa S. married Edwin J. Aldrich, Jannuy 81, 1849. 
Miza A. married Robert S. Owen, November 5, 1856. 

Morris married Elizabeth Willson, April 13, 1862. His daughter, Elizabeth,* 
was bom April 3, 1864. They were all residing in Montrose, Iowa, in 1864. 



[363.] LEVF PECK, son of BENJAinN,« married Orelia G. 
Flower, daughter of Orman Flower, September 29, 1832. She 
was born August 1 7, 1812. They reside in Huron, Ohio. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OEXERATTON. 

973. Ruth 0., b. March 10, 1834. 977. Henry L., b. Aug. 20, 1842. 

974. Harriet L., b. July 7, 1836. Died 978. Edward F., b. Sept. 25, 1844. 

Aug. 24, 1849. 979. Patience, b. Oct. 20, 1846. 

976. Wmiam W., b. Oct. 19, 1839. 980. Sophronla, b. Aug. 5, 1850. 

976. Bertha L., b. July 28, 1841. Died 

AprU 6, 1869. 

Huth O. married William Bardshar, May 20, 1865, and settled in Castalia 
Village, Ohio. 



[365.] GEORGE'' PECK, son of Benjamin,® married Catha- 
rine Stearns, daughter of Joseph Stearns, of Middleborough, Vt. 
Her mother, before marriage, was Betsey Hagcr, of Waltham, 
Mass. They reside at Jonesville, Michigan. 

CHILDREN — EIOUTH GENERATION. 

981. George Franklin, b. July 1846. 984. Harriet Catherine, b. Sept. 26, 

982. Herbert Jacob, b. Sept. 28, 1848. 1858. 

983. Sylvia Maria, b. Nov. 3, 1863. 

Died July 11, 1867. 



[367.] BENJAMIN^ PECK, Jr., son of Benjamin,® married 
Clara Loomis, March 24, 1844. He resided in Mobile, Ala., where 
he died with the yellow fever, October 17, 1853. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

985. Phebe Ellen, b. Dec. 20, 1844. 987. Clarence B., b. March 21, 1858. 

986. Caroline Patience, b. July 8, 

1847. 



[371.] GEORGE J.^ PECK, son of James,« married Marett 
Mansfield, of Schenectady, March 1, 1837. He resides in DondeOi 
Kane County, 111. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK; JB. 99 

CmLDRRN— EIOHTH GENERATION: 

988. CoideUa U., b. May 10, 1838, at 991. Sanford James, b. Dec. 24, 1847, 

St. Charles, m. at Dundee, 111. 

989. Permelia Eliza, b. April 6, 1841, 992. Willlam Alston, b. Jan. 27, 1859, 

at Elgin, 111. at Dundee, m. 

990. George M., b. Aug. 14, 1848, at 

Dundee, 111. 

Cordelia U. married William Alston, of Chicago, October 6, 1857. He died 
in California, December 9, 1858. She was again married to Sanford Wilcox, 
October 8, 1862. Their daughter, Isabella,* was bom January IG, 1864. 

[383.] GEORGE^ PECK, son of George,® settled at Roches- 
ter, N. Y., where he engaged in mercantile business. He married 
Harriet Prindle, October 1840, daughter of Harvey Prindle, one 
of the pioneers of Western New York. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

993. George Prindle, b. Aug. 1841. 

[386.] JATHNIEL^ PECK, son of Otis,« settled upon the 
homestead. He married Sybil Horton, daughter of Shubael Hor- 
ton, of Rehoboth, Mass. She was born October 18, 1788. He 
died July 13, 1840. 

CHILX>REN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

994. Otis C, b. March 15, 1812. Died 996. SybU M., b. July 13, 1819. Died 

March 9, 1853. Jan. 24, 1840. 

995. Joanna B., b. June 24, 1815. 997. George H., b. Oct. 1, 1821. 

998. Jathniel A., b. Jan. 8, 1829. 

Otis C married Mary Ann Goff. His children are : (999) James O.,® b. Sep- 
tember 13, 1823; (1000) Jathniel C.,» b. October 15, 1846; (1001) Sybil,^ b. 
February 22, 1849; (1002) Thomus B,,* b. January 29, 1851. 

Joanna married Jacob H. Horton. 

George H. married Sarah W. Hersey. His children are : (1003) Sarah J^,» 
b. March 9, 1843; (1004) George W,,* b. October 7, 1845; (1005) Jacob H.,* b. 
December 22, 1846; (1006) Joanna i?.,' b. January 17, 1849; (1007) Mary E.,^ 
b. July 19, 1851; (1008) Grace,* b. December 26, 1856; {lOOd) Emma J.* h * 
October 29, 1857; (1010) Albert C,® b. November 28, 1858. 

Jathniel A., married Abbie L. White. His children are : (1011) Herbert L,* 
b. January 21, 1850; (1012) CZeWnce A, • b. January 22, 1853; (1013) Frank 
Otis.* b. December 28, 1860. 

[389.] OTIS'' PECK, son of Otis,® married Cynthia W. Bliss, 
daughter of Abadial Bliss, of Rehoboth, Mass., April 10, 1810. 
He resided in different places. He died October 10, 1842. 



100 PECK GENEALOGY; — PART FIRST. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1014. Grace C, b. Feb. 29, 1812. 1017. Harriet N., b. July 23, 1818- 

1015. George Otis, b. Sept. 15, 1814. 1018. William H., b. Sept. 19, 1S20 

Died Aug. 27, 1815. was in California In 1864. 

1016. George Otis, b. Jan. 20, 1816. 1019. James W., b. l«ov. 18, 1824. 

Died in 1817. 

Chrace C. married Willard Pierce. 
Harriet N. married William H. Barney. 



[394.] BELA^ PECK, son of Jamb8,« married Roba Wheeler. 
He lived and died in Attleborough, Mass. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1020. OnriUa. 1024. Orvilla. 

1021. Harriet. 1025. Nancy. 

1022. Fanny. 1026. Henry. 

1023. Mariett. 



[305.] LYMAir PECK, son of James,« married Mercy 
Wheeler. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1027. Harrison Gray 0tl8, b. Nov. 9, 1028. Hyleman Jnlios, b. Oct. 1818. 
1811. 

[306.J OEIN^ PECK, of Boston, son of James,^ married Eliza 
Williams, daughter of Samuel Williams, of Milton, Mass., Decem- 
ber 6, 1821. He was located at the Boylston market for many 
years. He was much respected by all with whom he did business 
for his kindness, honesty and integrity. He died May 7, 1865. 
His wife died April 26, 1858. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

1029. Lydia Adaline, b. July 23, 1826. 1032. Oren Henrj-, b. Aug. 7, 1832. 

1030. Helen A. Wmiams, b. Nov. 24, 1033. Martha Anna, b. Aug. 30, 1834. 

1827. 1034. George Williamii, b. April 16, 

1031. Emily Belinda, b. Feb. 11, 1830. 1837. 

Lydia married Jeremiah Richards. 

Helen married Joseph N. Wheeler. 

Oren H and George W. are married, and reside in Boston. 

Oren H. married Julia S. Emery. Their chUdren are : Emily IT.,' Henry S,* 
and Herbert.^ 

Ck'orge W. married H. Eliza Pratt. Their chUdren are : Arthur E.,^ b. Decem- 
ber 28, 1862; died March 1, 1863; and Oticar Tyler j* b. September 2, 1867. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR. 101 

[399.] HORATIO' PECK, son of James,« married Sally 
BlisS; daughter of Abadial Bliss, May 1 7, 1 834. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1085. Charles Warren, b. April 9, 1038. Saraphlna Prat, b. July 12, 
1836. 1846. 

1036. Sarah Amelia, b. Oct. 28, 1838. 1039. Josephine Bliss, b. July 12, 

1037. Justin Abadial, b. Nov. 17, 1846. 

1842. Twins. 



[401.] GEORGE WJ PECK, son of Shubael,« died in Prov- 
idence, March 14, 1860. He married Ann Eliza Coggshall, daugh- 
ter of John Coggshall, of Pawtucket, R. I. 

CHILDREN — EIGHrH GENERATION: 

1040. George W. 1044. Thomas H. 

1041. Sarah. 1045. Mary. 

1042. WmiamF. 1046. . 

1043. Andrew J. 1047. Charles. 

George W. married Ann Armstrong. He resided in Providence, R. I., in 
1863. His chUdren were : (1048) Mary ^.,» (1049) Jarnea,® (1060) Henryy^ 
(1051) Ella Jane,* (1062) Margaret,* (1053) Elizabeth Ann* and (1054) Oeorge 
W.* 

[402.] JERE^HAH^ PECK, son of Shubael,^ resided in 
Taunton, Mass., in 1863. A machinist by trade and occupation. 
He married Ann A. Wilbor, of Taunton. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1055. Hannah W., b. May 3, 1838. 1060. Sarah F., b. Dec. 2, 1846. 

1056. Mary E., b. Jan. 2, 1840. Died young. 

1057. Wmiam E., b. Sept. 21, 1842. 1061. George F., b. Sept. 25, 1849. 

1058. Charles H., b. Jan. 29, 1843. 1062. Thomas E., b. Dec. 27, 1853. 

1059. George A., b. May 4, 1846. 1063. Adaliue U., b. Sept. 27, 1855. 

Died young. 1064. Alonzo M., b. April 10, 1857. 



[403.] WILLIAM P.'' PECK, son of Shubael,^ married Mary 
A. Philips. He died October 29, 1857. She survived him, and 
was residing in North Dartmouth in 1863. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1065. William B., b. March 9, 1842. 1067. Charles H., b. Sept. 27, 1848. 

1066. Henry A., b. Feb. 3, 1847. 

Died Sept. 24, 1848. 
9* 



102 PECK OENEALOGT, PART FIB8T. 

WUUam B. married Ellen Thomas, and was residing in North Dartmouth in 
1863. 



[409.] WILLIAM H.'' PECK, son of Benoni,« married Han- 
nah Tolman, of Dorchester, daughter of Lemuel Tolman. She was 
born May 20, 1808, and died June 29. 1855. He was residing in 
Boxburj, Mass., in 1862, a mechanic. 

CHILDREN — KIGHTH GKNERATION : 

1068. WUliam, b. Jan. 18, 1832. 1073. Harriet, b. April 3, 1840. 

1069. Mary E. T., b. June 18, 1833. 1074. Otis, b. Nov. 7, 1841. 

1070. Albert, b. Oct. 3, 1834. Died 1076. Angeline, b. Dec. 1, 1845. 

Nov. 11, 1834. 1076. Julia M., b. Aug. 1, 1848. 

1071. Sarah H., b. Jan. 27, 1836. 1077. Charles F., b. July 28, 1850. 

Died April 10, 1862. Died Aug. 5, 1850. 

1072. Lucy Ann, b. Oct. 6, 1838. 

William married Cabrilla Kemp, and settled at Mount Pleasant, Saratoga 
County, N.Y. His chUdren are: (1078) Willie,^ (1079) Eddie,^ and (1080) 
Charles.^ 

Mary married Edward W. Murry, of Roxbury, July 4, 1852. 

Lucy married David G. Hovey, of Willimanton, Vt. 



[410.] LIBBEUS' PECK, son of Benoni,« married Emclme 
Flint, of Ashford, Conn., daughter of Aaron Flint, November 24, 
1831. They reside in Providence, R. I. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENKRATION : 

1081. EmeUne, b. Oct. 15, 1833. 1086. Lucy Adaline, b. Oct. 14, 1844. 

1082. Edward Flint, b. July 10, 1835. Died Feb. 26, 1849. 

Died Oct. 18, 1836. 1087. George Libbeus, b. Dec. 19, 

1083. Eliza Ann, b. Sept. 20, 1837. 1846. Died June 29, 1847. 

1084. Frances Emeline, b. Feb. 14, 1088. George Libbeus, b. Jan. 22, 

1840. 1848. Died Feb. 19, 1849. 

1085. Edward KimbaU, b. Jan. 1, 

1843. 



[415.] SYLVESTERS PECK, son of Benoni,^ married Elenor 
Baird, of New York city, April 29, 1841. His family were resid- 
ing at Bridgeport, Conn., in 1863. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1089. Wmiam C, b. Feb. 10, 1842. 1092. Elenor Jane, b. Feb. 19, 1847. 

1090. Sarah A., b. Aug. 21, 1843. 1093. Lucy Ann, b. Sept. 28, 1853. 

1091. Oscar, b. May 27, 1845. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 103 

[418.] EDMOND JJ PECK, son of Edmond,« married Peddy 
Peck, No. 435, daughter of Cromwell Peck, of Rehoboth, Mass., 
October 28, 1822. He died March 10, 1829. She survived him, 
and married James Bliss, by whom she had five children. She was 
residing in Attleborough, Mass., in 1863. 

CHILDKEN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1094. Catharin A., b. Sept. 1, 1823. 1097. Edmond E., b. Oct. 3, 1828. 

1095. Caleb S., b. Feb. 5, 1825. Died Aug. 10, 1829. 

1096. Fbebe A., b. Dec. 3, 1826. 

Died Feb. 17, 1849. 

[420.] AENOLD' PECK, son of Edmond,« married Betsey 
Hicks. He was a sea-faring man, and has not been heard from for 
many years. 

CHILDBEN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

1098. Alice N., b. AprU 15, 1825. 1101. Adaline, b. July 1830. 

Died May 26, 1867. 1102. Charles, b. July 3, 1838. Died 

1099. Qyrus F., b. Dec. 22, 1826. Aug. 20, 1860. 

Died July 12, 1858. 1103. George, b. June 20, 1840. 

1100. Martha M., b. Aug. 1828. 

Died Sept. 15, 1859. 

[421 .] OTIS T.'' PECK, son of Edmond,^ settled in Waterbury, 
Conn., where he died, in 1851. He married Laura Ann Kilbourn. 
She died in 1860, aged 49 years. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1104. Fidelia A. 1109. Erwin H. 

1105. WeUlngton. 1110. Edward L. 

1106. HoUister. 1111. Thomas J. 

1107. Maria Louisa. 1112. Emogene. 

1108. Frank C. 1113. Mary J. 

Fidelia A. married, first, Cyras P. Morrill ; second, Luther Fuller ; and was 
residing in Boston in 1864. 

[423.] HENRY W.^ PECK, son of Edmond,« married Anna 
Maria Pettee. They resided in East Taunton, Mass., in 1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1114. Mary Muncrief, b. May 18, 1116. Walter Henry, b. AprU 26, 

1846. 1849. 

1116. Deborah Austin, b. Nov. 11, 1117. James Edmond, b. June 21, 

1847. 1861. 

1118. Frank Wheaton, b. Oct. 7, 1853. 

Mary M. married George A. HaU, of North Brldgewater, September 1862. 



104 PECK GENEALOOr, — PABT FIBST. 

[433.] BILLINGS^ PECK, son of Cromwell,* married Delfla 
GoflF, daughter of Charies GoflF, January 9, 1825. She was bom 
February 24, 1807. They reside in Rehoboth, Mass. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GEXERATION : 

1119. Francis H., b. March 10, 1826. 1121. Hattie A., b. June 15, 1845. 

1120. CaroUne P., b. July 28, 1837. 

Francis H. married Harriet Goff, daughter of Shiibael Goff, of Rehoboth, 
Mass. Tlieir children are: (1122) BUlings,^ b. October 18, 1849; (1123) HqT' 
riet E.,^ b. March 11, 1851 ; (1124) Emma F.,» b. March 7, 1862; (1125) Gtorge 
5.,» b. February 26, 1854; (1126) Cora J.,^ b. September 11, 1856; and (1127) 
Otorge H.,^b. October 18, 1858. 

Caroline married Daniel B. Clement, of Norwich, Yt. 

Hattie was residing at hqme, unmarried, in 1863. 

[434.] PAELEAMON^ PECK, son of Cromwell,® married 
Polly L. Green, widow of John Davis Green, of Rehoboth, Mass., 
March 10, 1833. He at first settled in Rehoboth, and afterwards 
in Illinois. He died at Joliet, Will County, March 28, 1857. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GEXERATION : 

1128. Shubael H., b. July 29, 1836. 

He resided at Bristol, Kendall County, lU., in 1863. 

He married Lucia M. Wheeler, December 21, 1862. Their chUdren are : 
(1129) Parker A.,^ b. October 1, 1863, and Julia Emma,^ b. January 14, 1866. 
The last name was not received until after the arrangement of the work, too 
late to be numbered and entered in the index. 

[436.] NELSON^ PECK, son of CR0MWEL^6 married Polly 
Cole, daughter of George Cole, of Rehoboth, Mass., September 12, 
1830. They were residing in Monroe, Wisconsin, in 1863. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1130. Andros, b. Sept. 13, 1833. 1132. Arthur, b. June 25, 1846. 

1131. Everett, b. March 3, 1838. 

Andros married Lucinda Humphrey. He was in the Union Army, Wiscon- 
sin Volunteers, 22d Regiment, in 1863. Their chUdren were : (1133) Otis C," 
EvereU E^ and (1134) Willard H,^ 

Everett married Mary E. Cameron. He was residing in Green County, Wis., 
in 1863. Their child was : (1135) Sarah E.^ 

Arthur was attending the Wisconsin University, in 1863, unm. 

[437.] BBADFORD W.'' PECK, son of Cromwbll,^ resides 
in the southwesterly part of Attleborough, Mass. He married 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JR. 105 

Lncretia A. Horton, daughter of Wheeler Horton, December 17, 
1835. She was born August 25, 1809. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1136. Amanda A., b. Jan. 6, 1887. 1138. A daughter, b. AprU 12, 1846. 

1137. John B., b. Oct. 4, 1842. Died in infancy. 

Amanda married Ebenezer Short, February 20, 1856. 

John B. was serving his coantry, in the Army of the Potomac, in 1863. 

[441.] PARMENIO W.^ PECK, son of Williams,^ married 
Abigail Gauss, daughter of Benjamin Gauss, of East Bloomfield, 
N. Y., a revolutionary soldier, and one of the first settlers of the 
town. They resided at East Bloomfield, N. Y., in 1860. He is a 
farmer. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1139. Elias C, b. March 13, 1836. 1142. Sarah C, b. May 26, 1844. 

1140. AbigaU G., b. Dec. 22, 1839. 1143. Fhebe E., b. AprU 5, 1851. 

1141. Benjamin, b. AprU 1, 1842. 

Elias C. is a farmer, settled at East Bloomfield, N. Y. 

Abigail^ Sarah and Phebe were residing at home, in 1863. 

Benjamin enlisted in the 85th Regiment, Company A., New York Volun- 
teers, August 1861, and died in the Douglass Hospital, at Washington, of the 
typhoid fever, June 8, 1862. 



[442.] IRA R.'' PECK, son of Williams,^ resides in East 
Bloomfield. He is a farmer. He married Clarissa Hamlin, 
daughter of William Hamlin. She died May 1833. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1144. Herman J., b. Sept. 7, 1832. 
Herman J, married Helen Root. He resides at East Bloomfield ; a farmer. 

[444.] HORATIO N.'' PECK, son of Williams,^ resides at 
Rochester, N. Y., where he is extensively engaged in the milling 
business. He married Hannah M. Colby, daughter of Col. East- 
man Colby, of Ogden, Monroe County, N. Y., August 13, 1851. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1146. Eastman C, b. May 6, 1863. 1148. Lewis R., b. Sept. 30, 1867. 

1146. Horatio N., b. Aug. 26, 1864. Died July 10, 1804. 

1147. Lucy H., b. May 9, 1866. 1149. WlUiam M., b. June 9, 1869. 

Died Feb. 8, 1860. 



IOC 

[4AT.I JCteiJtJr'IlL 5r PECK, OTirf LemicwiJ married Lemjrm 
SkL^barT. <iaiui!LCer of Levi SaHsfaQry. of EBe&0b«3^ Xa^ss^ Jolr 3, 
ISiS. ae wad bora Jnbr Li I^)tL 

CHILDBMS^ — MIItH'I'H SBSKSjfcHO?: 

1130. Sally JL. b. June 1>- L*2«. UJL libra IL, b. April 27, I^L 

Tilers were ckree other childraL In. diis flimily. wbii <fied jocm^. 

iSfiZIy A. married Lnaei Dean. ^Fovemii^ ±7. LM3* and settled as TaimtOB, 



FTan K, married Chaiies B. B&zt, Xaj 14. li€Sr ud settled in Serada. 

[450] JOXATHAX JJ PECK, soa of James.« resides in 
Barre. Vt. He is a &nner. He lias been twice married : first, to 
Mira Jane Tucker, fiaajditer of Jonas Tucker. Es<|., of Xewborr, 
N. H. ; 3econ<L to RoTanna Lo welL daoghter of E>aTid Lowell; of 
Salsbonr. X. H. His lirst wi& died Jannarr 30. 1S46. 



1151. Jbnas Oramele. b. Sept. -fty IIJ^ CLum Jones^ b. Jan. 15. ld56L 

1*W. 1157. Effie f^welL K Maj I*. 1857. 

1153. Abbie Jane. b. Feb. II. I<^38. Died Not. 19. 1^*1. 

1154. Eocene Cba^r b. X:ij £>, L:f40. II5if. JoniiChAa J«>aesK b. Dec 20, 

IS3:>. IK^id Jan. IS. is^s. 

^ jf?coiiJ «:?/•; : 115!). George Herbert, b. Aug. 29, 

1155. Flora May, b. July 13, 1S54. I-^^l. Died Nor. 17, Is^l. 

JonfU O. L» a Xethodi^t dersyman : was settled In CbeUea. Mass., in l^iSS. 
AbbU married Dr. Jot^epb L. Perkint^, XoTember •>, 1??<>2. Tbey were resid- 
ing in St. John;*bary. Vt., in l-j^W. 
£tigtma C was in the Xavy Yard, at Boston, nnm., in IS63. 

[456.] MARITN' H.' PECK, son of Ebenezer,® first settled 
in Termont, and then in Ohio. He afterwards moved to Xauvoo, 
El., and from there to iSalt Lake. f. T. He marrieii. for his first 
wife, Sosan C. Clouirfi. of DanviUe. Vt., June 18. 1S2T. She died 
in West Milton, Ohio, November 6, 1S43. For his second wife, he 
married llarv Thome, at Xauvoo, EI., March 2S, lS4rL 

CHILDREN — DGBTH GESIXATION : 

Edwin M., b. Jaly 24, U'2S. Hezekiah H., b. March 19, 1845. 

Joseph A., b. April 4, Ic3<). Sosan, b. Xot. 2S, ld4S. 

James £., b. March 7, 1*32. Mary A., b. Oct. 11. 1850. 

Wmiam P.. b. April 15, 18^. Sarah £., b. Sept. 7, 1852. Died Sept. 

Eoijene H., b. May 25. 1837. 29, 1853. 

Hiram, b. Nov. 25, 1840. Horton T., b. Ang. 20, 1854. Died 

Henry, b. Nov. 25, 1840. Oct. 24, 1855. 



DESCENDAKTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 107 

The record of the above family was received after the arrangement of the 
work, too late to be nxmibered and entered in the index. 

[458.] JAMES MJ PECK, son of Ebenezer,^ settled in Ken- 
tacky, tie married Melinda James, daughter of Thomas James, 
of Graves County, Ky., January 22, 1839. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OENERATION: 

1160. Lucins, b. Oct. 13, 1839. 1165. Rodman P., b. Sept. 20, 1850. 

1161. Lnvertia, b. April 26, 1841. 1166. Mary F., b. Feb. 16, 1853. 

1162. Julia A., b. Jan. 16, 1843. 1167. Emma H., b. Dec. 19, 1855. 

1163. Edward A., b. Jnly 8, 1845. 1168. James M., b.' Oct. 23, 1857. 

1164. Melinda, b. Sept. 24, 1847. 

Julia A, married David Stubblefleld, of Graves Coanty, Ky., December 17, 
1861. 



[461.] LUCIUS W.'' PECK, son of Ebenezer,« married Eliz- 
abeth Vore, October 26, 1842. They settled at West Milton, 
Miami County, Ohio, where he resided until 1863, when, as his 
wife writes, he migrated to Salt Lake City, leaving her and her 
children at Milton. 

CHU.DREN — EIGHTH OENERATION: 

1169. Susan Vore, b. Sept. 2, 1843. 1174. Nancy Ellen, b. Aug. 1, 1854. 

1170. Rebecca Ann, b. Feb. 14, 1846. 1175. Emma Caroline, b. June 23, 

1171. Mary Parolee, b. Feb. 24, 1848. 1857. 

1172. Sarah Elizabeth, b. July 22, 1176. Eliza Alice, b. Nov. 12, 1860. 

1850. 1177. Eldora Bell, b. July 4, 1862. 

1173. Martha Jane, b. Oct. 14, 1852. 

Died Aug. 23, 1853. 

Susan V. married Adam D. Leckrone, August 21, 1862. They reside in 
Monroe, Miami County, Ohio. Their son, William Henry,^ was bom May 25, 
1863. 

[462.] CYRIL C' PECK, son of Cyril C.,« married Hannah 
W. Bliss, daughter of Cyrus Bliss, of Rehoboth, January 25, 1843. 
They reside in North Rehoboth, where he is engaged in trade. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

1178. Edwin A., b. Nov. 2, 1843. 1182. WiUiam H., b. Aug. 23, 1850. 

1179. Hannah M., b. March 2, 1845. 1183. Charles H., b. July 18, 1853. 

1180. Sarah, b. AprU 1846. Died in Died April 14, 1861. 

infoncy. 1184. Charles E., b. May 27, 1861. 

1181. Henry M., b. Sept. 27, 1848. 

Died July 17, 1853. 



^*,f:^t^rti 2l f 



rf CniL C^* nuu-ried Lu- 
r«]dwmrd. of Norton^ Mass. 
4 and 11, 1846. 



1. 



- bL XoT. 1842. 

r^ bL June 1^44. Died 



PHILIP W.' PECK. §•» ol 
^. viiere be ^ Gtsts^i bi trade. 



C..* married Fanny 
in SoQth Behoboth, 



II«(>. T!ioiiia« D. b. lag :». I?44. 
1X90. C»9<!4xiiiaBAF~b.de9€.». Is4iw 
11»L Cyril C- b. April 17. l24»- 



US2. 
1I». 
IIM. 



31.^ b. March 3, 1851. 
£.. b. Julj 7, 1853. 
H., b. Jalj 2, 1858. 



[470.: GEORGE GJ 
san GiffonL for bis first wife. 
He resides in Mattapoisect. 

CHILD — 

1195. Sarmh G., b. Aprfl 1857. 



son of Ctril C.y* married Su- 
aiftd Sarah Harrid, for his second. 



[471.] ALFRED R.' PECK, son of Cyril C.,« married Mary 
Easterbrooks, of Swansey. daughter of Joseph Easterbrooks. They 
reside in Rehoboth, Mass. 

CHILDREX — EIGHTH GKXERATIOX: 

1196. James W., b. Aug. 27, 1855. 1197. Mary F., b. Dec. 29, 1858. 



[474.] WILLIAM" PECK, son of Benjamin,^ was a physi- 
cian, and settled at Cincinnati, Ohio. He died June 2, 1857. He 
married Jane Thane, daughter of Dr. Samuel Thane, of Hillsdale, 
Columbia County, N. Y. 

CHIIDREX — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1198. Ann Thane, b. March 1, 1824. 1201. WUUam Henry, b. April 20, 



I)!wl Nov. 21, 1842. 



1830. 



IKM). KuNfin Jane, b. Dec. 10, 1825. 1202. George Bachelor, b. Sept. 14, 



Died Feb. 26, 1826. 



1833. 



UOO. Mary Gano, b. March 11, 1828. 1203. Harriet Jane, b. Oct. 19, 1835. 

1204. Edwin Tyler, b. Jan. 9, 1839. 




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DESCEINBANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 109 

[476.] KEV. SOLOMOJT PECK, son of Bbnjamin,« was 
graduated at Brown University, at the age of 16 years, and after- 
wards became one of the teachers. At 20, he entered the Theo- 
ological Institution, at Andover, Mass. ; was ordained to the minis- 
try of the gospel at 23 ; became Professor of Latin and Hebrew 
-at Amherst College at 25 ; at 32, was appointed missionary to 
Prance by the American Baptist Board of Foreign Missions, and 
subsequently was their Foreign Secretary at Boston, Mass., more 
than twenty years ; within which period he visited their missions in 
France, Germany and Greece, and in 1852-3-4, those in Hither 
India, Assam and Burmah. In 1861, on the reduction of Port 
Royal, S. C, he went to the front, and became pastor of the Beau- 
fort (colored) church, remaining till the close of the war. In 
1866, he became chaplain of the "Disabled Soldiers' Home," in 
Boston, Mass. He received the honorary degree of Doctor of 
Divinity from Waterville College, Me., and from his Alma Mater. 
He was highly distingui8]|[ed in all the offices he held, performing 
his various duties with signal ability. He is a fine scholar, an ele- 
gant and chaste writer, and noted for his high moral and religious 
character. He married Elizabeth R. Hooker, daughter of Rev. 
Asahel Hooker, and great-granddaughter of President Jonathan 
Edwards, May 11, 1826. His residence is in Roxbury, Mass. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1205. EUzabeth Hooker, b. March 1206. Sarah Edwards, b. April 2, 
17, 18-10. 1842. 



[478.] GEORGE B.^ PECK, son of Benjamin,® resides in 
Providence, R. I. He graduated at Brown University in 1826. 
He was admitted to the Bar in 1830. He relinquished the profes- 
sion in a few years for mercantile pursuits, in which he is still 
engaged. He married Ann P. Smith, daughter of John K. Smith. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1207. George B., jr., b. Aug. 12, 1209. EmUy 8., b. Feb. 2, 1847. 

1843. Died Feb. 2, 1847. 

1208. John B., b. June 80, 1845. 1210. William T., b. July 25, 1848. 

1211. Annie S., b.Oct.U, 1850. 
10 



110 PECK GENEALOGY, PART FIBST. 

George B., jr., graduated at Brown University in 1864. He was elected 2d 
Lieotenaot in the 2d Regt. R. I. Volunteers, December 13, 1864 ; was wounded 
at Sailors' Creek, Va., April 6, 1865 ; resigned his commission, and was honor- 
orably discharged, June 30, 1865. 

John B. graduated at Brown University in 1866. He was appointed acting 
third assistant engineer in the U. S. Navy, November 20, 1866, and ordered to 
the Naval Academy for a professional course of study. He was promoted to 
fhll third assistant, June 1868; and assigned to active duty on the U. S. 
Ship Mohongo, of the North Pacific Squadron. 

WiUiam T. is a member of the class to graduate in 1870, Brown University. 



[482.] LEWIS^ PECK, son of David,^ married, for his first 
wife, Mary Ann Fowler, of Yonkers, Westchester County, N. Y., 
daughter of Benjamin Fowler. For his second wife, Eliza Bunker, 
of New York city. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1212. Benjamin ; left no issue. 1216. Lewis. Died young. 

1213. Ann Eliza. 1217. Esther. Died unmarried. 

1214. Susan Jane. 1218. Harriet Louisa. 

1215. Aaron ; no issue. 1219. Lewis. Died young. 

Ann E. married WUliam Sawin, of New York city. 
Susan J, married Jolin Rich, of New York city. 
Harriet L. married Henry K. Potter, of Providence, B. I. 



[498.] HIRAM H.^ PECK, son of Hiram,« was residing at 
Potsdam, N. Y., in 1863. He married Cornelia Harmon, August 
16, 1843. 

CmiDREX — KIOHTH GENERATION: 

1220. Charles Kibbom, b. June 15, 1222. Arthur, b. Feb. 23, 1853. 

1845. Died Oct. 17, 1851. Died Aug. 28, 1854. 

1221. Hiram Harper, b. June 6, 1849. 1223. Anna Cornelia, b. July 12, 

1855. 



[600.] JOHN W.^ PECK, son of Hiram,« was residing in 
Cynthiana, Ky., in 1863. He married Nancy J. Veach, March 2, 
1843, daughter of David Veach, Esq. He* wasborn in Harrison 
County, where he resided until his decease. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GBNERATIOX: 

1224. Hiram D., b. March 23, 1844. 1227. Lydia W., b. Aug. 7, 1856. 

1225. Mary E., b. March 25, 1848. Died June 7, 1859. 

1226. Lucy W., b. April 19, 1853. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOSEPH PECK, JR. Ill 

[501.] COMER M.^ PECK, son of Hiram,^ was residing at 
Potsdam, N. Y., in 1863. He married Sarah Minerva Hoit, May 
23, 1848. 

CHTLDREN — EIGHTH GENERATIOX: 

1228. Maiy Emma, b. Jane 19, 1852. 1230. Edward Mi^on, b. March i, 

1229. Fred Hoit, b. May 10, 1866. 1868. Died April 7, 1869. 

1231. Frank Mason, b. Jan. 9, 1860. 



[604.] ADDISON PECK, son of Nathaniel, resides upon 
the homestead in East Montpelier, Vt, where he is a prominent 
man. He devotes much of his time, I am told, to public business, 
settling estates, acting as guardian, etc. He has been honored with 
various oflSces and public trusts. He has represented his town in 
the General Assembly, and has also been a member of the Senate. 
He has also been High SheriflF. He married Mary Dodge, May 14, 
1837, daughter of Solomon Dodge, of Calais, Vt. She was born 
December 20, 1811. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1232. Marietta, b. April 18, 1841. 1234. EUen Ortensa, b. Jan. 8, 1847. 

1233. John Howard, b. March 8, 1236. Martha Orlana, b. March 26, 

1843. 1849. 

[606.] RUSSELL^ PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ resides, in East 
Montpelier, near the homestead, an industrious and thrifty farmer. 
He married Olive Hedges, daughter of Elijah Hedges. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1236. Charles M., b. Dec. 1843. 

[507.] NAHUM"^ PECK, son of Squire,« resides in Hines- 
burg, Vt. He is a lawyer of extensive practice. He has been a 
member of the Vermont Legislature, and held other honorable 
positions. He has been twice married : first, to Tiucinda Wheeler, 
of Montpelier, Vt., October 1825; second, to Marcia Wood, of 
Keesville, N. Y., May 12, 1857. His first wife died January 17, 
1854. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1237. Cicero Qodard, b. Feb. 17, 1827. 

He married Maria C. Coleman, daughter of MaJ.-Gen. Coleman, of WU- 
liflton, Vt., March 1864. They reside in Hinesburg. 



112 PECK GENEALOGY; — PABT FIRST. 

[614.] LUCIUS B.^ PECK, of Montpelier, Vt., son of John« 
is an attomey-atrlaw of much distinction. He has been a member 
of Congress. 

He married Martha Day, daughter of Ira Day, of Barre, Vt, 
May 10, 1832.» 

CHnJ> — EIGHTH GEmatATIOX: 

1238. Ami, married Wmiam M. MaUory, of Coming, N. Y. 

[624.] CHAUNCEY' PECK, son of Daniel,« resides in Bos- 
ton, Mass. He married Jemima Bush, daughter of Ephraim Bosh, 
of Templcton, Mass., June 13, 1824. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATIOX : 

1289. Alfired P., b. Aug. 16, 1825. 1242. Georgiamia £., b. Jan. 29, 

1240. Charles L., b. Dec. 16, 1827. 1830. 

1241. Channcey L., b. Aug. 15, 1828. 1243. Frederick C, b. March 7, 1832. 

Two children, who were twins, died in influicy, unnamed. 
Alfred was residing at home in 1863. 
Charles L, died in California, March 30, 1852. 
Chauncey L, died in the army, August 30, 1862. 

Georgianna married Charles C. Littlefleld, of Boston. She died September 
4, 1854. 
Frederick died March 4, ld50. 

[626.] POMROY' PECK, gon of Daniel,« married Amanda 
Searls, of Sutton, Mass., where they settled. He died August 
1854. She was residing in Sutton in 1866. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1244. Clarinda Amanda, b. Jane 12, 1246. Daniel Pomroy, b. Jnly 15, 

1829. 1836. 

1245. Elvira Maria, b. March 13, 1247. Delia Gale, b. March 27, 1838. 

1832. 1248. James Madison, b. May 30, 

1845. Died April 30, 1848. 

[628.] LYMAIT PECK, son of Daniel,^ settled in Royalston, 
Mass. He married Lorina Davis, January 21, 1829, daughter of 
Joseph Davis, of Royalston, Mass., for his first wife, and Fanny 
Harrington, wi^ow of Abraham Harrington, formerly Fanny Har- 
wood, for his second wife, December 6, 1860. His first wife died 
May 9, 1860. He died December 2, 1862. 

* He died December 28, 1866. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 113 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

1249. Wayland F., b. Nov. 2, 1830. 1263. PoUna L., b. April 12, 1888. 

1250. Philander L., b. May 1832. 1264. Nelson F., b. July 1840. 

1251. Eugene F., b. Dec. 1833. 1256. Joseph W., b. March 1842. 

1252. Willard, b. Dec. 1835. Died 1266. Daniel W., b. April 10, 1843. 

Dec. 1835. 1267. Lowell H., b. Oct. 1846. 

Wayland F, married Mary Bamett; resides In Athol, Mass. Their children 
are : <1258) Stella May,^ b. July 1856, and (1259) Mary JEstella,^ b. 1861. 
SteUa May* died September 1867. 

Philander L, married Boxanna Lewis ; resided in Royalston in 1864. Chil- 
dren were: (1260) Jgr«a,» b. in 1866; (1261) Edwin,* b. in 1859; and (1262) 
Lyman, b. January 8, 1864. 

Eugene F. married Rosina Glaze, and settled in Ohio. 

Polina L. married Noah Rankin, and settled in Erving, Mass. 

Joseph W, married Rozy Mayo, and settled in Orange, Mass. 



[629.1 SULLIVAJP PECK., son of DANrEL,^ resided in Roy- 
alston, Mass., in 1864. He married Czarina Davis, daughter of 
Joseph Davis, of Royalston, May 29, 1831. She was born August 
7, 1808. 

CHILDBBN — EIGirrH GEKERATION : 

1263. Martha J., b. March 10, 1832. 1267. Georgianna, b. April 23, 1843. 

1264. Channcey P., b. April 5, 1834. 1268. Hamilton S., b. Oct. 22, 1845. 

1265. Warren D., b. Feb. 28, 1836. 1269. Hammond W., b. Sept. 28, 

1266. Elsa J., b. July 1, 1838. 1847. 

Martha «7. married Stephen Gates, and was residing in Bnrllngton, Yt., in 
1863. Their children were : Walter B.^ and Nellie G.* 

Chauncey C. married Mary Collopy ; was residing in Burlington, Vt., in 
1863. Their child was : (1270) Warren Z.,® b. August 10, 1861. 



[638.] JOHN Q. A.'' PECK, son of Ichabod,^ married Fanny 
Cutler, June "6, 1 832. He was residing at MontpcHer, Vt, in 1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

1271. Charles, b. Jan. 29, 1834. 1273. Alonzo T., b. July l, 1838. 

1272. Frances M., b. May 30, 1836. 1274. Mary, b. Oct. 24, 1840. 

[539.] WILLIAM N."' PECK, son of Ichabod,^ married Julia 
Clark, January 16, 1838. He resided at Montpelier, Vt., in 1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1275. James S., b. Dec. 6, 1838. 1277. Rawsel K., b. March 26, 1860. 

1276. George A., b. July 10, 1842. 1278. John W., b. April 29, 1853. 

10* 



114 FECK GENEALOGY. — PAST FEBST. 

[546.] DANIEL^ PECK, son of Solomon,« was residing in 
Charlestown, Mass., in 1864. He has been three times married: 
first, to Smith; second, to Lydia W. Moor; third, to Mar- 
garet Moor. 

CHILDRKN — nGHTH GKKKRATIOK: 

1279. GkorgU A. £., b. Nov. 19, 1282. Lydia W., b. July 18, 1850. 

1844. 1283. Bradford, b. Feb. 21, 1858. 

1280. ChaoDcey W., b. July 28, 184G. 1284. Charles H., b. Jan. 9, 1855. 

1281. Daniel M., b. Dec 30, 1847. 



[552.] JEROME B.' PECK, son of Calvin,^ settled in Med- 
way, Mass., where he died January 22, 1861. He was twice mar- 
ried: first, to Harriet Hixon, October 24, 1837; she was bom 
February 24, 1816, and died January 11, 1855; second, to Mary 
Ann Miggs (widow), February 14^ 1856. She was bom March 5, 
1822. 

CHILDRKN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1285. William G., b. Marcli 10, 1839. 1287. George G., b. Nov. 19, 1856. 

1286. Sarah Jane, b. March 5, 1847. 



[555.] NAPOLEON B.^ PECK, son of Calvin,^ resides at 
Woonsocket, R. I. He married Ann Roberts, daughter of Adams 
Roberts, of Exeter, R L 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1288. Ann, b. Feb. 21, 1864. 

[557.] MOSES^ PECK, son of Moses,^ resides at Hyde Park. 
He married Julia A. White, daughter of Seth White, of Water- 
bury, Vt, October 22, 1 844. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1289. Jane, b. Dec. 28, 1846. 1293. LUly K., b. June 23, 1855. 

1290. Kate, b. Feb. 12, 1849. Died 1294. James R. L., b. Jan. 14, 1858. 

May 25, 1851. . 1295. Carrie S., b. Oct 10, 1860. 

1291. John C, b. March 25, 1851. b. April 2, 1863. 

1292. Willie B., b. April 4, 1853. 

[558.] JOHN C.^ PECK, son of Moses,^ resides in Wan- 
k^an, 111. He married Hannah Tucker, November 2, 1853. 



DBSQBNBIHTB OF JOSEPH PEGE^ JB. 115 

CfffTTiDRlOT — MGHTH GSNSBATION: 

1296. Charles E., b. Aug. 2, 1854. 1297. John C. jr., b. Feb. 12, 1857. 
Died Aug. 24, 1854. Died Dec 5, 1863. 



[559.] CHARLES E.^ PECK, son of Moses,« resides at Win- 
netka, HI. He married Sarah M. Ross, October 21, 1841. 

CHILDREN. — EIGHTH OEMERATION: 

1298. Marion A., b. Jan. 8, 1843. 1299. Helen M., b. Nov. 25, 1844. 



[561.] HORACE M.^ PECK, son of Solomon,* married Ro- 
silla Bourn, daughter of Joseph Bourn. He was residing in Lib- 
erty, Ohio, in 1863. 

CHILDKEN — EIGHTH GENEBATION : 

1300. Almerine H., b. May 1842. 1303. Harriet B., b. May 1850. 

1301. Mary B., b. Sept. 1843. 1304. Lacy L., b. July 1852. 

1302. Joseph J., b. May 1846. 



[562.] SEWEL W.^. PECK, son of Solomon,* married, for 
his first wife, Chloe Melvin, daughter of Nathan Melvin, of Tops- 
ham, Vt. ; and for his second wife, Mary A. Perrin, widow of Wil- 
liam Perrin, formerly Mary A. Wheeler, daughter of Otis Wheeler. 
His first wife died April 12, 1845. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1305. Melvin B., b. Oct. 1830. 1307. Martha D., b. May 1836. 

1306. Narcissa A., b. Oct. 1833. 1308. Henry H., b. Oct. 1840. 
Melvin B, married Percy Cnrtiss, daughter of David Curtiss. Their chU- 

drenare: (1309) Zreowora A, • (^1310) Martha C.,' (1311) Jenette* and (1312) 
Henry W.* 

Narcissa A. married Ehiathan Carpenter. 

Martha 2>. married James Brown. 



[571.] JOHN N.'' PECK, son of Solomon,« married Lois 
Blood, of Coriiith, Vt. They reside in Gorham, Fulton County, 

N. Y. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

1313. Laora J., b. March 12, 1850. 1315. Allen S., b. Sept. 19, 1860. 

1314. GUlmau D., b. Dec. 29, 1853. 



116 PECK GENEALOGY; — PABT FIRST. 

[572. ] WILLIAM N J PECK, son of Solomon,* married Sarah 
E. Wright, daughter of Alexander Wright, of Johnstown, Ohio. 
They resided in Johnstown, Ohio, where he died, September 28, 
1863. 

CHELDBEN — EIOHTH GENERATION: 

1316. Victory, b. Aug. 1849. 1318. Charles GrandYllle, b. Jan. 

1317. George WUUe, b. Jane 1855. 1859. 

1319. Maria Emma, b. July 1862. 



[676.] DEXTER^ PECK, son of Solomon,® resided at Ker- 
kersville, Ohio. He married Comfort Parkinson, daughter of John 
Parkinson, June 1853. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION*. 

1320. Perry, b. May 1854. 1322. WlUis R., b. Nov. 1858. 

1821. WUUam F., b. Aag. 1856. Died 1323. Mary J., b. March 1860. Died 
Sept. 1857. Sept. 20, 1863. 

[679 ] HORATIO N.^ PECK, son of James,® resided in Kan- 
sas, in 1863. He married Emily Carrier. 

CHIIJ>REN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1324. Emily. 1325. Mary. 



[680.] ARNOLD M.'^ PECK, son of James ® resided in Hat- 
field, Mass., in 1863. He married, for his first wife, Annis Tower, 
of Chesterfield. She died September 21, 1825. For his second 
wife, he married Myra H. Stevens. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1326. Jane J., b. Murch 31, 1842. 1327. Hattie L., b. In 1858. 
Died Sept. 15, 1842. 



[686.] PHILIP^ PECK, son of Benoni,« settled in Walpole, 
N. H. ; a merchant, now retired from business, lie married Mar- 
tha Ellen Bellows, daughter of Thomas Bellows, November 21, 
1839. She was born April 1, 1811. 

CIULDUEN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1328. Henry Philip, b. Aug. 31, 1840. 1329. Thomas Bellows, b. Aag. 18, 
Died July 13, 1852. 1842. 



DESCENBAirrS OF JOSEPH PECK; JB. 117 

[686.] LEVI^ PECK, son of Bbnoni,« resides in Chelsea, 
Mass. ; is in mercantile business, in Boston. He married Lucy M. 
Whitcomb, daughter of Mark Whitcomb, of Winchendon, Mass., 
December 2, 1844. 

CHUDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1330. Charles Heniy^b. June 4, 1847. 1831. Fredeirick Whitcomb, b. Oct. 

10, 1849. 

[687.] JAMES W.^ PECK, son of Benoni,^ was a merchant, 
in Boston, for a number of years. His health failed him, and he 
retired from business, and died in Winchendon, in April 1860. 
He married Caroline M. Ladd, of Boston. 

CHILDREN -^ EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1332. James Benjamin, b. March 21, 1333. George Walter, b. Jan. 1849. 
1847. 



[692.] HERNY^ PECK, son of Benoni,» resides in Winchen- 
don, Mass., where he is engaged in the marble business. He mar- 
ried Mary Frances Cory, of Fitzwilliam. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1334. Heniy Eddy, b. March 1862. 

[596.] ROYAL C."' PECK, son of Oliver C.,« married Ma- 
tilda Drown, daughter of Joshua Drown. He resides upon the 
homestead, with his father. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1335. Lepha, b. 1857. 

[601.] RUFDS A.'' PECK, son of Rupus,« resides in New 
Providence, Ind. He married Lydia B. Dow. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1336. Theodore A., b. Sept. 9, 1849. 

[603.] CALVIN J.'^ PECK, son of Caleb,^ resides in See- 
konk, Mass. He married Emeline Lock, daughter of Thomas 
Lock, of Lexington, Mass., Aprit 7,- 1844. 



118 PECK GENEALOGY, — PAST PIBST. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1387. Thomas J., b. Jan. 15, 1845. 1341. Harriet £., b. Jane 18, 1853. 

1888. Mary M., b. Aug. 18, 1846. 1842. George G., b. May 18, 1856. 

1339. Hannah C, b. Feb. 1, 1849. 1343. Andrew R., b. Ang. 19, 1860. 

1840. Henry C, b. Jan. 13, 1851. 1844. Fanny, b. May 27, 1863. 

[609.] HENRY R.^ PECK, son of Caleb,® resided in Provi- 
denee, R. I. He married Abba Carr, daughter of Capt Caleb 
Carr, of Warren, R. L He died May 1857. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1345. Heniy C, b. May 1855. 1346. Jesse Fremont, b. 1857. 

[612.] HIRAM A.^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ resides in Salem, 
Ind. He is a merchant. He married Ellen Cone, of Ohio, March 
30, 1855. She died March 14, 1862. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1347. Mattie, b. Jan. 30, 1856. 1349. George, b. Sept. 10, 1859. 

1848. Nora, b. Sept. 1, 1857. 

[625.] ALLEN O."' PECK, son of Allen,« resides in Provi- 
dence, R I. He was for many years President of the American 
Insurance Company, and is now President of the Narraganset 
Fire and Marine Insurance Company. He married Mary Eliza- 
beth Whitaker. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1350. Ellen Ormsbee, b. Aag. 8, 1856. 1353. Elizabeth Andrews, b. Nov. 2, 

1351. Mary Talbert, b. AprU 12, 1858. 1861. 

1352. Maria Stores, b. Dec. 3, 1859. 

[628.] OTIS^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ married Sarah Allen, 
of Barton, Vt. He died in Thompson, Conn., December 7, 1835. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1354. EmUy W., b. Nov. 10, 1822. 1356. Minerva A., b. AprU 8, 1827. 

1355. Lydia E., b. Jan. 10, 1825. Died Aug. 1848. 

Died Sept. 20, 1852. 1357. A son. Died in infancy. 

Emily W. married Samuel Butterfield. 

[629.] ARNOLD^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ resides near Paw- 
tucket, B. I. He has been twice married : first, to Content Stevens 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, JB. 119 

(widow), formerly Content Barney, daughter of Cyrenus Barney ; 
second, to Sylvia Freeman, daughter of Daniel Freeman, of Attle- 
borough, Mass. He was married to his first wife, October 2, 1 832. 
She died September 27, 1846. He was married to his second wife 
May 3, 1849. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1358. Samnel Arnold, b. Aug. 4, 1833. 1360. Susan, b. May 22, 1838. Died 

Died Dec. 17, 1834. May 26, 1840. 

1359. Sarah Temperance, b. March 

2, 1836. Died Dec. 6, 1838. 



[637.] BARTON^ PECK, son of Josiah,^ settled, at first, in 
Indiana, where he remained about fifteen years. In 1836, he left, 
as captain of a company, for Texas, and after the battle of Jacinto 
remained in the State, and engaged in business there. He died at 
his residence, at Goliad, October 13, 1861. He married Frances 
0. Menefee, daughter of Thomas Menefee, Esq., of Texas. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 



1361. 


Lncina £. 


1362. 


Susan. 


1363. 


Frances. 


1364. 


Barton. 


1365. 


Viola. 



1366. 


Alonzo. 


1367. 


Samuel. 


1368. 


Mary. 


1369. 


George. 


1370. 


A son. Died in infancy. 



[640.] JOSIAH^ PECK, son of Josiah,» resides in Washing- 
ton, Daviess County, Ind. He married Elizabeth P. Ladd, daugh- 
ter of Dann Ladd, of Lebanon, Madison County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1371. Ellen D., b. April 26, 1836. 1375. Lewis J., b. June 9, 1844. 

Died Nov. 3, 1841. 1376. Samuel W., b. Sept. 20, 1846. 

1372. Barton P., b. April 18, 1837. Died June 29, 1848. 

Died June 3, 1842. 1377. Henry, b. Aug. 1, 1850. 

1373. Mary A., b. Aug. 20, 1839. 1378. Hannah B., b. Oct. 29, 1853. 

1374. Josiah £., b. AprU 9, 1842. 

Mary A. married James R. Clark, September 4, 1861. They reside in Wash- 
ington, Daviess County, Ind. Their son, Samuel C.,' was bom January 6, 
1863. 



[643.] ALONZO^ PECK, son of Josiah,« resides upon the 
homestead, at Eaton, N. Y. He is extensively engaged in the for- 



120 PECK OEKEAL06T, — PABT FXBST." 

wardii^ business; as well as in cheese making and fiuming. He 
married Maria A. Record^ daughter of Darius Record^ of Madison 
County, N. Y., January 1852. 

- CHILDRKN — EIOHTH OEmERATION : 

1379. Hattie M., b. July 17, 1858. 1381. Lacy A., b. Oct. 29, 1861. 

1880. Sophia £., b. Dec. 20, 1859. 

[655.] ISAAC PECK, son of Perez,® resides in Coventry, 
R I. He is a machinist by trade and occupation. He married 
Lucy Cordelia Brayton, December 9, 1845. 

CHILDBKN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1882. Perez Lindley, b. April 25, 1384. Harriet Augusta, b. Aug. 1, 

1849. 1858. 

1383. Edgar Brayton, b. Jan. 7, 1855. 



PAET SECOND. 



THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN^ PECK, 

SECOND SON OF JOSEPH^ THE ANCESTOR. 

John Peck was born in England, and came over to this 
country with his father, in 1638, being then about eleven years of 
age. He moved with the family from Hingham, Mass., to Seekonk, 
in 16 45. He settled in the southeast part of Seekonk, near what 
is now known as Luther's Comers. He was accepted as a freeman 
of the town in 1658, and drew his proportion in the meadows on 
the north side of the town. He was chosen one of the townsmen 
in 1680, and representative to the General Court of Massachusetts 
in 1700. He died in 1713. The inventory of his property was 
presented to the court, October 1713. His will is recorded upon 
the Records at Taunton, Mass., B. 3, p. 163. 

The following is a copy : 

In the name of God Amen. In the year one thousand seven hun- 
dred and eight, in the seventh year of her Majesties Reign, on y* 
twenty six day of May ; I John Peck of Rehoboth in the county of 
Bristol in her Majesties Provinces of the Massachusetts Bay in New 
England ^ Being aged & weak of body, & in expectation of my change, 
yet through the mircy of God I am whole & sound in my memory & 
understanding, <& of a disposing mind ; do make this my last will <& 
testament, for the disposing <& seitleing the things of this world w^ 
which the Lord hath intrusted me, to <& amongst my wife and children 
in manner and form as followeth. 

And Imprimis. I bequeath my soul into the hands of my blessed 
Savior and Deer Redeemer, & my body to the Dust, to be decently 
buried by my executor here in after named. 

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Esther Wilmarth, in 
11 



122 PECK GENEALOGY; — PART SECOND. 

addition to what her grand father gave her, w^ was my proper Estate ; 
all that my lot of land in the Easterly side of y* grand diTisioii, to 
her, & her heirs and assigns for ever. 

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Dorothy Glover, & her 
husband Edward Glover, my house lot and all my buildings there on, 
provided ; he pay over to my executor here in after named, ten pounds 
money & the bam there on or, as many boards & nails as will build 
such a bam, and ten acres of undivided lands in Behoboth already 
drawn for ; being part of my first alotment ; & one bed after my wive's 
decease, and fifteen pounds of commonage in said Behoboth; to be, 
and remain to them & their heirs <& assigns forever. 

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Anne Peck, thirty acres 
of land, lying on the easterly side of the white Oak hill, near Samuel 
Fullers. — likewise, fifteen pounds estate of conunonage in Behoboth, 
& one acre of salt marsh, and a cow or the value there of, at her mar- 
riage ; to be and remain to her, and to her heirs & assigns for ever. 

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Abigail Feck, fifty three 
acres of land, lying adjoining to seargent John Wilmarths house lot 
near Palmers River ; and one acre of salt marsh &, fiifteen pounds 
estate of commonage, in Behoboth ; and a bed after my wive's de- 
cease ; to her, & her heirs and assigns for ever. 

Item I give and bequeath unto my son Nathan Peck, all the rest 
and residue of my lands and meadows, with their quantitis & quali- 
ties, both undivided and divided, in Behoboth and Attleborough or 
where soever, & one yoke of oxen, with my yokes, carts, ploughs, 
chains & tools ; and the bed on which I lodge, with the furniture, 
after my wives decease, hereby obliging him to take eare, maintain & 
provide for my wife Rebecca Peck, in sickness and in health, for and 
during her natural life, with honorable full maintainance. I do hereby 
make my son Nathan Peck, my sole executor, of this, my last will 
and testament; hereby revoking all other wills by me heretofore 
made. 

In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and seal, this 
day & year, first above written. 

Signed sealed and published in the presence of us witnesses 

JOHN BUTTERWORTH 

SAMUEL COOPER JOHN FECK 

DANIEL SMITH 

It appears from the records of Behoboth; and from his will, that 
he was three times married. The records (book first) say, " Eliz- 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PECK. 123 

abeth his wife was burned December 9, 1667"; and also after- 
wards, that "Elizabeth his wife was burried April 21, 1687 "; and 
in his will he makes provision for his wife Rebecca. 

CHILDREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

1385. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 27, 1657. 1389. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 13, 1669. 

Buried Dec. 18, 1657. Buried July 29, 1687. 

1386. Esther, b. Jan. 7, 1658. 1390. Dorothy, b. June 28, 1671. 

1387. Anne, b. Oct. 6, 1661. Buried 1391. Rebecca, b. April 8, 1674. 

Feb. 26, 1662. 1392. Anne, b. July 17, 1677. 

1388. John, b. Oct. 7, 1664. Buried 1393.+Nathan, b. July 6, 1680. 

Dec 18, 1666. 1394. AbigaU, b. March 16, 1682-3. 

Esther married a Wilmarth. 

Dorothy married Edward Glover, April 3, 1707 (B. Rec, B. 1). 

[1393.] NATHAN3 PECK, son of John,« it is supposed, 
settled upon the lands given him by his father, where he lived and 
died. He married Patience Carpenter, January 11, 1719. He 
died April 12, 1734 (T. Rec, B. 2). His widow was appointed 
administratrix upon his estate, June 18, 1734 (T. Rec, B. 8, p. 
128). The estate was divided between the widow and children, 
April 4, 1749 (T. Rec, B. 11, p. 688). 

CHILDREN — FOUBTH GENERATION: (T. ReC, B. 2, p. 28.) 

1395. John, b. Oct. 6, 1721. 1399. Patience, b. Jan. 5, 1727-8. 

1396.+Nathan, b. Dec. 31, 1722. 1400. Ann, b. July 30, 1732. Died 
1397.+Charle8, b. Jan. 6, 1724-6. June 27, 1733. 

1398. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 6, 1726. 

John left no descendants. His estate, left him by his father, was divided 
between his brother Nathan and sisters, December 20, 1773, after his decease 
(T. Rec, B. 23, p. 164). 

JPtitience married Enos Walker. 

Elizabeth married Arnold ; was deceased at the time of the division of 

her flAther's estate, leaving a son, Daniel,^ and daughter, Elizabeth^ Arnold. 

[1396.] NATHAN^ PECK, son of Nathan,^ resided upon 
the homestead. The hoase was a short distance south from Lu- 
ther's Corners, now so called, upon the east side of the old Bristol 
and Boston road. It was taken down many years since, by Joseph 
West, into whose possession it came from his wife, the daughter of 
Nathan. Its location was pointed out to me by his son, from whom 
I obtained my information. The remains of the old cellar were 
to be seen when I visited the place. Nathan was twice married : 



124 PSGK 0ENEAL06T, — PABT SBOOKD. 

first, to Martha Carpenter, May 11, 1749; second, to Bhoda Lu- 
ther, of Swansey. 

His will is upon record at Taunton, B. 33, p. 500, dated June 
13, 1793. 

He gives his wife Rhoda her dower in his estate, tiie improvement 
of his new dwelling-house, bam, and fifteen acres of land. He divides 
his property among his children : MariJia^ Susannah Weaver^ the wife 
of James Weaver, Dorothy^ Ann Emerson^ wife of Ephraim Emerson, 
and Patience West^ the wife of Joseph West, whom he makto the ex- 
ecutor of his will. 

CHELDRKN — FIFTH GENERATIOX : 

1401. Martha, b. Oct. 13, 1749. 1404. Dorothy, b. May 11, 1760. Died 

1402. Sasannah, b. Dec. 25, 1751. nnm. 
1408.+Nathan, b. April 11, 1755. 1405. Patience, b. April 11, 1763. 

1406. Ann, b. May 9, 1770. 

Susannah married James Weaver. 

Patience married Joseph West, of Seekonk. Joseph* and Xathan* Wesi are 
her sons. 

Ann married Ephraim Emerson. Her children were .* Ezekiel,' John* and 
Jerold.* 
• 

[1397.] CHARLES^ PECK, son of Nathan,^ resided near 
his brother, upon what has since been known in that vicinity as the 
Sweeting farm, where he died, April 15, 1799. He was twice 
married : first, to Rachel Sweeting, December 7, 1 749 ; second, to 
Lydia Fry, daughter of Stephen Fry. His first wife died February 
20, 1774, and his second wife, July 20, 1797. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

1407. Abigail, b. April 29, 1760. I416.+Peter, b. June 16, 1769. 

1408. Susannah, b. Nov» 6, 1762. 1416. Lucy, b. Nov. 8, 1771. 

Died Oct. 6, 1778. 1417. Lydia, b. May 8, 1776, by 2d 
1409.+Cliarie8, b. Feb. 17, 1755. wife. 

1410. Rachel, b. Aug. 16, 1767. 1418. Stephen, b. Sept. 18, 1775. 

1411.+John, b. Feb. 19, 1760. 1419. Asa, b. Feb. 13, 1780. Died 
1412 +Thomas S., b. July 11, 1762. nnm., Dec. 24, 1797. 

1413. Sarah, b. Nov. 7, 1764. 1420. Mary, b. June 18, 1782. 

1414. James, b. March 6, 1767. 

Died, unm., Jan. 22, 1787. 

Ahiaaa married Ebenezer FuUer. Her children were : Charles* Shtibael,* 

iind Nancy, ^ who married Col. Shorey, a Revolutionary soldier, and Lueif* 

who married Asa Armington, of Providence. These two glrte were Uving in 

1862. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PECK. 125 

2i€tchel married Robinson Chafee and Ebenezer Short. 

Sarah married Henry West ; had no issue. 

Lucy married Darios Peck (No. 2714). 

I4fdia married Sanford Ross. Her son, Jeremiah' Ross, was residing in 
Providence in 1862. 

Mary married Levi Fuller. He died April 18, 1861. She was residing, in 
1862, with her son-in-law, Hermon A. Peck, of Providence. Stephen P. Ful- 
ler,* of Seekonk, and Calvin S.,* of Providence, are her sons. 

Stephen was a physician. He settled and practised medicine in Province- 
town, Mass., where he died. He married Bethiah Nickerson. They had one 
child. It died in infimcy. 

[1405.] NATHAN^ PECK, son of Nathan,* lived and died 
near the residence of his father, upon the lands he had given him. 
The old house was taken down several years since. The place in 
1862 was owned by the heirs of Ebenezer Miller. He married 
Anna Thurber, December 3, 1772. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1421. Nathan, b. Aug. 10, 1777. 1423. Ann, b. March 12, 1789. 

1422.+Otis, b. Dec. 27, 1780. 

Nathan resided for several years upon the homestead ; then settled in At- 
tleboroogh, Mass., near what is now known as Dodgeville, where he died 
about 1854. He married Abigail Fuller, daughter of Ebenezer Fuller. She 
died in 1858. He left no issue. 

[1409.] CHARLES* PECK, son of Charles,^ remained upon 
the homestead. He was a deacon of the Baptist church. He mar- 
ried Chloe Bliss, daughter of Deacon Jacob Bliss, of Rehoboth. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1424. Phebe, b. Aug. 8, 1780. Died 1426.+Obed, b. Dec. 27, 1784. 

July 29, 1781. 1427. Susan. 

1425. Boxalana, b. June 15, 1782. 1428.+Sylvester, b. Nov. 2, 1798. 

Died May 8, 1784. 

Susan was residing in Seekonk in 1862, nnmarried. 

[1411.] JOHN' PECK, son of Charles,^ remained upon the 
homestead with his brother Charles, where he died, December 28, 
1828. He married Rachel Bliss, daughter of Deacon Jacob Bliss. 
She died March 1 8, 1 854, in her 85th year. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH OENKRATION : 

1429. Rachel, b. Jnly 11, 1806. 1430. Louisa, b. Feb. 12, 1814. Mar- 

ried Rev. Welcome Leonard. 
11* 



126 FBCC GESEAliOGTy — FABT 8B00SD. 

JZiodkel manied Fenj Burner. Jmmnaxj 5, 1S42, i^Seekonk, now East ProT- 
idence, where ihej reside. Tlieir ^fldren are : Badkei £v b. XoTember 1^ 
1642: JETiM JE:.' b. Kardi 12, ISiS, wbo died Maj 10, lS4d; and Jb*m P^^ b. 
September 17, 1S51. 



[1412.] THOMAS* PECK, son of Charles,* settled in See- 
konk, upon the farm recently occupied bj Led Fuller. He mar- 
ried Bebecca Chafee, danghter of Nathaniel Chafee, of Seekonk, 
MaT 7, 17S9. 

CBnJ>KES — SCXTH GESERkTlOlS Z 

1431. Hnldalu b. Johr 5. 1791. 143S. Kancy A., b. Maj 1, 180S. 

liS2. James, b. Kot. 9, 1793. Died 14». Daniel, b. Nor. 11, 1803. 

Maj 23, 1$22. onm. Died July 13, 1S04, anm. 

14S3.+TlK>inas. b. Sept. 3. 17M. 1^40. llaij Ann, b. Not. 2d, 1801. 

14S4. Bebecca. b. Jan. 15, 17M. 1441. Hannah C, b. Dec 20, 180S. 

1435. Susannah, b. Sept. 20, 1797. 1442. Chariott, b. July 31, 1810. 

1436.+Asa, b. Feb. 6, 1799. 1443. Darins, b. Jane 19, 1812. 
1437. Bath, b. Dec 25, ISOO. Died in infkncy. 

HmLdak married Xathaniel IGIlaid; was residing in Behoboth in 18€2, a 
widow. 

£e6«<ra married Philip MiDaid; was residing in Behoboth in 1862, a widow. 

Smwnmak married Jonathan Monroe, of Swansey. She died in 1852. ASberi' 
and Jametr Monroe, of Brixton, Mass., are her sons. 

Suth died yoang. 

Xancf A. married Ira Medbary. She died Febroary 16, 1S15. 

Afary Ann died December 2, 1814. 

Hannah married Robert Tripp, of Little Compton, where they resided in 
1862. 

Chariott married Ira Mason, of Seekonk. 



[1 41 5.] PETERS PECK, son of Chari.es.^ settled in Dan- 
rille,, Vt., where he lived and died. August S, 1835. He married 
Diana Peck (So. 1684), daughter of Peleg Peck. She was liring 
in 1S53. 

CHILDREX — SIXTH GEXKRATIOX : 

1444. James, b. Feb. IS, 1797. Died 1449. Maiy. b. July 18, 1811. Died 

anm. onm. 

1445. SaUy, b. May 39, 1801. Died 1450. Sophia, b. Feb. 8. 1815. Died 

anm. anm. 

1446. Charles, b. Aag. 17, 1803. 1451.+Simon, b. April 13, 1816. 

Died anm. 1452. John, b. Jane 6, 1820. Died 

1447.+£lisha, b. Not. 9, 1805. onm. 

1448. Phebe, b. Jaly 3, 1807. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PECK. ' 127 

[1422.] OTIS* PECK, son of Nathan,^ resided upon the 
homestead with his brother for several years; then in diflferent 
places. I have been able to learn little in relation to him. He mar- 
ried Polly Miller. He died about 1822. He was then settled 
near his brother Nathan. 

CHUiDRBN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1453. John. Resided in Behoboth 1454. Otis. Died at sea. 
and other places. 



[1426.] OBED« PECK, son of Charles,^ married, for his 
first wife, Lydia Allen, March 24, 1811, and settled in Rowe, 
Mass. She died February 26, 1835. He married, for his second 
wife, Phidelia Payne, August 23, 1835. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1455. Ljdia, b. Dec. 13, 1811. 1460. Martha, b. Dec. 25, 1820. 

1456. Mary, b. Jan. 24, 1814. 1461.+Obed, jr., b. Aug. 9, 1826. 

1457. Chloe, b. Feb. 24, 1816. 1462. James, b. Aug. 27, 1836. Died 

1458. Nancy, b. Ang. 5, 1818 ; nnm. July 16, 1842. 

in 1862. 1463. AUen, b. March 12, 1838. 

1459. Margaret, b. Dec. 25, 1820. 

Lydia married Timothy King ; settled in Rowe, Mass. 

Mary married John Christie ; settled in Monroe, Mass. 

Chloe married Ephraim Tmsdell ; settled in Rowe, Mass. 

Margaret married Samuel Merriam ; settled in Colerain. 

Martha married David R. Stanford ; settled in Rowe. 

Allen was residing in Rowe in 1862, with his father and mother, unmarried. 



[1428.1 SYLVESTER® PECK, son of Charles,* moved 
from Seekonk about 1822 to the town of Rowe, Mass.; from there 
he afterwards removed to Charlemont, where he died, November 
6, 1861. He married Sally Potter, daughter of John Potter, of 
Barrington, R. L, June 6, 1821. She was born May 5, 1799. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1464.+Charles, b. March 4, 1822. U67. Ann E., b. Sept. 23, 1880. 

1465. Wniiam H., b. Feb. 8, 1826. Died July 10, 1836. 

Died June 24, 1827. 1468. Sarah M., b. May 23, 1884. 

1466. WiUiam H., b. Jan. 30, 1828. 1469. George S., b. Nov. 10, 1888. 

Died Sept. 25, 1829. 

George 8. was residing in Charlemont in 1863, unmarried. 

Sarah M, married Rev. C. 8. Hartwell, of Charlemont, June 20, 1868. 



128' PECK OENEALOGY, — PART SECOND. 

« 

[1433.] THOMAS* PECK, son of Thomas S.» married El- 
mira Cole, daughter of Aaron Cole, of Swansey, Mass., March 24t, 
1825, where they were residing in 1862 ; a wealthy farmer. 

CHXLDRKN — SEYSNTH GENERATION: 

1470.+WiUUm H., b. Dec. 29, 1S25. 1472.+James C, b. Dec- 27, 1S29. 
1471. Elizabeth B., b. Dec 27, 1827. 1473.+Bei\)aiDin T., b. June 23, 1832. 

Elizabeth B, married William H. Sherman, of Swansey, Mass. Their chQ- 
dren are: Ellen Frances,* b. Aogost 8, 1858; Herbert Lester,* b. August 24, 
1863. 

[1436.] ASA* PECK, son of Thomas,* resides in East Provi- 
dence ; is a mason by trade. He married Betsey Hale, daughter 
of Daniel Hale, of Swansey. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1474.+Daniel S., b. Sept. 26, 1827. 1476. Mary Ann, b. Not. 29, 1831. 

1475.+Lather B., b. Dec. 4, 1829. 

Mary Ann married Charles F. Bowen, of Behoboth, Mass. They were 
residing in East Providence in 1865. 

[ 1 447.] ELISHA« PE CK, of St Johnsbury, Vt., son of Peter,* 
married Elizabeth Warden, March 17, 1842. She was bom Jane 
28, 1811. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1477. Mary Ann E., b. May 19, 1845. 1479. George H., b. Dec. 18, 1849. 

Died Jnne 13, 1845. Died Sept. 1, 1852. 

1478. Emeline E., b. Feb. 27, 1847. ♦ Azro M., b. Sept. 28, 1854. 

Died Jane 9, 1847. 

[1461.] SDION« PECK, of St Johnsbury, Vt, son of Peter,* 
married Emily Chickering. 

CHILBREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1480. Helen, b. Aug. 27, 1848. 1482. Lilis, b. Jan. 5, 1852 

1481. Charles, b. March 17, 1850. 

[1461.] OBED^ PECK, son of Obed,« settled in Windsor, 
Vt He married Sarah Hendricson. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1483. Claria. • 1484. Mary. 



* This name was not received nntil after the names were numbered and 
arranged. 



DESCEffDANTS OF JOHN PECK. 129 

[1464.] CHAELES^ PECK, son of Stlvester,« married Ro- 
setta H. Dix, May 19, 1848, and was residing in Charlemont, N. 
H., in 1863. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1485. Charles A. 1487. Frank P. 

1486. Sarah £. 



[1470.] WILLIAM H.^ PECK, son of Thomas,« married 
Sarah A. Marble, of Somerset, Mass., and settled in Providence, 
R. L, where he was residing in 1863. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1488. Josephine E., b. Jan. 16, 1866. 1489. Sarah J., b. Sept. 7, 1860. 
Died June 14, 1863. 1490. Josephine, b. Ang. 6, 1864. 

[1472.] JAMES C.^ PECK, son of Thomas,« settled in Prov- 
idence, R. L, where he was residing in 1863. He married Mary 
A. Blinsley, of Swansey. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1491. Hattie B., b. Feb. 26, 1860. 1492. AUen E., b. June 14, 1868. 
Died Dec. 11, 1864. 

[1473.] BENJAMIN T.^ PECK, son of Thomas,^ married 
Louisa J. Davis, of Somerset, Mass. They were residing in 
Assonet, Mass., in 1863. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1493. Louisa Adelaide, b. April 12, 1860. 

[1474.] DANIEL S.^ PECK, son of Asa,« married Mary J. 
Sutton; was residing in East Providence in 1865. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1494. One child. 

[1475.] LUTHER B.^ PECK, son of Asa,« married Ann F. 
Wilcox, daughter of George G. Wilcox, and was residing in Prov- 
idence, R. L, in 1865. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1495. Lather F., b. Feb. 27, 1864. 



PAET THIRD. 



THE DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS" PECK, 

THIRD SON OP JOSEPH^ THE ANCESTOR. 

Nicholas Peck was bom in England, and baptized there, April 
9, 1630, and came over to this country with his father, in 1638, 
being then about eight years of age. He removed with the family 
from Hingham, Mass., to Seekonk, since known as Seekonk Plain, 
in 1645. 

After his marriage, Nicholas settled in the southeastern part of 
Seekonk, near the place now known in that vicinity as Major Mon- 
roe's, where he lived and died. 

From the records, it appears that he took an active part in public 
affairs. He was frequently one of the raters (assessors) and select- 
men of the town. He was elected Deputy to the Court at Ply- 
mouth, in 1669. He was also elected Deputy for each successive 
year, from 1677 to 1690, except in the years 1687 and 1688, when 
the town elected no deputies. From 1677 to 1684, he is called 
Ensign Nicholas Peck ; after that, Lieutenant, and then Captain. 

He died May 27, 1710. His will may be found recorded at 
Taunton, Mass., B. 3, p. 3. 

The following is a copy : 

In the name of God Amen I Nicholas Peck of the town of Reho- 
both in the County of Bristol in her Majesties Provinces of the Mas- 
sachusetts Bay in New England being aged & infirm of body yet 
having perfect memory & understanding blessed be God for it Do 
make this my last will and Testament for the disposing the things of 
this world with which the Lord bath entrusted me to and amongst my 
children in manner and form as followeth 



132 PECK GENEALOGY, — PAST THIRD. 

Item I give and bequeath to my son Joseph Peck two acres & half 
of salt'marsh at the hundred acres begining at that end of mj meadow 
next to the swamp & so to nm from the ditch to Jeremiah Wheatons 
boonds Likewise the one half of my lot of land lying on the east 
side of the mill river near Nathaniel Beads and my sword w^ I com- 
monly wear said lands and meadows to be and remain to him and his 
heirs and assigns for ever 

Item I give onto my son Hezekiah Peck half my meadow and 
swamp at bushy meadow and my sixth allotment drawn in the Bdbo- 
both North purchased lands which appears by record to be & remain 
to him & his heirs and assigns for ever 

Item I give to my son Jonathan Peck half a hundred pounds 
Estate of commonage in the town of Rehoboth and also my second 
allotment drawn in Rehoboth north purchased lands as appears by 
record to be and to remain to him his heirs and assigns for ever 

Item I give unto my son Elisha Peck my home lot with y* housing 
and orchard there on, but not the com, if any there be on it and my 
lands in the second division and my wood lot near the forty acres A 
the other half of my meadow and swamp at bushy meadow & the 
other half of my lot near Natha^ Beads & my lands on the great plain 
and half a hundred pounds estate of commonage in Behoboth ; also 
my share of meadow in the north purchased lands to be and remain 
unto him his heirs and assigns forever hereby obliging him not to sell 
mortgage convey or any ways to alienate any of y* above s* parcels 
of land or meadows or any part of them without the consent of two 
of his brothers if li\ing Also I give to my son Elisha Peck my cart 
plough and yokes 

Item I give the remaining part of my salt meadow at y* hundred 
acres and my undivided right in the North purchased lands equally to 
be divided amongst my four sons to them and their heirs and assigns 
forever 

Item I give unto my daughter Mary Smith wife to Ensign Joshua 
Smith the bed on which I lodge & the rugg & two blankets bolster 
and pillow & cubbard * .. . . platters that stand on it & my chest 
with . . . likewise I give her mothers wearing apparrel . . • 
and woolen . . . 

Item I give to my daughter Martha wife of . • . feather bed 
in the bed room th . . . 

Item My lawful debts being paid by my Executors here in after 



* Illegible — the leaves worn and crmnbled away. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 133 

named and my body being deacently burned funeral charges defrayed 
my will is that the rest and residue of my estate be equally divided 
amongst my five children 

Item I do appoint ordain & constitute my son Joseph Peck & my 
son Jonathan Peck to be executors of this my last will & testament 
hereby revoking all other wills by me before made 

In testimony where of I have here unto set my hand and seal this 
second day of October in the year of our Lord God One thousand and 
seven hundred and seven & in the sixth year of her Majesties Reign 

Signed sealed and published In the presence of us witnesses 

SAMUEL PECK 

JOHN BUTTERWORTH NICHOLAS PECK 

DANIEL SMITH 

His inventory was presented to the judge October 25, 1710. 

Nicholas was twice married. His first wife, Mary, died Novem- 
ber 6, 1657. His second wife, Rebecah, died November 2, 1704 
(Rehoboth Rec, B. 1). 

His first wife was Mary Winchester, eldest daughter of Alex- 
ander Winchester (Plymouth Colony Rec, vol. 3, p. 120). The 
name of his second wife is unknown. 

CHILDREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

1496.+Joseph, b. Oct. 27, 1650. 1 500. + Jonathan, b. Nov. 6, 1666. 

1497. John, b. Aug. 8, 1660. Died 1501. Nichohis, b. June 6, 1669. Died 

Aug. 16, 1660. Jan. 1690-1. 

1498.+Hezekiah, b. April 1, 1662. 1602.+Ellsha, b. AprU 11, 1673. 
1499. Mary, b. Sept. 16, 1664. 

Mary married Ensign Joshua Smith. 

Xicholaa died January 1690-1. lie was a corporal under Capt. Gallup, in 
the expedition against Canada, in the old French war. His cousin, Ichabod, 
died in the same expedition, upon the island of Anticosti. 

[1496.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Nichoi.as.^ settled near his 
father. His wife was Martha . 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: (R. RcC, B. 1, p. 63.) 

1503. Mary, b. July 27, 1686. 1608. Israel, b. Nov. 18, 1697. Un- 

1504. Joseph, b. May 2, 1689. Died known. 

May 14, 1689. 1509.+Stephen, b. Jan. 1, 1701 2. 

I505.+Joseph, b. May 27, 1690. Baptized June 14, 1702. 

I506.-|-Xicholas, b. Aug. 10, 1693. 1610. Lydia, b. Nov. 8, 1704. Bap- 

1507. Elizabeth, b. Sept 4, 1696. Died tized June 17, 1705. 

Dec. 27, 1707. 1611. Margaret, b. Sept. 28, 1706. 

Baptized Oct. 13, 1706. 
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134 FBCK GBSrBALOGT, PAST THIBD. 

John BotterwoTth wms ^ipoiiited goardlin fbr Margaret, and Peter Hunt, 
for Ljdia, February 1723. Joseph and Nicholas were appointed administra- 
tors. TheinTentory was presented to the court, Octobers, 1720. 

[1408.] HEZEKIAH' PECK, son of Nicholas,* at first set- 
fled near his father. He sold his lands here to Ephraim May, 
Jnlj 16, 1705. After this he resided for some time in Swansey, 
and then removed to Attleborongh, Mass., and settled where his 
son, his grandson, and his great-grandson have since lived and 
died. 

The farm is now owned by Mr. Capron Peck, his great-great- 
grandson, having now been in the name more than one hundred 
and fifty years. Its location is about one-half mile northwest firom 
the depot of the Boston and Providence Railroad, as it passes 
through the town. He married Deborah Cooper. They were 
buried near his residence, the place afteirwards becoming the family 
burial ground. 

The following are the inscriptions upon their tombstones. 

Here lies y* Body of M' Hezekiah Pedt who departed this life 
August y* 9^ 1723 in y* 62"^ year of his age 

Here lies y* Body of M" Deborah Peck Relict of M' Hezekiah 
Peck dec* March y* b^ 1730 in y* 72** year of her age 

CHILDREN — FOUKTH GEXERATIOX : 

1512. Deborah, b. Sept. 18, 1687. 1517.-|-John, b.* Baptized Oct. 

1613. Jodith, b. Aug. 13, 1690. . 13, 1700. 

1614. Hannah, b. Oct. 20, 1692. 1518. JPatronella,! b. April 8, 1707. 
1615.-f Hezekiah, b. Feb. 22, 1695-6. Baptized April 17, 1709. 

Baptized April 5, 1696. 1519. Ferthenia, b. July 10, 1711. 

1616. Rachel, b. April 18, 1698. Bap- 
tized Jane 19, 1698. 

Hannah f it is supposed, numried John Sweet, January 22, 1718-19 (A. Bee., 
B. 2, p. 46). 

Bachel, it is supposed, married Bei^amin Freeman, July 3, 1718 (A. Bee, B. 
2, p. 60). 

* Probably bom in Swansey, and for that reason not recorded with the rest 
of the family in Rehoboth and Attleborongh. That he was one of the family, 
may be seen opon the Tannton Records, B. 20, p. 281, and B. 6, p. 384. His 
tombstone may be fonnd in the family burying groond. 

t The orthograpliy of these two last names is different as they occur in 
Tarious places upon record. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 135 

Patronella married Ebenezer Blake, December 11, 1729 (A. Kec, B. 2, p. 
88). 

Perthenia married Jomithan Willard, October 29, 1734 (A. Rec, B. 2, p. 
113). 

Hezekiah was appointed guardian for Fatemeile and Farthenia, Jane 25, 
1725 (T. Rec., B. 5, p. 106). 



[1600.] JONATHAN^ PECK, son of Nicholas,^ settled upon 
what has since been known as Peck's Hill, a rise of ground on the 
present road from Bristol to Warren, R. I., and about two miles 
from the former place. He became possessed of large tracts of 
land, extending, as I am told, from the summit of the hill south- 
wardly, including what has since become the estate of William D. 
Wolf; and from Peck's Rock, across the Neck, so called, to Little's 
Narrows, a tract of superior land, and beautifully situated. This 
land has now mostly been disposed of by his descendants, and 
comprises valuable farms. The homestead, however, remained in 
the name until about 1838. The old house has recently been 
taken down. 

He married Elizabeth Throop. She presented the inventory of 
his estate to the Judge of Probate, July 3, 1717 (T. Rec, B. 3, p. 
160). 

CHILDREN* — FOURTH GENERATION: 

I520.+Jonathan, b. Sept. 12, 1698. 1622.+\Villlam, b. Nov. 1702. 

1521. Nicholas, b. Nov. 11, 1700. 1623. Isaac, b. 1703. Died young. 

Died Sept. 20, 1730, unm. 1524. EUzabeth, b. 1707. 

(B. Rec, B. 2, p. 8). 1525.+Thomas, b. 1711. 

Elizabeth sold her interest in her father's estate to her brother Jonathan, 
December 16, 1728 (T. Bee, B. 18, p. 333). 

A guardian was appointed for Thomas, February 23, 1728 (T. Rec, B. 6, p. 
69). 

[1502.] ELISHA3 PECK, son of Nicholas,^ is supposed to 
have at first settled upon the homestead. He afterwards moved 
to Attleborough, and from there he is supposed to have removed to 
Providence, R. I. He married Martha Lake, February 1703-4. 



♦ There were other children in this family, who died young. (See Bristol 
Records.) 



136 PECK OENEALOGY, PART THIRD. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

1526. Martha, b. Oct. 13, 1705. 1531.+Constaiitlne, b. May 26, 1716. 

1627. Jaiel, b. Jane 1, 1707. Bap- 1532. Martha, b. April 8, 1717. 

tized July 13, 1707. 1533.+Nichola8, b. April 30, 1719. 

1528. Jerusha, b. Jan. 1, 1708-9. 1534. Mary, b. Aug. 31, 1724. 

1529. Eunice, b. March 12, 1710-11. 1535. EUjah, b. Sept. 7, 1729. Uo- 

1530. Inspertion, b. Feb. 22, 1712-13. known. 

This family mostly died young. The four last children were bom in Attle- 
borough. 

[1505.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ resided in the 
southeasterly part of Rehoboth. He was twice married : first, to 
Rebecca Brown, daughter of Jabez Brown ; second, to Hannah 

. He died January 6, 1741-2. Hannah, his widow, was 

appointed administratrix upon his estate, April 20, 1742, and guar- 
dian for his daughter Mary, March 20, 1743-4 (T. Rcc., B. 10, p. 
407). A guardian was appointed for Jerusha and Winchester, they 
being above the age of fourteen years. May 1742 (T. Rec, B. 10, 
p. 155). A division of tlie estate between the widow and children 
was made October 1745 (T. Rec, B. 11, p. 65). 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION : (R. ReC, B. 2, p. 62.) 

1636. Jerusha, b. Nov. 18, 1724. 1539. Jabez, b. Aug. 20, 1738. Died 

1537.-f Winchester, b. Oct. 31, 1726. 1743. 

1538. Mary, b. May 17, 1737. 

Jerusha married Rev. Peleg Heath, of Barrlngton, December 8, 1743 (Bar. 
Rec, B. 1, p. 172). She aftems'ards married Joshua Bickuell, father of Joshua 
Bicknell, Judge of the Supreme Court of R. I. 

Mary died uum. 

[1506.] NICHOLAS^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ resided in the 
westerly part of Rehoboth. He married Hannah, daughter of 
Samuel Peck. See the will of Samuel (T. Rec., B. 8, p. 367). 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION : 

1540. Joseph, b. April 30, 1723. Un- 1543. Comfort, b. Aug. 16, 1728. 

known. Unkuown. 

1541. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 22, 1724. 1644. Margaret, b. May 18, 1730. 

1542. Hannah, b. March 10, 1726. 

[1509.] STEPHEN* PECK, son of Joseph,^ settled near his 
father. His wife, before marriage, was Rebecca Sweetland, of 
Attleborough, Mass. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 137 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

1545.+Nicholas. 1549. Rebecca. 

1546. Joseph. 1550. Anna. 

1547. Betty. 1551. MoUy. 

1548. Lydia. 

Joseph died at sea, nnm. 

BeUy, it Is supposed, married a Toogood, of Barrington. 

Lpdia married a Jackson ; settled in Cornish, N. H. 

Bebecca married Caleb Fuller ; settled in Fomf^t, Conn. 

Anna married John Greenwood, son of Parson Greenwood, of Seekonk. 

Molly married Simeon Bowen, of Seekonk. 



[1515.] HEZEKIAH* PECK, son of Hezekiah,^ settled upon 
the homestead, where he lived and died. His wife, before mar- 
riage, was Elizabeth Carder. 

The following is from his tombstone : 

Mr Hezekiah Peck died in y* year 1753 in y* 58*** year of his age 
Blessed are the dead that die in y* Lord 

His son Hezekiah was appointed administrator, September 3, 
1753 (T. Rec., B. 13, p. 466). 

CUILDBEN — FIFTH GENERATION: (A. ReC, B. 2, p. 89.) 

1652. Mary, b. Ang. 1, 17—. Died 1657. Jonathan, b. June 21, 1737 ; no 

2Sd of same month. issue. 

1553. Mary, b. July 15, 1728. 1658.+Joseph, b. Dec. 30, 1741. 

1554.+Hezekiah, b. May 7, 1732. 1559. Hannah, b. Oct. 13, 1744. Died 

1555. Jonathan, b. April 6, 1734. unm., Jan. 6, 1826. 

Died young. 1560. Nicholas, b. Aug. 21, 1747. 

1556. EUzabeth, b. June 16, 1736. Died March 29, 1751. 

Died unm., Nov. 1809. 1561. Nicholas, b. Sept. 11, 17S1. 



Suppose died young. 



Mary married Daniel Shepherdson. 



[1517.] JOHN* PECK, son of Hezekiah,^ remained upon 
the homestead with his brother Hezekiah. A division of the lands 
left them by their father was made March 14, 1729-30 (T. Rec., B. 
19, p. 343). His wiU is dated March 14, 1729-30 (T. Rec, B. 6, 
p. 384). 

He gives to Rebecca his wife, whom he makes his executrix, all his 

ontlands and common rights, with all his household goods and mov- 

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138 PECK GENEALOGY, — PART THIRD. 

ables, to enable her to provide for his child or children. He gives to 
his beloved son John, two-thirds of his homestead lands, and hoase, 
and the other third part to his child, then unborn, freely to possess, 
enjoy, etc. (T. Rec, B. 6, p. 384). 

The following is from his tombstone : 

In Memory of Mr John Peck who De** March y* 22* 1 730 in y* 
80*** year of his Age 

He married Rebecca Richardson, May 26, 1724. She snrvived 
him, and afterwards, I am told, married a man by the name of 
Jones.* 

cmLDREX — mrrn gexeratiox: (A. Rec., B. 2, p. 67.) 

1562.+John, b. June 13, 1725. 1564. Rebekah, b. Feb. 6, 1727. Died 

1563. Hannah, b. Feb. 10, 1726. Died 21st of same month. 

Aug. 9tli following. 1565.+Ablal, b. May 19, 1730. 



[1520.1 JONATHAN* PECK, son of Jonathan,^ remained 
npon the homestead. He became wealthy. He was twice mar- 
ried : first, to Hannah Wood, of Little Compton ; and second, to 
Hannah Lain. His first wife died June 11, 1730. His second 
wife died Aujrnst 11, 1756, in the 50th year of her age. He died 
February 25, 1757. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: (B. RcC, B. 2, p. 153.) 

1506. Rebecca, b. Sept. 26, 1721. 1573.+Thomas, b. June 24, 1736. 

1567. John, b. April 24, 1723. Died 1574. Sarah, b. Feb. 11, 1737-8. 

youii^. 1575. Lydla, b. March 10, 1739-40. 

668.+.7onatlian, b. Jan. 4, 1724-5. 1576. Mary, b. Dec. 30, 1741. 

1509. Nicholas, b. March 14, 1720-7. 1577. Abigail, b. May 11, 1743. Died 
Died young. unm. 

1570. Ilannah, b. Feb. 20, 1728-9. 1578.-f Loring, b. Jan. 19, 1744-6. 

1571. Deborah, b. Feb. 23, 1732-3. 1579. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 3, 1746. 

1572. Elizabeth, b. 1734. Died Oct. 22, 1756. 



♦ She deeded her Interest in the common lands in Attleborough, to Heze- 
kiah Peclv. The deed is now in the possession of Capron Peck, the great- 
grandchild of Hezekiah, dated the nineteenth day of May, in the j-ear of our 
Lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty-one, and in the fourth year of 
the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the 2d, by the grace of God King of 
Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the faith, etc. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 139 

• 

JSdnnah married Jonathan Fales, of Bristol. 

Deborah Married Samuel Gray, October 26, 1760. 

Elizabeth married Samuel Bosworth. 

Sarah married Simon Martindale. 

Lydia married Nathaniel Peckham and Nathaniel Pierce. 

Mary married Beojamin Simons. 

[1522.] WILLIAM* PECK, son of Jonathan,^ settled in 
New Haven, Conn., where he remained for some time. He re- 
turned to Bristol, R. L, and from there removed to Dighton, Mass. 
I learn but little in relation to him. By the records, he appears to 
have been three times married : first, to Elizabeth Throop, who died 

April 18, 1731 ; second, to Elizabeth , who died November 

12, 1740; third, to Rebecca Talbott. 

CHELDBEN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

Elizabeth, b. Sept 16, 1726. ♦Benjamin, b. Sept. 13, 1740. 

Mary, b. Dec. 3, 1727. 1680. Seth. 

Martha, b. Feb. 1, 1730. 1681. Chloe. 
Nicholas, b. March 23, 1731-2. 

Seth married Elizabeth Peck (No. 1688), daughter of Deacon Thomas, and 
settled in Northern Massachusetts. He died in Northfleld. His daughter 
CfUoe' and the widow afterwards resided at Brattleborough, Vt. 

[1525.] DEACON THOMAS^ PECK, son of Jonathan,^ set- 
tled in Swansey. He married Mary Kinsley, only daughter of 
Jonathan Kinsley, of Rehoboth. He died February 9, 1770. She 
survived him about thirty-four years, and died. May 27, 1804, in 
her 92d year. She was a very noted and celebrated ^midwife, to 
which profession she devoted many years. Her practice was very 
extensive. The following is from her tombstone : 

Here lies the remains of that reliegeous and most faithful Midwife 
Mary wife of Dea" Tho' Peck died May 27 1804 Aged 91 years 

His tombstone bears the following inscri[)tion : 

In Memory of Deacon Thomas Peck, who Dec^ Feb7 the 9th, 
ADom. 1770. In the 59th. Year of his Age. 

Stand dill kind reader, fpend a Tear 
Upon the dust that flumbers hear, 
And whilft you read, the fate of me 
Think on the Glafs I that runs for The 

** The above children were found too late to be numbered and entered in 
the index. 



140 PECK GENEALOGY, — PABT THIBD. 

CXOLDREN — YIFTH GKNSRATION : 

1582.+Jonathan, b. Jan. 17, 1734. 1586.+Aaron, b. Jan. 20, 174^-1. 

1688.+Peleg, b. March 6, 1736. 1587.+AmbT08e, b. Not. 17, 1747. 

1584. Mary, b. Oct. 20, 1738. 1588. Elizabeth. 
1585.+Thomas, b. March 21, 1740-1. 

Elizabeth married her cousin, Seth Peck, the son of WiUiam, Korember 15, 
1780. 
Marjf married Zepheniah Carpenter. 

[1631.] CONSTANTINE* PECK, son of Elkha,' it is sap- 
posed, settled in Attleborough. He married Prescilla . I 

have been able to learn but little in relation to him or his family. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GEKERATION : (R. RCC., B. 2, p. 150.) 

1589. Jaiel, b. Sept. 1, 1737. 1594. Nicholas, b. Oct. 2, 1746. Died 

1590. Susannah, b. May 13, 1738. Nov. 7, 1747. 

1591. Benoni, b. Noy. 25, 1739. 1595. Elisha, b. Koy. 25, 1747. 

Died young. 1596. Eleazer, b. March 7, 1750. 

1592. Abraham, b. May 30, 1742. 1597. Martha, b. Aug. 8, 1752. 

Died June 7, 1747. • 1598.+Abiah, b. Dec. 18, 1755. 

1593. Inspersion, b. July 6, 1745. 1599. Mary, b. May 19, 1758. 

Died young. 1600. Grersham, b. July 20, 1760. 

1601. Anne, b. June 10, 1762. 

Elisha is supposed to have settled in Proyidence, R. I., and married Fiee- 
love Knight, of Cranston, March 11, 1773 (P. Rec, B. 2, p. 39). 

Eleazer is supposed to have resided in Providence, and to have married 
Elizabeth Tift, of Cranston, October 20, 1771 (P. Rec, B. 2, p. 39). 

[1533.] NICHOLAS^ PECK, son of Elisha.* I learn but 
little in relation to him. He is supposed to have married Hannah 
Sprague, of Smithfield, R. L, June 1, 1739. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1602. Jerusha, b. Feb. 11, 1741. 1603. Hannah, b. Sept. 4, 1739. 

Hannah married Nathaniel Jillson, of Cumberland, R. I. 

[1537.] WINCHESTER* PECK, son of Joseph,* is supposed 
to have settled upon the homestead in the southeasterly part of See- 
konk. He married Mary Michels, daughter of James Michels, who, 
it is said, emigrated to this country from France. She was born 
August 20, 1731. After the decease of Winchester, she married 
Nathaniel Peck (No. 3385). 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

160i.+Joseph, b. Dec. 11, 1750. 1605. Mary. 



DESCENDANTS OP NICHOLAS PECK. 141 

[1545.] NICHOLAS* PECK, son of Stephen,* settled in the 
southeasterly part of Seekonk. He married Jerusha . 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION (P. RCC, B. 3, p. 242) : 

1606. Anna, b. April 18, 1760. Died leiO.+James, b. Aug. 20, 1769. 

young. . 1611. Betty, b. Dec. 18, 1771. 

1607. Stephen, b. July 18, 1762. No 1612.+Jo8eph, b. Aug. 16, 1776. 

issue. 1613.+Joshua, b. Feb. 28, 1777. 

I608.+Nichola8, b. June 24, 1764. I614.+Winchester, b. Oct. 1781. 

1609. Deborah, b. March 2, 1767. 

Deborah^ married Daniel MaxweU. 



[1554.] HEZEKIAH* PECK, son of Hezektah,* remained 
upon the homestead, where he lived and died. He married Ann 
Skinner, daughter of Thomas Skinner, of Mansfield, Mass. He 
died October 14, 1775. She June 14, 1822, in her 89th year. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION (A. RcC, B. 2, p. 77) : 

I615.+Hezekiah, b. May 22, 1755. 1617. Anna, b. Dec. 7, 1761. 

1616.4-Henry, b. Dec. 10, 1766. 1618.+Jonathan, b. July 29, 1769. 

Anna married Manassah Short, of Rehoboth, Mass., where they lived and 
died. Her children were : Manasseh, Jr.,'' Anna,'' Josiah,'' Rhoda^'' Hezekiah 
P.,' and Philip J 

[1558.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Hezektah,* left Attlebor- 
ough at an early date, and resided for some time in the western 
part of Massachusetts. I have been unable to find him or his 
descendants. He moved, I am told, into the State of New York. 
He married Elizabeth Read, daughter of Deacon Read. 

CHILD — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1619. Esther, b. July 10, 1776, in Attleborough. 
He probably had other children after he left Attleborough. 

[1562.] JOHNS PECK, son of John,* at first resided in At- 
tleborough, Mass. He afterwards settled at Pawtucket, R. I., where 
he owned a forge, and from there removed to New Brunswick, and 
settled at Shepody, now Hopewell, Albert County, where he re- 
mained for several years. He afterwards returned to Attleborough. 
He was twice married : first, to Hannah Walker, of Seekonk, Mass. ; 
second, to a widow Paddlefoot ; and resided near Taunton, where 
he died, May 19, 1807. His first wife died October 2, 1804. 



142 PECK GENEALOGY, — PABT THIRD. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1620. John. Died amnarried. 1628. Hannah. 

1621. ; was drowned at Paw- 1624. Chloe. 

tucket, when yonng. 1626. Polly. 

1622. Peter. Died anmarried. 

Hannah married William Cole, of Seekonk, Mass., and settled In Sterling, 
Conn. 

Chloe married Simeon Goff, of Seekonk, Mass., and settled in Sorry, Mass. 

Polly married Andrew Davison, of New Brunswick; flrom there they 
removed to Attleborongh, Mass. She died at Bethany, aged 74 years. To 
the kindness of her son, John K. BavUon^ 6t AldenvUle, Pa., I am indebted 
for my information in relation to the family. 

[1565.] ABIEL* PECK, son of John,* married Ruth Skinner, 
of Attleborongh, Mass. He left Attleborongh at an early date, and 
settled at Cumberland, Nova Scotia. After residing there for some 
time, he removed to Shepody, now Hopewell, Albert County, New 
Brunswick, where he obtained a large and extensive grant of land 
from the government, said to have been about six thousand acres. 
This land was much of it marsh land, or alluvial soil, overflowed 
periodically by the spring or high tides. It is now reclaimed and 
improved, and is the best and most productive aggricultural part of 
that country, some of it still remaining in the possession of his 
descendants, who are wealthy farmers. 

Upon the northern bank of the Shepody River, on a kind of 
promontory that juts out and forms a bend of the river (from which 
the prospect is very picturesque and beautiful), is the old family or 
private burial ground. On one of the tombstones is the following 
inscription : 

Here lies interred the body of Abiel Peck, a native of Boston,* and 
one of the first settlers of this place, who, on the 16th day of December, 
1802, unfortunately perished in a boat, in the 73d year of his age, 
leaving upwards of threescore descendants to lament bis melancholy 
fate. 

During his life the country was comparatively a wilderness, with 
no roads or means of communicatiDg with the different settlements 

* The father of Abiel died in Attleborough about three months before Abiel 
was bom. The widow may have removed to Boston. She afterwards mar- 
ried a Jones. 



DESGEI^DANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 143 

upon the shores except by water, in boats. It was upon one of these 
occasions, while attempting to cross the Bay from Cumberland to 
his own place in an open boat, at that inclement season of the year, 
that he lost his life. He is represented to have been a man of 
large stature, great physical strength, and much energy of character. 

CHLLDRSN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1626. Ezra, b. Jan. 12, 1762. Died 1681. Ruth, b. Feb. 14, 1761. 

Jan. 18, 1752. 1682. Lois, b. 1762. 

1627. Abiel, b. Jan. 1, 1768. Died 163^.-f-Ensha, b. 1763. 

Dec. 8, 1764. 1684.+Thomas, b. 1767. 

1628. Rachel, b. May 6, 1754. 1686. Rhoda, b. Jane 1769. 
1329.4-Abiel, b. May 16, 1756. 1636. Nancy, b. 1772. 

,1680. Rebecca, b. Aug. 7, 1758. 

The first six chUdren were bom in Attleborough, Mass. 

Sachel was twice married. For her first husband she married Thomas Cal- 
houn, by whom she had two sons. George Calhoun,'" Esq., Register of Deeds 
and Wills, and Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Albert 
is a grandson. For her second husband she married Robert Dickson, by whom 
she had two sons and eight daughters. She died November 5, 1803. 

Bebecca married OUver StUes, by whom she had five sons and three daugh- 
ters. Beuhen Slilea, Esq,,"" tot many years a member of the Provincial ParUa- 
ment of New Bmniswlck, Is a grandson. She died In 1850, In HopeweU, 
Albert County. 

Buth died unmarried, aged about 20 years. 

Lois married Joel Edgett, by whom she had sons and daughters. She died 
In 1826. 

Bhoda married John Edgett, by whom she had sons and daughters. She 
died In 1857. 

Nancy married Nicholas Pearson, by whom she had sons and daughters. 
She died In HopeweU, Albert County. 

[1668.] JONATHAN^ PECK, son of Jonathan/ resided 
upon the homestead. He was an active and industrious farmer. 
lie accumulated a large landed interest in addition to that left him 
by his father. He married Mary Throop, of Bristol, R. I., June 2, 
1757 (B. Rec., B. 2, p. 70 and 81). He died October 7, 1797. 
She November 6, 1803, aged 66 years. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION (B. ReC, P. 2, p. 36) : 

1637. Abigail, b. Aug. 14, 1758. 1644. Lydia, b. March 16, 1771. 

1638.+JoDathan, b. June 5, 1760. 1645. Hannah, b. Feb. 8, 1773. 

1639. -f Nicholas, b. May 6, 1762. 1646. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 26, 1774. 

I640.+John, b. March 2, 1764. 1647. Anna, b. Aug. 1, 1777. Died 
1641. Sarah, b. Feb. 19, 1766. Sept. 1778. 

1642.+Mary, b. Sept. 28, 1767. 1648. Nancy, b. Aug. 29, 1799. 
1643. WUUam, b. March 15, 1769. 
Died Sept. 8, 1803 ; no issue. 



144 P£C^ GEKEALOGT, — PABT THIRD. 

Abigail married George Reynolds, and settled in Amenia, Dntchess Ck>nnty, 
N. Y. Her sons, I am told, are wealthy. 

Mary married Jonathan Reynolds, and settled in Bristol, R. I. Samuel Bey- 
nolds,^ of Boston, and Jonathanj'' of Bristol, are her sons. 

Sarah married George Ingraham, and settled in Amenia. George* and WU- 
Ham' are her sons. 

Lydia married Thomas Richmond. They had but one son, now deceased. 

Hannah married Nathaniel Rowland. Nathaniel^'' near Grand Rapids, and 
Frederickt'' who settled at Cleveland, O., are her sons. 

Elizahtth married William Reynolds, son of Judge Reynolds, and settled in 
Bristol, R. I. She left one son, George,'' (who was for a long time collector of 
customs,) and three daughters, Lydia,'' Mary"* and Betsey.'' 

Nancy married Capt. Nathaniel Gladding, and settled at Bristol, R. I. 
Nathaniel,'' and John,'' who settled in Philadelphia, and Josiah,'' of Bristol, 
were her sons. 

[1573.] THOMAS^ PECK, son of Jonathan,* I am told, 
resided at Bristol, R. I., upon what is known as Popposquash, 
where he died, August 10, 1795. He married Mary Richmond, 
December 2, 1762. I learn but little in relation to him. 

CI110>UEN — SIXTH GENERATION (R. RCC, B. 2, p. 63) : 

1649.+Samuel Vial, b. Oct. 22, 1763. I651.+Nathaniel, b. March 20, 1767. 
1650. Hannah, b. May 29, 1765. Died 1652. Rogers Richmond, b. Sept. 19, 
Sept. 28, 1795. 1771. Died Oct. 20, 1772. 

[1578.] LORING^ PECK, son of Jonathan,^ resided in Bris- 
tol, R. I., until ]May 1798, when he settled in Amenia, Dutchess 
County, X. Y. In 1811, he removed to the town of Lake Pleas- 
ant, Hamilton County, where he continued to reside until his 
decease. He died at an advanced age. 

He was a zealous patriot, and a prominent man during the war 
of the Revolution, in which, I am told, he held a Colonel's commis- 
sion. He was a member of the State Legislature many years. 

He was twice married: first, to Sarali Richmond, June 4, 1769; 
second, to Jane Burk. His first wife died April 20, 1774. His 
second wife died in 1824. He died July 29, 1833. 

CIIILDUEN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

1G53. IIenr\\ Died young. 1657. Sarah, b. Dec. 24, 1784. 

1664. Kicliinond. Died young. 1658. Frances, b. July 16, 1786. 

1655.+WiHiam B., b. Aug. 27, 1788; 1659.+George, b. Feb. 13, 1788. 

he was by second wife. 1660.-|-Henry, b. April 2, 1791. 

1656. LoiiugJ). March 17, 1782. Died I661.+Rlchard, b. Oct. 9, 1792. 

uum. May 5, 1861. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 145 

Sarah was residing at Sharon Springs in 1866, a widow. She has been 
twice married: first to Harry Hutchinson; second, to Barnabas Eldredge. 
She has no issne living. She is a lady of superior intellect and attainments. 
She is a member of the church, much beloved and respected. 

Frances married Rev. William Swayze. She died at McConnelsTille, 0., 
a widow, in 1864. 

[1682.] JONATHAN^ PECK, son of Thomas,* resided in 
the south part of Rehoboth, where he kept a public house many 
years. He married Ruth Wheeler, February 22, 1759 (R. Rec., 
B. 3). 

CHILDREN— SIXTH OSNERATION (R. RcC, B. 8, p. 108) .' 

1662.+Jonathan, b. Sept. 19, 1759. 1668. Rath, b. Dec. 10, 1776. Died 
1663.+Rnftis, b. Nov. 11, 1761. Nov. 8, 1778. 

1664. Candice, b. March 25, 1764. 1669. Noah, b. AprU 27, 1774. Died 
1665.+6ideon, b. Aug. 2, 1766. at sea ; no issne. 

1666.+Ambros, b. Jan. 81, 1769. 1670. Ruth, b. Sept. 15, 1778. 

1667.+P imp, b. Oct. 8, 1771. 1671.+WUUam, b. Dec. 81, 1780. 

1672.+Sylvanas, b. April 21, 1784. 

Candice married Capt. Richard Pierce, and settled in Sadbnry, Vt. 
Buth married Amos Wright, of Warren, R. I. 

[1683.] PELEG* PECK, son of Thomas,* resided in Swan- 
sey, where he was one of the leading men of the town. He early 
took an active interest in military aflfairs. He held a commission 
under the Colonial Government, issued by Thomas Hutchinson, Esq., 
" Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesties 
Provinces of Massachusetts Bay, and vice Admiral of the same, 
dated September 4th in the 12 year of the Reign of his Majestie 
King George the third. Annoque Domini 1772." 

This commission was in the possession of his son. Deacon Ben- 
jamin Peck, of Rehoboth, Mass., in 1863. 

After the commencement of the Revolutionary War, he was a 
zealous patriot, acting as agent in raising soldiers, etc. He held a 
Captain's commission of one of the military companies of Swan- 
sey. 

The following is a copy which I was permitted to make of one 

of his orders : 

SwANSET, July 8, 1778. 

To the Sergents and Corporals oj the 2d Foot Company in Sioansey : 

You are hereby required forthwith to examine the arms and other 

equipments of both the training band and alarm list within your di* 

18 



146 PECK GENEALOGY. — PABT THIRD. 

trict, and if there be any delinqnents, you are to return their names 
to me, that they may be returned to Greneral Sullivan, agreeable to 
express orders from him bearing date the 7th inst. Here of faile not 
and make return of this with your doings, as you will answer it at 
your peril. 



^^ ^^e^^f 



He entered the army, where he is said to have been an active 
and brave oflScer. He was twice married : first, to Phebe Mason, 
daughter of Hezekiah Mason, of Swansey ; second, to Mary Thorn- 
ton, widow of Stephen Thornton, formerly Mary Salsbury, daughter 
of Martin Salsbury, of Cranston, R. L His first wife died July 
23, 1778. He died June 1807. His second wife died April 11, 
1841. 

CXdLDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1673. Hannah, b. March 17, 1757. 1682.+Seth, b. Jone 18, 1770. 

Died onm. 1683. Sarah, b. Feb. 21, 1772. 

1674. William, b. Oct. 80, 1768. Died 1684. Diana, b. Dec. 26, 1774. 

in the army a lieutenant, nnm. 1666.+Peleg, b. May 6, 1776. 

1676. Mary, b. May 6, 1760. 1686. Ruth, b. April 29, 1778. 
1676.4-Nicholas, b. Jan. 9, 1762. 1687. Abigail, b. July 22, 1782, by 2d 

1677. Betsy, b. Ang. 12, 1763 > ^j^^^^g wife. Died young. 

1678. Phebe, b. Aug. 12, 1763 ) ' 1688. OUve, b. Feb. 2, 1784. 

1679. Rebecah, b. Aag. 19, 1766. 1689. Cranston, b. Jan. 2, 1786. 
1680. -f Thomas, b. Feb. 12, 1767. 1690. 4- Salsbury, b. Feb. 19, 1788. 
1681.4-Hezekiah, b. Oct. 27, 1768. 1691.-f Benjamin, b. June 3, 17901 

Mary married William Davis ; settled in Rehoboth. 

Betsy married Aaron Fecktiam ; settled in Rehoboth. 

Phebe married Salsbury Wheeler, of Bristol ; removed to N. H. 

Bebecah married Lewis Wade, of Rehoboth. 

Sarah married Daniel Newman, of Rehoboth. 

Diana married Peter Peck (No. 1416), and settled at St. Johnsbuiy, Vt. 

Buth married Stephen Martain, of Warren, R. 1. 

Olive married David Kinsley, of Rehoboth, September 22, 1811. 



[1585.] THOMAS^ PECK, son of Thomas,* settied first in 
Swansey, then in Bristol, where he lived and died. He married 
Elizabeth Sanford. She died July 12, 1798. He February 29, 
1812. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 147 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1692. Ruth, b. Oct. 17, 1767. Died 1694. Martha, b. Oct. 4, 1771 ; mar- 
yoang. ried E. Monroe, of Bristol. 

1698. Walte, b. March 26, 1769. Died 1696.+George B., b. Feb. 16, 1778. 
anm. 

[1686.] AARON* PECK, son of Thomas,^ settled in Provi- 
dence, R I. He was a merchant. The store which he occupied 
was on North Main Street. The house where he resided was 
standing, opposite the court house, upon Benefit Street, in 1862. 
He was married three times : first, to Alsey Arnold, June 18, 1767, 
daughter of Jeremiah Arnold, of Smithfield, born April 4, 1 747 ; 
second, to Amey Spencer, of North Kingston (P. Rec, B..2, pp. 31 
and 188); third, to Widow Rachel Chase. 

CHILDREN— SIXTH GENERATION (P. BcC, B. 2, p. 188) : 

1696. David, b. Sept. 27, 1767. Can 1708. Benjamin, b. June 27, 1785. 

learn Uttle In relation to him. Died unm. 

1697. Lydla, b. Oct. 29, 1769. 1704. Mary, b. Oct. 16, 1786. Died 

1698. Amey, b. Aug. 6, 1772. young. 

1699. Nancy, b. April 12, 4776. 1706. John S., b. Feb. 26, 1789. Died 

1700. Candlce, b. Sept. 14, 1777. at sea unm. 

Died young. 1706. Samuel, b. March 29, 1790. 

I701.+Aaron, b. June 6, 1779. Died young. 

1702. Alsey, b. Jan. 20, 1784. Died 1707. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 26, 1791. 

unm. Died young. 

Amey married Edward Knowles, of Providence, March 24, 1793, where she 
died, October 24, 1838. He died January 11, 1811. Their children were; 
Joseph B.f'' who resides In Nashville, Tenn. ; James D.,' who died In Newton, 
Mass., a Professor In the Baptist Theological Seminary; Henry, "^ Edward P.,^ 
and John P.,' of Providence, and Amey Ann,"^ who married William S. Hum- 
phrey. 

There were also two children who died In Infancy. 

Nancy married James Davis, and settled In Watertown, Mass. 



[1587.] AMBROS* PECK, son of Thomas,^ lived and died in 
the westerly part of Swansey. He was a cabinet-maker by trade. 
He married Polly Lindley. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

I708.+Robert, b. Jan. 10, 1782. 1712. Nancy, b. Aug. 27, 1791. ) 

1709. Betsey, b. Nov. 18, 1786. 1718. Polly, b. Aug. 27, 1791. > 

1710. Erasmus, b. Aug. 28, 1786. Twins. 
1711.+Danforth L., b. June 11, 1789. 1714. Abby, b. Sept. 2, 1792. Died 

young. 



148 PECK GENEAL007; — PABT THIRD. 

Betsey married Samuel Lather. 
Nanqf married John Davis. 
Polly died onmarried. 

[1698.] ABIAH* PECK, son of Conbtantinb.* I have been 
nnable to learn anything of him; excepting what I find upon the 
town records. His wife was Hannah . 

CHILDBEN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

1716. Joel, b. Dec. 4, 1776. 1716. Joseph, b. Feb. 1787. 

[1604.] JOSEPH® PECK, son of Winchesteb,* settled in 
Providence, R I., where he became engaged in trade, and where 
he lived and died. Daring the great fire in 1800, his store, and 
much other property, was burned. He afterwards erected upon 
the same ground, the brick building now standing on the east side 
of South Main Street, between Star and Power Streets. 

He married Sarah Hacker, daughter of Joshua Hacker, of New- 
port, R. I. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1717. Sarah, b. May 6, 1784. 1719. Ami, b. Sept. 1, 1790. 

1718. Maria H., b. June 11, 1788. 1720. William, b. Dec. 6, 1796. 

Sarah was residing in Providence in 1864, unmarried. 
Ann died nnmarried. 
William died nnmarried. 

Maria H, married John F. Jones, of Providence, where she was residing, a 
widow, with her daughter, the wife of C. N. CasweU, in 1864. 

[1608.] NICHOLAS^ PECK, son of Nicholas,^ married 
Molly Maxwell, of Bristol, R. 1. He left Rhode Island, and settled 
at Pharsalia, Chenango County, N. Y., and fi'om there removed to 
Trout Creek, Delaware County, where he died. I have been able 
to learn little in relation to him. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1721. Daniel. 1725. Lydia. 

1722. WiUiam. 1726. PoUy. 

1723. Nicholas. 1727. Thursa. 

1724. Jemsha. 

Polly married Joseph Dare, and was residing a widow near Trout Creek in 
1866. 8. O. Peck, a grandson of Nicholas, was also residing there ; but nei- 
ther of them wonld give me any information in relation to the flGLmUy. Whether 
there was anything that they were nn willing to have known I do not know. I 
coold get nothing fh>m them. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 149 

[1610.] JAMES6 PECK, son of Nicholas,^ married Olive 
Armington, daughter of John Armington, of Seekonk. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1728.+l8rael, b. Oct. 22, 1794. 1784. Betsey, b. June 21, 1810. 

1729. Rebecca, b. Feb. 18, 1798. 1786.4-Jo8eph, b. Oct. 9, 1818. 

1780.+WlUiam, b. April 1, 1800. 1786. Sarah, b. Oct. 28, 1817. 

1781. Prudence, b. Sep*t. 26, 1801. 1787. PoUy. 

1782.+John, b. Jan. 1, 1805. 1788. Samuel. 
1788. Almira, b. April 8, 1807. 

I am told that Polly and Samuel died in infancy. 

The members of the family disagreed as to the time of each others' births. 
I have giyeii the most of them as famished me by Mrs. Almira Barney. 
Bebecca married Joseph Maxwell. 

Prudence married : first, Joseph Barney ; second, Samuel Potter. 
Almira married Jonathan Barney. 

Betsey married : first, John Elliott ; and second, William Pearsons. 
Sarah married Charles Barney. 

[1612.] JOSEPH* PECK, son of Nicholas,^ settled in Bris- 
tol, R. I., where he lived and died. He was married : first, to Abi- 
gail Maxwell, daughter of David Maxwell, of Bristol ; second, to 
Esther GroflF, daughter of James Goff, of Bristol; third, to Mary 
Bosworth, of Barrington. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1739.-fStephen, b. Nov. 16, 1804. 1740. Abby, b. 1812. 

Abby married Benjamin Usher, of Bristol. 

[1613.] JOSHUA® PECK, son of Nicholas,* resided for 
some time in Bristol. From there he removed to Smithfield, R. I., 
where he died. He was married : first, to Hannah Bowen ; sec- 
ond, to Nancy Briggs ; third, to Sarah Drown. His first wife died 
April 12, 1806. His second wife died May 17, 1807. His third 
wife died August 12, 1863. He died October 25, 1849. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1741. Ann. Died Dec. 20, 1806, aged 1744.+Nicholas T., b. March 23, 1821. 

18 months. 1745. Jemsha T., b. Sept. 16, 1815. 

1742.+Benjamin D., b. April 1813. 1746. Rebecca J., b. March 7, 1824. 
1748.+Samuel D., b. Feb. 17, 1818. 

Jerusha married Albert Sweet, of Smithfleld, R. I. 
Bebecea married Abel Hobert, of East Donglas, Mass. 

18» 



150 PECK GEITEALOGT, — PAST THIBD. 

[1614.] WmCHESTER* PECK, son of Nicholas,* 
Thressay W. Maxwell, of Bristol, B. L, daoghter of David Max- 
well. He died May 8, 1859. She died April 8, 1847. 

CHILDBEN — 8KVKNTH GKNKBATION : 

1747. Hannah B., b. Jan. 25, 1811. 1750. Ann B., b. Jan. 10, 1820. 

Died Feb. 7, 1849. 1751. Betsey M., b. July 13, 1822. 

1748. Thressay M., b. Nov. 15, 1813. 1752. Anne £., b. May 18, 1830. 

Died Sept. 12, 1844. 1753. Isabella M., b. May 7, 1882. 

1749.+Hezekiah M., b. Sept. 4, 1816. 

Mann€ih B. married Horace Viol, of Warren, B. I. 
Threuay M. nuurried Joseph Foma, of Warren, R. L 
Ann B, married Henry Butts, October 12, 1840. 
Bet9ey M. married Joseph Sawtell, November 25, 1847. 
Anne E. married Charles S. SLsson, October 2, 1856. 
Jsabella M. married William H. Sargens, January 23, 1853. 

[1615.] HEZEKIAH« PECK, son of Hezekiah,* left AtUe- 
borough, Mass., at an early date, and settled in Newport, N. H. 
He and his brother purchased lands there of Phineas Willcox, 
May 1, 1779. (See Records at Keene, N. H., B. 22, p. 614.) He 
married Hepsibah Dryer, of Rehoboth, Mass. He died at New- 
port, aged 57 years. 

CHILD — SEVENTH GKNERATION : 

1754. Esther. 
She married Daniel Nettleton, and died, leaving one daughter Esther. 

[1616.] HENRY« PECK, son of Hezekiah,^ left Attlebor- 
ough, Mass., at an early date, and settled near his brother at New- 
port, N. H. From here he removed to Lowville, Lewis County, N. 
Y., where he died, June 11, 1838. He married Ann Richardson, 
daughter of Seth Richardson, of Attleborough, January 18, 1781. 
She was born April 1, 1760, and died August 26, 1840. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1755.4-Henry, b. Nov. 12, 1781. 1760. Nancy, b. June 11, 1793. 

1766.-f Dexter, b. July 10, 1783. 1761. Abigail, b. June 1, 1796. 

1767.4-Seth, b. April 10, 1785. 1762. Hannah, b. Nov. 18, 1798. 

1758.+Calvin, b. May 14, 1787. 1768. EUoenoi, b. Oct. 8, 1801. 

1759.-|-Hezekiah, b. May 28, 1790. 1764.+SUaa, b. Dec. 6, 1803. 

Abigail married a Thomas, and settled in St. Lawrence County, N. Y. 
Nancy was residing in Harrisburgh, N. Y., in 1864, unmarried. 
Hannah married Joseph Chadwick, and settled at West LowviUe, N. Y. 
EUoenoi married Lester WeUer, and settled at Harrisburgh, N. Y. To her 
kindness I am indebted for my information in relation to the famUy. 



DESCENDANtS OF NICHOLAS PECK. l&l 

[1618.] JONATHAN® PECK, son of Hezbkiah,« remained 
upon the homestead of his ancestors; where he lived and died much 
respected. He married Sabra Capron, daughter of Joseph Capron. 
He died February 9, 1850. She November 2, 1853. 

CHILDRBN— SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1765. Capron, b. Feb. 4, 1797. 1767. Hezekiah, b. July 11, 1807. 

1766. WUlard, b. Feb. 19, ISOl. Died Died yoong. 

young. 1768. Lattimer, b. Dec. 4, 1815. 

Died yoong. 

[1629.] ABIEL® PECK, son of Abiel,* resided in Shepody, 
now Hopewell, Albert County, New Brunswick, where he died, 
October 28, 1814. He married Lois Esterbrooks. He was a 
wealthy former. He settled upon a part of the extensive tract of 
land owned by his father. He held a captaincy in the militia, and 
is always alluded to by the old settlers as Captain Peck. 

CHILDBBN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1769.+Wmiam, b. Sept. 12, 1781. 1774. Anna, b. July 29, 1798. Died 

1770. Abiel, b. March 24, 1784. Sept. 13, 1793. 

1771. Valentine, b. May 5, 1786. 1775. Ruth, b. Jan. 5, 1795. 

Died Oct. 6, 1786. 1776. Sarah, b. May 10, 1797. 

1772. Lois, b. Feb. 27, 1788. 1777.+Jame8, b. Nov. 6, 1800. 

1773. Ezra, b. Dec. ?8, 1790. 1778. Caroline, b. Nov. 26, 1802. 

1779. Amy, b. Nov. 21, 1806. 

Abiel was drowned November 28, 1804. He left no issue. 

Lois was three times married : first, to Eiyah Calkins, her issue by him being 
a daughter. He died April 29, 1813, in his 30th year. Second, to Thomas 
Wilbur. Her issue by him was a son. After the decease of her second hus- 
band, she married Duncan Shaw, by whom she had two sons and one daugh- 
ter. She died at HopeweU, Albert County, N. B. 

Ezra married Margaret Rogers, AprU 28, 1818 ; no issue. He was residing 
in the parish of Moncton, Westmoreland County, in 1865. 

Buth married William Hamilton, June 3, 1817, by whom she had three sons 
and two daughters. 

Sarcih married Stephen Smith, October 17, 1813, by whom she has nine sons 
and five daughters. They were residing in Hopewell in 1865. 

Caroline married Johiel Feck, October 17, 1822. They reside in Hopewell 
(see his record). 

Amey married Eben Wilbur, May 3, 1824. They have issue, and resided in 
HopeweU in 1865. 

1633. ] ELISHA« PECK, son of Abiel,^ resided in Shepody, 
since Hopewell, Albert County, New Brunswick. He settled upon 
a portion of the lands owned by his father. He was a wealthy 



152 PECK GENEALOGY; — PABT THIRD. 

farmer. He married Sarah Akerly, a native of the State of New 
York. He died December 29, 1846. He was bom in Cumber- 
land, Nova Scotia. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1780. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 18, 1787. 1786.+Johiel, b. Nov. 23, 1799. 

1781. Nancy, b. Jane 9, 1789. 1787. Sarah, b. Jan. 23, 1801. 
1782.+Beuben, b. Oct. 1790. 1788.+Abiel, b. Jan. 11, 1804. 
1783.+EU8ha, b. May 11, 1793. 1789. Amey, b. Oct. 23, 1805. 
1784.+EUas, b. July 6, 1796. A son b. 1764. Died In Infancy. 
1785. Sasannah, b. Jan. 11, 1798. 

Elizabeth married John Bennett, January 1808, by whom she had six sons 
and five daughters. He was a fl&nner, and died some years since In Hope- 
well. She was residing there In 1865. 

Nancy married Joseph Turner, December 9, 1818. Her Issue was four sons 
and four daughters. He Is deceased. She was residing In 1865 upon the 
homestead. 

Susannah married James Wallace, January 12, 1821, by whom she had three 
sons and six daughters. He was ordained a Baptist minister In 1825. He 
retired In 1864 In consequence of bodily Infirmities. He was living In 1865. 
Their eldest son, Isaiah Wallace,^ took the degree of A.B. at Acadia College, 
Nova Scotia, In June 1855, and was ordained a Baptist minister lu 1856. He 
was married in 1857. In 1859 the degree of A.M. was conferred upon him by 
the college. Since his ordination he has been actively engaged In the caose 
of education, pastoral and missionary labors. He was filling the pastorate of 
the Baptist church at Lower Granville, Nova Scotia, In 1865. 

Sarah married : first, Duncan Reed, June 1819, by whom she had two sons 
and two daughters ; second, Levi Elliott, June 1830, by whom she also had 
two sons and two daughters ; third, Robert Hoppen, March 17, 1841, by whom 
she had a son and daughter. Elisha,** the son by her last husband, graduated 
*• A. B." at Acadia College, N. S., June 1862. He then pursued In London, 
England, a course of Theological studies, after which he returned, and In 
1865 was settled as pastor of a Baptist church In Westmoreland County, N. 
B., In the Parish of Shediac. 

Amey married Edward Dufiy, October 30, 1833, by whom she has six sons and 
two daughters. He Is a farmer, and resides In Coverdale, Albert County, N. B. 

[1634.] THOMAS« PECK, son of Abiel,^ settled, as did his 
brothers, in what is now Hopewell, Albert County, New Bruns- 
wick, upon the lands given him by his father, where he lived and 
died a wealthy farmer. He married Anna Brewster. He died 
October 16, 1825. 

CHILDREN — 8BVENTH GENERATION: 

1790. Harriet, b. March 24, 1796. 1794. Margaret, b. Feb. 17, 1803. 

1791.+Joseph, b. Dec. 4, 1798. 1795.+Thoma8, b. Sept. 5, 1806. 

1792. Cynthia, b. Jan. 30, 1800. Died 1 796.+ William, b. Jan. 1, 1808. 

In her 18th year. 1797. Mary Ann, b. May 5, 1810. 

1793. Anni b. Nov. 9« 1801. 



DBSOENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 153 



Sarriet married E. Bishop. 
Ann married David Akerly. 
Margaret married Andrew Bishop. 
Mary Ann married Reuben Stiles. 



[1638.] JONATHAN^ PECK, son of Jonathan,* settled at 
first in Bristol, R. I. He moved from there to Dutchess County, N. 
Y., in June 1793. He married Nancy Wardwell, November 2, 
1782. She died September 20, 1803, aged 41 years. He died in 
the town of Alexandria, JeflFerson County, July 30, 1836, aged 76 
years. • 

CHILDBBK — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1798. Lydia, b. Oct. 5, 1784. Died I803.+George, b. Aag. 29, 1792. 

Dec. 9, 1804, anm. 1804. Nancy, b. Dec. 8, 1798. 

1799. Charlotte, b. Oct. 5, 1786. 1806.+AUen, b. July 20, 1796. 
ISOO.+Jonathan, b. Feb. 2, 1787. 1806. Harriet, b. Dec. 10, 1797. 
ISOl.+Henry, b. Feb. 24, 1789. 1807. Wmiam, b. Jan. 7, 1802. 
1802. Abigail, b. Nov. 18, 1790. Died 1808.+Nathaniel W., b. Aug. 24, 1803. 

Sept. 7, 1817, nnm. 

CharloUe married Dr. Jonathan Buck ; was residing, in 1863, in West Low- 
viUe, Lewis County, N. T., with a second husband. 

Nancy married Jervls Pierce, of Bristol, B. I., and settled in Bradford 
County, Fa. She was accidentally shot by her husband. 

Harriet married Mr. Joseph Wood, and settled in Montezuma, where they 
were residing in 1863. 

WUliam died at an early age in Bristol, B. I. 



[1639.] NICHOLAS® PECK, eon of Jonathan,^ resided in 
Bristol, R. L, where he became wealthy. He was a merchant, a 
man of much energy and perseverance. Ho died June 1847. He 
married, for his first wife, Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Stephen 
Smith, of Bristol, October 2, 1785. For his second wife, he mar- 
ried Jemima Gk>rham, daughter of Capt. Isaac Gorham, October 1, 
1797 ; and for his third, Sally Gorham, sister of Jemima, October 
5, 1799. His first wife died May 1796, in her 30th year. His 
second wife died November 7, 1798, in her 24th year. His third 
wife survived him, and was residing a widow upon the homestead 
in 1863. To her kindness, and that of her son Isaac, I am indebted 
for my information in relation to the family. 



154 PECK GENEALOGY,-^ PART THIBD. 

CHILDREN — 8E7ENTH GENERATION: 

1809. Mary, b. June 28, 1787. 1815. Isaac G., b. July 15, 1800. By 

I810.+Nlchola8, b. July 13, 1789. 8d wife. 

1811. John, b. Sept. 26, 1791. Died 1816. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 14, 1802. 

. in ^£aryland in 1804, unm. 1817. Susan, b. March 30, 1809. Died 

1812. Francis, b. May 30, 1794. Died April 21, 1810. 

June 6, 1796. I818.+Francis, b. May 2, 1811. 

1818. Elizabeth, b. May 20, 1796. 1819. Veites G., b. Feb. 18, 1814. 

Died Sept. 30, 1796. 1820. Susan, b. March 29, 1818. Died 
1814. Jemima G., b. Oct. 12, 1798. Aug. 1, 1830. 

By 2d wife. 

Mary married Dr. Lemuel W. Briggs. Her children were : Abby P.,^ Lem- 
uel W.,^ and Walter Z>.** Lemuel W. is a physician, and Walter D. was a mer- 
chant, of the house of Page, Briggs, & Babbitt, Boston, in 1863. 

Jemima married Capt. Bei^amin W. Bradford ; was a widow in 1863. Her 
children were : Henry Felix,^ Elizabeth^ and Afary.^ 

Elizabeth married Randal H. Moale, of Baltimore, a counsellor-at-law. They 
have a large fEimily of children. 

Veites was residing upon the homestead unmarried in 1864. 



[1640.] JOHN® PECK, son of Jonathan,* settled in Bristol 
near the homestead of his ancestors, where he died, March 1, 1821. 
He held a Judgeship in the Court of Common Pleas for seyeral 
years. He was twice married : first, to Patience Turner, daughter 
of Dr. John Turner, April 9, 1795. She died July 12, 1801, aged 
36 years. Second, to Ann Reynolds, daughter of Joseph Reynolds, 
of Bristol, May 16, 1802. She was residing with her daugther, 
Mrs. Benjamin Smith, in 1863. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENEBATION : 

1821. Emma, b. May 21, 1796. Died 1826.-f-Wmiam, b. June 16, 1803. 

Dec. 8, 1868, unm. 1826.-fHenry, b. Dec. 4, 1804. 

1822.-f-Jonathan, b. Feb. 24, 1798. 1827.-f-Horace, b. July 1, 1806. 

1823. Susan, b. Aug. 26, 1799. 1828.+George R., b. April 20, 1808. 

1824.+John T., b. July 10, 1801. 1829. Ann, b. Jan. 26, 1810. 

Susan married Marke A. Smith, of Bristol, R. 1. 

Ann married Capt. Benjamin Smith, and settled in Galesburg, Dl. 

[1649.] SAMUEL« VIAL PECK, son of Thomas,* resided in 
Bristol, R. I., upon what is known by the name of Popposquash, 
where he died, February 21, 1804. He is represented to have 
been kind-hearted and benevolent. • 

He erected the house, as I am told, owned and occupied in 1863 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 155 

by Stephen T. Church. He married Joanna Lincohi for his first 
wife, and for his second, Martha Howland. His first wife died 
November 16, 1796, aged 37 years. His second wife died Janu- 
ary 14) 1849, aged 82 years. She was appointed administratrix 
upon his estate, April 7, 1804. 

CHILDRSN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1830. AshbelHarrick. Died Oct. 21, 18d4. Medberry Lincoln. Died Sept. 

1796, aged 13 years. 3, 1795, aged 9 months and 

1831. Mary Richmond, b. Dec. 26, 2 days. 

1787. Died Nay. 9, 1822. 1835. An infant son. Died Oct. 22, 

1832. Samuel Vial. Died Not. 12, 1796, aged 7 days. 

1796, aged 8 years. 1836. Martha Howland, b. April 1, 

1833. Joanna. Died Not. 10, 1796, 1798. Died yonng. 

aged 5 years. 1837. Eliza Ann, b. March 14, 1800. 

1838. Martha Vial, b. March 20, 1804. 

Mary Bichmond married Philip M. Topham. Bobert C.^ and WUliam^ Top- 
ham, of New Bedford, are her sons. 

Eliza Ann was residing in Bristol in 1863, unmarried. 

MartJui VicU married Nathaniel Fales, and was residing in Bristol in 1863. 

The first six children in this family were those of the first wife, four of whom 
with their mother died with the yeUow fever. 

The tombstones of these children may be found at Bristol. They have been 
removed Arom the ancient burying-ground (now converted into a common) to 
the grounds adjoining.* Near the tombstones of these children, when I vis- 
ited the place, lay upon the ground that of the mother, once a fine stone, then 
apparently uncared for. That of the father had been removed to the North 
burying-ground. The following is the inscription f^om that of the mother : 

In memory of Mrs. Joanna the amiable Consort of Samuel Vial 
Peck who departed this life Nov. 16-1796 in the 37th year of her age. 



[1651.] NATHANIEL^ PECK, son of Thomas,* left Bristol, 
R. I., about 1793, and settled in Amenia, Dutchess County, N. Y., 
where he resided for many years. He removed to Chenango County, 
and afterwards to La Salle, Michigan, where he died, September 20, 
1836. He married Mary Wilson, daughter of John Wilson, of 
Taunton, Mass. She died May 27, 1856, aged 86. 



* Upon the stones of these children, or upon that of the mother, is a singu- 
lar error. Upon the stone of the mother the name is Joanna. Upon that of 
the children she is called Hannah. 



156 FBCK GENEAIX)0Y9 — PABT THIBD. 

CHIUDRSN — SEVENTH OENEBATIOK: 

1889. Thomas, b. Dec. 80, 1792. Died 1845. William L., b. Harcb 7, 1806. 
nmn., Sept. 18, 1886. Died at St. Jago, Cuba, Feb. 

1840.+Samael Y., b. Nov. 22, 1794. 20, 1886, nnm. 

I841.+Nathaniel B., b. Feb. 8, 1797. 1846. Betsy, b. July 9, 1808. Died 

1842. Hannah, b. Aug. 15, 1799. March 5, 1811. 

1843. Maria, b. Aug. 27, 1801. 1847. Betsy W., b. Dec 81, 1810. 

1844. John, b. Nov. 28, 1803. Died 

June 2, 1804. 

Hannah married John M. Wheeler, of Amenia, September 15, 1819, where 
they settled. She died September 28, 1862. 

Maria married George J. Barker, of Amenia, August 24, 1828. Settled at 
Grand Rapids, Mich., where she died, August 23, 1852. 

Betsy W. married William Bosworth, of Pharsalia, January 15, 1829, and 
died at Amenia, October 1857. 



[1655.1 WILLIAM B.« PECK, son of Lortng,* married 
Elizabeth Keese, daughter of Samuel Keese, of Keeseville, N. Y., 
January 22, 1811, and settled at Lake Pleasant, Hamilton Connfy, 
N. Y. 

I am told that he was early possessed of much physical ability, 
energy and decision of character, which fitted him for the active 
life he afterwards lived. He hold various public ofiSces during his 
life, both civil and military. In 1812, 13, '14 and 15, he held a 
commission, and was in service upon the frontier or Canada line. 

He was supervisor of his town and Justice of the Peace for 
many years, and in 1822 was appointed one of the judges of his 
county, which office he held during his residence there. 

In 1826, he removed to Stuyvesant Landing, upon the Hudson 
River, and engaged in the commission freighting and grain busi- 
ness. From here he removed to Chonnahon, Will County, Dl., 
where he was again intrusted with various public offices. In 1837, 
he was appointed by the President Indian Agent to settle claims ; 
and in 1840, Assistant United States Marshal. He held minor 
public offices, as Justice of the Peace, Post Master, etc., until the 
close of his life. 

In speaking of his private life, his son, Samuel K., to whom I am 
indebted for my information, says : " My father will be long remem- 
bered as one of the most pleasing companions, and the most chari- 
table and beneficent of men." 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 157 

He was accustomed to take an active part in political matters, and 
was a pleasing and popular public speaker. 
He died June 22, 1849. His wife in 1845. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1848. Harriet S., b. 1812. 1852. Robert H., b. Jan. 1824. Died 

1849. EUen, b. 1815. Oct. 26, 1852, anm. 

1850. Samuel K., b. March 27, 1818. 1853. Phebe F., b. March 29, 1826. 

1851. Jane, b. 1820. Died 1824. 1854.+Philip S., b. March 27, 1829. 

Harriet married in 1636, settled in Illinois, and died in 1846. 

Ellen married Elisha C. Fellows ; was a widow residing at Joliet, lU., in 
1863. 

Samuel K. was residing at Clinton Comers, N. Y., in 1864, nnroarried. * 

Phehe F, married George W. Washington, of Mount Vernon, grand-nephew 
of General George Washington. She died September 1849. 



[1669.] DR. GEORGE« PECK, son of Col. Loring,^ married 
Elizabeth Dunning, of Lake Pleasant, Hamilton County, N. Y., 
where he resided until about 1817, when he removed to Western 
New York. He resided for some time at Monroe. From there he 
removed to Niagara, where he remained for several yeais. He was 
educated for a profession, and chose that of medicine and surgery, 
which he afterwards practised. He was surgeon in the war of 
1812. He was also ^ surveyor and engineer, in the practice of 
which he sometimes engaged. 

In 1836, he removed to the West, and settled in Iowa, upon the 
west bank of the Mississippi River, where he afterwards laid out 
and founded the city of Camanche. He remained here until his 
decease. 

His son, Franklin K., to whom I am indebted for my informa- 
tion, in speaking of his decease, says : " He now lies buried near 
the city, in a place of his own selection. Upon his tombstone is 
the following inscription : 

Doct George Peck founder of Camanche died Oct 13, 1838 Aged 51 
years 

His wife lies buried by his side. She died May 10, 1844, aged 
48 years. 

14 



158 PECK GENEALOGY, — PAST THIRD. 

CHILDREN — 8 KVKNTH GEMESATION: 

1855.+FraDkliii K., b. May 10, 1812. 1860. Sarah, b. Dec 20, 1822. 

1856. Mary Ann, b. Feb. 22, 1814. 1861. Jane, b. Jan. 1826. 

Died Jaly 19, 1848. 1862. Frances C, b. Dec 11, 1827. 

1857. John R., b. Jan. 8, 1816. Died June 2, 1861. 

1858. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 22, 1818. 1863.+George, b. Feb. 4, 1830. 

1859. Loring D., b. Ang. 6, 1820. 

Died April 14, 1848. 

Mary Ann married Charles Harrison, September 1, 1837. Her children were : 
Norman,^ Daniel,^ Henr^^ and John,* 

John R. married Nancy Bucon, May 1840 ; resides in California ; no issnc 

Jane married Charles Harrison, the former hosband of her deceased sister, 
November 30, 1848. Her child, Sarah Harrison^^ was bom March 13, 1850. 

Sarah married Ira Stockwell, March 30, 1848. Her children are : Gtorge H.^* 
Edwin E,* and Nellie.'^ 

Elizabeth married: first, Jonathan M. Warner, June 19, 1836; second, Eli 
S. Bolce, Joly 12, 1840. Mr. Warner died Angnst 20, 1839, and Mr. Boice 
August 16, 1862. Her children by them are : George Warner^* William,* Mary 
J,,* Caroline JF.,' and David E.* Boice. 

Frances C. married Francis K. Bennett, September 11, 1849. Her children 
were : Frances, jr.,* Rodolphus,* and George,* 

[1660.] HENRY« PECK, son of Loring,* is a wealthy farmer, 
and resides at Bangall, Dutchess County, N. Y. He married 
Nancy Conger, October 19, 1811, daughter of Benjamin Conger, 
of Milan, Dutchess County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN — SETVENTH GENERATION : 

1864. George, b. April 8, 1813. 1867. Alfred, b. Jan. 1, 1822. Died 

1865. Richard, b. May 5, 1815. Sept. 1837. 

1866. Jane A., b. Nov. 15, 1819. 

Jane A. married Charles II. Smith, and settled at HartsviUe, Dutchess 
County, N. Y. 

George is a physician; was nnm. in 1863. 
Bichard is a lawyer ; was nnm. in 1863. 

[1661.] RICHARD« PECK, son of Loring,^ settled at Lake 
Pleasant, and from there removed to Wells, Hamilton County, 
N. Y., where he was residing in 1864. He has been a judge, 
member of the State Legislature, etc. He married Layinia Kas- 
son, daughter of Robert Kasson. 

CniLDKEN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1868. CaroUne, b. Bee. 28, 1819. 1871. Maria Louisa, b. Ang. 28, 1828. 

1869.+Wimam B., b. Sept. 24, 1822. 1872.4-Charles H., b. June 14, 1832. 
1870. Nancy, b. March 29, 1825. 1873. Walter B., b. Feb. 28, 1834. 



DB8CENDANTS OF KIGHOLAS PECK. 159 

Caroline married Dayid Brown; resides' in Northampton, Falton County, 
1^. Y. Their children are : Mbert,* b. September 6, 1846 ; Charles^* b. Decem- 
l>er 20, 1847 ; Dewitt,* b. June 6, 1849 ; Maria,^ b. March 10, 1856 ; Ella,^ b. Oc- 
tober 27, 1862; and Lavinia,^ b. September 28, 1862. 

Nancy married Ulyssls H. Cowles. Their children are: Sarah Jane,^ b. 
April 16, 1846 ; Richard P.," b. April 2, 1847 ; itira,»» b. February 19, 1849 ; 
Jamt8 JJ.,* b. July 11, 1861; ^fary,' b. April 10, 1863; /da," b. May 16, 1869; 
Mfred {7Zy«is,i> b. in 1860. 

Walter B, was in the army, in 1864, unm. 

[1662.] JONATHAN^ PECK, son of Jonathan,^ resided, at 
first, in Rehoboth, Mass., afterwards in other places in that vicinity. 
He married Betty Ormsbe, October 21, 1782 (R. Rec, B. 3). He 
died in Cumberland, August 1846. She died in Proyidence, May 
1849. 

CHILDBEN — SEVENTH GENERATION: (R. ReC, B. 8, p. 296.) 

l£74+CyTU8, b. March 8, 1784. 1878. Sarah, b. Jaly 18, 1794. 

1875. Cynthia, b. Oct. 8, 1786. Died 1879. Betty, b. April 20, 1796. 

April 17, 1864. 1880. Lucy, b. Sept. 16, 1798. Died 
1876.+JoDathaD, b. April 7, 1789. unm. 

1877.-|-Caleb, b. Jan. 14, 1792. 1881. Ruth Ann, b. Oct. 26, 1801. 

Cynthia resided In Providence, In 1868, unm. 

Sarah married John King; resided in Providence, in 1863, a widow. 
Betty married John Draper, of Providence. 

Buth Ann married Wilbor Wheaton, of Providence ; was a widow, residing 
there, in 1863. 

[1663.] RUFUS® PECK, son of Jonathan,* settled in Provi- 
dence, R. I. He was a merchant. He married Lydia Lyon. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: (P. RcC, B. 2, p. 111.) 

1882. Bethia, b. Nov. 14, 1793. Died 1884. Ruftis, b. March 11, 1798. Died 

young. young. 

1888. Ruth, b. Oct. 18, 1796. Died 1885. Philip L., b. Nov. 9, 1799. 

young. 1886. Amos L., b. June 10, 1802. 

Suppose died young. 

Buth married Rev. Wilbor Fisk. He was a Methodist clergyman, at one 
time principal of the Methodist school at Wilbraham, and afterwards of the 
college. 

[1665.] Gn)EON« PECK, son of Jonathan,* settled in Re- 
hoboth, Mass., near what was known in that vicinity as the Gov- 
ernor Martin estate, where he lived and died. 

He married Lydia Bullock, daughter of Judge Stephen Bullock, 



160 PECK GENEALOGY, — PABT THIRD. 

of Rehoboth, March 17, 1791. She was born March 23, 1765. 
He died December 20, 1843. She died November 30, 1846. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: (B. BeC, B. 4, p. 17.) 

1887. Belinda, b. Dec. 23, 1791. 1891. Lydia B., b. March 23, 1799. 

1888. Patsej, b, Feb. 9, 1794. 1892. Candice, b. Jan. 21, 1801. 
1889.+Edwln, b. Dec. 8, 1795. 1893. Mary, b. April 4, 1803. 
1890.4-Noah, b. Sept. 19/1797. 1894. BosaUe, b. March 5, 1805. 

Patsey married Aaron T. Mason, of Swansej. Their children are : Gideon 
P.,* Mary B.," William JF.,' Horace Z>.,' James -4." and Aaron T." 

Lydia married Autil Luther; settled in Pawtncket, B. I. Their children 
were : Charles Autil,*^ William Thompson,*^ Abby P.' and Samuel.* 

Belinda married Sullivan Martin, of Barrington. Their children were: 
Anna Z>.,» Edwin X.," George S,,^ Stephen P.« and Nathaniel P.* 

Candice resides in Seekonk, unm. 

Mary married Gardner Luther, of Seekonk; no issue. 

Bosalie married Capt. Henry B. Howland, of New Bedford. They reside in 
Seekonk, Mass. Their children were: Florence and Lydia. Florence died 
January 17, 1864, aged 20 years and 13 days.* 



[1666.] AMBROSE PECK, son of Jonathan,^ resided in Re- 
hoboth, where he died. He was a cooper by trade. 

He married Amey Mason, daughter of John Mason, of Rehoboth, 
Mass. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

1896. Mary. Died young. 1898. Eliza. Died young. 

1896. Nancy. Died young. 1899. Lemira, b. 1801. 

1897. Amie. Died young. 

Lemira married Bela Peck (No. 2686). 

[1667.] PHILH^ PECK, son of Jon ate an,^ resided m Provi- 
dence. He was a merchant. He was twice married: first, to 
Sally Chase, December 8, 1799, daughter of Amos Chase; second, 
to Abigail Chase, January 25, 1807, sister to his first wife. His 
first wife died December 1, 1804. He died April 7, 1824. His 
second wife died October 14, 1834. 



♦ To her excellent letters I am indebted for much of my information in 
relation to the family. 



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DESCENDAirrS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 161 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : (P. ReC, B. 2, p. 206.) 

1900. John A., b. Oct. 17, 1801. Died 1908.+PhUip F. W., b. Jan. 16, 1809. 

nnm. 1904.-|-Heniy C, b. Feb. 1, 1811. 

1901. Wmiam K., b. Jan. 8, 1808. 1905.+ Charles M., b. Feb. 1, 1811 

Died nnm. Twins. 

1906. Abbj Ann, b. Sept. 30, 1812. 

By second wife : 1907. Heniy, b, April 12, 1 819. 

1902. Sally C, b. Oct. 81, 1807. 

Sally C. married Benjamin T. Chnrch, of Providence. 
Ahby Ann resides in Providence, nnm. 

[1671.] WILLI AM« PECK, son of Jonathan,* settled in Ke- 
hoboth, near his father. He married Hannah Pierce, daughter of 
Isaac Pierce, of Rehoboth. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1908.+Wmiam, b. Nov. 19, 1804. 1911.4-Josephus, b. Sept. 22, 1811. 

1909. Martha W., b. June 6, 1807. 1912.+Noah L., b. Nov. 20, 1816. 

1910. Mary P., b. Nov. 8, 1809. 1918. Hannah, b. June 21, 1818. 

Martha married Obadiah Ross, of Thompson, Conn. 

Mary P. married : first, Jerome Westcott ; and second, David Horton, of 
Providence. 
Hannah married Philip Mowry, of Woonsocket, R. I. 

[1672.] SYLVANUS^ PECK, son of Jonathan,* resided in 
Rehoboth, not far from the Orleans Factory, so called. He mar- 
ried Charlotte Wright, daughter of Joseph Wright. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

I914.+Albert G., b. Oct. 29, 1806. I917.-|-James M., b. July 11, 1818. 

1915. Charlotte W., b. March 16, 1918. Ruth W., b. Feb. 25, 1815. 

1808. I919.+Sylvanu8, b. March 18, 1822. 

I916.-|-Cyrus, b. Nov. 24, 1809. 1920. Frances A., b. Sept. 1832. 

Charlotte W. married E. A. Brown. 

Buth and Frances married John C. Marvel. 

[1676.] NICHOLAS® PECK, son of Pbleg,'^ was early ap- 
prenticed to Seth Peck, who married his aunt, and removed with 
him to Northern Massachusetts, where his uncle died. He after- 
wards married and settled in Ashfield, Mass. From there he 
removed to Oblong, Dutchess County, N. Y., where he remained 
until about 1795, when he settled on Grand Island, in Lake Cham- 
plain. He remained here until 1804, when he removed into the 
State of New York. In 1812, he returned to Grand Isle, where 

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162 PECK GENBALOGY; — PABT THIBD. 

he resided until 181 9, when he removed to Clinton, Clinton County, 
N. Y., where he died in 1837 .♦ 

He was twice married : first, to a Miss Merrick ; and second, to 
Mrs. Eunice Barney, formerly Miss Eunice Clark. She died in 
1842. 

CHIIJ>REN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1921. Phebe. 1926.+Peleg. 

1926. Eunice. 
By second wife : 1927.+Seth, b. Dec. 28, 1800. 

1922.+WUliain, b. March 24, 1789. 1928. Nicholas. 

1923. PoUy, b. Nov. 8, 1790. 1929. Lydia. 

1924.-fChaiie8, b. Nov. 6, 1794. 1930. Rosma-f 

Phebe married Nathan HiU, for her first husband, and James Hinds, for her 
second. 

PoUy married Stephen Martin, and settled in St. Lawrence County, N. T., 
where she died in 1863. 

Eunice married Norman Starks, and was residing in DeUona, Sauk County, 
Wis., in 1864. 

Nicholas was num. in 1864, and residing in Monona, Iowa. 

Lydia married Doras Martin, and was residing in Clinton County, N. Y., in 
1864. 

Bosnia married Ira B. Smith, and was residing at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, in 
1864. 

[1680.] THOMAS^ PECK, son of Peleg,* settled in Swan- 
sey, Mass. The following was communicated by his son, at my 
request, to whose kindness and generosity I am also indebted for 
the likeness of himself and of his father : 

Thomas Peck, son of Peleg, was born in Swansey, Mass., February 
12, 1767. He was brought up, and at his majority commenced life a 
farmer. His father and eldest brother held commissions in the war of 

the Revolution, and my father experienced some of the privations so 

♦ 

* He left his native town at so early a date that his relatives had lost all 
knowledge of him. It was with much difficulty that he was traced out, and 
his descendants found. His children, when found, though already aged them- 
selves, knew nothing of their ancestors, or of their father's connections, and 
seemed surprised and rejoiced to learn that they had many relatives, and an 
nnclc still living ; and what was still more singular, these chUdren had be- 
come so separated in their settlements, that they did not know where each 
other resided, each having to be traced out separate, requiring much time and 
labor. 

1 1 am told that there was a son by the name of Ambros in the above fiimily, 
who died young, being kiUed by the faUing of a tree. 



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common during the war. Six weeks comprised his entire school ad- 
vantages. I find among his papers several commissions, viz : one 
Ensign, dated 1791 ; Lieutenant, 1792 ; Captain, 1803 ; and Justice 
of the Peace, in 1805. 

For several years he was a selectman of the town, and appears to 
have taken considerable interest in public affairs. It was, however, 
chiefly in his office of Justice of the Peace, that he became known 
and appreciated by the public. 

Misdemeanors and crimes of a deeper shade seem to me to have 
been more frequent then than now, and the spirit of litigation more 
common. But his principal business was the collection of debts. His 
attention and scrupulous regard for the interest of the^creditor, soon 
attracted from a large circle most of the business in this line. In 
identifying himself with the interests of the creditor, he did not over- 
look what was due to the debtor, and usually secured the esteem of 
both. 

So large was his legal business of various kinds, that he required 
almost the entire time of a sheriff to serve the numerous papers he 
issued. Justices then made writs returnable before themselves. He 
necessaiily had his regular court days. These were often numerously 
attended, ajid sometimes parties appeared by eminent advocates, 
making these days of great interest to me. 

How long his business continued so large, I do not recollect ; but 
at length, from changes in the laws and the usages of society, it 
diminished. As his business from these sources decreased, he ex- 
tended it in other directions. He surveyed lands and wrote -deeds, 
wrote wills and administered on numerous estates, and became a sort 
of general counsellor and legal adviser and assistant for a large 
circle of acquaintances. 

In his more private relations, as in those already mentioned, he was 
the same man of mind, of principle, of a moral sense rarely in fault, 
to which sentiment and passion, were subjected to reason ; and the 
highest good, rather than the greatest gratification, had prominence. 

The above is a very inadequate expression of a life so full of 
earnest ^nd various occupations. I have mentioned those acts and 
features which seemed to me most likely to be of some general inter- 
est to our numerous relatives, known and unknown. 

That your work may become a medium to the widely scattered 

members of the Peck family^ and like the telegraph wire, bring us 

nearer together, and into more interesting relations, is the desire and 

confident hope of yours. 

Respectfully, 

G. M. PECK. 



164 PBCK GEErSALQOY^ — PAST TSmO. 

He married Elizabeth Mason, dangliter of Job Mason^ of Swan- 
sey, Mass. He died October 1851. She November 24, 1844. 

CHILDRKN — 8BVXMTH OKNERATION : 

I931.+Winiam, b. April 12, 1795. 1986. Adallne, b. Dec. 16, 1801. Died 
1982.+Oaidiiier M., b. Feb. S, 1797. in 1803. 

1983. Lebanon, b. Sept. 18, 1798. 1986. Seth, b. March 24, 1803. 

Died in 1798. 1937. Eliza S., b. May 29, 1806. 
1984.+George, b. Oct. 7, 1799. 

Sliza married John Bidle j, of Swansey. 

[1681.] HEZEKIAH« PECK, son of Pelbg,* settled at first 
in Bristol, R. I., and then in Smithfield, Bradford County, Pa. He 
was twice married : first, to Abby Gray ; second, to Mrs. Abigail 
Brigham, formerly Abigail Mason. His first wife died May 31, 
1833. He died October 29, 1854. His second wife June 1857. 

CHILDREN — SEVKNTH QKNKBATION : 

1938. Sarah 6., b. April 23, 1792, in 1940.+Hezekiah M., b. Aug. 23, 1796, 
Rehoboth, Mass. in Warren, R. I. 

1939.+WilUam, b. May 15, 1794, in I941.+Peleg,b. Dec. 11, 1798, in War- 
Warren, R. I. ren, R. I. 

Sarah G. married Eleazer Waldron, and settled in FaU River, Mass. 

[1682.] SETHfi PECK, son of Peleg,^ settled in Warren, 
R. I. He was widely known as a public man, and very popular. 
He was elected to some public oflSce in the town for more than 
forty years. He was weigher and ganger of the port of Warren 
many years. He held a coloners commission. He was also a dis- 
tinguished Mason, and was for a long time Master of the Grand 
Lodge. 

He was three times married : first, to Lillis Child ; second, to 
Widow Sally Chase ; third, to Widow Sarah Cole, who survived 
him, and was residing in Warren, in 1863. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1942. Patience, b. Aug. 26, 1792. 1944. John G., b. Sept. 7, 1800. Died 
Died nnm. at sea, unm. 

1948. Seth, b. Feb. 22, 1798. Died 
June 24, 1799. 

[1686.] PELEG® PECK, son of Peleg,* remained upon the 
homestead. He was a farmer. He married Abigail Fairbanks, 




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DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 165 

October 14, 1798, daughter of Jonathan Fairbanks, of Rehoboth, 
Mass. She died July 3, 1846. He, March 12, 1809. 

CHILDREN — 8KVENTH OENERATIOX : 

1945. Angellne, b. May 12, 1800. 1947. Henry, b. Nov. 23, 1806. Died 

1946. Abigail, b. June 7, 1804. at Cape Good Hope, unm. 

1948. Freelove, b. Oct. 23, 1808. 

Angeline married Thomas Russell, of Swansey, Mass. 
Abigail married James Peckham, of Swansey, Mass. 
Freelove married N. K. Weaver, of Rehoboth, Mass. 

[1690.] SALSBURY« PECK, son of Peleg,* followed the 
seas. He died in Havana, in 1818, master of a vessel. He mar- 
ried Eliza Barney, daughter of Cyrenus Barney, of Swansey, Sep- 
tember 16, 1815. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1949.+Salsbury, b. Oct. 11, 1818. 1960. Amey Ann, b. Feb. 24, 1817. 

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[1691] DEACON BENJAMIN^ PECK, son of Peleg,* re- 
sides in Rehoboth, Mass. He has been a mechanic. During a 
portion of his early life, he was a millwright by occupation ; an 
ingenious and excellent workman, being one of the pioneers and 
leading men in the business. He built, in 1813, the two first water 
wheels that operated cotton machinery in Fall River, now one of 
the largest manufacturing cities in the country. 

Coming upon the stage of active life at the commencement of 
improvements in mechanics and manufactures, he contributed much 
to their advancement. He early entered into the business of man- 
ufacturing. He has been one of the owners, and the manager of a 
cotton mill, for more than forty years, enjoying the confidence of 
those with whom he has been associated, and the community in 
which he has resided. Notwithstanding his age, — now in his 77th 
year, — he has but jecently retired from business. 

Although of decided political opinions, he has had no aspirations 
for political preferments. He has kept aloof from the corruptions 
of party politics, exercising in the community what was more con- 
genial to his nature and feelings, a moral and religious influence. 

He is deacon of the ancient Baptist church of Swansey, Mass., 
of which he has been a leading member for many years, the same 
church of which his grandfather was the deacon more than one 



166 PECK GENEALOGY, — PAST THIBD. 

hundred years before him.* He was early the subject of religioiis 
impressions. He was baptized while residing in Providence, in 
1820, by Dr. Stephen Gano, and united with his church. When he 
settled in Behoboth, he removed his relations with this church to 
that in Swansey, where he still continues to worship. 

Deacon Peck early took an interest in whatever related to his 
ancestry, and watched with much interest and kind feelings my 
efforts in tracing back our progenitors, and following out their 
descendants, often lending me his helping hand. To his assistance 
in tracing out the Rehoboth Pecks, I am more indebted than to any 
other one. For his kindness and for his generosity in contributing 
his likeness for the bistory, I am under many obligations. 

Be married Mary Luther, daughter of Martin Luther, of Swan- 
sey, Mass. She died September 23, 1825. 

CHILDREN — SEVKNTH GENERATION: 

I961.+Peleg, b. Feb. 19, 1817. 1968. Mary L., b. Aug. 11, 1822. 

1952. Martha D., b. Oct. 13, 1820. 

Mary L, married William A. King. They reside in Behoboth. Their chil- 
dren are : Beniamin P.,* J^i^na M, E,,^ Mary H,* and William L? 

Mr. King is a machinist; an ingenious and excellent workman. He also 
takes an actlTe interest in pnblic matters. He has held different offices. He 
now represents his town in the State Legislature. 



* This church was organized in 1663, by the Bev. John Myles, Arom Swan- 
sey, in Wales (England), fW)m which place he fled to escape persecution for 
his religious opinions, and nonconformity to the doctrines of the church. 
Mr. Miles and his adherents for some time encountered the same intolerant 
sentiment here. The organization of the church was offensiTe to the congre- 
gational church at Rehoboth, and other churches, and the interposition of the 
court at Plymouth was souglit to arrest the growth of the new doctrine. 
Each member of this church, at one time, was fined five pounds, and prohib- 
ited Arom worship for the space of one month. 

They removed out of Rehoboth, and erected a house for worship at Wanna- 
moiset, a neck of land now in Barrington. They afterwards removed to near 
where their present house stands. 

The opposition they met with seemed only to bring them into notice. Mr. 
Myles was an able and learned man, and the church soon became the centre 
of a widespread influence, receiving members j^rom the surrounding towns. 
In 1667, these Baptists were incorporated into a town, taking the name of 
Swansey, which it still retains. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 167 

[1695.] GEORGE B.« PECK, son of Thomas,^ settled first in 
Bristol, then in Rehoboth, where he lived and died. He was a 
hatter by trade. He married Rachel Carpenter, daughter of Peter 
Carpenter, of Rehoboth. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTU OENERATION : 

1954. Elizabeth S., b. Sept. 29, 1817. 1966. Patience C, b. AprU 22, 1822. 

1955. George M., b. 1819. Died Died in 1815. 

young. 1967.+George B., b. March 18, 1824. 

Elizabeth married Geoi^e B. Bliss, of Rehoboth, Mass. 

[1701.] AARON® PECK, son of Aaron,^ married Mary Bar- 
nard, of the city of New York. She was born in Hudson, N. Y., 
August 27, 1784, and died in Providence, R. I., May 1, 1819. He 
died in the State of New York. 

CmLDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1958. Alice Ann, b. Aag. 6, 1805. 1961. Ann Barnard, b. Dec. 1814. 

1959. WiUiam Edgar, b. July 20, 1962. Fhebe Barnard, b. March 29, 

1807. Died Nov. 1827. 1819. Died May 19, 1819. 

1960. Josephine Coffin, b. Jaly 3, 

1809. 

Alice Ann married Jacob T. Bargen, of New York City, where they were 
residing in 1864. 

Josephine C. married William S. Dorr, and died in New York City, April 16, 
1836. 

Ann B, married, for her first husband, John B. Hunt, June 24, 1833. He 
died at- East Douglas, Mass., May 3, 1852. For her second husband, she 
married N. G. Whiting, August 28, 1855. They were residing at Worcester, 
Mass., in 1864. 

[1708.] ROBERT® PECK, son of Ambros,^ resided in Swan- 
sey, Mass. He was a cabinet-maker by trade. He married Polly 
Millard, daughter of Aaron Millard. He died February 1830. 
She died August 14, 1859, aged 76. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1963.+Horace M., b. July 10. 1806. 1967. Mary L., b. Oct. 81, 1816. 

1964.+L9aac L., b. April 24, 1808. 1968.+Robert A., b. Aug. 9, 1818. 

1965. AdaUne, b. Jan. 21, 1810. 1969. Antil L., b. May 22, 1821. 

1966.+Josias L., b. July 17, 1813. 1970. Nancy D., b. Nov. 14, 1823. 

Adenine married Thomas Luther, of Swansey. Her children are: Buth 
Ann,^ Henry,^ now of Swansey, and Adaline,^ 

Mary married Sheldon Young, of South Providence ; Is a widow, and has 
several chUdren. 



168 PECK 0ENEAL06T, — PART THIRD. 

Antil Z. married Joanna F. Tabor, July 2, 1846, daughter of S. M. Tabor, 
of Swanville, Mass. 

Nancy D. married Daniel Briggs. They were residing in Fawtozet In 
1863. 

[1711.] DANFORTH L.« PECK, son of Ambros* resides in 
Pawtucket, R. I. He is a pattern-maker bj trade and occupation. 
He married Susan Peckham, daughter of Aaron Peckham, August 
13, 1815. 

CHILDBEX — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

1971. Abby W., b. March 29, 1818. 1972. Irene B., b. May 6, 1822. 

[1728.] ISRAEL^ PECK, son of James,® resided in Swansey, 
where he died, January 4, 1850. He married Lydia Newman, 
daughter of Daniel Newman, of Rchoboth, Mass. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1973. Lacinda B., b. Dec. 14, 1820. 1978. Theodore, b. April 6, 1832. 

Died June 18, 1834. 1979. Lydia N., b. March 31, 1834. 

1974. Mary A., b. Feb. 8, 1823. 1980. Josephus F., b. Oct. 4, 1835. 
1976. Ann Janett, b. Feb. 8, 1825. 1981. Horace S., b. Jan. 20, 1837. 

1976. Almira A., b. Dec. 14, 1827. Died Oct. 6, 1853. 

1977. James J., b. April 17, 1829. 

Manj A. married Ellsh Tabor, and resided in Fairhaven in 1865. 
Ann Janett married Peter M. Levitt, of Turner, Maine. 
Almira A. married William Gardner, of Taunton, Ma8S. 
James J. and Theodore were residing in Rehoboth, Mass., in 1863, unm. 
Lydia married John L. West, of Bristol, where they resided in li<64. 
Josephus married Julia A. Weldon, of Kehoboth, Mass. Died in the hos* 
pital, at Washington, D. C, July 17, 18G2. 

[1730. J WILLI AiP PECK, son of James,® resides in Warren, 
R. I. He married Sarah T. Hatch, daughter of Solomon Hatch, of 
Connecticut, October 17, 1827. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

1982. Sarah Throop, b. Sept. 25, 1987. Hannah Tabor, b. June 9, 1840. 

1828. Died Sept. 20, 1828. 1988. IsabeUa Hatch, b. Dec. 23, 

1983. Anna Frances, b. Jan. 4, 1^30. 1842. Unm. in 1863. 

1984. William Frederick, b. March 6, 1989. George Edward, b. Aug. 22, 

1834. 1845. 

1985. Isabella, b. March 1836. Died 1990. Sarah Throop, b. May 28, 1848. 

in 1838. Died March 25, 1849. 

1986. Elizabeth Northrop, b. Oct. 17, 

1838. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 169 

Anna F. married George L. Mnrdock, and resides in West Boylston, Mass. 
William married Sarah Phinney Davis ; no issue. 
JSlizabeth N. married James Macumber, and resides in Providence. 
JSannah T, married William Kies, of West Boylston, Mass. 

[1732.] JOHN^ PECK, son of James,® resides in New Bed- 
ford, Mass. He married Lydia Tabor, daughter of Eiisha Tabor, 
of Fairhaven. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATIOX : 

1991. John Edward, b. April 6, 1837. 1995. Georgianna T., b. Aug. 30, 

1992. Timothy T., b. April 7, 1841. 1848. 

1993. Sarah T., b. Sept. 21, 1846. 1996. Arthur L., b. Oct. 18, 1860. 

1994. Albert F., b. Jan. 28, 1846. 

John E. married Sarah A. Barney, daughter of Jonathan P. Barney, of East 
Providence, R. I. 

[1735.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of James,« resides in Fair- 
haven, Mass. He married Lydia Blaisdale, daughter of William 
Blaisdale, of Bucksport, Maine. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

1997. Olive A., b, Feb. 23, 1842. 2001. Eliza M., b. July 1, 1851. 

1998. James N., b. March 12, 1844. 2002. Wallace H., b. Dec. 17, 1853. 

1999. Alphonso T., b. Aug. 16, 1846. 2003. Harriet H., b. May 8, 1857. 

2000. Joseph B., b. Sept. 25, 1848. 

[1739.] STEPHEN^ PECK, son of Joseph,« resides in Bris- 
tol, R. I. He married Mary A. Sylvester. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

2004. Joseph S., b. March 19, 1827. 2007. Phebe, b. Aug. 7, 1835. 

2005. Mahala. b. Feb. 15, 1829. 2008. Ellen M., b. June 26, 1839. 

2006. Newell S., b. Sept. 16, 1831. 

[1742.] BENJAMIN D.^ PECK, son of Joshua,« was resid- 
ing in Washington, D. C, in 1863. He married Nancy Miller, 
daughter of Russell Miller, of Cumberland, R. I., August 1839. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

2009. Mary J., b. March 27, 1840. 2012. Benjamin B., b. Dec. 16, 1844. 

2010. Lloyd G., b. Nov. 7, 1841. 2013. Edward F., bu Dec. 12, 1847. 

2011. Eugenia A., b. June 28, 1843. 

[1743.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Jo8auA,« was residing in 
Providence, R. I., in 1864. He married Violeta. Chappell,. daugh- 
ter of James Chappell, of Sutton, Mass.^ December. 17, 1840. 

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170 PECK QESEAUKfT, PIBT THIBD. 



2014. Samuel D., b. Feb. 17, 1818. 2017. Smnh D., b. Sept. 12, 184S. 

2015. Violets C, b. Feb. 1, 1815. 2018. Samuel C, b. Jane 8, 1848. 

2016. William J., b. Jane 7, 1842. 2019. Geor^^e H., b. Aug. 14, 1854. 

[1744.] NICHOLAS' PECK, son of Joshua,* was supposed 
to be residing in California, in 1863. He married Celinda La- 
tham, daughter of Thomas Latham, of Smithfield, R. L 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2020. John Angell, b. Dec. 24, 1844. 2021. Laara Maria, b. March 17, 
DiM Aug. 1846. 1846. 

Laura Maria was residing In East Douglas, in 1863. 

[1749.] HEZEKIAH' PECK, of Warren, R L, son of Wiy- 
CHESTER,® was married to Adaline B. Sawtell, June 25, 1843, by 
Isaac Bonney. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2022. AUen Pitman, b. Oct. 11, 1844. 2025. Rosabella Thressa, b. Feb. 16, 

2023. James Edward, b. Oct. 17, 1852. Died Not. 9, 1858. 

1846. 2026. Walter Bradford, b. Not. 1, 

2024. Lacina Sawtell, b. March 3, 1856. Died Aug. 19, 1857. 

1848. 
James Edward died in Newbem, N. C, October 29, 1862, in the Union Armj, 
CompaDj A., 5th Regiment R. I. Volanteers. 

[1755.] HENRY^ PECK, son of Hexry,« settled in Harris- 
burgD, Lewis County, N. Y., in 1807, where he died, December 20, 
1840. He married Hepzibeth Kelsey, of Newport, X. H., daugh- 
ter of Roswel Kelsey. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2027. Louisa. 2031. Willard. 

2028. Jonathan. 2032. Ira. 

2029. Nelson. 2033. Frederick. 

2030. Lois. 

Louisa married Allen Parker, and left scTcn children, who settled at Copen- 
hagen, Lewis County, N. Y. 

Ira was living near Cannon Falls, Min., in 1863. 

Frederick was living at Beaver Dam, Wis., in 1863 ; the others at Harris- 
burgh, Lewis County, N. Y. 

[1756.] DEXTER^ PECK, son of Henry,® settled at Harris- 
burgh, Lewis County, N. Y., in 1 807, where he died, January 29, 
1841. 



DESGENDAKTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 171 

He married Polly Peck, daughter of Azeriah Peck, who was 
from Lime, Conn. 

CHILDREN — nOHTH GENERATION: 

2034. Monroe, b. Feb. 1818. 2087. Sarah A., b. Sept. 21, 1832. 

2035. Francis, b. Jane 11, 1821. 2038. One child, b. 1824. Died in 

2036. Emma A., b. Sept. 21, 1829. infancy. 

Monroe married Mary A. Dickins, and was residing at Oak Grove, Wis., in 
1863. His children were : (2039) Bosina^* (2040) Eugene,* (2041) George,* and 
(2042) Mary* 

Francis married Lydia Jane Millard, and was residing at Beaver Dam, Wis., 
in 1863. His children were : (2043) Ellen* (2044) Jane* (2046) Alice* (2046) 
Lelia* (2047) Velma* (2048) Wayne* and (2049) Addison* 

Emma A. married Ninde Thomas, of Adams, Jefferson County, N. Y. 

Sarah A. married Frederick Denio, and settled at Sanford Comers, Jeffer- 
son Connty, N. T. 

[1757.] SETm PECK, son of Hbnry,« first settled in New 
Hampshire ; from there he moved to Harrisburgh, Lewis County, 
N. Y., where he died, March 23, 1832. 

He married Anna Clapp, of Wendall, N. H., in 1808, where she 
was born, July 24, 1788. She was the daughter o. Job Clapp. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OBXEBATION : 

2060. Laura, b. Nov. 7, 1809. 2056. Polly, b. Nov. 8, 1828. 

2061. Plooma, b. March I, 1812. 2056. Lucy, b. Sept. 16, 1827. Died 

2062. Savilla, b. Nov. 11, 1816. Sept. 13, 1828. 

2053. Abigail, b. Sept. 3, 1821. 2067. Lucy, b. July 28, 1834. 

2054. Polly, b. Jan. 13, 1819. Died 

Aug. 12, 1822. 

Plooma married Benjamin Shults. 'She died July 1837. 

Laura married : first, Bonepart Strader ; second, William MiUard. 

Savilla married Ira Strader. 

Abigail married Charles Turner. 

Folly married D. Gordon. 

[1758.] CALVIN^ PECK, son of Henry,® settled in Clare- 
mont, N. H., where he was residing in 1 863. 

He married Lois Kelsey, daughter of Roswell Kelsey, of New- 
port, N. H., May 13, 1809. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OEXERATION : 

2068. Hepsibeth K., b. March 6, 181 1. .2061. Hiram H., b. Jane 10, 1816. 

2069. Cynthia, b. Jane 18, 1818. Died 2062. Ellas S., b. Sept. 17, 1821. 

Sept. 17, 1830. 2063. Lois K., b. Sept. 14, 1824. 

2060. Philena, b. Feb. 28, 1815. 



172 PECK GEKEAL06T, — PART THIRD. 

HeptCbeth K. married John B. Hardy, of Acworih, N. H., Jane 29, 1833. 

PhUena married Willard Hardy, of Acworth, N. H., November 10, 1840. 

Hiram H. married Maria Romrill, daughter of John L. Romrill, March 1, 
1848. They were residing in Londonderry, Vt., in 1864. Their children 
were: (2064) Henry JJ.,» b. April 6, 1844; (2065) LurUla J.* b. Martrh 1*, 
1847; (2066) John X," b. April 25, 1850: (2067) Charies E,* b. AprU 12, 1854; 
and (2068) Nellie 3f," b. October 10, 1860. 

Elias S. married Harriet S. Hale, daughter of Stephen Hale, of Bntland, 
Vt. His child, (2069) Elmer,^ was bom May 14, 1861. 

Lois K. married Thomas A. Hardy, of Acworth, May 21, 1845. 

[1759.] HEZEKIAm PECK, son of HEyBY,« resided at 
Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wis., in 1863. He married Bath 
Cram, October 1814. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH 6EXERATIOX : 

2070. Abigail, b. Jan. 19, 1817. 2072. Mary, b. Dec. 15, 1821. Died 

2071. Hezeklah,b. May 9, 1820. Died Aug. 6, 1827. 

April 3, 1856. 2073. SylTester, b. Aug. 9, 1830. 

Abigail married John Ellis. 

Hezekiah married Laclnda Ellis, AprU 8, 1842, and died April 3, 1856, leay- 
ing five chUdren : (2074) Smith,* (2076) Mary Ann,* (2076) Oscar Adelberi* 
(2077) Hannah Sylista* and (2078) Hezekiah Seth* 

Sylvester married Caroline Edwards, March 13, 1851. 

[1764.] SILAS^ PECK, son of Henby,^ settled at Copenha- 
gen, N. Y. He married Jerusha Cobb, daughter of Ezra Cobb. 

CIIILDREX — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

2079. Mehitable. b. Feb. 26, 1836. 2082. Miles, b. Feb. 2, 1843. 

2080. George J., b. April 2G, 1836. 2083. Jason, b. Dec. 18, 1844. 

2081. Hannah, b. July 7, 1840. 

Mehitable married Henry Thomas. They had two children : Lydia DJ and 
Carson IT.,* in 1864. 

[1765.] CAPRON^ PECK, of Attleborough, Mass., son of 
Jonathan,^ married Lydia Daggett, daughter of Ebenezer Daggett, 
of Attfeborough, Mass., June 21, 1824. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2084. Sabra, b. April 4, 1825. 2090. Ebenezer Daggett, b. May 22, 

2085. Sally Maxcy, b. Oct. 12, 1826. 1835. Died Dec. 26, 1841. 

2086. Joseph Capron, b. AprU 12, 2091. John McCellan, b. May 28, 

1828. Died Feb. 3, 1829. 1837. Died Aug. 14, 1838. 

2087. Jonathan Maxcy, b. Nov. 25, 2092. John Daggett, b. July 12, 1838. 

1829. Died Sept. 2, 1839. 

2088. Lydia Daggett, b. Feb. 2, 1833. 2093. George Capron, b. Oct. 21, 

Died Feb. 23, 1834. 1840. Died Feb. 21, 1841. 

2089. A son, b. Feb. 17, 1834. Died 2094. Mary Isadora, b. April 15, 1842. 

the same day. Died May 10, 1852. 

2095. Lydia Daggett, b. Feb. 3, 1844. 



BEBCENDAKTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 173 

Sdbra,* 8aUy Jf.,* Jonathan If.,' and Lydia* were residing in Attleborongh, 
unmarried, in 1868. 

[1769.] WILLIAM"' PECK, son of Abibl,« resided at She- 
pody, now Hopewell, Albert County, New Brunswick. He was 
drowned, November 28, 1804, with his younger brother Abiel, while 
attempting to cross the mouth of Shepody River in an open boat, 
which the high winds and a heavy sea caused to founder. He mar- 
ried Elizabeth Reed. 

CHILD — EIGHTH OENESATION : 

2096. Wmiam A., b. May 6, 1805. 

He was residing in Rockland, Me., in 1865. He married Rath Rogers, 
November 9, 1826. Their chUdren are : (2097) Lucy,* who married Rev. 
Thomas B. Tapper; (209S) Elizabethy* who married Charles Tapper; (2099) 
George B.y* (2100) Eunice,* (2101) Amanda,* (2102) Edward C.,* (2103) ChrU- 
topher J,,* and (2104) Mary S,* A fUU record of this family was received, bat 
too late. 

[1777.] JAMES^ PECK, son of Abibl,^ was residing m 
Hopewell, Albert County, New Brunswick, in 1865. He has been 
three times married: first, to Sabina Pearson, July 11, 1821 ; sec- 
ond, to Mary Mills ; third, to Zylphia Briggs. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2106. Sabina, b. March 1, 1822. 2110. WiUiam A., b. April 18, 1861. 

2106. Raftis, b. Jan. 1, 1827. 2111. Martin C, b. April 1861. 

2107. James E., b. March 6, 1829. 2112. Rachel R., b. Sept. 20, 1862. 

Died Dec. 25, 1868, anm. 2118. Joshna V., b. Aag. 17, 1864. 

2108. Samuel, b. May 17, 1832. Died 2114. Caroline, b. Aug. 28, 1866. 

March 16, 1869. 2116. James M., b. Sept. 4, 1868. 

2109. Ezra, b. Feb. 24, 1836. 

Tl^ere were three sons and one daughter who died in infancy. 

[1782.] REUBEN^ PECK, son of Elisha,« settled in Hope- 
Well, Albert County, New Brunswick, where he died, March 15, 
1855. He was an active, energetic and a prosperous farmer. He 
married Elizabeth Brewster. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2116. Ablel, b. Feb. 26, 1816. 2120. William, b. Nov. 13, 1823. 

2117. Lavinia, b. Aug. 2, 1817. Died Jan. 10, 1848. 

2118. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 21, 1818. 2121. Jane, b. Aug. 6, 1826. 

2119. John, b. April 29, 1820. 

Abiel was residing in Hopewell in 1866. He married : first, Lydia Hunt, 
who died without issue; second, Nancy Reed, December 22, 1842. Their 
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174 PECK GESBALOCT, PART THIBD. 

cfaDdren are : (2122) Xancf X/ (2123) Wmiam B.* (2124) Amey E.* (2126) 
Sarah J,* (2126; Butk £.• and (2127) Alberta Jr.» 

Latinia nuuried George Calhoan, by whom she has three sons and two 
danghters. Her husband is Begister of Deeds and Judge of the Coart of 
Common Pleas for the Conntj of Albert. 

XathanM is a fkrmer. and resided in Hopewell in 1865. He married Mar- 
garet Calhoan, November 16, 1858. Their children were : (2128) Edson E.,* 
(2129) Bevbem L.^ and (2130) Bwdd />.• 

John has been twice married ; first, to EUza Steeres ; second, to Rath S. 
Calhoon. His children are .- (2131) Jfary C.,* (2132) Martha jE:.,* (2133) Na- 
thaniel 8.^ (2134) Drancelia^^ and (2135) WiUiam F* He is a farmer, and 
was residing in Hopewell in 1865. 

Jane M. married Key. William D. Fitch, a Baptist clergyman, by whom she 
had a son, who died December 20, 1860. Her hosband died January 17, 1861. 
She died May 1864. 

[ 1 783.] ELISHA^ PECK, son of Elisha,^ resides in the Parish 
of Hopewell, Albert County, N. B. He is an extensive farmer, 
owning one of the best farms in the county. He has been a Jus- 
tice of the Peace for many years. He married Sarah Brewster, 
June 21, 1817. 

CIULDREN — EIGHTH GEKERiLTION : 

2136. Nancy, b. March 9, 1818. Died 2142. Alexander, b. July 15, 1832. 

aged about 12 years. Died young. 

2137. Anne, b. Jan. 18, 1820. 2143. Reuben, b. Oct. 20, 1834. Died 

2138. Cynthia, b. Oct. 6, 1822. Not. 14, 1869. 

2139. Ellslia, b. Oct. 13, 1825. 2144. Judson N., b. Dec. 9, 1836. 

2140. MUes, b. Dec. 9, 1827. 2145. A twin, b. Dec. 9, 1836. Died 

2141. Joseph B., b. Jan. 28, 1830. in infancy. 

2146. Charles A., b. Aug. 20, 1839. 

Anne married Winthrop Robinson. Their issue is two sons and three 
daughters. They were residing in the Parish of Harvey, Albert County, in 
1805. He is an extensive farmer. 

Cynthia married Daniel M. Clark, by whom she had three sons and two 
daughters. He died January 22, 1865. She survived him, and was residing 
in Hopewell In 1865. 

Eliitha resides in Hopewell, where he has a fine farm. He married Rebecca 
Lewis, December 28, 1854. His children are : (2147) Lavinia Alice,^ (2148) 
John Leicis,^ (2149) Charles Le Baron,^ and (2150) William Lyell.^ 

Miles was residing in Hopewell in 1865, a merchant and farmer. He mar- 
ried Rebecca C. Rogers. Their children are : (2151) Isabella,^ (2152) Alexan- 
der Lyell,^ (2153) Jl/i7e4J,» and (2164) Elisha,^ who died in infancy. 

Joseph i^. is a barrister and attorney- at-law of extensive practice. He 
resides at Dorchester, Westmoreland County, N. B. To his kindness I am 
Indebted for much of my Information in relation to the descendants of Abiel 
Peck, his ancestor. 

Jtuison was residing in Hopewell in 1865, a farmer. He married Anna Tur- 
ner, July 80, 1862. Their son, (2155) Egbert,^ was bom August 9, 1868. 



DBSOENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 175 

Charles ^. is a barrister and attomey-at-law at Hopewell, Albert County, 
N. B. He married Amelia Nichols, Febmary 17, 1864. 

[1784.] ELIAS^ PECK, son of Eli8HA,« settled in Hopewell, 
Albert County, N. B., where he was residing in 1865. He is a 
farmer. He married Rachel E. Calhoun, November 24, 1831. 
She died February 1865. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2156. Rebecca, b. Aug. 26, 1882. 2160. Mary E., b. March 17, 1840. 

2157. Sarah, b. Jnly 17, 1884. Died Sl61. Sarah J., b. Jan. 28, 1842. 

Feb. 12, 1885. 2162. EUas J., b. Jan. 20, 1844. 

2158. John £., b. Jan. 29, 1836. 2168. Harris B., b. March 9, 1846. 

2159. Samuel C, b. March 29, 1838. 2164. George W., b. Sept. 2, 1849. 

[1786. [JOHIEL^ PECK, son of Elisha,« was residing in 
Hopewell in 1865, a farmer. He married Caroline Peck, daugh- 
ter of Abiel, October 17, 1822. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2165. James Y., b. May 80, 1828. 2169. Johiel £., b. July 12, 1836. 

Died Jan. 6, 1848. 2170. Amy C, b. Feb. 13, 1889. Died 

2166. Abiel, b. Oct. 1, 1825. Feb. 26, 1862. 

2167. Susan, b. AprU 29, 1828. 2171. Sarah L., b. June 1, 1841. 

2168. Almira E., b. Sept. 19, 1830. 2172. Abner V., b. June 8, 1848. 

Amy C married Michael Keiver, October 27, 1858. 
SarcUi L, married Capt. Douglass Nichol, May 26, 1864. 

[1788.] ABIEL^ PECK, son of Elisha,® resided in Hope- 
well, Albert County, N. B., in 1865, where he owned a fine farm. 
He married Lois Hunt, January 27, 1825. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2173. Ruth M. A., b. April 12, 1826. 2179. GUbert M., b. June 15, 1844. 

Died June 17, 1854. 2180. Guilford R., b. Jane 15, 1844. 

2174. Alfired H., b. AprU 19, 1831. Died Sept. 7, 1846. 

2175. Warren D., b. Sept. 1, 1833. Twins. 

2176. Alonzo B., b. March 16, 1836. 2181. Valentine G., b. Aug. 26, 1846. 

2177. Lydla, b. March 11, 1839. 2182. Eliza D., b. June 20, 1852. 

2178. Valentine T., b. June 11, 1842. 

Died Sept. 11, 1846. 

Alfred H, married Kate Dickie, of Philadelphia, Aogast 1, 1839. He is a 
physician and graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. He was setttled 
in Hopewell, Albert County, N. B., in 1865. His daughter, (2183) Alida Cor- 
nelia,* was bom March 14, 1860. 

Warren D. resided in Hopewell, where he died, October 10, 1863. He mar- 
ried Ruzby E. Reed in 1860. Their children are : (2184) Arthur S.* and (2185) 
JEmaSJ 



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176 FECK QENEALOOT, — PABT THIBD. 

« 

[1791.] JOSEPIP PECK, son of Thoicas,* settled in Hope- 
well, Albert County, N. B., where he was residing in 1865. He 
married Melissa Akerly, September 30, 1824. He is a farmer. 

CHILDRKN — nOHTH GENERATION: 

2186. Thomas, b. Aug. 9, 1825. 2190. Mary, b. April 6, 1883. 

2187. Wesley, b. Jane 18, 1827. 2191. Asahel W., b. Dec. 20, 1884. 

2188. Seraphina; b. July 24, 1829. 2192. Harriet, b. Biardi 16, 1837. 

2189. Amy, b. March 16, 1832. 

One died in infancy. 
Thomas married Catharine Kenne. 
Wesley married Mary Rogers. 
Amy married Fierce Kenne. 
JBdrriet married Hiram Edgett. 
Mary married Jndson Pearson. 

[1796.] THOMAS^ PECK, son of Thomas,® was residing in 
the Parish of Hopewell, Albert County, N. B., in 1865, .a farmer. 
He married Rachel Dixon, September 14, 1827. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2198. Edward, b. Joly 5, 1828. 2199. AUen, b. April 16, 1840. 

2194. Mary Ann, b. Dec. 3, 1829. 2200. Elizabeth, b. May 7, 1842. 

2195. Lavinia, b. Dec. 11, 1831. 2201. Hath, b. Jan. 13, 1846. 

2196. Margaret, b. Oct. 28, 1833. 2202. Rachel, b. Oct. 1, 1848. 

2197. James, b. Nov. 29, 1836. 2203. Drusilla, b. Dec. 19, 1850. 

2198. Thomas W., b. April 13, 1838. 2204. Robert C, b. Sept. 11, 1856. 
One died young. 

Udioard married Ann Rogers. 
Mary Ann married Edward McLellan. 
Lavinia married Joel Bray. 
Margaret married Lewis Grossman. 
Thomas married Ann Marshall. 

[1796.] WILLI Air PECK, son of Thomas,® settled in Hope- 
well, Albert County^ N. B. He was a farmer. He also occasion- 
ally engaged in the lumber business. He was killed in 1846 by 
falling over a precipice, from the brow of which he was rolling 
logs. He married Elizabeth Stevens, February 9, 1832. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

2206. Rebecca, b. June 13, 1834. 2207. Sarah, b. April 28, 1838. 

2206. Anna, b. May 10, 1836. 2208. Solomon, b. Aug. 9, 1841. 

Two or more died in infancy, unnamed. 

Behecca married Daniel Stewart. 

Anna married George Stiles. . 

Sarah married William Kinne. 



DESCENDANTS OP NICHOLAS PECK. 177 

[1800.] JONATHAN*' PECK, son of Jonathan,* settled at 
Denmark, Lewis County, N. Y., and afterwards at Alexandria, 
where he was residing in 1864. 

He married, for his first wife, Abby Nye, daughter of Holland 
Nye, of Bristol, Dutchess County, N. Y., June 5, 1808. She was 
bom December 25, 1789, and died August 25, 1831. For his sec- 
ond, he married Malinda Burbank, formerly Malinda Gilbert, 
December 17, 1832. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2209. Lydla, b. Nov. 18, 1809. 2217. Alexander H., b. Oct. 26, 1826. 

2210. HoUan N., b. Jane 24, 1811. 2118. Philander G., b. Jan. 29, 1828. 

2211. Malinda, b. Aug. 15, 1813. Died May 25, 1852, onm. 

2212. Joanna, b. Jaly 22, 1815. 2219. Julia Ann, b. Aug. 4, 1881. 

2213. Abby, b. March 2, 1817. 2220. Charles E., b. Feb. 7, 1884. 

2214. Woolsey, b. April 25, 1819. By 2d wife. 

2215. Jonathan, b. Feb. 26, 1822. 2221. Horace G., b. Noy. 20, 1885. 

2216. William R., b. Sept. 8, 1823. 2222. Harriet M., b. Jan. 80, 1888. 

2228. Wesley W., b. May 8, 1840. 

Xydto married Solomon Bowen, June 16, 1831 ; settled in Marquette, Wi3. 

Hallon y, married Alyira S. Freeman, February 5, 1887. He first settled in 
Alexandria, Jefferson County, N. T., and ftom there he moved to Hammond, 
Wis., where he was residing in 1864. His children were : (2224) Franklin,* 
(2226) William TF.,» (2226) Henry H,,* (2227) Alexander,* (2228) Sidney* 
and (2229) Mary E* 

Malinda married Ellas Lacy, August 21, 1835, and settled in Lowville, where 
she died. 

Joanna married Amaziah P. Ellis, January 5, 1887, and was residing at 
Ressis, Jefferson County, N. Y., in 1864. 

Abby was residing at home unmarried in 1864. 

Woolsey married Catharine McAlister, December 17, 1845, and settled, first, 
at Alexandria, afterwards at Orleans ; no children in 1864. 

Jonathan married Caroline Burbank, April 10, 1846, and was settled at 
Hammond, St. Croix County, Wis., in 1864. His children were: (2280) 
Franklin* (2231) Alzina* (2232) Elvin* (2283) Elbert,* (2284) Melonia,* and 
(2236) Adelbert* 

William R. settled in Callfomia : supposed unmarried in 1864. 

Alexander married, for his first wife, Laura Cooper, daughter of Allen 
Cooper, and was residing at Westfield, Marquette Couuty, Wis., in 1864. His 
children were : (2286) Lucina 8.,* (2237) Cecelia L.,* (2238) William B.,* and 
(2239) Wilbert F* His second wife was Melissa L. Brown, daughter of Har- 
ris Brown. 

Charlee E. married MerrlUa A. Shumway, October 81, 1857, and settled at 
Alexandria, Jefferson County, N. Y. Had one child, (2240) Ida* in 1864. 

Horace O. married Harriet Beckwlth, October 4, 1860, and settled in Alexan- 
dria ; no issue in 1864. 

Wesley W. was in the army and unmarried in 1864. 

Harriet was residing at home unmarried in 1864. 



178 PECK OENEALOOT, — PART THOLD. 

[1801.] REV. HENRY^ PECK, son of Jonathan,* is an 
Episcopal clei^yman, settled in the town of Gnilford, Chenango 
County, N. Y. To his kindness and assistance I am mach indebted. 
He married Nancy Price, December 16, 1810, daughter of Samael 
Price. 

CmLDRKN — EIGHTH GBNERATION : 

2241. BeiOamin P., b. Jan. 1, 1812. ^one 9, 1S34. 

2242. Lorenzo, b. April 1, 1813. Died 2243. Francis H., b. Sept. 20, 1815. 

Bet^min married Caroline Chamberlayne, October 29, 1834. He was resid- 
ing at Monnt Upton, Chenango Connty, N. T., in 1864. Their children were : 
(2244) Harriet Maria *h, July 29, 1836; (2245) Nane^ Amelia* b. June 16, 
1843; and (2246) Henry Calvin,* b. December 19, 1853. 

Drancis Horatio married Mary Jane Haight, Febmaiy 28, 1844. He was 
residing at Morris, Otsego County, N. Y., in 1864. Their chfldren were: 
(2247) Clarissa Anna * \i. September 11, 1846; (2248) Amelia Jane,*h. Janu- 
ary 23, 1851 ; (2249) Amanda Maria* b. Febmary 8, 1853 ; (2250) Francis 
Augusta,* h. Jane 13, 1855; (2251) Henry Seth,* b. September 15, 1868, and 
died November 18, 1863. 

[1803.] GEORGE^ PECK, son of Jonathan,^ settled at first 
at Rome, Oneida County, N. Y. ; afterwards at Sterlingville, Jefier- 
son County, where he died. May 27, 1854. lie married Fanny 
Reynolds, daughter of Solomon Reynolds, of Rome, Oneida Coun- 
ty, November 4, 1812. She survived him, and was residing with 
her son Dewane in 1864. She was born July 6, 1792. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2252. Nancy, b. Oct. 25, 1815. 2256. WUUam R., b Dec 13, 1825. > 

2253. Henry, b. April 26, 1817. Died 2257. Lavinia, b. Dec. 13, 1825. > 

April 26, 1851. Twins. 

2254. George, b. May 13, 1819. 2258. Julia Ann. b. Dec. 29, 1830. 

2255. AngeUne, b. AprU 6, 1822. 2259. Dewane, b. Jane 25, 1833. 

Nancy married Ira Ward, and was residing in SterlingviUe, in 1864. 

Henry married Eunice Tifft, of Lewisburgh, N. Y., where he died, AprU 26, 
1851. His children are : (2260) George,* (2261) Fanny,* (2262) Andrew,* (2268) 
. Amelia* and (2264) Alice* 

George married Lavinia CaldweU, of Carthage, N. Y., and settled in RnsseU, 
N. Y. His children are : (2265) Balinda,* (2266) Alpheus,* (2267) Chandlei* 
and (2268) Lodence.* 

AngeUne married Sylvanus Glasby, of St. Lawrence County, N. Y. 

William B. married Lucretia Tooly, AprU 25, 1845, and was residing in 
Plesses, N. Y., in 1864. His chUdren were : (2269) Dewane,* (2270) Josephine, 
(2271) Adelbert,* (2272) WUUam L* and (2273) Carie.* 

Lavinia married Marques Bacon, of SterlingviUe, N. Y. 

Julia Ann married Joseph Fliner. of SterlingviUe, N. Y. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 179 

Detoane married Clarinda Barns, Febmary 28, 1856, and was residing at La- 
fiirgeYille, N. Y., in 1864. His children were : (2274) Armetee,^ (2276) Mary J.* 
and (2276) WaiU* 

[1805.] ALLEIT PECK, son of Jonathan,* settled at Car- 
thage, JeflFerson County, N. Y., where he lived and died. ' He was 
twice married : first, to Ann Gilbert, daughter of Moses Gilbert, 
of Putney, Vt, November 4, 1820; second, to Cynthia Dean, 
daughter of Samuel Dean, of Westfield, Mass., May 21, 1829. His 
first wife died August 23, 1828. He died April 14, 1853. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH QENBRATION : 

2277. Harriet, b. Ang. 15, 1821. Died 2279. Harriet A., b. April 8, 1880. 

Nov. 24, 1822. Died Nov. 10, 1859. 

2278. Wmiam A., b. Oct. 28, 1823. 2280. Leonard G., b. Sept. 3, 1832. 

Died Nov. 18, 1863. 

William A. married Susannah C. Badd, October 22, 1850. Their children 
were : (2281) Williatn A.,* b. August 2, 1851, and (2282) Allen (?.,' b. Decem- 
ber 8, 1858. 

Leonard G. married Helen F. Bellinger, July 7, 1858, and was residing at 
Carthage, N. Y., in 1864. Their child : (2283) Harriet L,f was bom January 
27, 1862. 

[1808.] NATHANIEL W.^ PECK, son of Jonathan,^ resides 
in Hammond, St. Croix County, Wis. 

He married Julia Nye, daughter of Holland Nye, of Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2284. Ophelia A., b. Feb. 15, 1825. 2285. Dempster, b. Dec. 22, 1838. 

Ophelia married S. D. Broadshaw, a farmer, of Hammond, St. Croix County, 
Wis. 

Demp$ter is a flEirmer, residing also at Hammond, in 1864. He married 
Catharine M. Cross. Their children were : (2286) Francis iV:,» (2287) Richard 
TF.» and (2288) Dempster.* 

[1810.] NICHOLAS^ PECK, son of Nicholas,^ married 
Nancy D. W. Bradford, October 2, 1815. She was born August 
16, 1795. He settled in Bristol, R. I. He afterwards removed to 
Texas, where he died January 28, 1838. 

• CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2289. John Bradford, b. July 21, 2293. Henry WardweU, b. Feb. 21, 

1816. Died April 8, 1817. 1830. 

2290. Bcnj imin Bradford, b. May 9, 2294. WUllam D. Wolf, b. Feb. 21, 

1818. Died May 8, 1863. 1832. 

2291. John Nicholas, b. March 15, 2295. Elizabeth Smith, b. May 19, 

1821. 1837. Died Sept. 20, 1838. 

2292. Nancy Bradford, b. Sept. 26, 

1828. 



180 PECK GENEALOGY, — PAST THIBD. 

John N. settled in Bristol, B. I. He married Mary Bimears, of Bristol; no 
issoe. 

Nancy B. was residlDg in Bristol, in 1868, nnm. 

Benjamin B. married Elizabeth Morrison, of Gonzales, Texas, for his first 
wife, and the widow of Dr. Broddast, of Texas, for his second. 

Htnry W. was residing in Bristol, unm., in 1868. 

WUliam D, Wolf was residing in Texas, nnm., in 1863. 

[1818.] REV. FRANCIS^ PECK, son of Xicholas,^ settled 
at Brookline, L. 1., as pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal church. 

He has been twice married : first to Mary Bowen, daughter of 
Capt. Ephraim Bowen, of Providence, R. I. ; second, to Aogustiue 
Felix, daughter of Henry Felix, of Cuba, W. L, formerly from the 
United States. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

By first wife : 229S. Cecil RosseU, b. Jolj 26, 1856. 

2296. Frances Eugene, b. Ang. 17, 2299. Ernest FeUx, b. Jan. 24, 1859. 

1851. 2300. Adele Ferrien, b. Jnne 24, 

2297. Herbert Lewis, b. March 2, 1861. 

1854. 

[1822.] JONATHAN^ PECK, son of John,« i-esides in 
Columbia, Bradford County, Pa. 

He married Fanny Waldron, daughter of Newton Waldron, of 
Bristol, R. I., May 30, 1 82-4. 

CniLDlJEN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

2301. John Newton, b. March 28, 2302. George Leonard, b. June 28, 
1825. 1832. 

John N. died August 12, 1848. 

George L, resides in Troy, Bradford County, Pa. He married Abbie Peck, 
daughter of Peleg Peck, of Sylvania, Bradford County, Pa. Their child, 
(2303) Fannie Tr.,* was bom October 30, 1858. Their great-great-great- 
grandfather was one and the same person. 

[1824.] JOHN T.^ PECK, son of John,« settled, Uved and 
died in Troy, Bradford County, Pa. 

He married Laura Sanford, of Candor, Tioga County, N. Y., 
May 6, 1835. He died April 20, 1856. 

CinLDREN — EIGUTU GENERATION .* 

2304. Horace N., b. Oct. 23, 1836. 2305. Emma A., b. Feb. 6, 1844. 

Horace died October 19, 1847. 

Emma was residing in Mainsburgh, Tioga County, Pa., in 1863. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 181 

[1JB26.] WILLIAM' PECK, son of John,« resides in Colum- 
bia, Bradford County, Pa. 

He married Lucy Ann Coggshall, daughter of John Coggshall, of 
Bristol, R L, June 9, 1833. 

CHILD — mOHTH OKinCRATION : 

2306. Ann Sophia, b. Nov. 9, 1834. 
Ann Sophia married Orin McCalnm, of Troy, Bradford Comity, Pa. 

[1826.] HENRY' PECK, of Fall River, R L, son of John,« 
married Mary B. Talbot, daughter of William Talbot, of Dighton, 
Mass., September 30, 1829. 

GHILDBXN — EIGHTH OENBRATION : 

2807. Bey. John MUton, b. June 13, 2308. Mary BayUes^ b. June 14, 1834. 
1830. 

Bev. John itfl is an Episcopal minister; was settled in Claremont, N. H., in 
1864. His chUdren were : (2309) Cornelia T.* and (2310) Bobert H.* He mar- 
ried Catharine J. TambnU, daughter of John Tumball, of Paisley, Scotland. 

[1827.] HORACE^ PECK, of Bristol, R. L, son of John,« 
married Eliza Cole, May 16, 1838, daughter of Luther Cole, of 
Bristol. He is a wealthy farmer. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2311. ElizaT. Cole, b. Aug. 11, 1839. 2315. Abbie Elizabeth, b. May 17, 

2312. Helen Louisa, b. Feb. 3, 1842. 1852. 

2313. Sosan Emma, b. July 27, 1844. 2316. Clara Wheaton, b. Jan. 6, 1858. 

2314. Ann Smith, b. Nov. 20, 1846. 

[182a] GEORGE R.'' PECK, son of John,« resides in Gales- 
burg, m. He has been twice married : first, to Margaret Cald- 
well Smith, daughter of Barnard Smith, of Warren, R. I., July 24, 
1844; second, to Lavinia Alice Hathaway, June 24, 1858. His 
first wife died December 1855. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2317. Barnard Smith, b. May 24, 2319. WUliam Smith, b. Sept. 4, 

1845. 1849. 

2318. Oeorge Francis, b. July 18, 2320. Walter Everett, b. Jan. 2, 1852. 

1847. 

[1840.] SAMUEL V.*' PECK, son of Nathaniel,® settled at 
first at Amenia, Dutchess County, N. Y. He died at Poughkeep- 

16 



182 FECK OEREALOOT; — PAST THIBD. 

sie, November 11,1 830. He married Phebe Maria Peabody, Sep- 
tember 30, 1817. 

CffTT.T>KKW — KIOHTH OBNERATION: 

2321. Caroline A., b. Aug. 1818. 2824. Frederick A., b. 1824. 

2822. WUliam H., b. June 1820. Died 2825. Mary, b. 1826. Died in inflmcy. 

1858. 2826. Dewit C, b. 1828. Died 1838. 

2823. Horatio A., b. 1822. 

Caroline A. married Hamilton Broadshaw, and. settled in BrooUyn, N. Y. 
Horatio A, married Fhebe D. Laird ; settled at Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Frederick A. married Mary Peck, daughter of Nathaniel B. Feck, of Fhar- 
salia. He settled in New York City. 

[1841.] NATHANIEL B.^ PECK, son of Nathaniel,* set- 
tied at Pharsalia, N. Y., where he was residing in 1 863. To hi3 
kindness I am indebted for my information in relation to his 
father's family. He married Nancy Babcock, September 14, 1828. 

CHILDBKN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2327. Byfleld, b. Nov. 7, 1830. Died 2328. Mary, b. May 9, 1837. 
Jan. 30, 1847. 

Mary married Frederick A. Peck, Febmary 6, 1856. 

[1854.] PHILIP S.'' PECK, son of Wh^liam B.,« settled first 
in Illinois, and from there removed to California in May 1862. He 
married Sarah A. Ward, of Illinois, May 1855. 

CHILD — EIGHTH OEKERATION : 

2320. Harvey, b. Aug. 1867. 

[ 56 ] FEANKLIN K.'' PECK, son of Dr. George,« resides 
at Clinton, Iowa, a wealthy farmer. To him 1 am indebted for the 
interest he has taken in my work, and his kindness in fumishii.g 
me with information. He married Frances E. Brown, daughter of 
William Brown, March 20, 1838. She was bom April 10, 1818. 

CUILDRKN — KIOHTH OENERATION : 

2330. Jane M., b. Oct. 13, 1839. 2237. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 20, 1851. 

2331. William B., b. Feb. 10, 1841. 2338. David, b. Jan. 18, 1854. Died 

2332. John R., b. Sept. 1, 1843. Died young. 

young. 2339. Franklin K. Jr., b. Feb. 17, 1855. 

2333. Marriett, b. Sept. 24, 1844. Died Dec. 8, 1858. 

2334. Frances, b. Nov. 11, 1846. 2340. Minerva, b. Nov. 9, 1866, Died 
2336. Ellen, b. Sept. 16, 1848. Died Sept. 24, 1867. 

Nov. 20, 1858. 2341. George, b. April 29, 1858. 

2836. Sarah, b. Jan. 26, 1860. Died 2342. Frank, b. Aug. 22, 1860. 
Dec. 2, 1858. 2343. Wesley, b. June 11, 1863. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 183 

Jane M. married John W. Brindle, of Clinton, Iowa, May 20, 1859. He died 
Jnne 14, 1860. Their child, Maty X., was bom May 10, 1860, and died August 
SO, 1861. She then married William Ehrhart, at Dubuque, Iowa, Febrtiary 23, 
1862. 

MarrieU married Francis Bennett, at Clinton, Iowa. Their child (2844) 
Francis W.^ Bennett, was bom November 14, 1863. 

[1863.] GEORGE*' PECK, son of Dr. George,® resides in 
California. He married Sarah Majnes, daughter of Andrew 
Maynes. 

CHELDRKN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2345. Loring, b. 1850. 2347. Charles J., b. 1860. 

2346. Julia, b. 1856. 2348. John, b. 1862. 

[I860.] WILLIAM BJ PECK, son of Richard,* settled at 
Wells, Hamilton County, N. Y., where he has been for many years 
clerk and county register. He has now, 1863, resigned his office 
and entered the army in the service of his country, as he writes me, 
" to hand down to his children the inheritance so nobly bequeathed 
to them by their honored grandsire." * He married Frances M. 
Craig. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2349. Richard, b. July 27, 1849. 2353. Jay, b. June 12, 1856. 

2350. Jackson, b. Jan. 22, 1851. 2354. William B., b. Oct. 1, 1857. 

2351. Bobert, b. Aug. 5, 1852. 2355. Henry, b. July 1, 1860. 

2352. Lavinia, b. March 22, 1854. 2356. Frances, b. Feb. 17, 1862. 

[1872.] CHARES H.*' PECK, son of Richard,* is now, 1864, 
in the army in the service of his country. His family reside at 
Providence, Saratoga County, N. Y. He married Ann Mandeville. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION.* 

2357. Louisa, b. Sept. 12, 1859. 2358. Charles, b. Dec. 10, 1861. 

[1874.] CYRUS'' PECK, son of JoNATHiLN,« married Nancy 
Pierce, daughter of Isaac Pierce. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2359. Mary Ann. 2360. Nancy. 

Mary Ann, who married Benben Emmerson, settled at Webster, where she 
died, leaving chUdren. 

Nancy, who married a Mois, settled in the State of New York, where she 
died. 

* He was kUled at the battle of the Wilderness, May 8, 1864. 



184 PECK OENBALOGT; — PABT THIBD. 

[1876.] JONATHAN^ PECK, son of Jonathan,* married a 
Monroe. He lived and died in Bristol, B. I. 

CHILD — KIOHIH OKNEBATIOK: 

2861. Albert. 
Albert also married, lived and died in BriBtol, B. I. 



[1877.] CALEBS PECK, of Central FaUs, E. L, son of Jon- 
athan,^ married Betsey Kendall, daughter of Cheever Kendall, of 
Hope, Me., November 26, 1826. They were residing at Central 
Falls, E. I., in 1863. 

CmUDRKN — EIGHTH OKNEBATION : 



2362. Betsey £., b. Ang. 21, 1830. 2365. Sarah Ann, b. April 27, 1886. 

2863. Locy £., b. Feb. 16, 1832. 2366. Lydia Aim, b. April 27, 1836 

2364. Maria F., b. Feb. 8, 1835. Twins. 



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[1889.] EDWIN^ PECK, son of Gideon,® was a sea^p- 
tain. He died in Providence, B. L, September 13, 1840. 

He married Martha W. Burr, daughter of Capt. Hazard Burr, of 
Behoboth, Mass. She died April 23, 1849. 

CHILDBEN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2367. Delight R., b. Oct. 23, 1823. 2370. Jnlia Ann, b. Jan. 31, 1832. 

2368. Edwin H., b. Dec. 22, 1824. 2371. Martha W., b. April 25, 1833. 

2369. Henry Clay, b. Ang. 13, 1828. 2372. Darins 6., b. Oct. 10, 1834. 

Delight married Simeon C. Hewett, a Unlversallst clergyman. 

Edwin J7.,' married Emma ComeU, of Swansey. He died in the U. S. Navy, 
August 1, 1863. Hlfl family were then residing in Providence, B. I. His chil- 
dren were : (2373) Amey Jfl,» (2374) Edgar iJ.,» (2375) Julia -4.,» (2376) Ckirrie 
X.,» (2377) EvereU -SI,* and (2378) Jemima.* 

Julia Ann married Samnel Anthony, and was residing at OlneyvUle, B. I., 
in 1863. 

Martha married James Bickford, of Boston, Mass., and afterwards a Whee- 
lock, of New York City. 

[1890.] NOAH'' PECK, son of Gideon,® ^remained upon the 
homestead, where he died, January 7, 1856. 

He was twice married: first, to Abby Maxwell, daughter of 
Squire Maxwell, of Behoboth, Mass. ; second, to Emma H. Luther, 
daughter of Gardiner Luther, of Dighton, Mass. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 185 

GHILDBEN — EIOHTH GENERATION: 

2879. William M., b. Jan. 14, 1826. 2384. Edwin L., b. Feb. 10, 1889 ; by 
Died May 28, 1826. 2d wife. 

2380. William M., b. May 11, 1827. 2885. Jonathan W., b. Jan. 17, 1841. 

Died Nov. 18, 1846. Died July 24, 1842. 

2381. Noah A., b. June 12, 1829. 2886. Abby M., b. Oct. 10, 1848. 

Died June 2, 1868. 2887. Emma H., b. Jan. 81, 1846. 

2882. Maria E., b. Oct. 16, 1882. Died Aug. 81, 1847. 

Died Dec. 16,1887. 2888. Walter R., b. Sept. 16, 1860. 

2883. Abby H., b. Aug. 26, 1886. 2889. William M., b. Aug. 28, 1858. 

Died Sept. 15, 1886. 

[1003.] PHILIP F. W.'' PECK, of Chicago, son of PfliLip,« 
married Mary K. Wythe, of Philadelphia. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2390. Walter Leslie, b. Sept. 19, 1889. 1845. 

2891. Clarence Ives, b. Aug. 20, 1841. 2898. Ferdinand Wythe, b. July 15, 

2892. Harold Stoughton, b. Dec. 11, 1848. 

[1004.] HENRY P.'' PECK, son of Philip,« resides in Bloom, 
Cooke County, 111. 

He has been twice married : first, to Caroline Lawton, daughter 
of Joseph Lawton ; second, to Helen Smith, daughter of Jerusha 
Smith. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2394. Sarah C, b. Dec. 81, 1848. 2398. Henry W., b. Nov. 6, 1857. 

2895. Mary C, b April 22, 1851. 2399. Oren B., b. June 14, 1869. 

2396. Charles V., b. Aug. 31, 1866. 2400. PhUip A., b. May 17, 1861. 

2897. Anna A., b. Aug. 2, 1856. 2401. EUa C, b. Jan. 29, 1868. 

[1006.] CHARLES M.*' PECK, son of Philip,^ resides in 
Providence, R. I. 

He married Adriana Fisher, daughter of Rufus Fisher, of Edgar- 
town, Mass., September 16, 1838. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2402. Mary Chase, b. July 16, 1889. 2406. Ella Frances, b. Jan. 16, 1847. 

2403. Charles Edward, b. April 9, 2406. Lonls W., b. Oct. 18, 1861. 

1843. 2407. William Frederick, b. Sept. 6, 

2404. Edmond Bnrk, b. April 24, 1866. 

1844. 

[1008.] WILLIAM^ PECK, son of William,* married Lu- 
cinda Emerson, daughter of Willard Emerson, of Thompson, Conn., 

16* 



186 PBGK OENEALOOT, — PAST THIBD. 

in 1827. He died in Providence. She was residing in Worcester, 
Mass., in 1864. 

CHILDBXN — EIOHTH OENXRATIOIT: 

2408. Charles H., b. March 11, 1829. 2409. Qeorge F., b. July SO, 1831. 

George F. was residing in Milwaukee in 1864, onmarried. 

CharltM H, settled in Worcester, l£ass., where he was residing In 1864. He 
married Harriet 6. Holyoke, daughter of E. Holyoke, of Brookline, Mass., 
Janoary 1, 1854. Their child (2410) Florence E.,^ was bom February IS, 1SS5. 



[1911.] JOSEPHUS^ PECK, son of William,' married Lou- 
isa Taft, daughter of Adolphus Taft, March 9, 1837. She was 
bom in Northbridge, April 3^ 1815. He died in (Georgia, October 
24, 1842. 

CHnJ> — EIOHTH OSNBSATIOlf : 

2411. Edwin C, b. Feb. 3, 1840. 

Edwin C. resides in Northbridge, l£ass. He married Susan E. BuUer, 
of WUbraham, Mass., November 20, 1861. She was bom May 8, 1845. Their 
child (2412) Emma Louisa^ was bom November 28, 1862. 

[19] 2.1 NOAH L.^ PECK, of Woonsocket, E. I., son of Wil- 
liam,® married Polly Brown, daughter of Capt. Walter Brown, of 
Webster, Mass., January 26, 1837. 

CHILDBBN— EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2413. Walter Brown, b. Oct. 18, 1837. 2416. Elizabeth, b. April 8, 1843. 

2414. Emily Ann, b. Jan. 11, 1840. Died Oct. 21, 1843. 

2415. Jonathan, b. Jane 24, 1841. 2417. Leonard, b. May 18, 1847. 

Died Jnly 24, 1841. Died Jane 11, 1847. 

[1014.] ALBERT G.'' PECK, son of Sylvanus,* resides in 
Behoboth, Mass. He has been twice married : first, to Abby M. 
Stephens, daughter of Joseph Stephens, of Providence, E. I., March 
11, 1833; second, to Patience Davis, daughter of John Davis, of 
Eehoboth, Mass., October 12, 1857. His first wife died November 
4, 1854. She was bom June 15, 1812. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OENERATION: 

2418. Albert M., b. Jan. 12, 1834. 2422. Bnth W., b. Ang. 14, 1844. 

2419. Abby B., b. Ang. 12, 1836. 2428. Ann £., b. Dec 6, 1846. 

2420. Adelaide F., b. AprU 11, 1838. 2424. John D., b. Oct 13, 1862; by 

2421. William H., b. NoV. 11,1841. 2d wife. 

Died Feb. 3, 1844. 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 187 

Albert M. married Mary Abby Nortirap, of Central Falls, B. I. 

Abbjf B. married John M. DayiBy of Behoboth, Mass. 

Addaide F. married Heniy Grayham, of Swansey. 

Sfiih W. married Wbeaton Cole, of Pawtucket, B. I. 

Ann Elizabeth was residing in Warren, B. I., onmarried, in 1864. 

[1915J CYRUS^ PECK, son of Sylvanus,® married Rebec- 
ca P. Sherman, daughter of Robert Sherman, of Newport, R. L, 
December 1830. She died in Newport, May 27, 1859. 

They have had five children, four of whom died in infancy. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3425. Gnstayns B., b. Dec. 81, 1832. 

Chutamu B, resides in Behoboth, Mass. He married Lydia Lather, daugh- 
ter of Bodolphos Lather, of Behoboth, Janoary 4, 1858. Their chUd (2426) 
EUa B.,* was bom September 10, 1858. 

[1917,] JAMES M.^ PECK, of Warren, R. I., son of Stlva- 
NUB,* married Elizabeth Luther, daughter of Samuel Luther. 

CHILDBEN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2427. Samuel L., b. Dec. 17, 1845. A daughter, b. Feb. 22, 1857. 

2428. James C, b. Jan. 29, 1850. Died in infiuicy, unnamed. 

[1910.] SYLVANUS^ PECK, Jr., of East Providence, son of 
Stlvanus,* has been twice married. For his first wife he married 
Caroline Hicks, dau^ter of Capt. Nathaniel Hicks, of Rehoboth, 
Mass., April 25, 1843. For his second wife he married Mrs. Eliz- 
abeth Caruthers, widow, November 16, 1851, formerly Miss Eliza- 
beth McKensy, daughter of Alexander McKensy. His first wife 
died December 8, 1850. 

CHILDBEN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2429. Edwin C, b. Aug. 8, 1848. 2431. Jane E., b. Dec. 17, 1855. 

2430. Caroline H., b. Nov. 15, 1850. 

[1922.] WILLIAM'' PECK, son of Nicholas,® settled at first 
upon Grand Isle, in Lake Champlain, Yt ; afterwards in Chateau- 
gay, Franklin County, N. Y., where he died, September 18, 1864. 

He married Marj^ Ann Martin, of Grand Isle. She was bom 
October 8, 1790. She surrived him, and was residing in Chateau- 
gay in 1864. 



188 PECK 6ENBAL06T| — PART THIBD. 

CHUDRKN — KIOHTH OBKKRATIOK: 

2432. Lniy, b. Nov. 10, 1810. 2487. Seth S., b. Jan. 28, 1822. 

2483. William W., b. Ang. 17, 1812. 2438. Haiy Ann, b. Feb. 28, 1829. 

2434. Ambrose, b. Jan. 6, 1816. 2439. Gay, b. April 18, 1828. 

2435. Martin, b. Feb. 8, 1817. 2440. Julia M., b. March 28, 1882. 

2436. Sarah, b. July 23, 1819. 2441. Horace, b. June 18, 1884. 

Lury married Martin Smith. She died September 16, 1841. He died Sep- 
tember 16, 1842. They left five children. : Mary Jl,* Lucy Ann^* Sarah Sam- 
fioA,' Folly Ameliaj^ and Luqf Alzina.* 

William W. married Clarissa A. Smith, of Chateaogay, settled in Illinois, 
and firom there removed to Iowa. His children are : (2442) CZoHndd,* (2443) 
Waiard !F.,» (2444) Claretta £.• (2445) George W.,* (2446) CharUB IT.,* and 
Oliver L? Clarinda married Nicholas Starit. 

Ambrose married Hannah Nichols, of Pern, N. Y., and resided in Chatean- 
gay in 1864. Their children were : (2447) Sarah Ann* (2448) Harvey,* (2449) 
Eliza* (2450) Benry* and (2451) Buamie.* 

Martin married Alice Cheeney. They were residing in Dellona, Sank 
County, Wis., in 1864. Their children were : (2452) Harriet,* (2463) Deca- 
ture,* (2454) Jackson,* and (2456) Nelson* 

Sarah married William Woodward, of Chateaagay. Their children are : 
Buth* George,* Julia* and Hiram.* Mr. Woodward died November 14, 1868. 

Seth S. married Jane Gale. They were residing in Iowa in 1864. Their 
children were : (2456) Calista,* (2467) Eugene,* (2458) Helen,* (2459) Sylves- 
ter,* (2460) Waiard,* and (2461) Wolford,* twins. 

Mary Ann married B. S. Church, of Chateaagay, to whose kindness I am 
indebted for my information. Their children are : Elmore,* Almon,* Nancy 
Ann,* and Sanford Beuben,* 

Guy was residing in Chateaugay in 1864, anmarried. 

Julia M, married Silas Colby, of Lowell, Mass. ; was residing in Chateaagay 
in 1864. Their children were : Augustus,* Emma,* Walter,* Ady,* Frank,* and 
Henry,* 

Horace married Mary Muncil, and resided in Chateaagay in 1864. Their 
children were : (2462) Ida,* (2463) Chloe,* and (2464) Lilly.* 

[1924.] CHARLES^ PECK, son of Nicholas,* married PoUy 
Martin, daughter of Jonah Martin, November 15, 1815. He was 
residing in Camden, Lorain County, Ohio, in 1865. His wife died 
May 25, 1865. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2465. Hardy, b. Aug. 6, 1816. 2468. Hector, b. July 30, 1826. 

2466. Hester, b. March 20, 1822. 2469. Charles, b. Dec. 8, 1881. 

2467. Hiram, b. Feb. 6, 1824. 2470. AUen, b. June 22, 1864. 

Hardy married Jane Dodd, April 15, 1838. He settled in UlinoiB, where he 
died, September 12, 1838. 

Hester married Marvin Mosher, October 12, 1859 ; was residing In Camden 
in 1865. 

Hiram married Sarah Ann Griggs, November 10, 1848. He was residing in 



DESCENDANTS OF NICHOLAS PECK. 189 

Brighton, Lorain Connty, Ohio, in 1865. His children were : (2471) Merton^* 
(2472) Charles,^ and (2473) Elizabeth.^ 

Hector married Angeline Laurence, Angost 20, 1858. He was residing in 
Waobec, Linn County, Iowa, in 1865. His children were : (2474) Franklitif^ 
(2475) Sherman,* and (2476) Charles.* 

Allen was also residing in Waubec in 1865. He married Elizabeth Bliss, 
July 28, 1864. 

Charles was in Australia in 1861. He married Isabella Linton, April 6, 1854. 
His child (2477) is Alice May.* 

[1926.] PELEG*' PECK, son of Nicholas,* married Eimly 
Gktes. He settled in Thurlow, Canada West, where they both 
died, leaving five daughters and one son. He died January 3, 
1838. She died Pebmary 20, 1852. 

CHILDBKN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2478. Sarah, b. Jnly 17, 1824. 2481. Eunice, b. Oct. 11, 1833. 

2479. Isaac, b. Sept. 2, 1829. 2482. Alzina, b. Dec. 18, 1886. 

2480. Angeline, b. Jane 3, 1882. *£liza Jane. 

Sarah married Aaron LighthaU, and settled in Michigan. 

Angeline married Jolm Collins ; was residing in Thurlow, Canada West, in 

ises. 

Eunice married Bichard Brady ; was residing in Huntington, Canada West, 
in 1865. 

Alzina married Gilbert Mcintosh; was residing in Sidney, Canada West, in 
1866. 

Eliza Jane was residing with her sister Angeline, unmarried, in 1865. 

iBoac was residing in Huntington, Canada West, in 1866. He married 
Martha Carson. Their cliUdren were: WUliam J.,* b. November 2, 1852; 
Thomas B,* b. June 24, 1854; Emily Jane,* b. February 22, 1857; George,* b. 
January 2, 1859 ; Isaac,* b. June 22, 1861 ; Margaret,* b. 1865. 

[1927.] SETH^ PECK, son of Nicholas,* was residing at 
Dellona, Sauk County, Wis., in 1864. He married Cynthia Em- 
mons, April 24, 1826. 

CHILD — EIGHTH OENERATION : 

2488. Seth, b. Jan. 1, 1827. Died Jan. 5, 1827. 

[1931.] WILLIAM^ PECK, son of Thomas,* settled in Digh- 
ton, Mass., where he lived and died. He is said to have been a 
man of much talent. He was a Brigadier-General, and was presi- 
dent of the court-martial which tried Lieut.-Col. 6. T. Winthrop 
for failing to properly do escort duty with his command in Boston 
on election day in 1832. 

• This name was not received until after they were numbered and arranged. 



190 PECK GEKEALOGT, — PART THIBD. 

He married Lemira Mason, dan^ter of Job Mason, of Swanser, 
Mass. He died Mar 25, 1839. She died November 12, 1856. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GEKERJLHON : 

2484. Betsey V., b. June 5, 1826. 2486. Lemira M., b. Kov. 18, 1828. 

2485. Adaline O., b. Jftn. 80, 1827. 2i87. Martha £., b. May 28, 1884. 

Betsey F. has been twice married : first, to Andrew J. Briggs, June 5, 1848; 
second, to Joseph Pitts, March 80, 1852. They settled in DlinoLs. 
Adaline G. married Denis Kenjon, Angnst 20, 1854, and settled in Illinois. 
Lemira married George K. Vineknm, and settled in 8wansey, Mass. 
Martha E, married Jason Place, and settled in Connecticut. 

[1932 ] DR. GARDNER M.^ PECK, son of Thomas.* His 
name appeared before the public in 1821 as a graduate of the 
decree of Doctor of Medicine at Brown University, Providence, R. 
I. He settled in Foxborough, Mass. He soon acquired a large 
measure of public confidence, and his practice became widely 
extended. 

After a professional life of about fifteen years, the fatigues and 
privations of a country practice became intolerable, and he resolved 
to abandon it. He accordingly gave notice of his intentions, and 
at a time fixed discontinued his professional services, except in 
special cases. 

He afterwards engaged in manufacturing business. In the 
autumn of 1838, he removed to the city of New York, and entered 
into mercantile business, in which he continued until his retirement 
in 186-4. 

Since then he has taken considerable interest in the minins busi- 
ness of the country, and is understood to be president of one or 
two Xew York Mining Companies. 

He has been twice married. For his first wife, he married Eliz- 
abeth H. Mason, daughter of Job Mason, of Swansey, Mass. 
She died in 1840- For his second wife, he married Sarah Tal- 
bot, daughter of Capt. Seth Talbot, of Dighton, Mass. 

CmLDREN — KIGHTH GENERATION: 

2488. Martha E., b. Jan. 14, 1822. 2492. Joseph, b. April 22, 1835. Died 

Died Sept. 10, 1832. Feb. 9, 1838. 

2489. Gardner M., b. Jan. 29, 1825. 2493. Elizabeth M., b. April 6, 1837. 

Died April 4, 1825. 2494. Helen G., b. Sept. 8, 1846; by 

2490. Thomas G., b. Dec. 22, 1827. 2d wife. 

Died Sept. 10, 1832. 2495. EUa M., b. Dec. 29, 1853. Died 

2491. Bei^amin C, b. May 25, 1832. March 24, 1857. 



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DESCEND AirrS OF NICHOLAS l^ECK. 191 

[1934.] GEORGE^ PECK, son of Thomas,^ remained upon 
lie homestead. He married. Mary Davis. He died Jaly 1, 1845. 
She December 26, 1838. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2496. George, b. May 29, 1822. Died 2500. Martha 0., b. Dec. 8, 1833. 

July 21, 1842, nnm. 2501. Betsey G., b. April 22, 1835. 

2497. Eliza S., b. May 25, 1827. 2502. Thomas, b. Nov. 17, 1837. 

2498. Seth F., b. Eeb. 27, 1829. Died Dec. 8, 1837. 

2499. Mary D., b. Jan. 18, 1831. 

Eliza S. married Charles Mason, and settled in Warren, R. I. 
Mary D, married John Hobbard ; settled in Warren, R. I. 
Martha O. married William Baker; settled in Warren, R. I. 
BeUey Q. married John H. Bowen ; settled in Warren, R. I. 

[1939.] WILLIAM^ PECK, son of Hezekiah,« left Warren, 
R. L, September 17, 1818, and settled at first in Portsmoaih, Sciota 
County, Ohio. He was residing at Xenia, Dallas County, Iowa, in 
1863. He has been twice married: first, to Mary Ann Hickey, 
December 16, 1819; second, to Zidania Pettet, October 21, 1850. 
His first wife died at Muscatine, Iowa, May 1, 1849, with the 
cholera. He held the oflBce of Justice of the Peace for several 
years at Portsmouth, and has also held the office where he resides. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2503. WUliam G., b. Dec. 25, 1820. 2511. Tamer M., b. Dec. 21, 1842. 

2504. Hezekiah M., b. Oct. 23, 1823. 2512. Charles W., b. Jone 24, 1845. 

2505. Maria K., b. Eeb. 21, 1826. 

2506. John G., b. Jone 16, 1828. Died By second wife : 

Jan. 9, 1829. 2513. AbigaU, b. May 18, 1852. 

2507. Lydia, b. Jan. 11, 1830. Died 2514. Sarah Ann, b. July 2, 1854. 

Sept. 25, 1839. 2515. Isabel L., b. May 11, 1856. 

2508. Daniel, b. Not. 15, 1832. 2516. George M., b. Dec. 28, 1858. 

2509. Joseph, b. April 21, 1837. Died 2517. Mary E., b. Jan. 21, 1861. 

Sept. 22, 1839. 2518. Frances Y., b. Eeb. 23, 1863. 

2510. John B., b. Sept. 24, 1839. 

William Q. married Charlott Bennet, by whom he has had six children. He 
was a Deputy Sheriff for some time at Moscatine. From there he removed to 
St. Louis. 

Hezekiah was a pilot upon the Mississippi River, where he died with the 
cholera, December 23, 1848. 

Maria K. married Thomas Flatt, and settled at Muscatine, Iowa. 

Daniel settled in Jackson, Ohio. 

John B. married Mary Hotchings. Their chUd was : (2519) William Lewis,* 
b. August 19, 1862, and died October 1, 1862. 

Turner M enlisted in the 11th Iowa Volunteers. 

Charles W. enlisted in the army, was taken sick, and came back to Musca- 
tine, and died. 



192 PECK GENEALOGY, — PABT THIBD. 

[1940.] HEZEKTATF PECK, son of Hezekiah,* left War- 
ren, R L, aboat 1819, and settled in Smithfield, Bradford County, 
Pa., where he remained until aboat 1857, when he removed to 
Towanda, where he was residing in 1864. I am told that he for- 
merly took an active interest in military matters, and at one time 
held a Colonel's commission. He married Ruth Hale, at Smith- 
field, Bradford County, Pa., September 6, 1821. She was bom at 
Warren, R L, March 11, 1803. 

CHILDBXN — DOHTH GENEKATTON: 

2520. Mary W., b. May 18, 1828. 2522. Sophia C, b. May 30, 1828. 

2521. George S., b. July 28, 1825. 2528. Wmiam A., b. Jan. 24, 1883. 

Mary W. married Clark M. Stanley, February 14, 1848 ; resided at Athens, 
Bradford Coonty, Pa., in 1864. 

George S. married Calista M. Salsbory, In 1848. They were residing at To- 
wanda, Bradford County, Pa., in 1864. He was Captain of Co. Q, 57th Beg. P. 
V. His chUdren were : (2524) Tr«/iam,*b. in Smithfield, Bradford County, Pa., 
July 31, 1849 ; (2525) George,* b. May 81, 1852 ; (2526) B.* , bom In To- 
wanda, September 18, 1855 ; and (2527) Clarence,* b. January 16, 1858. 

Sophia C. married George H. Estelle, October 80, 1845. They were residing 
at Towanda in 1864. 

William A. married Jennie L. Tracy, at Smithfield, Bradford County, Pa., 
November 26, 1862. They were residing at Towanda, Pa., in 1864. He was a 
Physician and Surgeon, and had charge of 104th Regiment Pennsylvania Vol- 
unteers, afterwards Surgeon in charge of the 1st Brigade in Casey's Division, 
through the Peninsular Campaign ; then medical director of Perkins' Divisiou, 
4th Corps ; and afterwards medical purveyor of the Department of Susquehan- 
nah, on General Couch's Staff. He was practising law at Towanda, Pa., in 
1864. 

[1941.] PELEG"^ PECK, son of Hezekiah,« left Warren, R 
I., December 1819, and settled in Smithfield, Bradford County, Pa., 
where he remained until 1840, when he moved to Columbia. From 
here he removed to Sylvania, where he was residing in 1864. He 
married Lydia C. Hunter, daughter of Daniel and Lydia Hunter, of 
Bristol, R. I., November 23, 1821. 

CHILDREN -— EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2628. William H., b. Feb. 2, 1822. 2684. Emma A., b. Sept. 16, 1836. 

2629. Hannah, b. May 9, 1824. 2686. Francis H., b. Feb. 2, 1839. 

2630. Hezeklah, b. Nov. 17, 1826. 2536. George M., b. July 2, 1841. 

2631. Seth, b. April 17, 1829. 2687. Thomas, b. April 23, 1844. 

2632. Peleg, b. July 2, 1831. 2638. Josephine A., b. Oct. 22, 1846. 
2683. Abbie £., b. Dec. 6, 1838. 

William H. commenced the study of law, Februaiy 1846, with Messrs. 
Hazard and Pierce, in Troy, Bradford County, Pa., where he now resides, in 



DESCENDAKTS OP NICHOLAS PECK. 193 

the practice of his profession. He was admitted to the bar in 1847. He mar- 
ried Helen M. Spauldlng, of Troy, September 22, 1852. Their daughter (2639) 
Florence was bom April 16, 1854, and died August 6, 1860. 

Hannah married Lewis 6. Robinson, January 1, 1843, and settled in Colum- 
bia. He was killed by lightning, June 8, 1843. She died September 12, 1857, 
leaving one daughter Hannah,'* born December 5, 1848. 

Hezekiah resides in Columbia, Bradford County, Pa. He married Jane Bal- 
lard, daughter of Myron Ballard, of Columbia, April 17, 1840. Their children 
are: (2540) Horace B.,^ b. August 27,1851; (2641) Edward F.,* b. June 27, 
1853 ; (2542) Williamy^ b. June 7, 1858 ; and (2543) Barton,^ b. November 10, 
1862. 

Seth married Juliet Eieif, daughter of Andrew Kieff, November 7, 1856. 
Their son (2544) FloydP was bom March 13, 1860. 

Peleg resides in Smithfleld, unmarried. 

Ahbie married, September 19, 1855, George L. Feck, son of Jonathan Feck, 
of Columbia, Bradford County, Pa., formerly of Bristol, li. I. He is a mer- 
chant. They are settled in Troy. Their great-great-grcat-grandfather was 
one and the same person. 

Emma A, died September 3, 1852. 

Francis H. was serving his country in the Union army in 1864. 

George M, was residing in Troy. 

Thomas was residing in Columbia. 

Josephine was residing in Sylvania, unmarried. 

[1949.] SALSBURY PECK,"' son of Salsbury,^ married for 
his first wife, Ruth Peckhain, daughter of Silas Pcckliam, of Provi- 
dence, R. I., January 8, 1843. For his second, Margaret A. Rob- 
inson, August 21, 1854. Uis first wife died October 17, 1852. 

CHILDREN — EIGnxn GENERATION : 

2545. Emory A., b. Feb. 15, 184G; 2548. Annah A., b. July 13, 1856. 

Died Aug. 2, 184G. 2549. Laura R., b. May C, 1860. 

2546. Francis E., b. July 3, 1851. 2550. Emma A., b. November 1862. 

2547. Alice M., b. Aug. 24, 1852. 

[1 951 .] PELEG^ PECK, of Rehoboth, son of BexVJAmin,^ mar- 
ried Laura Thresher, daughter of Asahel Thresher, of Rehoboth. 

CniLDUKN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

2551. Laura W., b. June 19, 1844. 2553. Lydia A., b. Dec. 9, 1851. 

Died Sept. 23, 1847. 2554. Susan M., b. June 19, 1854. 

2552. Mary T., b. Mar. 1, 1846. 2555. Imogene, b. June 18, 1856. 

Mary T. married Michael J. Iliggins. Lieut. Higgins enlisted in the 3d 
Khode Island Regiment Heavy Artillery, soon after, the breaking out of the 
RebelUon. Notwithstanding his youth, he tilled with much honor and credit, 
the positions of Private, Corporal, Sergeant, and first and second Lieutenant. 
He was in command for some time at Fort Pulaski, Tibee and Morj-is Islands, 

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194 PECK GENEALOGY, — PABT THIRD. 

fUling for more than six months the position of Post A^jotant. He resigned 
his commission at the age of 19, after having been in the senrice three and 
one-half years. 

[1967.] GEORGE B.^ PECK, son of George B.,« resides.in 
Warren, R I. He married Cordelia J. Adams, daughter of Ira 
Adams, of East Smithfield, Pa., September 1, 1849. 

CHILDREN — EIOHTH OENERATIOX: 

2556. Clara Aldella, b. Mar. 25, 2558. Rachel Amelia, b. Sept. 5, 

1851. 1861. 

2557. William Howard, b. Nov. 22, 2559. George Ira, b. Mch. 24, 1863. 

1855. 

r 1 963.] HORACE M.^ PE CK, of Providence, son of Robert,^ 
married Rachel Maxfield, daughter of David Maxfield, of Dart- 
mouth, Mass., May 8, 1833. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2560. Susan Amanda, b. July 4, 1843. 

1834. 2565. Ednah Augusta, b. May 8, 

2561. Horace MontraviUe, b. Oct. 9, 1846. Died Oct. 2, 1847. 

1836. 2566. Waldo Ames, b. Sept. 25, 

25G2. Rachel Maxfield, b. Mar. 11, 1849. 

1839. Died June 28, 1840. 25C7. Frank Richardson, b. Mar. 23, 

2503. Ambros Robert, b. May 18, 1852. 

1841. 2568. Minnie CoweU, b. Feb. 14, 

2564. Allen Millard, b. Dec. 11, 1861. 

Horace M, married Mary E. Allers, daughter of Capt. John G. Allers, No- 
vember 16, 1859. He was residiug in California in 1863.* Sarah Z>.,* their 
child, was born May 12, 18G4. 

Susan Amanda uiarried Charles Henry Cowell, of Wrentham, Mass., Jan- 
uary 24, lb61. They were residing in Providence in 1863. 



[1964.] ISAAC L.'^ PECK, of Warren, R. I., son of Robert,^ 
married Jane D. Burrell, of Pawtucket, R. I., October 20, 1839, 
daughter of Benjamin Burrell. 

CmLD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

2560. Sarah A., b. Sept. 15, 1840. 
Sarah A. married Henry A. Huff, of South Boston, June 7, 1864. 



• He returned to Providence, R. I., where he died October 27, 1867. He 
was killed by the accidental discharge of a pistol whUe taking it from his 
pocket. 



DESCENDANTS OF NI0HOLA8 PECK. 195 

[1966.] JOSIAS L.^ PECK, son of Robert,* married Nancy 
R Wardwell, daughter of Joseph and Nancy Wardwell, of Bristol, 
RL 

CHILDBEN — EIGHTH GSNERATIOK: 

2570. Emily Maxlield, b. Aag. 4, 2571. James Alanson, b. Mar. 16, 
18d3. 16B5. Died Dec. 28, 1886. 

EmUy M. married Allen Hoar, son of Joseph and Loc7 Ann Hoar, of War- 
ren, R. I. Their children were : Jtnnit Linden^^ Joseph ALlen^^ and Minerva 
Wheaton^ 

[ 1968.] ROBERT A.^ PECK, of Bristol, son of Robert, •mar- 
ried Sarah B. Bennett, daughter of Martin and Eliza Bennett. She 
was bom August 18, 1820. 

CHILDBKN — EiaHTH aSXEBATIOK: 

2572, Prank H., b. AprU 11, 1847. 2574. J<ine G., b. Joly 12, 1855. 

2573. William H., b. AprU 12, 1850. 2575. William B., b. Feb. 8, 1859. 

Died Jan. 22, 1855. 



PART FOURTH. 



THE DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL^ PECK, 

FOURTH SON OP JOSEPH^ THE ANCESTOR. 

Samuel Peck was bom at Hingham, Mass.; and baptized 
there, February 3, 1638-9. He removed with his father to See- 
konk, and remained upon the homestead after his decease. He 
was one of the deacons of the church. He also held various 
town and other offices. He was a Deputy to the General Court 
at Plymouth, in 1689 and 1692. He was the first representative 
from the town afl^r the Colony of Plymouth and Massachusetts 
were united.* 

The following is a copy of his will, from the Records at Taun- 
ton, Mass., Book 2, p. 207 : 

I Samuel Peck of y* town of Rehoboth in the county of Bristol in 
y* Province of Massachusetts Bay Being in perfect health and of 
good and perfect memory thanks be unto God for the same do make 
& ordain this my last will <& testament in man' <& form following that 
is to say Item I give unto my only son Noah Peck my house barn 
orchard <& house lot <& all my land in the s^ division <& in the great 
plain with my land lying easterly from Ebenezer Waltiers house and 
land with all my fresh meadow and salt meadow lying in Rehoboth or 
Swansey excepting the com on the ground and I give unto my son 
Noah Peck one silver bowl 

Item I give unto my daughter Sarah Sabin my feather bed on 
which I lie with the furniture belonging there unto one silver spoon & 

* Plymoath Colony was annexed to Massachusetts by the charter of William 
and Mary, in 1692. 
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198 PECK GENEALOGY; — PABT FOURTH. 

fifty acres of land lying & being in the north purchase with all my 
meadow in that purchase 

Item I give unto my son in law Samuel Paine fifty acres of Land 
lying on the east side of Palmers river and One hundred pounds com- 
monage in the town of Rehoboth to be to his disposal of for any of 
my grand children at his discretion 

Item I give unto my grand daughter Anne Paine one feath^ bed 
with one coverled & two blankets 

Item I give unto my grand daughter Sarah Paine one silver 
spoon 

Item I give unto my son Noah Peck my wearing appearel my staf 
and my cart wheels and ploughs and chaines and if Joseph Paine 
ser^'e him till his indenture be out then my son Noah is to fulfill all 
the indenture and then I give to said Joseph Paine forty acres of land 
which is to be layed out, the lot being drawn for it 

Item I give unto my son Noah Peck all my arms and amunition 

Item I do ordain & make my son Noah Peck Executor of this my 
last will and Testament And my Will is that after my body be hurried 
fbneral charges & debts paid and the contract maid with my wife be- 
fore marriage he fulfilled that then the remainder of my estate not 
particularly mentioned be equally devided between my son Noah & 
my daughter Sabin and my son in law Samuel Paine for the use of his 
children my grand children 

Item I give unto my son Noah Peck that piece of upland which 
lies joining to my salt meadow & all my interest in the undi\ided 
lands in the North purchase and the remaining part of my commonage 
in Rehoboth 

In witness where of I now set my hand and seal the eleventh day 
of June Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and five and in 
the fourth 3^ear of the Reign of Queen Ann 

Signed Scaled & delivered in the presents of 

JOHN BUTTER WORTH 

SAMUEL SMITH SAMUEL PECK 

DANIEL CARPENTER 

The will was presented to the court to be proved, June 2, 1708. 
In the reception of the inventory, he is called Deacon Samuel 
Peck. 

The following deed is also upon record at Taunton, Book 8, p. 
668: 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL PECK. 199 

To all christian people to whome these presents shall come — Dea- 
con Samuel Peck of the town of Rehoboth in the County of Bristol in 
her Majiesties Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England — 
Sendeth Greeting — Know ye that I the aforsaid Samuel Peck fo good 
consideration moveing me there unto — viz — the great and dear love 
and affection that I have to my son Noah Peck have freely given 
granted enfeaoflfed and confirmed and by these presents do absolutely 
give grant enfeoff and confirm unto my said son Noah Peck his heirs 
executors administrators and assigns forever the westerly end of my 
dewelling house the end that he liveth in now — likewise five acres of 
my home lot the young orchard the said lot and the orchard at the 
easterly end of my house and as much land at the northerly end of 
my lot as will make up five acres my son allowing me free egress and 
r^ress into said home lott — likewise half the lot which was my 
fathers in the second division both for quantity and quality as it is 
bounded on the records of said second division of land — likewise 
half my land on the great plain both for quantity and quality as it is 
bounded in the records of said land — likewise half the land I bought 
of my brother Joseph Peck in the second division both for quantity 
and quality as it is bounded on the records of said land — likewise 
half the land I had of Stephen Pain adjoining to Joseph Bucklands 
land in said second division both for quantity and quality as it is 
bounded in the records for said land — and four acres of the lot I 
bought of Daniel Smith — and likewise all my two allotments lying 
on the easterly side of bushie meadow containing eighty six acres be 
it more or less as it is bounded on the records — Likewise my fresh 
meadow at the forty acres as it is bounded in the records — Likewise 
half my fresh meadow on the hill river both for quantity and quality 
as it is bounded upon the records for said meadow and likewise all 
my piece of salt marsh that lies by Benjamin Aliens land butted and 
bounded as in the records may appear — and likewise the northerly 
piece of my salt marsh that lieth adjoining to Israel Barneys meadow 
and a hundred and twenty five pound commonage in said Rehoboth 
all of it lying and being in Rehoboth above said — To have and to 
hold the aforsaid housing, orchard upland and meadow ground before 
named with all and singular the timber wood underwood stone mines, 
minerals, waters, water courses, herbage, grass, feedings, rents profits 
hereditaments, immunities, privileges and appertanences there to be- 
longing or in any manner of way appertaining, with the reversion and 
reversions remainder and remainders to him the said Noah Peck his 
heirs executors administrators and assigns forever — and as a good 



200 PECK GENEALOGY, — PAST FOUBTH. 

sore perfect and absolute Estate of inheritance in fee simple aooording 
to the tenor of her Majestyes Manoor of East Greenwich in the 
Ck>anty of Kent in the Reahns of England by free and common Soc- 
age and not in but without any manner of Ck>ndition or retention 
title of Dower or Limetation of uses whatsoever as to alter change 
defeat or make Toid the same — And the said Noah Peck his heirs 
and assigns shall and may by fource and virtue of these presence from 
time to time and at all times forever hereafter lawMIy peaceably and 
quietly have hold occupy possess and enjoy all the above given and 
granted premises and every part and parcel thereof free and clear and 
clearly acquited and fully discharged of and from all manor of other 
and former gifts grants bargains sales leases jointures dowries qntails 
judgements executions extant and fh>m all and all manner of other 
gifts grants titles troubles and incumbrances whatsoever 

In witness whereof he the said Samuel Feck hath sit to his hand 
and seal this tenth day of march in the year of our Lord One thousand 
seven hundred four and five in the seventh year of her Majestys Beign 
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us 

Witnesses GERSHAM TABER 

DANIEL SMITH 

SAMUEL PECK 

He was twice married. His first wife, Sarah, was buried Octo- 
ber 27, 1673. For his second wife, he married Rebecca Hunt, 
November 21, 1677, widow of Peter Hunt, and daughter of 
Stephen Paine. She died June 12, 1699. 

CIIILDREX — THIKD GENERATIOX : 

2576. Anne, b. Dec. 22, 1CC7. 25S0. Jaiel, b. June 14, 1680. Baried 

2577. Sarah, b. Feb. 2, 16G9. July 6, 1680. 

2578. Judith,b.July26, 1671. Burled 2581. Rebecca, b. Oct. 22, 1681. 

Feb. 2, 1081. Buried Nov. 2, 1682. 

2579.+Noah, b. Aug. 21, 1078. 

Anne married Samuel Paine. Her children were: Joseph,* Anne* and 
Sarah,* 
Sarah married John Sabin, October 3, 1698. 

[2579.] NOAH PECK^ son of Samuel,^ settled upon the 
homestead, given him by his father. He was a representative 
from his town to the General Court, in 1712. Upon the records 
he is called Lieut. Xoah Peck. 

I learn but little in relation to him, and find nothing in relation 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL PECK. 201 

to his descendants. He disposed of a portion of his lands soon 
after the decease of his father, and the remainder about 1719. 

It is thought by some, that his sons all died young, or without 
issue ; and by others, that he removed to Connecticut, or some dis- 
tant place, where his descendants have not been distinguished from 
others of the name. The former supposition is the most probable. 

He married Hannah Winter, March 4, 1702. 

OHILDREX — FOURTH GENERATION: 

2582. Rebecca, b. Dec. 1, 1702. Bap- 2584. Samuel, b. Jnne 27, 1707. Died 
tlzed Nov. 19, 1704. Feb. 15, 1710-11. 

2588. Noah, b. June 8, 1705. Bap- 2585. Hannah, b. April 29, 1711. 

tized July 8, 1705. 2586. Sarah, b. Dec. 29, 1718. 

2587. Samuel, b. July 20, 1716. 



I 

ii 



I I 



PART FIFTH. 



THE DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL' PECK, 

THE FIFTH SON OF JOSEPH^ THE ANCESTOR. 

Nathaniel Peck was born at Hingham, Mass., and baptized 
there October 31, 1641, and removed from there with his father 
and family to Seekonk, afterwards Rehoboth. He settled upon the 
lands given him and his brother Israel, in what is now Barrington, 
R. I., near the present residence of Ellis Peck, Esq. They were a 
part of the lands purchased by the proprietors of Osamequin and 
his son Wamsetta. 

The record of the deed of these lands, known by the name of 
Poppanomscut, alias Phebe's Neck, Sowames or Sowamsit, is upon 
the proprietors* records now in the care of the Town Clerk at War- 
ren, R. L, dated March 29, 1653, B. 1, pg. 9, where tlicir location and 
division into lots may be learned. They arc now partly in Bristol, 
Warren, Swansey, Rehoboth, and Barrington. 

The lands given to Natjianiel and Israel by their father remained 
undivided, the most of them at least, until after the son of Nathan- 
iel became of age. They are referred to upon the proprietors* re- 
cords, first after the decease of Nathaniel, as the lands of Israel 
and the heirs of Nathaniel ; and afterwards, as the lands of Na- 
thaniel and his uncle Israel. 

Upon the proprietors* records, January 1 698-9, B. l,pg. 73, may 
be found the division of their lands, some lying at Kechmuet, 
Scamscammuck, Chachapoucoset, and other places. 

Nathaniel and his wife died at an early age. He was buried 
August 12, 1676, and his wife Deliverance, May 1, 1675 (R. Rec. 
B. 1). He had three children, and left at his decease, — as appears 
by the Massachusetts Colonial records, — two, a son and a daughter. 



204 PECK GENEALOGY; — PART FIFTH. 

The Court, as appears upon record, appointed Jonothan Bosworth 
and Samuel Peck, November 1, 1676, to administer upon the estate 
of Nathaniel Peck, there being " two children, a son and a daugh- 
ter." The Court ordered that the son should have double that of 
the daughter, and that the estate remain undivided until they be- 
come of age, or until they choose their own guardians. 

The births of two of his children are upon the records at Swan- 
sey. That of the daughter I could not find. A number of the first 
leaves of the first book of births at Swansey, have been destroyed 
or lost; it was without doubt upon them. She doubtless died 
young, as did her brother Elisha, as I find no mention of her name 
in the division of her father's estate. 

CniLDREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

2688.+Nathaiiiel, b. July 26, 1670. 2590. Elisha, b. April 19, 1675. Died 

2689. , b. April 30, 1675. 

[2688.] NATHANIEL^ PECK, son of NAtHAXiEL,^ settled 
upon the lands left him by his father. He was a prominent man, 
and held various public offices. He is called upon the records for 
several years Lieut. Nathaniel, and afterwards Deacon Nathaniel. 
He was twice married : first, to Christian Allen, of Swansey, March 
8, 1695-6; second, to Judith Smith, of llehoboth, July 18, 1705 (S. 
Rcc. B 1 ). His first wife deceased June 8, 1 702 ; his second wife 
November 10, 1743; he August 5, 1751. 

The following is from his tombstone, which is in Barrington : 

In Memory of Deacon Nathaniel Peck who departed this life on y* 
6**" day of August 1751 in y* 82^ year of his Age 

The righteous shall be liad in everlasting remembrance 

CIIILDP.EX — FOURTH GEXERATION : 

2591. Ebenczcr, b. April 24, 1C97. April 17, 1709. 

Buptized Sept. 2G, 1703. 2596. AbigaU, b. Aug. 12, 1709. 

2592.+NatlianieI, born July 10, 1699. 2597. Bathsheba, b. Jan. 15, 1710-11. 

Baptized Sept. 26, 1703. Died Dec. 13, 1709. 

2593.-hTboma8, b. Oct. 4, 1700. Bap- 2508.-|-Soloman, b. Nov. 11, 1712. 

tizcd Sept. 20, 1703. 2599. John, b. Julj' 1, 1714. Died 

2594. Daniel, b. July 28, 1706. By July 23, 1714. 

2d wife. Baptized AprU 13, 2600. John, b. Feb. 29, 1716. Died 

1707. May 14, 1716. 
2595.-hDavid, b. Nov. 1707. Baptized 

Abigail married Mathew Pratt. 

The graves of the two last children are in the burjing-ground at Seekonk. 



DESCENDAHTS OF NATHANIEL PEOK. 205 

[2591.] EBENEZBR^ PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ resided in 
Barringtoii; near his father. He left no issue. His will is upon 
the records at Taunton, Mass., B. 4, p. 346, dated June 16, 
1724. 

He gives to his wife Mary, 250 Acres of Land in Ashford County, 
of Hartford, Conn., with his household stuff, one yoke of oxen, &c. To 
his brother Nathaniel, 100 acres of land in Ashford, and two bonds of 
209 pounds, and his mare and sheep. He also gives his wife one bond 
of 33 pounds. He gives to his brother Thomas, 50 Acres of Land in 
Ashford, Conn. He gives to his brothers Nathaniel and^Thomas a bond 
of 37 pounds and 16 shillings, and his wearing apparel, to be equally 
divided betwixt them. He appoints his honored father and Zachariah 
Bignell executors of his will. 

[2592.] NATHANIEL^ PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ settled in 
the south-easterly part of Seekonk, not far &om what has since 
been known as Major Monroe's, upon the farm recently known as 
the Doct Hutchins' place. 

By his will, which is upon the Records at Taunton, Mass., B. 15, 
p. 107, dated May 8, 1756, he appears to have been a man of wealth. 
He is called upon the Records Lieut. Nathaniel. 

He gives to his wife the use of the best room in his Mansion house, 
with a privilege in the kitchen. He gives her the privilege of keeping 
a cow and horse, winter and summer, and whatever else she may choose 
to keep so long as she remains his widow. 

He also gives her 20 lbs. of flax and 15 lbs. of wool yearly ; also all 
his indoor movables, one horse, and one cow. He requires his son 
Comfort to provide for her ten bushels of Indian com, five bushels of 
rye, two hundred weight of pork and one hundred weight of beef 
yearly, so long as she shall remain his widow. He also gives her his 
negro girl slave, named Rose.* He gives his daughter, Mary Jacobs, 



* The names of slaves occasionaUy occar among these early settlers upon 

records and gravestones in the barial grounds. 

The foUowing is an instance : 

Here lies the beet of SUtTaa, Hie falUiftil Soul ie fled 

Now turning into duet. To relme of Heavenly light, 

Oeaeor the Ethiopian oravet And by the blood of Jeasua ahed 

A place among the Juat. le changed ftrom black to white. 

Jan 16 he quit the stage, 
In the T7th year of hia age. 1T80..^ 

18 



206 PECK GENBALOGY, — PABT FIFTH. 

wife of Allen Jacobs, 5 pounds 13 shillings and 4 pence ; to his dan^ter 
Abagail Barney, wife of Martain Barney, 5 pounds 18 shillings 
and 4 pence. He gives five sheep to his beloved grandson Nathaniel 
Peck, and three to his granddaughter Mary Jacobs. He divides his 
lands and common rights among his three sons, Thomas, Comfort & 
Peleg ; giving Comfort the homestead. He makes Comfort and his 
wife his executor and executrix. His inventory, which is upon the 
records at Taunton, B. 15, P. 207, is lengthy. Among the property 
named is one negro man, about 70 or 80 years old, one negro woman, 
about 40 years old, appraised at 13 pounds 6 shillings and 8 pence. 
One negro girl, about 8 years old, appraised at 20 pounds. One 
mulatto boy, about 13 years old, bound as an apprentice until 21 
years of age. 

He died in the army at Fort Edward, August 5, 1756 (R Eec. 
B. 1). His wife was Alee Fish, of Portsmouth, R L 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

2601.+Thomas, b. Jan. 11, 1726-7. 2604. Christian, b. Aug. 25, 1733. 

2602. Mary, b. Dec. 1, 1728. 2605. AbigaU, b. Sept. 11, 1785. 

2603.+Comfort, b. May 26, 1781. 2606.+Peleg, b. April 8, 1741. 

Mary married Allen Jacobs. 
AbigaU married Martin Barney. 

[2693.] THOMAS^ PECK, son of NATHAyIE^3 Uved and died 
in Seckonk, upon the farm since owned by and known aa the Dea- 
con Vial Medberj farm. 

He married Deliverance May, of Swansey, January 1729. She 
was bom December 5, 1712, and died January 3, 1791. 

He died April 5, 1763. The division of his estate is recorded 
upon the Taunton Records, B. 18, p. 503, dated May 3, 1764. 
The estate was largd. His son Ebenezer had a double portion. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

2607.+Ebenezer, b. Mar. 8, 1730. Dec 13, 1812. 

2608. Deliverance, b. Jan. 8, 1732-3. 2613. Bathsheba, b. Aug. 13, 1746. 

Died Dec. 23, 1776. Died Sept. 19, 1789. 

2609. AUen, b. Aag. 22, 1735. Died 2614. Huldah, b. May 8, 1749. Died 

April 6, 1740. Oct. 24, 1770. 

2610. Gains, b. Jan. 17, 1737-8. Died 2615. Cliloe, b. Aug. 10, 1751. Died 

in the army Oct. 23, 1768. Oct. 1830. 

2611. Lois, b. Aug. 1, 1741. Died 2616. Tliomas, b. May 18, 1765. 

Mar. 25, 1812. Died on board a prison ship, 

2612. Jemima, b. May 19, 1744. Died Not. 16, 1777. 

Deliverance married Samuel Smith. 
Loia married Dauiel Thurber. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 207 

Jemima married John Bncklln. 
Baihsheha married Mathew Allen. 
Mvldah married Wilson Jacobs. 
Chlot married Asahel Wilmoth. 

[2695.] DAVID^ PECK, son of Nathaniel .^ remained upon 
a part of the homestead where his grandson Sebea Peck was re- 
siding in 1 863. He died March 4, 177 1 . 

He married Sarah Humphrey, September 20, 1744. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GBNERATION (Bar. ReC. B. 1, p. 23) : 

2617. DaTld, b. Aag. 18, 1746. 2622. Rachel, b. Oct. 20, 1754. 

2618. Sarah, b. Mar. 19, 1749-50. 2623. Lewis, b. Oct. 18, 1757. 

Died Mar. 81, 1752. Died young. 

2619. John, b. Mar. 8, 1751-2. Died 2624.+Joel, b. Aug. 28, 1769. 

Oct. 10, 1758. 2625.+Lewls, b. Aag. 80, 1761. 

2620. Ezra, b. Jnly 8, 1748. Died 2626. John, b. May 12, 1763. 

April 12, 1752. 2627.+Noah, b. Mar. 81, 1765. 

2621. Ezra, b. Oct. 5, 1758. Died 2628. Sarah, b. Mar. 7, 1767. 

Jan. 5, 1754. 

Baehel married Samuel Read, of Rehoboth. 

John married Susan Jones ; no Issue. 

Sarah married Caleb Spencer, and settled In Clarendon, Vt. 

[2698.] SOLOMON^ PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ settled upon 
a part of the homestead. 

He married Keziah Barnes, December 29, 1737. She died July 
18, 1792. He died December 8, 1776. The following are the 
inscriptions upon their tombstones : 

Here resteth all that was mortal of Solomon Peck Esq who died 
Dec' ^^ 1776 in the 65**» year of his Age 

My flesh shall rest in hope to rise wak* by his powerful voice 

All that was mortal of Kezia wife of Solomon Peck Esq' lieth here 
who died July 18**» 1792 in the 75*** year of her Age 

A faithful wife and Mother dear Such she was who now lies here 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

2629.+Solomon, b. Oct. 29, 1738. April 24, 1816. 

2630. Keziah, b. Aug. 3, 1740. 2635. Esther, b. May 18, 1751. 

2631. Hannah, b. Feb. 4, 1743. Died 2636. Daniel, b. Mar. 24, 1753. Died 

Aug. 17. 1752. Sept. 10, 1776. 

2632. Samuel, b. Dec. 30, 1744. Died 2637. Hannah, b. Oct. 17, 1755. 

Aug. 3, 1814. 2638. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 7, 1759. 

2683. Benjamin, b. June 8, 1747. Died Oct. 9, 1776. 

Died Oct. 12, 1776. 2639.+Ebenezer, b. Dec. 11, 1762. 

2684. Amos, b. May 1, 1749. Died 



208 FBGK GEHEALOOY, — PIBT FIFTH. 

Kesiah married Comfort Peck; and died June 25, 1776. 
Esther married John Vial, of Seekonk. 
MantMh married Samnel Bams. 

[2601 .] THOMAS* PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ settled first in 
ProTidence, then in Scitoate, R L 

CHILDBXN — SIXTH GKNERATIOK : 

2640.+Nathaniel, b. Sept. 24, 1751. children were (Scit. Bee.) : 

(R. R. B. 2, p. 29). 2644.+Peleg, b. Sept. 24, 1760. 

2641. AbigaU, b. Oct. 2, 1753. 2645.+Jacob, b. May 81, 1764. 

2642.+Thoina8, b. Dec 27, 1757. 2646.H-Peter, b. Mar. 27, 1767. 

By his second wtfe (2643) Dorothy, his 2647. Dorothy, b. Mar. 12, 1770. 

Dorothy married William Butenber, and settled in Otsego Coonty, N. Y. 

[2603.] COMFORT* PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ remained 
upon the homestead. He died May 29, 1814. He married, for his 
first wife, Hannah Barney ; for his second, Kesiah Peck, (No. 2630)^ 
daughter of Solomon Peck ; and for his third, Ruth Saunders, of 
Haverhill, Mass. 

CHILDREN — SDCTH GENERATION : 

2643. Christian, b. Feb. 4, 1756. Jane 10, 1780. 

Died onm. 2653.+Nathaniel, b. Feb. 20, 1774. 

2649.+Comfort, b. Oct. 17, 1760. 2654. James, b. Jan. 28, 1776. Died 

2650. Kesiah, b. Jan. 2, 17G4. July 11, 1799. 

2651. Hannah. 2655.+Thomas, b. April 17, 1779. 

2652. Kath, b. Mar. 15, 1770. Died 2656. Buth. 

Kesiah married Levi Daggett, of Seekonk, where they lived and died. Their 
children were : Jtfary,' Kesiah,'' John,'' Levi,'' Hannah,'' Betsey, "* Fanny'' and 
LydiaJ 

Hannah married John M. Wood, of Swansey. Their children were : Seth,'' 
Beuhen' and Kinsley. '' 

Buth married Zedekiah Millard, of Behoboth. Their chUd was : Blizabeth,^ 
who married John Martin, of East Providence, B. I. 

[2606.] PELEG^ PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ lived and died 
in Scituate, where I found his grandson Asahel Peck residing in 
1860. 

He married Esther Barney, November 27, 1760. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

2657. Aaron. Died young. 2663. Polly. 

2658. Peleg. Died young. 2664. -John. Died young. 
2659.+Bamey. 2665. Esther. Died Aug. 21, 1301, 
2660.4-l8aac. aged 27 years. 
2661.+£benezer. 2666. Martha. 

2662. Hannah. Died young. 2667. Welcome. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECEu 209 

JMly married Wibor Williams. 
Martha married Robert StriTner. 

[2670.] EBENEZER* PECK, son of Thomas,^ remained upon 
the homestead. He died April 14, 1807. 

He married, for his first wife, Sarah Carpenter ; for his second, 
Sarah Brown ; and for his third, Sybel Ormsbee. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GSNBRATIGN : 

2668. Hannah. Died nnm. Nov. 2672. Lucy. 

10, 1818, in her 59th year. 2678. Jacinthia. 

2669.+Gain8. 2674. Ruth. 

2670. Mehitable. 2675.-{-Ebenezer. 

2671. Sarah. Died young. 2676.+Thoma8. 

MehUable married Isaac Martin, of St. Johnsbury, Vt. Her children were : 
Sarah;' Isaac,'' Hannah,'' Bezekiah,'' John,'' Lucy,'' Winthropy^ Huldah'' and 
Ambrose,'' 

Lttcy married Reuben Pierce. Her chUdren were : Luqfj'' Bichard,'' Bebeo- 
ea' and George,'' 

Jacinthia married, first, Samuel Barker ; second, a Humphrey. Her chil- 
dren were ; SamueP and Lenea,'' 

Buth married Barnabas Barker. Her children were : Sarah,'' John,'' Han- 
nah,'' Lucy,'' Barnabas,'' Almira,'' Jadnthia'' and Wallace.'' 

[2617.] DAVID* PECK, son of David,^ settled at first upon 
the paternal homestead, and afterwards in Seekonk, where he died. 
He married Elizabeth Bushee. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

2677.+Aaron. 2681. Sally. 

2678. EUhu. 2682. Prudence. 

2679.+Ezra. 2683. Judith. 
2680. Betsey. 

Betsey married James French, of Seekonk. 

Sally and Prudence married Nathaniel Carpenter. Sally left no issue. Pru- 
dence left children. 

[2624.] JOEL* PECK, son of David,^ settled upon the home- 
stead of his fathers. He married Lucy Fish, daughter of Daniel 
Fish, of Seekonk. He died November 11, 1833. She died March 
2, 1864, in her 90th year. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

2684.+Horatio, b. Dec. 3, 1793. 2688.+Sebea, b. Jan. 25, 1803. 

2685.+Elnathan, b. Jan. 27, 1796. 2689. Fanny, b. Sept. 6, 1805. 

2686.+Bela, b. Jan. 29, 1798. 2690. Bethia, b. Aug. 4, 1808. 

2687. Wealthy, b. Sept. 22, 1800. 2691. Clarissa, b. Dec 13, 1812. 

18* 



210 PECK GENEALOOT, — PAST FIFTH. 

Wealthy married Nathaniel Medbeiy, of Barrlngton. Her chOdren are; 
McUheWf'' Lucy,'' Andrew,'' TheophUus,'' Angeline'' and James.'' 

Fanny married Seth D. Clark, of East Providence. Her children are 
Clariseay'' Augustus,^ Julia,^ Diana,'' George' and WHliamJ' 

Beihia married Beiijamin B. Medbery, of Harrington. Her children are 
Beniamin T.,^ Mary,'' Horace' and Charles.'' 

Clarissa married Robert T. Smith ; no issue. 



[2626. ] LEWIS* PECK, sod of David/ left Banington about 
1786, and settled in Clarendon, Rutland Coonty, Yt., where he 
resided until a short time before his death, when he removed to the 
town of Ira, where he died. He was twice married : firsts to Betty 
Bead, of Behoboth, Mass. ; second, to Cynthia Green. He died 
January 1825. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH 6BNERATION : 

2692. Daniel, b. Nov. 1808. . 2697. Jonathan. Died yoong. 

2693.+John, b. Oct. 28, 1787. 2698. Salmon. Hy 2d wife. Died 

2694. Rachel, b. Feb. 1792. yoong. 

2695. Selina, b. Oct. 23, 1794. 2699. Leland. Died yoong. 

2696. Samoel. Died yoong. 2700. Lydia. Died yoong. 

Daniel was killed by the fUling of a tree in the 19th year of his age. 
Bachel married Charles Nichols. 
Seiina married Samoel Borrill. 

[2627.] N0AH5 PECK, son of David,^ left Barrington in 
1786, and settled at Clarendon, Vt. He married, for his first wife, 
Anna Spencer, in 1793. For his second, he married Mehitable 
You, March 1812. His first wife died January 1, 1811. His sec- 
ond wife died September 18, 1835. He died August 19, 1842. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

2701. Mary, b. Sept. 16, 1794. Died 2706.H-Noah, b. Jan. 1807. 

April 13, 1835. 2707. Sarah, b. Jan. 1809. Died 

2702.+David, b. Nov. 1, 1795. Nov. 7, 1823. 

2703. Annah, b. Jan. 2, 1797. Died 2708.+Lewis, b. Feb. 10, 1813. By 

Nov. 1839. 2d wife. 

2704. Hannah, b. Sept. 16, 1799. 2709.+Daniel H., b. Jan. 29, 1815. 

Died July 6, 1838. 2710. Alphonso C, b. Jan. 1, 1817. 

2705. Betsey, b. Jan. 1803. Died May 

16, 1836. 

Mary and Annah married Walter Rider, of Clarendon, Vt. 

Hannah married Beiijamin Bishop. 

Betsey and Sarah died unmarried. 

Alphonso C. was residing with his brother Lewis, unmarried, in 1863. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PEOK. 211 

[2629. ] SOLOMON* PECK, of Barrington, son of Solomon,* 
married widow Abigail Bamey, formerly Abigail Peck (No. 2605), 
daoghter of Nathaniel Peck, December 8, 1 763. He resided where 
Asa Peck, his grandson, was residing in 1860. He died Angost 
22, 1814. She died June 16, 1821. 

CHLLDBEN — SIXTH GEMEBATEOK: 

2711. AblgaU, b. May 12, 1764. 2715.+EU1B, b. Aug. 2, 1774. 

2712. Keziah, b. Sept. 10, 1766. 2716. Bebee, b. June 1, 1777. Died 
2713.+Solomon, b. Feb. 18, 1769. April 19, 1781. 
2714.+Darii]S, b. Jane 25, 1772. 

Abiff<Ul married Ebenezer Peck (No. 2661), son of Peleg. 
Keziah married Joshua Bead for her first husband, and David Hill for her 
second. 

[2639.] EBENEZER* PECK, son of Solomon,^ lived and 
died in Barrington. He lived near where Ellis Peck now resides. 
The house stood where Benjamin Medberj was residing in 1863. 
He married Huldah Brown, daughter of Amos Brown, of Beho- 
both, December 2, 1785. She ^ied April 22, 1816, in the 64th 
year of her age. He died April 20, 1816. 

CHILDREN — SELTH GSNKEATION: 

2717.+Nathaniel, b. Jan. 16, 1786. 2721.+Beidamln, b. July 10, 1793. 

2718.+£benezer, b. Aag. 81, 1787. 2722.+Learned, b. Oct. 15, 1795. 

2719. Huldah, b. Aug. 8, 1789. 2728. WUliam H., b. Jane 5, 1798. 

2720. Bebee, b. Jane 18, 1791. Died April 22, 1816. 

MtUdah married Ebenezer Humphrey, and settled in Barrington. Her chil« 
dren are : Albert,'' Samttel,'' John^ Marian'' Nancy,'' and Ann Eliza.'' 

Bebee {trom, whom I received my information in relation to her father's flun« 
fly), married Bei^amln Heath, September 13, 1812. Her children are : Mary,'' 
Benjamin,'' Huldah,'' WUliam' and Clarissa.'' 

[2640.] NATHANIEL* PECK, son of Thomab,^ married 
Sarah Paine, daughter of Nathaniel Paine. He resided in Provi- 
dence. He was a caulker by trade. He and his wife died in See- 
konk, at the residence of their daughter Hannah ; he aged 76 years, 
and she 75. 

dhn.DRKN — SEVENTH GEMEBATION : 

2724. Sebra, b. Jan. 5, 1777. Died ^2725. Hannah, b. Jnly 8, 1780. 
at sea, nnm. 

Hannah married WilUam Handy, of Seekonk. Mr. William Handy, of See- 
konk, to whom I am indebted for my information, is her son. 



212 PECK OENEALOOT, — PAST FIFTH. 

[2042.] THOMAS' PECK, son of Thomas,' left Bhode Island 
at an earlf date, and settled at what was known as the German 
Flats, N. Y., where he died about 1810. He married, for his first 
wife, as I am told, Lydia Eni(^t; and for his second, Frances 
Davis, who died April 11, 1826. 

CHILDBKN — SKYXNTH GSNKRAHOir: 

S7a6.+PMlip, b. April 25, 1776. 2782.+Thomas, b. July 19, 1794. 

2727.+Ros8eU. 2788.+Ai, b. Dec 12, 1797. 

8728. SaUy. 2734. wmiam F. 

2729. Ardilla. Suppose died onm. 2786.+Ja]iie8. 

2780. Chariotte. 2786.+NathaiiieL 

2781. Barbary. 

Sally married Edward Davis, of Bnttemats, N. Y. 
ChaiioUe married a Hunt, and died soon after. 
Barbary married Richard Paddock, of Litclifield, N. Y.* 
WUliam F, died young, in Uie town of Lorraine, N. Y. 

[2644.] PELEG« PECK, son of Thomas,* left Rhode Island 
about 1795, and settled in Ots^o County, at or near Fly Creek. 
From there he removed to Richfield. He married Betsey Sweet, 
daughter of Jeremiah Sweet, August 13, 1779. He died Novem- 
ber 4, 1849. She August 14, 1838. 

CHILDREN — SEYEXTH GENERATION: 

2787. Abner, b. Oct. 24, 1780. 2744.+Alfted, b. Feb. 20, 1793. 

2738. Joab, b. March 12, 1782. 2745. Alflredia, b. Nov. 29, 1794. 

2739.+Panlon, b. Feb. 11, 1784. 2746. Augustas, b. Sept. 14, 1796. 

2740. Freelove, b. Nov. 13, 1785. 2747. Hannah, b. Jan. 4, 1799. 

2741. Lydla, b. Jane 7, 1787. 2748.+Peleg, b. May 25, 1801. 
2742.+Thomas, b. Aag. 10, 1789. 2749.+Dorastas, b. Aug. 23, 1803. 
2743. Betsy, b. May 4. 1791. 

Abner settled in Lorraine, N. Y., where he and his wife died, learing no 
children. He married Joanna Dewey. He died May 2, 1810. 

Joab died in Batavia, onm., December 30, 1841. 

Drtelove married £zra Gary, and was residing with her son, Albert Gary, at 
Korwich, Chenaugo Connty, N. Y., in 1864. 

Lydia married Eleazer Whipple, Augast 81, 1810, and settled in Richfleld« 
Otsego County, N. Y., where he died, October 30, 1830. She was residing in 
Orangeville, N. Y., in 18G4. 

Betsey married Thomas Leonard, and settled at first in Richfield, afterwards 
In Bethany, and then in Niagara Coanty. She died October 13, 1860. 



• Thomas Paddock, residing at Salmon River, Oswego Coanty, N. Y., in 
1865, is her sou. 



BESGENDANTB OF NATHANIEL PECK. 213 

Aiflredia married Alfred Green. They were residing in Storgis, Bl., in 
18e4. 

Augustus died in the army of the United States, October 80, 1816, nnm. 

Mannah married Nathan Hawley, and was residing at Ferry Centre, Mich., 
in 1864. 

[2645.] JACOB« PECK, son of Thomas,* moved from Rhode 
Island to Fly Creek, Ots^o County, N. Y., where he died, March 
1, 1813. He married Mercy Butenber, bom July 24, 1758. She 
died February 14, 1841. 

CmLDREN — SKVENTH GBMERATION: 

2750. Celinda, b. May 25, 1785. Died 2758. Mercy, b. Sept. 27, 1792. Died 

Aug. 81, 1851. Nov. 14, 1845. 

2751. Cynthia, b. Dec 25, 1788. Died 2754. Holdah, b. Feb. 16, 1797. 

nnm., May 11, 1819. 2755. Harris, b. Dec. 25, 1799. Died 

2752. Daniel, b. Feb. 21, 1790. Died July 31, 1805. 

nnm., Sept. 18, 1791. 

Celinda married Bei^amin GaUop, and settled at Fly Creek. BCr. Norman 
B. Stephens, to whose kindness I am indebted for my information, is her son. 
Mercy married Alexander Lerow. 
Muldah married Daniel J. Davidson. They settled at Bichbnrgh, N. Y. 

[2646.] PETER« PECK, son of Thomas,* left 'Rhode Island, 
and settled at Fly Creek, Otsego County, N. Y., about 1795. He 
died July 11, 1846. He married Sarah RalpL She died Sep- 
tember 3, 1843, in the 81st year of her age. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2756. ZUpha. 2760.+Danlel, b. Nov. 5, 1799. 

2757. AyLb, b. Sept. 23, 1788. 2761. Sarah, b. Dec. 8, 1801. 

2758. Susan, b. July 5, 1793. 2762. Amey, b. Sept. 11, 1804. 
2759.+wmiam, b. July 20, 1796. 2763. Feter. 

Susan married Nathaniel Chapman, at Fly Creek, where she died. May 11, 
1862, leaving seven chUdren. 

Avi8 and Sarah married Davis Brown, to whose kindness I am indebted for 
my information. Avis died March 7, 1854, leaving four children. Sarah and 
Mr. Brown were Uving at Richfield Springs in 1862.* 

Amey was residing at Richfield Springs in 1862. She married Robert Sonls. 

Peter, I am told, married and settled in Michigan, and from there removed 
to Iowa. I have been unable to find him or his chUdren. 

[2649.] COMFORT* PECK, son of Comport/ first settled 
near what has since been known as Leonard's Comers, in Seekonk, 

* He died November 19, 1864, aged 68 years. 



214 PECK GEETEALOOY, — PABT FIFTH. 

Mass. From here lie remoyed into the State of New York. I hare 
been nnable to find any of his descendants. His relatives could 
tell me nothing in relation to them. He married Mary Saunders, 
of Swansej. 

CHILDRBN — 8BVKNTU GEMEBATION : 

2764. Ebenezer, b. July 16, 1787. 2767. Maiy D., b. Aug. 18, 1795. 

Died onm. 2768. Hannah, b. Nov. 17, 1797. 

2765. Davia, b. Jan. 17, 1790. 2769. Almira S., b. Dec 19, 1800. 

2766. Comfort, b. Uaj 13, 1798. 2770. James. 

[2663 ] NATHANIEL* PECK, son of Comport,* resided in 
Seekonk, Mass., near what is known as Leonard's Comers. He 
married Mary Wheeler, of Eehoboth, daughter of Aaron Wheeler. 
He died October 11, 1831 or 2. She died March 16, 1852. 

CHILDREN — BKVKNTU GENERATION: 

2771. Ann Eliza, b. Jan. 1801. Died 2775. AUce C, b. Jan. 11, 1811. 

yonng. 2776. Lois T., b. Aug. 22, 1818. 

2772. Maiy W., b. Feb. 9, 1808. 2777. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 5, 1825. 
2778. Lydia D., b. Not. 18, 1805. Died yoong. 

2774. Sophia L., b. July 21, 1808. 

Mary married Brayton Read, of Fall River, Mass. 
Lydia D, married Harvey French, of Seekonk, Mass. 
Sophia L. married Elliott Holbrook, of Wrentham, Mass. 
Mice C, married Gkorge Blackman, of Charlton, Mass. 
Lois T. married Bradford Walker, of Canandaigua, N. Y. 

[2656.] THOMAS® PECK, son of Comport,* settled upon the 
homestead. He married Zenith Bullock, daughter of Barrett Bul- 
lock, of Rehoboth. 

CHILDREX — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2778. Eeziah, b. Sept. 21, 1802. 2781. James, b. Oct. 30, 1808. 

2779. Sally, b. AprU 22, 1804. 2782. Hannah, b. Jnne 8, 1811. 

2780. Thomas, b. May 15, 1806 ; was 2783.-Kk>mfort, b. May 16, 1814. 

unm. in 1864. 

Keziah married Arnold Medbery, of Seekonk; died Febmaiy 1845. 
Sally married Joseph AUen, of Seekonk. 
James was residing wi h his brother Comfort, onm., in 1863. 
Manndh married Reaben Thnrber, of Seekonk. 

[2659.] BARNEY* PECK, son of Peleg,^ left Rliode Island 
at an early date, and settled in Greensborough, Vt. Prom there 
he removed to Walcott, where he died, April 10, 1832. He mar- 
ried Elizabeth Colgrove, daughter of William ColgroyCi December 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 215 

1759. She was born January 1, 1768, and died March 1863, in 
her 96th year. 

CHILDREN — 8BVKMTU GENERATION: 

2784.+AUeii, b. May 10, 1791. 2789.+Welcome, b. Feb. 28, 1802. 

2785. Charlotte, b. Jime 1, 1793. Died 2790.+Barney, b. Feb. 10, 1804. 

Jane 29, 1886. 279i:+Irai b. Oct. 28, 1805. 

2786. Hannah, b. Sept. 5, 1795. 2792. Esther, b. May 28, 1808. 
2787.+William, b. Aug. 6, 1797. 2793.+ Jeremiah, b. Oct. 13, 1812. 
2788. Martha, b. Dec. 5, 1799. 2794. Louisa, b. July 21, 1815. 

Charlotte married Samuel Bastin. 

Hannah married RufUs Bastin. 

Ifdriha married William Read. 

Esther married Orin Day, September 5, 1836, and was residing in Sharon, 
Vt., in 1863. 

Louisa married : first, Garrettson Hunt, February 24, 1833 ; second, a Mr. 
Blackman, and was residing in Livingston, Clark County, 111., in 1864. 

[2660.] ISAAC® PECK, son of Peleg,* settled in Providence, 
R. L, where he lived and died, February 26, 1833, aged 67 years, 
10 months and 23 days. He married Phebe Jencks, daughter of 
Ichabod Jencks, March 20, 1791. She died June 6, 1853, aged 83 
years and 13 days. 

CHnj>REN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2795. Nancy J., b. May 19, 1792. 2800. Joseph B., b. Dec. 5, 1801. 

2796.+John, b. AprU 18, 1793. 2801.+George H., b. Jan. 19, 1804. 

2797. Khoda, b. Nov. 16, 1794. 2802. Almira, b. Feb. 16, 1806. 

2798. Phebe, b. Nov. 23, 1797. 2803. William H., b. May 28, 1808. 

2799. Isaac, b. Feb. 13, 1800. Died One b. in 1797. Died in in- 

unm. fancy. 

Nancy married John Haradon, of Providence. 
Joseph B. married Bethiah Clark. He left no issue. 
Bhoda married Enoch Steer, of Providence, B. I. 
Phebe married William C. Baker, of Providence, R. I. 
Almira married WiUiam P. Allen, of Providence, B. I. 

[2661.] EBENEZER« PECK, son of Peleg,* resided in Scit- 
uate, R. L He married, for his first wife, Abigail Peck (No. 
2711), daughter of Solomon Peck, of Barrington, R. I.; for his 
second, Esther Barns ; for his third, Sybel Searles ; for his fourth, 
Phebe Walden. He died August 22, 1838. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2804. AbigaU. 2808.+Samuel. 

2805. Keziah. 2809. Solomon. Died young. 

2806. Hannah. 2810. Peleg. Died young. 
2807.+Baniey. 



216 FBCK GBHKALOGT, — PABT ITPIH. 

AbiifoQ nuunied John Stephens. 

Keziah mmrried Elisbm Lesch, and settled In Scitoate, B. I. 

Hanmak married Samnel Bnlas, of Proridence. 

[2667.] WELCOME* PECK, son of Pelbg,* resided in Scit- 
nate, B. L, upon tbe homestead* He married Betsey Collins. He 
died December 28, 1828. She Norember 12, 1827, aged 41 years. 

CHILDRXX — 8BVKNTU GKNZRATIOX : 

2811.+Lewis, b. Jan. 8, 1804. 2814. 8ylTia, b. Oct. 25, 1809. 

2812.+StepheD, b. Feb. 14, 1805. 2815.+Asaliel, b. Jan. 16, 1813. 

2813. Peleg, b. Dec 24, 180G. 2816.+Alflred O., b. Oct. 8, 1817. 

Siflvia married Richard Searles, of Proridence, where they were residing in 
1864. To her I am indebted for a record of the fkmily. 

PieUg was twice married : first, to Bethiah Peck, widow of Joseph, formerly 
Bethiah Clark ; second, to Phebe Brown. He left no issue. 

[2669.] GAIEUS< FECK, son of Ebkxbzeb,^ Ured and died 
in Lindon, Yt. He married Hannah Peck (No. 217), dau^ter of 
Samnel Peck, of Behoboth, Mass., May 19, 1782. They were mar- 
ried by her grandfather, Ber. Samuel Peck. She died February 4^ 
1832. He April 5, 1838. 

CHILDBEX — SEVENTH GEXERATTON : 

2817. Lewis, b. Aug. 17, 1783. 2S22. Henrietta, b. April 12, 1794. 

2818. Delia, b. Jan. 25, 1785. Died Died unm. 

March 13, 1785. 2S23.-hSamuel, b. Nov. 7, 1796. 

2819. SaUy, b. May 7, 1787. Died 2624. Clarissa, b. May 16, 1799. Died 

July 27, 1787. June 20, 1804. 

2820. Lydia, b. June 28, 1789. Died 2825.+ William, b. Xov. 2, 1802. 

Feb. 17, 1852. 2826.-|-G€orge C, b. July 24, 1805. 

2821.+Hersa, b. Dec. 25, 1792. 

Lewis leA no issue. 

[2675.] EBENEZER« PECK, son of Ebenezeb,^ settled at 
first with his father, in Seekonk, Mass. From there he remored to 
Lindon, Vt., and from there to Derby, where he died, October 28, 
1821. He married Elizabeth Winsor, daughter of William Win- 
sor, of Seekonk, August 16, 1795. 

CHILDRKX — SEVENTH GEXEBATIOX : 

2827. Lucie, b. Oct. 1, 1796. Died 2832. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 18, 1807. 

June 3, 1798. 2833. Naucy B., b. Jau. 28, 1810. 

2828. Mary W., b. May 21, 1798. 2834. Susan H., b. March 28, 1812. 

2829. Sarah, b. Oct. 1, 1800. 2835. Lucy 8., b. Jan. 1, 1816. 

2830. AbigaU W., b. March 11, 1803. 2836. Harriet N., b. Jane 24, 1817. 

2831. Eliza F., b. June 30, 1805. 



DB8CEia)ANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 217 

Mary W. married Mellen Benson, of MUlyille, Mass. 

Sarah married Lyman C. Curtis; settled at Deer Paric, Long Island. She 
died Angost 22, 1855. 

Eliza F, married Calvin Bntler; settled at SummeniUe, N. J. 

Nancy B. married Dan Hill, of Blackstone, Mass. 

Lucy 8. married Newton Darling, of Millville, for her first husband; and 
Jonathan Sonthwick, of Uxbridge, for her second. 

Harriet married William Jones ; settled in Salsbnry, Conn. 

Ebenezer married Amanda Chase. He died at sea, May 9, 1842. 

[2676.] THOMAS* PECK, son of Ebenezer,* married . 

CHIIJ>BEN — SEVENTH OENERATION: 

2837.+Thomas. 2889. Lucy. 

28d8.+£benezer. 

[2677.] AARON* PECK, son of David,* left Barrington, 
R I., when eighteen years of age, and settled in Pittston, Rens- 
selaer County, N. Y. From here he removed to Otsego ; from 
there to Burlington; and from there, in 1815, he removed to EUi- 
cotty Chatauque County; and from there to Poland, where he was 
residing in 1864. He married Dorcas Briggs, daughter of John 
Bri^s, from Warwick, R. L, in 1 803. She was born December 
25, 1778. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2840. Betsy, b. Sept. 6, 1805. 2843. Samuel, b. July 8, 1812. 

2841.+Ezra, b. July 8, 1808. ^ 2844. SaUy, b. Feb. 8, 1816. 

2842. Hannah, b. Sept. 14, 1810. 2845. Ezekiel, b. July 28, 1817. 

Betsey was residing in Poland, with her parents, nnm., in 1864. 
Hannah married Ezra Smith, of Poland, N. T. 

SaUy married Thomas Linkfleld, and settled at French Creek, Chatauqae 
County, N. Y. 

[2679.] EZRA« PECK, son of David,* settled first in Hub- 
bardston, where he married Phebe Willard. From there he re- 
moved to Barre, Mass., where his wife died, about 1815, and he 
aboatl844. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2846. Myra, b. May 1, 1797. 2850. Marinda, b. Dec. 10, 1810. 

2847.+Milton,b. July 1, 1799. 2851. Channcey, b. Aug. 1814. Died 

2848. Snmner, b. June 4, 1801. in 1816. 

2849. Sophina, b. May 28, 1804. 

Myra married David Barnes, in 1824. Her husband died in 1827. She has 
two children: Lucy,^ b. March 21, 1825; and David,^ b. October 28, 1827. 
They were residing in Hnbbardston, Mass., in 1864. 
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218 PECK GENEALOGY, — PART FIFTH. 

Sumner died nnm., November 1862, in Templeton, ICass. 

Sophina married Chtrles AoBtin, April 1857. They reside in Hnbbardston, 

JUarinda married Charles Austin, November 15, 1834. Her children were : 

Druphena,* b. October 8» 1885; Louimi^^ b. October 20, 1837; Mmina,* b. 

March 17, 1840; Elvira,* b. March 4, 1844; Harriet Scphina^^ b. Febroaiy 20, 

1847. She died in Hnbbardston, September 29, 1852. 

[2684.] HORATIO* PECK, son of Joel,* resides in Swan- 
sey, Mass. He married, for his first wife, Nancy Mathewson, 
daughter of Daniel Mathewson, of Harrington, B. L ; for his sec- 
ond, Martha Chase, daughter of Wanton Chase, of Pawtucket, R. L ; 
and for his third, Martha Martin, daughter of James Martin, for- 
merly of Newport, R. L 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH OE2YERATION : 

2852.+James B., b. March 29, 1822. 2857. Hiram F., b. Oct. 1, 1837. 

2853.+Heni7 C, b. Jan. 5, 1832. 2858. John M., b. May 30, 1840. 

2854. Martha Jane, b. April 15, 1883. 2859. Albert S., b. Jan. 26, 1842. 
Died in infiincy. 2860. Horatio W., b. Dec. 3, 184o. 

2855. George £., b. Aug. 8, 1835. 

2856. Nancy Jane, b. Aug. 8, 1835. 

Twins. 

Biram F. married Sophia Tabor; no issne. 

John 3f. married Lydia Jane Smith ; no issue. 

Albert 8. married Mary C. Dunbar. Died June 9, 1864 ; no issue. 

Horatio W. was residing with his fkther, in 1863, unm. 

[2685.] ELNATHAN« PECK, son of Joel,* resides in ^ee- 
konk. He married Mercy Martin, daughter of Holden Martin, of 
Swansey, December 28, 1826. She was bom June 24, 1804. 

CHILD — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2861. Sarah A., b. Oct. 8, 1829. 

Sarah A. married Bei^amin Walker, of Seekonk, Jane 8, 1855. 

[2686.] BELA« PECK, son of Joel,* resides in Barrington. 
He married Lemyra A. Peck (No. 1899), daughter of Amhiose 
Peck, of Seekonk, March 18, 1821. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

2862. Alpheos M., b. Dec. 20, 1821. 2866. Albert H., b. Jane 14, 1833. 

Died Sept. 14, 1822. 2867. Horace M., b. Mar. 28, 1836. 

2863.+Edwin F., b. Dec. 8, 1823. Died March 15, 1839. 

2864. Albert H., b. Jan. 10, 1827. 2868. Horace T., b. April 2, 1839. 

Died Feb. 13, 1833. 2869. Amie A. M., b. March 19, 1842. 

2865. Susan A., b. Aug. 29, 1829. 



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DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PEOK. 219 

Su$an A, married George Bowen, of Barrlngton. 

Abert H. married Mary E. Medbery, daughter of Bei\jamin Medbery, of 
BarriDgton, where they were residing in 1868. 

Horace T, married Mary Humphrey, daughter of Samuel Humphrey, of 
Connecticut. 

[2688.] SEBEA* PECK, son of Joel,* resides upon the 
homestead. He married Rebecca Cooper, of Boston, September 
14, 1834. She died December 5, 1854, in the 37th year of her 
age. 

GHILDRBK— SSVENTH OENKRATION : 

2870. Ann EUza, b. Aug. 80, 1885; 2878. Horatio N., b. March 27, 1844. 

unm. in 1868. 2874. Laura Elizabeth. Died Feb. 

2871. Emily F., b. July 1, 1837. 21, 1851, aged 21 months. 

2872. Seraphina M., b. Sept. 15, 1840 ; 

unm. in 1868. 

Emily married Henry Fish, of Pawtucket, R. I. 

[2690.] REV. JOHN® PECK, son of Lewis,* settled at Clar- 
endon, Yt, where, I am told, he was pastor of the Baptist church. 
He removed, about 1837, to the town of Fowler, N. Y., and be- 
came the pastor of the church at Fullersville. He was residing at 
Bla^.k River in 1863. He was twice married: first, to Sabra 
Rounds; second, to Dolly Drummond (widow), formerly Dolly 
Graves. 

CHILDREN — 8EVJSNTU GENERATION: 

2875. Betsey C, b. Sept. 26, 1810. 2879. Lorain, b. Jane 26, 1819. 

2876.+Nathan R., b. March 28, 1813. 2880.+Daniel, b. July 1, 1822. 

2877. Melissa, b. Ang. 18, 1814. 2881. Sarah, b. Nov. 12,1824. 

2878. Lydia, b. March 12, 1817. 2882. Celinda, b. Feb. 21, 1827. 

[2702.] DAVn)« PECK, son of Noah,* settled at Clarendon, 
Vt., where he died, February 4, 1857. He married Harriet Free- 
love, daughter of David Freelove, of West Rutland. She was liv- 
ing in Ira, Vt, in 1 864. She was bom May 24, 1 800. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2888. Hannah M., b. Aug. 12, 1820. 2887.-|-George W., b. Dec. 10, 1830. 

2884. Harriet Y., b. Dec. 20, 1821. 2888. Clarissa £., b. Oct. 5, 1836. 

2885. Loranda I., b. Dec. 10, 1823. 2889. Elsa A., b. Aug. 5, 1840. 

2886. Sarah A., b. Jan. 28, 1826. 

Hannah 3f. married J. C. Smith, September 5, 1842; resided in Ira, Yt., in 
1864. 



220 PBCK GBRALOGTi — PAST FIFTH. 

JXnrieC F. married F. Freemn, Mardi 90, 1844; resided in West Batland, 
Tt., in 18«4. 

Loramia L married H. Gorliam, December 8, 1850; resided in West Kot- 
land, Vt., in 1864. 

Sarah A. msrried J. S. Tnttte, October 1, 1845; resided in West Bntland, 
Tt., in 1864. 

Claritta K, married £. C. Fish, Norember 1, 1857; resided in Ira, Vt, in 

lo64. 

EUd A. married W. Wilkinson, Febmary 1, 1860; resided in Ira, Vt, in 
1864. 

[2706.] NOAH« PECK, son of Noah,* resides at Machias, 
Gattaraagas County, N. Y. He is a &nner. He married MeUssa 
Smith, daughter of John Smith, of Wallingford, Yt, September 18, 
1834. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2890. Mareellus, b. Jan. 31, 1837. 2893. Helen, b. July 1, 1844. 

2891. Sophia, b. Oct. 25, 1839. 2894. Emory, b. Dec. 25, 1847. 

2892. Henry, b. Aug. 2, 1840. 2895. Warren, b. May 18, 1852. 

Mareeilus married Caroline Ellingwood, June 80, 1862. 
Sophia married Anson Spencer, May 15, 1859. She died March 1, 1859, and 
he January 6, 1863. 

[2708.] LEWIS® PECK, son of Noah,* is settled upon the 
homestead, in the town of Ira, Rutland County, Vt. He married 
Harriet H. Brown, of Clarendon, June 11, 1837, daughter of John 
BrowiL 

CHILDREN — HKVKNTIi GENERATION: 

2896. Harrison J., b. Nov. 23, 1838. 2899. Germont G., b. May 3, 1847. 

2897. Charles W., b. Feb. 23, 1841. Died Jan. 8, 1860. 

2898. Simon L., b. Nov. 29, 1844. 2900. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 28, 1860. 

The three sons were unmarried in 1863, and engaged in school teaching. 

[2709.] DANIEL H.^ PECK, son of Noah,* settled at South 
Gibson, Susquehanna County, Pa., where he was residing in 1864, 
a farmer. He married Melissa B. Tower, daughter of Welcome 
Tower, September 9, 1838. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2901. Betsey, b. July 28, 1839. 2906. Frank Welcome, b. July 26, 

2902. Sarah Addie, b. June 19, 1842. 1851. 

2903. Byron Eugene, b. March 3, 2906. Lewis Wimam, b. Oct. 8, 1854. 

1845. Died AprU 24, 1845. 2907. Isabella Larlnla, b. April 22, 

2904. Marianna Tower, b. Dec 10, 1859. 

1846. 2908. Bhinche, b. Sept. 21, 1862. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 221 

Sarah AMU married Dr. E. W. Mason, December 11, 1860 ; resided at Hones- 
dale, Wayne County, Pa. 

[2713.] SOLOMON« PECK, of Seekonk, son of Solomon,* 
married Hnldah Kent, December 10, 1795. She died October 29, 
1817. He died December 7, 1 85 7. 

CHILDBEN — SBVENTU GENERATION (Bar. ReC, B. 2, p. 24) : 

2903. Hnldah, b. Oct. 8, 1796. 2918. Betsey, b. Jane 2%, 1805. Died 

2910. Hannah, b. April 2^, 1798. Dec. 22, 1805. 

Died May 1, 1828. 2914. Esther, b. Feb. 16, 1807. Died 

2911.-|-8olomon, Jr., b. Jan. 22, 1800. June 28, 1826. 

2912. Lydia, b. Pec. 28, 1801. 2915. Eliza W., b. Sept. 24, 1809. 

2916. Lemira W., b. Aug. 28, 1811. 

Hulddh married Joseph Armington, of Seekonk. She died January 1850. 
Hannah married Deacon Yial Medbery. She died May 1, 1828. 
L^dia also married Deacon Yial Medbery. 
Eliza W. married Sanford Chase, of Connecticut. 

Lemira W. married Herman A. Peck, of Providence (No. 2921). Died May 
12, 1841. 

[2714.] DARIUS^ PECK, of Seekonk, son of Solomon,* mar- 
ried Lucy Peck, daughter of Deacon Charles Peck, January 24, 
1799. Died September 1 854. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

2917. Lncy Ann, b. Jan. 7, 1800. 2921.4-Hermon A., b. July 12, 1807. > 

2918. Keziah, b. Sept. 13, 1801. 2922.-|-Sylvester W.,b.July 12, 1807. > 
2919.-f-Calvin S., b. May 22, 1808. Twins. 

2920. Rachel S., b. March 12, 1805. 2923. Julia Ann, b. Feb. 27, 1811. 

Died num., March 1840. 
Lucy Ann married Job Luther, December 15, 1823. 
Keziah married Solomon Peck, jr., of Seekonk (No. 2911), June 6, 1828. 
liachel B. married Perry J. Chase, of Providence, December 1, 1831. 

[2715.] ELLIS« PECK, of Barrington, son of Solomon,* 
mirried Sarah Hill, daughter of David Hill, December 10, 1801, 
for his first wife ; and Lucy Bliss, daughter of Jacob Bliss, for his 
second wife, March 1818. His first wife died June 3, 1817. His 
second wife died December 9, 1853. He died July 27, 1854. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION (Bar. BcC, B. 2, p. 31) : 

2924. Sarah, b. Sept. 10, 1802. Died 2927. Hannah D., b. June 17, 1810. 

Jan. 18, 1814. Died Dec. 16, 1813. 

2925. Abigail, b. March 29, 1804. 2928.+Asa, b. April 7, 1812. 

Died Oct. 23, 1846. 2929. Hannah, b. May 26, 1815. 

2926.-I-E111S, b. May 11, 1806. 2980. WUliam H., b. May 8, 1817. 

Died June 29, 1817. 
19* 



222 PBCK QESEADoar, — pjorr fifih. 

AbtgaU married George Bowen, of BanlngtoD, fiir lier fliBt Imsboid; and 
Benjamin Peck (No. 2721), for her second. 
Bannah married Albert Medbeiyy of East FroYldenoe. 

[2717.] NATHANIEL* PEGE, son of EsEinBZEB,' settled, 
lived and died in Barrington, B. L, where his son Nathaniel was 
residing in 1864. 

lie married Cynthia Heath, May 29, 1808. She was Ixhh Ao- 
gost 9, 1785, and died February 19, 1851. He died November 24, 
1856. 

CHnj>REN — SKVESTTH GEKERATIOX: 

2981. Nathaniel, b. April 24, 1809. 2984.+£benezer, b. May 24, 1817. 

2982. WUliam B., b. Jane 4, 1812. 2935. Joseph, b. Sept. IS, 1819. Died 

Died Dec. 27, 1819. June 5, 1822. 

2933. Samuel H., b. Oct. 6, 1814. 2986. Qynthia H., b. Dec SI, 182L 
Died Sept. 29, 1820. 2937. Wllmarth fiL, b. Dec 15, 1825. 

Nathaniel was residing upon the homestead, onm., in 1864. 
Samuel was kiUed by the fUling of a tree. 

Ebenezer was kiUed by falling from a building. He was a carpenter. 
Cynthia married Charles Campbell, of Providence, B. L 
WUmarth H. married Abby A. Peck, widow of Ebenezer. He was residing 
in Providence, B. I., in 1863; no issue. 

[2718.] EBENEZER« PECK, son of Ebenezeb,^ settled, lived 
and died in Barrington, September 22, 1828. He married Elsther 
Vial, daughter of John Vial, of Seekonk. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

2938.+Daniel H., b. July 20, 1811. 2942. Edwin H., b. Oct. 11, 1822. 

2939.+John H., b. Aug. 16, 1813. Died young. 

2940. Esther V., b. July 15, 1816. 2943. Ebenezer T., b. Nov. 22, 1824. 

2941. Huldah B., b. Jan. 19, 1820; 2944. Elizabeth £., b. June 11, 1827; 

unm. in 1863. unm. in 1863. 

Esther V. married George W. Johnston ; were residing in Exeter, B. I., in 
18G3. 
Ebenezer T. resided upon the homestead, in 1863, unm. 

[2721.] BENJAiflN« PECK, son of Ebeneze.1,5 ^^s resid- 
ing in Smithfield, R. L, in 1864. He married, for his first wife, 
Huldah Chaffee, daughter of Joseph ChaflFee, of Seekonk, Novem- 
ber 9, 1817; and for his second wife, Abigail Bo wen, formerly 
AbigaU Peck (No. 2925), daughter of Ellis Peck, of Barrington, 
R. L, December 24, 1837. His first wife died June 16, 1836. His 
second wife died October 23, 1846. 



DJBBCSmASm OP NATHAKIBL PECK. 223 

CinT . T>BIEy — HBVaNTH oxkbsation: 

2945. Amanda M., b. Sept. 28, 1818. 2950. Emily Chaffee, b.NoY. 21, 1885 ; 

Died Oct. 16, 1882. nmn. in 1868. 

2946. Bei^amin B., b. Jnly 28, 1820. 2951. Christopher, b. Nov. 9, 1889 ; 

Died Dec. 15, 1820. unknown. 

2947.+Bei\)amin W., b. Sept. 28, 1825. 2952. Bebecca, b. Feb. 4, 1846 ; onn^ . 
2948. Mary EUen, b. Jan. 22, 1829. in 1868. 

2949.+George S., b. Jan. 7, 1881. 

Marff E. married Henry M. Horton. 

[2722.] LEARNED* PECK, son of Ebesnezeb,* resided in 
Providence, R L He married Harriet C. Short, daughter of John 
Short, of Harrington, R L, November 27, 1817. He died October 
6, 1865. 

CHTf .DRTCy — HKVgNTli GSNSRATIOK : 

2958. Harriet N., b. May 8, 1820. 2960. Amanda C, b. Jan. 18, 1884. 

2954. Wimam H., b. Oct. 10, 1822. 2961. Anna C, b. Dec. 5, 1885. 

2955. Betsey S., b. Sept. 10, 1824. 2962. Tristnm B., b. Jan. 7, 1888. 

2956. Sarah D., b. May 7, 1826. 2963. James D., b. Sept. 8, 1839. 

2957. JoUa M., b. Jan. 23, 1828. 2964. Sarah U., b. Jnly 20, 1841. 

2958. Charles C, b. Feb. 7, 1831. 2965. MUton L., b. March 24, 1843. 

2959. Bebecca D. K., b. Nov. 80, 2966. George L., b. Feb. 18, 1845. 

1832. 

[2726.] PHHilP^ PECK, son of Thomas,« first settled in 
Smithfield, R. L In 1822, he removed to New Berlin,* Chenango 
County, N. Y., where he died, February 17, 1856. , , 

He married Avis Brown, daughter of Henry Brown. She was 
bom May 23, 1776, and died August 5, 1862. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OENEBATIOX : 

2967. PhUlp, jr., b. Nov. 18, 1797. 2972. Naomi, b. April 8, 1808. 

2968. Mary, b. Oct. 6, 1799. 2978. Julia Ann, b. Oct. 27, 1812. 

2969. Jeremiah, b. Nov. 16, 1801. 2974. Thomas, b. Sept. 14, 1814. 

2970. Wmiam B., b. Oct. 2, 1803. 2976. Henry, b. July 7, 1817. 

2971. Albert B., b. May 10, 1805. 

FhUip settled In New Berlin, N. Y., where he was residing In 1864. He 
married Boby Patt, of Smithfield, B. I., August 9, 1827. She was bom June 
4, 1804. His children are : (2976) Elizabeth B.,* b. October 10, 1828, died 
April 10, 1831; (2977) Oren 8.,^ b. May 6, 1880; (2978) Sarah /S^.,*» b. Decem- 
ber 17, 1832, died June 19, 1849 ; (2979) Bichard B,f b. May 8, 1886 ; (2980) 
Amey L.f b. August 3, 1837, died May 22, 1854; (2981) William H.f b. Sep- 
tember 16, 1840, was killed at the battle of Besaca, Ga., May 14, 1864 ; (2982) 
FrandB Jf.,' b. May 23, 1844, died August 17, 1865, of the typhoid fever, con- 
tracted In the army. 



224 PECK OOTEALOOT, — PABT FIFTH. 

JTary has been twice married: first, to Benjamin Handy; second, to Beny 
Eaton. Her children are : Mlen^* Elita^* Mar^ and Wittiam B.* 

Jeremiah was residing at Newton Comer, Mass., in 1867. He has been 
twice married : first, to Reliance Hamlin, daughter of Capt. Zachens Hamlin, 
of Hyannis, Mass.; second, to Lydia Richards. His children are: (298S) 
JEratttu,^ b. Jnne 8, 1824, and died Febmary 27, 1826; (2984) WUliam B.f b. 
January 18, 1826; (2985) Addline^^ b. January 25, 1828; (2986) Lewin ^,* b. 
January 81, 1881 ; * (2987) Mary,* b. September 8, 1838, and died Febmaiy 26, 
1889 ; (2988) Barah J.* b. May 7, 1885. By second wife : (2989) Albert A. B.f 
b. December 5, 1842 ; Alida S.,^ b. April 8, 1844. 

Wittiam B. first settled at New Berlin, N. Y. From there he removed to 
Dundee, Kane County, HI., where he resided in 1864. He married Mary Ann 
Hayze, September 2, 1827. Their first child was : (2990) lF2ZItom^.,/r.,*b.Jnly 
29, 1880, and died July 21, 1855. He married S^try SpolTord, July 14, 1849. 
She survived him, and was residing in Plttsfield, Otsego County, N. T., in 
1864. His chUdren are: (2991) Sarah M.,^^ b. December 2, 1850; (2992) 
Buth M.y^^ b. December 4, 1881, and died February 12, 1852 ; (2993) Oelia Z.,** 
b. March 3, 1854; (2994) Charles E,,^^ b. March 3, 1855. 

The second child of William R. was (2995) AUmzof b. May 22, 1887. He 
married Elizabeth £. Austin, July 11, 1857, and was residing in Dundee in 
1864. His chUd was : (2996) AhbU Oertrude,^^ b. December 22, 1859. 

The third child of WiUiam R. was : (2997) George H.y* b. September 21, 
1839. He married Amanda Padelford, January 11, 1860; no issue. They 
reside in Dundee. 

The fourth child of William R. was : (2998) Adaliza L.f b. December 3, 
1841, and died April 7, 1857. 

His fifth child was : (2999) Bvlh M.f b. January 14, 1844, and died October 
12, 1849. 

His sixth child was : (3000) Zara C,* b. October 21, 1846. 

His seventh was : (3001) Charles E,^* b. May 28, 1850, and died February 11, 
1853. 

His eighth was : (3002) John TT.,* b. September 11, 1852. 

Albert B. settled in Providence, R. I., where he was residing in 1864. He 
married Mary A. Lindsey, daughter of Benjamin Lindsey, of AMleborough, 
Mass., June 10, 1833. Their child, (3003) Albert Lindsey,* was bom April 21, 
1838, and died August 15, 1838. 

Naomi married Sidney Skinner, in 1826. Their children are : Emily,* Alon- 
zoj* Alberty* Julia -4nn,® Jira,® Abba* and Oliva* They reside in New Berlin, 
N. Y. 

Julia Ann married Alba Ainsworth, in 1831. Their children were : Jfary* 
and Julia Ann* They settled in New Berlin, N. Y. 

Thomas settled in Morocco, Newton County, Ind., where he was residing 
in 1864. He married Alscna Medbnry, of New Berlin, N. Y. Their children 
are : (3004) Arlinay* b. August 1839; (3005) Maria* b. December 1840; (3006) 
mien,* b. in 1843 ; (3007) Mary* b. in 1848) (3008) Emma* b. in 1850 ; (3009) 
Amelia* b. in 1856, and died in 1856. 

* He married H. D. Palmer, formerly H. D. Dexter, daughter of Freeman 
Dexter, of Winthrop, Me. 



DBSOEin)ANTS OF KATHANIEL PECK. - 225 

Eenry settled at New Berlin, Chenango County, N. Y., where he was resid- 
ing in 1864. He married Matilda Adaline Dilley. She was bom March 5, 
1828. Their chUdren are: (8010) Olive Elizabeth,^ b. July 80, 1840; (8011) 
Jylia Ann* b. May 28, 1844; (8012) Albert D,* b. Jane 7, 1845; (8018) Xuna 
A,,* b. November 18, 1848; (8014) BtUh 3f.,' b. Jannaiy 1, 1851; (8015) John 
F.f* b. Angost 9, 1852 ; acd (8016) MatOda A.,* b. September 26, 1856. 

[2727.] RUSSELL^ PECK, son of Thomas,« married Alice 
Madison, October 25, 1807. He settled in the town of Butternuts, 
N. Y. ; from there removed to Richland County, Ohio ; from there 
to Crawford County ; from there to Cass County, Mich. ; and from 
there to Elalamazoo. He afterwards settled about four miles north 
of Oskaloosa, Iowa, where he died, January 31, 1846. She died 
January 6, 1847. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATIOX: 

8017. DeUverance, b. the 9th of the 8028. Sarah, b. the 27th of the 10th 

10th month, 1808. month, 1819. 

8018. Thomas J., b. the 24th of the 8024. Job, b. the 16th of the 9th 

2d month, 1810. month, 1821. 

8019. Daniel, b. the 21st of the 1st 8025. Hannah, b. the 18th of the 8th 

month, 1812. month, 1828. 

8020. Susannah, b. the 9th of the 8026. Isabel, b. the 18th of the 10th 

11th month, 1818. month, 1825. 

8021. Patience, b. the 26th of the 1st 8027. Deborah, b. the 27th of tho 

month, 1816. 12th month, 1827. 

8022. Ebenezer M., b. the 29th of the 8028. Lucinda, b. the 20th of the 4th 

12th month, 1817. month, 1880. 

Deliverance married Henry Garver, for her &r8t husband ; and for her 

second. She settled in Jasper County, Mo., where she died. Her chUdren 
were : Sarahy^ William,* John,* Susannah,* Henry,* Edwin,* Edward,* George,^ 
Andrev^ and Charles,* 

Thomas died nnm. 

Daniel died in Otsego County, N. Y. 

Susannah married Abel J. McCleary ; settled at Mitchelville, Polk County, 
Iowa. Her chUdren are : William B,,* Sarah A,,* Thomas J,,* AbelJ.,* An- 
drew J.,* Francis M.,* John W.,* Susannah* and Mary B.* 

Patience married Boys H. Bristol ; settled in Galesbary, Mich. Children 
are : Beuben B,,* Nancy A.,* Bussell,* Luther^ and Ella.* 

Ebenezer M, married : first, Jane Wortman ; second, PoUy D . Children 

are : ♦ Eannah A,,* Sarah B.,* John W.,* William B.,* Amanda,* Laura L.,* 
Aeria A.,* Ebenezer M.* and Emmfi,* He was residing at Oskaloosa, Iowa, in 
1865. 

Sarah married William D. Neely. Her chUdren were: WUliam B. P.," 

* The grandchildren of BosseU were received too late to be numbered and 
entered in the index. 



226 PECK GENEALOGY; — PABT FIFTH. 

lineUa C./ Jane K. P.,» Elvira,* Laura A/ Na^leon J.,* lirank,* Elcra A^ 
and Douglass.* 

Job married Catharine J. Johnston, and died in Sacramento City, Callfbmia. 
His children are : Bussell,* Lucindc^ and Job.* 

JSanna^ married : first, Gkorge N. Duncan; and second. Perry Windsor; 
was residing at Oskaloosa in 1865. Her children were : Thomas J.,* Doroika 
A,,* Margaret A.,* George N.* and Perry.* 

Isabel was residing at Oskaloosa, in 1865, onm. 

Deborah married John G. Laoghland. Their child was : Mary Alice.* Un- 
known where they are. 

Lucinda married Jackson Windsor, and settled in California. 

[2732.] THOMAS^ PECK, son of Thoicas,« resides in Bris- 
tol, Ontario County, N. Y. He married Lucinda Pettis, daughter 
of David Pettis, of Herkimer, Herkimer County, N. Y., who died 
there, November 3, 1838. 

CHILDRBK — EIGHTH OEMERATIOK : 

8029. Sarah Ann, b. Dec. 17, 1817. 8083. Lnclnda, b. April 17, 1828. 

8080. William F., b. June 28, 1821. 8084. Adelaide, b. May 9, 1881. 

8081. Elizabeth, b. May 17, 1823. 8035. David, b. March 22, 1884. 
8032. Thomas A., b. Aug. 27, 1825. 8086. James M., b. Dec. 22, 1887. 

Sarah Ann married Enos B. Root, of Perlnton, Monroe County, N. T., Sep- 
tember 28, 1845. 

William F. married M. L. Crego, April 28, 1860 ; resided In Auburn, Cayuga 
County, N. T., in 1864; no issue. 

Thomas A. married Margaret WiUet, January 8, 1861 ; settled In Perlnton, 
Monroe County, N. Y. 

Damd married Charlotte Thompson, August 1, 1863; settled In Perlnton. 
Their child is : (3037) Alb&rta.* ^ 

[2733.] AI^ PECK, son of Thomas,® settled at Watertown, 
Jefferson County, N. Y., where he died, December 30, 1829. He 
married Sally Griswold, of Adams, Jefferson County, N. Y. She 
was residing with her sons in 1865. 

CHILDREN — RIGUTH OBNERATIOX : 

3038. Wyon, b. Oct. 12, 1819. 3039. Al, b. Sept. 4, 1823. 

Wyon married, for his first wife, Charlotte Lee ; for his second, Mary GrllT; 
and for his third, Sarah Ney. He was residing In Elgin, 111., In 1865. His 
chUdren were : (3040) Mary J.* (3041) Bos^ and (3042) Sarah A* 

Ai married Jane Ash. He was residing In Elgin, lU., In 1865. His chUdren 
were : (3043) Josephine J.,* (3044) Sdgar AH* and (3045) Elizabeth.* 

[2735.] JAMES^ PECK, son of Thomas,® settled at East 
Cleveland, Ohio, where he died August 4, 1865. He married Har- 
riet HamiltoiL 



DESCEIfDAKTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 227 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8046. Barbary P., b. Mar. 5, 1828. Died Augnst 1, 1835. 

Died Mar. 5, 1828. 8050. Samael H., b. April 15, 1886. 

8047. Harriet M., b. Jan. 9, 1826. 8051. Mary £., b. April 15, 1888. 

8048. Laura H., b. Feb. 8, 1880. Died Oct. 7, 1846. 

8049. Mary H., b. May 11, 1884. 

Harriet M. married Eddy McYay, of East Cleveland. 
Laura JET. married William McVay. 

[2736.] NATHANIEL^ PECK, son of Thomas,® married, for 
his first wife, Sally Davis, daughter of John Davis ; and for his 
second wife, Mahala Spicer, of Plainfield, N. Y. From there I am 
told he moved to Winfield, and from there to New Haven, Oswego 
County, and then to Sackett's Harbor ; and that he afterwards died 
on his way to California as a missionary Methodist preacher. His 
widow and son Erastus were residing in Detroit in 1865. I wrote 
them several times, but could learn little from them in relation to 
the family. 

CHILDREN — SIOHTH GENERATION:* 

8052. Sarah Melissa. d059. WoodhaU. 

8053. Natlianiel. 8060. Ai. 

8054. Alanson. 3061. . ^ 

8055. Erastus. 3062. . / Supposed died in in- 

8066. Francis. 3063. . I ftmcy, unnamed. 

3067. Hepsibeth. 3064. . ^ 

3068. Amandana. 

Amandana married William ^Eillbnm, and was residing in Redfleld, N. Y., 
in 1865. 

[2739.] PARDON^ PECK, son of Peleg,« settled in Lorrain, 
Jefferson County, N. Y., where he and his wife both died. Her 
name was Sophia Bumham before marriage. She was born No- 
vember 23, 1788. They were married January 14, 1808. He 
died July 4, 1829. She died March 31, 1825. 

CHILDREN — EIOHTU GENERATION: 

3066. , b. Mar. T, 1809. Died ininfiancy. 

Mar. 22, 1809. 3070. EUza, b. May 23, 1817. 

3066. Wmiam, b. April 3, 1810. Died 3071. , b. AprU 26, 1819. Died 

April 9, 1810. May 1, 1819. 

3067. Sophronia, b. AprU 1, 1811. 3072. Joseph B., b. Jnne 29, 1820. 

Died May 22, 1861. Died Aug. 18, 1820. 

3068. Harriet, b. Dec. 30, 18i2. Died 3073. Sophia, b. Feb. 7, 1825. Died 

in 1858. Mar. 8, 1828. 

8069. , b. Sept. 22, 1814. Died 

* For my information in relation to this fiunUy, I am mostly indebted to the 
kindness of J. H. Corey, of Bedfleld, N. T. 



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[2742J BEY. THOMAS^ PECK, «m rf Pklbc ,• was twice 
Buuried; first, to Xaraii Green, Ai^vsi 30, 1810, dan^iter of Wil> 
Iiftm Green, of Bbode Xsland; second, to Nsncjr A. Nichols^ Decem- 
ber 20, 1845, dan^ter cf Jeronish Nichols, cf ConnecticaL His 
first wife wis bom Decembo* 24^ 1792, snd died Angost 27, 1845. 
His second wife was bom October 20, 1824^ and was residing at 
I^erson, MidL, in 1864^ To her kindness I am indebted for my 
information. He was a Metbodist clergyman. He died March 6, 
1862. 

He commenced preaching in Naples, Ohio, in 1822. He was or- 
dained Elder by Bishop Hedding, in 1839. He removed firom 
Naples to Ohio, in hopes of benefiting his failii^ health, in 1854. 
From here, by the adrioe of his physicians, he removed to Wisc<m- 
sin, where he remained four years withoat receiving any benefit, 
when it was thought advisable for him to return to the east of Lake 
Uichigan. He removed to Pierson in 1859. He was a faithful 
minister, and I am told was moch beloved by his people. 



CHTT.PRKy — EIGHTH GKXKR4TIOX : 



8074. Wmiam T., b. Jane 29, 1811. 

Died Oct. 26, Idll. 

8075. Nelson G., b. Sept. 10, 1812. 

Died July 20, 1836. 

8076. MerriU P., b. Oct. 13, 1814. 

8077. Naomi A., b. Jane 28, 1817. 

8078. Freelore, b. Aug. 27, 1819. 

8079. Mary, b. Mar. 20, 1822. Died 

Mar. 13, 1863. 

8080. Alfred, b. Feb. 10, 

1825. Died Mar. 10, 
1825. 

8081. Alphronns, b. Feb. 

10,1825. Died Feb. 
14, 1825. 

MerriU married Martha Polmantier, November 7, 1889. He was residing in 
North Chohocton, Steaben Coanty, N. Y., in 1864. His children were : (3090) 
Emma* (8091) SOwbte* (3092) JVetetoa/ (8093) Am€nm>,^ (8094) Cerena* (SOaS) 
Albert 9n (me) Ayredia. 



3082. Thomas S., b. Joly 23, 1827. 

3083. Nancy C, b. Ang. 23, 1830. 

8084. Polly M., b. Jan. 7, 1834. Died 

Not. 1862. 

Bif second wife : 

8085. Naomi, b. Jane 19, 1848. 

3086. Dorastos, b. Mar. 15, 1850. 

3087. Lydia C, b. Not. 7, 1851. 

3088. Mordaont, b. Jane 26, 1853. 

3089. William H., b. Joly 3, 1859. 



"Twins. 



DB8GENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 229 

Naomi A. married George M. Pierson, Jaly 81, 1842. She died March 26, 
1848, leaving four children : Theodore,^ Florella J.,* George J.* and Charles N,^ 

Kanqf E. married George M. Pierson, the former husband of Naomi A., July 
4, 1849. They were residing in Pierson, Mich., in 1864. Their children were : 
Charles M.y* Thomas P.,* Mary EsUlla,^ Albert LevoU^ and Minnie Leuella,* 

Freelove married Orison Pierson, of Pierson, Mich., where they were resid- 
ing in 1864. Their children were : Naomi f Ahellino,* Milford,^ Freelove^ and 
Emma.^ « 

Mary married William Polmantier, December 12, 1842. Their children 
were : Sydney,^ Wallace,^ Naom^ and Frances.* 

Thomas S. married Margaret Wheeler, September 7, 1849, and was residing 
In Fairbury, Livingston Co., HI., in 1864. His children were : (3097) Floyd,* 
(3098) Green* (3099) Ford S,* and (8100) Frederick W.* 

[2744.] ALFRED^ PECK, son of Peleg,^ was a Universalist 
clergyman. He was ordained at Phelps, Ontario County, N. Y., 
October 3, 1822. He preached in western New York for many 
years. He also preached in Medina County, Ohio, where he was 
settled in 1838. He was preaching in Salisbury, Herkimer Coun- 
ty, in 1850. He also preached in Marblehead and South Adams, 
Mass. In 1854 he removed to Iowa City, Iowa. He is said to 
have been a talented preacher, and much respected. He died 
March 4, 1860, at Stoughton, Wis. He was at the time, I am told, 
chaplain of the Wisconsin Legislature. 

He was twice married; first, to Olive Knowles, October 10, 
1822, daughter of Daniel Knowles, of Rye, Me. ; second, to Matilda 
Nickerson, May 28, 1834, daughter of Hezekiah Nickerson, of Sus- 
quehanna County, Pa., formerly from Rhode Island. His first wife 
was born April 30, 1802, and died June 24, 1833. His second 
wife was born September 20, 1810. She survived him, and was 
again married, and residing in Leavenworth, Kansas, in 1864. 

CniLDREX — EIOHTH GENERATION: 

3101. Maria Celina, b. Sunday, Ang. 3104. Helen Ann, b. Sanday, Jane 4, 

22, 1824. Died Sept. 13, 1837. 

1833. 3105. Henry Clay, b. Tuesday, July 

3102. Alfred Wallace, b. Saturday, 23, 1839. 

Nov. 22, 1828. 3106. John Murray, b. Tuesday, 

By second wife : June 29, 1841. 

3103. Rollin George, b. Sunday, 3107. Marion MatUda, b. Jan. 31, 

May 24, 1835. Died June 4, 1843. 

1838. 3108. Pardon E. G., b. Sept. 17, 1863. 

Alfred fT. is a Baptist clergyman. He graduated at Madison University, N. 

Y., August 15, 1858, and was ordained at Keysport, N. J., September 1, 1858. 

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230 PECK OENEALOGYi — PABT FIFTH. 

He was settled at Snperior, Wis., as a home missionary, three years ; and at 
Bensselaerville, N. T. ; one year as pastor of the Baptist church there. He 
was residing in 1864 at Yallejo, Solano County, Cal., in the service of the 
American Baptist Home Missionary Society. 

Helen A. married George H. Bushmore, March 12, 1856. They were resid- 
ing at Leavenworth City, Kansas, in 1864. Their children were : Alfred Jl,* 
Marry, ^ John,^ Georg^ and Edgar M.* 

Henry (7. enlisted in the United States Infkntry. Was 1st Lieutenant, and 
a disbursing officer, at Elmira, N. Y., for some time. 

John M., a Medical Student at St. Louis, also entered the service. He was 
at the United States Marine Hospital at St. Louis in 1864. 

Marion married S. H. Downie, of Leavenworth, November 1, 1865. 

Pardon was residing at Leavenworth in 1864. 

[2748.] PELEG^ PECK, son of Peleg,^ married Mary Brad- 
ley, in 1824, daughter of Ajuna Bradley. She was born in 1808. 
They were residing at Perry Centre, Chiawassa County, Mich., in 
1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATIOX : 

3109. Charles S., b. Sept. 27, 1825. 8111. Traman D., b. Oct. 12, 1828. 
8110. Sarah A., b. April 8, 1827. 

Charles S. married S. Martin. They resided in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1864. 
Their children were: (8112) LUlie,* (3113) Clarence,^ (3114) Herbert and 
(3115) Ernest.^ 

Sarah A. married V. Denick. 

Truman D. married A. S. Clark, daughter of Ezra Clark. Their children 
are: (31ir>) TFt7«e,» (3117) Eddie,^ (3118) Charle^ find {Sn9) Louisa, * They 
resided in East Cleveland, Ohio, in 18G4. 

[2749.] DOCT. DORASTUS^ PECK, son of Peleg,« took his 
collegiate studies preparatory to the practice of medicine and sur- 
gery, at Fairfield, Herkimer County, N. Y. He was twice mar. 
ried ; first, to Rosilla Park, daughter of Doct. Park, of Onondaga 
Co., N. Y., Jannary 2, 1825; second, to Mrs. Ellen F. Reed, for- 
merly Miss Ellen F. Cooper, of St. Genevieve County, Mo., February 
19, 1850. He commenced the practice of medicine at the age of 
twenty-three years, and settled in Licking County, Ohio, in 1837. 
From there he removed, in 1841, to the then Territory of Iowa, 
and settled at Keosauqua, Van Buren County. In 1859 he re- 
moved to Missouri, and settled in the town of Ironton, Iron County, 
where he continued to reside until his decease, June 18, 1868.* 

Dr. Peck followed his profession more than forty years, and 

* He was one of the Delegates to the Missonri Constitntional Convention, 
which convened January 6, 1865, at St. Louis. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 



231 



was a successful practitioner. Being naturally of a sympathetic 

temperament, he was eminently fitted to feel for the a£9icted, and 

to become interested for their relief. 

As a citizen he was respected, and called by the suffrages of his 

Mends to fill many ofl&ces of responsibility ; and while his general 

good character secured for him the respept and esteem of the 

public, his domestic and private virtues were such as to acquire the 

love and affection of his family. 




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CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 



3120. Freelove Eliza, b. Aug. 15, 1827. 

3121. Lacy S., b. Jan. 6, 1830. 

8122. Carrol Romegn, b. Dec. 8, 1831. 

8123. EUva Geraldyne, b. Sept. 28, 

1834. 

8124. Caroline Lucinda, b. May 24, 

1837. 



3125. Warren Elijah, b. Jane 19, 1841. 

3126. Franklin Thomas, b. Oct. 23, 

1843. 

3127. Charles H., b. Nov. 19, 1850. 

3128. Leonard L., b. Mar. 23, 1855. 

3129. Manly D., b. Sept. 14, 1857. 

3130. George Grant, b. Mar. 17, 1862. 



Frttlwt Eliza married Jacob Lane, May 6, 1A46. He died of the cholera at 
Keokak, Iowa, Jaly 1854. She afterwards married Lewis £. Bonney, of Keo- 
saaqaa, Iowa, October 1858, and was residing atlronton. Mo., in 1864. 

Lucy S. married Thaddeas Robbins, at Keosanqaa, Iowa, Dec. 29, 1849. 
She died at Wiston, Mo., November 23, 1850. 

Carrol B. married Emily Lindsey, at Arcadia, Mo., October 10, 1858. He 
was receiver in the United States Land Office, and engaged in mercantile basi- 
ness at Ironton, Mo., in 1864. 




Eliva O, married James Lindsey, at Keokuk, Iowa, May 3, 1853. They were 
residing at Ironton, Mo., in 1864. 

Caroline L. married Richard F. Trow, at Ironton, Augast 30, 1859, where 
they were residing in 1864. 

Warren E, enlisted in the service of his country ; was 2d Lieutenant in the 
29th MLssouri Volunteer Infantry. He was afterwards upon the Governor's 
Staff, — Aide-de-Camp, — with the rank of Colonel. 




232 PECK OENEALOOT; — PABT FIFTH. 

Ihtnklin T. was engaged in bosiness with his fkther at Ironton in 1864. 

[2759.] WILLIAM^ PECK, son of Peter,« married Julana 
Keyser, July 25, 1819, and settled at Richfield Springs, N. Y., 
where he died March 24, 1862. 

CHILDRBN — EIGHTH OENEBATIOI( : 

8181. Catharine, b. Oct. 15, 1821. 8184. Charies, b. Feb. 2, 1880. 

8132. WUliam, b. Dec. 10, 1823. 8185. Lucina, b. Apiil 18, 1834. 

8183. Margaret M., b. July 8, 1827. 

Catharine married Charles Jones, January 6, 1846, and settled at Fly Creek. 

Margaret married John W. Kane, January 1, 1855, and settled at OakviUe, 
Otsego County, N. Y. 

William married Aurelia Conner, and was residing at West Burlington, Ot- 
sego County, N. Y., in 1864. His child : (8186) Oeorge TT.,' was bom October 
28, 1855, and died July 13, 1863. 

Charles married Adaline Robinson, October 9, 1859, and was residing at 
West Burlington, Otsego County, N. Y., in 1864. His son (3187) Willie C* 
Vas bom December 13, 1859. 

Lucina married Almond D. Powers, Febraary 12, 1854. They were resid- 
ing in Bridgeport, Conn., in 1864. 

[2760.] DANIEL^ PECK, son of Peter,® was residing at 
Hector, N. Y., in 1863. 

He married Atalante Ann Winn, October 10, 1832. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

3138. Lydia Jane, b. Oct. 19, 1833. 3140. Roxana, b. Jan. 20, 1848. 

3139. James, b. June 19, 1840. 

[2783.] COMFORT^ PECK, son of Thomas,® settled in Bur- 
lington, Iowa. 

He married Mrs. Emily Anderson, formerly Miss Emily God- 
dard, in 1848. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3141. Elizabeth Jane, b. June 16, 3142. Hubbard Cavanaugh, n 

1851. b. Sept. 22, 1855. C^ i^g 

3143. Thomas Edward, b. V ^ 
Sept. 22, 1855. ^ 

[2784.] ALLE>r PECK, son of Barney,® settled in Wolcott, 
N. H. 

He married Eunice Hubbell, December 1811. He died June 8, 
1860. She died September 4, 1852. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 233 

CHILDRSN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3144. Electa, b. Sept. 16, 1812. 8150. C. P. Van Ness, b. Jan. 1, 

8145. Bosanna H., b. Oct. 16, 1814. 1825. 

8146. Beth H., b. Feb. 7, 1816. 8161. Koyal H., b. May 22, 1827. 

8147. Almlra, b. March 10, 1818. 8152. Salome B., b. Dec. 20, 1829. 

8148. Marinda, b. AprU 6, 1820. 8153. Allen, b. AprU 2, 1832. Died 
3149. Emily L., b. Sept. 24, 1822. Ang. 23, 1865. 

Electa married Daston C. Nichols, of Charleston, N. H. Their children are : 
Lucius,* Almira,* Alpheus,* Eunice,* Erastus, *John,* Emogene* and Charles,* 

Bosanna H. married John Pickering, of Burlington. Had one child : Mary, 
in 1864. 

Seth H, married Ann Palmer. Their children are : (3154) Julius,* (3155) 
Melvin,* (3156) Albert,* (3157) Andrea^ and (3158) Willie* 

Almira married Edmond Qaimby, and settled in Oregon. Their children in 
1864 were : Eunice Jane,* Rosalinda,* Isabella,* Minnie,* Josephine* and Cor- 
nelia.* They baried two boys, each named Isaiah.* 

Marinda married Almond Fife, and have two children : Seth* and Mary.* 

EmUy married Orvis Taylor, and had one son : (3159) Julius.* 

Van Ness married Jane Sweeny. Their children are : (3159) Vernon,* (3160)* 
Abby,* (3161) Ida,* (3162) Nellie,* (3163) Jamet^ and (3164) Mary.* 

Royal H. married Mrs. Hannah D. Twichell, October 1859, residing in Wol- 
cott, in 1864 ; no children. 

Allen married Mrs. Eliza A. Tnbbs, August 1859 ; residing in Wolcott in 
1864 ; no children. 

[2787.] WILLIAM'^ PECK, of Calais, Vt., son of Barney,« 
married Hannah Haskill, daughter of Moses Haskill, in 1820. She 
was born September 13, 1800, and died December 7, 1863. He 
died July 1, 1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION.* 

3165. Sarah, b. Sept. 4, 1822. 8167. William V., b. Feb. 9, 1834. 

8166. Irena L., b. Nov. 10, 1831. 8168. Wesley C, b. Aug. 8, 1836. 

Sarah married Otis Slayton, son of Jesse Slayton; no issue. 

Irene L. married James P. Laird, in 1851. She died August 13, 1862, leaving 
one son : Wesley Elwin.* 

William V. married Helen M. Dudley, February 6, 1868, daughter of Wil- 
lard and Polly Dudley. His children are : (3169) Mary Evelina,* bom April 
13, 1860, and (3170) Mertella,* born June 16, 1862. 

Wesley C married Lenora Osgood, January 18, 1869, daughter of Curtis and 
Lucy Osgood. His children are : (3171) Mary Emogene,* born April 4, 1860, 
and (3172) Alice Jane,* b. June 4, 1862. 

[2789.] WELCOME^ PECK, son of Barney,® resided in 
Johnson, Vt, in 1863. He married Harriet G. Hayford, March 
30, 1824, daugliter of Jacob Hayford, of Johnson, Vt. 

20* 



234 PECK 0ENEAL06T; — PABT FIFTH. 

CHTT.PRKN — MQHTH OEmSRATIOK: 

8178. Hiram H., b. March 15, 1827. 1885. 

8174. Thomas H., b. Sept. 26, 1829. 8177. Lucia A., b. Not. 29, 1837. 

8175. Philo W., b. February 29, 8178. Laella E., b. Nov. 4, 1840. 

1882. Died Jane 18, 1861. 

8176. Marinda H., bom April 4, 8179. Lyman B., b. Mar. 26, 1843. 

Hiram married Alma M. Hill, and was residing In Wyoming, Jones County, 
Iowa, in 1864. His children were : (3180) Laforest JT.,' (3181) O. H.* (3182) 
Bdrriet S,* (3183) Warren W.,* (3184) Charles Jf.» (3185) and Franklin H* 

Thornas married Ann Bartrum ; resided in Johnson, Vt., in 1864. His chil- 
dren were : (8186) Harvey J5.» and (3187) Luella.^ 

PhUo married M. Miller, and was residing in Bloomington, McLean County, 
m., In 1864. His chUdren were : (3188) Harriet F.» and (8189) Herbert A.* 

Marinda H married G. T. Newman, and settled in Bloomington, McLean 
County, lU. 

Lucia married Chester K. Hill, and settled in Johnson, Vt. 

Lyman was residing in Johnson, Y t., in 1864 ; no children. 

• [2790.] BARNEY^ PECK, son of Barney,® resides in Wol- 
cott, Vt. He married Cynthia Bugbee, daughter of Elisha Bugbee> 
of Morristown, Vt., January 18, 1824. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8190. Marqnis D. L., b. Jaly 8, 1826. 3195. Madora A., b. Oct. 30, 1887. 

8191. Orrilla, b. April 8, 1828. 3196. Charles B., b. Dec. 30, 1839. 

8192. William P., b. Oct. 10, 1830. 8197. Lnther B., b. June 30, 1843. 

8193. Edmond B., b. Jan. 16, 1833. Died Feb. 15, 1861. 

Died Aug. 22, 1862. 3198. Sophronia, b. June 1, 1846. 

8194. Esther P., b. Sept. 9, 1835. 

Orrilla married Isaac D. Nelson, of Montpeller, Vt., September 18, 1848; 
were residing in Walcott In 1864. Their children were : Cynthia A ,• Philont 
L,f Henry /.,• Charles P.* and Creorge A.* 

Marquis />. L, married Philora Ladd, December 18, 1853, and settled in 
Walcott, Vt. His children are : (3199) Almenia Jf.,» (3200) Helen Jf.,» (3201) 
Salina E.^ and (3202) Edmond F.» 

William married Catharine Johnson, of Hardwick, Vt., October 15, 1854 ; 
resided in St. Johnsbury, Vt., and had one child; (3203) Ellen H,^ In 1864. 

Esther P. married Llndsey Nelson, of Mendon, Mass., February 28, 1850; 
resides In Wallcott ; had one chUd : Willie X.,» in 1864. 

Madora married Richard Downing, December 8, 1855; settled in Woodbury. 
Their children were : Edgar (?.,» Ida S,,* Adin A.* and tlora J.* 

[2791.]. IRA''^ PECK, son of Barney,® resides in Marshal, 
Clark County, 111. He has been twice married ; first, to Mary 
Fuller, May 18, 1834: second, to Lucina F. Bailey, October 17, 
1839. His first wife died April 9, 1838. 



DESGENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 235 

GHILDRBN— KIOHTH GENERATION: 

8204. CalYin, b. Oct. 22, 18de» in El- 8208. Horace D., b. Dec. 28, 1845. 

more, Vt. Died March 10, 1846. 

8205. Zeluca Z., b. Dec. 2, 1840, in 8209. John W., b. Jnly 21, 1848, in 

Elmore, Vt. Clark Connty, 111. 

8206. Barney, b. Oct. 7, 1842. Died 8210. Jervam D., b. October 29, 

the same day. 1850, in Clark County, HI. 

8207. Ira, b. AprU 11, 1844, in £1- 8211. Mary £., b. Jane 9, 1854, in 

more, Vt. Clark County, III. 

Calvin married Sarah M. McFariand, Sept. 1, 1859> and was residing In 
Clark County, Dl., In 1868. Their son (8212) William E.^ was bom Septem- 
ber 24, 1862.* 

The other children were residing at home in 1864. 

[2793.] JEREMIAH'' PECK, son of Barnby,« resides in 
Walcott, Vt. He married Lucia Day, daughter of Orrin Day, of 
Sharon, Vt 

CHILDREK — EIGHTH OEKERATION : 

3213. Francis, b. April 20, 1834. 8217. Mary J., b. Jalj 30, 1844. 

3214. Orin D., b. Sept. 26, 1S37. 3218. Marcla L., b. AprU 11, 1848. 

3215. Amelia B., b. Jnne 9, 1840. 3219. Edmond E., b. July 4, 1856.. 
8216. Horace D., b. AprU 7, 1842. Died March 1857. 

Francis married Mahala B. Paine, December 3, 1857. She died March 11, 
1862. He was again married to Wealthy D. Loveland, November 24, 1863, 
and settled in Johnson, V t. 

Amelia B. married Daniel Pearson, May 26, 1861 ; were residing in Wolcott 
in 1863. Their chUd was : Freddie jP.,» b. May 21, 1862. 

[2796.] JOHN^ PECK, son of Isaac,® married EUzabeth 
Clark, daughter of Thomas Clark. He died November 20, 1829. 

CHILD — EIGHTn GENERATION: 

3220. Charlej, b. 1812. 

[2801.] GEORGE H.'^ PECK, son of Isaac,® resides in Prov- 
idence, R. I. He is a merchant. He married, for his first wife, 
Nancy Sweet, June 12, 1823; for his second, Harriet M. Sweet- 
land, August 27, 1837; for his third, Rebecca Still well, September 
9, 1852. His first wife was born July 20, 1804, and died October 
20, 1836. His second wife was born June 25, 1815, and died De- 
cember 18, 1851. His third wife was born August 10, 1816. 

* They have a son James' bom since. 



236 PBCK OENBALOOYy — PART FIFTH. 

CHTT.DRKN — SIOHTH GENERATION: 

8221. Esther 8., b. April 16, 1824. 8224. George H. Jr., b. May 6, 1882. 

Died Aug. 20, 1825. 8225. John H., b. July 15, 1885. 

8222. Ann F., b. March 19, 1826. 8226. Harriet A., b. Dec 28, 1848. 
8228. Isaac, b. July 23, 1828. 

Ann F. married William F. Andrews, of Providence, B. I. 

Xbooc married Sarah Bardick, daughter of Capt. Greorge Bordick, of New- 
port, B. I., October 30, 1851. They were residing in Providence In 1868. 
Their children were: (3227) Oeorge Auguttus,* b. October 9, 1852; (8228) 
baac Newton,^ b. September 15, 1858 ; (8229) Stella May,^ b. October 12, 1854 ; 
(8280) Isaac Newton, 2<l,» b. February 14, 1867 ; (8231) Mary Lizzie,^ b. Aognst 
5, 1868 ; (3232) Nancy Sweet,^ b. July 16, 1860 ; (3283) Frances Andrtum,* b. 
December 30, 1861. 

George ff., jr, married Sophia Kinsley, of Newbaryi>ort, Mass., and was 
residing in Providence, B. I., In 1863 ; no issne. 

[2807.] BARNEY^ PECK, son of Ebenezer,« resides in 
Providence, R I. He married Mary A. Walling, daaghter of John 
Walling, of Providence, R. I., October 14, 1839. 

CHILDREN — KIOHTH OENERATIOX : 

8234. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 17, 1840. > 3236. Elizabeth Crawford, b. Dec 

8235. MaryLoaisa,b.Nov.l7, 1840. > 14, 1849. Died Sept. 1, 1850. 

Twins. 3237. WlUlam Henry, b. March 4, 

1853. Died March 22, 1858. 



[2808.] SAMUEL B.^ PECK, son of Ebenezer,® resides in 
Providence, R. I. He married Lydia Colvin, daughter of Holden 
Colvin, of Coventry, R. I. 

CHILD — EIGHTU GENERATION: 

8238. Ethan. 

[2811.] LEWIS'^ PECK, son of Welcome,® settled first in 
Scituate, R. I., but afterwards moved into Burrillville, where he 
was residing in 1863. He has been twice married: first, to Sally 
Ann Colvin, daughter of James Colvin, of Johnston : second, to 
Lucy Vallett, daughter of Jonathan Vallett, of Gloucester. His 
first wife died August 4, 1845. 

CHILDREN — mOHTH GENERATION: 



8239. 


Sasan, b. 1827. 


3244. 


MaryF. Died Aug. 23, 1842. 


3240. 


Welcome, b. July 30, 1829. 


3245. 


Phebe, b. 1841. 


3241. 


Emily M., b. 1831. 


3246. 


Mary. 


3242. 


Nancy. 


8247. 


EmeUne. 



3243. Peleg J., b. 1836. 

Susan married WiUlam Borden, of Scituate, B. I., and was residing In Bar- 
riUviUe, B. I., in 1866. 



DESCEKDANTS OF NATHANIEL PEOE. 237 

Welcome married Maiy 8. Trlmm, daughter of William Trlmm, March 9, 
1850, and was residing in Barrillville, B. I., in 1866. 

Emily M. has been twice married: first, to Stephen Pierce; second to 
Ezekiel Ralph, of Scituate, R. I. 

Peleg J, married Jane Cooms, April 11, 1852; was residing in Bnrrillyille, 
R. I., in 1866. 

Phehe has been twice married : first, to Albert Philips ; second, to George 
Fowles, of Borrillyille, R. I. 

[2812.] STEPHEir PECK, son of Welcomb,« lived and 
died upon the homestead, in Scituate, R. I. He married Polly 
You, daughter of James You. He died August 14, 1829. 

CHILDBEX — mOHTH OENKRATION : 

S248. Betsey Ann. * 8249. Lncinda Y. 

[28150 ASAHEL"^ PECK, son of Welcomb,« resides upon 
the homestead. He married Susan Colvin, daughter of James 
Colvin (ff Johnston, R. I. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

8250. Lizzie, b. May 20, 1884. 8254. Almira H., b. Dec. 8, 1840. 

3251. Sarah M., b. Jan. 11, 1886. 8255. Thomas W., b. Nov. 8, 1842. 

8252. Stephen P., b. June 22, 1887. 8256. Lydia L., b. Aug. 4, 1844. 

8253. Asahel A., b. Jan. 16, 1889. 8257. Susan M., b. Oct. 6, 1850. 

[2816.] ALFRED 0.'' PECK, son of Welcome,® resides in 
Scituate, R. I. He married Cordelia Colvin, daughter of James- 
Col vin, of Johnston, R. I., April 21, 1836. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GEKERATION : 

3258. WUliam A., b. Nov. 80, 1889. 8260. Mary E., b. Jane 6, 1851. Died 

Died May 5, 1855. May 2, 1852. 

8259. Ransom 0., b. Jan. 9, 1842. 8261. Delia F., b. July 4, 1855. 

8262. £Ua M., b. March 29, 1857. 

Baruom 0, married Sarah A. Colvin, May 17, 1868. 

[2821.] HERS A'' PECK, son of Gaieus,^ married a Widow 
South worth. He died at Richford, Wis., November 1857. 

CHILDRKN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3263. Porter. 8265. Albert. 

8264. Page. 

[2823.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Gaieu8,« is settled at Bar- 
net, Vt He married Sophia Wood, of Barnet. 



238 PECK OENEALOOY, — PAST FIFTH. 

CffTT.PRRN — EIGHTH OENEHATION : 

3266. George W., b. Jan. 14, 1827. 8269. William E., b. March 24, 1833. 

Died April 30, 1850. 3270. Henry O., b. Sept. 11, 1835. 

3267. Jane A., b. July 17, 1829. 3271. John H., b. April 18, 1837. 
8268. Sophia, b. Jane 24, 1831. 

[2825.] WILLIAIT PECK, son of Gaieus,« married Susan 
Eliza Dana, of Cabot, Vt. They resided in Chicago, 111., in 1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

8272. Oscar Dana, b. Aug. 23, 1832. 3276. George Wesley, b. May 9, 1841. 

8273. Eliza Dana, b. Sept. 30, 1834. 3277. Charles Edward, b. Sept. 1, 

8274. John Wmiam, b. Jan. 14, 1837. 1844. 

8275. Catharine Dana, b. Feb. 15, 3278. Wilber F., b. March 6, 1846. 

1839. Died Sept. 23, 1859. 

Oscar D, was residing in Califbmia in 1364; was married, and had one 
chUd. 

John WUliam died at Little Bock, Mich:, a soldier in the 29th Iowa Begi- 
ment. He left a wife and one child. 

[2826.] GEORGE C.^ PECK, son of Gaieus,« resides at 
Lindon, Vt He married Malinda Wing, June 20, 1838. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3279. Ellen E., b. Sept. 16, 1839. 3282. Charles C, b. Sept. 12, 1846. 

3280. William H., b. Jan. 3, 1841. Died Jan. 27, 1852. 

3281. Julia M., b. Dec. 5, 1842. Died 3283. Ida M., b. Oct. 16, 1854. 

Sept. 30, 1843. 

[2837.] THOMAS^ PECK, son of Thomas,^ married . 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 
3284. 

[2838.] EBENEZER'' PECK, son of Thomas,^ married . 

He was in Washington, D. C, in 1866. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3286. ^iK^ ^ " 3288. ^i^^A^ r 

3286. ^AJut>LC- 3289. .j 

3287. .'J.^/^f /^' NILC^ 

[2841.] EZRA*' PECK, son of Aaron,^ is a farmer, and 
resides in Jamestown, Chautauque County, N. Y. He married 
Harriet Perkins, daughter of Roswell Perkins, of Freehold, War- 
ren County, Pa. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 239 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3290. MarshaU E., b. Feb. 1, 1886. 3298. JuUa A., b. Not. 19, 1842. 

3291. Erastus P., b. July 13, 1838. 8294. Mary J., b. Feb. 10, 1846. 

3292. Henry H., b. Aug. 11, 1840. 3296. EUen M., b. May 80, 1849. 

MarshaU E. married Bhoda A. Derby. He was a soldier in the war, and was 
wounded. 

Erastus P, married Lydia A. Wares. His children are: Judson E.* and 
Eliza A,* He was also in the army. 

Henry R. was also in the army, and died at White House Landing, of the 
typhoid malaria, July 3, 1863. 

Julia A. married Robert E. Fuller. He was also a soldier. 

Mary J. married Horace A. Willson. He was also a soldier. 

[2843.} SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Aaron,« resides at Ellicott, 
Chautauque County, N. Y., a farmer. 

He married Almira Dunbar, daughter of Alvin Dunbar, of Elli- 
cott, in 1850. 

CHILI>REN— EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8296. Annette, b. May 16, 1851. 8297. Charles, b'. Jan. 11, 1859. 

[2845.] EZEKIEL'^ PECK, son of Aaron,« resides at Car- 
roll, Chautauque County, N. Y., a farmer. 

He married Emeline Woodward, daughter of Reuben J. Wood- 
ward, of Ellicott, in 1850. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8298. Lavem, b. Sept. 9, 1850. 

[2847.] MILTON*^ PECK, son of Ezra,^ first settled in Hub. 
bardston. From there he removed to Hardwick, Mass., where he 
died, April 14, 1855. He married Mary Dexter. 

CHILDREN — EIOHTH GENERATION: 

8299. Mary A., b. Feb. 23, 1824. 3306. Cryton W., b. Dec. 10, 1838. 

Died In 1853. Died in 1838. 

3300. Jane R., b. July 8, 1827. 3306. Luthera M., b. Dec. 10, 1840. 

3301. Horace M., b. April 29, 1830. Died Dec. 26, 1868. 

3302. Simon E. W., b. Aug. 5, 1832. 3307. WlUlam C, b. March 6, 1843. 

3303. SaUy B., b. March 7, 1834. 3308. Susan A., b. Nov. 3, 1847. 

3304. Samuel D., b. AprU 24, 1837. Died July 31, 1848. 

Jane B. married Francis Legate, June 2, 1847. Their children were : Fran- 
cis Augustus,* b. February 14, 1854; Lizzie J.,* b. November 23, 1867, and died 
November 29, 1869. 

Simon E. W. married Almenia Austin, and resided, in 1864, in Hardwick, 
Mass. 



240 PECK GSinSALOOY, — PABT FIFTH. 

William C. married Hannah N. Atwood, of Hardwick, Mass., March 11, 
1862, and was residing in Greenwich in 1864. Their child was : (d»09) Mary 
.,* b. May 12, 1863. 



[2852.] JAMES B.^ PECK, son of Horatio,« resided in 
Providence, R. L, in 1864. 

He married Hannah R. Medbery, daughter of George Medbery, 
of East Providence, R. L 

CHILDRKN — mOHTH GENERATION: 

8310. AUen G., b. March 14, 1846. 3313. Nancy E., b. April 23, 1853. 

8311. Forrest A., b. Oct. 20, 1849. Died April 16, 1855. 
3312. James M., b. Jane 4, 1851. 

[2853.] HENRY C.^ PECK, son of Horatio,® was residing 
at Whitinsville, Mass., in 1863. He married Lydia S. Smith, 
daughter of Joseph Smith, of Somerset, Mass., October 9, 1853. 

UHn.DREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3314. Leander Edwin, b. May 6, 1861. 3315. John Henry, b. July 15, 1863. 

[2863.] EDWIN F.^ PECK, son of Bela,« married Abigail 
Bowen, daughter of Samuel Bowen, June 6, 1850. They were 
residing in Barrington, R. L, in 1863. 

CIIILJ)REN — EIGnTn GENERATION: 

3316. Alpheus F., b. Sept. 24, 1850. 3318. Emma E., b. April 30, 1860. 

3317. Maria B., b. July 24, 1852. 

[2876.] REV. NATHAN R.^ PECK, son of Rev. John,« mar- 
ried Mary Round, daughter of Joseph Round, of Monkton, Vt 
He was residing in California in 1863. 

CHILI^REN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3319. Marritta, b. Jan. 7, 1834. 3320. Maria, b. Sept. 26, 1838. 

Marritta married Rev. Ralph Pierce, of the Black River Conference, N. Y. 
They went to India as missionaries, where she died, November 1862. 

Maria married Rev. J. H. Maddox, who was of the California Mission, in 
1863. 

[2880.] DANIEL^ PECK, son of Rev. John,« was residing 
at Fullerville, St. Lawrence County, N. Y., in 1864. He married 
Martha Fuller, March 10, 1842. 



DESOEKDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 241 

CHILmtSN — mOHTH oenbration: 

8321. Anna, b. Dec. 25, 1845. 8323. Everett, b. Jan. 11, 1860. 

8822. Celinda, b. Feb. 2, 1849. 

[2887.] GEORGE W.^ PECK, son of David,« was residing 
in East Rutland, Vt, in 1864. He married, for his first wife, 
Frances Rowland, daughter of Sydney B. Howland, January 9, 
1 854 ; and for his second, he married Helen Strong, daughter of 
Marvin Strong, February 8, 1860. 

CHILD — EIOHTH GENERATION: 

8324. Merritt Emerson. 

[2911.] SOLOMON^ PECK, son of Solomon,^ is settled 
upon the homestead. He married Keziah Peck (No. 2918), 
daughter of Darius Peck, January 6, 1828. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3325. Solomon Angnstns, b. Dec. 8, 3327. Francis Wayland, b. March 20, 

1828. 1834. 

3326. Josephns Wales, b. Aog. 12, 3328. Cornelins Carpenter, b. Feb. 

1831. 16, 1836. 

Solomon A, was residing with his father, in 1863, nnm. 

Josephus W. married Sarah I. Peck (No. 3346), daughter of Sylvester Peck, 
of Providence, R. I., July 2, 1867. He was residing in Providence in 1864. 
His children were: (3329) Sarah Keziah,* b. May 13, 1858; and (3330) Julia 
Ooddard,* b. November 9, 1861. 

Francis W, married Mary Shed, of Providence, B. I., and was residing in 
East Providence in 1864. She was the daughter of Ebenezer Shed. Their 
chUd was : (3331) Marietta Frances,* b. April 28, 1869. 

Cornelius C. married Isabella Jane Anthony, daughter of David Anthony, 
of East Providence, B. I., where they were residing in 1863. Their children 
were : (3332) David Solomon,* b. August 19, 1860; and (3333) Eliza Baker,* b. 
July 31, 1862. 

[2919.] CALVIN S.'^ PECK, of Providence, R. I., son of 
Darius,* married Hannah Cooper, November 1, 1829, daughter of 
William Cooper. 

CHILD — mOHTH GENERATION: 

3334. Calvin WiUson, b. July 2, 1843. Died Sept. 19, 1845. 

[2921.] HERMAN A.'^ PECK, of Providence, R. L, son of 
Darius,® married, for his first wife, Lemira Wheaton Peck (No. 
2916), daughter of Solomon Peck, of Seekonk, April 23, 1834. 

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242 PEGK GEraALOOY, — VIXS FIPIH. 

For his second wife, he married Mary Ann Fnller, daughter of 
Levi and Mary Fuller; January 19, 1843. His fibrst wife dkd May 
21, 1841. 

CHILDBKN — KIOHTH GKNEBAITON : 

Bff first wife : 8840. Ann Lemira, b. Jan. 15, 1849. 

8885. EUen Frances, b. Jan. 27, 1888. 8841. Lydia Keziah, b. Sept. 12, 1851. 

8386. Lemira Wheaion, b. May 15, 8342. Lacy EUa, b. Feb. 8, 1854. 

1841. Died May 26, 1841. Died 8ept. 80, 1859. 

8848. Herman Sanford, b. April 14, 

By second wife : 1856. Died May 7, 1864. 

8837. Herman Allen, b. Oct. 18, 1848. 8844. Boxanna FoUer, b. Sept. 15, 

Died March 5, 1847. 1858. Died May 12, 1864. 

8838. John Flavel, b. AprU 3, 1845. 8345. WUliam Newton, b. Feb. 10, 
8889. Mary Fry, b. Jan. 31, 1847. 1862. 

[2922.] SYLVESTER W.^ PECK, of Providence, R. L, son 
of Dabius,^ married Sarah L. Phinncy, April 26, 1833, daughter 
of Edward Phinney, of Barnstable, Mass. 

CHILDREN — KIGHTH GJCXERATION: 

8346. Sarah Ide, b. Jane 9, 1834. 3349. Jane Hudson, b. Oct. 9, 1843. 

8347. Charles Henry, b. Oct. 22, 8350. Francis Wheaton, b. July 7, 

1837. Died Jane 11, 1839. 1846. 

8848. Jalia Ann, b. July 9, 1840. 
Died Sept. 9, 1858. 

[2926.] ELLIS'^ PECK, of Barrington, R. I., son of Ellis,« 
married Louisa Jones, daughter of William Jones, of Seekonk, Feb- 
ruary 28, 1830. He is a model farmer. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8851. William Jones, b. Dec. 14, 3354. Leroy EUis, b. Dec. 16, 1843. 

1830. Died June 16, 1833. Died March 18, 1844. 

8352. William Jones, b. Jane 5, 1833. 3355. Arabella Loaisa, b. Sept. 4, 
3353. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Sept. 8, 1845. 

1836. 
William Jones married Virginia White, daughter of Thomas White, of Bris- 
tol, R. I. 

Sarah Elizabeth married John White, of Bristol, R. I. 

[2928.] ASA"^ PECK, of Barrington, R. L, son of Elus,« 
married Lucrctia S. Remington, March 4, 1839, daughter of Enoch 
Remington, of Barrington. He is a drover and ca.tle broker. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

335G. Adelaide Eliza, b. March 22, 3358. George Asa, b. Aug. 22, 1846. 

1840. Died Ang. 28, 1846. 

3357. Leander B., b. Feb. 12, 1843. 3359. Jolietta L., b. Kov. 7, 1848. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL PECK. 243 

[2034.] EBENEZER"^ PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ settled in 
Proyidence, R. L, where he died, Augast 28, 1848. He married 
Abby A. Bump, daughter of Nathan Bmnp, of North Providence, 
Jmie 8, 1843. 

CTfTT.DRKN — BIOHTH GENBRAITON : 

8360. Sarah £., b. May 1846. 8861. Edmond B., b. April 1847. 

[293&] DANIEL H.^ PECK, son of Ebenezer,« resides in 
Barrington. He married Mary Ano Baker, of Lowell, Mass. 

CHELDBSN^ EIGHTH GEin&RATION : 

8862. Mary Esther. 8864. Edwin B. Died in the army. 

8868. Daniel B. 8865. WiUiam 8. 

[2939.] JOHN H.^ PECK, son of Ebenbzbb,« resides in Bar- 
rington. He married Charlotte Tanner, daughter of Daniel Tan- 
ner, of Warwick, R. L 

CHILDBEN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8866. JohnH. 8367. WUliamH. Died in inflmcy. 

John H. resides in Barrington, R. I. 

[2947.] BENJAMIN W.'' PECK, son of Bbnjamin,« is settled 
in Providence, R. L 

He married Emily A. Gillmore, daughter of George Gillmore, of 
Providence, R. L, December 24, 1850. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8868. E. L., b. Nov. 4, 1851. 8370. Emily J., b. Dec. 81, 1858. 

8869. Walter H., b. Jan. 20, 1857. 

[2949.] GEORGE S.'' PECK, son of Benjamin,^ is settled in 
Providence, R. L 

He married Ellen C. Rhodes, May 10, 1855. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8371. EUen Amanda, b. July 81, 8872. EmmaLoQisa,b. Jan. 11, 1859. 
1856. 8878. George Albert, b. July 1, 1860. 



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PART SIXTH. 



THE DESCENDANTS OF ISRAEL' PECK. 

SIXTH SON OF JOSEPH^ THE ANCESTOR. 

Israel was bom at Hinghaoi; Mass., and baptized there, March 
4, 1644. He moved firom there with his father and family to See- 
konk. He settled in what is now Barrington, upon the lands given 
him and his brother Nathaniel, near where is now the residence of 
Mr. Ellis Peck. For a description of these lands, see part 5th, in 
reference to the settlement of NathanieL 

Israel Peck married Bethiah Bosworth, daughter of Jonathan 
Bosworth, July 15, 1670. They both lived to be aged. The fol- 
lowing are the inscriptions upon their tombstones : 

Here lieth the body of M* Israel Peck died Sept' y* 2* 1723 in y* 
80th year of his Age 

Here lyeth int"* the body of M" Bethiah daughter of Jonathan Bos- 
worth and wife of M' Israel Peck died Apr 4th 1718 Aged 75 
years 

He held various public offices. His will is recorded upon the 
records at Taunton, Mass., B. 4, p. 220. The following is a copy : 

In the name of God Amen this ^eighth day of August Anno Domi 
1718 aqd in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George 
over Great Brittan & King I Israel Peck of Swansey alias Barring- 
ton in the county of Bristol within the Province of the Massachusetts 
Bay in New England yeoman being in the seventy sixth year of my age 
but retaining my memory and understanding as at other times thanks 
be given to god there fore remembering my own frailty do make and 
ordain this my last will & testament in manner following that is to 

say first and principally I commit my Soul unto the care of Gk>d that 
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246 FBGK OHEALOGTi — PABT SDCES. 

gave it me and my body to the earth to be decently intered at the dis- 
cretion of my execntcnr here after named and as touching sodi worldly 
estate which it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life I giTe 
and demise and despose of the same in the following manner and 
ftmn 

Imp" It is my will that all my debts and ftmeral chaiges be well 
and truly paid and satisfied in convenient time after my decease by 
my execator here in after named 

Item I give to my only son Nathaniel Peck having given to him 
and to his heirs Sd assigns forever by a deed of gift nnder my hand 
and seal bearing date the sixteenth day of July Anno Domi 1718 all 
my hoosing Lands and meadows of any kind in Barrington in the 
county of Bristol and also my stock and hosbandiy tools I do by 
tiiese presents ratify and confirm the same nnto him the porxKMe and 
tme intent Sd meaning of said gift And farther I give and bequeath 
unto my said son Sd his heirs and assigns forever all my riglits in the 
undivided lands in Behoboth and any other lands which I shall not 
other wise despose of in this my last will and testament my hunting 
gun and silver spoons and what other movables I shall not particu- 
larly give to my daughters or their children 

Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter the wife of Josiah 
Dean and to my daughter the wife of Ephraim May and to the chil- 
dren of my daughter Mehetible Whitaker deceased equally to be 
divided and to their heirs and assigns for ever all my lands in Rebo- 
both lying at or near the great meadow hill being two hundred & 
thirty seven acres and forty acres more lying near to John Whitaker 
in Rehoboth afor said only that land I formerly gave to the said John 
Whitaker to be reckoned into and with my said grand children their 
third part of the lands above given to my said daughter and grand 
children the third part of the land given to my grand children. My 
will is that it be equally devided between them or the survivors of 
them Farther I give unto my said daughter & to my grand children 
equally to be divided all my house hold goods, that is to say, my beds 
& beding with the furniture and appurtances belonging to them table 
lining and my pewter and brass vessels of all sorts and also I give to 
my two daughters each of them a silver spoon and a silver spoon to 
my grand daughter Mehetible she bearing her mothers name to gether 
with the equall part of the house hold goods given to mv greand chil- 
dren to be equally divided among them or the equal surWvors of 
them 

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Dean twenty pounds in 



DESOENDAKTS OF ISRAEL PECK. 247 

stock at the market price to be paid by my said son to her heirs 
within three years after my decease 

Item I give to my daughter Mary twenty poands to be paid to 
her or her heirs by my said son Nathaniel Peck within three years 
after my decease in stock or cattle at the market price. 

Item I give to the children of my daughter Mehetible twenty 
pounds in stock at the market price the value there of to be devided 
equally between them or the survivors of them to be paid by my son 
Nathaniel Peck within three years after my decease 

And I do by these presents nominate and appoint my son Nathan- 
iel Peck to be said executor to this my last will and testament disal- 
lowing and.making null and void all other former Wills Testaments 
Legaces bequests & Executors by me in any way before this time 
named within and bequeathed ratifying & confirming this and none 
but this to be my last Will & testament In witness whereof I have 
set my hand & seal the day and year first above written. 

Signed sealed and published and declared by the said Israel Peck 
to be his last will and testament in the presence of us the subscribers. 

Zachariah Bickkell 

Elisha Mat ISRAEL PECK 

John Cart. 

CHILDRKN — THIRD GENERATION: 

3374. Mehltable, b. Aug. 6, 1671. 8377. Deliverance, b. June 21, 1680. 

8376. Israel, b. Dec. 18, 1673. Was 8378. Israel, b. Sept. 3, 1686. Died 

drowned Jane 23, 1786. Sept. 6, 1686. 

8876.+Nathaniel, b. Sept. 27, 1677. 8379. Mary. 

MehUable married John Whittaker. 

Mary married Josiah Dean. 

Deliverance married Ephraim May, June 19, 1708. 

The following are the inscriptions from their tombstones : 

Here liethe y« body of M' Ephraim May died Sep' y« 25'^— 1721 in 
y* 51"' year of his age 

Here lieth y* body of Deliverance wife of Ephraim May & daugh' 
of Israel Peck died Deem' y« 9**^ 1727 in y* 48"^ year of her Age 

[3376.] NATHANIEL^ PECK, son of Israel,^ settled upon 
the lands given him by his father, where he lived and died. 

He appears to have been a prominent man in the town. His 
will may be found upon the early records of Warren, R. I., B. 1, 
p. 131. He had previously given away the most of his lands by 
deed. 



248 P8CK OENEAixxnr, — pabt fifth. 

He gives to his wife Sarah the improTement of his real and per- 
sonal estate daring her natoral life. 

He gives to his granddaughter, Sarah Mathews, 12 sheep with their 
lambs, two cows, 2 feather beds with the bedsteads & fumitiire be- 
longing to them, and a high chest of draws to be delivered to her 
when she arrived to the age of 21 years, or on the day of her mar- 
riage. 

He gives to his beloved son Israel and his eldest male heir, and to 
the heirs and assigns of the said male heir, a tract of land lyii^ by 
Hunt's tree. 

To Simeon and Nathaniel, his beloved sons, to be equally divided 
between them, he gives his husbandry, tools & tacklin. 

He gives to his sons Israel, Simeon & Nathaniel, to be divided 
equally between them, his wearing apparel. He also makes his sons 
equal in his commonage rights in Rehoboth. 

He gives to his beloved daughter Mary Bucklin, and his beloved 
granddaughter Sarah Mathews, all of his indoor and outdoes mova- 
bles not in his will otherwise disposed of, to be equally divided between 
them after the decease of his wife. 

He orders his sons Simeon & Nathaniel to pay the above legacies to 
Sarah Mathews, in consideration of which he gives to them, their heirs 
and assigns, to be divided according to quantity and quality after his 
wife's decease, all his land lying and being in Warren to be divided 
equally between them. 

He appoints his wife Sarah his executrix. The will is dated Feb. 
1st, 1755, and was proved Sept. 6, 1756. 

Nathaniel married Sarah -Field, of Hatfield, Mass., October 25, 
1709. See Swansey Records. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH OENERATIOX : 

8380. Mehitable, b. Aag. 18, 1711. 8383. Mary. 

8381.+Israel, b. July 21, 1713. 8384.+Slineoii. 

8382. Sarah, b. 1718. 3385.+Nathaniel. 

MehUable married the Bey. Feleg Heath. 

The following is from the record of their publishment and mar- 
riage: 

August 9 th 1740 Then Rev Peleg Heath declared unto mo the 
subscriber his and Mrs Bethiah Peck their intentions to be married to 
each other 

Recorded by me Josiah Humfhret Tovm clerk 



DESCENDANTS OF ISRAEL PECK. 249 

Augast 26th 1740 Then Mr Feleg Heath and Bitihah Peck both 
of Barrington were lawfhll j married by me 

Stlyesteb Richmond, Justice of the Peace. 

Recorded by me Josiah Humphrey Town clerk 

Sarah married Mathews. 

Mary married James Backlin, of Behoboth, March 29, 1748. 

[3381.] ISRAEL* PECK, son of Nathanibl,^ settled upon 
the lands given him by his father. These he afterwards disposed 
of, and settled at Winsor, Mass., where he remained about two 
years ; and fi:t)m there removed to Dalton, Mass., where he died 
March 16, 1800. 

He married Sarah Adams, September 18, 1746. The following 
is upon the Barrington Records : 

Providence Sept 18 — 1746. 

These may certify that Israel Peck and Sa^ah Adams was lawfully 

married according to the laws of the colony of Rhode Island, pr me, 

Jabez Brown Justice of the Peace 
Recorded by me 

JosiAH Humphrey Town derk 

CHILDIIEN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

SSSG.+James, b. July 6, 1747. 3389. Mehltable, b. July 1, 1762. 

8387. Israel, b. Feb. 20, 1748-9. 3390. Amy. 
Died April 11, 1760. 3391. Mary. 

3388.+l8rael, b. Dec. 6, 1760. 3392. Nancy. 

The first four chUdren are recorded upon the records at Warren, R. I. 

MehUable married, for her first husband, Sunderland. He left no children. 

For her second, Robinson, and settled in Lanesborough, where he died, 

leaving three children. For her third hasband, she married a man by the 
name of Famam, and settled at Litchfield, where she died. 

Amey married, for her first hasband, Daniel Loomis, by whom she had fonr 
children. Mr. Heman Loomis, of Rochester, N. Y., to whom I am indebted 
for my information, is her grandson. For her second husband, she married 
Isaac Johnston, and settled at Amsterdam, N. Y., where she died in 1826. 
She was buried at Manney*s comers. 

Nancy married a Powel, of Lanesborough, where they settled and died. 

Mary married John Durfee, of Dalton, Mass., December 20, 1786. She died 
August 7, 1846. He died in 1848. They had twelve children. Rev. Calvin 
Durfee, of Willlamstown, Mass., is their son. To his kindness and that of 
his sister, Mrs. Sarah Torry, of Berkshire, N. Y., I am indebted for my Infor- 
mation. 



250 PECK GEKEALOOY, — PABT SIXTH. 

[3384.] SIMEON* PECK, son of Nathaniel,' settled upon 
the land given him by his fkther. He was a blacksmith by trade. 
He deeded away his lands in 1758-9 and '60. He afterwards set- 
tled at Amherst, Mass. The records at Springfield, Mass., show 
that he bought and sold lands in Amherst firom 1773 to 1783. He 
died March 29, 1783. 

He married Priscilla West, of Warren, E. L, November 24, 
1748. 

CmLDBEN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

8893. Bethlah, b. Oct. 8, 1751. 8896. Mary, b. April 17, 1758. 

8894.+Jo8eph KeUy, b. Jan. 10, 1754. 8397. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 17, 1760. 
8395. Simeon, b. Feb. 6, 1756. 

I have been unable to learn what became of BeUiiah, Simeon, 
Mary and Nathaniel. 

[3385.] MAJ. NATHANIEL* PECK, son of Nathanih^' 
settled upon the lands given him by his father. Th^se he disposed 
of, and removed to Amherst, Mass., where he died November 27. 
1807. He kept a public house in Amherst for many years, and 
seems to have been a very prominent and influential citizen. He 
bought and sold lands in Amherst and the adjoinmg towns. In 
these deeds, he is usually called Maj. Nathaniel, or gentleman, 
instead of yeoman or laborer. He was in the war of the Revolu- 
tion, and I am told held a Major's commission. 

His wife was Aiary Peck, widow of Winchester Peck, formerly 
Mary Mitchel, daughter of James Mitchel. She was bom August 
20, 1731, and died May 15, 1814. 

CHILDREN — FIFfH GENERATION (W. RCC. B. 1) : 

8398. Sarah, b. Feb. 2, 1754. 3402. Mary, b. Aug. 3, 176S. 

3399.+Winchester, b. Feb. 7, 1762. 3403. Mehitable, b. April 27, 1772. 

8400. Jerosha, b. Jane 18, 1764. 
3401. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 17, 1766. 
Died in infancy. 

This record is in the family bible, in the handwriting of Maj. 
Nathaniel. The births of the three first children are also upon 
the records at Warren, R. I. This bible, printed in London in 
1728, was formerly the property of James Mitchel, the father of 
Nathaniers wife, and was in the possession of the granddaughter 
of Nathaniel, Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, of Leverett, Mass., in 1864^ 
when I visited her for the purpose of examining this record. 



DSaOBNPiJn» OF ISBABL PECK. 251 

Sarah, the eldest danghter of Nathaniel, married Elisha Wamer, and settled 
in Amherst, Mass., where they died, leaving no issue. He died December 10, 
1823, and she September 18, 1825. 

Mary married David Eaton, in 1787, and settled in Vermont. She died Oc- 
tober 10, 1818; he Aagnst 20, 1828, leaving five children. 

Jerusha married Samnel Miles, and settled in Williamsburg, Mass. He 
died at an early age; she October 8, 1848. Their children were: Missabethf* 
bom April 5, 1789 ; and James Michels^ bom Febraary 18, 1791, and died in 
1792. Elizabeth married Lewis Moore, May 3, 1810, and was residing, a 
widow, in Leverett, Mass., in 1864. He died Januaiy 4, 1843. fheir children 
are : Luther JI.,' bom May 10, 1811 ; Jerusha P.,' bom September 9, 1813. 
Quartus Kj'' bom March 26, 1816 ; George TT.,' bom March 6, 1818 ; James Jf.,' 
bom Febraary 4, 1820; William B.,'' bom November 11, 1821 ; Mary 8.,'' bom 
January 18, 1824; Lewis'' and Lucius'' (twins), bom Febraary 1, 1827; Otis 
B.y' bom September 6, 1830; and Sarah EJ, bom Febraary 21, 1832. 

Mehitable married Luther Henry. Their children were: Clarissa. j' bom 
December 20, 1794; Margaret,' born March 14, 1796; Anna,' bom April 13, 
1798 ; a son, bom Febraary 10, 1806 ; John,' bom September 10, 1806 ; and 
James,' bom September 30, 1808. The oldest daughter, Clarissa, married 
Gideon Stetson, March 26, 1816. They were residing in Shutesbury, Mass., in 
1864. Margaret mirried Lewis L. Draper, and lived and died in Amherst, 
Mass. Mr. Draper was residing In Northampton in 1864. Anna married Al- 
vah Haskins, and settled in Shutesbnry. John married Ada Parks, and settled 
in Van Buren, Ark. James married Sarah Raymond, and died in Shutesbury, 
Mass. 

The following Deed is from the Records at Warren, R. I., B. 
1, P. 258 : 

To all people to whom these presents shall come Greeting Enow ye 
that I Nathaniel Feck jr of Warren in the county of Bristol in the 
colony of Rhode Island yeoman for and in consideration of the sum 
of One thousand pounds old Tenor have remised and released and by 
these presents for me and my heirs executors and administrators : do 
remise release and forever quitclaim unto Simeon Peck of Warren 
aforsaid blacksmith in fbll and peaceable possession and to the heirs 
and assigns of the said Simeon Peck : all the right tittle and interest 
use possession and demand which I the said Nathaniel Peck Jr now 
have or which I or my heirs or Executors can or may claim to have to 
of and in a certain piece or parcel of up land containing twelve acres 
which I the said Nathaniel and Simeon Peck bought to getlier of our 
beloved brother Israel Peck the nineteeth day of Feb 1 754 reference 
to said deed being had for the bounds said land lying and being in 
Warren aforsaid To have and to hold all and singular the premises 
with the appertences unto the said Simeon Peck his heirs and assigns 
forever so that neither I the said Nathaniel Peck nor my heirs nor any 



252 FECK OEHEALOGY; — PIBT SIXTH. 

other person or persons for me or them or in mine or their names 
right tittle or stead shall or may by any way or means hereafter chal- 
ange or demand any interest of us or to the premises and any of them 
shall be excluded and debared by these presents Furthermore I the 
said Nathaniel Peck and my heirs release the said premises with the 
appurtenances unto the said Simeon Feck and his heirs and assigns unto 
their own proper use against me and my heirs and all and every other 
person lawfully claiming by from or under me the said Nathaniel 
Peck Jr shall and will warrent and defend by these presents 

In witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this sev- 
enteenth day of April annoque Domini 1754 

Signed sealed an delivered 
in the presents of 

John Kennicut NATHANIEL PECK. 

Solomon Townsend 

[3386.] JAMES* PECK, son of Israel/ settled in Sheffield, 
Mass.; where he and his wife died. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

8404. James. Dledyoong. 8405. Martha. 

Martha married James Austin, at Athens, N. T., Aagnst 8, 1804. Thej set- 
tled in Boston, Mass., where they resided about thirty years. From Boston 
they removed to Jersey City, N. J., where they both died. Mr. James Austin, 
a merchant, 85 Wall St., N. Y., Is her son. 

[3388.] ISRAEL^ PECK, son of Israel,* settled at Pitt5- 
field, Mass. He married Sarah Marsh, of Dalton, Mass. She 
died March 1813. He died in Rochester, December 5, 1827, 
and I am told was buried at Brighton, Monroe County, and that 
upon his tombstone is the following : 

" Isral Peck — died Dec 5 1827 aged 72* years. The deceased was 
A*om Pittsfield Mass and to his memory this monument is erected by 
one of his descendants" 

CHILDREN — SIXTH 6EXRRATION : 

8406. Laura, b. Oct. 12, 1785. Died 8410.+Otis. 

May 16, 1862. 8411. Eunice. 

8407.+Henry. 8412. Elizabeth. 

8408.+Perez P. 8418. Harriet. 

8409. Julia. 8414. George A. 



♦ An error. He waa bom December 6, 1750, and was 77 years old, lacking 
one day. 



DES0ENDAKT8 OF ISBAEL PECK. 253 

Laura married David Bosh, of Pittsfleld, April 7, 1807. 
JtUia married Theodore Hinsdale, of Fittsfleld* 
Eunice married Samuel Patterson, of Albany. 

Elizabeth married, first, Leonard Monroe ; second, William Hoit, of Nor- 
walk, Ohio. 
Harriei married Josiah Goodman, of Lafkyette, Ind. 
George A, is unmarried. 

[3394.] JOSEPH KELLY* PECK, son of Simeon,* settled 
at Amherst, Mass. He was drafted, and entered the army of the 
Revolution, where he died, November 1776. He married Sybel 
Hastings, of Amherst 

CHILD — SIXTH OBNSRATIOK: 

8416. Joseph Kelly, b. Nov. 4, 1776. 

The widow married Timothy Green. Baftis Green, of Carroll, N. Y., is a 
son. 

[3399.] WINCHESTERS PECK, son of Maj. Nathaniel,* 
settled at Amherst, Mass. He was killed bj the rolling of a log 
upon him, while superintending the building of a dam, at Montague 
Falls, August 18, 1797. He married Lydia Perkins. She died in 
1850, in her 86th year. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

8416.+Ga8tavns D., b. in 1788. 8419. Sarah, b. Jane 1792. 

8417. Henry W., b. April 1790. 8420. Qarissa, b. Sept. 1794. 

8418. Horace, b. 1791. Died the 8421. Joseph, b. Jaly 1796. 

same year. 8422.+Horace, b. Dec. 1797. 

Henry W, followed the seas ; not known where he is. 

Sarah married Elisha Tilden, November 7, 1811, and settled In Chesterfield, 
Mass. Their children are : bally P.,^ Clarissa H, P.,' Mary jtf.,' Henry TT.,' 
Elisha TF.,^ Elijah 5.,' ElUha TT.,^ Maria i£^.' and Martha L? 

Joseph graduated at Amherst CoUege, and died at Andover, while pursuing 
his theological studies, September 1827. 

Clarissa married Joseph Tower ; settled St Northampton : no issue. 

[3407.] HENRY® PECK, son of Israel,^ was residing in 
York, N. Y., in 1864. He married, for his first wife, Lucy Miles, 
daughter of James Miles, in 1814; and for his second wife, Mary 
Baldwin, daughter of Joseph Baldwin. His first wife deceased in 
1829. 

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254 PECK GESEAJJOGY, — PABT SUTH. 

cifnj>iaac — huvkk t h GKinauTioar: 

S423. Jolia Elizabeth, b, Not. 27, M25.+Otis Lymmn, b. April 15, 182S, 
1815. 8i26. Harriet Maria, b. June 18, 

8424.+George Henry, b. Feb. 5, 1819. 1825. 

JtUki and Marriet are married and settled In Sandoaky Citj, Ohio. 

[340a] PEEEZ P.« PECK, son of Jsrasl,^ married Clarissa 
Goodman, daughter of Titos Goodman. They were residing at 
Sandusky, Ohio, in 1 864. 

CHILDREN — 8EVEXTH GK3CKRATIOX : 

8427. Clarissa M., b. Joly 31, 181 7. 0432. Charies F. 

3428. Frederick, b. May 20, 1819. 3433. Catharine C. 

3429. Benjamin F., b. Feb. 8, 1821. 3434. Mary. 

3430. Henry, b. Oct. 6, 1823. 3435. Ann Janette. 

3431. James S. 3436. Mary L.* 

Clarissa and Catharine married Angus Smith, of Milwaukee, Mich. Clarissa 
died Aogost 1858. 

Frederick was in the army and unmarried in 1864. 

James 8, was residing in Milwaukee, acd Charles F. at Toledo, In 1864, 
num. 

Mary was residing in Milwaukee, num., in 1864. 

[3410.] OTIS« PECK, of Pittsfield, Mass., son of Israeu* 
married Martha C. Dickiftson, daughter of Oliver P. Dickinson, of 
Pittsfield, October 30, 1824, where they were residing in 1864. 

CIULDREX — SE^TIXTH GENEBATIOX : 

3437. Maria E., b. July 30, 1825. 3439. Frederick C, b. Aug. 30, 1829. 

3438. OUver D., b. July 15, 1827. 3440. Martha A., b. May 13, 1834. 

Died Feb. 17, 1831. 

Maria E. was residing at home in 18G4, unm. 

Frederick C. married Catharine M. Goodrich, November 6, 1862, daughter 
of Milton Goodrich, of Pittsfield, where they were residing in 1864. 
Martha A. was residing at home in 18C4, unm. 

[3415.] JOSEPH KELLY« PECK, son of Joseph Kelly.* 
He was a carpenter by trade. He died at the residence of his 
daughter, Mrs. Hannah Austin, of Perrysburgh, Pa., with whom he 
resided several years. 

* I endeavored to obtain trom Mr. Peck a better record of his family, but 
was unable to do so. 



DESCEOrDANTS OF ISRAEL PECK. 255 

He married Isabella Hide, September 26, 1799. She died May 
8, 1844> aged 69 years. He died September 18, 1859. 

CHILDBBN — SEVENTH GENEBATION : 

8441. Mary, b. Aug. 9, 1800. 8447. Farter, b. 1810. Died, nnm., 
8442.+Samiiel, b. Oct. 18, 1801. Oct. 19, 1825. 

8443.+Joseph, b. March 28, 1808. 8448. Lnrana, b. June 11, 1818. 

8444. Hannah, b. Feb. 9, 1806. 8449. Ennice, b. Jane 24, 1815. 

8445.+Dayid B., b. April 17, 1807. 8450.+Joel, b. Aag. 29, 1818. 
8446. Emily, b. Jan. 81, 1809. 

Mary married C Eldridge ; was residing in Fersia, N. Y., in 1864. 

Emily married Charles Allen, and was residing in Fersia, N. T., in 1864. 

Lurana married a Johnston, and was residing in Raisonville, Monroe 
County, Mich., a widow, in 1864. 

Eunice was cast away on Lake Erie, and never found. 

ffannah married Hiram Austin, and was residing at Ferrysburg, N. Y., in 
1864. 

• 

[3416.] DR. GUSTAVUS D.« PECK, of Northampton, Mass., 
son of Winchester,* graduated in his profession at the age of 21 
years. He studied with Dr. Daniel Thurber, of Mendon, Mass. 
He first settled at Blackstone, Mass. From Blackstone he re- 
moved to Milford, Mass., where he remained in the practice of his 
profession until 1836, holding various public offices, acting also as 
councillor of the Massachusetts Medical Society. From Milford 
he removed to Sunderland, Mass., where he remained for ten years 
in practice. From there, in 1846, he removed to Northampton, 
Mass., where I found him still engaged in his profession in 1864. 
Although in his 77th year, he retained all his faculties to a remark- 
able degree for a man who had devoted fifty-six years to the prac- 
tice of medicine. He has been, I am told, a very faithful, kind, 
and successful practitioner, much respected. He married Sally 
Perry, daughter of Elisha Perry, of Milford. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

8451.-hAddlson Sumner, b. July 19, 8463.-f-Albion Perry, b. July 7, 1817, 
1810, at Blackstone, Mass. at MUford, Mass. 

8452. Andrew Jackson, b. AprU 9, 8454. Sarah Annis, b. Aug. 29, 1819, 
1815, at Milford, Mass. at Milford, Mass. 

8ar<ih AnnU married Richard Chenery, August 1889; now (1864) United 
States Kayy Agent at San Francisco, where she died, November 28, 1864. Her 
children are: Charles Eugene,^ b. at Spring Prairie, Wis., June 16, 1841, and 
was, in 1864, Assistant Paymaster on board of the U. S. Steamer Narragan- 
set; Jame$ Perry ^^ b. at Sunderland, Mass., May 9, 1848, and died at North- 



256 



PSCK GEEnSALOOT, — PAST SIXTH. 



•mptoii, Mardi 22, 1864, of chronic dlanrhoBa, contracted in the Army of the 
Potomac. He was a member of the Ist Company of Andrew's Massachusetts 
Sharpshooters. Leonard Edward^* b. at Northampton March 11, 1846. He 
was a member of the graduating class of 1864 at the U. S. Kayal Academy, at 
Newport, B. I. 

Andrew Jackson was drowned by the upsetting of a boat, in the harbor of 
St Angostine, Florida, April 19, 1886. He was a druggist by occupation, and 
was located there. 



[3422.] HORACE* PECK, son of Winchester,* settled at 
West Brookfield; Mass., where he was residing in 1864. He has 
been twice married : first, to Sarah E. Fuller, of Hinsdale, N. H., 
Jane 29, 1816; second, to Climenia Wheeler, of Ashfield, Mass^ 
March 5, 1834. 

CHnj>BKN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 



8455. Julia Ann. Died young. 

8456. WiUiam. 

8457. Bachel. Died young. 
845S. Mary Ann. Died young. 

8459. Joseph. 

By second wife : 

8460. Albert. 



8461. Sarah R. 

8462. Chauncey. 

8463. PhUo. 

8464. Julia Ann ; unm. in 1S64. 

8465. Lydia W. ; unm. in 1864. 

8466. Horace. 



WUliam was a soldier in the army in 1864. 
Joseph was a soldier in the army in 1864. 
Albert was a soldier in the army in 1864. 
Sarah B. married Joseph R. Knight, of Warren. 
Chauncey was killed at the battle of Winchester. 
Philo was killed at the battle of Gettysburg. 
Horace was drowned February 8, 1857. 



[3424.] GEORGE HENRY' PECK, son of HEyRY,« married 
Maria Cornelia Roberts, of Rochester, N. Y., September 19, 1848, 
and settled ii; Cleveland, Ohio, where they were residing in 1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH 6EKERATION : 

8467. Catharine Roberts, b. Sept. 10, 8468. George Henry, b. Sept 80, 
1849. 1858. 



[8425.] OTIS LYMAIT PECK, son of Hbnby,« married 
Martha Clark, of Sandusky City, Ohio, November 12, 1849, where 
they were residing in 1864. 



I>ESOEin)ANTS OF ISRAEL PECK. 257 

CmLDREK — EIGHTH GBNERATIOK: 

3469. Harriet, b. Oct. 17, 1850. S472. George Otis, b. July 1868. 

8470. Fanny, b. Nov. 6, 1864. ) 

8471. Lizzie, b. Nov. 6, 1864. i 

Twins. 

[3442.] SAMUEL^ PECK, of Farmington, Pa., son of Joseph 
Kelly,* married Clarissa Knapp, March 2, 1828. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8478. George W., b. Dec. 18, 1829. . 3476. David B., b. March 1, 1889. 
3474. EmUy L., b, July 9, 1836. 8476. Comfort E., b. Oct. 10, 1846. 

[3443.] JOSEPBF PECK, son of Joseph Kelly,« settled in 
Spartansburg, Pa. He married Martha Hawkins, daughter of Duty 
Hawkins. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

3477. One, b. March 4, 1826. Died 8481. Mary Jane, b. March 24, 1833. 

in 1828. 3482. EmUy H., b. Sept. 22, 1835. 

3478. Louisa, b. March 24, 1828. 3483. Eunice L., b. April 4, 1837. 

8479. A son, b. 1880. Died same 3484. Calista L., b. Aug. 21, 1839. 

year. 3486. Mary Ann L., b. July 21, 1842. 

8480. A son, b. 1831. Died in 1832. 3486. Joseph E., b. July 27, 1848. 

Louisa married Green Alsdurf, in 1848, and settled in Sparta. 

Mary Jane married Frederick A. Wise, in 1849, and settled in Bloomfield. 

Emily H. married Henry Scouten, in 1852, and settled in Sparta. 

Calista L, married Oscar N. Dexter, in 1855, and settled at Spring Creek. 

Mary Ann L, was residing in Canada, unm., in 1864. 

Joseph E. was residing in Sparta, unm., in 1864. 



[3445.] DAVH)^ PECK, son of Joseph Kelly,^ settled at 
Freedom, La Salle County, HI. He married Luvilla Hawlfins, 
daughter of Duty Hawkins. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8487. Lucretia A., b. 1829. 8492. Martha, b. 1841. Deceased. 

8488. Porter, b. 1832. Deceased. 3493. Edward N., b. 1844. 

8489. Joseph K., b. 1834. 3494. Mary Jane, b. 1848. 

8490. Joel, b. 1836. Deceased. 3496. GenUla, b. 1850. 

8491. Jesse H., b. 1838. Deceased. 8496. David P., b. 1855. Deceased. 

Lucretia married David Jones. They were residing in Meriden, La SaUe 
County, HL, in 1864. Their children were : Margaret -&.,• John !>.,• Indie L.^ 
Delazon Q} and Ida M.^ 

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258 



FBGK GEirEAIXMTT; — PABS SIXIH. 



[8450.] JOEL^ FECE, son of Joseph Ebllt,^ setfled in 
(Jowanda, N. Y., where he was residing in 1864. He married 
Philena Mdntyre, daughter of Royal T. Mclntyre, December 17, 



1838. 



CHILDREN — XIOHTH OBNKRATION: 



3497. Alderson, b. Sept. 7, 1889. 

8498. Andrew, b. June 9, 1842. 

8499. Lncretla, b. Sept. 17, 1846. 

8500. Isabel, b. Oct. 8, 1849. 



8501. MeUssa, b. Not. 1, 1852. 

8502. Orson, b, Oct. 14, 1856. 
8508. Anrilla, b. Oct. 14, 1856. 

Twins. 



1 



[3461.] ADDISON S.^ PECK, son of Db. Gustavub D.,« 
graduated at the Boston Medical School, in 1831. He read medi- 
cine with his father, and with Dr. Jabez Fisher, of Boston. He 
commenced the practice of medicine with his father, in Milford, 
Mass. In 1837, he removed to Hatfield, and firom there to Hoi- 
yoke, Mass. In 1862, he removed to Aurora, Esmeralda County, 
Nevada Territory, where he was appointed Judge of Probate. He 
died April 6, 1866. 

He married Jane S. Whipple, daughter of Benjamin Whipple, of 
Dunbarton, N. H., November 1835. She died at Dunbarton, Jan- 
uary 23, 1864. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

8504. Sarah Elizabeth, b. at Hatfield, 8505. Benjamin Whipple, b. at Hat- 
Mass., in 1837. field, Mass., in 1842. 

Sarah Elizabeth married Lieat.-CoI. William S. B. Hopkins, of Northamp- 
ton, Mass. They were residing in New Orleans in 1864. 
Benjamin Whipple was residing, in 1864, at Aurora, Nevada Territory, nmn. 



[3453.] ALBION PEKRT' PECK, son of Dr. Gustatus D.,« 
was residing at Northampton, Mass., in 1864. The early life of 
Mr. Peck, I learn, was passed as a teacher, previous to his settling 
at Northampton. He was elected teacher of the English School, 
at Worcester, Mass., June 22, 1828. He was also, 1 am told, prin- 
cipal of the school at Sunderland for some time. 

The following extracts in relation to him were taken from the 
Northampton Business Directory : 

Mr. Peck was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 1844. In 1855, 
he was appointed Register of Probate by Gov. Gardner. In 
1856, he was chosen by the people to the same office, which he held 



DBSGSOilDANTS OF ISRAEL PEOK. , 259 

nntil, t>7 the act of the Legislature, the office was abolished, and its 
duties transferred to the Begist^ of the new Court of Probate and 
Insolvency. In 1855, he was chosen a member of the Greneral School 
Ck>mmittee of Northampton. 

In 1856, he was appointed Justice of the Quorum and Notary 
Public, and in 1860, a Trial Justice. In 1859, he was chosen Town 
Clerk. He has also been Treasurer of the Horticultural Club, and of 
the Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden Agricultural Society. 

In addition to attending to his official duties, Mr. Peck has been 
engaged in other business. 

In 1850, he was engaged in the grocery and druggist business. In 
1858, he purchased the Lower Mills, so called, and carried on the 
flour and grain business until 1860, when he sold his interest. 

I am told that he still holds the offices to which he has been elected 
to the very general satisfaction of the community, by whom he is not 
only honored but highly respected. 

He married Sarah Ann Hibbon, daughter of James Hibbon, of 
Charleston, S. C, at Northampton, June 14, 1855. 

CHILDREN — SIOHTH OENKBATION : 

8506. jQUa Emma, b. at Northamp- ^07. Sarah Ferry, b. at Northamp- 
ton, Dec. 28, 1857. ton, Jan. 80, 1860. 



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APPENDIX. 



APPENDIX. 



It was not at first designed to publish an account of any of the 
Pecks, aside from the descendants of Joseph Peck, the progenitor 
of the Massachusetts Pecks ; but they were so mixed in their settle- 
ments throughout the country with other branches of the same pat- 
ronymic descendants of other ancestors that it was unavoidable, and 
necessary to correspond with, and to collect much information in 
relation to others, before it could be determined to which branch 
of the name they belonged. As these correspondents and others 
seemed to expect that the information they had given was to be 
published, and desired to have it preserved, it was thought best to 
add an appendix, and publish it. 

It was soon found that to render this intelligible, and of interest, 
it was necessary not only to add much more to it, but to follow out 
the diflferent branches, trace them back to their ancestors, and sep- 
arate their descendants from each other. This I have endeavored 
to do. 

Although the descendants of neither of these ancestors have 
proved to be so numerous as those of Joseph, of Massachusetts, 
and his six sons, each of whom had families at an early date, yet 
their descendants have been found to be more numerous than was 
at first supposed. I have been fortunate in finding, though with 
much labor, all or nearly all of them. There are a few branches 
or families that I have been unable to carry through all the genera- 
tions, owing to the imperfect manner in which early records were 
kepty and the want of interest felt in the subject, many refusing to 
assist me or to give me the information asked of them, or even to 
answer my letters or return my circulars. For these reasons there 
may be errors, — there doubtless will be, perhaps in assigning 



264 PECK GENEALOGT. 

fiunilies or indiTiduals to the wrong branch or ancestor, — if so, 
the arrangement of the work will enable those interested to find 
their proper places. There will doubtless be errors in names, 
dates and localities. For the correctness of these I have relied 
npon my correspondents and others who gave me the information, 
and have given it as it was given to me, where I had no means of 
knowing bnt that it was correct There were a few records re- 
ceiyed which were not nsed for the want of others to complete the 
generations where they belonged, and render them intelligible. 

The appendix has been the source of much loss as well as dis- 
appointment to me. It not only delayed the work mudi longer 
than was expected, but the subscriptions from the branches it con- 
tains amounted to but a small portion of its expense. The cost of 
its publication, and the collection of its material, was much more 
expensive, and required much more labor than was expected. To 
find and determine at this late day who were the children of Dea- 
con Paul, Deacon William, Henry and Joseph, ancestors of the 
Connecticut Pecks, trace out their descendants to the present gen- 
erations, and separate them from each other, required not only 
much of my time for two years, with a large correspondence, but 
also much travel, which was expensive. 

I was obliged to make journeys into various towns, in different 
parts of the State, to examine town, church, probate and family 
records, and in but a few of them could I obtain any subscribers, 
and in no one of them enough to pay but a fraction of my ex- 
penses. 

During my visits to Hartford, Wallingford, Stratford, Milford, 
Bridgeport and Norwalk, I obtained one subscriber towards pay- 
ing my expenses, which with the town clerks' fees for copies, were 
over forty dollars. I was obliged to make other journeys, which 
were expensive. In Norwich, I obtained one subscriber ; in Dan- 
bury, two ; and in Newtown, where many of the early Pecks set- 
tled, and many of their descendants remain, four ; and in the city 
of New Haven, to which place I made several journeys, and was 
obliged to spend much time in examining the town, church, probate 
records, and deeds, which was expensive, and where many of the 
descendants of Deacon Paul, Henry and Joseph reside, I obtained 
five. Where I sent my circulars, I obtained a few names ; some 



APPENDIX. 266 

not only gave me their own, bnt with mtich kindness obtained other 
names for me; while many refused even to return my circulars, 
although eacA contained, with the return postage, a request that they 
should do so. 

Had I anticipated the want of interest in the subject, the cold- 
ness and indifference with which I have had to contend, among the 
Connecticut Pecks, I certainly never should have attempted to trace 
them out Although some have lent me their aid, and treated me 
with a generosity and kindness which I shall long remember, some 
have treated me with a lack of generosity, if not a littleness and 
an unkindness which I shall try to forget. 

Among the descendants of John, of Mendon, and among many 
of the descendants of the Connecticut Pecks, scattered through 
other States, I found more interest in the subject, and from them 
have received the most of my subscribers for the appendix. 

Although I have had little to encourage me, I have done the 
best I could, and hope I shall have been the means of bringing 
much to the light in relation to the Connecticut Pecks, which would 
otherwise have been lost ; and that the information I have collected 
will be of interest to many of them, and not only enable those of 
the different branches of the name to distinguish themselves from 
each other, but stimulate a desire to know more of their ancestry. 

28 



266 PECK GEKEALOOT. APPENDIX. 

THE HINGHAM AND OTHER PECKS. 

There were several bearing the surname of Peck who early emi- 
grated from Old to New England and became progenitors, and 
died; leaving descendants. Some of these remained in Boston, 
while others settled in its vicinity, or removed to Connecticut Mr. 
Savage says a (1) Richard Peck came over in the Defence, of Lon- 
don, in 1635, with (2) Margery, supposed to be his wife, and (3) 
h'^ael and (4) Elizabeth, his children, and is thought, by some, to 
have been the brother of (5) Paul, afterward Deacon Paul Peck, 
of Bartford, Conn. ; but I have found no trace of him or his son.* 
Mr. Savage (see his excellent work, the Genealogical Dictionary) 
supposes his son Israel to have been the Israel of Rehoboth, l[as3 , 
who had Israel, b. Dec. 18, 1674 (should be 73), and Bethiah, Jan. 
2, 1680; but in this supposition he is mistaken. This Israel was 
the youngest of the three sons of Joseph, ancestor of the Massachu- 
setts Pecks, born, after his arrival in this country, at Hingham. 
Mass. Rev. Peter Hobart says, in his journal, that he was bap- 
tized March 4, 1644. For his family, see No. 3374. There was 
also a (6) Nathaniel Peck in Hingham, who, Daniel Gushing, the 
town clerk, says, arrived in 1635. Mr. Savage supposes him to 
have settled at Rehoboth, and to have been the Nathaniel who had 
a son Elisha by his wife Deliverance, born Aug. 25, 1676. But 
this Nathaniel was, ali^o, the son of Joseph, the next older than 
Israel. His family is at No. 2588. Who the Nathaniel of 1635 
was, or what became of him, is not known. He is supposed by 
some to have been the son of Robert, and to have returned to 
England. If so, he was about twenty-one years of age, being bom, 
as may be seen by a reference to his father's family upon the chart, 
Sep;. 13, 1614. 

There was also a (7) Simon Peck in Hingham, in 1657, who, 
Mr. Savage says, married Hannah Farnsworth. She d. April 16, 
1659. He afterwards married Prudence Clap, of Dorchester, Feb. 
13, 1660, daughter of Edward Clap. By Mr. Hobart's Journal, it 
appears that his children were, a daughter, b. Dec. 25, 1660; (8) 
Joseph, b. , d. Jan. 12, 1662; (9) Joseph, baptized Feb. 25, 

♦ It win be seen that Mr. Drake, in his list of the names of the foandcrs of 
New England (Genealogical Register, VoL 14, p. 320), spells this name Perk 
instead of Feck, and the cMld's name IsabeU, not Israel. 



BOSTON PECKS. 267 

1663; (10) Johuy b. April 20, 1667; (11) Joseph, baptized Nov. 1, 
1668; (12) Sarah, b. June 3, 1669; (13) Joseph, b. July 2, 1671, 
baptized the 9th, and died the Uth of same month. What became 
of Simon, or when he died, I did not learn. By an examination of 
the Hingham records, it will be seen that he sold his homestead in 
May, 1669. He drew four lots in the division of lands in Cohas- 
set in 1670, but sold them in 1677. He was one of the selectmen. 



THE BOSTON PECKS. 

In relation to the Boston Pecks may be found, upon record 
there, many deeds, also wills, births, marriages and deaths. As I 
had occasion to examine and make memorandums of some of these 
while searching for lost ones of other branches, I give a few of 
such as were preserved, in hopes it may draw the attention of 
some one to the subject, who may trace out and publish a his- 
tory of these Boston Pecks. Had I designed them at first for 
this use, I should have made the list more full and perfect. 

Upon the Probate Records, B. 11, p. 259,^ may be found the 
appointment of Elizabeth Peck, widow, administratrix upon the 
estate of (14) John Peck, of Boston, mariner, deceased, dated 
Feb. 25, 1696-7. 

On B. 14, p. 128, is the will of (15) Thomas Peck, sen., who 
was a shipwright, dated March 3, 1698. He sepms to have been 
a man of wealth. He bought and sold much land in Boston and 
other places, and also vessels. In his will he bequeaths houses, 
lands, warehouses, wharves, docks, etc. He names his wife Eliza- 
beth, sons (16) JoAn, deceased, (17) Benjamin, (18) Thomas, jr., 
shopkeeper, and (19) Nathaniel', and daughters (20) Faith Waldo, 
(21) Elizabeth Fisher, and (22) Rachel Potter. John, deceased, 
and wife Elizabeth, had two daughters, if no more, (23) Elizabeth 
Gooch, and (24) Mary, and a son (25) William. Benjamin had 
two sons, (26) Benjamin and (27) William. Thomas J. and Na- 
thaniel also had children not named in the will. 

An administrator was appointed upon the estate of Martha 
Peck, widow, Jan. 1, 1750, B. 44, p. 27. 



268 PECK OENEAL06T. — APPENDIX. 

A guardian was appointed for (28) Mary, a minor dangfater of 

(29) Samud Peck, late of Boston, blacksmith, Oct 1756, B. 51, 
p. 348. 

An inyentorj of the estate of Samuel Peck was presented by 

(30) Thomas Handasyde Peck, Oct 29, 1756, B. 51, p. 349. Mar- 
tha Peck was appointed administratrix upon the estate of her 
husband, (31) James Peck, of Boston, mariner, Feb. 11, 1757, B. 
52, p. 52. (32) Samud Peck was appointed administrator upon 
the estate of his brother, (33) William Peck, of Boston, glazier, 
Jan. 4, 1760, B. 56, p. 207. He had a son (34) John, and (35) 
William, and an only dau^ter (36) Mary. 

Mary Peck, widow, was appointed guardian of her son (37) Ben- 
jamin, under fourteen years of age, son of (38) Naihanid, late of 
Boston, cordwainer, Feb. 13, 1761, B. 58, p. 70. 

Thomas Handasyde Peck was appointed administrator upon 
the estate of his brother (39) John, late of Boston, glazier. Sept 
11, 1761, B. 59, p. 130. John had a son (40) Robert Maynard 
Peck. Thomas Handasyde's account as guardian of (41) Mary 
Peck was presented to the court July 6, 1763, B. 62, p. 106. 

Thomas Handasyde Peck was appointed administrator upon the 
estate of his son (42) John Peck, March 18, 1768, B. 66, p. 188. 

The will of (45) Samuel Peck,* cooper, of Boston, is upon B. 77, 
p. 57, dated May 8, 1777. He had children, (46) Mary and (47) 
Sarah, sisters, (48) Mary, and (49) Hannah, and brothers, (50) 
Nathaniel, and (51) Benjamin, and mother, Mary Peck, widow. His 
wife Sarah was executrix. 

Sarah Peck, widow, was appointed administratrix upon the 
estate of Robert Maynard Peck, feltmaker, Jan. 28, 1782, B. 80, 
p. 438. 

A guardian was appointed for (52) Samud, son of (53) Joseph, 
late of Londonderry, N. H., Dec. 16, 1800, B. 89, p. 452. 

The will of Moses Peckt is upon B. 99, p. 158, dated Oct 12, 
1799. Names his daughter Sarah, wife of Jonathan Stickney, and 
Elizabeth, wife of William Thurston, and son Elijah, who had a 



* Mr. Nathaniel Feck, of Lynn, Mass., is supposed to be a descendant ttom 
this branch of the name, 
t Moses is a descendant of Henry, of New Haven, and is No. 60 with them. 



BOSTON PECKS. 269 

son Samudf who died, leaving a widow and sons, who were resid- 
ing in Boxbmy, Mass., in 1 863. 

(54) John Peck was appointed guardian of (55) WiUiam, son of 
Robert Maynard Peck, July 17, 1792, B. 91, p. 230. 

WILL OF THOMAS HANDASYDE PECK. 

In the name of God, Amen ; this thirty first day of Angust, in the 
year of our, Lord One thousand seven hundred & seventy four^ I, 
Thomas Handasyde Peck of Boston, in the county of Suffolk & Prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, Hatt Maker, being 
of sound Mind & Memory, Thanks be to God for it ; & not knowing 
how short my Time in this World may be ; Do make & ordain, this 
my last Will & Testament, in manner following. 

First, — I do commit my soul into the Hands of God who gave it, 
& my body to the Earth, to be hurried in a decent manner, by my 
Executors hereafter named, in Hope of a joyful Resserection by the 
Power, & thro' the Merits of my Lord & savior Jesus Christ. And, 
as to the worldly Gk)ods Grod has been pleased to bestow on me, I do 
dispose in the following manner. 

First, — I do order, that all my just Debts & flmeral Expenses be 
paid, after my Decease, as soon as may be. 

Item. — I give unto my beloved Wife, Elizabeth Peck, Eighty 
Pounds lawful Money, to be paid her annually during her natural life 
by my Executor. 

Item. — I give my said Wife, my Negro man, Solomon, during her 
natural life. 

Item, — I give my said Wife my Horse & both my Chaise. 

Item. — I give my said Wife, her living in my House where in I now 
live, with the Improvement of all the Land and Buildings belonging 
there to, during her natural Life ; the aforesaid House & Buildings to 
be kept in Repair, out of my Estate. 

Item. — I give my said wife, the improvement of all my Houshould 
Goods during her natural Life. 

Item. — I give to my Grandson Thomas Handasyde, son of my late 
son Doctor John Peck, & the Heirs of his Body, lawfully begotten, if 
he lives to the age of Twenty one years, all my Brick Buildings in 
Merchants Row ; which I bought of Gillman Phillips Esq, with the 
land, & all the appurtenances there to belonging ; said Buildings to 
be kept in good repair out of the Rent of said buildings, and my 
Executors to receive the rents of said buildings untlll my Grand son 

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270 PECK QESRAJJQQY. — APPENDIX. 

arrives to the age of Twenty one years. Bat, if my said Grand son 
shonld die before he arrives to the age of Twenty One years, or he 
should leave no Heirs, lawfolly b^otten of his body ; then my will is, 
that my aforesaid Buildings go to the children of my daughter Eliza- 
beth Perkins. 

Item. — I give to my Grand son Tho* Handasye Peck, thirty 
Pounds lawftd money pr annum ; to be paid by his Guardian for his 
maintenance untill he arrives to the age of Twenty one years, and 
then, the said l^acy to cease. 

Item. — My Will is, that if my grand son, Thomas Handasyde 
Peck lives untill the age of Twenty one years, that my Executors pay 
him Two hundred and fifty Pounds lawfhll money, out of my personal 
Estates ; also, if my said Grand son, (43) Thomas Handasyde Pedi, 
should live to the age of Twenty four years, that then my Executors 
pay my aforesaid Grand son. Two hundred Pounds Lawful money, 
besides the aforegoing two hundred & fifty Pounds out of my personal 
Estate. 

Item. — I give my four grand sons, viz, James Perkins, Tho^ Han- 
dasyde Perkins, Samuel Perkins and, Tho* Handasyde Peck, all that 
Track or parcel of land which I bought of Mr Samuel Green of Bos- 
ton Marriner, being one quarter Part of a full share of the Land called 
Muscongus, being on Ponobscut River, being two thousand two Hun- 
dred & fifty acres. 

Item. — My Will is, that my Executor pay to my Honored Mother, 
Mrs Margaret Mitchel, Twenty six Pounds thirteen shillings & four 
Pence lawful Money, annually, during her natural life ; & if that is 
not enough to maintain her, then my Will is, that my Executor sup- 
ply her out of my Estate, what may be sufficient for her, and at her 
death, to bury her handsomely out of my Estate. The above Twenty 
six Pounds thirteen shillings & foure pence is what I am obliged by 
Bond, to pay my said Mother. 

Item. — I give to my Nephew Robert Maynard Peck, sixty six 
Pounds thirteen shillings & four pence, lawful Money, to be paid in 
one Month after my Decease ; & if he owes me any Debts on Book 
Note or otherwise, I release them. 

Item. — I give unto Samuel Baley sixty six Pounds, thirteen shil- 
lings <& four Pence, Lawful money, to be paid him in one Month after 
my Decease ; & if he owes me any Debts on Book, Note, or other- 
wise, I release them. 

Item. — My Will is that Twenty six hundred & sixty six Pounds, 
thirteen shillings & four pence, Lawfhl Money, of my Personal 
Estate, be put to Interest by my Executors, on good land security. 



BOSTON PECKS. 271 

within this Proyince ; & the Interest of said money, with the rents of 
my Real Estate, to be appropriated towards paying my Mother, my 
wife, & my Grand son, annually, as above. 

Item. — My Will is, that my Executors pay out of the foregoing 
Money sixty pounds, thirteen shillings & four pence. Lawful Money, 
to each of my daughter Perkin's Children, when they arrive to the age 
of Twenty one years ; & when the above Legacies are paid, then I 
give all the Remainder of my personal Estate unto my Daughter (44) 
Elizabeth Perkins, & her Heirs. 

Item. — I give to my Daughter Elizabeth Perkins, <& the Heirs of 
her body, all the Remainder of my Real Estate, wherever it may be 
found, not before given away : 

Item. — I do constitute my beloved Wife, Elizabeth Peck & my 
Daughter Elizabeth Perkins, to be my Executors, of this, my last 
Will ; here by revoking &, making void all Wills here to fore made 
by me. 

In witness where of, I the said Thomas Handasyde Peck, the Tes- 
tator, have here unto set my hand & seal this thirty first Day of 
August One thousand seven Hundred <& seventy four. 

Signed, sealed & published by the Testator, in Presence of us to be 

his last Will & Testament. 

THOMAS HANDASYDE PECK 
JOHN SYMMS 

JON^ W. EDES 

BENJ^ EDES 

The will is recorded upon Book 76, page 101. He seems to have 
been a man of wealth. He was a merchant, and is said to have 
dealt largely in furs, and the importation of hats. 

I regret that I have been able to learn so little in relation to 
him, his ancestors and descendants bearing the name. I found no 
one who could give me any information in relation to them ; or, 
who would take any interest in the subject. 

His brother John died about 1761, leaving a son, Robert May- 
nard Peck, who died about 1782, leaving a son William. 

The children of Mr. Peck were: Elizabeth, b. Feb. 14, 1735, and 
John, b. Aug. 24, 1743. The son. Doctor John Peck, died about 
1768, leaving a son, Thomas Handasyde Peck. The daughter mar- 
ried James Perkins, a merchant of Boston, who died in middle ago, 
leaving her a widow with eight children, three sons and five daugh- 



272 PECK OEaVBALOGT. — APPBHDIX. 

ters. She was a woman of superior abOity; energy and perserer- 
ance, and reared her fiEunily, giving them an edncation, and her sons 
such advantages as fitted them for active business lives, whidi they 
lived, occupying positions of honor and responsibility with credit 
to themselves and to her. 

She seems to have been a woman of excellent principles, gener- 
ous, benevolent and charitable, and to have found time and means, 
aside from the wants and cares of her fiunily, to take an active 
part with the charitable and benevolent associations of the time. 

On her decease, which occurred in 1807, it was voted that the 
officers of the Boston Female Asylum wear a badge of mourning 
for the term of seventy-one days, corresponding to the number of 
years she had lived. 

Her descendants are numerous, many of them distinguished for 
their wealth, intelligence and refinement Her second son, Thomas 
Handasyde Perkins, bom Dec 15, 1764, and named for his 
grandfather Peck, to whom his mother was in part, at least, 
indebted for her means of rearing her family, — became one of 
the most eminent, successful and wealthy merchants of Boston. 

A memoir of him was published by Thomas G. Gary, Esq., his 
son-in-law, from which and other sources I have taken the liberty 
to make a few extracts and draw for such facts in relation to him 
as it was thought would be of interest to those of my readers who 
might never see the excellent work of Mr. Gary. 

His mother decided to give him a collegiate education ; but, when 
prepared for Cambridge, he was reluctant to enter upon the life of 
a student, and was placed with the Messrs. Shattuck, then among 
the most active merchants of Boston, where he remained until twenty- 
one years of age. He then joined his elder brother James in form- 
ing a house in St Domingo. Finding that the climate there did 
not agree with his health, he returned to Boston, his younger 
brother, Samuel G., filling his place in the firm. 

He soon after turned his attention to trade with Ghina. Dur- 
ing the revolution of 1 792 in St. Domingo, his brothers returned 
to Boston. He then formed a co-partnership with his elder brother 
James, under the firm of J. & T. H. Perkins. This firm continued 
until the death of the latter, in 1 822. Their most important business 
was the trade of their ships on the northwest coast and with China. 



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BOSTON PECKS. 273 

They finally established a house in Canton, under the firm of Per- 
kins & Co., which became one of great importance, and was emi- 
nently successful. 

Mr. Perkins found time, in addition to that required in his com- 
mercial pursuits, to devote to business of a public nature. About 
1794, he was made commander of the military corps, which consti- 
tuted the guard and escort on public occasions for the Governor, 
with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, and was afterwards known as 
Colonel Perkins. He was soon aft;erwards chosen President of the 
Boston branch of the United States Bank. In 1805, he was elected 
to the Senate of the State, and for many years afterwards was a 
member of one branch or other of the State Legislature. 

As the wealth of Col. Perkins accumulated, he expended a por- 
tion of it foi> charitable, public and benevolent purposes. He took 
an active and very important part in measures for establishing the 
Massachusetts General Hospital, with an asylum for the insane. 
He and his elder brother James contributed five thousand dollars 
each towards the fund. He also did much for the Boston Athe- 
naeum. He was one of the founders of the Bunker Hill Monu- 
ment Association, and the originator of the statue of General 
Warren, towards which he subscribed one thousand dollars. He 
also took a deep interest in the completion of the national mon- 
ument to the memory of Washington, and one of almost the last 
acts of his life was an effort to raise funds in Massachusetts 
towards insuring its completion. This noble act of his was pub- 
licly alluded to by the Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, in a speech 
before the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, at one 
of their annual festivals. In alluding to this act of Col. Perkins, 
he says : 

I cannot forget the earnest and affectionate interest with which that 
noble hearted old American gentleman devoted the last days, and I 
had almost said the last hours, of his life to arranging the details and 
the machinery for an appeal to the people of Massachusetts in behalf 
of that still unfinished structure. He had seen Washington in his 
boyhood, and had felt the inspiration of his majestic presence ; he had 
known him in his manhood, and had spent two or three days with him, 
by particular invitation, at Mount Vernon, — days never to be forgot- 
ten in any man's life ; his whole heart seemed to be imbued with the 



274 PECK GEETEALOOT. — APPEETDnL 

wannest admiration and affection for his character and services ; and 
it seemed as if he conld not go down to his grave in peace until he 
had done something to aid in perpetuating the memory of his virtues 
and valor. 

Bat perhaps no better description of the character of Col. Ter- 
kins can be given, or a more just tribute now paid to his memory, 
than is contained in a note by the Hon. Daniel Webster, written with 
his own hand on the blank leaf of a copy of his works, whldi he 
presented to him. 

Washington, April 19, 1852. 

Mt Dear Sis : — ^If I possessed anything which I might suppose 
likely to be more acceptable to you as a proof of my esteem than 
these, I should have sent it in their stead. 

Bat I do not, and therefore ask your acceptance of a copy of this 
edition of my speeches. 

I have long cherished, my dear sir, a profound, warm, affectionate, 
and, I may say, a filial regard for your person and character. I have 
looked upon you as one bom to do good, and who has fblfiUed his 
mission ; as a man without spot or blemish ; as a merchant, known 
and honored over the whole world; a most liberal supporter and 
promoter of science and the arts ; always kind to scholars and liter- 
ary men, and greatly beloved by them all ; friendly to all the institu- 
tions of religion, morality and education ; and an unwavering and 
determined supporter of the constitution of the country, and of those 
great principles of civil liberty which it is so well calculated to uphold 
and advance. 

These sentiments I inscribe here in accordance with my best judg- 
ment and out of the fulness of my heart ; and I wish here to record, 
also, my deep sense of the many personal obligations under which 
you have placed me in the course of our long acquaintance. 

Your faithfhl friend, 

DANIEL WEBSTER. 
To the Hon, Thos. H. Perkins. 

He died January 11; 1854, in the ninetieth year of his age. 

The fine engraving which I give is from a portrait by Grambar- 
della, an Italian artist^ and, I am told, was a most excellent like- 
ness of him- at the age of 73 years. The expression, it will be 
seen, is indicative of the kind and noble heart he possessed. 



BOSTON PECKS. 275 

Upon the early records of deeds in Boston are many convey- 
ances to and from the Pecks, among which are the following : From 
Thomas Peck senior Shipwright and Elizabeth his wife of 20 Acres 
of land lying and being at muddy brook in the town ship of Boston 
(B..12, p. 30) Jan 20-1680 consideration 30 pounds Deed to 
Thomas Peck jr Shipwright of pasture land in Boston (B. 13 p. 239) 
in 1684. Also, a deed from Thomas Peck of a vessel of 45 tons 
burden, then riding at anchor in the harbor of Boston dated Aug 24 
-1760 B. 7 p. 33. 

Upon the records in the ofiBce of the City Register may be found 
the following marriages, births and names of parents : 

(56) Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth, was born 
Jan. 19, 1652 ; (57) Rachd, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth, b. 
Jan. 1, 16545 (58) Joseph, son of Thomas and Elizabeth, b. Dec. 
11, 1656; (59) Faith, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth, b. Dec. 
8, 1658; (60) Ebenezereind (61) Thankful, children of Thomas and 
Elizabeth, b. July, 1665; (62) Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, b. 
Feb. 6, 1672; (63) Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, b. Juno 29, 
1674; (64) Elizabeth, daughter of John and Elizabeth, b. Feb. 26, 
1674; (65) Thomas, son of Thomas and Elizabeth, b. Sept. 12, 
1678; (66) Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph and Sarah, b. Feb. 29, 
1679 ; (67) Mary, daughter of (68) John and Elizabeth, b. July 5, 
1680; (69) John, son of John and Elizabeth, b. Oct. 6, 1685; (70) 
Joseph, son of Joseph and Sarah, b. June 8, 1686; (71) Benjamin, 
son of (72) Benjamin and Mary, b. July 22, 1687; (73) Samuel, 
son of John and Elizabeth, b. Dec. 27, 1687 ; (74) Tabilha, daugh- 
ter of (75) Nathan and Tabitha, b. March 14, 1687; (76) Samuel, 
son of Benjamin and Mary, b. Jan. 19, 1680; (77) Jane, daughter 
of Nathan and Tabitha, b. May 11, 1689; (78) Rachel, daughter 
of (79) Thomas and Hannah, b. Nov. 28, 1694; (80) William, son 
of John and Elizabeth, b. July 27, 1695; (81) Ebenezer, son of (82) 
Thomas and Joanna, b. May 8, 1696; (83) Elizabeth, daughter of 
(84) Ebenezer and Elizabeth, b. June 4, 1696 ; (85) Joanna, daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Joanna, b. Oct. 20, 1698; (86) Joseph, son of 
Thomas and Joanna, b. Aug. 27, 1701 ; (87) Elizabeth, daughter of 
(88) Thomas and Elizabeth, b. Oct. 24, 1703; (89) Joseph, son of 
(90) Joseph and Mary, b. Sept. 16, 1711 ; (91) William, son of (92) 
James and Margaret, b. Aug. 29, 1712; (93) Mary, daughter of 



276 PBGK GESEAJDOr. — APPENDIX. 

(94) Samuel and Mary, b. Not. 21, 1712 ; (95) Thomas, son of (96) 
Samuel and Elizabeth, b. Oct 17, 1715 ; (97) SamMd, son o( Samuel 
and Elizabeth, b. Sept 9, 1717 ; (98) Tlumas and (99) PAtZ^, sons 
of (100) John and Sarah, b. Not. 9, 1718; (101) Mary, dai^ter 
of Samuel and Elizabeth, b. Aug. 22, 1719 ; (102) Thomas, bob. of 
(103) Thomas and Sarah, b. March 6, 1720; (104) John, son of 
(105) John and Marr, b. July 23, 1721 ; (106) John, son of Wil- 
liam and Mary, b. June 12, 1725; (107) Samud, son of William 
and Mary, b. Oct 25, 1727; (108) Elizabeih, daughter of Thomas 
Handasyde Peck and Elizabeth, b. Feb. 14, 1735; (109) Abigail, 
daughter of Moses and Elizabeth, b. Oct 1744; (110) Robert May- 
nard, son of John and Hester, b. Oct 1, 1747 ; (111) Sarah, daugh- 
ter of Moses and Elizabeth, b. Nor. 24, 1752; (112) Samuel, son 
of Moses and Elizabeth, b. Oct 30, 1758; (113) ElisMbeth, dand- 
ier of Moses and Elizabeth, b. June 24^ 1771 ; (114) John, son of 

Thomas Handasyde and ^ b. Aug. 24^ 1743; (115) Moses, 

son of Moses and Elizabeth, b. July 4, 1766; (116) Samuel, son of 
Moses and Elizabeth, b. Sept 21, 1768. 

(117) Mary Peck and John Wells were married, Nor. 18, 1697 ; 
(118) Thomas and Elizabeth Sergeant, March 6, 1706; (119) Ben- 
jamin and Martha Clougfa, Nov. 2. 1710; (120) James and Hannah 
Baker, Jan. 25, 1710: ( 121) Samvel and Mildreth Willis, Jan. 20, 
1711: (122) Samuel and Mary Penneman, Feb. 8, 1711 ; (123) 
Mary and William Lander, June 31, 1716; (124) John and Eliza- 
beth KeUy, June 16, 1709 : (125) miliam and Mary Gould, March 
9, 1720: (126) Samuel and Elizabeth Parker, Sept 22, 1714: 
(127) John and Sarah White, Nov. 11, 1714; (128) Mary and 
William Lamb, Jan. 31, 1716; (129) Rachel and Joseph Roberts, 
Nov. 29,1716; (130) Joanna and John Rogers, Jan. 1, 1717: (131) 
John and Hannah Jackson, June 12, 1755; (132) Samud and Abi- 
gail Mason, April 20, 1721; (133) Nathaniel and Lydia Claflin, 
Oct 16, 1740; (134) Mary and Samuel Chandler, Sept 18, 1735; 
(135) Hannah and John Mosley, Aug. 30, 1722; (136) Margaret 
and Thomas Mitchel, AprQ 11,1726: (;37) Sarah and Thomas 
Odell, Nov. 9, 1727; (138) Margaret and James Hamilton, Aug. 
24, 1736; (139) Rebecca and William Yolencot, May 31, 1748: 
(140) Elizabeth 2aid James Perkins, Dec 29, 1755; (141) Nathan- 
id and Lydia Murrin, March 25, 1742; (142) Mary and John 



THE HENDON PECKS. 277 

Collins, Nov. 18, 1751; {US) - Elizaieth and Edward Marshall, 
Oct. 11, 1752; (144) Elijah and Hannah ChUd, March 13, 1790; 
(145) John and Sarah Brewer, Nov. 11, 1764; (146) Samud and 
Sarah Down, May 8, 1756. 

(.147) William Dandredge Peck, an emiuent naturalist, and for 
several years Professor of Natural History at Harvard College, 
was a descendant of one of the Boston Pecks. He was bom 
May 8, 1763. He was prepared for college by Mr. Ward, of 
Brookline. He was admitted Bachelor of Arts at Cambridge in 
1782. In 1805, he was elected Professor of Natural History. 
He died at Cambridge, Oct 3, 1822.* His father, John Peck, 
wa9 said to have been one of the most successful shipbuilders and 
scientific naval architects that the United States had then produced. 



THE MENDON PECKS. 

When the Pecks of this branch were first found, they were 
supposed to be of the Rehoboth Pecks ; and many of the families 
were traced out before it was discovered that they could not be 
connected with that branch of the name or with the Connecticut 
Pecks. After tracing them back to their ancestor, John Peck, 
of Mendon, Mass., he was supposed to be of the Boston branch, 
the son of Simon, of ffingham. As many of the branch desired 
that its descendants should be traced out, and their record pre- 
served, and to reward those who furnished information, it was 
thought best to do so. It is hoped that some of them will now 
feel interest enough in the subject to trace their ancestor back, 
and learn whatever there may be of interest in relation to him. 



* I was told that a son of his was residing in Sterling, Mass., and wrote 
him, bnt could get no response. 

I should have been pleased to have published a more extended notice of his 
fiither and a history of his ancestry, if he would have ftirnished me with it. 

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278 PECK GENEALOGY. — AFFENDDL 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PECK, OF MENDON, MASS. 

John Peck settled in Mendon, Mass., where he died, Sept. 6, 
1725. His son Simon was appointed administrator npon tiie 
estate. (Boston Records, B. 24, p. 174.) 

CHILDREN — SECOND GENERATION: 

(1) Simon Peck, son of John and Milicent, his wife, was bom March 27, 

1693-4 ; (2) Hannah, b. ; (3) John, b. March 8, 1698-9 ; (4) Maiy, b. Mardi 

28, 1702-3; (5) Elizabeth, b. Joly 16, 1709; (6) John again, b. March 27, 1714. 

[1.] SIMON» PECK, son of John,i being the eldest son, prob- 
ably inherited his father's lands, and, as appears hj the rec- 
ords at Worcester, Mass., soon began to dispose of them after 
his father's decease. He sold two Ml rights to Benjamin Taft, to 
be laid out in the eighth division, Maj 8, 1728. He also deeded, 
in 1736, seventy acres, lying at Magomisco hill, together with all 
the right, title and interest which his father had in the meadow 
known as Peck's meadow, to John Peck, Abijah Luther, and wife 
Prudence, and Elizabeth Peck, spinster, June 14, 1736. (B. 13, 
p. 340.) He deeded to Abraham Daniels, physician, a part of his 
homestead near the meetinghouse, Dec. 8, 1739. He deeded to his 
son Ebenezer twenty acres of land in Uxbridge, Oct. 24, 1 743, and 
to his sons Abraham and John all his liome farm, March 6, 1 750. 

The following is a record of his family from the Uxbridge Records : 

CniLDREX — THIRD GENERATION: 

(7)-hEbenezer, son of Simon Peck and Sarah his wife, was b. Nov. 28, 
1720; (8)-h Abraham, b. Jan. 14, 1723-4: (9)-hJohn, b. Dec. 30, 1726; (10) 
Sarah, b. Oct. 18, 1729; (11) Anna, b. AprU 22, 1732; (12) Sarah, b. Oct. 24, 
1735; (13) Mar>', b. Aug. 7, 1738. She and Sarah both married, one a Whit- 
ney and the other a Lothrope. 

[7.] EBEXEZER3 PECK, son of Simon,^ left Uxbridge about 
1750, and settled in Ashford, Conn. By the records of Uxbridge. 
it appears that the intention of marriage between him and Sarah 
Allen, of Uxbridge, was made public April 2, 1739, and that they 
were married June 19, 1739. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION : 

(14) Samuel, b. March 5, 1740-1; (15) Hannah, b. June 23, 1743; (16) Nathan, 
b. Nov. 7, 1745; (17) Racliel, b. Feb. 17, 1747-8. He afterwards had, as I am 
told, (18) Ebenezer, (19) Simon, and (20) David, of whom I find no record. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PECK. 279 

[a] ABRAHAM^ PECK, son of Simon,» settled in Coleraine, 
Mass., where he died, July 18, 1798. He married Mary Stuart, of 
Londonderry, N. H., Dec. 21, 1724. She was born May 23, 1730, 
and died Jan. 19, 1801. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GBNERATION : 

(21) Samuel, b. Sept. 18, 1766, d. Aug. 23, 1771 ; (22) Sarah, b. May 7, 1767, 
d. Sept. 4, 1771; (23) Mary, b. March 13, 1769, d. Aug. 6, 1767; (24) John, b. 
Jan. 17, 1761, d. Aug. 7, 1767; (25) Rachel, b. Nov. 11, 1767, d. Aug. 8, 1767; 
(26)+Abraham, b. June 24, 1767 ; (27) Lydia, b. Aug. 8, 1770, d. Aug. 9, 1776 ; 
(28) Margaret, b. March 23, 1773, d. Aug. 13, 1776. 

[9.] J0HN3 PECK, son of Simon,» left Uxbridge about 1753. 
He removed to Ashford, Conn., where he lived until a short time 
prior to his decease, when he removed to Vermont to reside with 
his son, where he died in 1805. He was four times married. The 
intention of his marriage with his first wife, Mary Brown, of Reho- 
both, Mass., was made public at Uxbridge, as appears by the rec- 
ords, Oct. 27, 1750. For his second wife, ho married Elizabeth 
Dennison, of Hampton, who died June 1767. For his third wife, 
he married Jerusha Preston. For his fourth, he married a widow 
Hollis. His first wife aud two children died in Rehohoth, Mass. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

By his second wife were : (29)+ Joseph; (30) Polly; (31)+John, b. Oct. 7, 
1769; (32) Rhoda, b. Feb. 3, 1761 ; (33)+David, b. Sept. 18, 1762; (34) Eliza- 
beth ; (35) Lydia, b. Dec. 26, 1766. By his third wife there were : (36) John, 
b. May 8, 1768; (37) Anna, b. Sept. 10, 1769; (38) Eunice, b. Sept. 26, 1770; 
(39) OUver, b. Aug. 7, 1772, d. young; (40) Levi, d. young; (41) Elisha, b. 
March 26, 1777. 

[26.] ABRAHAM* PECK, son of Abraham,^ settled in Cole- 
raine, where he died, March 1, 1830. He married, for his first 
wife, Arathusa BuUard, February 3, 1790. She was born in 
Northampton, Mass., April 11, 1771, and died in Coleraine, Au- 
gust 23, 1 824. For his second wife, he married a Mrs. Plympton, 
of Wardsboro', Vt. She died 1843. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(42)+Calvln, b. Nov. 1, 1791 ; (43) Samuel, b. Jan. 15, 1793 ; (44) John, b. 
May 27, 1794; (46) Jerry, b. Feb. 6, 1796; (46) Moses, b. May 2, 1798, d. July 
81, 1803; (47) Mary, b. Dec. 19, 1799, d. July 28, 1803; (48) Arathusa, b. Oct. 
12, 1801, d. July 30, 1803 ; (49) MatUda, b. Nov. 27, 1804, m. Thomas Brown, 
of Coleraine ; (60) Louisa, b. Dec. 21, 1806, m. Wimam Johnson ; (61)+Abra- 



280 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

ham, b. Nov. 2, 1808; (52) Lovella, b. May 7, 1811, m. Andrew H. Marsj, of 
Coleraine, where they were residing in 1865 ; (53) Joanna, b. Sept. 28, 181S, 
m. John C. Browning, and was residing in Chicopee, Mass., in 1865 ; (54) 
Moses, b. Sept. 26, 1817, suppose d. nnm. ; (55) Harriet, by his second wife, 
b. Aug. 16, 1826, m. Joseph Hathaway, and was residing in Millbnry> Mass., 
in 1865. 

[29.] JOSEPH* PECK, son of John,^ resided in Monson, 
Mass., where he died, Febraarj 9, 1855, aged 99 years and 6 
months. He married Eunice Jennings. She died July 16, 1832, 
aged 78 years. 

CHLLDRBN — FIFIH GENKRATIOK: 

(56) Lemuel ; (57) Lavinla, b. in 1792, m. Calvin Bowers, and settled in 
Newfield, Conn. ; (58) Roxanna, b. in 1786, m. Rodolphns Spanlding, d. lear- 
ing seven children ; (59)+Jason, b. in 1788; (60)+Ira; (61) Hannah, b. in 
1797, m. Joseph Walker, and had twelve chUdren ; (62)4~Solomon, b. May 20, 
1799. 

[31.] JOHN* PECK, son of John,^ setUed at first in Caven- 
dish, Vt., and from there removed to Weston, where he died, Sept 
21, 1849. He was twice married: first, to Rebecca Badger; 
second, to Widow Hannah Austin, who died November 14, 1848. 
His first wife died about 1810. 

CHILDREN — nrxn generation: 

(63) Olive, b. 1792, m. Joseph Baldwin, by whom she had five children, d. 
Nov. 8, 1840; (64) Palmer, d. in the 23d year of his age; (65) DoUy, b. Jan. 
15, 1794, m. Ephraim Kile ; were residing in Weston in 1865 ; have sons and 
daughters; (66)+Oliver, b. Jan. 24, 1797; (67)+Oren, b. in 1800, d. Feb. 18, 
1840; (68)+Ezekiel, b. In Cavendish, Vt., Jan. 24, 1802; (69) Rhoda, b. in 
1804, d. 1808; (70)+James I., b. July 28, 1812; (71)+Daniel D., b. Feb. 14, 
1817. 

[33.] DANIEL* PECK, son of John,^ settled in Cavendish, 
Yt., where he died. He married Abigail . 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(72) Jared, b. April 22, 1789, d. yonng; (73)+Alva, b. Feb. 27, 1793; (74) 
Lucinda, b. Sept. 26, 1795; (75) Bethiah, b. March 20, 1797; (76) Abigail, b. 
Nov. 13, 1798 ; (77) Charlotte, b. Sept. 21, 1800. 



[41.] ELISHA* PECK, son of John,^ resided in Abington, 
ConiL He died September 26, 1866. He married Sarah Badger. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PECK. 281 



CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 



(78) Jerusha, b. May 2, 1796 ; (79) Betsey, b. Dec. 15, 1796, m. Jared W. 
Snow, of Eastford, Conn. ; (80)+Alanson, b. Jane 80, 1805; (81) Minerva, b. 
April 19, 1809, m. Cyrel Kent, of Abington, Conn. 



[42.] DR. CALVIN^ PECK, son of Abraham,* settled first in 
Castine, Me., and from there removed to Ellsworth, where he died, 
February 10, 1849. He married Susan Joy, May 24, 1815. She 
was bom June 11, 1792. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(82) Mary S., b. Feb. 11, 1816, m. Emerson Googing; was residing at Mt. 
Desert in 1865 ; (88) Ann C, b. April 8, 1819, m. Asa McAlister ; was residing 
at Ellsworth in 1866; (84)+Calvin G., b. Nov. 1, 1817; (85)+Samuel J., b. 
Nov. 6, 1820 ; (86) Arethusa, b. April 20, 1822, d. Nov. 16, 1839 ; (87) WiUiam 
D., b. Oct. 10, 1828; was residing in California, onm., in 1865 ; (88)+Rowland 
H., b. Oct. 8, 1825 ; (89) Elizabeth, b. Jane 27, 1827, m. Byron G. Pettingm ; 
was residing in Ellsworth in 1865 ; (90) Sarah, b. April 7, 1829, d. April 24, 
1854; (91)+John M., b. June 19, 1888. 

[43.J SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Abraham,* settled in Blakeley, 
Pa., about 1829, where he died, July 7, 1864. By industry and 
perseverance, he became wealthy. He was a member of the church 
for many years. He took an active part in the cause of education, 
temperance, and the reforms of the day. He married Sarah Wil- 
son, December 31, 1816, for his first wife; Susan Snidecor, June 
28, 1845, for his second; and Sarah A. Bertholf, for his third, 
March 13, 1862. His first wife was born June 20, 1792; died 
July 17, 1842. His second wife died August 11, 1857. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(92)+Samuel L., b. Nov. 28, 1817; (98) Mary Ann, b. April 4, 1819, m. 
George W. Arnold, Feb. 25, 1841, by whom she has children; was residing in 
Herrick, Pa., in 1865 : (94) Sarah W., b. Jnne 25, 1821, m. Joseph M. Stephens, 
Sept. 12, 1841, by whom she has chUdren; was residing in Madison, Lnzeme 
County, in 1865 ; (95) Arathusa B., b. Dec. 29, 1828, m. Sidney P. Stevens, 
Sept. 15, 1844, d. Oct. 20, 1860, leaving children; (96)+Jonathan W., b. July 
9, 1826; (97) EmeUne O., b. May 8, 1829, m. R. S. Benjamin, May 8, 1829, by 
whom she has chUdren ; was residing in Scranton, Pa., in 1865 ; (98) Elvira 
C, b. May 8, 1829, m. Andrew C. Wise, Oct. 18, 1854 ; was residing in Peck- 
vlUe* in 1865; has chUdren; (99)+John D., b. April 26, 1881; (100)+Calvin 

* So caUed from having been built up by the business carried on by Samuel 
Peck & Sons. 

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282 PECK 6ENEAL0GT. — APPENDIX. 

F., b. July 21, 1834; (101) William W., by second wife, b. March 9, 1847; re- 
siding at Peckville in 1865 ; (102) James E., by third wife. b. April 29, 1863. 

[44.] JOHN^ PECK, son of Abraham,* was residing at Peck- 
ville in 1865. He had been twice married: first, to Elizabeth 
Champion ; second, to Catharine Jordan. Had one child. 

[45.] JERRY^ PECK, son of Abraham,* settled in Blakeley, 
Pa. He married Henrietta Stratton. 

CmLDREK — SIXTH GBNKRATION : 

(103)AdaUne; (104) EUphalet S. ; (105) Elizabeth ; (106) Mary ; (107) Char- 
lotte and (108) Chauncey.* 

[61.] ABRAHAM^ PECK, son of Abraham,* married Julia 
Torry, daughter of Samuel Torrj, of Berkshire, Tioga County, 
N. Y., August 31, 1837. He was residing at Coopersville, Ottawa 
County, Mich., in 1865. 

CHILDREK — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(109) Malvinia, b. Aug. 20, 1838, d. Ang. 23, 1838; (110) George T., b. Dec 
11, 1839; (111) Frederick, b. Sept. 24, 1841, d. Oct. 1842; (112) Albert V., b. 
Nov. 8, 1842; (113) Charles L., b. Sept. 19, 1841; (114) Sarah A., b. Jan. 1, 
1848; (115)ThankftilP., b. Apr412, 1851; (110) Lucius E., b. June 6, 1863; 
(117) Francis E., b. Dec. 31, 1865; (118) Ernest H., b. March 17, 1858; (119) 
Isabella £., b. Ang. 6, 1861. 

[56,] LEMUEL* PECK, son of Joseph,^ married Rhoda 
Cady, and settled in Belchertown, Mass., where he died, February 
24, 1860. She March 22, 1862. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(120) Mary Ann, b. Dec. 21, 1808, m. Lyman Waters ; was residing in Somers, 
Conn., in 1866 ; (121)+Robert J., b. March 14, 1811 ; (122) Absalom C, b. Jan. 
9, 1814, m. Adaline Cuttler, d. May 6, 1855; no issue; (123)-f-John B., b. July 
6, 1816, d. Feb. 4, 1852, leaving three children; (124) Abner C, b. May 31, 
1819, d. Feb. 2, 1857; (125) Sarah E., b. Aug. 31, 1821, d. Dec. 12, 1840; (126) 
Lucy C, b. Aug. 16, 1824, d. Dec. 13, 1844; (127) Joseph F., b. July 26, 1880, 
d. in 1840. 

[69.] JASON* PECK, son of Joseph,* married Linda Cady. 
He was residing in West Stafford, Conn., in 1865. 

♦ I wrote Mr. Peck for a ffore fhU record of his fkmUy, but could get no 
response. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PEOK. 283 

CHILDBSN — SECTH GENERATION: 

(128) Hinerva; (129) Eliza; (130) Mary Ann ; (181) Rhoda; (182) Sophro- 
nia; and a son, who died in Inftincy. 

[60.] IRA* PECK, son of Joseph,* was residing in StaflTord, 
Conn., in 1865. He married Mary E. Bollard. 

GHHiDRBN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(138) Lnther B. ; (184) Sarah E., who m. Emor Smith, and was residing in 
Stafford, Conn., in 1866; (186) Ira, jr. ; (186) Mary B. ; (137) Martin L., who 
m. Sophia C. Smith, and was residing in Monson in 1865 ; and (138) Mary 
Ann, who d. aged 14 years. . 

[62.] SOLOMON* PECK, son of Joseph,* settled upon the 
homestead, in Monson, Mass., where he died, July 22, 1864. He 
married Olive Bowers, May 13, 1821. She was residing with her 
son Levi in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(189) Harriet, b. April 9, 1822, m. Abel Butler, Nov. 22, 1842, d. Feb. 8, 1864; 
(140) Amos, b. Ang. 10, 1823, m. Mercy Farrar, Nov. 26, 1856; (141) Amelia, 
b. Oct. 16, 1880, m. NeweU Taylor, Oct. 1, 1854, and was residing in Palmer, 
Mass., in 1865 ; (142) Eunice J., b. Aug. 8, 1883, m. John Caughey, and was 
residing in East Bridgeport, Conn., in 1866 ; (143)+Levi, b. Aug. 13, 1836, m. 
Minerva Colbum, Oct. 7, 1857. 

[Qe.'] OLIVERS PECK, son of John,* married Lucy Austin, 
and was residing in Weston, Vt., in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(144)+John, b. Feb. 8, 1819 ; (145)-|-Almon, b. May 28, 1821 ; (146)+Sceva, 
b. June 29, 1823; (147)+Alonzo C, b. Nov. 13, 1825; (148) Lucena, b. May 
25, 1828, m. Rev. Ira Toggart; (149)-h01iver A., b. Sept. 3, 1830; (160) Lucy 
A., b. May 29, 1832, m. L. P. Dean; (151) Hannah R., b. Oct. 12, 1833, and 
was the Widow Hannah R. WUson, residing in Gaysville, Vt., in 1865 ; (152) 
Sylvia J., b. Oct.' 13, 1835, m. John H. Fisher; (153) Lucretia, b. July 28, 1840, 
m. George Metcalf ; (154) Eugene K., b. Nov. 28, 1846, and was residing in 
Vermont in 1865, unm. 

[67.] OREN* PECK, son of John,* married Sally Shattuck, 
December 4, 1823. She was bom January 29, 1777. He died 
February 18, 1840. She survived him, and married Lemuel Ab- 
bott, May 20, 1850. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(166) Oren H., b. June 26, 1825, d. April 27, 1828 ; (166)+James F., b. Jan. 
20, 1827 ; (167) Sarah, b. Feb. 10, 1829, d. July 6, 1844 ; (158) Shattuck, b- 



284 PBGE OENEAL0OY.-^APPE!n>IX. 

March 5, 1881. He was drafted, entered the army, and was killed April 2, 
1865, at the taking of Richmond; (159) Luc^ M., b. Not. 22, 1888, m. Ora 
Abbott, d. March 15, 1868; (160) Oren A., b. Feb. 10, 1886; was re8i<Mng in 
Botland, Yt., in 1865; (161) Mary £., b. May 28, 1840, m. Bansom Beckwith, 
Dec. 4, 1861, and settled in Weston, Yt. 

[68.] EZEKIEL* PECK, son of Jqhn,* settled first in Wes- 
ton, Vt, where he resided until 1847, when he moved to North 
Richmond, N. H., where he was residing in 1865. He married 
Sina Fenn, of Weston, March 31, 1831. She was bom in Lndlow, 
Vt, September 1, 1805. 

CHILDBKN — SIXTH OBNERATION : 

(162) Joel E., b. Feb. 12, 1882, d. Jan. 2, 1849 ; (163)+Oren H., b. Feb. 14, 
1884; (164) H. Annetta, b. April 16, 1886; residing at home, nnm.» in 1865; 
(165) Melvlnia, b. Jan. 20, 1888 ; residing at home, nnm., in 1865. 

[70.] JAMES F.* PECK, son of John,* has been twice mar- 
ried : first, to Phebe B. Bhodes, daughter of Amasa and Olive 
Bhodes, April 29, 1841. She was bom June 22, 1817, and died 
July 12, 1856. Second, to Mary B. Winship, daughter of John 
and Sally Winship, October 16, 1856. She was bom June 27, 
1828. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(166) Rhoda S., b. May 19, 1842, d. March 10, 1843 ; (167) Alvara F., b. 
April 23, 1846 ; (168) Angeline P., b. Feb. 20, 1860. 

[71.] DANIEL D.5 PECK, son of John,* settled in Weston, 
Vt. He married Jane Stevens. He died in Iowa, where he was 
intending to settle, Juno 15, 1851. She survived him, and married 
John H. Congdon. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(169) Almeron D., b. Oct. 6, 1843; (170) PhUetus D.,b. Dec. 27, 1847; (171) 
Edwina Jane, b. March 12, 1851. 

[73.] ALVA^ PECK, son of Daniel,^ married Charry Davis. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(172) Otis W., b. Nov. 27, 1822, d. young; (173)+Christopber, b. Dec 23, 
1824; (174) Minerva, b. Jane 14, 1826; (176) Annis, b. July 31, 1828; (176) 
Ira, b. Jane 25, 1880, m. Jenette Adams ; no issue ; (177) Sylvia, b. Aug. 7, 
1832 ; (178) Isabel, b. June 16, 1834 ; (179) Alvira, b. Feb. 6, 1837. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PEOK. 285 

[80.] ALANSON* PECK, son of Elisha,* resides in Ashford, 
Conn. He married Abigiail Carpenter, April 13, 1829. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(180) EUza A., b. March 12, 1830, m. Miner Grant, of Mansfield; (181) Julia 
C, b. March 11, 1888, m. James G. Gaylord, of Ashford, Conn. He died for 
his coontiy, Dec 22, 1864, in Salisbury prison. He was a young man very 
much respected. (182) Andrew A., b. March 4, 1885, m. Sarah CampbeU, and 
was residing in Providence, R. I., in 1865; (188)+ Joseph C, b. March 11, 
18S7, m. Delia A. Wilson, of Willimantic, Conn. He d. Aug. 8, 1865. (184) 
Abigail I., b. July 16, 1889, m. Rev. I. P. Bixby, of Boston; (185) Emily M., 
b. Aug. 80, 1841. To Mr. Peck I am under many obligations for his kindness 
in answering my letters. 

[84.] CALVIN G.« PECK, son of Db. Calvin,* married Al- 
mira L. Marcy, and was residing in Ellsworth, Me.j in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(186) Auritta A. ; and (187) Roland M. 

[86.] SAMUEL J.« PECK, son of Db. Calvin,« married 
Nancy L Conner, and was residing in New York in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(188) Calvin; and (189) Frederick W. 

[88.] ROWLAND H.« PECK, son of Dr. Calvin,* married 
Helen A. Somerby, and was residing in Ellsworth, Me., in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(190) Helen M. ; (191) WiUiam; and (192) Florence C. 

[91.] JOHN« PECK, son of Dr. Calvin,* married Ellen M. 
Frazier, and was residing in Ellsworth, Me., in 1863. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(198) Agnes M. ; (194) Frances £. ; and (195) Mary E. 

[92.] SAMUEL L.« PECK, son of Samuel,^ married Harriet 
Wilson, October 16, 1848. She was bom October 17, 1813 ; died 
January 1, 1865. He was residing in PeckvUle, Pa., in 1865. To 
his kindness I am indebted for my information in relation to his 
father and family. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(196) Charles W., b. Jan. 22, 1851 ; an infant son, b. Jone 10, 1854, d. Aug. 
10, 1854 ; (197) Sarah E., b. Aug. 10, 1855, d. Aug. 15, 1859. 



286 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIZ. 

[96.] JONATHAN W.« PECK, son of Samuel,' married 
Mercy E. Hall, May 26, 1853. She was born August 26, 1834. 
They were residing at PeckviUe, Pa., in 1865. 

(198) Fenwick L., b. Sept. 18, 1854 ; (199) Francis L., b. Oct. 28, 1856 ; (2O0) 
Myron E., b. March 5, 1861, d. Aug. 12, 1861 ; (201) Edson S., b. Dec 8, 1862. 

[99.] JOHN D.« PECK, son of Samuel,* married, for his first 
wife, Sarah C. Snidecor, August 26, 1852. She was bom February 
24, 1835, and died March 17, 1858. For his second, Dellona 
Stone, November 17, 1860. He was residing in Madison, Pa., in 
1865. 

CHILDREN — 6SVENTH OENERATIOK : 

(202) George C, b. July 17, 1853; (208) Sanford D., b. Feb. 28, 1857; (204) 
Byron N.» b. March 7» 1858 ; (205) Herbert J., b. Sept. 15, 1868. 

[100.] CALVIN F.« PECK, son of Samuel,* married Phebe 

Ann T , January 6, 1855. He was residing in Kent County, 

Del., in 1865. 

CHILDREK — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(206) Vira Isabel, b. Oct. 8, 1864 ; (207) Eva FranceUa, b. Oct. 12, 1857 ; 
(208) Dwlght, b. Nov. 7, 1859, d. April 4, 1860; an in&nt son, b. Feb. 3, 1862, 
d. Feb. 6, 1862; (209) Jenny, b. Jan. 10, 1863, d. Feb. 6, 1863; (210) Freddy 
D., b. April 23, 1864. 

[121.] ROBERT J.6 PECK, son of Lemuel,* married Julia 
Ann Loomis, in 1834, and was residing upon the homestead, in 
Belchertown, Mass., in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(211) Adelaide F., b. in 1842; and (212) Alice J., b. in 1850. 

[123.] JOHN B.» PECK, son of Lemuel,* married Caroline 
Easten. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(213) Emma, b. in 1845 ; and (214) Abner and Absalom, twins, b. in 1850. 

[133.] LUTHER B.« PECK, son of Ira,* married Lucinda 
Cross, and was residing in Monson in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(215) Ira L. ; (216) Martin L. ; (217) Charles L. ; and (218) F. B. 



DESCEirDANTS OF JOHN PECK. 287 

[136,] IRA^ PECK, son of Ira,* married, for his first wife, 
Laura Anderson ; for his second, Harriet Hoar ; and for his third, 
Charlotte Orcott. He was residing in Wales in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SBVKNTH GBNKRATIGK : 

(219) Laura M.; (220) Wmie M.; (^221) Albert; (222) Mary S.; and (228) 
Charles. 

[140.] AMOS« PECK, son of Solomon,' married Mercy F. 
Farrar. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(224) Josephine, b. Aug. 185S; (225) Albert, b. May 18^2; and two died in 
infancy. 

[143.] LEVI® PECK, son of Solomon,* married Minerva Col- 
bum, October 7, 1857. He was residing upon the homestead in 
Monson in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(226) George S., b. Sept. 1860; (227) Frank A., b. March 1864. 

[144.] JOHN® PECK, son of Oliver,* was residing in East 
Somerville, Mass., in 1865. He married Phebe Ann Barnard. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(228) John Arthur; (229) Ella Frances ; (230) Henry Austin; and (281) Lucy 
Edith. 

[145.] ALMON« PECK, son of Oliver,* married Rebecca 
W. Saunders, of Cavendish, Vt., and was residing in Proctorsville 
in 1865. 

CHILD — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(232) Sidney A. 

[146.] SCEVA« PECK, son of Oliver,* married Mrs. Sarah 
Bowen, formerly Miss Sarah Barnard. He was residing in East 
Somerville in 1865. 

CHILD — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(233) Walter Sceva. 

[147.] ALONZO« PECK, son of Oliver,* was residmg in 
Boston in 1865, and had been twice married: first, to Miss Catha- 
rine Hawlej ; second, to Mrs. Isabella DonnelL 



288 PECK 6EHRAL06T. — APPEETDIX. 

CHILD — HEVKMTIi GKXERATIOIXZ 

(234) Emma Kate. 

[140.] OLIVER A.« PECB:, son of Oliveb,' married Harriet 
A. Clark, and was residing in Boston in 1865. 

CHILDRKN — SEYKXTH GKNKRATIOX: 

(235) HatUe A., b. Not. 20, 1857; (236) Elmer A., b. July 19, 1861. 

[166.] JAMES F.« PECK, son of Oren,* married Sylria 
White, March 20, 1852. She was bom May 21, 1821. He was 
residing in Weston, Vt, in 1865. 

CHn«l>RKN — 8KVENTH GENERATION: 

(237) FUinda, b. Oct. 21, 1852 ; (238) Sarah J., b. Dec 20, 1853, d. Dec 9, 
1855 ; (239) Marion £., b. Oct. 4, 1855 ; (240) George O., b. Oct. 9, 1857. 

[163.] OREN H.« PECK, son of Ezekie^« married Hattie A. 
Cheney, June 5, 1861; bom in Chesterfield, N. H., March 17, 
1844. They were residing in Swansey, N. H., in 1865.- 

CHILDBEN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(241) Etta A., b. March 11, 1863; and (242) WilUe C, b. Sept. 1, 1864. 

[173,] CHRISTOPHER® PECK, son of Alvah,^ married 
Mary H. Esty, and was residing in Cavendish, Vt, in 1865. 

CHILD — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(243) Alvah C, b. Dec. 6, 1857. 

[183.] JOSEPH C.6 PECK, son of Alaxsox,* married Delia 
A Wilson. She died March 29, 1865. 

CHILD — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(244) Eugene B. 



DESCSirDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 289 



THE CONNECTICUT PECKS. 

The Coniiecticut Pecks are the descendants of Joseph, of Mil- 
fordy Deacon William and Henry, of New Haven, and Deacon 
Paul, of Hartford. They were among the early settlers of the 
country. Each became the ancestor, or progenitor, of a numerous 
race. Their descendants are now scattered throughout most of the 
States and territories, mixed in their settlements with each other, 
and with the Massachusetts Pecks, requiring much labor to separate 
them. 

What relationship existed between these ancestors has not been 
ascertained. None of the descendants, so far as I have learned, 
although many of them are men of wealth, and abundantly able, 
have ever attempted to trace them back to Europe, and learn the 
connection. 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, OF MILFORD, 

CONNECTICUT. 

Joseph Peck resided at first at New Haven, Conn. His name 
does not appear upon the records until about 1643, although he is 
generally supposed to have resided there earlier, and to have been 
the brother of Henry, who settled there in 1638, with whom he 
seems to have resided, or associated, and with whom he probably 
came over to this country. Who his ancestors were has not been 
learned. I found none of his descendants who would take interest 
enough in the subject to assist in doing so. He left New Haven 
about 1649, and settled at Milford. He became a member of the 
church there in 1652. He was twice married: first, to Mrs. Alice 
Burwell, widow of John Burwell ; second, to Miss Bichards. The 
house in which he resided has but recently been taken down. It 
stood near the present residence of Capt. Cornelius B. Peck, a 
great-great-great-grandson, (who resides upon a portion of the an- 
cient homestead,) and must have been more than two hundred years 
old. Its appearance was exceedingly unique and ancient, — two 
stories in front, in %e lean-to style, sloping back to about siz feet 
in rear; with a gable end to the street. He died in 1700-1. The 

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290 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

settlement of his estate is upon the Milford Records, Book of Deeds 
No. 3, pp. 75, 76 and 77. It is quite lengthy and specific He 
deeds to his son Joseph his lands, upon the conditions that he shall 
provide, for and support him during his life, reserving to himself 
the control of his house, and the right, if his son Joseph or his 
heirs should fail to provide sufficient comforts, to sell off lands firora 
time to time for that purpose. 

He gave legacies to his son-in-law, Thomas Hayes, Mary, wife of 
William Northrop, and his daughter Anna. These legacies and 
the debts were to be paid by Joseph; one-half of the legacies 
immediately after the decease of his father, and the balance within 
three years. 

CHILDBXN — SKCOND GENKRATIOK: 

(1) EUzabeth, bap. in 1651, m. Sergeant Thomas Hayes, Oct. 29, 1677; (2) 
+Joseph, bap. in 1653 ; (8)-hJolm, bap. March 4, 1655 ; (4) Mary, bop. April 
29, 1670, m. William Northrop; (5) Ann, bap. in 1672; (6) Hannah. 

[2.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ settled in Milford, 
where he died. He disposed of his estates by deeds to his sons, 
at different times, which appear upon record at Milford. He mar- 
ried Mary Camp, January 27, 1678-9. 

CHILBREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

(7)+Joseph, b. Feb. 25, 1G80-1; (8) Mary, b. Dec. 15, 1682; (9) John, b. 
Sept. 4, 1685, and d. Nov. 27, 1709; ( 10) -f Jeremiah, b. 1687; (ll)+Samuel, 
bap. 1690; (12)+Ephraim, bap. 1692 ; ( 1 3) +Henry, bap. 1695; (14) Elizabeth, 
bap. 1697; (15) -f-Nathaniel, bap. 1699; (16) AbigiOl, b. Sept. 25, 1701; (17)-f- 
Heth, b. Oct. 8, 1703. 

[3.] J0HN2 PECK, son of Joseph,^ it is supposed, settled in 
Milford ; but what became of him and his family is unknown. His 
father makes no mention of him or of his children in the settlement 
of his estate. They were probably deceased. 

They are supposed to have been : 

CHILDREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

(18)+Joseph, bap. in 1681 ; and (19) Rachel, b. in 1682. 

[7.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ at first settled in Mil- 
ford, where he resided until about 1714, when he removed to New- 
town, where he died. He was Town Clerk, and lived near what 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 291 

is now known as Newtown Street He married Abigail Baldwin, 
of Milford, January 14> 1706-7. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(20)+Jo8eph, b. Oct. 2, 1707, and bap. 1710; (21) Abigail, b. June 22, 1709, 
bap. in 1710, and d. Dec. 8, 1720; (22)+John, b. March 28, 1713; (28) Mary, 
b. Oct. 29, 1716, d. NoV. 19, 1718; (24) Elizabeth, b. March 29, 1717; (26)+ 
Moses, b. Dec. 28, 1719; (26) Mary, b. May 18, 1720; (27) Abigail, b. June 
1722. 

[10.] JEREMIAH* PECK, son of Joseph,* resided in Milford. 
He married Hannah Fisk, daughter of Dr. John Fisk, of Rhode 
Island, August 20, 1713. His will is upon record at New Haven, 
B. 10, p. 491, dated October 5, 1765. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(28) Hannah, b. May 6, 1718, m. David Clark; (29)+John, b. Dec 9, 1718; 
(30)+Jeremiah, jr., b. Jan. 12, 1720-1; (31)+Phineas, b. April 10, 1723; (82) 
Sarah, b. May 26, 1726; (88) Sibbella, b. June 24, 1728, m. Jirah BoU; (34) 
Lucy, b. Oct. 23, 1730; (36) Comfort and (36) Content, twins, b. AprU 1, 1734. 

[11.] SAMUEL' PECK, sod of Joseph,' resided in Milford 
He married Martha Clark, May 5, 1714. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(37) Martha C, b. Jan. 31, 1714-16; (38)+Samuel, b. May 21, 1716; (39) 
Mary, b. July 80, 1718; (40)+Job, b. Sept. 16, 1720; (41) AblgaU, b. in 1722; 
(42)+Nathan, b. in 1724. 

[12.] EPHRAIM' PECK, son of Joseph,' settled at first in 
Milford, and from there removed to Newtown, where he died, July 
23, 1760. His will is upon record at Danbury, Conn., B. 1, p. 1 87, 
dated February 17, 1758, and proved August 18, 1760. He mar- 
ried Sarah Ford, of Milford, November 7, 1716. 

CHILDRBN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(48) Sarah, b. July 14, 1717, m. John Plat; (44) f Henry, b. April 14, 1719; 
(46)+Bphralm, b. May 21, 1721 ; (46) Euth, b. Jan. 28, 1723-4 ; (47)+Gideon, 
b. July 2, 1726 ; (48)+Ebenezer, b. July 2, 1727 ; (49) Ann, b. Sept. 8, 1731, 
m. Caleb Malroy ; (60) Damarios. 

[13.] HENRY' PECK, son of Joseph,* resided in Milford. 
He was a Deacon of the Congregational church. He died Novem- 
ber 19^ 1762. His will is upon record* at New Haven, B. 10, p. 



292 '. PECK GEHEALOGT. — APPEirDIX. 

13, dated November 6, 1762. He was twice married : firsts to Aim 
Ford, February 8, 1722-^, who died December 28, 1726; second, 
to Mary Northrop, widow of Amos Northrop, July 4, 1729. 

CHILDRKN — FOUBTH GKNKRATION: 

(51)+Heiii7, b. Dec. 7, 1728; (52) Ami, b. Aug. 15, 1725, m. Jesse Lambert, 
Oct. 28, 1748, d. July 8, 1809 ; (58)+Bei\}amiii, b. Nov. 16, 1726 ; (54) Mehit- 
able, b. Oct. 8, 1785, m. Col. AlleD. 

[16.] NATHANIEL^ PECB; son of Jo8BPH,« at first settled* 
at Milford, and from there removed to Newtown, where he died. 
His will is upon record at Danbury, B. 3, p. 511, dated February 
23, 1776, and proved the July following. He married Phebe . 

CHILDBEK — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(55) Phebe, b. Feb. 22, 1722-8; (56)+Nathaniel, b. Oct. 9, 1734; (57) Eira; 
(58) Elisiia; (59) Eunice Foot. 

[17.] HETH^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ at first settled in Mil- 
ford, and from there removed to Newtown, about 1 740. He re- 
sided about one mile north of what is now known as Newtown 
Street. His will is upon record at Danbury, B. 7, p. 132, dated 
April 24, 1781, and proved May 8, 1797. He died May 4, 1797. 
He married Hannah Camp, February 26, 1729-30. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(60)+Heth, b. May 29, 1731; (61) Hannah, b. July 5, 1733; (62) Mary, b. 
Dec. 81, 1735; (63) Sarah, b. April 14, 1738; (64)+* Amiel, b. Jnly 24, 1740; 
(65) Ilepzibeth, b. July 23, 1742; (66)+Samuel, b. Aug. 20, 1744; (67)+Amos, 
b. Jan. 12, 1746-7; (68) David, b. Nov. 17, 1748: was deceased at the date of 
his father's wUl, leaving a son : (69) Zalmon, who married Rachel Peck (No. 
574), and resided lu Brookfleld. Their children were : (70) Sally Ann^; (71) 
Nicholas^; (72) Maria''; (73) William^; (74) Eliza^; (75) Garry^ ; and (76) 
Juliette^ 

[18.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of John,^ is supposed to have 
resided in Milford, and that (77) Joseph^ and (78) Abigail, upon 
record, baptized in 1710, were his children. 

• 

[20.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ resided in Newtown. 
He married Rebecca Shepherd, June 20, 1732. 

* He was appointed administrator upon the estate of his father, April 4, 
1798. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 293 

CHILDRXN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(79)+Aaron, b. Jan. 21, 1782-3 ; (80) Violet, b. April 28, 1785, m. Job North- 
rop; (81)+I>aiiiel, b. Dec. 27, 1786; (82) Grace, b. Nov. 28, 1788, m. Jotham 
Sherman; (88) Rebecca, b. June 6, 1742, and d. Jan. 11, 1742; (84)+John, b. 
Jan. 29, 1744 ; (85)+David, b. Sept. 16, 1747 ; (86) Mathew, b. Jan. 4, 1768. 
His will is recorded at Danbory, B. 8, p. 466, dated Feb. 1 1, 1772, and proved 
April 6, 1780. 

[22.] JOHN^ PECK, son of Joseph,' I am told, settled at 
what is now Bridgeport. He died April 22, 1768. His will is 
npon the Danbury Records, B. 3, p. 42, dated March 19, 1768, and 
proved May 17, 1768. He married Bethiah Booth, November 8, 
1739. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

« 

(87)+Jabei, b. Sept. 4, 1740; (88)+Joseph, b. May 20, 1742; (89)+A8her, 
b. July 6, 1744 ; (90) Abigail, b. March 28, 1746 ; (91)+Israel, b. June 14, 
1748 ; (92) Eluathan, b. Sept. 80, 1754, old style, d. Dec. 1767. 

[25 ] MOSES^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ resided in Newtown. 
His will is upon record at Danbury, B. 9, p. 539, dated July 6, 
1795. He married Elizabeth Baldwin, December 1, 1748. She 
died December 25, 1798. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(93) Ruth, b. Oct. 80, 1749; (94)+Abel, b. Jan. 26, 1760-1; (96;+Eno8, b. 
July 27, 1762; (96) Ann, b. Feb. 6, 1754; (97) Mary, b. June 28, 1766; (98) 
Coziah, b. Aug. 19, 1766; (99)+Hezekiah, b. Aug. 14, 1768; (100) Caleb, b. 
Aug. 9, 1760; (101) Betty, b. Jan. 11, 1762; (102)+Dan, b. June 10, 1763; 
(103) Lois, b. Jan. 26, 1766; (104) Esther, b. Oct. 26, 1766; (106) Sarah, b. 
AprU26, 1768; (106) Nathan, b. Sept. 16, 1769, d. Dec. 6, 1769; (107)+Na- 
than, again, b. Oct. 11, 1771. 

[29.] JOHN* PECK, son of Jeremiah,' resided in Milford, 
where he died. His will is upon record at New Haven, B, 16, p, 
623. He married Sarah Piatt, February 15, 1760-1. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(108) Sarah, b. Oct. 15, 1751, m. an Andrews; (109) Mehitable, b. Feb, 15, 
1753, m. David Camp; (110)+John, b. June 26, 1755; (111)+ Joseph, b. Aug. 
26, 1757. 

[30.] JEREMIAH^ PECK, son of Jeremiah,^ settled at first 
in Milford, but from there removed to Watertown, about 1752, 

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294 PECK 6ENEAL0GT. — APPBETDDL 

where he died. He married Frances Platt^ daughter of Josiah 
Piatt, October 26, 1743. 

CmLDRKK — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(112)+Jeremiah, b. Nov. 4, 1744; (113) Content, b. May 80, 1747; (114) Is- 
aac, b. Feb. 9, 1748-9. He enlisted into the army of the Beyolntion, and was 
drowned while in the service. (115) Bei^amin, b. in 1750; also entered the 
army, and died of the camp distemper; (116)+Simeon, b. Ang. SO, 1752; 
(117) Comfort; and (118) Abigail, the dates of whose births I could not 
learn. 

[31.] PHINEAS^ PECK, son of Jeremiah,^ settled in what 
was then known as Amity, now a part of Woodbridge, Conn. He 
left Milford about 1776. He was the first deacon of the first 
church in Woodbridge. His will may be found upon record at 
New Haven, B. 23, p. 147. He married Deborah Clark, February 
18, 1745-6. She died January 1803. 

CHILDRKN— FIFTH OEXKRATION : 

(119)+Phinea8, b. Jan. 1, 1746-7; (120)+Samnel F., b. March 25, 1750; 
(121) Deborah, b. Oct. 8, 1752, m. Deacon Nathan Piatt; (122)+Zenns, b. 
Jan. 11, 1755; (128) Naomi, b. May 8, 1758, m. Stephen Hine, and seUled in 
New Milford; (124) Bazeleel, b. March 8, 1761, m. Martha Bradley, of Wood- 
bridge, and moved to Derby, Conn., where he died, aged about 75. His chU- 
dren were: (125) Deborah^; (126) Harriett; and (127) PaWy.«— (128) Anon,b. 
Sept. 20, 1763, m. a Beechcr, and had one son, named (129) Beecker.^ 

[38.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided in Milford. 
He married Hannah Jennings, of Fairfield, Conn., August 18, 1735. 

CUILDREN — FIFTH GEKERATION : 

(130)+Samoel, b. Aug. 22, 1736; (131)+Mlchael, b. Aug. 10, 1738; (132) 
Sarah, who m. Mansfield Stone ; and (133) Mebitable, who, I am told, m. Ne- 
hemiah Lewis, of South Britain, Conn. 

[40.] JOB^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ settled in Stratford. He 
married Betsey Judson, July 31, 1744. She was born September 
25, 1725, and died December 21, 1780. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GKNERATION : 

(134) Sarah, b. July 27, 1745; (135)+John, b. April 2, 1747; (136)+Jndson, 
b. May 27, 1749; (137)+Josiah, b. Oct. 15, 1751; (138)+Job, b. Feb. 7, 
1753; (139) Beardsley, b. June 7, 1756; (140) James, b. March 17, 1759, d. 
Sept. 1779; (141) Johanna, b. March 2, 1761, m. J. Betts, and d. Dec. 24, 
1782; (142) Phineas, b. July 26, 1764, d. Sept. 1766; (143) Phebe, b. April 24, 
1768, m. E. Wheeler, and d. at Stratford. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 295 

[42.] NATHAN^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided in Strat- 
ford. He married Tabatha Bears, September 12, 1750. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(144) Josiah, b. Oct. 20, 1751; (145) Mary, b. Sept. 1, 1758; and perhaps 
others, whose births were not recorded. 

[44,] HENRY* PECK, son of Ephraim,^ resided in Newtown. 
His will is recorded at Danbury, B. 7, p. 1. He was twice mar- 
ried: first, to Ann Smith, December 23, 1755 ; second, to Hannah 
Leavenworth, August 6, 1765. 

CHILDREN — TIFTH GENERATION : 

(146)+Zalinon, b. May 10, 175S; (147) Lemuel, b. April 8, 1766, who was 
twice married. His first wife was Amey Peck (Ko. 251), daughter of Jabez 
Peck. His second wife was Mary Griffen. He resided in Newtown, where 
he died in 1889, leaving no issue. (148) Mercy, b. Aug. 10, 1767, m. Levi 
Peck (No. 164) ; (149) Hannah, b. April 6, 1770, m. Dan Peck (No. 102) ; (150) 
+Andrew, b. May 21, 1778 ; (151)+Samuel, b. July 2, 1776. 

[45.] EPHRAIM* PECK, son of EPHRAm,^ resided in New- 
town, where he died, July 21, 1801.* His son Levirus was ap- 
pointed administrator upon his estate, August 20, 1801, B. 8, p. 33. 
He married Sarah Porter. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(152)+Shadroch, b. March 18, 1741 ; ( 153) +Enoch, b. July 19, 1748; (164) 
Sarah, b. July 24, 1746; (155)+Nathan, b. Jan. 10, 1749; (156)+EU, b. June 
2, 1751; (167)+Leviru8, b. Aug. 12, 1763; (158) Anna, b. April 20, 1756; 
(159)+Isaac, b. Aug. 2, 1758; (160) Mabel, b.Peb. 17, 1761; (161)+Ephraim, 
b. May 20, 1768. 

[47.] GIDEON* PECK, son of Ephraim,^ married Abiah 
Smith, January 28, 1752, and settled in Newtown. His will is 
upon record at Danbury, B. 5, p. 507, dated January 6, 1790, and 
proved Februaiy 27, 1790. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(162)-f-George, b. Dec. 2, 1752; (168)+01iver, b. July 9, 1754; (164)+ 
Leyi, b. April 1, 1758; (165) Anna S., b. March 16, 1760, m. Samuel Beers; 
(166) Abiah, b. March 31, 1762, m. a Bristol; (167)+Gideon ; (168)+Abner; 
(169) Mary, m. a Beers ; (170) Currence ; and (171) Amarillius. 

* At his ftineral, I am told, were his seven sons and three daughters, and 
many grandchUdren. 



296 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

[48.] EBENEZER* PECK, son of Ephraim,' married Sarah 
Booth, March 13, 1757, and settled in Newtown, where he died, 
July 26, 1805. His will is upon record at Danbury, B. 9, p. 97, 
dated August 14, 1798, and proved August 19, 1805. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH OEinSBATION : 

(172) Truman, b. Jan. 13, 1758, d. Jane 28, 1759; (178) Truman, again, b. 
Oct. 22, 1759; (174) Eunice, b. Dec. 1, 1761, m. PhUo Blaclonan; (175) Eben- 
ezer, d. num.; (176) Ammon, d. num.; (177) James, m. Sarah Cobom; (178) 
Holdah, d. unm. 

[61.] HENRY^ PECK, son of Henry,« removed from Milford 
and settled in Brookfield, where he became a wealthy farmer for 
those days. 

He was Deacon of the Congregational church for many years, 
of the old puritan cast, pious and conscientiously strict in all the 
requirements of his religious creed. He was noted for his kind- 
ness and benevolence, and the interest he took in the cause of 
truth and Christianity. He was also a prominent public man. He 
was a Justice of the Peace for many years, and by his just and im- 
partial decisions obtained the confidence of the public. 

He was twice married : first, to Rachel Lambert, of Milford ; 
second, to Mrs. Abia Peck, of Newtown (widow). His first wife 
died January 29, 1792. He died October 4, 1808. His second 
wife survived him.* His will may be found upon record at Dan- 
bury, B. 10, p. 32, dated May 20, 1802. 

CUILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(179) Mary, b. Dec. 25, 1762, m. David Jackson, by whom she had the fol- 
lowing cliildren : Lucy,^ b. Oct. 15, 1773, m. Zardls Skidmore ; Jesse,* b. May 
10, 1775, m. Lucy .B. Terrell and Fanny M. Hawley; Rachel,* b. Oct. 1, 1776, 
d. yoang; Amos,* b. Jane 8, 1778; Henry,* b. March 21, 1780, m. Annis Skid- 
more ; John,* b. May 25, 1782, m. Sophia Lake ; Eachel,* b. Jan. 16, 1784, m. 
Thomas Shute; Fatty,* b. Oct. 30, 1785, m. Morris Birdsell; Clarry,* b. July 
10, 1787, m. first, John Segar; second, John VantUe; Polly,* b. Jan. 12, 1789, 
m. Daniel Stone; Reuben,* b. Nov. 15, 1790; Nirum,* b, March 7, 1793. This 
large famUy, I am told, settled in Danbury, where they were wealthy, and 
among the most prominent citizens. — (180)-f David, b. March 21, 1755 ; (181) 
Jesse L., b. May 31, 1757, d. May 10, 1773; (182) John, b. Dec. 3, 1759; (183) 
Rachel, b. Feb. 7, 1762, d. Oct. 3, 1796, unm. (184) Henry, b. March 3, 1766; 
(185)-|-Amos, b. April 5, 1769. 

♦ She was the widow of Gideon Peck, of Newtown (No. 47), and the mother 
of his son John's wife. 



DBSCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 297 

[53.] BENJAMIN* PECK, son of Hbnby,^ resided in Mil- 
ford. He was a prominent man. He was in the Revolutionary 
War, and was Captain of the company from Milford. He married 
Mary Smith, daughter of Jesse Smith, of Milford. 

CHLLDRBN — FIFIH GENERATION: 

(186)+AbTahiim» b. Jane 29, 1761 ; (187)+Bei\Jamiii, b. April 24, 1764; (188) 
Sarah, b. Koy. 25, 1765, m. Stephen Gann, and settled in Milford, where she 
died, leaving the foUowing children: Sarah,^ who m. Ab^ah Carrington; 
Anna,* who m. Bey. Benjamin Fenn ; Stephen,* who m. Famelia Treat ; iVo- 
than,* who m. Lucretia Fenn ;"and Susan,* who d. unm. — (189) Anna, b. March 
12, 1768, m. John Strong, and settled in Milford, where she died. Her children 
were : Nanqf,* who m. Jose^^h Pruden ; settled in Georgia ; and Stlah* Strong, 
town clerk of Milford in 1867. 

[56.] NATHANIEL* PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ resided at 
first in Newtown, and from there removed to Hinesburgh, Vt, 
where he died. He married Mary Foot, October 16, 1760. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(190)+£lUah, b. Sept. 8, 1761 ; (191) Joel, b. March 4, 1764, who was three 
times married, and left descendants, whom I was unable to trace out suffi- 
ciently to give a record of them; (192) 011a, b. March 25, 1765; (193) Ezra, 
b. April 20, 1770, and, I am told, settled at Hinesburgh, Vt., at first, and fix>m 
there removed to Fotsdam, K. Y., where he died, leaving four sons, who died 
young, and two daughters. 

[60.] HETH* PECK, son of Heth,^ married Mary Skidmore, 
and settled in Newtown. He resided about one mile north of what 
is now known as Newtown Street. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(194) Amos, who d. unm. ; and (195)+Elnlithan. 

[64.] AMIEL* PECK, son of Heth,^ settled in Brookfield at 
an early date, and was, I am told, a Deacon, or Warden of the 
church for many years. He married Hepzibah Camp. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(196)+Julius ; (197) Lemuel, m. Amey Sherman ; no issue. He was the in- 
ventor of a com sheUer and fuming miU, which he manuflEu^tured quite exten- 
sively. (198) Chloe, m. Joseph Bassett, and settled in Canfleld, Ohio ; (199) 
Folly, m. Azor Buggies, and removed to Canfleld ; (200) Hannah, m. Cyrus 
Warner; (201) Alice, m. a Bennett. 



298 PECK 6ENEAL0OT. — APPENDIX. 

[66.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Heth,' was twice married: 
first, to Sarah Skidinore ; second, to Sarah Burrett (widow). He 
resided in Newtown, where he died. May 12, 1832. 

CHILDBEN — IIFTH GENEKATIOK: 

(202)+l8aac b. Joly 7, 1776 ; (208) Annis, who m. Bichard Botsfoid; (204) 
Clarissa, m. Bei^amin C. Glover; (205)+I>aYld ; and (206) Joanna, who m. 
Gould Curtis. 

[67.] AMOS^ PECK, son of Heth,' married Sarah Lobdell, 
and resided in Newtown. 

Cfnr.DRKN — FDTH GSNKRATION : 

(207) Amos, who resided in Kewtown, where he died, leaving two daugh- 
ters; (208) Hannah, d. yonng; (209) Mary, m. James B. Fairman, and d. In 
Kewtown, leaving chUdren; (210) Chloe, d. young; (211) Andrew, d. young; 
(212) Hannah, d. young. 

[79.] AARON* PECK, son of Joseph,^ resided in Newtown 
at first^ and from there removed to Sandgate, Yt 

CHILDREN — SIXTH OKNERATION : 

(213)+Joshua, b. Sept. 9, 1756; (214) Kebecca, b. Feb. 18, 1767; (216) Vio- 
let, b. Feb. 1, 1769; (216)+Elias, b. Oct. 23, 1760; (217) Adonlram, b. Aug. 1, 
1762; (218) Joel, b. Sept. 1, 1765; (219) Andrew, b. Oct. 27, 1769, m. Lncinda 
Booth. His chUdren were : (220) Orlando''; (221) JoeP ; (222) Legrandisan' ; 
(223) Sabrd'; (224) Marion'; and (226) George jB.'— (226) Susannah, b. July 
26, 1770. 

[81.] DANIEL^ PECK, son of Joseph,* resided in Newtown, 
where he died April 3, 1776. His inventory was presented to the 
Court of Probate, June 4, 1776 (Danbury Records, B. 3, p. 326). 
He married Hannah B. Johnson, December 1, 1761. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATIOX : 

(227) Lucy, b. Oct. 17, 1762, d. June 2, 1764; (228) Lucy, again, b. July 23, 
1764; (229) Ruan», b. July 11, 1766; (230) Samuel, b. Aug. 12, 1768; (231) 
OUve, b. March 18, 1771 ; Zadah, b. July 13, 1773; (232) AbigaU, b. March 11, 
1776. 

[84.] JOHN* PECK, son of Joseph,* resided in Newtown, and 
died there, July 21, 1820. He married Emily Burrett, September 
3, 1767. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(233)+RufUs, b. March 6, 1768; (234) Grace, b. Feb. 8, 1770, d. June 1771; 
(235) Comfort, b. March 11, 1772-3, m. OUver Toucey, of Newtown; (236) 



DfiSCEKDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 299 

Grace, again, b. April 14, 1775, m. Ammon Hall, and settled in Vennont ; (237) 
Lavlnia, b. Marcli 29, 1780, m. Josepli Borritt; (288) Clara, b. Dec. 19, 1782, 
m. John Johnson, of Newtown. 

[86.] DAVID* PECK, son of Joseph,^ married Mary Stillson, 
and resided in Newtown. 

CHILDSEN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(289) David, m. Prudence Glover. His children are : (240) WitUhrqp'; (241) 
JOmison'; and (242) Mary AnnJ^(2iS) Hannah, m. Chauncey Botsford ; (244) 
Daniel, m. Sally Ann Sherwood. His children are : (245) Eunice'; (246) Da- 
vid'; (247) Chauncey B.,'' the fkther of David J. Peck,' who is a lawyer resid- 
ing in New Haven, Conn. (248) Joseph''; (249) Mnot'' ; and (260) Norman''; 
who settled in Monroe, Conn. 

[87.] JABEZ* PECK, son of John,^ resided in Newtown. He 
was twice married; first, to Abiah Sanford, July 17, 1764; second, 
to Mabel Eamburly.* 

CHITJOREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(251) Amey, b. Jan. 80, 1766; (252) Elnathan, b. Oct. 19, 1767, and d. at 
Salsbnry, N. Y., March 1842, where his son (258) Alomo' was residing in 
1852; (254) John, b. Ang. 1, 1769; (255) Phidema, b. Sept. 19, 1771, m. EU 
Beers ; (256) Anne, b. May 19, 1778 ; (257) Daniel, b. in 1776, settled in Dar- 
ham, N. Y., where he d. in 1811, leaving children. He was a tanner and cnr- 
rier by trade and occupation ; (258) Ira, b. in 1784, was residing in Ripley, N. 
Y., in 1865 ; (259) BnrweU, b. in 1785, was residing in Durham in 1852. His 
sons (260) Henry J? and (261) Williav^^ were doing business at Coxsackie, N. 
Y., in 1867; (262) Zenus, d. in Chautauque, N. Y., June 1851; (268) Abby; 
and (264) Maria. 

[88.] JOSEPH* PECK, son of John,^ resided in Newtown, 
where he died, May 6, 1796. He was a professor of religion, exem- 
plary and respected. He married Mary Castle. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

• 

(265) Joseph, m. Anna Williams, and had ten children ; (266) Anson, m. 
first, Anna HubbeU ; second, Laura Sharp, and left three children ; (267) Ab- 
ner, d. unm. ; (268) Sabra, m. Dennis Nash, and was residing in Westport, 
Conn., in 1867; (269) Cyrus, settled in New Durham, N. Y., where he d., 
leaving two children ; (270) Abigail, m. Charles Avery, and was supposed to 
have been drowned whUe crossing the North River; (271) BusseU, m. Mary 
Ralyea. His chUdren are : (272) .^wkjZiiw' ; (27S) Eliza' ; (274) William B.,'' yrho 
was residing at NapierviUe, Hi., in 1867; (275) Buasell CJ ; (276) Richard'; 

* The house in which he resided was standing when I visited the town in 
1867. 



300 PECK OENEALOOY. — APPBETDIZ. 

(277) Sarah Jane'; and (278) 8abra.''^(279) Beaben, was residing In West- 
field, N. Y./ in 1867; (280) Asahel, is a Methodist clergyman, and was residing 
in Portland, N. Y., in 1867. To his kindness I am indebted for my information 
in relation to the Aunily. He m. Celestia Tinkcom, and has six children. 

[89.] ASHER* PECK, son of John,* resided in NewtowiL He 
married Sarah Jadson, Noyember 17, 1768. 

GHILDRKN — SIXTH GKNXRATION: 

(281) Lemira, b. Ang. 5, 1796; (282) Lncinda, b. Dec 9, 1770; (28S) Jera- 
sha, b. May 9, 1778; (284) John, b. Jan. 8, 1775; (285) Abel, b. June 26, 1776; 
(286) Jndson, b. Jan. 10, 1778 ; (287) Edmond B., b. April 2, 1784. 

[91.] ISRAEL* PECK, son of John,* resided in Newtown, 
where he died February 18, 1821. He married Deborah Bdrr for 

• 

his first wife, and Huldah Lake for his second. 

CHILDRKN — SEETH OSNKRATION : 

(288) Tumey, b. Oct. 1776, m. Rebecca Jadson, and settled In Newtown. 
His chUdren were: (289) Burr'; (290) Fairman' ; (291) Nancf ; (292) 
Behecca'' ; (29S) ^Harry^ ; and (294) /S^Zvfa.^— (295) Betsey, m. James B. Fair- 
man ; (296) Oliver, m. Charity Baymon for his first wife, and Polly Sandfbrd 
for his second. He d. in Newtown, learing no Issne. 

[94.] ABEL* PECK, son of Moses,^ settled at Fishkill, N. Y., 
where he died. He married Hannah Davis. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(297) Moses; (298) David; and (299) Betsey; all settled at FishkiU. 

[96.] ENOS* PECK, son of MosBS,^ resided in Newtown. He 
was twice married : first, to Sibbel Griffen ; second, to a Mrs. Mar- 
shall. 

CHTT.T>REN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

(300) Wooster, m. Betsey Marshall, and had: (301) Elizabeth'; (302) 
Elliott MJ' ; and Henrietta 3f.,^ who m. a Lathrop. — (303) Abraham, set- 
tled in Zoar, a tailor by trade; (304) Arthur S. ; (305) Hanrey ; (306) Jemsha; 
(307) Sarah Ann; (308) Zaba; and (309) Esther, who m. RufUs Snxners, and 
was residing in Birmingham in 1867. 

[99] HEZEKIAH^ PECK, son of Mosbs,^ settled at Fishkill, 
N. Y. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(310) SaUy; (311) Miah; (312) Thomas and (318) Horace, twins ; and (314) 
Caleb. 



DEBOSanOAKTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 301 

[102.] DAN« PECK, son of Moses,* settled in Newtown, 
where he died March 25, 1 833. He married Hannah Peck, No. 
149, daughter of Henry Peck. 

CmLDRSK — SIXTH OBNERATION: 

(315) Marcia; (816) Charles, who m. Freeloye Nash, and had children: 
(317) Charles'; and (318) Henry.'' —(319) Hezekiah, d. nnm.; (320) Herman, 
m. Maria HoUy, and had children : (321) Sylvia MJ ; (322) Edvoard B.'' ; (323) 
ElizaheOi' ; and (324) Herman H? — (325) Lorin, m. Jane A. Lawrence; 
had chUdren: (326) ArQiw QJ; and Marcia J —(327) Sylvia, d. nnm. 

[107.] NATHAN* PECK, son of Moses,* settled in Sand- 
gate, Vt, where he died. He married Cynthia Terrell. 

CHILDRXN — SIXTH OBNERATION: 

(328) Grandvme ; (329) Elvira; (330) Nelson; (331) SaUyAnn; and (332) 
Orvme. 

[1 10.] JOHN* PECK, son of John,* enlisted into the army of 
the Reyolution, and served through the war. He married Mary 
Camp, and settled in Litchfield, Conn., where he died December 
1831. 

CHILDBXN — SEETH GENERATION: 

(333) Marqnis De L., b. Jan. 11, 1791, m. Hannah Jndson. His children 
are : (334) George WJ' ; (335) Mary A,''; and (336) Henry J.,'' who m. Mary A. 
Squires, and has two children: (337) LoUie BJ*; and (338) Henry A.^ —(339) 
Anna, b. Jan. 12, 1794, m. Joseph Wells; (340) Sarah, b. March 4, 1804, d. 
nnm. 

[111.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of John,* married Hannah Lam- 
bert, of Milford, Feb, 16, 1778, and settled in Woodbury, where he 
resided until about 1814, when he removed to Onondaga, N. Y., 
where he died March 5, 1829. 

CHILDKEN — SIXTH OENEBATION : 

(341) Nancy, b. June 5, 1779, m. a Hantingdon, and settled at Onondaga, K. 
T. ; (342) Mehitable, b. May 3, 1781, m. Jndson Morris, and settled in Wood- 
bury, Conn. ; (343) Jeremiah, b. Ang. 8, 1783, m. FoUy Blois, Nov. 8, 1804, 
and settled in Woodbury, where he d. Dec. 1863. His son (344) Henry H^ 
was residing upon the homestead in 1866. (345) John, b. May 1, 1785 ; was a 
physician, and settled in Bnrlington, Vt., where he died Jnly 24, 1862. He 
married Almira C. Keyse. She died Oct. 16, 1842. His children are : (346) 
Francis C.,» b. Nov. 29, 1809, d. March 20, 1813; (347) John H,'' b. Dec. 24, 
1810; resides in New York; (348) Julian C. P.,' b.Dec. 17, 1812; was residing 
in New Tork in 1867; (349) Francis C.,' b. Nov. 28, 1814, d. Aug. 19, 
1817; (850) Samuel C.,^ b. May 29, 1816, d. Nov. 3, 1816; (351) Theodore 

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302 PECK OEKEALOGT. — APPENDIX. 

• 

^./ b. Aug. 8, 1817; was residing in Watertown, N. Y., in 18G7; (S32) 
Charge R.^ b. Noy. 4, 1819; was residing in San Francisco in 1867; 
(853) William W.^ b. Jan. 17, 1821; was residing in Schenectady, N. 
Y., in 1867; (854) Edward W.,'' b. Jan. 20, 1828; was residing in Burlington, 
Vt., in 1867 ; (355) Henlen M. Y.,' b. Aug. 19, 1825, d. Feb. 28, 1827. —(356) 
Sarah, b. May 16, 1787, m. a Bir. Hooker, and was residing in Jersey Ci^ in 
1866, a widow. 

[112.] JEREMIAH* PECK, son of Jeremiah,* resided in Wa- 

tertown. Conn. He was twice married ; first, to Miss Scott^ 

hj whom he had three children, none of whom surviyed infancy; 

• 

second, to Lois BnnnelL 

m 
CHILDBKN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(856) Lois Ann, who d. onm. ; and (857) Content, who m. Benoni Barney, 
and had by liim eight children. 

[116.] SIMEON^ PECK, son of Jeremiah,^ married Sarah 
Merriman, and settled in Watertown, Conn. 

CHUJORKN — SIXTH OENEBATIOir: 

(858) Isaac, b. in 1782, who was twice married: first, to Roxy Bijan; 
second, to Maiy Maltby, and had three sons : (859) Jeremiah'; (860) Urtdet' 
iek''; and (361) LemueV —(862) Abigail, b. in 1788, m. Jolm Seymore, and set- 
tled in Weymonth, Ohio; (363)+Bei\jamin, b Dec. 27, 1785. 

[119.] PEINE AS^ PECK, son of Phineas,^ settled in Wood- 
bridge, Conn. He entered the service in the war of the Revolution, 
and was taken prisoner and confined in the Old Sugar House in 
New York, where so many perished through the inhumanity^Of the 
British. He was reduced, I am told, to a mere skeleton, but finally 
released and brought home by men upon a hand litter from New 
York. He soon after died. 

CHILDRKN — SIXTH GESEELATlOSl 

(384) Eunice, who m. Nicholas Beecher ; (365) EUzabeih, who m. Dr. Jared 
Munson ; and (366) Lucy, who m. Jerry Riggs. 

[120.] SAMUEL F.* PECK, son of Phutbas,^ married Eliza- 
beth Piatt, and settled in Woodbridge, where he died May 1834. 
She died June 1841, in her 93d year. 

CmLDRKN — SIXTH GE^TERATION : 

(361| Elizabeth, b. Ang. 5, 1774, m. Camp Newton; (363) Sarah, b. Feb. 20, 
1776, m. £dward Hine ; (369)+Phineas, b. Jan. 2, 1778 ; (370) Holdah, b. Jan* 
27, 1780; and (371)+Samael, b. Feb. 15, 1781. 



DBSGEXBAKTS OF JOSfSPH PECK. 303 

[122.] ZENUS* PECK, son of Phineas,^ married Hannah 
Treaty and resided in Woodbridge. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH OKXERATION : 

(372)+Jerre; (S78) Maiy; (S74) Zenas; and (375) Hannah. 

[130. J SAMUEL* PECK, son of Samuel,* married Mehitable 
Smith, July 7, 1762, and settled in Milford, where he died June 12, 
1822. She died January 1826, aged 85 years. He was captain 
of a company from MiUprd in the war of the Revolution, and a very 
prominent man. 

CHILDRXN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(376) Mehitable, b. Feb. 18, 1762-3, m. Abraham aark, of MUford, andd. Dec 
1851 ; (377) Samuel, b. Oct. 19, 1764, d. Nov. 28, 1841. He was a shipmaster. 
(378) Sphraim, b. Kov. 19, 1766. He was a draper and tailor. His chUdren 
were: (879) J^kraim' ; (380) Egbert; (881) Dumond'; (382) CatkaHne' ; and 
(383) Rachel,^ —(384) Heaekiah, b. Dec 25, 1768, d. Jan. 13, 1846 ; was a far- 
mer, and resided in Milford. His chUdren were: (385) Sarah'; (386) Heze- 
kiah^; and (887) BenjanUn BJ — (388)+Nathan, b. March 20, 1771 ; (389)+Mi. 
chael, b. Ang. 12, 1773; (390) Dan, b. Kov. 28, 1775; resided in Milford. His 
children were: (391) Dan'; (392) Isaac'; (393) Bezekiah' ; (394) SamueV ; 
(395) Eliza'; and (396) BJannahP; and perhaps others. 

[131.] MICHAEL^ PECK, son of Samuel,* resided in Mil- 
ford. 

CHILDBEK — SIXTH GENERATTOK: 

(397) David, d. In Milford; (398) James, d. at sea; (399) Cole, d. at Oxford; 
(400) Anthony, d. at sea; (401) Michael, d. at Darien, Ga. ; (402) Henry; (403) 
Sybel; (404) Esther; and (405) Sarah. 

[135.3 JOHN* PECK, son of Job,* married Mary Brooks, 
May 8^ 1770, and settled in Stratford, Conn. 

CHILDBBK — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(406) David, b. July 19, 1771, d. Jan. 9, 1773; (407) Mary, b. Nov. 15, 1773; 
(408) John, b. Feb. 26, 1776, d. Dec 13, 1777; (409) John, b. Aug. 9, 1778; 
(^410) EUzabeth, b. Dec 22, 1781, d. Jan. 30, 1785; (411) David B., b. May 16, 
1783, d. Feb« 4, 1785; (412) Betty, b. Nov. 13, 1785; (413) WilUam, b. Feb. 25, 
1788. 

[136.] JUDSON* PECK, son of Job,* resided in Stratford. 
He married Mary Blackman, December 20, 1775. 

CHILDBEN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(414) SaUy, b. Sept. 19, 1776; (415) Dorotha, b. April 24, 1779; (416) Jad- 
•on, b. Feb. 27, 1782, d. July 29, 1782; (417) Jadson, again, b. Sept. 13, 1783; 
(418) Anna, b. Aug. 13, 1786 ; and (419) Polly, b. Dec 6, 1789. 



304 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

[137.] JOB* PECK, son of Job,* resided in Stratford. He 
married Martha Wells, November 17, 1777. He died February 5, 
1797; she September 15, 1798. 

CHILDBXK — SIXTH OKNERATION : 

(420) James, b. Jane 21, 1778, m. Abigail Starges, and d. at Sollivan, K. T., 
Sept. 22, 1882. His chUdren are : (421) Joel 8.^; (422) Sophia'; (428) Sam- 
uel^ ; (424) JafM9^ ; (425) Martha Ann' ; and (426) Sarah, P.' — (427)4-Pliincas, 
b. July 7, 1780; (428) Johanna, b. Oct. 9, 1782; (429) Lewis, b. Jane 24, 1785, 
m. Hannah White, and lived and died in Stratford; (433) Joseph, b. Maj9, 
1789. He was residing in New Lisbon, N. Y., ii^ 1866. His children are : 
(431) George FJ; and (432) Cornelius EJ —(433) Charles, b. Oct. 7, 1791, d. in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1860, where his son (434) Charles' vrna residing in 
1861. — (435)+John Wells, b. April 23, 1794 ; and Lewis, again, b. Oct. 3, 
1796. 

[138.] JOSIAH* PECK, son of Job,* resided in Stratford. He 
married Helen Birdseye, November 9, 1774. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(436) Thaddeas, b. Aag. 23, 1775 ; resided in Stratford, where he left descend- 
ants ; (437) Josiah, b. Nov. 19, 1777, d. Dec. 26, 1785 ; (438) Helen, b. Jan 26, 
1780, d. Jan. 28, 1783; (439) Birdseye, b. Jan. 23, 1784, m. Frauds Ann Gil- 
bert, and d. aboat 1813, leaving one son (440) Nathan B.,'' who was residing 
in Cinclnnatns, N. Y., in 1866. —(441) Josiah, b. Feb. 26, 1786, d. in the West 
Indies ; (442) Allls, b. Aag. 9, 1788, m. Angas Curtis. 

[146.] CAPT. ZALMON* PECK, son of Henby,^ resided in 
Newtown, where he died April 21, 1812. He was twice mar- 
ried : first, to Zilpha Hard ; second, to Mrs. Sarah Booth (widow). 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(443)+Zera S., b. Dec 18, 1752; (444)+Ezekiel, b. March 8, 1786. 

[160.] ANDRE W^ PECK, son of Henry,^ settled at first in 
Newtown, where he resided until 1813, when he removed to New 
Milford, since a part ot Bridgewater, Conn. He married Lncinda 
Terrell. He died August 25, 1826; she September 5, 1848, aged 
73 years. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(445) Mercy, b. April, 25, 1795, m. Sylvester Sherman, and was residing in 
Bridgewater in 1867; (446)+Sherman, b. March 8, 1797; (447) Amey, b. Oct. 
4, 1799, m. Daniel Merwin Not. 26, 1815. He d. Nov. 17, 1861, aged 73 years. 
(448) George, b. Not. 5, 1802; resides in Soathbary ; (449) Sally, b. Jan. 17, 
1807, m. Hiram Keeler, Dec. 1826, and settled in Bridgewater; (450) Minerra, 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 305 

b. Jane 3, 1810, m. Daniel Keeler Jan. 3, 1831, and settled in Bridgewatcr; 
(451) John, of New Milford, b. April 15, 1813; and Maria, b. Jan. 19, 1816, m. 
Andrew Weller, and resides in Roxbary, Conn. 

[151 .] SAMUEL* PECK, son of Henry,^ resided in Newtown. 
He married Nancy Malory. He was a joiner by trade. 

CHILDREN — eiXTH GENERATION: 

(462) Julia, m. Philo Sample, and d. in New Jersey; and (453) Phllo, who 
settled in New Jersey, where he died, leaving two chlidren. 

[162.] SHADRACH* PECK, son of Ephbaim,^ married Ruth 
Sharp, January 1, 1777, and resided in Newtown. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

(454) Truman, b. May 25, 1778, m. Anna B. Winton, and settled in Monroe, 
Conn. His chUdren were : (456) Polly"^ ; (456) Emeline^ ; and (467) Preston,'^— 
(458) Anna, b. April 20, 1784, m. Samuel Staples ; (459) + John S., b. March 5, 
1787. 

[153.] ENOCH* PECK, son of Ephraim,^ married Mary 
Graves, and resided in Newtown. He died August 7, 1814. 

CHILDREN -^ SIXTH GENERATION : 

(460) Ethel, who became a clergyman; settled at Vergennes, Vt. ; (461) 
Amos; (462) Crrcnus; (463) WiUiam; (464) Enoch; (465) Mabel; (466) An- 
nis ; and (467) Mary Ann. 

[155.] NATHAN* PECK, son of Ephratm,* married Huldah 
Fabrique, and settled in Newtown, where she died October 29, 
1812. He died May 1, 1816.* 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(468) John B., b. Sept. 16, 1776; settled at Wilmington, N. C, where he 
died Nov. 1808, leaving a daughter (469) PoWj/.' — (470) Lewis, b. July 26, 
1778, d. in childhood; (471) Charles, b. Oct. 26, 1780, d. unm. ; (472) Sarah, b. 
March 18, 1783, m. Daniel Morehouse; (473) Louis F., b. Aug. 21, 1785, set- 
tled and died in North Carolina, where he was a celebrated physician ; (474) 
Jared B., b. Feb. 16, 1788, m. Maria A. Northrop. He also removed to North 
Carolina about 1810, but returned in 1815, and settled in New York City, 
where he was superintendent of the Orphan Asylum. He was a member of 
the Sunday School committee for visiting the Sabbath schools of the city, and 
abo an Elder in the Church. He was residing in New Haven in 1867, a Dea- 
con in the Chapel Street Congregational Church. His children arc : (475) 

* The house in which he resided is now gone, and a new one occupies 
Its place. 

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306 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

MatUda'; (476) Angouleme' ; and (477) J^mcWikJ.' — (478) Martha, b. April 23, 
1791, m. Lewis Beecher; (479) Anna, b. Jan. 16, 1794; a son, b. Aug. 23, 1797, 
d. in inf)Eincy. 

[156.] ELP PECK, son of Ephraim,* settled at first in New- 
town, but removed from there to Derby, where he died. He mar- 
ried Hannah Lacy. 

CHILDBEN — SIXTH OEinEBATIOy : 

(480) Lacy; (481) Eleazer; (482) Daniel L.; and others. 

[167.] LEVIRUS^ PECK, son of Ephraim/ married Anna 
Wheeler, June 24, 1778. He resided in Newtown, where he died 
Jane 14, 1810.* 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(483) -I- Thomas W., b. Sept. 9, 1779; (484) Polly, b. Nov. 18, 1781, m. Jere- 
miah Beers; (485) Richard, b. July 28, 1786, d. Jane 1851, nnm. 

[159.] ISAAC* PECK, son of Ephraim,* resided in Newtown, 
where he died, February 1855. He married Lucy Ferris. She 
died August 1834, aged 73 years. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION.* 

(486) Peter F., b. July 24, 1779, d. Dec. 20, 1855; (487) Polly Ann, b. Oct. 
17, 1780, in. Ebenezer Griffin, and d. July 10, 1830; (488) Louisa, b. Feb. 16, 
1782, d. Jan. 25, 1807; (489) Fanny, b. Jan. 22, 1784, m. David Blackman; 
(490) Philo, b. July 7, 1787, d. Oct. 12, 1822; (491) Isaac, b. May 17, 1788, d. 
May 23, 1788 ; (492) Levi, b. April 25, 1790, d. Jan. 15, 1795 ; (493) Isaac, 
again, b. March 24, 1793, d. April 6, 1793; (494) Lucy, b. Aug. 28, 1794, m. 
Gershom Dimon ; (495) Levi, again, b. April 29, 1797 ; (496) Isaac, again, b. 
June 22, 1800. 

[161.] EPHRAIM^ peck, son of Ephraim,* at first settled in 
Newtown, but from there removed to Woodbury about 1792, where 
he died. He was twice married: first, to Elizabeth B. Hall, Octo- 
ber 5, 1785; second, to Susan Tuttle, February 16, 1825. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(497) Benjamin C, b. May 29, 1786. He was residing in Woodbury in 1867. 
his children are: (498) Eleazar^ ; (499) Preston D.'' ; (500) Charles B.\' (501) 
Sally Jane'' ; (502) Marietta'' ; (503) Fanny'' ; (504) Betsey'' ; and (505) David'. ^ 
(506) Ephraim B., b. May 30, 1790, Uved and died in Woodbury, lllsi children 
are: (507) Henry WJ ; (503) Alfred CJ ; (509) Robert''; (510) Betsey Ann'; 

* The house in which he resided was occupied by his son Thomas W. when 
I visited him in 18G7. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 307 

and (611) Qtorge HP —(612) Eliza, b. Aug. 18, 1804 ; (613) George, b. May 20, 
1809 ; was residing at Greenwich, Ohio, 1866. 

[162.] GEORGE* PECK, son of Gideon,^ removed from 
Newtown to Sandgate, Vt, where, he died March 23, 1831. He 
married Ann Peck, No. 96, daughter of Moses. She died March 
9, 1844. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH OSNERATTON : 

(614)+aark, b. May 15, 1778 ; (615) Seth, b. Oct. 24, 1779, m. Anna North- 
rop, and removed to Hampton, N. Y., where he died Dec. 5, 1858 ; (516) Bet- 
ty, b. March 21, 1781, d. Aug. 16, 1849; (517) Hezekiah, b. June 15, 1782, m. 
and settled at Marietta, Ohio; (518) Thomas, b. AprU 1, 1786, m. Mindwell 
Lacy, and settled in Wisconsin, where he died July 14, 1865 ; (519) Amarillis, 
b. March 2Zy 1789, m. William Lakin; settled in Ohio, and d. Oct. 1866; (520) 
Maiy Ann, b. March 7, 1784, d. Feb. 17, 1790; (521) Josiah, b. July 29, 1791, 
d. Aug. 16, 1791 ; (522) Eli, b. March 6, 1794, d. July 19, 1798 ; (523) Smith, b. 
Feb. 16, 1797, d. July 14, 1798. 

[163.] OLIVER* PECK, son of Gideon,^ married Lucy 
Sickles, and resided in Newtown. He died April 21, 1810; she 
died February 1860, aged 94 years. His will is recorded at Dan- 
bury, B. 10, p. 336. " 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATTOK : 

(624) OUver, supposed to have settled at Bethel, N. Y. ; (525) Mary, d. 
young; (526) Amarillis, d. unm. ; (527) Abiah, m. Joseph Crowfoot; (528) 
Zachariah W., d. unm. ; (529) Lucy Ann, m. RufUs Shepherd; (580) Joseph S., 
m. Sarah Brownell; (531) Mary Ann, d. unm.; (532) Carloss, m. AbigaU 
Clark, and settled in Bloomingdale, Mich. ; (533) Carlton, d. young ; (534) 
Betsey Ann, b. July 13, 1808, m. Joseph (No. 248), son of David, for her first 
husband, and GrandTille P. Glover for her second ; (535) Currence, b. July 30, 
1810, m. Nathan Burr. 

[164.] LEVI* PECK, son of Gideon,^ settled in Southbury, 
Conn., where he died, August 8, 1836. He married, first, Mercy 
Peck (No. 148), daughter of Henry; second, Eunice Erwin. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(686) Henry, b. Jan.* 27, 1793, m. Polly Ann Percival, and d. in Newtown, 
July 17, 1843, leaving two children : (537) George^ ; and (538) Edwin J —(539) 
Mercy, b. Nov. 30, 1795, m. Cyrus Sherman, and was residing in Woodbuiy in 
1867; (640) Samuel B., b. June 11, 1800, d. July 15, 1856, m. Julia E. Fairwea- 
ther, of Newtown, where she was residing in 1867. His children were : (541) 
George BJ; (642) Sarah JJ; (543) Julia E.\' and (544) Edioard S.'' —(546) 
Kancy, b. Nov. 16, 1803 ; (546) BusseU, b. Sept. 6, 1805, d. March 10, 1807 ; 
(647) Mary, b. July 19, 1808, d. Sept. 6, 1808; (548) George S., b. Not. 28, 
1814, d. Dec 22, 1828. 



308 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

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[167.] GIDEON* PECK, son of Gideon,* resided in New- 
town, where he died, March 2, 1 824 He married Betsey Brisco, 
daughter of John Brisco. She was living in 1867, being in her 
90th year. 

CHnj>REN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(549) George, who m. Polly Peck (No. 455), daughter of Shadrach Peck, 
and d. in Califoniia, Arom ii^aries received by being thrown ftom a wagon; 
(550) Henry, m. Emily Sherman, and settled in Seymour, Conn. ; (551) Le- 
grand, m. Laura Dimon, and was residing in Newtown in 1867 ; (553) Clark, 
d. in Rio de Janeiro, unm. ; (558) Polly, m. Harmon JParmalee ; (554) Ann S., 
m. Russell Crowfoot; (555) Betsey, m. Andrew Northrop; (556) Laura, m. a 
Gilbert; (557) Gideon S., was residing in California in 1867; (558) Lois, m. 
Edmond Fairchild; (559) Charles, settled in Bethel, Conn., where he still 
resides. His chUdren are : (560) Sidney SJ; (561) Horace'; (562) Samuel TJ; 
and (568) GideonJ 

[168.] ABNER* PECK, son of Gideon,^ married Jane Bots- 
ford, and resided in Newtown, where he died, August 16, 1844. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(564) PoUy, d. unm. ; (565) George C, m. Ann Tomlinson. His chOdren 
are: (666) John FJ; (567) Gideon'; (568) Homer'; (569) Comeliue' ; (570) 
Abhy' ; and (571) Harriet,'' — (572) Jane Ann, m. Lewis Booth. 

[180.] DAVID^ PECK, son of Henry,^ settled in Brookfield, 
where he died, April 23, 1843. He was a soldier in the war of 
the Revolution, and served under Washington. Although the hard- 
ships and privations he suffered impaired his health, he was an in- 
dustrious and prosperous farmer, and lived for many years to enjoy 
the fruits of the freedom and independence of his country, for 
which he fought. He married Isabella Nichols, of Newfield. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(573) Jesse L., b. Oct. 81, 1777, m. Annis Sherman, and d. at an early age, 
leaving one child ; (574) Rachel, b. Dec. 8, 1779, m. Zalmon Peck (No. 69) ; 
(575) Ira, b. April 7, 1782, m. Sally Kirtland. of Bridgeport, Conn., where he 
died. He had three children: (576) Olivia''; (577) DavidP ; and (578) Sarah 
Ann,'' — (579) Sarah, b. Oct. 20, 1787, m. first, Dr. Levi Beardslee ; second, 
Andrew S. Darrow; and was residing in Watertown, Conn., in 1866. (580)+ 
Michael, b. July 3, 1789; (681) Fowler, b. Aug. 29, 1791, d. in inftmcy; (582) 
Fowler, again, b. March 2, 1793, m. Mary Tomer, and settled in Brookfield, 
where he resided until about 1855, when he removed to Dement, lU., where 
he was living in 18G6. His daughter (583) Janette A,,'' to whose kindness I 
am indebted for my information, m. George Payne, and was also residing in 
Dement in 1866. (584) AmarUlis, b. Dec. 25, 1795, m. John T. Hawley, of 



DESCENDANTS OP JOSEPH PECK. 309 

Monroe, Conn.; no issne; (585) Marshall G., b. March 8, 1798. He was 
twice married : first, to Jenette A. Jones ; second, to Karcissa Benedict, by 
whom he had children. 

[182.] JOHN* PECK, son of Henry,^ resided in Brookfield, 
where he was an extensive farmer. He was an excellent citizen, a 
worthy member of the church, generous and benevolent. He was 
twice married: first, to Amarillis Peck (No. 171), daughter of 
Gideon ; second, to Clarina Wheeler. His first wife died Decem- 
ber 16, 1785. His second, November 7, 1835. He died February 
9, 1839. 

CHILDBEN — SIXTH GENBRATION : 

(586)+John A., b. Dec. 9, 1785 ; and (587) Amarillis, b. Dec. 4, 1787, d. Jan. 
11, 1794. 

[184.] HENRY* PECK, son of Hbnby,^ resided m Brook- 
field. He was an excellent farmer, enterprising and industrious. 
He was a prominent man in the town, holding various public offices. 
He took a leading interest in education and in the improvement of 
society generally, and was highly esteemed in the community in 
which he resided for his social qualities, benevolence and kindness. 
He married Hannah Northrop, May 26, 1791. He died August 
29,1834. She July 26, 1827. 




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CHILDRBN — SIXTH GENERATION: 



(588) Hannah, b. March 24, 1792, m. Elias Stardivant, of Bridgeport, March 
19, 1812, by whom she had five chUdren. Htnry L. Sturdivant, of Bridgeport, 
is her son. She d. May 5, 1860. Her husband, Nov. 13, 1861. (589) Henry 
L., b. May 4, 1797 ; was a merchant in New York City for some time. From 



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there he returned to Brookfleld, where he continued in the mercantUe busi- 
ness for over thirty years, and became wealthy. He was an influential citi- 
zen, a member of the Congregational church, and one of the leading temper- 
ance men of the town. He m. Elizabeth Smith, of Brookfleld, Oct. 19, 1828. 
Hifl children were : (590) JTeniy,' who d. young; (591) Harriet E.'' ; and (692) 



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PECK GENEALOGY. — APPEin)Cr» 



Henry S,,'' who succeeds him in business. — (598) Hermon V., b. Bee 22, 1800. 
He d. a Christian, in 1831, onm. ; (594) Hiram N., b. Oct. 19, 1804 ; was a sqo- 
cessftil merchant in New York, of the firm of H. N. Peck & Co., importers of 
Bnssian goods. He was a member of the church, and a Sabbath-school 
teacher, and Superintendent for many years. (595) Harriet, b. Jui. 16, 1807, 




m. William G. Smith, of Kewtown, Aug. 80, 1880. Mr. Smith d. May 20, 
1835. She was residing in Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1867. Her children are : Benry 
jB.^ and William P.,^ commission merchants, of New York, and Q^orgt B.^ 
who d. June 25, 1885. —(596) Henrietta^ b. Dec. 4, 1809, m. Bex\}amin M. Starr, 
of Brookfleld, Sept. 9, 1832, where they were residing in 1867. Their daugh- 
ter Elizabeth ff,,'' m. Aaron WiUiams, of Hartford, Conn. (597) Hetta Ann, 
b. March 22, 1814, d. unm. 

To Mrs. Starr, and her sister, Mrs. Smith, I am under many obligations for 
their kindness and assistance. 

[185.] AMOS* PECK, son of Henry/ resided in Brookfleld. 
Although of feeble health from his youth, he was an industrious 
and good farmer, kind and obliging, and much respected. He 
married Lucy Blackman, of Newtown, November 27, 1792. He 
died March 23, 1835. She October 24, 1855. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(598) Betsey, b. Marcli 1, 1795, m. Benjamin Hawley, by whom she has nine 
children ; (599) Maria, b. July 6, 1797, d. Jan. 29, 1864 ; (600) Amos G., b. 
April 5, 1800; was residing in Brookfleld, onm., in 1866. 

[186.] ABRAHAM^ PECK, son of Benjamin,^ resided in Mil- 
ford. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(601)+Abraham, b. Jan. 2, 1786 ; (602) Amey, who m. David Curtis ; and 
(603) Sally, who m. David Camp. 



[187.] BENJAMIN* PECK, son of Benjamin,^ resided in 
Milford. He married Nancy Buckingham, daughter of Enoch 
Buckingham, of Huntington, Conn. 



DRSOENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. Sll 

CmLDRKN — SIXTH aENSSATION: 

(B04)+Conieliii8 B., b. Jan. 81, 1800; (605) Bet^amiD, b. Aug. 1, 1808, m. 
Abigail Fowler, daughter of Joseph Fowler, of Milfbrd. His children are : 
(606) Sarah A.,^ m. Albert Baldwin; and (607) Susan,'' nnm. in 1866. —(608) 
Nanpy, m. Erastns Clark, of Milford; no issue. 

[190.] ELIJAH* PECK, son of JJathaniel,^ removed from 
Newtown to Hinesburgh, Vt, where he died, September 29, 1843. 
He was twice married : first, to Mehitable Hurlburt ; second, to 
Sally Morgan. His first wife was bom March 11, 1757, and died 
April 5, 1810. His second wife was bom April 12, 1772, and 
died April 22, 1850. 

CHILDBSN — SIXTH OXNSRATION : 

(609)+EU, b. May 25, 1782; (610)+Zera, b. Oct. 29, 1784; (611) Mary Ann, 
b. Jan. 17, 1787, m. John Eldrldge, and settled in Hinesburgh, where she d. 
June 1, 1852, leaving five children; (612) Hannah, b. Sept. 2, 1790, m. Qeorge 
Dudley; settled in Hinesburgh, where she d. Nov. 1, 1860, leaving one child, 
a daughter; (613) Oily, b. Oct. 9, 1792, m. Lyman Clark; settled in Hines- 
burgh, and d. June 1, 1824, leaving no issue ; (614) Mabel, to whom I am 
indebted for my information, was b. In 1818, and was residing in Charlotte, 
Yt., in 1867, unm. 

[196.] ELNATHAN* PECK, son of Heth,^ settled upon the 
homestead, where he died in 1821. He was twice married: first, 
to Jerusha Blackman ; second, to Sarah Merwin, formerly Sarah 
Beers. 

CHILDIUEN — SIXTH GBNERATION : • 

(615) Amos G., b. in 1798, m. Eunice Botsford, of Newtown, where he was 
residing in 1867. His only child, (616) CharloUe J.,'' b. April 2, 1829, d. May 
22, 1856, unm. 

[196] JULIUS* PECK, son of Amiel,^ married Sarah Dun- 
ning, of Warren, Conn., and settled in Sharon. He died in 1823, 
aged 58 years. She died August 28, 1842, aged 72 years. 

CHILDBEIT — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(617) ; (618) Polly, b. March 5, 1796, m. a Mr. Cathcart, and d. in 

Michigan ; (619) Amiel, b. Dec. 16, 1798, m. Rebecca Dunbar, and was resid- 
ing in Johnsonville, Ohio, in 1867. He had two daughters : (620) Sarah''; and 
(621) Mary J —(622) Betsey, b. April 27, 1800; was unm. in 1867, and residing 
in Sharon, Conn.; (628) Lemuel, b. July 26, 1802; was unm., and residing in 
Sharon in 1867; (624) SaUy, b. Sept. 17, 1804; was residing in Sharon, and 
unm., in 1867 ; (625) Amanda, b. Nov. 24, 1806, m. Lyman Warner, of Brook- 
field, and d. March 29, 1882; (626) Harriet, b. Jan. 10, 1809, m. and d. leaving 



S12 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

children ; (627) Julius B., b. Dec. 7, 1811 ; settled in Warerly, HI. ; (628) Cy- 
renus H., b. March 2, 1814, and was residing in Brookfield in 1867. He m. 
AbigaU Blake. His children are : (629) Sarah JJ ; (680) Edgar' ; (681) Ckaxiu 
LJ; (682) Carrie L,^ ; and (638) Lemuel,'' who d. at Chantillaiy, Ya.* in the 
United States Service. 

[202.] ISAAC* PECK, son of Samuel,* lived and died in 
Newtown, He married Aurelia Botsford. 

GHnJ>BSN — SIXTH OENKRATIOX: 

(684) Jabez, b. Dec. 10, 1804, m. Henrietta Jarris. His children are : (635) 
Charles AJ; (636) Elizabeth JJ; (637) Albert TF.%- and (638) NeUon j:,' who 
died in the service of his country. ~(639) Harriet, b. Feb. 4, 1807; (640) Rob- 
ert S., b. March 1, 1814; was three times married: first, to Abigail Booth; 
second, to Mary Lake ; third, to Elizabeth CortiB. He d. in Newtown. (641) 
Sarah £., b. Dec. 24, 1827. 

[206.] DAVID* PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided in Newtown. 
He married, first, Rebecca Beers ; second, Harriet Booth. 

CHILD — SIXTH generation: 

(642) Simeon B. ; resides in Newtown. He m., for his first wifo, Caroline 
Cnrtis ; and for his second, Elizabeth Peck, widow of Robert 8. His children 
are: (643) Abner B.,'' of Montgomery, Ala.; (644) Henry J,,"* deceased; and 
(646) David C,^ who resides in Newtown. 

[213.] JOSHUA^ PECK, son of Aaron,* settled in Jay, N. Y., 
where he died, in the 93d year of his age. He married Rachel M. 
Mallory. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(646) Parrilla, b. Oct. 14, 1782; (647) PhUo, b. Sept. 14, 1784; (648) Pho- 
dima, b. Feb. 8, 1786; (649) David, b. Nov. 26, 1788, m. Ruth Hamlin, and re- 
sides in Jay, N. Y. His children are : (650) Norman!^; (661) Nelson^; (652) Al- 
mira\' (653) Alvira'^ ; (664) Mary A."^ ; (656) Violet A,^; (656) Polly^ ; and (657) 
Armenia.'^ —(658) Joel, b. Feb. 14, 1791 ; (669) Lyman, b. Feb. 27, 1793; (660) 
Andrew, b. April 16, 1796; (661) Thomas, b. Jane 27, 1798, m. Louisa Arnold, 
and resides in Wilmington, N. Y. His children are: (662) Louisa^; (663) 
Chester^; (664) ScoU\' (666) Caroline^; (666) Harriet; (667) ^ane^ ; (668) 
LevC; (669) Martha\' (670) Phebef" ; (671) Esther^; and (672) JbeZ." — (673) 
Alvah, b. April 2, 1801, m. Dorothy Hathaway, and resides in Jay, N. Y. His 
children are: (674) DillavarC^ ; (676) SybiV^ ; (676) Joshua*; (677) Ebenezer*; 
(678) Z,ymaii« ; {G79) Esther^ ; (680) PAodima*; (es\) Gibb^ ; (682) Jfaniufo* ; 
(683) Caroline"^; and (684) Daniel.'^ —(686) Polly, b. Jan. 8, 1804. 

[216.] ELI AS® PECK, son of Aaron,* settled at Shandaken, 
N. Y., where he died, December 1846. He married, for his first 



DESOBSTDINTS OF J08BPH PECK. 313 

wife. Patience Sanford ; for his second, Obedience Sanford ; and 
for his third, Bachel Winey. 

CHILDBSN — 8KVKNTH OENXRATTOX: 

(686) Betsey; (687) Serenas; (688) John; (689) PoUy; (690) Peter; (691) 
Jacob; (692) Garret; (698) SaUy; (694) Daniel; (695) AbigaU; (696) Abra- 
liam ; and (697) John, 2d. Abigail, to whom I am indebted for my informa- 
tion, m. Jeremiah Shaw, and resides In Shandaken. 

[233.] RUFUS« PECK, son of John,* married Sally Hall, of 
Newtown, Conn., and removed to Streetsborough, Ohio, where he 
died, March 6, 1848. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(698) Chloe, b. March 1800» m. Abel Dibble; (699) Lyman W., b. Dec. 26, 
1801, m. Eliza Cnmmings, Dec. 26, 1826, and d. in Streetsborough, Ang. 9, 
1865. His chUdren are : (700) Bt^ H.*; (701) WUliam*; (702) Ann Eliza^; 
(708) Emma J* ; and (704) Lffman L.* —(705) WilUam H., b. Joly 23, 1803, m. 
Lydia Bradey, of Lee, Mass., April 10, 1828. His children are : (706) Sarah 
Ann,* m. E. S. Bradley, and settled at Cleveland, Ohio; (707) WUliam S.,* m. 
Elvira y. Oifford, and settled at Wickliffe, Ohio; (708) Edioard J?.," m. Myra 
A. Talcott, of Starr, Ohio; and (709 j Jo$eph H.f* of Hudson, Ohio, to whose 
kindness and assistance I am indebted. He married Miss Nancy W. Gardner, 
of Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1867. —(710) John N., b. March 15, 1805, m. 
Sophia Garfield. His children are: (711) John B.%* (712) William H^; (713) 
MaryA.^; and (714) Sophia.^ —(715) Eli, b. Feb. 14, 1808, m. Eliza Jadd. His 
chUdrenare : (716) Buel^; (717) Julia A.*; (718) Charle^ ; and (719) Cyrtw.» — 
(720) Nancy P., b. Jnly 20, 1809, m. George Bradley; (721) Clara, b. March 1, 
1810, m. first, Jacob Mayherr ; second, John Foster ; (722) Sarah Ann, b. May 
81, 1812, d. nnm. ; (723) Russell, b. Oct. 7, 1814, m. Dency Gillett, for his first 
wife, and Adeline Judd, for his second. His children are : (724) Franklin^; 
(725) Andrevfi; (726) Mary A.*; and (727) Jos^h P.» —(728) Henry ;' b. June 
17, 1817, m. Emeline Jenkins. His children are: (729) Sophie^; (730) Nor- 
man*; (731) Arthur^; (732) Helen"^; (733) JS^ffle*; (734) IM^; and (736) 
Cfara,* —(736) Nathan, b. July 17, 1819, m. Betsey Mellen. His children are : 
(737) Lydia Ann*; (738) John"*; (739) Chlo^ ; (740^ Eugene F.*; and (741) 
Ida EJ^ —(742) Horace, b. March 2, 1822, m. Ann Rich. His children are : 
(743) Lerof; (744) Amanzcl"; (745) WUhief^ ; and (746) Albert^ 

[363.] BENJAMIN^ PECK, son of Simeon,* resided in Water- 
town, where he died, February 1, 1867. He was a very prominent 
man, and much respected. He was Deacon of the Congregational 
church for about fifty years. He married Selima Atwood. 

CHILDREN — 8KVEMTU GENERATION: 

(747) Elmer N., b. Oct. 29, 1810, m. Lnrena ScovUl, and settled In Blchland, 
Mich. His children are : (748) Ellen X.%' (749) Edgar if.%' (750) Charle* 8.*; 

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314 PECK GESTEALOGT. APFESDUL 

(761) Jfflmer J.^ ; and (762) Frederic B.* —(753) Horace M., b- Aug. 7, 1814, 
m. Emeline Baims, and settled In Richland, Hia children are : (754) Smmm 
C.»; (766) Horace B*; (756) FranccM 8*; (757) Berbert N.*; (768) Chmia 
A.^ ; and (769) Benjamin M.^ —(760) Samuel M., of Watertown, Conn., b. 
Sept. 22, 1821, m. Marietta Hard. His children are : (761) Samm^l H^; and 

(762) Anna M* 

[369.] PHINEAS* PECK, son of Samuei^* married Anna 
Smith, and resided in Woodbridge, Conn., where he died, Novem- 
ber 20, 1856. She snryived him, and was still living in 1867, in 
her 91st year. 

CHUDREN — SEVENTH GK2VKRATI0K : 

(768) Lonisa, b. Nov. 1, 1779, m. Lewis Thompson ; (764) Fhineas E., b. 
Nov. 8, 1801, m. first, Nancy Beecher; second, Mrs. Electa Mood. He resides 
in Colebrook, Conn., and has had the foUowing children: (766) CkarieME.*; 
(7G6) Ann X.«; (767) John F.^ ; (768) Bobtrt D.^; (769) Jerome B.*; (770) 
BobertJ.'*; (771) Lewis T*; (772) Nancy E*; (778) Phineas JS*; and (774) 
Charles E,* —(776) Wimam, b. Sept. 8, 1808, to whom I am indebted fbr mj 
information in relation to liis branch of the name, resides in Woodbridge. 
He m. Elizabeth Toiles, of Bethany. His chUdren are : (776) George C; 
(777) William W.* ; (778) Leonard E.^; and (779) Jane E.* —(780) Sidney W., 
b. Aug. 80, 1806, d. unm. ; (781) Silas J., b. Feb. 1, 1808, m. Adaline M. Bald- 
win. He resided in Woodbridge. His chUdren are : (782) Pi/^ineos j^.*; (783) 
Martha A,,^ who m. Marcus E. Baldwin, of Woodbridge, now Town Clerk; 
and (784) Henry C* —(785) John, b. Oct. 20, 1810; resides in Woodbridge. 
He formerly resided in New Haven, where he was a master builder, doing an 
extensive business. He m. first, Jenette Baldwin ; second, Louisa Baldwin. 
His daughter (78G) Helen F.,^ m. Walter B. Peck (No. 684), a descendant of 
- Henry, of New Haven. 

[3i71.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ married Rebecca 
Beecher, and resided in Woodbridge, where he died, Febmary 20, 
1865. His wife October 6, 1851, aged 67. 

CHILDIIEN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(787) Bennett B., who is a cattle broker of extensive business. His chU- 
dren are: (788) Caroline^; (789) Buth"^ ; (790) France^; and (791) J7/a.» — 
(792) Caroline £., m. Zalmon Sperry, of Bethany. 

[372.] JERRY6 PECK, son of Zenas,* married Amelia Ford, 
and died April 14, 1854. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(793) Aurellus, who m. Ruth Osbom. His children are : (794) Mary AT.'; 
(796) Jan« ^.%- (796) Edwin JP.»; (797) Eleazer J*; (798) John T."; (799) 
Nathan J.»; (800) Frederic L,^; (801) Sarah A*; (802) Helen O.*; (80S) 
Hiram 0.»; (804) WUliam j:«; and (806) DanUl A.* —(806; Edwin J., resides 



DESCEKDAXTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 315 

at Indianapolis ; is a man of weiilth and inflaence ; (807) Mary A., m. Nathan 
P. Thomas; (808) Maria, m. George Bates; (809) Jalia, m. William Fairchlld, 
of Oxford, Conn. ; (810) Eunice, m. and d. about 1850. 

[388.] NATHAN« PECK, son of Samuel,* lived and died in 
New Haven. He married Mehitabie Tibbats, daughter of Capt. 
Samuel Tibbats, of Milford, Conn., and granddaughter of Jesse 
Lambert) who married Ann, daughter of Capt. Henry Peck. 

CHILDRBN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(811) Wyllys, b. July 16, 1797; resides in New Haven, and has been twice 
married : first, to Jennett Ailing, daughter of Capt. Stephen Ailing ; second, to 
Sarah, daughter of Rev. Moses Gillett. His children are : (812) Elizabeth A,^ ; 
(818) HdrriH E.,* d. in 1828; (814) Jenette A.*; (815) Harriet E.,* again; and 
(816) Lucy C.» —(817) Nathan, b. Sept. 2, 1799, d. AprU 27, 1802; (818) Na- 
than, again, b. Feb. 6, 1802. He resides in New Haven, a wealthy and promi- 
nent man. He is President of the Merchants' National Bank. To his kind- 
ness I am indebted for much of my information in relation to the New Haven 
Pecks. He m. Mary Ann, daughter of Eli Townsend, Esq., of New Haven. 
His chUdren are : (819) Julia C," d. March 7, 1847 ; (820) Uobert,^ who gradu- 
ated at Yale CoUege ; (821) MarieUa,^ d. March 13, 1854 ; (822) Margaret r.,<* 
who m. Dr. Robert Stone, of New York; and (823) Ellen FT.,** who d. Feb. 
28, 1835. —(824) Henry E., b. March 18, 1805 ; graduated at Yale College, in 
1823, and was admitted to the bar as a lawyer. He afterwards purciiased the. 
Connecticut Journal, and the New Haven Chronicle, which he published 
for several years. He afterwards entered into the West India trade, with his 
brothers. He was a Representative firom New Haven for several years. He 
was also in the Senate, of which body he was President, in 1851 and 1852. He 
m. Elizabeth Sheldon, daughter of Dr. Elisha Sheldon, of Troy, N. Y. He d. 
May 6, 1858. His children were: (825) Mary H^ ; (826) Samuel 8,^; (827) 
Fhehe W.^; and (828) Henry E.,^ who d. in the Confederate prison at MUlens, 
Nov. 1868. —(829) Caroline, m. Rev. John Churchill, of Woodbury, Conn. 

[389.] MICHAEL^ PECK, son of Sabiubl,^ resided in Mil- 
ford, and was a carpenter and joiner by trade. He married Mary 
Marshall, January 1, 1797. He died December 27; 1861. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(830) Jonathan M., b. Oct. 12, 1799 ; settled at Augusta, Ga. His children 
are: (831) JuHa""; (832) Cordelia H.^; (883) Martha ^.»; (834) Abigail^- and 
(835) James.^ —(836) Maria, b. Oct. 12, 1801 ; (837) Elnathan, b. Aug. 11, 1803. 
He settled in New Britain, where he was one of the first to engage in the 
mannfiustoiy ot hardware. He continued in the business until his decease. 
He removed to New Haven about 1860, where his sons are still engaged in 
business. Hed. Dec. 28, 1865. His children are: (838) Henry F,^; (839) 
Charlesy* of New Britain, a deacon of the church; (840) Abigail^; (841) Mary 
J*; (842) Martha""; (843) John Jf.%- (844) Ann E.* ; and (845) Oliver 2>.» — 



316 PBCK GENEALOGY. — APPENDCC 

(846) Susan, b. April 28, 1806; (847) Jolia, b. Oct 23, 1807; (848) EUshaT., 
b. Oct. 22, 1810; resides in MiUbrd, Conn. His children are: (849) Catha- 
rine; (860) Jonathan'^; (861) CaikaHne,^ again; (852) George r.»; (853) 
Julia A.*; uid (854) Emma L.^ —(865) AbigaU, b. June 5, 1818. 



[427.] PHINEAS* PECK, son of Job,* was a distinguislied 
clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal church. He died at Water* 
town, N. Y., April 19, 1836. He married Sallie Pettegrew. 

CHTT.DR1CW — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(866) Angostas J., b. Sept. 29, 1805 ; (867) Betsey A., b. Jane 29, 1807 ; (858) 
John P., b. Dec 8, 1809; (869) Warren M., b. April 6, 1812; (860) Mary N., 
b. April 22, 1814; (861) Hannah F., b. April 26, 1816; (862) Joseph W., b. 
April 20, 1818; (868) Sarah, b. April 25, 1820; (864) Phlneas, b. April 24, 
1828 ; (866) Phebe 8., b. Not. 16, 1824. 



[436.] JOHN WELLS* PECK, son of Job,» settled in Man- 
lias, N. Y., where he was engaged for many years in mercantile 
pursuits. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, 
and noted for the interest he felt in the cause of truth and Chris- 
tianity. He was largely instrumental in the erection of the church 
at Manlius, and by his exertions and liberal contributions promoted 
its continued advancement and prosperity. He held the ofiSce of 
steward and class-leader for many years, and was noted for his 
zeal, prudence and fidelity. The Sunday-school was his peculiar 
delight. He held the office of Superintendent during the greater 
part of his life. 

All benevolent enterprises found in him a friend. He also took 
a deep interest in the cause of education. He was for many years 
trustee and agent of the Oneida Conference Seminary, at Cazeno- 
via. The Genesee Seminary, at Lima, and the Middletown Col- 
lege, were objects of his special interest. 

He married Miss Phebe Raynor, daughter of James Raynor, 
Esq., of Cazenovia, N. Y., November 3, 1819. He died at Man- 
lius, September 3, 1847. She November 13, 1854. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(866) John J., now a Major General, b. Jan. 4, 1821 ; (867) C. Lewis, b. June 
26, 1822, d. July 80, 1823 ; (868) Phebe A., to whom I am indebted for my in- 
formation in relation to the flimlly, b. Feb. 12, 1825; (869) Charles H., b. 
March 80, 1836. He was a merchant, and d. at Newbem, N. C, Oct. 9, 1864. 




7VM^ fld^ 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 317 

€(eiL John J. entered the United States Military Academy in 
185^, and graduated eighth in the large class of 1843, a brevet 2d 
Lieutenant of Artillery. His life has been an active one, and his 
military career brilliant and honorable. 

In 1845, he entered the army of Gen. Taylor, with Duncan's 
Flying Artillery, and continued in the service through the Mexican 
war. 

The part he acted, and the estimation in which his services were 
held, may be learned in the following extract from a letter of Qeru 
Worth to the Hon. Erastus Coming, John Van Buren, and others, 
dated City of Mexico, December 8, 1847 : 

^ I have desired my young and gallant friend, Lieut. Peck, to 
band you this, and beg to commend him to your consideration and 
kind attention. You will find the name and services of this ofiScer 
in an official account of every battle, save one, from the commence- 
ment of this war to the conquest of the basin, as the associate of 
Duncan or Smith. He is of our State, and worthy of it." 

For his gallant and meritorious conduct, he was honored with 
the brevet rank of Captain and Major. 

On his return from the war, his fellow-citizens tendered him a 
public dinner, and presented him a sword, with the following 
inscription upon it: 

Presented to 

BiAJOR J. J. Peck, 

By the citizens of Manlius, as a testimonial of respect for his gallant and 

meritorious conduct in the battles of Palo Alto, Resaca de la Palma, 

Monterey, Vera Croz, Cerro Gordo, Contreras, Charobusco, 

Molino del Rey, Chepaltepec, Causeway and Gate 

of San Cosine and City of Mexico. 

* 

This was a record that a young man surely might well feel 
proud of. 

He continued in the United States service until 1853, when he 
resigned his commission, and retired from the army, to enjoy a less 
arduous and more quiet life. He became one of the first movers 
of the Syracuse and New York Railroad, to which he devoted 
some time. He was for several years President of the Board of 
Education. The Hamilton College conferred upon him the honor- 
ary d^ree of A. M. 

27^ 



318 PECK 6ENEAL0GT. — APPESn>DL 

In 1856, he was the democratic nominee for Congress, and 
tendered a renomination in 1858. 

On the breaking oat of the rebellion^ he tendered his serrioe to 
the government, and the President made him a Brigadier, August 
11; 1867. Qen. McGlellan asked for his services, and he was with 
him through the Peninsular campaign, participating in the battles, 
and rendering important service. His timely arrival at the battle 
of Williamsburg was said to have saved the day. He assumed the 
command of the centre, and recovered the battery and ground lost 
by Hooker. He is highly complimented by Gen. Keyes (0£ 
Rep., May 14, 1862) for his coolness, excellent judgment, and the 
admirable dispositions of his forces. 

He was promoted, June 24, to the command of Gren. Casey's 
Division, and July 4, made a Major-Greneral, for his services in the 
field and his gallant conduct with his commands when under fire. 
At the battle of Fair Oaks, he had two horses shot under him. 

Headley, in reference to one of these, in speaking of him (YoL 
1, p. 428), says: ^Peck's horse, while dashing through the fire, 
received a ball through the neck ; the next instant another pierced 
his flank. Still unhurt, this gallant commander was spurring on, 
when a cannon ball took off both of the hind legs of his steed ; he 
sank to the pround. Mounting another, he cheered on the troops 
by his dauntless bearing." At the battle of Malvern Hill, his 
division occupied the extreme right of the line. In that memo- 
rable march to Harrison's Landing, the rear-guard of the whole 
army fell to his care, and in spite of the enemy he saved the entire 
trains. 

In September, he assumed command of the forces south of the 
James. His duties here were very arduous, but he performed them 
with signal ability, meeting with but few losses, and preserving all 
the great interests intrusted to him. 

During his command here, Longstreet besieged Suffolk, with 
from 30,000 to 40,000 men ; but after continuing it from April 10 
to May 3, and constructing from eight to ten miles of covered ways 
and field works, with such noted West Pointers as Hill, Hood, 
Picket, French and Gannett, to advise with, found himself out- 
manoeuvred, outgcncralled, and foiled in all his operations, and 
raised the siege in the night, with heavy losses of men and mate- 
rial 



DESOEKDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK. 319 

The following extract from a letter written him bj Gen. Meade 
shows the estimation in which his generalship and services were 
held by men qualified to judge of and appreciate them : 

*' That, with the limited force under your command, you should 
have held in check and defeated the designs of such superior num- 
bers, is a fact of which you may well be proud, and is the most 
practical proof of your own skill and the gallantry of your troops." 

In September, 1863, he took command of the Army of North 
Carolina. Here, it will be remembered, his troops were not idle, 
and the only disaster which occurred was that at Plymouth (sur- 
render of Gen. Wessels to an overwhelming force), and for this 
Gen. Peck was never blamed. Had his requests been acceded to 
when he reported the ram " Albemarle " upon the stocks, the posi- 
tion of things would have been different. 

His administmtion was excellent, saving large suma to the gov- 
ernment, breaking up contraband trade, etc. He established a 
system of schools for whites and blacks, and pushed the colony at 
Roanoke Island to a success. He did much for the colored race, 
thrown upon his hands in vast numbers. 

He was released from his duties here April 25, 1864, and re- 
paired to his home for health. In July, Gen. Dix asked for his 
assistance, and he was assigned as second in command in the De- 
partment of the East, and was for some time upon the Canadian 
frontier. At the time of the assassination of the President, he was 
in command of the department, and issued the orders to the mili- 
tary, etc. At the great meeting in Wall Street, N. Y., he paid a 
high tribute to the memory of the late chief magistrate. At the 
commemoration of the raising of the flag by Gen. Anderson over 
Fort Sumter, he was President of the day, and delivered an 
address at the Academy of Music. 

At the conclusion of the war, he returned again to the pursuits 
of civil life. His residence is at Syracuse, N. Y. 

He has been a communicant of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
many years, and served as Vestryman and Warden of St. Paul's. 

He was a delegate to the National Democratic Convention of 
1856, and to the Charleston and Baltimore Convention of 1860; 
and Delegate at Large to the Cleveland Convention of Soldiers and 
Sailors in 1866. He was tendered a professorship in the Virginia 
Military Institute in 1860. 



320 

He m. Miss Bobie H. Loomis, of Syracoae. 

His chndrenare: (870) Lo^miM WelW; (dTl) i>iijica» Worth*; (872) Jawu^ 
KendrieJ^; (873j Ma VhrgiAia^ ; (874) Bobi^ Loomul*; snd (875) Euniee Ma- 

[443.1 ZERA<^ PECK, son of Zalmox,^ resided ia Brookfield. 
He was a prominent poblic man, member of the Legislature, etc. 
He married Clary Smith, September 10, 1805. 

CHILDREar — SEVXNTH GSZnEKATIOX : 

(876) Ralph B.. b, in 1866, m. C&roliiie Merwin, of Brookfield, and settled 
at Montgomerj, Ala. ; (877) Harriet, b. Sept. 1, 1810, m. WilUam GloTer; 
(878) Sophia, b. Jan. II, I8I6, m. John Comwell, and settled in Bridgeport. 

[444.] EZEKIEL« PECK, son of Zalmo^,* resides in Xew- 
town. He has been twice married : first, to Miss Sarah Ann John- 
son, March 1802; second, to Mrs. Betsey Briscoe, December 29, 
1818. 

CHILDSKN — t MEVKJ I' m GKNKRATIOX : 

(879) Zilpha, b. Not. 10. 1809, m. Aim B. Beach, of Newtown ; (880) Zal- 
mon S., b. May 22, 1812. He resides in Newtown, where he is a prominent 
pablic maD, and has been Postmaster for many years. To his kindness I am 
indebted for mach of my information in relation to the Newtown Pecks. He 
m. Miss Polly J. Lum, April 6, 1833. His children are : (881) Sarah Ann,^ b. 
Dec. 24, 1834, d. July 17. 1836; (882) ifi?«ry A".,' b. Sept. 1, 1838, m. IsabeUa 
Barton ; (883; Austin Z.,"* b. June 3, 1844, m. Susan M. Root ; and (884) JIdry 
Frances,"* b. June 19, 1850. — (885) John B., settled at Cleveland, Ohio; (^tt^) 
Zera, who also settled at Cle\ eland. 

[446.] SHERMAN^ PECK, son of Andrew,* resides in 
Bridgewater, Conn. He is a prominent man. He has been a mem- 
ber of the Legislature, and held various public offices. I am in- 
debted to his kindness and assistance. He has been twice married : 
first, to Electa Young, who died November 13, 1835, aged 29 years; 
second, to Lois Livingston, April 10, 1836. 

CUILDREIX — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(887) Henry S., b. May 30, 1834, and d. Nov. 30, 1859; (888) Edgar L., b. 
JaD. 9, 1837, m. Martha Keeler, Nov. 13, 1861; (889) Edwin Y., b. April 28, 
1838. lie was drowned May 22, 1863. (890) Ann Maria, b. Aug. 25, 1839, m. 
Frederick Jones, Dec. 30, 1862; (891) Frederick A., b. Jan. 29, 1841; was re- 
sidiug at home, umn., in 1867 ; (892) Ophelia L., b. Aug. 12, 1843, m. Daniel 
Canflcld, Sept. 7, 1862. 



DB80Bin>AHTS OP J08BPH PECK. 321 

[459.] JOHN S.* PECK, son of Shadbach,' resides in Nan- 

gatuck, ConiL He married Betsej Sherman. 

OHiLDRKN — sgvm ' m qsnebation: 

(898) Eliza, m. Andrew Clark; (894) Brownson; resides in New York City. 
His children are: (896) Edgar*; (896) ifooc"; (897) Brwmion^; and (898) 
Anna,* —(899) Charies, d. in 1849, leaving two children; (900) John A., m. 
Eimice Gander, and resides in Nangatack. His children are : (901) Lda A.*; 
(902) CharU9 S.«; (908) Mary E.*; (904) John H.*; and (905) E. Lauiia^ 

[488.] THOMAS W.« PECK, son of Lbvibus,* was residing 
upon the homestead in 1867. He has been twice married: first, 
to Sarah Ann Toucej ; second, to Theodocia Coe. His first wife 
died June 21, 1821. His second, February 18, 1846. 

CHILDBEXT — SKVKMTH OENKBATTON: 

(906) Fanny, b. July 29, 1804, m. Noah B. Smith, and settled in Northfleld; 
(907) Alosia, b. Jaly 25, 1809, m. Harley Sandfbrd; (908) Richard W., b. May 
10, 1812, m. Sarah Cadwelder. He was residing in Hillsyme, Pa., in 1867, and 
had one daughter: (909) Alosia B.* —(910) Abel T., b. March 7, 1815; was 
residing in Newtown in 1867. He represented the town in the Legislatore in 
1857. He m. Huldah Hawley. His son (911) Sichard TT.," b. Jan. 29, 1852, d. 
Sept. 27, 1855. —(912) John B., b. Jan. 24, 1817; was residing in Newtown in 
1867. He was a Senator in 1862. He m. Charlotte C. Colt. His chUdren are : 
(918) Fanny C.,* b. Sept 5, 1854; and (914) John £.," b. April 2, 1868. —(915) 
Charles A., b. Oct. 80, 1828, d. Sept. 8, 1826. 

[614.] CLARK^ PECK, son of Geobge,^ settled at Sand- 
gate, Yt, where he died. May 8, 1865. He married PoUj Ann 
Baldwin. She was bom October 29, 1786, and died November 9, 
1860. 

CHILDREN — BEVEJI T H OKNERATION: 

(916) Lonisa, b. Jane 21, 1807; (917) Levi, b. July 28, 1808, to whose kind- 
ness I am Indebted for my Information; (918) Smith, b. Not. 18, 1809; (919) 
Ataianda;b. March 19, 1811; (920) Baldwin, b. May 1, 1818; (921) Amey, b. 
Sept. 8, 1815; (922) Ann, b. Feb. 10, 1817; (928) Laara, b. Sept. 28, 1825. 

[580.] MICHAEL' PECK, son of David,* resided in Brook- 
field. He married Polly Trainer. He died May 5, 1859. She 
died January 18, 1863. 

CfnT.PRKW— SKVaHTH qknkration: 

(924) Maiy A., b. Oct. 11, 1828, m. Leonard L. WUkinson; (925) David K., 

b. March 1, 1824, m. Lncinda Lent. His chUdren are: (926) Charlotte Q.\* 

(927) Barrid^; (928) Polly*; (929) Edgar*; (980) Jan^; and (981) Agnes* — 

(982) Charles, b. March 29, 1825, m. Amelia Deyan. His chUdren are : (988) 



322 FBCK GBVKAL06T. — APFEirBDC. 

Georg^; (9S4) CharU^; and (9S5) Amma £.• —(936) Harriet E., b. ApfiQ 4, 
1829, m. Beoben B. BaUey; (937) John H., b. Feb. S, 1831 ; (938) Sanh J., b. 
Sept. 13, 1833, m. Charies C. Sherman; (939) William S., b. May 14, 1836, n. 
Abby Smith. His children are : (940) Ckaria^; and (941) Edgar.^ 

[586.] JOHN AJ PECJK, son of John,* was twice married: 
firsts to Hnldah Eeeler, Febroarj 17, 1811; second, to Sally H. 
Payne, July 1, 1847. His first wife died October 20, 1842. ffis 
second August 29, 1860. He died Aagnst 22, 1864. 

CHILDKBN — SBVJBNTU GBXXRATI05: 

(942) Henij W., b. Kay 1, 1812, m. Joanna W. Flatt. His chOdren are : (943) 
FrwMin JT.'; (944) iMahel C; (945) Henry W*; and (946) Ella J* --(947) 
Geoige W., b. Sept. 22, 1818, m. ICary Andrews, and had one daughter, (948) 
Adaline ML* —(949) AmeriUis, b. Oct. 21, 1815, m. Medad B. KeUog; (950) 
Clareny, b. Aug. 2, 1817, m. Sherman Foot; (951) John L., b. April 12, 1820, 
m. Sarah T. Law; (952) Ana C, b. Jane 8, 1822, m. Jennie Bodes. His chil- 
dren are: (953) John A^; and (954) Waiiam &• —(955) Lacy Ann, b. Oct. 
31, 1824, m. Edwin Smith; (956) AdaUne, b. Jan. 30, 1827; (957) Alfred A., b. 
Oct. 27, 1830. 

[601.] ABRAHAM^ PECK, son of Abraham,^ was residing 
in Milford in 1867. He married Dolla Tibbetts. 

CHUDREK — SKVJCNTU GEXKRATIOX: 

(958) Charles H., b. May 7, 1808 ; (959) David, b. Dec. 20, 1809 : (960) Sarah, 
b. Jan. 14, 1812; (961) Jalla, b. Dec 22, 1813; (962) WyUls. b. Jan. 18, 1S16; 
(963) Mary E., b. May 7, 1818; (964) Benedict, b. July 2, 1620; (965) Treat, 
b. Jan. 13, 1823; (966) Bosanna, b. Feb. 15, 1825; (967) Abraham, b. July 14, 
1827 ; (968) Elizabeth, b. Sept. 7, 1831 ; (969) Margaret, b. March 7, 1838. 

[604. J CORNELIUS B.« PECK, son of Besjaiox,* married 
Mary Ann Perry, daughter of Abner Perry, of Hontington, Conn., 
October 19, 1823. He resides in Milford, Conn., where his great- 
grandfather Henry lived and died, being a portion of the original 
estate of the ancestor Joseph. He is a prominent public man. 
To his kindness I am indebted for many facts of interest in rela- 
tion to his ancestors. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(970) Mary Ann, b. June 8, 1825, m. Capt. Ebenezer W. Boggles, of Bridge- 
port, Conn. ; (971) Sarah Frances, m. Ebenezer^W. Beckwith, of Cromwell, 
Conn. ; (972) Henry C, b. In 1829, was residing at home nnm. In 1867 ; (973) 
John, b. Dec 1831, m. Adelaide Morse. His children are : (974) Fammiet* b. 
Aug. 1885; and (975) Cfomelius B.* b. Jan. 2, 1867. 



DBSOEErDANTS OF JOSFPH PECK. S23 

[609.] ELI* PECK, son of Elijah,* settled in Jericho, Vt, 
where he lived and died. ' He married Amanda Bartlett 

GHILDBKN — SKVKNTH QKNEBATION: 

(976) Eli, d. yomig; (977) Moses, settted in Jericho. His chUdren were: 
(978) Sl^; (979) WiUiam*; (980) Sarah^; and (981) CharloUe^ —(982) liabel, 
m. Norman Wright. 

[610.] ZERAH* FECE, son of Eluah,* settled in Hines- 
bor^ Yt He married Abbie Blackman. 

CHILDBXN — SSYEMTH OKNKBATION: 

(983) Charies; (984) Myron; and (985) Betsey. 



824 PBGK omALOcnr. — APPS!n>iz. 



DESCENDANTS OF HENRY PECK, OF NEW 

HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. 

Henry Peck earlj settled at New Hayen. He was among the 
first settlers there in the spring of 1638. He and Deacon William 
Peck, who also settled there in 1638, were doubtless relativesy and 
may have been brothers. They are supposed to hare emigrated to 
this country in the company of Gov. Eaton, with the Ber. John 
Davenport and others, who arrived at Boston, June 26, 1637, in 
the ship " Hector." 

Who his progenitors were has not yet been ascertained. I 
have found none of the descendants to second any efforts of mine 
to do so, although many of them are abundantly able. He s^ed 
the fundamental agreement or compact of the settlers, made June 
4) 1639, and took an active interest in the management and affiurs 
of the settlement His home lot vras in that part of the town now 
the city. A portion of it, on what is now George Street, continues 
in the possession of his descendants. He died in 1651. His will 
is dated October 30, 1651. 

CmLDBKK — SSCOND GKNXRATIOX: 

(1)+Eleazer, bap. March 13, 1643; (2}+Jo8eph, bap. Sept. 6,1647 ; (S)+Beii- 
Jamin, bap. Sept. 5, 1647 ; (4) Elizabeth, b. March 16, 1649, and bap. March 
24, 1650. She m. John Hotchkisa, Dec. 4, 1672. 

These baptisms are npon the chnrch records. The birth of Elizabeth Ib 
upon the town records. 

Mr. Sarage says, in his Genealogical Dictionary, that there were two sons 
by the name of Eleazer, one dying yoong. There may haye been, but I foond 
but one name on record. Mr. Savage and others also say that Joseph and 
Bepjamin were twins ; bat if there is any eridence of it upon the records, I 
Ikiled to find it. 

The fbUowing is the entry as it stands upon the record, with the two pie- 
ceding entries, which I give to show its relation to them : 

«' Mary Hooker daaghter of M' William Hooker bap 5-7*^1647 
Sosannah & John Brasy y* same day 
Joseph & Benjamin Peck y* same day ^ - 

They were both baptized the same day that Mary Hooker was, Sept. 5, 
1647, but I see nothing in the record which indicates that they were twins. 



^The 7th month Old Style was September. 



DBBOEKBANTO OP WBSSBY PECK. 325 

[1.] ELEAZER« PECK, son of Henrt,^ married Mary Bunnell, 
of New Haven, daughter of William Bunnell, October 31, 1671, 
and settled in Wallingford, Conn., where they lived and died. She 
was bom May 4, 1650, and died July 20, 1724, in her 75th year. 
He died in 1734, in his 91 st year. His will is upon record at New 
Haven, B. 6, p. 17^; dated May 4, 1735, and proved March 1,. 
1735-6. 

CHILDBEN — THIRD OENSRATTON: 

(6) Samuel, b. March 8, 1672-8, d. March 12, 1672-8; (6) AbigaU, b. March 
6y 1678-4; (7) Samuel, again, b. in 1675; (8) Mary, b. July 14, 1677, m. a Mr. 
Ebenetha; (9) Martha, b. July 2, 1679; (10)+Stephen, b. Aug. 4, 1681; (11) 
+Bleazer, b. Feb. 19, 1688, d. in 1684; (12) Eleazer, again, 6. June 1685; (18) 
4'Natbaniel ; and (14) Elizabeth, who m. WiUlam Hough, are named in the 
wfll, but not found upon the records of births.* 

[2.] JOSEPEP PECK, son of HbnrtV lived and died in New 
Haven. He resided upon the homestead. He married Sarah, 
daughter of Boger Ailing, of New Haven, November 28, 1672. 
His widow was appointed to administer upon his estate, September 
6, 1720, and returned the inventory September 30, 1720. The 
court ordered a division of the estate among the heirs, October 6, 
1720, New Haven Rec., B. 5, pp. 38, 39 and 48. The widow was 
still residing upon the estate in 1729 when her -gpafidson Joseph 
sold his interest in it. 

CHILDREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

(15) Sarah, b. Sept. 11, 1673, m. Thomas Gilbert, March SI, 169S; (16)+ 
Joseph, b. Ojt. 9, 1675; (17)+Samuel, b. Dec. 29, 1677; (18)+Jame8,b, Feb. 
17, 1679-80; (19)+John, b. Oct. 6, 1682; (20) Eliphalet, b. May 12, 1685, not 
named In the settlement of the estate, was probably then deceased ; (21) Abi- 
gail, b. May 2, 1686, m. Robert Talmadge; (22) Mary, b. Oct. 6, 1689, m. a 
Mr. Roe ; (23) Ebenezer, b. May 2, 1693, nofnamed in the settlement of the 
estate, probably died without issue. 

[3.] BENJAMIN* PECK, son of Henry/ settled in New 
Haven, where he died. He resided in the second division, at the 
place then known as the Sperry farms, afterwards Amity Society, 
now a part of Woodbridge. His will is dated March 3, 1730, and 

* It was with great difficulty and much labor that I was able to find what 
became of this flaraily, and trace ont their descendants. Much in relation to 
their early history yet remains in the daric. It seems to have been nnicnown 
to Mr. Savage and others, that Eleazer had a flimily or left any descendants. 

2S 



326 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDDL 

• 

proved April 5, B. 5, p. 560. He married Marj Sperry, dangbter 
of Richard Sperry, March 29, 1670. 

CHILDREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

(24)+Be]dainln, b. Jan. 4, 1670 ; (25) Mary, b. Sept. 8, 1672, m. John Browi- 
8on, and was residing in Farmington, Conn., Jane 8, 1780; (26) Joaeph,b. 
Feb. 26, 1676, who is supposed to have d. without issue, as his property was 
divided among his brothers and sisters, — ^New Hayen Rec, B. 4, p. 486; (27) 
Esther, b. in 1679, m. Eliphalet Bristol; (28) Ebenezer, b. April 24, 1681, d. in 
infancy ; (29)+Ebenezer, again, b. Jan. 6, 1684 ; (80) Desire, b. Aug. 26, 1687, 
m. Nathaniel Burnett, May 10, 1709, and settled in that part of Waliiqgfonl, 
now Cheshire ; (31) John, probably d. without issue, as no account of his 
descendants is fbund ; (32) Lydia, m. Solomon Terry, and settled in Danbuy, 
Conn. ; (88) MeMtable, m. Ebenezer Stevens, and resided in Danbuy. 

[10.] STEPHEN^ PECK, son of Eleazeb,« resided in Wal- 
lingford. He married Susannah Collier, April 10, 1706. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(84)+Jonathan, b. Dec 14, 1706; (85) Abel, b. Feb. 25, 1709; (86) John, b. 
Sept. 16, 1718 ; (87) Susannah, b. Sept. 8, 1717 ; and probably others. 

[11.] ELEAZEB' PECE, son of Eleazeb,^ at first settled in 
Wallingford, where he resided until about 1726, when he removed 

to Southington, Conn. He was twice married : first, to Ann ; 

second, to Elizabeth Culver, October 30, 1726. 

CHILDREX — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(38) Hannah, b. Jan. 20, 1717; (39) Mehitable, b. July 19, 1719; (40)+Ella. 

klm, b. Oct. 24, 1721 ; (41) Ben^ah, b. Feb. 8, 1724; (42) Gideon, b. ; (43) 

Charles, b. Nov. 8, 1727; (44)+Eleazer, b. July 2, 1780; (45) Zebolon, b. Dec 
9, 1733. 

[13.] NATHANIEL' PECK, son of Eleazer,« resided in 

Wallingford. His wife was Sarah , who died Febmary 14^ 

1780. He died March 26, 1752. His will is upon record at New 
Haven, B. 8, p. 143, dated September 3, 1751, and presented to 
the court for approval April 4, 1752, from which his eldest son 
Joseph appealed. His son Phineas and Abel Munson were the 
executors. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(46) Sarah, b. March 21, 1718, m. Abel Hanson, Nov. 7, 1728 ; (47) Joseph, 
b. July 19, 1716; (48)+Phineas, b. Aug. 4, 1719; (49) Barnabas, b. Dec 2, 
1723; (50) Mary, b. Jane 1, 1725, m. John Sharp, l^ov. 10, 1748; (51) Daniel, 
b. April 80, 1781, d. July 26, 1751. 



DSSCiarDANTS OF HENBT PECK. 327 

[16.] JOSEPBP PECK, son of Joseph,^ settled in Newark, 
N. J. He disposed of the lands set to him from his father's estate 
to his brother James and Samuel. He was a blacksmith by trade 
and occapation. He married Ljdia, daughter of Edward Ball, of 
N. J. She died August 22, 1742. He died January 9, 1746. 

CHILDREN — FOUBTH GENERATION: 

(52)+Jo8eph, b. In 1702; and (63)+Tlmothy, b. In 1709. 

[17.] SAMUEL' PECK, son of Joseph,^ settled in New 
Haven, where he died. His will is upon record there, dated Janu- 
ary 14, 1728-9, and was presented to the court for approval 
November 16, 1739, B. 6, p. 286. He married Abigail, daughter 
of Nathaniel Hitchcock, December 30, 1703. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(54) Sarah, b. March 21, 1705, m. Anthony Thompson, April 20, 1727; (56) 
Samuel, b. Oct. 9, 1708; (66)-|-Timothy, b. April 6, 1711 ; (67)+Amos, b. Jan. 
29,1712-8; (68) Elizabeth, b. Oct. 27, 1714; (69) Mary, b. Feb. 2,* 1716-16 ; 
(60)-|-Mo8e8, b. Nov. 19, 1717; (61) Abigail, b. Nov. 2, 1719; (62) Roger, b. 
Jane 18, 1721, supposed to have been lost at sea. Administration upon his 
estate was granted to his brother Timothy in 1763. This ancient document is 
in the possession of Charles Peck, Esq., of New Haven, neatly preserved in a 
Arame under glass. 

[18.] JAMES3 PECK, son of Joseph ^ settled in New Haven, 
where he died in 1760. His will is upon record there, dated Feb- 
ruary 11, IIGO. He was twice married: first, to Abigail Morris, 
February 4, 1705-6; second, to Hannah Leek, July 10, 1729. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(68) Ebenezer, b. Jan. 20, 1706-7 ; supposed d. uum ; (64)+ James, b. Aug. 
4, I70A; (65) Hannah, b. Aug. 10, 1710, m. James Heaton, Oct. 29, 1780; (66) 
Abigail, b. July 1, 1718, m. Thomas Potter; (67) Sarah, m. Timothy HoweU, 
Aug. 7, 1755; (68) John, b. June 80, 1718; supposed d. young; (69) Morris, a 
twin to John, supposed also d. young ; (70)+Stephen, by 2d wife, b. June 5, 
1730. He was the executor of his father's will, and administered upon his 
mother's estate. 

[10.] JOHKP PECK, son of Joseph,^ lived and died in New 
Haven upon the paternal homestead, located on what is now 
George, below Church Street, (still occupied by the descendants of 
Henry, now more than two hundred years since his decease.) He 
married Esther Morris, January 30, 1706-7. 



328 PECK 6ENEAL0GT. — APPENDIX. 

CHILDBKN^ FOURTH OENKRATION: 

(71)+Joseph, b. Jan. 27, 1707-8; (72)+£Upluaet, b. March 4, 1710; (7S) 
John, b. Aug. 80, 1712, d. yoang. The widow m. John Mix. She was a^ 
pointed guardian of the children, Jan. 5, 1720-1. Joseph chose his nnde 
Samnel his guardian, and James was afterwards appointed guardian for 
Ellphalet. Samuel was appointed to administer upon the estate, June 6, 1720, 
New Hayen Records, B. 5, p. 28. The court ordered the property dlrided. 
One-third was set to the widow. The remainder was divided into four parts, 
of which Joseph, the eldest son, had two, and Ellphalet and John each one. 
To Joseph was set a right in the dwelling-house and homestead. To Ellphalet, 
a part of the old and new house and a part of the orchard. To John, a part 
of the old and new house, with the bam and a part of the orchard. Where 
the original boundaries of this lot were, and where the orchard was located, 
might now be of interest to the antiquarian, or the curious, among the 
descendants, to learn. A gentleman, Mr. Nathan Peck, to whom I am 
Indebted for much of my information upon the subject, informs me that he 
well remembers when there were ancient' fhiit trees standing there, one of 
which was removed some fifty years since, then supposed to have been more 
than one hundred years old. The estate was purchased of the widow and 
heirs of John by his brother James, and by him conveyed to James, Jr., and 
by him to -Stephen and others. 

[24.] BENJAMIN^ PECK, son of BENJAinN,« at first setfled 
in New Haven, and from there removed to Norwich, West Farms, 
now Franklin, Conn. He was admitted a freeman there in 1 700. 
He was a man of wealth and distinction. His wife Mary died 
March 3, 1728. He died May 31, 1742. 

CUILDREX — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(74) Dinah, b. Nov. 80, 1700, m. Jacob WUlls ; (75) EHzabeth, b. Ang. 16, 
1704, d. Aug. 4, 1720; (76)+Joseph, b. Nov. 14, 1706; (77) Mary, b. Feb. 19, 
1708-9 ; (78) Benjamin, b. Dec. 4, 1710, resided in Norwich, where he died. 
His children were : (79) Beuben^; (SO) Benjamin^ ; (81) Stisannah^ ; and (82) 
Benjamin, 2c^ —(83) John, b. May 7, 1712-13, resided in Norwich, where he 
died In 1743, leaving a son (84) John,'' who died yoang. —(85) Ebenezer, b. 
Feb. 16, 1716-16, resided in Norwich. His children were : (86) Ebenezer, jr.^; 
(87) Abihu^- (88) Sarah^ ; (89) Elizabeth^; and (90) SeHl,^ — (91)+Jonathan, 
b. March 1, 1717-18; (92) Daniel, b. May 9, 1719, settled in Scipio, N. Y., 
where he died. His children were : (93) Elizabeth^ ; (94) Mai^ ; (95) Anna^ ; 
(96) -Anna, 2d*; (91) Jedediah^ ; (98) Esther^ ; %Xk^ (99) /SSperry,* whose son 

(100) Asa,^ died at Spring Green, Wis., In 1867, leaving children as follows : 

(101) Eunice'; (102) Olney'' ; (108) Elisha F.\' (104) Stephen AJ; (105) 
Thomas''; (106) Lester N^-, (107) Charles S.'' ; and (108) Theodore'', who 
resides there, and to whom I am indebted for my information. —(109) Submit, 
b. Ang. 1, 1722; (110) Phebe, whose name appears upon the deed, but is not 
found upon the records of births. 



DESCBNDANTS OF' HENBT PECK. 329 

[23.] EBENEZER3 PECK, son of Bbnjamin,^ settled in New 
Haven, and it is supposed in that part known as Amity Society, now 
a part of Woodbridge. He was twice married : first, to Hannah 
Hotcbkiss ; second, to Elizabeth Wilmott. His will was presented 
to the court to be proved May 1768, but was not approved of. The 
court ordered the estate divided among the heirs, B. 10, p. 509. 

CHILDBKK — FOURTH OENBRATTON : 

(lll)+Ebenezer, b. March 12, 1710; (112) Hannah, b. Feb. 15, 1711-12, m. 
a Speny; (113) Mary, b. Nov. 2, 1714, m. a Perkins ; (lU)+Joseph, b. March 
28, 1718 ; (115) Rachel, b. Aug, 1, 1721, m. a Perkins ; (116) Ambrose, b. March 
5, 1725; (117)Lydla, b. Dec. 11, 1728; (118) Eanice, b. Aug. 6, 1730, d. young; 
(119) Bathsheba, b. Sept. 27, 1732; (120)+Benigah, b. Jane 1, 1735; (121) 
Benjamin, b. Aug. 14, 1737, d. young; (122)+Stephen, b. Aug. 5, 1742; (123) 
Eunice, 2d; b. Sept. 28, 1744, m. Jesse Ford, and d. March 26, 1730; (124) 
Bei^ftu^i 2d, b. March 10, 1746-7. He was ablacksmith, and resided in Wood- 
bridge. He m. Thankful Russell, and had several daughters. 

[34.] JONATHAN* PECK, son of Stephen,^ resided in Wal- 
lingford, where he died, December 14, 1752. His will is dated 
October 4, 1752. He married Thankful Benliam, January 31, 
1733. 

CHIIJ>R]EK — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(126) Sarah, b. Nov. 16, 1783 ; (126) Susannah, b. Nov. 8, 1735 ; (127) Eu- 
nice, b. Jan. 13, 1789, d. Oct. 12, 1762 ; (128) Martha, b. Feb. 2, 1741 ; (129) 
ThankAil, b. Aug. 16, 1743; (180) Ruth, b. Dec. 22, 1745; (131)+Samuel, b. 
April 26, 1762 ; and probably others, whose births were not recorded. 

[40.] ELLAXIM* PECK, son of Elbazar,^ resided in South- 
ington. Conn. He was twice married. His first wife was Sarah 

Woodruff. His second was . His first wife died March 9, 

1768. His second wife died of the dropsy, September 28, 1809. 
He died of the palsy. May 7, 1801. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH OENSRATION: 

(182) Thomas, bap. Oct. 16, 1762, m.'Mrs. Mary Judd, d. Dec. 23, 1800. He 
was found dead in the highway ; supposed to have died In a fit ; (183) Abigail, 
bap. July 26, 1764: (184)+£Uakim, bap. Nov. 1769; (186) Phebe, bap. Sept. 9, 
1764, m. Hemingway Bradley, and d. Oct. 80, 1842. 

[44.J ELEAZAR* PECK, son of Eleazab,^ settled at first in 
Farmington, and from there removed to Sand Lake, N. Y., about 
1791, where he died about 1813. He married Elizabeth Wood- 
ruflF, December 6, 1755. 

28* 



330 PECIC GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

CHILDREN — FEPTH OENEBATIOK: 

(136)+Isaac, b. Aug. 21, 1756; (137) Reuben, b. Not. fr, 1757, m. Sanh 
Gridley, of Berlin ; (188) Gemima, b. May 1, 1760, m. Benjamin Bmnson; 
(189) Lncy, b. Oct. 7, 1768, m. John Belknap; (140) Samael, b. Dec 16, 
1766; (141)+Selah, b. Feb. 16, 1771. 

[48.] PHINEAS* PECK, son of Nathaniel,^ resided in Wal- 
lingfordy Conn. He was twice married: first, to Phebe Monson; 
second, to Leah Cook. 

CHILDRKN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(142) Lydia, b. Oct. 18, 1745, d. Dec. 20, 1745 ; (148) Susannah, b. Sept 28, 
1748; (144) Rebecca, b. March 4, 1751, m. first, Amos Williams; second, a 
Pearsons ; and d. in Middletown ; (145) Nathaniel, b. May 2, 1753, d. in Wal- 
lingford, anm. ; (146)+Phineas C, b. Jan. 9, 1756 ; (147) Barnabas, b. Sept. 
25, 1758, d. in the Revolationary war, nnm. ; (148) Joseph, b. Oct. 4, 1761, 
also d. in the war, nnm. ; (149) Lydia, b. Jan. 2, 1764, m. first, Nathan Ma- 
thews; second, Samael Thorber; (150) Daniel, b. Jane 28, 1769, d. onboard 
a prison ship, anm. 

[62.] JOSEPH* PECK, son of Joseph,' settled in Newark, 
N. J., now East Orange, where he died, July 12, 1772. He was a 
fanner, a prominent man, for many years deacon of the Presbyte- 
rian church. He married Jemima Lind^y. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(161)-f David, b. in 1727; (152)+Je8se, b. in 1730; (153)+John, b. in 1782; 
(164) Joseph, b. Jan. 2, 1735; (155) Moses, b. Oct. 6, 1740; (156) Abigail, b. 
about 1743; (157) Ruth, who m. Stephen Dodd, and settled' in Tioga County, 
N. y. ; and (158) Elizabeth, b. in 1747, m. John Wright, and d. in 1819. 

[63.] TIMOTHY* PECK, son of Joseph,' settled in Aiorris- 
town, N. J., where he died, October 17, 1797. He was twice mar- 
ried : first, to Phebe ; second, to Mrs. Hannah Ball, widow. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(159) Nathaniel, b. in 1742, m. Mary Condit, by whom he had daughters, bat 
no sons ; (100) Sarah, who m. Nathaniel Beach ; (161) Lydia, who m. Jonathan 
Hedden ; (162) Phebe, who m. Ezekiel Gable ; and (163) Abigail, who m. a 
Gardner. 

[56.] TIMOTHY* PECK, son of Samuel,' married Lydia 
Lines, September 23, 1736, and removed to Bethany, where he 
died. He was a deacon in the church for many years. His will 
is dated April 5, 1784. The following is from his tombstone: 



DESCENDANTS OF HENBT PECK. 331 

^' In memory of Deacon Timothy Peck, who after he had served his 
own Generation, by the will of GU)d fell on sleep, Jan. 1784, in the 
73d year of his age.** 

CUILDREK— VIFTH OKMEBATION : 

(164) Timothy, b. July 5, 1787; (165) Lydla, b. March 13, 1788-9, m. Samuel 
Hotchkiss; (166) Penliiah, b. Aug. 5, 1740, m. first, Charles Todd; second, 
David Hotchkiss; (167) Titus, b. April 7, 1742; was a Lieutenant in the Bey- 
olutioiiary war, and died of the camp distemper. The following is from his 
tombstone : "In memoiy of Lieut. Titus Peck, who lived beloved, and died 
lamented by all his acquaintances, Oct. 29, 1776, in his 89th year." (168) -f 
Boger; (169) Caleb; (170) Maiy, m. Samuel Hotchkiss; (171) Martha, m. 
Joel Hotchkiss; (172)+8amuel, b. in 1758. 

[67.] AMOS* PECK, son of Samuel,' settled at first in New 
Haven. He was one of the founders of the Congregational Church, 
now known as the second or North ChorcL From New Haven he 
removed to Mount Carmel, Conn., where he died January 28, 1783. 
He married Elizabeth Leek* He was a Deacon of the church. 

CHILDRKN — riFTH QEXBRATION: 

(178) Abigail, b. Oct. 80, 1742; (174) Elizabeth, b. June 22, 1744; (175) Sa- 
rah, b. Feb. 21, 1746-6; (176) Maiy, b. Sept. 80, 1747; (177)+Amo8, b. July 
29, 1749 ; (178) Phebe, b. May 18, 1751 ; (179) Moses, b. March 18, 1758 ; (180) 
El^ah, b. April 12, 1755; (181) Hannah, b. May 21, 1757; (182) Jesse, b. Aug. 
29, 1760 ; (188)+Joseph, b. July 5, 1762. 

[60.] MOSES* PECK, son of Samubl,^ was a watchmaker by 
trade, and settled in Boston, Mass. His will is on record there, 
B. 99, p. 158, dated October 12, 1799. 

CHILDREX — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(184) Abigail, b. Oct. 1744; (185) Sarah, b. Not. 24, 1752, m. Jonathan 
Stickney; (186) Samuel, b. Oct. 80, 1758, d. young; (187) Moses, b. July 4, 
1776, d. young; (188) Samuel, again, b. Sept. 21, 1768, d. young; (189) Eliza- 
beth, b. June 24, 1771, m. William Thurston; (190)+£iyah. 

[64.] JAMES* PECK, son of James,' called upon the records 
James, jr., Lieut, and Capt James, resided in New Haven. He 
married Mary Hitchcock. He was the keeper of a tavern, the lo- 
cation of which is given on Wadsworth's Map of New Haven, 1,748. 

CHILDBEN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(191) Eunice, b. Feb. 14, 1781-2; (192) Ebenezer, b. Jan. 1, 1783-4; (198) 
William, b. July 12, 1786 ; (194) Ablah, b. Nov. 22, 1788 ; (195) Thankftd, b. 



332 PBCC GSTBALOGT. — AFFKBTBIX. 

April 9, 1741 ; (196) Jamefl, b. Jan. 14, 1742-S, setUed at first in New Haren, 
where he was a shipmaster; from there remoTed to Canaan, Conn., where he 
died, leaving two sons : (197) Waiiam* ; and (198) Sheldon.* —(199) Mary.b. 
Feb. 25, 1744-5 ; (200) Hannah, b. Feb. 15, 174^-7 ; (201) AbigaU, b. March 6, 
1748-9 ; (202)+£benezer, second, b. Jan. 14, 1750-1. 

[70] STEPHEN* PECK, son of James,* settled in New 
Haven, upon the Oeorge Street estate, so called, pordiased by 
his father of the widow and heirs of John, grandson of Henrj the 
Ancestor. The house in which Stephen resided I am told stood 
upon the northeast side of the street, and was large for those days. 
It was doubtless the new house alluded to and set to Eliphalet 
and John, the great-grand-children of Henry, in the division of 
their father's estate. It was taken down some fifty years since, 
having the appearance of being very old. 

Stephen married, first, Esther Munson ; second, Lydia Miles. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENEBATIOX : 

(208) Esther, b. July 1, 1763, m. Nathan Oaks. The house in which she 
resided, and which is upon this estate, is still standing in a good state of 
preservation, occupied by the widow of her son, Charles H. Oaks, and her 
grand-daughter, the wife of Professor George E. Day, of Yale Theological 
Seminary. (204)-f Henry, b. Aug. 20, 1755; (205) Elisha, b. Oct. 11, 1767, 
d. young; (206)-|-John, b. Dec. 12, 1759; (207) Stephen, b. Feb. 2, 1765, d. in 
the West Indies, unm. ; (208) Sarah, b. April 24, 1766, m. Thomas Trow- 
bridge ; (209) Lucy, b. July 20, 1768, m. WilUam Trowbridge. 

[71.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of John,^ left New Haven at an 
early date, and settled at Norwalk, Conn., and from there it is sup- 
posed removed to what is now Bethel. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION I 

(210)+Joseph, b. in 1734; (211)-f Abljah; (212) Ezra, d. in 1826, leaving no 
sons; (218)+Levi; (214) Mary; and (216) Rebecca. 

[72.] ELIPHALET^ PECK, son of John,^ settled in Dan- 
bury. He left New Haven at an early date. It was with much 
labor and diflSculty that I was able to trace out and find what 
became of him and his brother Joseph. It was supposed that they, 
as well as their brother John, might have died without issue ; and 
had it not been for the information given me, and the generous 
kindness shown me by Rev. George Peck, of Providence, Penn., a 



DESCENDANTS OF HENBT PECK. 333 

descendant of Eliphalet, and his earnest desire that his branch of 
the name might be traced back and connected with its proper 
ancestor, I, perhaps, never should have traced them out, and 
should thus have left out of the history their descendants, who, it 
will be seen, are a very important branch of the name. I had 
found Mr. Peck and his brothers, and learned the distinguished 
positions they occupied, but was unable to connect them either 
with the Connecticut or Massachusetts Peck^, or to tell to what 
branch of the name they belonged, until he gave me the name of 
his great-grand-father, and assured me he was of Danbury, Conn. 
After a careful examination of my manuscripts and papers, I came 
to the conclusion that his branch could be no other than the 
descendants of the Joseph or Eliphalet whom I had been unable 
to follow beyond their youth, and the appointment of their guar- 
dians, and determined to settle the matter, if possible, beyond any 
doubt upon the subject. I visited Danbury, and the adjoining 
towns, but could learn 'from none of the records, or aged per- 
sons I found, where the Danbury Pecks were from, or who the 
Ancestor was. I had already examined the town. Church, Probate 
and Land Becords, at New Haven, but a more protracted exam- 
ination afterwards enabled me, with other evidence, to decide the 
matter, and there is now no question but that Joseph and Eli- 
phalet were the Ancestors of the Danbury Pecks, and the de- 
scendants of Henry, of New Haven. 

Eliphalet lived and died in Danbury, at an advanced age. The 
Church Becords at Bethel show that he and his wife Bebecca and 
son Jesse became members at its organization. 

CHILDIUEN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(216) Jesse; (217) Phineas; (218) Elkanah; (219) John; (220) Stephen; 
(221) Esther, who m. Stephen Cartis; and (222) Rebecca, who m. Aaron 
Stone. 

[76.] JOSEPH* PECK, son of Bbnjamin,^ resided in Norwich. 
He was a prominent man. He kept a pablic house for many years. 
He was three times married : first, to Hannah Carrier, of Colches- 
ter, March 5, 1729; second, to Elizabeth Edgarton, of Norwich, 
October 19, 1742; third, to Elizabeth Carpenter, of Norwich, De- 
cember 22, 1754. His first wife died February 2, 1741-2; his 



334 PBCK GBanSALOGT. — APPEKDIZ. 

seeoiid wife died September 1, 1753 ; his third wife died December 
26, 1817. He died September 9, 1776. His will is upon record 
Mi Nwwid, B. 6, p. 87, dated Januarj 9, 1776. 

CHnJMeEr — TIFTH OKXEItATTOX: 

(SSS) SseoB, K April 21, 1790, d. July 22, 1731 ; (224) Joseph, b. May 21, 
1731, raided im Xorwidi, bow Fimakliii, where he died. The division of his 
estate is iipoa record at Xonridi, B. 11, p. 35. He m., for his first wife, Jo- 
aima Sudd, of Norwich, June 9, 1752 ; for his second, Susanna Brokway, of 
Lime, Oct. 12, 1756; for his third, Bachel Fitch, of New London, Feb. 2, 1768; 
aad for his fonrtli, Mrs. Zerriah Hastings, Dec 20, 1764. His children were : 
(2^) Joammefi; (226) Am^; (227) LauuZ*; (228) Sutannah* ; and (229) Boxana* 
— (230) Simeon, again, b. Jan. 21, 1732-3, resided in Norwich, where he died. 
He m. Ruth Willis, Jan. 29, 1755. His children were : (231) Bwie Annc^; 
(232) WaUef*; (233) Kbbe^; (234) Jabes*; (235) JathleO'; (236) Simeon*; 
(237) XNO'; (238) Buik*; (239) XydMi*; and (240) Jo9eph* —(241) Jathleel, b. 
Jane 23, 1734; (242) Gideon, b. Not. 10, 1736, d. Oct. 19, 1740; (243) H innah, 
b. July 19, 1739; (244) Gideon, again, b. Jan. 25, 1741-2; resided in Norwich. 
He m. first, Irena Tracy, of Norwich, April 18, 1763; second, Sarah Edg- 
comb, Mardi 1, 1769. His children were : (245) Aeel*; (246) Wealthy*; (247) 
JSleamar*; and (248) IremeJ — (249)+Bela, b. Jolj 10, 1758; (250) Cynthia, b. 
Aug. 14, 1761. 

[91.] JONATHAN* PECK, son of Benjamin,' resided in Nor- 
wich. He married Bethiah Bingham, January 14, 1741-2. The 
dinsion of his estate is on record, B. 7, p. 36, dated September 5, 
1780. 

CmLDREX — FIFTH GENERATION : 

(251)+Phineas, b. July 28, 1743; (252) Bethiah, b. March 6, 1745, m. Heze- 
kiah Edgerton ; (253) Lacy, b. May 20, 1747, m. Jason Gager; (254)-f Darius, 
b. March 14,1749-50; (255) Sybel, b. March 16, 1752, m. Elijah Edgerton; 
(256) Eunice, b. Oct. 1754; (257) John, b. Nov. 14, 1756; was lost at sea; 
i,258) Jonathan, b. Nov. 9, 1758 ; d.Dec 14, 1758 ; (259)+ Jathleel, b. Jan. 1, 1760. 

[111.] EBENEZER^ PECK, son of Ebbnezer,^ settled in New 
Haven. He married Mary Johnson, January 20, 1736-7. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(260) Hannah, b. Jan. 8, 1737-8; (261) Mary, b. Sept. 24, 1739; (262) Eben- 
ezer, b. Sept. 27, 1741 ; (263) Noah, b. Dec, 3, 1743; (264) Hannah, again, b. 
Dec. 7, 1745 ; (266) Rachel, b. June 10, 1748 ; (266) Jane, b. AprU 22, 1753. 

[114.] JOSEPH* PECK, son of Ebenezer,^ settled at Amity, 
now a part of Woodbridge. He married Anna Perkins, January 
12, 1743-4. His wiU is at New Haven, B. 16, p. 622. 



DESGEfiTDAXTES OF HENBY PECK. 335 

OHILBBXN — HFTH QBHXRATIOK: 

(267) Seth, settled in Bristol, Conn. ; (268) Joseph, who was a Jail«keeper, 
and had chUdren, viz : (269) Jo9^*; (270) Bela'; (271) Nanq^; and (272) 
Sarah.* —(278) Dan, settled in Bristol; (274) John, who m. Lois Osbom, and 
had children, viz: (276) Osbom'; (276) Francis^; (277) John'; (278) EliMa'; 
and (279) Charlotte,' now the widow Ceveit, residing at New Haven. —(280) 
Henry, who settled at Bristol; (281)Amey; (282) Dorcas; (288) Bathsheba; 
(284) Asenath ; and (285) Electa, who m. Roger Ailing. 

[120,] BENAJAH* PECK, son of Ebenezeb,^ resided in 
Woodbridge, where he died May 19, 1785. The distribution of his 
estate is on record at New Haven, B. 18, p. 51. He married 
Sarah Mansfield. 

CHILDKEN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(286) Eunice, who m. Asahel Brooks ; and (287)+ Jonathan Mansfield Peck, 
b. in 1857, and probably others not on record. 

[122.] STEPHEN* PECK, son of Ebbnezbb,^ married Eunice 
Bradley, daughter of Timothy Bradley, and resided in Wood- 
bridge, where he died, June 13, 1830. His will is upon record at 
New Haven, B. 40, p. 293. 

CHILDBEN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(288)+SUa8, b. May 23, 1766; (289)+Hezekiah, b. July 7, 1767; (290)+ 
Stephen, b. Dec. 80, 1774 ; (291) Edward, b. Oct. 23, 1778, d. unm., Jane 24, 
1841 ; (292) Eunice, b. April 3, 1781, m. Deacon David Smith ; (293) SaUy, b. 
Dec 5, 1788, m. John Hubbard; (294) Polly B., b. July 17, 1787, m. David 
Perkins. 

[131.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Jonathan,* is supposed to 
have married Anna Hall, and at first settled in Wallingford, and 
from there removed to Manheim, N. Y., about 1800, where he died, 
November 20, 1824. 

CHILDREN — SDCTH GENERATION: 

(295)+JoIm; (296) Ellhu, d. unm.; (297)+Isaac; (298) Augustus, d. num.; 
(299) Eunice, m. a Glllett; (800) Anna, b. Sept. 5, 1780, m. Thomas Sher- 
wood; (801) Martha, b, Jan. 22, 1784; (302) ThankfUl, b. June 27, 1790. 

[134,] ELIAKIM* PECK, son of Eliakim,* settled in Sonth- 
ington, and from there is said to have removed to Colebrook, 
GoniL 



336 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

CHILDBXN — SOTTH GXNXBATION: 

(808) James, m. a Miner; (804) Erastns, m. Locretia, daughter of Jesse 
Carrington ; (805) Haldah, m. a Miner; (806) Josiah; (807) Jeremiah; (806) 
Baymond; (809) Sally; and (810) Aaenath. Jeremiah, and Raymond who m. 
I'anny Woodrnff, settled at the West. 

[ 1 36.] ISAAC^ PE CK, son of Eleazab,^ settled at Sand Lake, 
N. Y.; where he died in 1838. He married Hannah Monson. She 
died February 28, 1846, aged 85 years. 

GHILDRKN — SIXTH OKNKRATIOK: 

(811) Kabby, d. aged about 25 years, without issue; (812)+Marcus ; (818) 
Candace, m. Herman Griffen, and left children ; (814) Hannah, m. Peaice Hor- 
ton, and d. in 1840, leaving chndren; (815)+Lucas; (816) Betsey, m. Gideon 
Butts, and d. in 1824, leaving children ; (817) Isaac, enlisted into the United 
States service, and was drowned at St. Augustine by the upsetting of a boat, 
Feb. 1825. 

[141.] SELAH5 PECK, son of Eleazab,* settled in Green- 
bush, N. Y., and from there removed to Camden. He died in 
Athens, Mich., in 1859. He married Temperance, daughter of 
Benjamin Wilcox, of Bristol, Conn. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(318) Eleazar, b. Jan. 6, 1798, settled at Camden, N. Y. His children were : 
(819) Polly'; (820) George S.'' ; (821) DanieV ; (322) Catharine'; (328) Amey 
Z.^(824) William J,''; (825) Temperance L,'' ; (826) John S.'' ; (327) I^nnie 
A.''; (328) Eleazar (?.%• (329) Sidney Jf.'; and (330) Hannah DP —(331) Van 
Rensselaer, b. in 1800, settled in Camden, N. Y. His children were : (332) Nor- 
man'' ; (333) Lyman B.'' ; and (334) Beuhen VJ —(385) Harriet, m. Isham 
Simons, and resides in Athens, Mich. ; (836) Amey, m. David Hitchcock, of 
York, Mich.; (337) Caroline, m. Joel Hitcbcock; (338) Sophia, m. Sndth 
White. 

[146.] PHINEAS C.« PECK, son of Phineas,* resided in that 
part of Wallingford, Conn., now Prospect He died August 15, 
1809. He married Elizabeth Doolittle. She died December 20, 
1843, in her 92d year. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(339) Benjamin, b. in 1776 ; (840) Samuel, b. in 1780, and d. in Green, N. Y., 
in 1860. His children are : (841) Horace,'' resides in German, N. Y. ; (842) 
Clarissa''; (343) DanieP ; (344) Samuel S.'' ; (845) Asahel P.'; (346) PhUo NJ ; 
(347) Levi H'' ; and (848) BeUey M.'' —(349) Nathaniel, b. in 1784, resides in 
Camden, Ind. His chUdren are: (850) Elizabeth''; (851) Jo*^ i^.'; (852) 



DESCENDANTS OF HENBY PECK. 337 

John C; and (36S) George IT.'— (864) Esther, b. in 1787, m. a Mr. Huff, and 
resides, a widow, in Middletown, Conn. ; (355) Elizabeth, b. in 1790, and d. in 
1864, nnm. 

[161 J DAVID* PECK, son of Joseph,* was a farmer, and re- 
sided in East Orange, N. J., where he died April 6, 1796. He 
married Mary Williams. 

CmLDRBN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(356) Daniel, d. in 1827; no issue; (357)+James; (358) Abiel, m. Phebe 
Canfleld, no issue ; and (859) Ruth, who also d. without issue. 

[152.] JESSE* PECK, son of Joseph,* settled in East Orange, 
where he died September 17, 1771. He was a farmer. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(360) Moses, b. in 1767, d. in 1783; no issue; (361) David, b. in 1762, d. in 
1815; no issue; (362) Jeremiah, d. in 1797; no issue. 

[163.] JOHN* PECK, son of Joseph,* settled in East Orange, 
where he died December 28, 1811. He was a prominent man; 
Judge of the County Court, a member of the Legislature, etc. He 
was twice married : first, to Elizabeth Dodd ; second, to Mary Har- 
rison. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(363) Joseph, b. Nov. 27, 1758, m. Marj Hedden; resided in East Orange. 
His children were: (364) Phehe'' ; (365) Betsey'; (366) Lydia; (367) Mary 
AnvP; (368) Aaron'; (369) Sarah' ; (370) Fanny''; and (371) Deborah,'' —(372) 
+Stephen, b. in 1760; (373) Jared, joined the Revolutionary Army, and was 
supposed to have been killed; (374) Aaron, b. in 1771, m. Esther Canfleld. 
His children were : (375) Lewis'; and (376) Nancy,'' (377)-fJohn, b. Nov. 
28, 1773 ; (378) Rhoda, m.' Caleb Hedden ; (379) Betsey, m. Ezekiel Ball ; (880) 
Sarah, m. Stephen Hedden. Her descendants reside in New Albany, Ind. 

[168.] ROGERS PECK, son of Timothy,^ settled at first in 
Bethany, Conn., and from there removed to Waterbury, where he 
died about 1809. He was a prominent man; a member of the 
Legislature, etc. He was twice married : fii'st, to Philena Hine ; 
second, to Mary Atwater. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION:: 

(381) Betsey, m. Edward Perkins, and d. in Medina, Ohio, leaving children. 
(382) Roger, m. a Miss Camp, and d. in Bethany, leaving two children : (383) 
Sidney'' ; and (384) Susan,'' who were twins. —(385) Lydia, m. Lyman Sperry, 
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and settled in Summit Coontj, Ohio, and has children ; (S8€) Leri, b. Oct 8, 
17S0, m. Pollj Sperry, and d. in 1850. His children were : (887) JfaryJ d. in 
infancy ; (388) Lucius G.,'' who resides in New Haven, a lawjer of exiensire 
practice, to whom I am Lodebted for my information in relation to the ftmily; 
and (389) JuliOUj' who d. in infkncy. —(390) Vims, was lost at sea; (391) 
Salome, d. in infancy ; (392) Mary P., liring and onm. in 1866 ; (393) Chazks, 
d. in 1854 ; (394) John A., m. Ann Buggies. 

[172.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Timothy/ was a soldier in 
the ReTolution. He settled in Bethany, Conn., where he was 
killed August 9, 1796, in removing hay from the field. He mar- 
ried Marv BeacL 

CHILDREX — SDTTH GENERATION: 

(39.V,+Samnel, b. in 1776; (396) Isaac, b. July 25, 1779, m. Catharine Tator, 
and settled in Ledyard. X. Y. His children were : (397) Catharine'; (398) 
Frederick BJ ; and (399) Cf^nthiaJ —(400) PoUy, m. Daniel Willmarth, d. in 
1861, leaving 11 children; (401) Tniman; (402)+Titns; (403)+Abel, b. May 
15, 1789; (404) Martha, b. July 20. 1791: m. first, MerriU Kimball; second, 
Gideon WiUcox, and resides in New Haven ; (405)+ Jeremiah, b. Oct. 17, 1793. 

. [177.] AMOS^ PECK, son of Alios,* resided in Hamden, 
where he died October 23, 1838. He married Lois Chatterton, 
January 2, 1772. She died September 22, 1852, aged 100 
years, 8 months and 6 davs. 

CHILDBEX — SIXTH GEXERATIOy : 

(40t3;-f Jeremiah, b. Dec. IS. 1773: (407) Benjamin, b. March 13. 1776; (40-) 
Mary, b, Jan. 2S, 1779, m. Deacon Jesse Bradley; i,4a9) Lois, b. Jan. 27, 1762, 
m. Samacl Dickerman; v^l^y Chloe, b. March 13, 1786, m. Seymore Tattle; 
(411^ -f Amos, b. Nov. 14, 17D4. 

[183.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Amos,* resided in Hamden, 
Conn. He died August 9, 1845. He married Olive Chatterton. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GEXERATIOX : 

(412) Sarah, m. a Morse; (413) Olive, m. Seymore Goodyear; (414) Jolla, 
d. unm. ; (415) llannah, m. a Roe; (410) Fanny, m. a HaU; and (417) Zeri. 
whose children were: (418) Elizahah' ; (419) Lorenzo'; (420) Andme' ; (421) 
Cornelius'; (422) Mehitable' ; (423) Marinda' ; (424) Catharine'; and (425) 
Friend."^ 

[190.] ELIJAH^ PECK, son of Moses,* settled, lived and 
died in Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GEN-ERATIOX : 

(420)+Samael, b. June 4, 1778; (427) Sarah; (428) AbigaU, who m. a Mr. 
Leach ; and Mary, who m. Benjamin Stickney. 



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[202.] EBENEZER5 PECK, son of James,* called upon the 
records Captain, resided at New Haven. He was an enterpris- 
ing merchant. Prior to the embargo of 1807, was said to have 
been the largest ship-owner of that collection district. He mar- 
ried Bebecca Dickerman. 

CniLDREX — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(429) Ebenezer, b. Aug. 23, 1791, was lost at sea; (430) -f James, b. March 
6, 1793 ; (431) Rebecca, b. Jan. 6, 1795, d. April 1863, unm. ; (432) Mary, b. 
Jao. 30, 1797, d. in 1806; (433) Martha, b. Sept. 16, 1799, m. Cornelius Hoge- 
bom; (434) Grace, b. Sept. 1, 1801, m, William C. Butler; (435) Emily, b. Oct. 
24, 1803, m. Rev. Judson A. Root, for many years pastor of the Congrega- 
tional church, at Branford. She resides at New Haven ; (436) Harriet, b. 
Jan. 4, 1806, is unm. 

[204.] HENRYS PECK, son of Stephen/ resided in New 
Haven upon the George Street Estate. The house which he 
built is occupied by Lewis Mix. He married Hannah Lewis. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERiLTION : 

(437) Esther, b. Dec. 19, 1788; m. first, Capt. David G. Phlpps; second, 
Capt. Solomon Phlpps ; (438) Maiy, b. Feb. 6, 1785, m. Thomas Dugal, and d. 
in Georgetown, D. C. ; (439) Grace, b. Dec. 2, 1786, m. Ell Mix; had a large 
family. Charles E. Mix, her eldest son, has been chief clerk In the Indian 
Department at Washington for man}' years ; (440) Ellsha, b. May 27, 1788, d. 
Oct. 18, 1789; (441)+EUsba, again, b. May 6, 1790. 

[206.] JOHN^ PECK, son of Stephen,^ married Mary Lewis, 
and resided near his brother Henry. They were spar and block- 
makers; their shop was Upon the same lot near their dwelling. 
He died October 12, 1805. 

CniLDUEN — SIXTH GEXERATION : 

(442) Nehemlah L., b. Aug. 4, 1789, resided at the South, d. Feb. 2, 1821, 
onm.; (443) Nancy, b. Sept. 9, 1791, d. Jan. 10, 1858, unm.; (444) Betsey E., 
b. Jan. 29, 1793, d. July 27, 1847, unm.; (445) Mary, b. Dec. 19, 1798, d. Nov. 
4, 1859, unm. ; the sale and division of her estate among the heirs at law who 
were very numerous, was procured by Henry White, Esq., of New Haven, the 
distinguished antiquarian, as well as lawyer, to whose kindness I am Indebt- 
ed for Information upon the subject. 

[210.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Joseph,^ was a Presbyterian 
clergyman, and preached at Bethel, Conn. He commenced his 
labors there in 1786. He died May 19, 1791, and was buried 
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340 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

his people. From the Church records, it appears that he came 
there from an adjoining Presbytery. 

ClIILD — SIXTH gbnsration: 
(446)+Joseph, settled in New Milford, Conn. 

[211.] ABIJAH* PECK, son of Joseph,* settled in Dan- 
bury, Conn., where he died. Hift will is upon record there, B. 
8, p. 401. He married Rachel Stevens. 

CniLDREK — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(447)+Eliaklm; (448)+AbUah; (449) Annie, who m. Peter Benedict; and 
(450) Rachel, who m. Edward Eli. 

[213.] LEVP PECK, son of Joseph,* resided in Danbury, 
where he died March 4, 1815. He was twice married: first, to 
Jerusha Starr, of Danbury ; second, to Sarah Booth, of Stratford. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(^451) Noah, who d. in Northeast New York, and left chUdren, riz : (452) 
mram\' (453) Lavinia\' (464) Harmon'; (455) AlheH'' ; (456) EdwardP ; (457) 
Jamaa'; and (458) Le«<». — (459)+Eli, b. Aug. 28, 1778; (460) +David,b. Feb. 18, 
1781 ; (461) Anah, b. May 29, 1783, m. Ezra O. Knapp, and settled in West- 
moreland, N. Y. Her sons, O. P.,^ and William^'' reside at Fondulac, Wis. — 
(462) Daniel, b. June 20, 1787, d. April 25, 1865, unxn. ; (468)-f William, b. Dec. 
12,1789; (464) Jerusha, b. Jan. 29, 1702, d. Feb. 24, 1816; (465) Joseph, b. 
Jan. 21, 1796, d. Oct. 14, 1849, unm. ; (466) Rebecca, b. Feb. 15, 1800, resides 
in Danbury, a widow. 

[216.] JESSE^ PECK, son of Eliphalet,^ settled in the 
south part of Danbury, now Bethel, upon new lands where he 
made himself a farm. The house in which he resided has been 
torn down, but the one erected near it by his son is still stand- 
ing, and was occupied by Samuel Judd in 1867. 

He and four sons entered the army in the Revolutionary 
war. He and his sons Nathaniel and Eliphalet were taken pris- 
oners and confined in New York until they took the small-pox, 
when they were released, and came home on foot. His son Eli- 
phalet recovered from the disease, and returned to the army, 
but he and his son Nathaniel died. He was a member of the 
Church at Bethel, with which he United at its organization with 
his father and mother, in 1760. He married Ruth Hoyt. She 
was born February 26, 1738, and died February 2, 1809. He died 
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CHILDREN— SDCXn GENERATION: 

(467) Nathaniel, b. Dec. 12, 1767, d. Feb. 1, 1777; (468)4-Ellphalet, b. March 
19,1758; (469)+Je88e, b. Dec. 22, 1769 ; (470) Benjamin, b. Sept. 24, 1761; 
(471) Lois, b. Oct. 28, 1763, m. Israel Nlckerson ; lived to be aged ; left no 
issue; (472)+Calvln, b. Sept. 3, 1766; (473)4-Luther, b. June 12, 1767; (474) 
+Daniel, b. Aug. 21, 1769; (476) Mercy, b. Oct. 29, 1771, d. Nov. 30, 1776; 
(476) Esther, b. Aug. 13, 1773, d. Dec. 26, 1776. 

[249.] CAPT. BELA5 PECK, of Revolutionary memory, son 
of Joseph,^ resided at Norwich, Conn., where he died, December 
15, 1850, in the 93d year pf his age. During a long life, industry, 
energy, prudence, firmness and integrity, were the leading traits of 
his character. He had strong common sense, and great practical 
wisdom. 

He was twice married : first, to Miss Betsey Billings, daughter 
of Capt. William Billings, October 20, 1787; second, to Mrs. 
Lydia Spaulding, widow of Asa Spaulding, August 18, 1819. His 
first wife died November 24, 1818, aged 54 years. His second 
wife died August 18, 1835, aged 68 years. 

CHILDREN — SEXTU GENKltATION : 

(477) Wniiam BUUngs, b. Nov. 30, 1788. He d. Dec. 18, 1805, while a stu- 
dent at Yale CoHege ; (478) Charlotte, b. Oct. 21, 1790. She m. Ebcnezer 
Learned, Esq., of New Loudon, Oct. 10, 1808. She d. In 1819, leaving three 
children: Betsey P,,'' Ebenezer, jr,^'' and Billings PJ Learned, — Betsey P., b* 
Nov. 1809, m. Rev. Robert McEnen, and resides in New Loudon, Couu. Ebcn- 
ezer, b. Nov. 1811, is a graduate of Yale College, and resides in Norwich, 
where he studied and practised law, and is now President of Norwich Fire 
Lasurance Company. Billings P., b. June 1813, is a graduate of Yale College; 
resides in Albany, N. Y., and Is President of the Union Bank. (479) Harriet, 
the youngest daughter of Capt. Bela Peck, was b. March 17, 1795. At the age 
of 12 years, she was taken by her father to Bethlehem, Pa., and placed in the 
celebrated Moravian School at that place. She remained there duriug 1807-8, 
and finished her school studies at Hartford, In 1809. 

On May 11, 1812, at the early age of 17 years, she was married to William 
Williams, of Norwich, Conn. She accompanied her husband to Europe In 
1823, and resided one year In France. Since that time, her home has been in 
Norwich, in which city she has, for the past quarter of a centurj^ exerted an 
Influence as marked as it has been beneficent. 

Mrs. Williams Inherited ftdm her father those distinguishing characteristics 
to which his success in life was due, — a clear, active mind, a discriminating 
judgment, unusual business tact, and untiring energy. Her generous impulses 
are continually prompting her to well directed acts of kindness and benevo- 
lence. 

In 1850, Mrs. Williams founded and liberally endowed the " Peck Library," 

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in the Norwich Free Academy, which will remain a permanent and lasting 
memorial of her own generosity, and her father's name. 

Gen. Williams, her husband, was bom in Stonington, Conn., March 12, 
1788. At an early age he was employed in a shipping honse in New Yoik 
City, where he received a thorough mercantile training. For several yean 
after their marriage he was engaged in mannfttctnring, at Norwich Falls. 

From 1821 to 1827, he performed a number of snccessftil commercial Toy- 
ages to Europe and South America. 

In 1828, he engaged in the whaling business, in New London, where he es- 
tablished the house of Williams & Bams. Though residing in Norwich, he 
has continued to be interested in, and connected with this business, up to th« 
present time. 

In 1883, he was instmmental in establishing the Merchants Bank, of No^ 
wich, of which institution he was chosen first President. This office he held 
for twenty-five years, resigning the same at the age of 70^ 

In 1858, he, with a few other public spirited gentlemen, organized and en- 
dowed the Norwich Free Academy, which has proved one of the model high 
schools of New England. He is now President of the Board of Trustees of 
this institution. 

He united with the Congregational church in 1820, and has ever been active 
in good works. He is a corporate member of the American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreign Missions, and Vice-President of the Bible, Seaman's 
Friend, and Home Missionary Societies. 

For a score of years, Gen. Williams has devoted a large portion of his time 
to the promotion of the cause of education in Eastern Connecticut. During 
many seasons he visited annually nearly every district school within twenty 
miles of his house, distributing among them usefhl books and papers, and 
encouraging both teachers and pupils by his words of advice and the interest 
he evinced in their welfare. 

He has always manifested an especial interest in the moral and religious 
condition of the Mohegan Indians, living on a government reservation a few 
miles ft"om Norwich ; and by his personal effbrt, and weekly visits, the church 
situated in their midst has in a great measure been sustained. 

He still continues active, promoting by his means and influence every be- 
nevolent enterprise, at home or abroad, which commends lt-;elf to his judg- 
ment. 

Their children are: William Peck'' Williams, b. May 1813, d. Feb. 1815; 
Tlwmas Wheeler' Williams, b. June 1815, d. Sept. 12, 1855, aged 40 years. 
His early training was for the mercantile profession, which he received in the 
counting-house of Messrs. Grinnell, Minturn & Co., New York. From there, 
at the age of 20, he entered the counting-house of Messrs. Williams & Baras, 
New London, who were In the whaling business. He soon became a partner, 
and during the last fifteen years of his life was extensively engaged in the 
commerce of New London. He was an honorable, practical, successful mer- 
chant. Beta Peck'' Williams, their youngest son, b. April 12, 1817, d. July 6, 
1831, of brain fever, from too severe application to his studies. In preparation 
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[261,] PHINEAS* PECK, son of Jonathan,* settled in Nor- 
wich, now Franklin. He married Elizabeth Barstow, December 
22, 1768. She died in 1823. He died September 15, 1813. 

CHILDBEN — 8DCTH OENIERATION : 

(480)+Jonatlian, b. Sept. 18, 1769; (481) Elizabeth, b. July 16, 1772; (482) 
Phineas, b. Oct. 14, 1774 ; (488)+Gates, b. Feb. 27, 1778 ; (484) Jathleel, b. 
June 80, 1780; (485)+ Ambrose, b. July 10, 1782 ; (486) Phebe, b. Oct. 8, 1785, 
m. Paniel Gager, March 22, 1805. 

[254,] DARIUS^ PECK, son of Jonathan,* resided in Nor- 
wich. He was twice married : first, to Hannah Warner, of Wind- 
ham, November 5, 1772 ; second, to Mary Frances. His inventory 
was presented to the court April 30, 1804 (B. 10, p. 281). 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(487) Bradford, b. Nov. 5, 1778, d. in the XJ. S. service ; (488) Darius, b. 
Oct. 11, 1775, d. at sea; (489) John, b. May 6, 1778, d. in the West Indies; 
(490)-f-Jo8eph, b. Jan. 21, 1782; (491) Henry, d. in Charleston, S. C; (492) 
Warner, d. on Staten Island ; (498) Hannah, m. Gordon Fitch, and settled in 
Cleveland, Ohio; (494)+Elisha, b. June 20, 1796; (495) Anna, m. Henry 
Parks ; (496) Lucy, m. Alfired Young, and was residing in New Haven, a 
widow, in 1866. 

[259.] JATHLEEL^ PECK, son of Jonathan,^ resided in 
Norwich, where he married Olive Hyde. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(497) John, b. Oct. 22, 1782; and (498) Lucretia, b. Sept. 12, 1784. 

[287.] JONATHAN MANSFIELD^ PECK, son of Benajah,* 
resided in-Woodbridge. He married Elizabeth Andrews. The 
following is from his tombstone : 



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In memory of Lieut. Jonathan Mansfield Peck, who, at his daily 
labor, by a falling tree was instantly deprived of life, on the 21 of 
April, 1788, in the 30th year of his age. 

^' As a husband a father and a friend, he was a pattern of imita- 
tion." 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: P 

(499)+George F., b. Jan. 5, 1781 ; (500) Rosannah, m. Jacob Tolles; (501) 
Amarita, m. Reed Bosworth; (502) Benajah; and (503) Betsey, who m. Jesse 
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844 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

[288.] SILAS^ PECK, son of Stephen,* resided in the nortt 
easterly part of Woodbridge, where* his son Lewis has since lived 
and died, and where his grandson, Stephen Miland Peck, now re- 
sides. He died April 6, 1841. He married Electa Carrington. 

CniLDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(504) Almlra, m. Simeon Sperry ; (505) Ansel, settled in Vermont ; (606) 
Lauren, settled in Vermont; (507) Amanda; (508)+!^ wis; (509) Eunice; 
(610) Electa; (511) Garra; and (512) Sebra. 

[289.] HEZEKIAH* PECK, son of Stephen,* lived and died 
in Woodbridge, upon the same farm where his father and brothers 
Stephen and Edward also lived and died. He married Sarah 
Downs, daughter of Seth Downs. He died May 2, 1840. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(618)+Horace, b. Jan. 26, 1791 ; and (514) PoUy, b. Jan. 5, 1796. 

[290.] STEPHEN^ PECK, son of Stephen,* resided in Wood- 
bridge, where he died, June 28, 1832. He married Eunice Per- 
kins. She died December 17, 1831, aged 86 years. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION.* 

(515) Lydia,m. David R. Baldwin; (51G) Abiah, m. Abner Bradley; (517) 
Maria, m. Treat Clark; (518) Eliza, m. first, WiUiam Bradley; second, Den- 
nis Carrington; and (519) Betsey, who m. first, John Newton; second, Nel- 
son Newton. 

[295.] JOHN® PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided in Manheim, 
N. Y., where he died. He was killed by being thrown from a load 
drawn by a frightened team. He married Polly Smith. . 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(520)+Renben, b. Aug. 23, 1802; (521) Chauncey, b. Nov. 16, 1805; (522)+ 
Elihn, b. April 14, 1809; (523)+Ainaziah, b. Sept. 16, 1812; (524) John, b. 
March 25, 1815, resides at Port Jackson, N. Y. His children are : James IF.,* 
Bosetta ^.,* ReuhenJ^ Abigail B.,^ Hiram,^ Eliza Ann,^ and Clarissa.^ They 
were received too late to be numbered and entered in the index. 

[296i] ISAAC^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ died in Danube, N. T. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(525) William ; (520) Lucy ; (527) Isaac ; (528) Lydia ; (529) Mathew ; (630) 
Eli; (581) ComeUus; (532) Lyman; (533) James; (534) Uenry; and (635) 
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[312.] MARCUS* PECK, son of Isaac,* resided at Sand 
Lake, N. Y., where he died, March 19, 1851. He was a fanner, 
and a prominent pnblic man, Town Clerk, Supervisor, and a Jus- 
tice of the Peace for many years. He married Margaret Garner, 
in 1806. 

CHILDRfiN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(686) Mary Ann, b. March 23, 1807; (537)+Joel B., b. April 1, 1809; (538) 
Lncretia, b. July 11, 1811 ; (589) Louisa, b. Jan. 25, 1816; and (540^ Margaret^ 
b. Nov. 2, 1819. 

[315.] LUCAS^ PECK, son of Isaac,^ resided at Sand Lake, 
N. Y., where he died, in 1 844. He married Catharine Miller. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(541) John; (642) Betsey; (648) Hannah; (644) SUas; and (645) Hiram, 
who d. leaving a wife and two children at Sand Lake. 

[367.] JAMES« PECK, son of Datid,* settled upon the home- 
stead, where he died. He was a farmer. He married Hannah 
Canfield. 

children — SEVENTH oenerahon: 

(646)+WUlianr, b. Sept. 13, 1790; (647)4-Aaron, b. March 2, 1798; (648) 
Phebe, b. June 17, 1801, d. March 29, 1848. She m. Samuel Condit, of Orange, 
N. J., by whom she had twelve, children. The youngest, Edward A,^ Condit^ 
Esq,, b. Feb. 22, 1845, graduated at Nassau Hall, Princeton, N. J. To him I 
am indebted for much of my information in relation to the New Jersey Pecks. 

[372.] STEPHEN^ PECK, son of John,^ resided in North 
Orange, where he died. He married Naomi, daughter of Timothy 
Condit. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(649)+Peter, b. Jan. 4, 1784, d. Jan. 6, 1866 ; (660) Eunice, b. July 22, 1790, 
d. Feb. 21, 1844; (661) Maria, b. Sept. 22, 1794 j and (552) Moses, who d. in 
1806, unm. 

[377.] JOHN® PECK, son of John,* resided in East Orange, 
where he died, April 1863. He married Phebe Mathews, 

CHILDBBN -" SSVBNTH GSNSRATION: 

(668) Mary, b. Aug. 81, 1796, m. Moses Sayers, d. Aug. 16, 1829 ; (654) Eliza, 
b. Aug. 22, 1798, m. Cyrus J. Lyon, of East Orange ; (666)+Stephen M., b. 
April 2, 1801 ; (666)+John, b. April 18, 1806 ; (567) Nancy, b. May 2, 1808, m. 
James W. Tickenor, and was residing in Newark in 1866 ; (658) Lydia, b. 
Sept. 28, 1811, m. first, Alanson C. Munn; second, Christian Reynor, and waa 
residing in Newark in 1866 ; (659) Phebe M., b. Sept. 26, 1816, m. William F. 
Baldwin, and was residing in West Orange in 1866. 



S46 PECK 0ENBAL06T. — APPBKDtC 

[395.] SAMUEL* PECK, son of Samuel,* married Esther 
Judd, of Waterbury, Conn., and removed to Homer, N. Y., where 
he died, AprU 1816. She died in 1856. 

CHILDRBN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(660) Mincrsa, b. Nov. 11, 1802; (661) Minerva, b. June 1, 1804; (662)+Ira, 
b. Dec. 6, 1806, m. Sarah A. Simmons ; had children, viz : (663) George 8*; 
X664) Mle$ O,*; (565) Jerome T^; (566) Sarah A.^; (667) William /.•; (568) 
John iSf.%- (669) Mary ^.»; and (670) MaHha -&.» —(671) PoUy, b. June 22, 
1807 ; (672) Anna, b. March 6, 1809 ; (673) Samuel, b. July 12, 1811 ; (574) 
Maria, b. April 12, 1813; (676) Laura, b. AprU 6, 1816; and (676) RoswellJ., 
b. Nov. 1, 1816. 

[402.] TITUS® PECK, son of Samuel,* resided in Bethany, 
where he died, July 27, 1855. He married Sybel Nettleton. She 
died March 25, 1834. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(677) Mary M., b. AprU 80, 1816; (678)-hEphraim, b. April 3, 1819; (579)+ 
Isaac L., b. March 14, 1821; (680) Laura A.; (681)+Titus D., b. MarchS, 
1832. 

[403.] ABEL® PECK, son of Samuel,® settled in Mattewan, 
N. Y. Prom there he removed to Monticello, HI., and from there 
returned to New Haven, Conn. He jvas twice married : first, to 
Sarah Camp; second^ to Louisa Hicks* He died October 22^ 
1859. 

CHILDREN — 8EVEXTH QENERATION : 

(682) Samuel, b. March 7, 1813, m. Mary S. Bryan, and had : (583) Mary 
Frances*^; and (584) Walter B,,^ who m. Helen F., daughter of John Peck 
^^No. 785), a descendant of Joseph, of Milford. — (585) Sarah Ann, b. in 1815; 
(580) Harriet, b. in 1817 ; (587) Martha, b. in 1819; (688) Eliza, b. in 1821; 
(589) Abel, b. in 182G; (590) Hannah; (591) Clark, b. in 1823; (592) Lyman, 
b. in 1830; and (593) Lucy, b. in 1832. 

[405.] JEREMLiH® PECK, son of Samuel,^ married Julia, 
daughter of Amasa Roberts, January, 1822. She died October 
30, 1866. He was residing in New Haven in 1867. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION; 

(594)+Robert, b. Nov. 23, 1822; (695)+MUo, b. May 28, 1824; (596)+ 
Charles, b. April 27, 1826 ; (597) Jane, b. March 12, 1828, m. first, Henry Dyer, 
Sept. 9, 1849; second, Charles Morris, and resides in New Haven; (598) Abi- 
gail, b. Nov. 25, 1830, m. Royal Lewis, and resides in Thompson, 111. ; (599) 
Emily, b. March 4, 1833, d. Dec. 2, 1835 ; (GOO) Sarah, b. Feb. 29, 1836, was 
residing in New Haven, unm., in 1867. 



DESCENDANTS OF HENBY PECK. 347 

[406.] JEREMIAH® PECK, son of Amos,^ resided at first in 
Hamden, Conn., and from there removed to Brunswick, Ohio, about 
1835, where he died, September 14, 1853. His widow was still 
living there in 1866. 

CHIU>REN — 8EVKNTH GENERATION: 

(601) Miles, m. Eunice Bradley. His children are : (602) Maryj* who re- 
sides In Woodbrldge, Conn., unm. ; and (603) Willis^^ a carpenter and Joiner, 
who m. Ellen Dayton, and resides In Merlden, Conn. — (604) Otis, d. young ; 
(606)+Wmis ; (606)+Luclus ; and (607) Eliza. 

[411.] AMOS® PECK, son of Amos,^ resided in Hamden, 
Conn, He married Louisa Todd, February 19, 1817. She died 
November 23, 1865, aged 68 years. He died April 26, 1866. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(608) Louisa J., b. Dec. 24, 1818, m. Bayed Manson, April 1, 1838 ; (609) 
Amos B., b. Feb. 1, 1820; and (610)+John B., b. Feb. 18, 1826. 

[426.] SAMUEL® PECK, son of Elijah,^ resided in Roxbury, 
Mass. He married Hannah, daughter of David Baker. He died 
September 3, 1849. She was residing in Roxbury in 1866. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(611) Sarah, b. Nov. 13, 1809; (612) William, b. Feb. 17, 1812; (613) Mary 
Ann, b. March 2, 1814 ; (614) Samuel, b. Oct. 30, 1816 ; (616) Moses, b. June 
26, 1819; (616) George, b. Jan. 11, 1822; (617) Hannah, b. March 14, 1824; 
(618) Lucy, b. Sept. 18, 1826; and (619) Luke, b. Feb. 18, 1830. 

[430.] JAMES® PECK, son of Ebenezer,^ married Ann At- 
watcr, and removed to JefiFersonville, Ind., where he died, in 1865. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(620) Mary A.; (621) Wmiam A.; (622) Elizabeth H.; (623) Ebenezer; 
(624) James C. ; (625) Henry H. ; (626) Edward H. R. ; (627) Anna H. ; and 
(628) Edwin P. Henry H., to whom I am Indebted for my Information, Is a 
school teacher, and resides at Post Creek, N. Y. He married ZUpha Weth- 
erell, of Norwich, Conn. His children, In 1867, were : (629) Mary H,^ ; (630) 
Louisa -H.%* (631) Frank 3f.»; (632) Hattie E^; and (633) Ida «/.» 

[441.] ELISHA^ PECK, son of Henry,* was a Captain in 
the U. S. Navy. He was in the service more than fifty years. He 
died June 11, 1866. He married Grace Bonticon. 



348 PECK 0ENEAL0G7. — APPENDIX. 

CinT.I>RKN — aKVJMTIi GBNERATIOIT : 

(6S4) Erelina, b. in 1886, m. Capt. William W. Low, of the XT. S. ISvrj; 
(685) Henry L., b. in 1839; (686) Joanna B., m. Mig. James Whittemore, 
June 24, 1868. He graduated at West Point in 1860, and is an engineer in the 
U. S. service. 

[446.] JOSEPH* PECK, son of Rev. Josbph,^ settled in New 
Milford, where he died. The following is from the town records; 

" Joseph Peck, of New Milford, & Prescilla Starr, of Danbniy, was 
joined in lawful marriage by y' Rev. Mr, Joseph Peck, on y* first day 
of Nov., A. D. 1787. Prescilla, wife to Joseph Peck, deceased on y* 
20th of Nov., A. D. 1788. Joseph Peck and Uraina Bennett was 
joined in marriage on y» 20*** day of Dec., 1790." 

CHnj>BEy — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(687) Prescma, b. Oct. 8, 1788, m. Herbert Canfleld, and settled in Brid^ 
water, Conn. ; (638) Joseph, b. Aag. 28, 1792, m. Fanny Warren, and remoTed 
to Montgomery, N. Y., where he died. His children are : (689) Jame^; (640) 
Frederick^; (641) Joseph^; and (642) Wehh,"^ —(643) Bennett, b. May 21,1795, 
settled in New Milfbrd, where he died. He m. Miranda Stone. His children 
are: (644) Walter B,^^ who resides in Bridgewater; (646) Catharine U; 
(646) John B.^; and (647) Henry A^ —(648) James M., b. Oct. 12, 1801, d. in 
Kew Milford, leaving two children. His widow m. Edward Many, and re- 
sides in Honesdale, Fenn. 

[447.] ELIAKIM® PECK, son of Abijah,^ resided in Dan- 
bury, where he died. He married Polly Starr. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(649) Charles, b. Sept. 4, 1787; (650) Beulah, b. Oct. 15, 1789; (651) Sally, 
b. March 21, 1792; (652) Starr, b. April 2, 1795; (653) Amarillas, b. Nov. 2Q, 
1797; (654) George, b. Aug. 11, 1800; (655) Lucy, b. in 1803; (656) Rachel, b. 
in 1800 ; (057) Stephen S., b. Oct. 27, 1809. 

[448.] ABIJAH^ PECK, son of Abijah,^ removed with his 
family to Alabama. He married Clarissa Stedman. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(058) Henry, b. Nov. 21, 1791; (659) Frederick, b. Sept. 18, 1793; (660) So- 
phia, b. Jan. 10, 1790; (001) Edwin, b. March 18, 1798; (002) Abljah, b. March 
9, 1800; (003) James S., b. April 19, 1802; (004) Thomas; and (666) Clarissa, 
who m. a Mr. Gale (Genealogical Register, vol. 14, p. 73). 

[459.] ELP PECK, son of Levi,5 removed from Danbury to 
the town of Westmoreland, N. Y. He was twice married : first, to 



DESCENDANTS OF HENRT PECK. 349 

Martha Rogers, of Northford, Conn. ; second, to Mrs. Ruth Hart, 
formerly Miss Ruth Stebbins. His first wife died July 1, 1835. 
He died December 17, 1852. His second wife survived him, and 
was residing in Clinton, N. Y., in 1867. 

CHILDRRN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(666) Angeline, b. Nov. 12, 1804, m. Samuel Patterson, and resides in Clin- 
ton; (667)+William S., b. Oct. 30, 1806; (668) Laura, b. April 20, 1809, m. 
John Park, of Clinton; (669) Fredericlt Rogers, b. June 11, 1811, was Itilled 
Aug. 22, 1814, by falling into the flume of a paper mill, and passing tlirough 
the wheel; (670) Madella, b. Nov. 3, 1812, d. April 4, 1813; (671) -{-Frederick 
B., b. Nov. 25, 1816. 

[460.] DAVID^ PECK, son of Levi,^ removed from Danbury, 
Conn., to Thompson, Ulster County, N. Y. He was twice mar- 
ried : first, to Lucy Rogers ; second, to Mrs. Anna Russell, whose 
maiden name was Gilbert. His first wife died June 20, 1831 ; his 
second, January 21, 1859. He died at Cortland, N. Y., December 
28, 1866. 

CinLDllEX — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(672) Caroline, m. Dr. Marcus Merrick, and d. leaving one child, who d. in 
June 1833; (673) Philander, m. Clarissa C. Brink, and d. at Chicago In 1852. 
His sons : (674) Henry^ and (676) George,^ d., one aged 24 and the other 22. 
His widow resides in Chicago. — (676) George E., m. first, B. N. Hibbard ; 
second, Minerva Brink. His children all d. in infuncv. He d. In 1843. 

Thus It will be seen that the name becomes extinct in the family of David. 
He outlived aU his children and grandchildren. 

[463 ] WILLIAM^ PECK, son of Levi,« resided in Danbury, 
Conn., where he died June 11, 1858. He married Sarah Starr, 
October 8, 1811. 

CIIILDREX — SEVEXTH GENERATION : 

(677) William S., b. Dec. 31, 1813; and (678) Elizabeth A., b. Dec. 21, 1819. 
William S. resides in Danbury, where he is a prominent public man; one of 
the principal selectmen, etc., transacting most of the business of the town. 
He married Eliza Mallory. His children are : (679) Harriet E.,^ b. May 26, 
1835; (680) Levi i/.,« b. Oct. 1, 1840, m. Harriet Jennings. His child, (681) 
Lilliaiiy^ was b. Jan. 18, 1867. 

[468.] ELIPHALET« PECK, son of Jess,^ removed from 
Danbury to Providence, Saratoga County, N. T., in 1795, and from 

9 

there to Alexander, Genesee County, about 1824, whore he died in 
1842. He married Abigail Hawley, 

80 



350 PECK GENEAL0G7. — APPENDIX. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(G82) Nathaniel, b. in 1782, resides at Brownsyille, N. Y., m. Abigail Starr, 
and has the following children: (683) Samuel 5.," d. in 1853; (684) Lauren- 
Una,^ m. a McDonald, and resides at Brown^ille, N. Y. ; (685) Louita,* m. 
Cyrus Allen, and resides at Pearch River, N. Y. ; (686) Caroline,* m. Almerin 
Wilson, and resides at Brownsville, N. Y.; (681) Sarah,^ is deceased; (688) 
Andrew j*^ is deceased; (689) HUey IF.,* resides in Brooklyn, N. Y., to whose 
kindness I am indebted. He m. Delia A., daughter of the late Roftis Green, M. 
D., of New York City, and has two children : (690) Francis A'.»; and (691) Caro- 
line IF.»— (692) Minerva,"^ m. John W. Collins, of Toledo, Ohio; (693) C^ii»- 
cey A.j^ of Los Angelos, Cal. ; and (694) Myron if.,® of Dexter, N. Y. — (695) 
Samuel, b. in 1784, resides in Brownsville, N. Y.; (696) Eliphalet, b. in 1786, 
resides at Stone Mills, N. Y. ; (697) Abigail, b. in 1789, m. Jacob Conklin, and 
resides, a widow, at Greenfield, N. Y. ; (698) Be^JAmin, b. in 1791, d. in 
Orangeville, N. Y., where some of his family reside; (699)+Eli, b. in 1793; 
(700) Asa, b. in 1795, d. unm. ; (701) Rebecca, b. in 1798, m. Clark Tabor, and 
is deceased; (702) Sally, b. in 1801, d. unm.; (703) Ruth, b. in 1805, m. Cher- 
ick Vande Bogart, and is deceased. 

[469.] JESSE6 PECK, son of Jesse,^ settled in the Soatheni 
part of Danbuiy, now Bethel, upon the homestead with his brother 
Benjamin, The house in which he resided and reared his family is 
still standing, now occupied by Samuel Judd. He was in the Rev- 
olutionary war five years. He died May 5, 1 808. He was a mem- 
ber of the Presbyterian church. He married Anna Nickerson. 

CIIILDRKN — SE\'1CXTH GKXERATIOX .* 

(704)-fWiniara, b. Nov. 2G, 1783; ( 705 )-|- Jesse, b. Oct. 11, 1784; (70C)-f 
Levi, b. April 30, 1701 ; (707) Joseph, bjip. in 1794; (708) Anna, b. March 17, 
1794, resides in Danbury, Conn. ; (709) Zillah, bap. in 1796, is also residing in 
Dadbury. 

[470.] BENJAMIN^ PECK, son of Jesse,^ resided upon the 
homestead which he occupied with his brother Jesse. He was a 
Presl)yterian deacon. He was twice married: first, to Elizabeth 
Nickerson; second, to Mary Osborn. His first wife died without 
issue. 

CHILDREN — SEVEXXn GENERATION :* 

(710) John C. resides in Fairfield, Conn. ; has been three times married : first, 
to Eunice Northrop ; second, to Emeliue Morgan ; third, to Mary C. Couch. His 
children are: (711) Georrje aV.«; and (712) Mary ^.**— (713) Benjamin II. 
resides in or near the town of North East, N. Y. He m. Susan Nortbop. His 
children are: (714) Calvin\' (715) Elizabeth''; and (716) Enwia,"^ 



k 



♦ The ftiU record of the family was received too late for insertion. Tliere 
was one chUd that died in infancy. 



DESCENDANTS OP HENBY PECK. 351 

[472.] CALVIN« PECK, son of Jesse,« settled at first in Dan- 
bury; from there he moved, in 1796, to Greenfield, Saratoga 
County, where he resided,until 1806, when he removed to Pompey, 
Onondaga County, where he died July 19, 1841. He was a Bap- 
tist deacon. He marriod, first, Mindwell Taylor; second, Martha 
Abbott. 

CHILDREN — SE\T5XTH OBXERATIOX : 

(717) MindweU, b. July 17, 1785, m. Stephen Thomas, and d. in Illinois ; 
(718) Mercy, b. Jan. 4, 1787, d. unm.; (719) Calvin L., b. June 25, 1788; (720) 
+Daniel C, b. Feb. 4, 1794; (721) Polly, b. Jan. 4, 1797, m. Abraham Thomas, 
and resides in Fabius, N. Y. To her I am indebted for my information. 

[473.] LUTHER® PECK, son of Jesse,^ resided at first in Dan- 
bnry. Conn. He afterwards settled at MiddletowD, N. Y. He 
was married to Annis CoUer, by Rev. Joseph Peck, (No. 210), 
September 27, 1787. She died October 23, 1839; he September 
30, 1848. They were both honored members of the church, and 
devoted Christians. 

He was for many years a class leader, and distinguished for the 
zeal and fidelity with which he discharged his duties, and the 
interest which he took in the cause of Christianity. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(722) Rachel, b. Nov. 8, 1788, m. John Bennett, Dec. 2G, 1804, and settled 
at Broklestraw, Penn. ; (728) Martha, b. July 31, 1790, m. Joshua Jnquays, 
March 15, 1810, and settled in Broklestraw, Penn. ; (724) Elizabeth, b. July 
22, 1792, d. Nov. 30, 1822; (725)-|-Luther H., b. Nov. 3, 1793; (726)+George, 
b. Aug. 8, 1797 ; (727) f Andrew, b. AprU 29, 1800; (728) Mary, b. Nov. 8, 1801, 
d. Nov. 14, 1822; (729) William, b. Dec. 7, 1802. He is a Methodist clergy- 
man, and itinerates. He ra. Charlotte Wallen, Jan. 1, 1828, no iss<ue; (730) 
Anna, b. March 9, 1806, m. Solomon Crowcll, Feb. 23, 1824, and settled In 
Chatauque County, N. Y. ; (731) Susanna, b. Aug. 26, 1808, m. Royal Blaud- 
ing, Aug. 5, 1827 ; settled in Chatauque County, N. Y. ; (732)-|-Jesse T., b. 
AprU 4, 1811. 

The above family is a very remarkable one. The sons, aU of them, five in 
number, are distinguished clergymen of the Methodist Episcopal church, and 
two of them eminent authors. -Five of the grandchildren, it will also be seen, ' 
are distinguished clergymen of the same denomination of Christians. 

[474.] DANIEL® PECK, son of Jesse,^ resided at first in Dan- 
bury, but afterwards settled in the city of New York, where he was 
a merchant. He was an Episcopalian ; a church warden for many 
years. He married Phebe *Whitlock. He died June 21,1829; 
Bhe April 21, 1857. 



352 PECK GENEALOOY. — APPENDIX. 

CHILDREN — 8EVBNTH GENERATION: 

« 

(783) Beijamln W., b. Nov. 20, 1791 ; (734) Laura E., b. Dec. 26, 1797, m. t 
Mr. Fox, and d. May 22, 182^ ; (735> Phebe U., b. July 6, 1804, m. aTownsend, 
and d. April 1857; (736) Daniel S., b. June 24, 1806, d. Dec. 7, 1834; (737) 
George H., b. July 30, 1809, resides in New York City. 

[480.] JONATHAN^ PECK, son of Phineas,* settled at first 
in Franklin, Conn., and from there removed to Pembroke, N. Y. 
He was twice married : first, to Martha Willis ; second, to Lois 
Crocker. His first wife died July 17, 1805. His second wife died 
in Ravenna, Ohio. He died in Parma, N. Y., October 12, 1846. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(738) Eunice, b. Dec. 4, 1791, m. Steplien Armstrong; is a widow, and 
resides at Plerpont, Ohio; (739) Martlia, b. Aug. 12, 1794, m. a Wilson, and 
d. at Parma, N. Y.; (740)-hLucius, b. Nov. 9, 1797; (741) -{-Jonathan H., b. 
July 15, 1801; (742) Joshua W., b. Aug. 19,1803; (743) Dyer S. and (744)+ 
Asa C, twins, b. Oct. 25, 1806. Dyer S. d. Nov. 13, 1806. 

[483.] GATES6 PECK, son of Phineas » resided at Delta, N. 
Y., where he died, September 1 1, 1865. He married LurenaRudd. 
She died July 17, 1867, aged 83 3^ years. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION ; 

(745) Franklin, b. April 21, 1805, resides in Leighton, Mich. ; (746) Eliza 
Ann, b. April 14, 1807, resides at Delta; (747) Marietta, b. Aug. IS, 1800, m. 
Samuel Saveiy, and removed to Provo City, Utah ; (748) Cornelia M., b. Jan. 
24, 1812, d. Sept. 9, 1814; (749) Charles R., b. Aug. 1, 1814, d. Aug. 20, 1814; 
(750) Benjamin R., b. Oct. 9, 1815, m. Fanny Bailey. He was drowned July 
3, 1801. (751) Elolse C. b. Nov. 9, 1818, m. Israel Williams. He d. in I8G0. 
She resides at Delta. (752) Cleore F., b. Nov. 7, 1822, to whom I am indebted 
for my information in relation to the family, m. Daniel Smith, jr., and resides 
at Delta. 

[485.] AMBR0>E6 PECK, son of Phineas,^ resided in Frank- 
lin, Conn., where he died, February 25, 1855. He married Eunice 
Hazcn, September 9, 1810. She died March 1, 1843. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(753)+John H., b. July 10, 1811; (754) William B., b. May 12, 1816. He 
went South, and has not been heard from for years ; is supposed to be dead. 

[490.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of DAniAS,^ resided for some 
time in Columbia, Tolland County, Conn., and from there removed 
to South Harford, Penn., where he still resides. He, is a wheel- 



DESCENDANTS OP HENRY PECK. 353 

Wright by trade, which occupation he has followed in co^iiiectioa 
with farming. He married Polly Collins. 

CHILDREN — SKVKNTH GENERATION: 

(755) PMlura, b. June 14, 1817, m. J. C. Powers ; (756) Hannah M., b. May 
8, 1819, m. Joseph Powers; (757)+Daria8, b. Jan. 25, 1822; (758) Mary M., 
b. July 22, 1826, resides at home; (759) Eleazar C, b. Sept. 23, 1828, also 
resides at home. 

[494.] ELISHA® PECK, son of Darias,^ resided at Water- 
ville, N. Y. He married Lucy Hinchly, August 20, 1817. He died 
June 18, 1868. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(760) Timothy H., b. Sept. 8, 1818, resides at West Brookfleld, N. Y. ; (761) 
Jirah H., b. April 30, 1822, d. Oct, 8, 1834; (762) Mary H., b. May 8, 1824, m. 
Hermon T. Greenslit, resides at Marshall, N. Y. ; (763) Edwin S., b. March 
16, 1827, settled at Waterville, N. Y. ; (764) Frances E., b. Feb. 1, 1830, d. 
April 26, 1859; (765) John L., b. April 2, 1832, resides at Bloomington, lU.; 
(766) Ellen L., b. Aug. 31, 1835, m. Silas B. Grecnman, Jan. 7, 1856, resides at 
Westerly, R. I. 

[499.] GEORGE F.® FECK, son of Jonathan M.,^ resided in 
Woodbridge, where he died, March 25, 18G0. He married Fanny 
Ball, October 19, 1800. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(767) Stiles, b. April 17, 1802, d. Feb. 4, 1850; (768) Jonathan M., b. Jan. 
29, 1804, d. Oct. 6, 1822; (769) George, b. May 16, 1806, m. Sylvia Tuttle, and 
had: (770) GeorgQ F. IL'' ; (771) Bennett ir.«; and (772) Henry S.'' — (77^) 
Henry, b. July 25, 1808, d. Sept. 7, 1815; (774) William B., b. Aug. 12, 1810, d. 
Sept. 15, 1866; (775) Milo, b. Jan. 3, 1813, d. Aug. 31, 1815; (776) Lucius W., 
b. Dec. 28, 1814, ra. Mary E. Smith. His son, (777) Willie,*^ was b. June 30, 
1850.— (778) Fanny L., b. Oct. 1, 1817, m. Nathan N. Sperry. 

[503.] LEWIS® PECK, son of Silas,^ married Ann Bcecher, 
and resided in Woodbridge. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(779) Ephraim R.; (780) Eliza Ann; (781) Minerva; (782) Iroin; (783) 
Silas E. ; (784) Henry ; and (785) Stephen M. 

[513.] HORACE® PECK, son of Hezekiah,« resides in Wood- 
bridge, upon the paternal homestead, about four miles from New 
Haven, upon the road to Waterbury, where his father and grand- 
father lived and died. He is a deacon of the church and a promi- 
se* 



354 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

nent man. To his kindness T am indebted for my information in 
relation to his branch of the name. He married Sarah Stevens, 
May 9, 1813. She died June 21, 1855. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(786) Sarah, b. Feb. 21. 18U, d. young; (787) Eimly, b. Feb. 21, 1817, m. 
Edward S. Rowland, a merchant, of New Haven ; (788) Horace E., b. Jan. 27, 
1819, d. March 1, 1845; (789)+Stephen A., b. Nov. 20, 1822; (790;+Wimam 
S., b. May 4, 182G. 

[520 1 REUBEN^ PECK, son of John,« resided at Little 
Falls, N. Y., where he died, November 16, 1842. He married 
Marall Chase, February 24, 1825. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

(791) Julia Ann, b. Dec. 27, 1825, m. PhiUips Michael, a wealthy fanner of 
LassallsvUle, N. Y., by whom she has four children; (792)+Francis B., b. May 
14. 1827; (793) Marilda, b. July 6, 1828, m. Abraham Michael, of Lassallsville, 
a brother of Phillips, and also a wealthy fanner. He d. April 6, 186G, leaving 
one son, who resides upon the homestead with his mother. (794)+Fayette 
S., b. April 19, 1830. 

[522 ] ELIHU^ PECK, son of John,« resided in Florida, N. Y., 
where he died, March 8, 18G7. He married Permelia Brown, who 
died June 5, 1867. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

(795) Alfred, b. Jan. 15, 1833. He Is the proprietor of a cheese factory at 
Millers corners, Florida, N. Y. He ni. Martha A, Failing; has three child- 
ren : (79G) Mary A.^ ; (797) Charley^; and (798) Amanda.^ — {700) Elmina, b. 
Aug. 7, 1834, ra. William E. Van Allen, of St. Johnsville, N. Y. ; (800) Asa, b. 
April 12, 1836, m. Libbe Koons, and resides at Fonda, N. Y. ; (801) Polly A., 
b. April 22, 1838, m. William J. Merry, and resides in Florida; (802) James, b. 
April 20, 1841, served three years in the war against the rebels, by which his 
constitution was ruined; he d. Jan. 27, 18G7, leaving a wife and one child; 
(803) Malviu, b. Aug. 29, 1844; also serv^ed three years in the war; m. Pru- 
dence Frisbee, and resides in Florida; (804) Elery E., b. Aug. 22, 1849, is 
num., and resides in Florida. 

[523.] AMAZIAH^ PKCK, son of John,^ resided in St. Jolms- 
ville, N. Y., where he died, December 3, 1847. He married Mary 
Bellinger. 

CHILDREN — EIGriTH GENERATION: 

(805) Lucy, b. May 28, 1839, d. March 12, 1842; (806) Elizabeth, b. Nov. 11, 
1840, m. Jeremiah E. Smith; (807) Helen, b. Jan. 12, 1842, m. Pardee Yoran; 
(808) Alonzo, b. Jan. 17, 1844, d. Nov. 7, 1865 ; (809) Albert, b. Feb. 8, 1846, 
m. Emily House; resides In Avoca, N. Y. ; (810) Amzl, b. Jan. 31, 1848, 
resides In St. JohnsvlUe. 



DESCENDANTS OF HENBT PECK. 355 

[537.] JOEL B.^ PECK, son of Marcus,® resides in the town 
of Sand Lake, N. Y. He is a prominent man ; has been super- 
yisor of the town, etc. During the rebellion, he had charge of 
raising the town's quota of men, disbursing the money, etc., "for 
that purpose. He is a farmer, and also carries on the lumbering 
business. He married Pamelia Horton, June 9, 1832. 

CniLDREX — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

(811) Charles H., b. March 30, 1833, graduated at Union CoUege, Schenec- 
tady, and IS a teacher of a school at Albany; (812) Mary L., b. Oct. 18, 1884, 
Is m., and Is settled in Sand Lake; (813) Amanda B., b. Jane 13, 1837, resides 
in Sand Lake; (8U) Marcus, b. June 6, 1839; enlisted in Company II, 169 V. 
Reg., and d. at Army Hospital, Washington, D. C, March 19, 1863, of typhoid 
fever; (815) Emma, b. May 6, 1841, Is m., and resides In Sand Lake; (816) 
George H., b. July 27, 1844, d. April 20, 1853; (817) Arthur M., b. Feb. 2, 
1848, resides at home; (818) Alice, b. May 30, 1851, resides at home; (819) 
G. Munson, b. April 3, 1855, also resides at home. 

[546.] WILLIASr PECK, son of James,« settled in East 
Orange, N. J., where he died. May 4, 1849. He married Fanny 
Canfield. 

CniLDREN — EIGHTH GENEKATION : 

(820) Ira, b. March 26, 1822; (821) James, b. Jan. 30, 1825; (822) Phebe E., 
b. June 19, 1814, m. John M. CroweU; (823) Rhoda, b. April 14, 1816, m. 
Linus Pierson; (824) Margaret E., b. Nov. 26, 1819, m. Alford Jones; (825) 
Mary Ann, b. May 20, 1827; (826) Harriet, b. Dec. 4, 1831, m. Ellas O. Dore- 
mus; (827) WiUiam, b. March 26, 1834, and d. Aug. 20, 1836. 

[547.] AARON^ PECK, son of James,^ settled in East Orange, 
N. J., where he died. Mr. Peck was, for many years, an enter- 
prising business man. He was President, and at one time princi- 
pal owner, of the Sussex Railroad, and also the proprietor and 
chief owner of the village of Roseville, now a part of the city of 
Newark. His disease was pneumonia. Its fatal character became 
apparent several days before his decease. He prepared for the 
event with a calmness of one about to enter upon a journey, and 
was conscious to the last. He died April 8, 18G5, in well-dii^ected 
hopes of a future life beyond the grave. His wife was Miranda, 
daughter of Bethuel Pierson, of Orange, N. J. She died December 
1863. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(828) Caroline, b. Sept. 1, 1821, m. Rev. David H. Pierson ; (829) Mary Jane, 
b. Oct. 29, 1881 ; (830) George, b. July 9, 1826, a surgeon in the U. S. Navy, 



356 PECK OESTEALOGT. — APPENDIX. 

m, Eliza A., danghter of Dr. Stephen S. Brewster; (831) Cyrus, b. Nor. 1, 
1829. He is Secretary of the ContiDental Insnrance Co., N. Y. ; m. Mary P., 
daughter of ReY. John T. Halsey. His children are : (832) Belen 0.,* b. Not. 
20, 1863; ^833) Edward JET.,* b. Dec. 17, 1857; (834) WUliam H,y* b. Feb. 16, 
1860; and (835) EdUh 3f.,* b. March 2, 18C5.— (836) Aaron, b. Jane 6, 1836, 
graduated at Nassau Hall, Princeton, N. J., m. Julia, daughter of Stella Bfan- 
nlDg, Esq. He was licensed to preach in 1864, and ordained in Cleyeland, 
Ohio, in 1866. His child, Julia May^* was b. Jan. 1, 1865, and d. July 9, 
1865. 

[549.] PETERS PECK, son of Stephen,^ was a farmer, and 
resided in South Orange, N. J., where he died, January 5, 1865. 
He married Kuth Quimby for his. first wife, and Bhoda Harrison 
for his second. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GEXERATION : 

(837) Margaret, b. Feb. 9, 1806; (838) Naomi, b. Nov. 9, 1808; (839) Phebc, 
b. Dec. 20, 1811 ; (840) Maria, b. July 4, 1814; (841) Ruth, b. July 15, 1817; 
(842) Moses, b. March 24, 1824 ; and (843) Margaret, again, b. Feb. 8, 1826. 

[556.] STEPHEN M.^ PECK, son of John,^ resides in Liv- 
ingston, N. J., a farmer. He has been twice married: first, to 
iiartha Baldwin; second, to Margaret Pierson. -^*^^ J^^v,/*"^^ 

^XjjLVW^ .Xf .\ yo¥ CHILDREN — EIOnXH GEXERATIOX : 

** (§'44y Emelinc L., b. April 25, 1827, m. William WiUiams, of East Orange; 
(845) Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1829, is unm. ; (84G) Malinda, b. March 28, 1832. d. 
Dec. 4, IS.U; (S47; Elizabeth, b. Sept. 17, 1834, is unm.; (848) Theodore M., 
>^-(M^/h, April 25, 1837; (849) Sarah B., b. Sept. 1, 1839, m. William Jaffrage, of 
^^^^^Roseville, N. J. ; (850) Martha and (851) Heniy, twins, b. Aug. IG, 1843; Mar- 
jlJ T^^^ ha m. Benjamin Simpson; Henry d. in 1800; (852) Emma, b. March 9, 1845, 
^. d. April 21, 1847; (853) Stephen A., b. Sept. 18, 1846, d. Aug. 22, 1849; (854) 

r/» yj Emma, again, b. March 30, 1849. 

[556.] JOHN^ PECK, son of JoHX,« resides in East Orange, 
N. J., a farmer. He married Charlotte Tickenor. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GEXERATIOX : 

(855) Henry U. and (85G) Abby H., twins, b. March 30, 1834 ; (857) Char- 
lotte E., b. May 19, 1838; (858) Alvin T., b. Sept. 25, 1840. 

[562.] niA^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ married Sarah A. Sim- 
mons. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GEXERATIOX : 

(859) George S., b. Sept. 21, 1833; (860) Miles G., b. Jan. 8, 1835; (8C1) 
Jerome T., b. March 4, 1837; (8G2) Sarah A., b. June 1, 1838; (863) WUUam 
Ira, b. Sept. 11, 1843; (864) John S., b. March 1, 1847; (865) Mary E. and 
(866) Martha E., twins, b. AprU 17, 1850. 



DESCENDANTS OF HENBT PECK. 357 

[578.] EPHRAIM N.'' PECK, son of Titus,« resides in Bethany ; 
is a joiner and carpenter by trade. He has been twice married : 
first, to Caroline M. Flagg; second, to Sarah H. Wilcox* 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(867) Eagene A. ; (868) George I., b. Dec. 4, 1850; and (869) CJharUe E., b. 
Not. 14, 1856. 

[579.] ISAAC L.^ PECK, son of Titus,« resides in Bethany; 
is a joiner and carpenter. He has been twice married : first, to 
Mary Ann Hunt; second, to Mahala A. Church. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(870) Henry L., b. June 27, 1848 ; (871) Eagene H., b. Ang. 27, 1851 ; and 
(872) Mary A. 

[581.] TITUS D.'^ PECK, son of Trrus,« resided in Bethany. 
He married Louisa Brainard. She died September 4, 1866. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(873) Frank ; (874) Mary ; (875) Jane ; (876) Bird j (877) Minnie j and (878) 
Lillie. 

[594.] ROBERT^ PECK, son of Jeremiah,« resided in New 
Haven, where he died, October 13, 1851. He married Lucena G. 
Hamlin, of Plainville, Conn. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(879) Ava R., b. Jan. 19, 1844. He was a Lieutenant in the N. Y. Vol. In- 
fantry, in the early part of the Rebellion, and afterwards joined the cavalry ; 
was taken prisoner, and died in the military prison, at Salisbury, N. C, Dec. 5, 
1864; (880) Charles W., b. April 17, 1847, d. Sept. 13, 1850; (881) Charles H., 
b. June 29, 1851. 

[595.] MILO'^ PECK, son of Jeremiah,^ resides in New 
Haven. He is a manufacturer of machinery, in connection with 
his brother Charles, under the firm of Milo Peck & Co. He mar- 
ried Susan DeWolf, of Conway, Mass. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

(882) Mary Helen, b. Sept. 17, 1856; (883) George William, b. Sept. 14, 
1858; (884) Julia Rebecca, b. Oct. 3, 1860; (885) John Ledyard, b. July 4, 
1863. 

[596.] CHARLES^ PECK, son of Jeremuh,« resides in New 
Haven, where he is a promiuent man, a member of the Common 



358 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

• 

Council; etc. To his kindness I am indebted for mnch of my in- 
formation in relation to his branch of the name. He married Maiy 
Elizabeth, daughter of Harvey Munson, of New Haven. 

CHILDREK — EIGHTH GENERATIOX: 

(886) EmUy Frances, b. May 27, 1864 ; (887) Charles Harvey, b. Joly 22, 
1867, d. Oct. 26, 1858 ; (888) Willie Frank, b. Sept. 2S, 1869, d. Feb. 4, 18€0; 
(889) Robert Jeremiah, b. April 22, 1862. 

[605.] WILLIS^ PECK, son of Jeremiah,^ settled in Bnms- 
wick, Ohio, where he died, January 13, 1840. He married Sarah 
M. Potter, September 3, 1828. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(890) Jeremiah W., b. Feb. 12, 1830; (891) Mary C, b. March 11, 1882; 
(892) Louisa O., b. Aug. 7, 1834. 

[606.] LUCIUS^ PECE, son of Jeremiah,^ settled in Bruns- 
wick, Ohio, where he died, October 24, 1859. He married Fanny 
Scranton. She died July 12, 1836. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(893) Lewis W., b. April 12, 1887, d. at the battle of Resaca, Ga. ; (894) N. 
£., b. In 1839, m. Sarah Aylord, and resides In Brunswick. His children are: 
(895) Mary -4.»; and (89G) Leicis E,*— (897) Eliza M., b. Sept. 25, 1841 ; (898) 
Wyllys M., b. Dec. 24, 1843, d. In 18G3, at Bleat Lick, Ky., a soldier; (899) 
Ollva A., b. Sept. 1, 1846, d. Dec. 25, 1847; (900) George H., b. Oct. 20, 1849, 
d. Jan. 1864 ; (901) Frederick, b. March 3, 1854, resides in Brunswick. 

[610.] JOHN B."^ PECK, son of Amos,® resides at Mount Car- 
mel, Conn. He married Adalino A. Bradley. To him I am in- 
debted for my information in relation to his branch of the name. 

CniLDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(902) Leander B., b. May 26, 1848; (903) AdaUne, b. Sept. 12, 1854. 

[667.] WILLIAM S.'' PECK, son of Eli,® married, for his 
first wife, Tirana Park ; for his second, Lydia Stebbins ; and for 
his third, Mary A. Neville. He died at Palmyra, Jcflferson County, 
Wis., May 13, 1849. 

CHILDREN — KIGHTH GENERATION: 

Clement L., who d. aged about 3 years; and (904) Clement S., who 
resides in Berlin, Wis.; is married, and has one child. 



DESCENDANTS OF HENBT PECK. 359 

[671.] FREDERICK B.^ PECK, son of Eli,« resides in Ber- 
lin, Wis., where he is of the finn of "Peck, Warner & Peck," 
dealers in hardware, cordage, stoves, glass, etc. He married Han- 
nah Park, October 4, 1837. 

CHILD — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(905) Covell A., b. Sept. 16, 1839, is a partner in business with his father. 
He m. Dora C. Russell, and has two children: (906) Fred B,^ ; and (907) 
Minnie,^ 

[699.] ELF PECK, son of Eliphalet,^ resides in Alexander, 
N. Y. He married Nancy Smith. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(908) Walter, resides at Rockford, 111. ; is a manufacturer of wInd-miU 
pumps. He has been twice married : first, to Mary E. Simmonds ; second, to 
Amelia C. Cady ; has one daughter, who m. Samuel G. Saunders, and resides 
at Rockford; (909) Asa; (910) Mary, m. first, Lucius Lincoln; second, Peter 
G. Bulkley; (911) Prescllla, m. Edwin E. Holslng; (912) Adelia, m. Charles 
Griswold; (913) Lois, m. Jones Smith. 

[704.] WILLIAM'^ PECK, son of Jesse,® was a farmer, and 
resided in New Fairfield, Conn., where he died, April 3, 1847. He 
married Polly Ann Dickinson. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

(914) Dennis H., b. Feb. 19, 1805, has six children: (915) Augustus^; (916) 
Franklin^; (917) Hiram^ ; (918) Williaw!* ; (919) Sarah F.\- and (920) Fhebe 
i8f.»— (921) EUza A., b. Aug. 18, 1807; (922) Sylvia S., b. April 2, 1810; (923) 
Polly Ann, b. Aug. 2, 1812; (924) William, b. March 12, 1815; has one child: 
(925) EU^sa «/.•— (926) Jesse, b. Jan. 29, 1818; (927) Annie; and (928) Fan- 
nie, b. Feb. 27, 1821. 

^705.] JESSE^ PECK, son o! Jesse,« resided in Danbury, 
where he died. May 8, 1832. He married Anna Taylor, daughter 
of Timothy Taylor. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(929) SmimanB., b. Nov. 10, 1806, and has three children: (930) Ezra^ ; 
(931) Egbert*; and (932) JeannetU,* — (d3S) Ammon T., b. Feb. 23, 1816, re- 
sides in Danbury; has two children: (934) Coradova !?.•, and (935) Cola S.* 
— (936) Timothy T., b. April 21, 1819 ; has one son : (937) Timothy 6'.» 

[706.] LEVF PECK, son of Jesse,® is a Baptist clergyman, 
and resides in Sanford, N. Y. He married Naomi, daughter of 
Deacon Ira Benedict. 



360 FECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

CHILDREN — EIOHTH GENERATION: 

(938) Ira S., b. May 28, 1818; (939) Harriet N., b. March 27, 1815; (940) 
Emellne B., b. July 17, 1817, m. John E. Bowers, of Oxford, N. Y.; (941) 
Henry E., b. Feb. 21, 1831 ; (942) Mary E. C, b. Sept. 28, 1834. Henry E. 
resides in Sanford. He m. Angnsta^. King, daughter of Deacon Eli King, 
Esq., and has three children : (dAS) Ella J?.,» b. Sept. 21, 1856; (dU) Acksa 
E.,* b. July 22, 1868 ; and (945) HerbeH !?.,• b. Aug. 2, 1862. 

[720.] DANIEL^ PECK, son of Calvin,^ married Samantha 
Curtis. They both died in Hastings, Oswego County, N. Y., in 
1842. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(946) Laura S., b. Dec. 16, 1817; (947) Bethiah E., b. Dec. 10, 1819; (948) 
MiUeE., b. Dec. 16, 1821, m. William Hich, and resides at Central Square, 
N. Y.; (949) Calvin, b. Dec. 1, 1823; (960) Tirzah H., b. May 22, 1826; (951) 
Daniel E., b. Aug. 11, 1829; (952) Martha A., b. July 3, 1837. 

[725.] LUTHER H.*' PECK, son of Luthbb,« is a clergyman 
of the Methodist Episcopal church, and resides at Pitcher, N. Y. 
He has been twice married : first, to Mary Kenyon, of Little Rest, 
R. L, September 16, 1816 ; second, to Dorcas Carpenter, December 
2, 1866. His first wife died May 23, 1865. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(953) George W., b. May 31, 1818, m. Abigail Bennett; resides near Portage 
City, Wis., and has the following childrea: (954) Mary^^ b. Feb. 23, 1842; 
(955) Andrew,* b. Sept. 17, 1843, d. Oct. 18, 1863, a soldier in the war against 
the liebellion ; (960) Thomas* b. Jan. 8, 1845, d. Sept. 25, 1863 ; also a soldier 
in the service of his country ; (957) Abbiey* b. Dec. 10, 1846 ; (958) Ueorye 
Tr.,» b. Feb. 7, 1849; and (959) Luther H.* b. June 21, 1851. — (9G0) Mary 
Ann, b. Jan. 6, 1820, m. George Atwell; (961) Martha, b. May 13, 1«22, m. 
Benjamin L. Coming; (962) Jonathan K., b. Dec. 31, 1824. He graduated at 
Dickinson College, Penn., in 1852 ; was licensed to preach, and joined the Wyo- 
ming Conference in 1853, and is now Presiding Elder of the lionesdale ly'ia- 
trict. He married Mary Searle, and has the following children : (963) Carrie 
^.,»b. Feb. 28, 1858; (964) James S.,* b. Dec. 27, 1859; (965) Mary ^.,» b. 
Nov. 28, 1861 ; and (966) Jesse i.," b. March 28, 1864. — (967) Luther, b. 
March 9, 1827, is also a clergyman; m. Lucy Lyman, and at present itinerates; 
(968) Elias B., b. July 18, 1832, m. Elizabeth McLane, and resides in Pitcher, 
N. Y. His children are : (969) Ophelia M.* b. May 10, 1856 ; (970) Addie 3f.,» 
b. July 20, 1859; (971) Jennie* b. Oct. 16, 1861, d. Jan. 21, 1864; and (972) 
Cordelia C.,* b. July 4, 1865. — (978) Andrew, b. April 16, 1836, m Lucy A. 
West, Aug. 23, 1865; resides in Pitcher, and has one child: (974) Mary E.,* 
b. Sept. 28, 1866. — (976) Eliza M., b. April 16, 1838, d. Oct. 21, 1840. 



DESCENDANTS OF HBNBY PECK. 361 

[726.] GEORGE^ PECK, son of Lutheb,® resides at Scran- 
ton, Penn. He is a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal church. 
He commenced his labors in 1816, being then 19 years of age. In 
1821, he had charge of the church at Paris, N. Y., and during the 
two following years was stationed at Utica. In 1 824, he was ap- 
pointed Presiding Elder on the Susquehanna District. He was 
also a member of the General Conference which met that year, 
and he has been elected a delegate to every General Conference 
since that time, making in all twelve. He was also a member of 
the Evangelical Alliance, which met in London in 1846. 

As a scholar and student, he ranks high. Endowed with cool, 
strong sense, and possessed of great logical acumen, his keenest 
weapons were early called into use for the defence of the faith. 
In 1825, he was challenged to a public debate, by a Unitarian, at 
Kingston, Penn., and won an acknowledged victory. The following 
year he accepted a challenge to write in a Universalij^t magazine, 
which led to the publication of his first work, which was entitled 
" Universalism Examined." In 1835, he received the degree of 
Master of Arts, from the Wesleyan University ; and in the fall of 
that year was elected Principal of the Oneida Conference Semi- 
nary at Cazenovia, where he remained four years, being then ap- 
pointed Presiding Elder on the Susquehanna District, for the sec- 
ond time. In 1840, he received the degree of Doctor of Divinity, 
from the college at Augusta, Ky. ; and the same year was elected 
editor of the Methodist Quarterly Review^ which post he occupied 
eight years, during which time the Review rose to a high literarv 
standard. In 1 848, he was elected editor of the Christian At^ 
cote and Journal, in which capacity he served four years. In 1852, 
at the solicitation of numerous friends, he returned to the Wyo- 
ming Conference, the scene of his early labors j and since then he 
has been six years a Pastor, and eight years a Presiding Elder. 

As an author. Dr. Peck stands deservedly high. The following 
are his principal works: " Univcrsalism Examined"; "History of 
the Apostles and Evangelists " ; " Christian Perfection " ; " Rule 
of Faith " ; " Reply to Dr. Bascom's Defence of American Slavery" ; 
" Manly Character" ; " History of Wyoming " ; " Early Methodism" ; 
" Our Country ; its Trials and its Triumphs." 

Dr. Peck ranks high as a preacher. His style is clear, logical 

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362 PECK GENEALOGY, — APPENDIX. 

and convincing. In his discourses, the argument rises in massive 
proportions, his soul seems to glow with religious fervor ; and when 
the theme calls forth all his strength, the truth sways the audience 
with resistless power. In church legislation and discipline, he has 
frequently been called to occupy positions of responsibility, de- 
manding the highest qualifications of judgment, fidelity, and some- 
times courage, and he has always acquitted himself with honor. 
As a patriot, his volume of sermons on the country and the Rebel- 
lion, his numerous addresses, delivered in times of national disaster 
and gloom, are a noble record of steadfast faith and devotion to 
the right. 

As a man. Dr. Peck is loved by all who know him, and most by 
those who know him best ; a judicious counsellor, a sympathizing 
friend, .an afiectionate husBand and father, a noble hearted man. 
Thus holding on his way through a long and useful life, he carries 
in his remembrance the records of half a century of stirring his- 
tory, in whicli he has acted a part, and still remains vigorous and 
active, enjoying a serene, cheerful. Christian old age. He married 
Mary Myers, daughter of Philip Myers, Esq., of Kingston, Penn., 
June 10, 1819. 

CHILDIIEN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(976) George M., b. April 17, 1820. He was educated at the Oneida Confer- 
ence Seminary, and is a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal church, and 
now Presiding Elder of the Lackawanna District of the Wyoming Conference. 
He resides at Providence, Pa. He married Sarah Louisa Butler, July 18, 
1839. Uis children are: (977) MeHt i?.»; (978) Qtorge,* deceased; (979) 
Luther W.^ ; (980) Josiah JSr.,» deceased; and (981) WiUiam if.»— (982) 
Luther W., b. June 14, 1825, graduated at the University of New York, and is 
Pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Hyde Park, Penn. He m. Sarah 
Maria Gibbon, Jan. 18, 1847. His children are : (983) Helen^ ; (984) Mary E.^; 
(985) Emma J9.*; (98G) Francis A,» d. Dec. 20, 1859; (987) Sarah Jf.»; (988) 
Susan U. QJ* ; (989) Jesse T.^ ; and (990) Fanny M.^— (991) Mary H., b. April 
10, 1827, was educated at Rutger's Institute, New York City ; m. Rev. J. T. 
Crane, Jan. 18, 1847, by whom she has nine children. Mr. Crane is a gradu- 
ate of Princeton CoUege, New Jersey, and is Presiding Elder of Newark 
District. (992) William F., b. Sept. 17, 1828, d. April 17, 1829; (993) Wilbur 
F., b. Sept. 11, 1833, graduated in the Medical Department of the University 
of New York, and is practising medicine at Waymart, Penn. He married 
Sarah Jane Dean, Jan. 20, 1857. His chUdren are: (994) George*; (995) 
Louisa^' (996) Luthei^ ; (007) Mary Catharine^' and (998) Wilbur.* George 
and Louisa only are living. 



DESCENDANTS OF HENBT PECK. 363 

[737.] ANDREW PECK, son of Luther,« is a clergyman of 
fhe Metiiodist Episcopal church, and resides at Cortland, N. Y. 
To him I am indebted for much of my information in relation to 
his fiither's family. He married, for his first wife, Polly Hudson, 
June 23, 1824; for his second, Electa Gunn, June 9, 1833; and 
for his third wife, Betsey Fenn, September 22, 1858. His first 
wife was born in Scituate, R I., February 3, 1804, where she was 
also baptized. She died Novemler 29, 1832. His second wife 
was bom October 9, 1805, in Salem, N. Y., and baptized in Guil- 
ford, September 1829. Shedied August 29, 1857. His third wife 
was bom in Brookfield, N. Y., June 17, 1809, and baptized in in- 
fiuicy. 

CHILDREN — EIOnTH GENERATIOK : 

(999) Betsey, b. Feb. 9, 1826, and bap. June 8, 1828, m. George WUlson, and 
resides in Elgin, Minn. ; (1000) Ursula, b. April 9, 1827, bap. June 8, 1828, m. 
Fields Place, and settled in GuUford, N. Y., v^here she d. Sept. G, 18G3 ; (1001) 
Sylvia, b. Aug. 26, 1829, bap. Sept. 23, 1833, m. Peter Kessler, and resides at 
Dayton, Ohio; (1002) Wesley, b. Sept. 25, 1831, bap. Sept. 23, 1833. He is a 
Methodist clergsrman ; belongs to the California Conference, where he resides, 
and now Itinerates. He m. Harriet C. Stiles. His children are : (1003) Ellen 
fl:,»b. Nov. 2, 1868; (1004) Charles TT.,* b. May 31, 1857; and (1005) Anna 
B.,* who was b. April 3, 1862, and d. May 2, 1862. — (1006) An infant son, b. 
Nov. 1, 1882, d. Nov. 2, 1832; (1007) Mary S., b. Dec. 12, 1834, bap. Feb. 21, 
18S5, m. James Atkinson, and resides at Cazenovia, N. T. ; (1008) Emory, b. 
May 26, 1836, bap. Nov. 8, 1836, m. Francis Fisk, and resides in Brownsville, 
Nebraska; (1009) Ellen N., b. Aug. 17, 1838, bap. July 21, 1839, and d. at Mad- 
ison, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1839; (1010) William G., b. Aug. 25, 1841, bap. June 12, 
1842, d. Dec. 7, 1854; (1011) ElbertA., b. July 4, 1846, bap. in 1847, resides 
at Woodstock, N. Y. 

[732.] JESSE T.^ PECK, son of Luther,® is a clergyman of 
the Methodist Episcopal church, with which he united in 1827. 
In 1829, he was licensed as a local preacher, and July 12, 
1832, he was received into the Oneida Conference, and stationed 
successively at Dryden, Newark Valley, Skaneateles and Potsdam. 
By a division of the territory, he became a member of the Black 
Elver Conference. He was subsequently elected Principal of the 
Gouveneur Wesleyan Seminary, in St. Lawrence County, where 
he remained four years. He then became Principal of the Troy 
Conference Academy, in West Poultney, Vt., where he labored 
very auccessfully in the oause of education for seven years, being 
a member of the Troy Conference during this period. In 1848, 



364 PECK QESEAJJOGY. — APPENDIX. 

he resigned the principalship at the Conference Academy, to accept 
the Presidency of Dickinson College, at Carlisle, Penn., one of the 
oldest colleges in the United States, where he remained four years. 
During this latter period, he was a member of the Baltimore Con 
ference. He then became pastor of the Foundry Church in Wash- 
ington, D. C, where he remained two years. After this, he was 
appointed Secretary and Editor of the Tract Society of tlie M. E. 
church, and performed the duties of this oflSce with great zeal and 
ability. Subsequently to this, he became pastor of Green Street 
Church in the city of New York. He was then transferred by the 
Board of Bishops to California, where he labored as pastor of im- 
portant churches and Presiding Elder, for nearly eight years. On 
returning East, on account of the state of Mrs. Peck's health, he 
served for a time as pastor of St. Paul's church in Peekskill, X. Y., 
whence he was transferred to the Troy Conference, and stationed 
at Hudson Street church in Albany, where he now resides. 

As will be seen by the preceding outline of his labor. Dr. Peck 
has thus far led a very busy life, and has had many important in- 
terests intrusted to his hands by the church and the community 
It may be added, that while in preaching and teaching he has been 
"in labors abundant," his pen has not been idle. Contributing 
largely to certain leading periodicals, be has also found time to 
write several volumes of permanent value. He is the author of 
tlie works entitled "The Central Idea of Christianity"; "The 
True Women " ; " What must I do to be Saved ? " and " Tlie His- 
tory of the Great Republic, considered from a Cliristian Stand- 
point." He has also been four times a member of the General 
Conference; and at the election of Bishops, in 186*4, Dr. Peck 
received the higliest number of votes among the candidates not 
elected. He was afterwards elected editor of the Northern Chris- 
tiaii Advocate ; but, deeming it his duty to return to California, he 
declined this important oflSce. He married Persis Wing, October 
13^ 1831, daughter of Capt. DaWd Wing, of West Dennis, Barn- 
stable Co., Mass. They have no children. 

[740.] LUCIUS^ PECK, son of Jonathan,^ resides at Bay 
zetta, Ohio. He married Abby, daughter of Abraham Crowley, of 
Norwich, Conn. 



DESCENDANTS OF HENRY PECK. 365 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OENEBATION : 

(1012) Lucias W., b. June 4, 1824, resides at Austinsbnrg, Ohio ; m. Char- 
lotte I. Tuttie. His children are : (1013) Eliza C7.»; (1014) Laura H*; (1016) 
AnnaA^; and (1016) Frederick G^.* — (1017) Henry C, b. May 15, 1826, m. 
EUen E. Sanford. His children are: (1018) Frank H* ; (1019) Willie A*; 
(1020) FlorrieE*; (1021) Linus A»; (1022) Carrie E.* ; and (1023) Minnie 
A.»— (1024) Eunice R.,b. May 14, 1828, m. Stoughton Davis; (1025) Eliza 
C, b. June 9, 1831, m. first, Linus H. Webb; second, A. D. Martin; (1026) 
Phineas F., b. Aug. 8, 1834, d. Oct. 16, 1860; (1027) Mary A., b. May 7, 1839, 
m. first, Elisha G. Tew ; and second, Joseph L. Tew. 

[741.] JONATHAN H.'^ PECK, son of Jonathan,® settled in 
Parma, N. Y. He was twice married : first, to Polly Scott j sec- 
ond, to Mary Ann Pitcher. 

CHILDREN — EIOHTH GENERATION: 

(1028) Willis, b. Oct. 21, 1825, m. Polly E. Harrington. His children were : 
(1029) PheM; (1030) Alfred Z.»; (1031) Almon H,^ ; (1032) Edward^; and 
(1033) Washington P.»— (1034) Almon, b. May 21, 1828, m. Amey E. Miner; 
(1035) Edward, b. March 21, 1832, m. first, Harriet Simmons; second, Orlyn- 
thla Trimmer ; d. Aug. 30, 1862, leaving two children: (1036) MoHon^ ; and 
(1037) C7arw«a.»— (1038) Ephralm E., b. Oct. 20, 1833; (1039) Jonathan P., 
b. June 6, 1836, d. Nov. 19, 1867; (1040) Alfred L., b. Dec. 13, 1841, d. Sept. 
8, 1854; (1041) Theron P., b. Dec. 30, 1845. 

[744.] ASA C.^ PECK, son of Jonathan,^ resides in Kings- 
ville, Ohio. He married Marietta Fulton, a descendant of Robert 
Fulton. She died September 7, 1855. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(1042) Anson S., b. Aug. 8, 1834, resides in Charleston, Ohio; m. Ellen L. 
Loomis, and has one son : (1043) Charles M.^ — (1044) Frances E., b. Sept. 2, 
1837, d. Sept. 23, 184G; (1045) Eliza J., b. Aug. 5, 1842, who m. Lucius W. 
HubbeU, July 3, 1826 ; and (1046) Lois J., b. Oct. 30, 1849. 

[753.1 JOHN n.^ PECK, son of Ambrose,^ resides at Yantic, 
Conn. He is a merchant, doing business at Norwich. He married 
Abby Ann Hyde, eldest daughter of Amasa Hyde, Esq., January 
29, 1834. 

CniLDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(1047) Eunice H., b. Feb. 25, 1835, d. Nov. 7, 1835; (1048) John H.,b. Sept. 
7, 1838, graduated at Yale College in 1863, and is Principal of tlie High School 
ftt New Britain, Conn. He m. Hattie B. Dibble, and has had two children : 
(1049) John ir.,» who d. Sept. 28, 1865 ; and (1060) Frederick 2>.» — (1051) 
Jennie A., b. Aug. 21, 1840, m. James C. Pratt, and resides at Hartford, Conn. ; 

81* 



366 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

(1052) William H., b. May 12, 1842, m. Susan A. Gates, of Stowe, Mass., where 
he resides; (1053) James H., b. April 2, 1844, d. Sept. 1, 1844; (1054) Amiie 
H., b. July 12, 1846, resides with her parents; (1055) Samael K., b. Feb. 12, 
1848, and resides at Toledo, Ohio. 

[767.] DARIUS^ PECK, son of Joseph,® resides in Mishicot, 
Wis. He married Christian Birdsall, December 24, 1825. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(1056) George L., b. Jan. 6, 1847; (1057) Henry J., b. Sept. 17. 1848; (1058) 
Caroline A., b. May 27, 1850 ; (1059) Mary E., b. Jaly 25, 1854 ; (1060) Charles 
B., b. April 10, 1857 ; (1061) Martha A., b. June 23, 1865. 

[789.] STEPHEN A.^ PECK, son of Deacon Horace,® re- 
sides in New Haven, Conn. He married Maria A. Newhall, April 
26, 1849. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OEXERATIOK : 

(1062) Sarah M., b. Jan. 15, 1850; and (1063) Stephen A., b. Jan. 29, 1855. 

[790.] WHiLIAM S.^ PECK, son of Deacon Horacb,« re- 
sides in Woodbridge. He married Hannah T. Newhall, September 
10, 1850. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH OEXERATION : 

(1064) Fanny J., b. Sept. 7, 1851; (1065) Mary A., b. July 7, 1854; (1066) 
Alice E., b. June 23, 1857; (1067) William H., b. Jan. 10, 1862, d. Nov. 19, 
1864; (1068) Frank H., b. June 8, 1869. 

[792.] FRANCIS B.^ PECK, son of Reuben,« is a TJniver- 
salist clergyman, and resides at Oxford, Chenango County, N. Y. 
He married Miss Betsey Snell, of Ephratah, Fulton County, Janu- 
ary 27, 1848. 

CHILDREN — EIGHTH GENERATION: 

(1069) Clinton R., b. May 9, 1850; (1070) Mary E., b. Oct. 20, 1857; (1071) 
Frank, b. March 1, 1860. 

[794.] FAYETTE S.^ PECK, son of Eeuben,^ resides at 
Burtonsville, Montgomery County, N. Y. He is a farmer, engaged 
in the dairying business, and in fruit and hop growing. He married 
Miss Sarah Wriglit, daughter of Mr. Ralph Wright, of Oppenheim, 
Fulton County, September 8, 1850. 

CniLDRKN — EIGHTH GENERATION : 

(1072) Murray R., b. Oct. 12, 1851; (1073) Lucinda, b. Jalj 27, 1866; and 
(1074) Emma, b. Oct. 23, 1861. 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK. 367 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK, 

OP HARTFORD, CONNECnCUT. 

Deacon Paul Peck is supposed to have been born in Essex 
County, England, in 1608, and to have come to this country in the 
ship "Defence," in 1635, and remained in Boston, Mass., or its 
vicinity, until 1636, and then removed to Hartford with the Rev. 
Thomas Hooker and his friends. His name is in the list of the 
proprietors of Hartford in 1639. From the records of the town, it 
appears that he became one of its leading men. His residence is 
said to have been upon what is now Washington Street, not far 
from Trinity College, the site of which being still known by aged 
persons as the " Peck lot." 

I regret to have found so little interest felt in relation to him, or 
in my endeavors to trace out and give a history of his descendants. 
A very few have ofiFered their assistance ; many have refused to 
answer my letters, or give the information asked of them. 

He was Deacon of the Congregationalist Church from 1681 
until his decease, December 23, 1695. His will is upon the Pro- 
bate Records, B. 5, pp. 217-18-19, dated June 25, 1695, and 
proved January 15, 1695-6. It is quite lengthy, and is of interest 
in its details and descriptions of his property. His inventory 
amounted to X536 and 5^. 

He makes bequests to his wife Martha, sons Paul and Joseph ; 
his daughters Martha Cornwell, Mary Andrew, Sarah Clark and 
Elizabeth How ; his grandsons Paul and Samuel ; and his son-in- 
law John Shepherd. 

He also names his granddaughter Ruth Beach, and son-in-law 
Joseph Bonton, to whom Samuel was required to pay legacies. 

CHILDREN— SECOND GENERATION: 

(l)+Paul, b. In 1639; (2) Martha, b. In 1641, m. John Cornwell, June 8, 
1666, of Middletown, where she died March 1, 1708-9. Her children were: 
Mary*; Martha''; John*; William*; Paul*; Hannah*; Joseph*; Thankful*; 

Thankful, 2dP; and Benjamin,* (8) Elizabeth, b. in 1643, m. How, of 

Wallingford ; (4)+John, b. Dec. 22, 1645 ; (5)+Sarauel, b. in 1647 ; (6)+Jo8eph, 
bap. Dec. 22, 1650; (7) Sarah, b. in 1653, m. Thomas Clark, of Hartford; (8) 



368 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

Hannah, b. in 1656, m. John Shepherd, of Hartford, May 12, 1680; (9) Mary, 
b. in 1662, m. John Andrew, of Hartford, and d. in 1752.* 

[1.] PAUL^ PECK, son of Deacon Paul,^ resided in West 
Hartford, where he died in 1725. He married Elizabeth Baisej, 
daughter of John Baisey. 

CHILDREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

(10)+Paul, b. in 1666; (ll)+John, b. in 1672; (12) Martha, b. in 1676, m. 
Samuel Hubbard, of Middletown, now Berlin, Conn. ; (13) Samuel, b. in 1680, 
also settled in Berlin ; (14) Hannah, b. in 1681, m. first, Joseph Hopkins, April 
27, 1699 ; and second, John Porter, Dec. 18, 1713. She resided in Waterfouiy. 
(15)+William, b. in 1686; (16) Ruth, b.in 1688, m. Samuel Sedgwick, jr., Feb. 
1, 1711, for her first husband, and Samuel Culver, of Wallingford, Jan. 3, 1728, 
for her second. 

[4.3 JOEKf^ PECK, son of Deacon Paul,^ became a member 
of the church at Hartford in 1696. 

CHILDREN — THIRD GENERATION: 

(17) John, jr., b. May 1, 1661; (18) Elizabeth, b. Oct. 7, 1664; (19) Sarah, 
b. June 20, 16G8 ; (20) Joseph, b. March 6, 1671 ; (21) Ruth, b. Dec. 21, 1677; 
(22) Susannah, b. Oct. 16, 1680 ; (23) Jonathan, b. Oct. 6, 1683. 

[5.] SAilUEL^ PECK, son of Deacon Paul,i resided in West 
Hartford, where he died, January 10, 1696. He married Elizabeth 



CHILD — THIRD GENERATION: 

(24)+Samuel, b. in West Hartford, in 1672. 

[6.] JOSEPH^ PECK, son of Deacon Paul,i settled in Wind- 

sor, where he died, June 26, 1698. He married Ruth . 

She was appointed administratrix upon his estate, April 1698. 

CHILDREN — THIRD GENERATION : 

(25) Elizabeth, b. in 1C86, d. young; (2G) Ruth, b. in 1692, d. young; (27) 
Joseph, b. in 1694, and settled in Tolland County, where he died, leaving an 
infant son, John. An administrator was appointed upon his estate in 1741 ; 
(28) Ruth, m. a Mr. Mason. 

[10.] PAUL3 PECK, son of Paul,^ removed to Litchfield at 
an early date. He was one of the first settlers there. He and his 



♦ It would appear from the will, that there were two other daughters, 
whose names were not upon record, one who married Joseph Bonton, and the 
other the mother of Ruth Beach, unless one married a second husband. 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK. 369 

brother John both took an active part in the Indian war. He mar- 
ried Leah Muzzy* of Hartford, August 20, 1701. He died Decem- 
ber 21, 1751 ; his widow died June 5, 1767. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(29) Paul, b. April 27, 1702. He was known as a great hunter and trapper, 
a kind of ** Kit Carson," I should suppose, f^om what I learn of him. He was 
kiUed in the Revolutionary war at the time the British burned our military 
stores at Danbury, Conn. He was in his 75th year, unm. ; f (30) Elizabeth, 
m. Benjamin Webster; (31) Leah, m. Benjamin BisseU; (82)+£lisha; (83) 
-l-Thomas ; (34) Hachel, m. Heuben Hibbard ; (35)+Cornelius, b. in Hartford, 
Feb. 24, 1713 ; (36)+Benjamin. 

[11.] J0HN3 PECK, son of Paul,^ married Mehitable Reeve, 
of Hartford, November 9, 1707, and removed to Litchfield about 
1720. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(37) John, b. Nov. 3, 1708, settled in Vermont at an early date; (38)+Abra- 
ham: (39) Isaac, m.Ruth Tomlinson, of Litchfield, May 20, 173G, and removed 
to Canaan; (40) Jacob, d. in early life; (41) a daughter, who died in infancy; 
(42)+Reeve, b. March 3, 1723; (43) Lydia, m. Elisha Peck (No. 58), son of 
Samuel. She died at the residence of her son Asa, in Litchfield, aged 96 
years. 

[15.] WILLIAM^ PECK, son of Paul,» removed to Litchfield, 
in 1727. He married Lois Webster. 

CHILDREN — FOURTH GENERATION: 

(44) Jerusha, b. Sept. 1727, m. Joseph VaUl ; (45)+Timothy, b. March 6, 
1730; (46) Lois, b. Sept. 1732, m. John Osborn; (47) Eunice, b. Sept. 1736; 
(48) Margaret, m. Capt. Harris Hopkins; (49) Abigail, m. James Stodard; 
C50) Sarah, m. Abel Brown. 

[24.] SAMUEL' PECK, son of Samuel,^ settled in Middle- 
town, now Berlin. He married Abigail Collier, daughter of Joseph 



♦It is difficult to teU upon the records at Hartford whether this name is 
ICozzy, Mowry, or Merry. 

t He is said to have been killed by a British officer, who was so exasperated 
It the deadly aim of Paul's gun among his men, that he seized it and bent it 
)ver the wall behind which he had fought. This gun, I am told by Beiyamin 
Peck, of Palenville, N. Y., grandson of the brother of Paul, was recovered, 
itraightened and repaired, and always known by the name of Paul's hunting 

Paul and his brothers, he tells me, were the first to carry guns into Litch- 
leld, and that he now has in his possession the two owned by his brothers. 



370 PKCK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

Collier, March 6, 1701. He died December 9, 1765 j she died 
October 28, 1742. 

CHILDBEN — FOURTH GENERATIOK: 

(51)+Samael, b. at Kensington, Jan. 6, 1701 ; (62)+Mo8es, b. April 170S; 
(53)-f-Isaac, b. at Slmsbury, Nov. 28, 1706; (64)+AbUah, b. Dec. 28, 1709; 
(66)+Zebnlon, b. in Middletown, Sept. 1, 1712 ; (66)+Amo8, b. in Kensing- 
ton, March 8, 1715 ; (57) Abel, b. in Kensington, Dec. 28, 1717, and d. Sept 
19, 1742, nnm. He was a physician. (58)+£li8lia, b. at Kensington, March 
11, 1720; (59) Elijah, b. in Lyme, Joly 23, 1723, m. Mary Strong, daughter of 
Hewett Strong. His children were : (60) Jahez^^ b. in 1755 ; and (61) DaniA,^ 
b. in 1758, and probably others; (62) Lucy, b. Dec. 19, 1727; (63) Lois, who 
is named in the will of her fl&ther, but not recorded with the f)Eunily. 

[32.] ELISHA* PECK, son of Paul,^ married Saxah Grant, 
January 1730-1, and settled in Litchfield. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(64) Elisha, b. July 10, 1731 ; (65) Abijah, b. Oct. 1733, m. first, Keturah 

, who d. Sept. 1772, in her 44th year; second, Hhoda Fitch (widow), 

June 1778, formerly Rhoda CoUins. His children were ; (66) Keturah,* b. 
Jan. 22, 1774; (67) Abijah,* b. Feb. 5, 1776; and probably others not on record. 
— (68) DiUe, b. June 25, 1735-6, m. William Graves; (69) Abiah, b. Sept. 20, 
1738. 

[33.] THOMAS* PECK, son of Paul,^ settled in Litchfield. 
He married Sarah Smith, August 17, 1733. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(70) Ann, b. Feb. 7, 1734-5; (71) Mlndwell, b. Oct. 26, 1737; (72) Thomas, 
b. AprU 24, 1740; (73) Sarah, b. Aug. 18, 1742; (74) Amey, b. April 12, 1745; 
(75) Levi, b. June 23, 1745, d. in 1802; (76) Rachel, b. Oct 7, 1752; (77) Eli- 
jah, b. Oct. 27, 1754; resided in Litchfield, where he m. Hannah Harrison. 
His children were : (78) Almon* ; (79) Freeman*; (80) Elijah*; (81) Rhoda*; 
(82) Clarissa*; (83) Mahala* ; and (84) Lucy* He d. in 1794. 

[35.] CORNELIUS* PECK, son of Paul,^ settled in Litch- 
field, where he died, October 31, 1801. He married Bethiah Beebe, 
February 5, 1748-9. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(85) Elizabeth, b. May 9, 1750, m. Abel Atwater; (86) Cornelius, b. March 
26, 1753 ; (87) Mary, b. July 27, 1754 ; and probably others not recorded. 

[36.] BENJAMIN* PECK, son of Paul,^ married Mary Fris- 
bie, October 22, 1755, and resided in that part of Litchfield known 
as Chestnut Hill. 



BESCEKDANTS OF DEAOON PAUL FECK. 371 

CHILDREN — FIFTH QEMERATION: 

(88)+Bex4amin, b. Dec. 28, 1766 ; (89) Mary, b. July 12, 1759, m. Richard 
Wallace, and resided In Litchfield, where she d. Feb. 18, 1835, aged about 75 
years, leaving a large fi^mily ; (90) Anna, m. James Stone ; (91) Rachel, b. Oct. 
8, 1766, m. Norman Buel, and resided in Litchfield; (92)+Eliada, b. July 16, 
1770. 

[38.] ABRAHAM^ PECK, son of-*X»,3 resided in Litchfield, 
where he died, August 1801, in the 91st year of his age. He mar- 
ried Hannah . 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(93)+ Abraham, b. Nov. 16, 1768 j (94) Sybel, b. Aug. 9, 1766; and probably 
others not apon record. 

[42.] REEVE* PECK, son of John,^ married Rachel Granger, 
of Granbury, Conn., and settled in Litchfield, where he died, aged 
about 80. His wife died 1817, aged 96. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(96) Moses, b. Jan. 19, 1764, d. unm.; (96)+Reeve; (97) Ann, b. Jan. 27, 
1757, m. Richard Wallace ; (98)+Reuben, b. Jan. 24, 1760 ; (99)-f-Asahel, b. Aug. 
18, 1762 ; (100) George, b. Nov. 17, 1766, and I am told settled in ComwaU, 
Vt. ; (101) Rachel, b. Feb. 18, 1769, m. David VaUl. 

[45.] TIMOTHY^ PECK, son of William^, married Sarah 
Plumb. He died November 20, 1772. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(102)+Philo or Philoslbbins, b. Oct. 3, 1752 ; (103) Anna, b. March 29, 1766 ; 
(104) Rhoda, b. March 21, 1758, m. Lot Chase; (105) Sarah, b. Jan. 3, 1762; 
(106)+Timothy, b. Aug. 26, 1765 ; (107)+Virgil, b. Sept. 4, 1769 ; (108) Rachel, 
b. Feb. 18, 1770. 

[51.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided in Berlin, 
Conn., where he died, August 25, 1784. Ho married Thankful 
Winchel, January 10, 1725. She died January 6, 1762. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(109) Sybel, b. June 4, 1726, d. Aug. 16, 1736; (110) Eldad, b. June 4, 1728, 
d. Aug. 22, 1736; (111) ThankAil, b. April 30, 1732, d. Aug. 31, 1736; (112)+ 
Samuel, b. May 2, 1734; (113) Eldad, b. In 1738; (lU)+Eldad, again, b. in 
1740. 

[52.] MOSES^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ married Sarah Kellogg, 
August 14, 1732, and resided in Kensington, where he died, Decem- 
ber 30, 1759. His wife died June 12, 1770. 




372 PECK GENEALOGT. — APPENDIX. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATIOX : 

(115) Oliver, b. March 18, 17S7, d. Nov. 4, 1810, m. Patience Clark, March 
24, 1757. She d. Jan. 20, 1808; (116) Rhoda, b. Dec. 15, 1733, d. April 18, 
1784 ; (117) Rhoda, a twin sister, b. April 18, 1734, m. Reuben CUrk, Dec 21, 

1759, d. March 24, 1801 ; (118) Moses, b. June 24, 1735, m. Rosanna , din 

1810 ; (119) Sarah, bom April 11, 1741, m. Timothy Clark in 1759 ; (120)+Abel, 
b. May 5, 1743. 

[63.] ISAAC* PECK, son of SAinjEL,^ married Lois Porter, of 
Farmington, December 1729, and died in Kensington, October 27, 

1748. 

CHILDREN — FTFTH GENERATIOK : 

(121)+Freeman, b. Oct. 9, 1732; (122) Jabez, b. Sept. 16, 1734; (128) Lois, 
b. Oct. 14, 1739, d. Sept. 22, 1743 ; (124)4-Joseph, b. Aug. 14, 1744. 

[64.] ABIJAH* PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided in BerUn, 
where he died, March 13, 1797. He married Abigail Galpen, of 
Middletown, June 10, 1742. She died July 21, 1775. 

CniUDREN — FIFTH OEXERATIOX : 

(125) Abigail, b. Feb. 2, 1744, m. Ozlas Bronson, of Winchester, where she 
died at an advanced age; (126) +Abijah, b. July 11, 1747; (127) Joseph, b. 
Jnljr 6, 1749, d. Dec. 1822, no issue; (128) Anna, b. Jan. 21, 1752, m. Thomas 
Thompson, d. July 24, 1790, leaving four sons and three daughters ; (129)+ 
Jesse, b. March 3, 1754 ; (130) Mercy, b. March 29, 1756, m. a Thompson. She 
d. July 6, 1790. 

[dd."] ZEBULON^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ married Mary Ed- 
wards, daughter of Josiah Edwards, of East Hampton, L. I., July 
10, 1735. He died in Bristol, Coun., January 13, 1795. His wife 
died May 23, 1790. 

CniLDREX — FIFTn GENERATION: 

(131) Abigail, b. May 20, 1736, m. Hezeklah Gridley, removed to Clinton, 
N.Y., where she d. April 21, 1826; (132)+Justus, b. Nov. U, 1737; (133) Eliza- 
beth, b. Sept. 30, 1739, d. Nov. 16, 1741 ; (134) Mary, b. Aug. 12, 1741, m. Israel 
Puller, July 23, 1761. She d. Oct. 11, 1786 ; (135)+Zebulon, b. in Meriden, April 
15, 1743; (136)+Abel, b. in Meriden, 1745; (137)-f-David, b. in Bristol, May 
13, 1749; (138)+Lament, b. May 8, 1751, in Farmington, now Bristol; (138) 
Elizabeth, b. in Bristol, in 1763, m. Abel Hawley, Dec. 16, 1772, and d. in Clin- 
ton, N. Y., March 12, 1816; (139)+Josiah, b. Jan. 19, 1766. 

[56.] AMOS^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ married Mary Hart, 
July 26, 1750, and settled in Middletown. where he died, April 6, 
1802. She died June 22, 1771. 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK. 373 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION : 

(140) Mathew, b. July 16, 1751, m. Huldah Rice; (141)+Amo8, jr., b. Jan. 
25, 1754; (142) Rath, b. Nov. 28, 1756, m. Bei^amin Hopkins, and d. March 5, 
1824; (143) Mary, b. March 9, 1760, m. Elisha Hart; (144) Huldah, b. Sept. 
18, 1762. She was twice married. She d. March 28, 1847 ; (145)+Lemael, b. 
March 2S, 1765 ; (146) Lucy, b. Dec. 2, 1767, m. Asahel Dickinson. She d. 
Dec. 1, 1853. 

[68.] ELISHA* PECK, son of Samuel,^ settled in Middletown, 
now Berlin, where he died, May 29, 1762. He married Lydia 
Peck, No. 43, daughter of John Peck, May 17, 1743, both being 
the great-grandchildren of Deacon Paul. 

CHILDREN — FIFTH GENERATION: 

(147)-f Asa; ( 148)+ Ariel ; (149)+Elisha, b. Feb. 26, 1767; (160) Amey, m. 
Wmiam Gibbs; (151) Lydia, m. John Buel; (162) Sybil, m. Lemuel Orton. 

[88.] BENJAMIN* PECK, son of Benjamin,* settled at first 
in Litchfield, where he resided until about 1798, when he removed 
to Palenville, N. Y., where he died in 1820. He married Mary 
BueL 

CHILDRBN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(158) Orman, d. in 1804, aged about 22 years; (154) Benjamin, m. Jane 
Bret, and was residing upon the homestead in 1865. Ilis children are : (155) 
Benjamin'; (156) Orman' ; (157) William'' ; (158) Laura'' ; (169) Margaret'' ; 
(160) Cornelia'' ; (161) Minerva'' ; (162) Calista'' ; and t/anc'.— (163) Clarissa, 
m. John Bumham, and settled at Cairo ; (164) Polly, m. John Palmer, and 
also settled at Cairo. 

[92.] ELI AD A* PECK, son of Benjamin,^ settled upon the 
homestead, where he died. He was three times married: 1st, to 
Sally Beckwith, October 28, 1798; 2d, to Abigail Whittlesey, June 
4, 1806; 3d, to Julia Sherman, May 7, 1826. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH QENERATION : 

(165) Benjamin, b. Nov. 7, 1799; (166) Henry D., b. May 23, 1807; (167) 
Sheldon W., b. Aug. 31, 1809; (168) James, and perhaps others, not upon 
record. 

[93.] ABRAHAM* PECK, son of Abraham,^ married Honor 
De Wolf. He removed from Litchfield to Cornwall, Vt., about 
1802. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GEKERATIOK : 

(169) Hannah, b. April 22, 1788; (170) Alanson A., b. Feb. 4, 1790, m. Nancy 
Pe Lano. His children are : (171) Benjamin i?.,^ residing at Cohoes, N. Y., In 

82 



374 PECK 6ENEAL0GT. — APFENDIX^ 

1867; (172) Mary VJ ; (17S) Benry 0.%-.and (174) Lydia', —(176) Epaphrodi- 
tu8, b. July 6, 1791 ; (176) David, b. Dec. 8, 1794, d. Feb. 18, 1796 ; (177) Maty, 
b. March 6, 1796; (178) Lncretia, b. April 22, 1798; (179) Isaac, b. July 27, 
1800; (180) Frederick, b. March 12, 1803; (181) SybU, b. Dec. 14, 1805^ 
(182) Electa, b. Aug. 22, 1807. 

[96.] REEVE* PECK, son of Reeve,* married Sarah Butler, 
April 14, 1774, and settled at first in Litchfield, and from there is 
supposed to have removed to Cornwall, Vt 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENEBATION : 

(183) Eleazar, b. Feb. 2i, 1776; (18*) Samael, b. March 20, 1778; (185) 
<*arah, b. Sept. 22, 1780; (186)ReeYe, b. Nov. 4, 1782; (1«7) Horatio, b. Sept. 
to, 17d9; (188) Sarah: and.Rachel^ by a 2d wife. 

[98.] REUBEN* PECK, son of Reeve,^ married Sarah Churchel, 
and settled in Cornwall, Yt. 

CHILDREN — SCTFH GENERATIOK: 

(189) Darkis, settled in Cornwall, where he died Jane 28, 1867, leayisg do 
issue ; (190) Romeo, m. Sarah Chatterdon, and was residing In Cornwall in 
18G7. His children were: (191) Reuben O.'; (192) Jennie X.'; (193) Cornea 
J?.'; (194) John a"* ; (196) Aretus C; (196) Bachel AJ ; and (197) £llery 
HJ* —(198) Julius, m. Ist, Sally Lampher; 2d, Augustine Van Quilder. His 
children were: (199) George'^; (200) Beuben^ ; (201) Julius''; (202) Celor' ; 
(2()3) Cetio,^ —(204) Sally. 

[99.] ASAHEL^ PECK, son of Reeve,^ married Anna Marsh. 
February 1789, and remained in latcbfield. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(205) Chauncey, b. Aug. 25, 1789, m. Minerva Bidwell, April 23, 1812. He 
d. Feb. 18, 1867. His children were: (206) Harriet C.,* b. Dec. 9, 1814; (207) 
Hiram IF.J b. April 9, 181^; (208) Stephen B.,^ b. June 2, 1820; ^Frances <5.,* 
b. April 27, 1826; and (209) James B.,^ b. in 1828. — (210) Horace, b. June 10, 
1791, m. l8t, Lydia Orton; 2d, Amelia Doolittle. His children were: (211) 
Charles J.'^ ; (212) Burr O? ; (213) Xoww*; and (214) Harriet.'* —(215) Asahel, 
b. April 29, 1792, m. Abigail Catlln. His children were: (216) Henry C.^• 
(217) MaHa EJ ; {21%) Helen' ; (219) JVtfwfow^* and (220) ./wha.' —(221) Elijah 
M., b. Oct. 29, 1794, m. Harriet Turner. His children are: (221) Edward 0.,^ 
residing in Litchfield, Conn., in 1807; (222) Mary Ann'' ; (223) Emeline A.''; 
(224) Adaline^; and (225) Angeline\ twins. — (226) Ozias, b. May 17, 1797, m. 
list, Mahala Hubbard; 2d, Harriet Ann Pond. His children were : (227) Martha 
J? ; (228) Lemon OP ; and (229) Ozias ff'.,^who is a physician, and resides in 
New Haven. — (230) Edmond, b. Aug. 14, 1799, m. Ann Perkins ; had one son : 

* This name was received too late to be numbered with the others. 



DESCENDANTS OP DEACON PAUL PECK. 376 

(231) Edmond P.^ —(232) Anna, b. April 18, 1801, m. Herman Blssell; (233) 
Julias, b. July 29, 1804, m. Eunice Warner*; (234) Harriet, b. June 10, 1806; 

(236) William, b. March 14, 1808, m. Ist, Emeline Loveland ; 2d, Cordelia Mc- 
Donald. He died in Wisconsin In 1866. His children were : (236) Aaron''; 

(237) EdmoncC; and (238) Caroline'; and perhaps others. 

[102.] PHILO* PECK, son of Timothy,^ married Hannah 
Hicks, of East Hampton, L. I. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(239)+Alfred, b. Feb. 26, 1779 ; (240) Rhoda, b. Sept. 26, 1782, m. VlrgU 
Walter; (241) PoUy, b. April 29, 1786; (242) Mary Ann, b. Nov. 20, 1796, m. 
Jeremiah Norton. • 

[106.] TIMOTHY* PECK, son of Timothy,^ married a Joy. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(243) Luther, who d. in London, England, nnm. ; (244) Clara ; (246) Sarah ; 
(246) VirgU ; and (247) Mary. 

[107.] VniGIL* PECK, son of Timothy,* married Mary 
Wallace, granddaughter of Benjamin Peck (No. 36), November 28, 
1799. He died October 15, 1 804. She survived him, and married 
Dr. Abel Catlin, March 20, 1808. She was born October 13, 1781, 
and died December 21, 1860. 

CHILDBEK — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(248) Miry W., b. Sept. 11, 1800, m. Edward D. Mansfield, April 25, 1827, d. 
March 10, 1837; (249) Helen, b. July 26, 1802, died nnm. May 27, 1822; 
(250)4-Wmiam V., b. April 16, 1804. 

[112.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Samuel,^ resided in Berlin, 
where he died, July 18, 1802. He married, for his first wife, Ruth 

Hopkins, March 3, 1757; for his second, Sarah , March 31. 

1773; and for his third, Abigail Lattimer, December 7, 1775. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(251) Thankfhl, b. Feb. 8, 1768 ; (262) Elizabeth, b. Oct. 7, 1761 ; (263) La- 
▼Inia, b. April 25, 1766 ; (264) Solomon, b. June 22, 1767 ; (266)+Samuel, b. 
Sept. 26, 1768; (266)+Edward, b. Nov. 21, 1776. 

[114.] ELD AD* PECK, son of Samuel,* married Mary Fos- 
ter, February 9, 1764; died September 14, 1824. 

* He had a son Comelins, who died in Bristol, Conn. 



376 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

crrn.DRKX — sixth generation: 

(257) Submit, b. Dec. 30, 1764; (258) Seth, b. May 4, 1767; (259) Fhileiiii, 
b. Oct. 14, 1771, m. Mathew Jadd, Jan. 20, 1800; (260) Eldad, b. Not. 5, 1774; 
(261) £ra£tas, b. June 29, 1779. 

[120.] ABEL* PECK, son of Moses,* married Deborah Curtis 
in 1768. He died July 16, 1822. She died December 30, 1824. 

CHIU>REN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(262) Billy K., b. in 1772, d. April 13, 1811 ; (263) Miyor B., b. in 1774, m. 
Lucy Lewis ; (264) Rhoda B., b. in 1776, m. Gideon Huntley, and d. April 28, 
1819; (265) SaUy B., b. in 1779; (266) Sylvester, b. in 1784, d. July 31, 1858. 
There were other children, who died young. • 

[121.] FREEMAN* PECK, son of Isaac,* married LoisLmd- 
ley, June 4, 1753 ; died July 24, 1762. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(267) Isaac, b. Aug. 14, 1753; (268) Lois, b. Dec 24, 1754; (269) OUtc, b. 
April 9, 1757; (270) Freeman, b. May 31, 1760. 

[124.] JOSEPH* PECK, son of Isaac,* settled, lived and 
died in Berlin. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(271) Sarah, b. April 8, 1770; (272) Hannah, b. Dec. 24, 1771 ; (273) Lucre- 
tia, b. Aug. 16, 1774; (274) Lydia, b. Dec. 19, 1776; (275) Joseph, b. April 13, 
1779, d. April 17, 1823; (276) Asenath, b. July 22, 1781. 

[126.] ABIJAH^ PECK, son of Abijah,* removed with his 
family to the State of Xew York, about 1812, and died at the resi- 
dence of his grandson, Joseph L., in Cayuga County, May 18, 1828. 
He was three times married ; first, to Lucy Percival ; second, to 
Huldah Boardman ; third, to Mrs. Abigail Owen. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(277) H- Warren, b. Dec. 30, 1786; (278) Joseph, d. unm. ; (279) Lucy; 

(280) Abijah, was residing in Norwalk, N. Y., in 1866, m. PoUy Reynolds; 

(281) Anise ; (282) SaUy, m. John Nichols, and was residing, a widow, in Peru, 
Ohio, in 1866. 

[ 1 29.] JESSE^ PECK, son of Abijah,* married Philoma Cook, 
daughter of Rev. Samuel Cook, November 15, 1785. She was 
bom July 14, 1761, and died March 16, 1816. He died at Roch- 
ester, N. Y., April 29, 1823. 



DESCENDANTS OP DEACON PAUL PECK. 377 

CHILDBEN — SIXTH QENKRATION : 

(283) Emily, d. in infancy; (284)+Everard, b. Nov. 6, 1792; (286)+Henry, 
b. Jan. 3, 1795; (286)+Jesse, b. Jan. 19, 1798, and Emily 2d, b. March 81, 
1802, m. Thomas Kempshall. 

[132.] JUSTUS* PECK, son of Zebulon,* resided in Wal- 
cott, Conn., where he died, November 23, 1813. He married Lucy 
Frisbee, September 6, 1759. She died December 11, 1823, aged 
83 years. He was a deacon of the Congregationalist Church for 
many years, and held various public offices. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

• 

(287) Lncy, b. March 10, 1761, m. and d. in New Hampshire, leaving chU- 
dren; (288)-fElisha, b. Sept. 9. 1763; (289) Mary, b. Sept. 23, 1766, m. 
Joshua Ckiok, of Rutland, Vt., Jan. 20, 1789; (290) Sarah, b. June 10, 1768, d. 
March 30, 1773; (291) Rachel, b. Nov. 13. 1771, m. Rev. Asa Talmadge, of 
Soathington, Conn., Oct. 17, 1801, d. Jane 5, 1845 ; (292) Justus, b. June 28, 
1774, d. Sept. 2, 1777 ; (293) Sarah, 2d, b. June 28, 1779, m. and d. April 23, 
1850; (294) Lowley, b. Dec. 16, 1782, m. Stephen Carter, jr., of Walcott, Nov. 
16, 1804, d. Dec. 14, 1861; (295) Rhoda, b. Jan. 4, 1786, d. March 30, 1792; 
(296) Justus L., b. April 29, 1788, m. Sarah Merriman, of Southington, d. AprU 
16, 1812; no issue. 

[135.] ZEBULON* PECK, son of Zebulon,^ removed from 
Bristol, Conn., to Clinton, N. Y., in 1801, and died in Marshall, 
N. Y., January 23, i 820. During his residence in Bristol, he was 
one of the leading public men, and very popular. He was.a Justice 
of the Peace many years, and a member of the Connecticut Legis- 
lature for fourteen sessions. He was a delegate in the Convention 
to act upon the adoption of the United States Constitution, voting 
yea. He was a Deacon of the Congregationalist Church. He was 
three times married; first, to Esther Hart, November 2, 1769; 
second, to Mrs. Mary Watson, June 11, 1778 ; third, to Mrs. Mind- 
well Chubb. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(297) Roxanna, b. April U, 1770, d. Jan. 6, 1849; (298)-Fl8aac, b. Nov. 23, 
1771 ; (299) Beulah, b. March 12, 1774, d. Dec. 1, 1786; (300)+Sllas, b. March 
30, 1776 ; (301)H-Zebulon, b. March 24, 1779 ; (302) Esther, b. AprU 7, 1781, m. 
Salmon Barns, of Bristol, Conn., and d. in Wisconsin, Dec. 1860; (303) Syl- 
via, b. July 23, 1782, d. March 12, 1794; (304) Lorena, b. June 4, 1784, d. Nov. 
1806; (306) H- Anthony, b. March 19, 1786; (306) Beulah, b. March 23, 1789, m. 
Daniel Northrop, March 2, 1815, and d. at Fayette viUe, Onondaga County, 
N. Y., Nov. 10, 1865, leaving chUdren and grandchildren. 
32*. 



S78 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

[136.] ABEL* PECK, son of Zebulon/ married Abigail Gaj- 
lord, of Bristol, Feb. 11, 1768. He was drafted in the war of tiie 
Revolution, and died on his way home from Valley Forge, January 
26, 1778. His widow married Deacon James Wells, of Ncwington, 
September 4, 1785. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

(807)+Samuel, b. Jan. 5, 1769; (308) Candace, b. Jan. 16, 1771, m. Jonathan 
Stodard, and d. in 1826; (309) Abel, b. Jan. 12, 1774, m. Huldah Abernethy, 
(310) Abigail, b. May 13, 1776, m. Timothy Stedman. 

[137.] DAVID* FECK, son of ZEBtTLON,^ settled in Southing- 
ton, where he became a prominent man, holding various public 
offices. He married Huldah Coggswell. He died September 30, 
1821. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(811) Mary, b. Jan. 25, 1773, d. Not. 12, 1849; (312) Huldah, b. July 8, 1775, 
m. Riley Smith, of Southington, d. March 10, 1838 ; (313) Asahel, b. July 19, 
1777, m. Diadema Dunham, of SoQthington, d. Jan. 18, 1856. She died Jan. 
14, 1849; (814) Seth, b. July 7, 1781, m. Salome Lewis, of Walcot, Conn., and 
resided in Southington, where he d. March 29, 1843 ; she d. April 15, 1853 ; no 
issue; (315) Sally, b. Oct. 2, 1783, m. S. Judd, d. July 14, 1824; (316) Oren, b. 
Aug. 2G, 1785, m. Ann Seward, d. March 11, 1852; she Jan. 18, 1853; no issue; 
(317) Phila, b. Aug. 31, 1787, m. Edward Converse, Dec. 4, 1811 ; (318) Lcui- 
na, b. May 13, 1790, m. Joel Carriiigton, d. May 5, 1847. 

[138.] LAilEXT^ PECK, son of Zebulon,^ resided in Bristol, 
wliere he died, May 5, 1823. He held various town and church 
offices. He married Rachel Tracy. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

(319) Sally, b. Feb. 7, 1784, m. Capt. A. BunneH, of Plymouth, Oct. 3, 1822, 
he d. July 20, 1860; she survived him, and was residing in Bristol in 1865; no 
issue; (320)-f-Tracy, b. April 5^1785; (321)-fRichard, b. Dec. 15, 1786; (322) 
Susannah, b. Aug. 31, 1788, m. Sylvester Rich, Jan. 5, 1812, and was residing 
in Croton, N. Y., in 1865; (323) an infant, b. Sept. 21, 1790, d. Oct. 8, 1790, 
unnamed; (324) Ephroditus, b. Oct. 26, 1791, d. in South Carolina, Nov. 16, 
1811, unm.; (325)4-Nehemiah, b. Sept. 26, 1793; (326)H-Neuman, b. Nov. 25, 
1795 ; (327) Rachel, b. Dec. 25, 1797, ra. Israel Russell ; he d. in 1851 ; she was 
residing in Cromwell, Conn., a widow, in 1865 ; (328) James G., b. June 24, 1800, 
ra. first, Marcia Crane, Jan. 1, 1840 ; second, Sarah Smith ; and was residing 
upon the old homestead in 1865, and has had two children : (329) James G.,'' 
b. Sept. 29, 1840, d. July 11, 1844; and (330) Mary E,,'' b. March 10, 1844; was 
residing at home in 1865. 



DESCENDANTS OP DEACON PAUL PECK. 379 

[139.] JOSIAH^ PECK, son of Zebulon,* married Jemima 
Rogers, January 26, 1782. He died April 26, 1811. His wife 
died August 30, 1850. They were buried in the South burial- 
ground, at Bristol, where their tombstones may still be seen. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

(331) Isabinda, b. Jan. 5, 1782. m. Miles Lewis, of Bristol, Nov. 26, 1801, d. 
April 20, 1847; no issue; (332)-f-Wooster, b. March 7, 1784; (333) Mary, b. in 
1786, m. Sylvester Woodruff, of Southington, Conn., Jan. 1, 1806, d. May 23, 
1810; (334) Catharine, b. Oct. 12, 1788, m. Ellas Foot; settled in New York 
City, where she d. Dec. 16, 1858, leaving children ; (336) Lyman, b. in 1790, d. 
April 4, 1794; (336) Uarry, b. in 1795, d. at Buffalo, N. Y., in 1814, a soldier 
in the United States army; (337) Fanny, b. May 25, 1801, m. Noble Jerome, 
Dec. 11, 1823; was residing in Waterbury, Conn., a widow, in 1865; (338) Al- 
mlra, b. Aug. 4, 1798, d. Nov. 19, 1844 ; (339) an infant, b. AprU 4, 1804, Uved 
but a few days. 

[141.] A-ViOS* PECK,' son of Amos,* married Anna Scoville, 
December 4, 1781. He died March 18, 1826. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

(840) Polly, b. Sept. 29, 1782, m. Dr. Josiah M. Ward, Oct. 10, 1816, d. in 
Berlin, May 20, 1853; (341) Nancy, b. Nov. 7, 1784, m. William Dunham, Feb. 
27, 1812, d. in Berlin, April 16, 1853; (342) Desire, b. Oct. 29, 1786; (343^ 
Noah, b. in 1788, m. MlUlcent Oliver, d. in New Orleans, May 1826, leaving a 
family in Tennessee; (344) Norman, b. Feb. 16, 1791, m. Mary E. Uibbard, of 
England, Oct. 4, 1823, d. in Berlin, Sept. 13, 1861 ; (345) Mathew, b. Aug. 3, 
1793, m. Sarah Ellsworth, Oct. 13, 1824, d. June 6, 1834; (346) Norris, b. Dec. 
9, 1795, m. Eliza Langdon, and settled in Berlin ; (347) Lucy, b. July 19, 1798, 
d. April 23, 1832, unm. 

[145.] LEMUEL^ PECK, son of Amos,^ married Lydia Dick- 
inson. Ho died in Berlin, February 22, 1821 ; she died April 15, 
1826. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(348)+Seldon, b. Jan. 25, 1794; (349) Harriet, b. Feb. 14, 1796, d. Nov. 11, 
1828 ; (860)+Sherman, b. Dec. 28, 1800. 

[147.] ASA* PECK, son of Elisha,^ left Berlin about 1784, 
and settled in Litchfield. He died at South Farms in 1818. He 
volunteered in the war of the Revolution during one of the alarms, 
and was in the service for some time. He married Hannah Far- 
nnm, June 15, 1786. 



380 PECK GENEALOGY. — APPENDDL 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(351) John M., his only child, was b. in Litchfield, Conn., Oct, 31, 1789. He 
became a distinguished Baptist clergyman. He was ordained to the Ministry 
in 1813, and became Pastor of the church at Amenia, Dutchess Co., K. T., in 
1814. In 1817, he was appointed a Missionary, under the Baptist Genenl 
Convention, and moved to St. Louis. He afterwards settled at Rock Spring, 
111., where he died, March 15, 1858. He was mainly instrumental in establish- 
ing the Theological Seminary there. ShurtleflTs College, at Upper Alton, 
was established through his instrumentality. Harvard College conferred the 
degree of D. D. upon him in 1852. 

His wife, before marriage, was Sally Paine. She died Oct. 24, 1856. His 
children were : (352) Eli P.,'' b. July 28, 1810; (353) Hannah^'' b. June 10, 
1812; (354) Harvey J.,'' b. Sept. 28, 1814; (355) Waiiam C.,' b. Feb. 11, 1818; 
(356) Mary Ann,"^ b. Sept. 18, 1820 ; (357) WiUiam S.,'' b. Nov. 13, 1823 ; (358) 
John Q. -4.,' b. Aug. 27, 1825; a «on,' b. Dec. 10, 1827, d. in infancy. 

[148.] ARIEL* PECK, son of Elisha,* after the war of the 
Revolution, in which he served, settled in Montgomery County, and 

died at EUesburgh, JeflFerson County, N. Y. He married 

Higby. 

CHILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION: 

(359) Lucy, m. Isaiah Byington, and settled in Stockbridge, Mass. ; (360)+ 
Lumon, b. May 7, 1769 ; (361)+Elisha, b. March 7, 1774 ; and (362) Sarah, who 
was twice married : first, to John Hall ; second, to a Mr. Benedict. 

[149.] ELISHA^ PECK, son of Elisha,^ settled in Lenox, 
Mass., where he lived and died. He married Lucretia Patterson. 

CUILDREN — SIXTH GENERATION : 

(363) John, b. March 7, 1779, and d. Feb. 1851, leaving three sons and one 
daughter; (364) Jabez, b. Nov. 2, 1780, to whom I am indebted for my infor- 
mation, was residing in Lenox, Mass., in 1866.* (365) His son Henry M. 
Peck, resides at Haverstraw, N. Y., w^here he has an extensive brick manu- 
factory ; (366) Betsey, b. Oct. 27, 1782, m. a Mr. Judd, and d. in Lenox, leav- 
ing children ; (367) Oliver, b. Aug. 22, 1786, and d. in Lenox, in 1856, leaving 
two sons and one daughter; (368) Elisha, b. March 4, 1789; was of the firm 
of rhelps, reck & Co., extensive importers and manufacturers of copper, tin 
and sheet iron ware, in New York, where he died in 1851, leaving children; 
(369) Elijah, b. Oct. 1, 1791, settled in Lenox, and has two sous and one daugh- 
ter; (370) Roxanna, b. Jan. 16, 1796, resided in Lenox, where she d. in lt>32, 
leaving one son; (371) Lura, b. in 1801, m. a Mr. Phelps, of Lenox, and had 
two daughters. 



♦ Died March 10, 1867. 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK. 381 

[239.] ALFRED^ PECK, son of Philo,* lived and died in 
Litchfield, upon the ancestral homestead. He married Susan 
Baldwin, of Litchfield. 

CHILDBEN — SEVKNTH GKNKRATION : 

(872) James B., b. Jan. 28, 1808, m. Amanda Kibbon. His children were : (872) 
mien A.*; and (874) Walter JSr.** —(376) Walter, b. Jan. 10, 1810, d. Nov. 8, 
1834; (876) Edmond, b. June 5, 1812, d. AprU 10, 1844, nnm. ; (877) Alvin, b. 
Feb. 16, 1816, d. Feb. 9, 1888, unm.; (378) WiUlam G., b. Oct. 16, 1820; he is 
a professor in Columbia College, N. T. ; he married, first, Elizabeth M. Davis, 
second, Ida Dayton* His children are: (379) Henry S,^; (380) Guy 2>."; 
and (881) Ida J* — (882) Andrew, b. AprU 14, 1824, d. Nov. 22, 1847, unm. 

[250.] Judge WILLIiM V.« PECK, son of Virgil,* was 
residing at Portsmouth, Ohio, in 1865, where he has been one ot 
the Judges of the Supreme Court. To his kindness, I am indebted 
for letters of interest in relation to his branch of the name. He is 
a descendant from Deacon Paul Peck, both on his father's and 
mother's side, his great-great paternal grandfather and his great- 
great-great maternal grandfather being one and the same person. 
He married Mary Ann Cook, July 8, 1830. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(888) Mary C, b. Jan. 29, 1882, m. L. C. Damarin, Dec. 27, 1852 ; (884) WiUiam 
v., b. Dec. 2, 1886, m. Harriet E. McColllster, April 1858. His children in 
1866 were : (385) William F.,* b. March 9, 1859 ; (386) Mary Ann,* b. Aug. 18, 
1861; (887) and Heleny* b. Aug. 16, 1863; John H., b. Aug. 11, 1842; £Uen L., 
b. Dec. 80, 1846. There were other children who died young. 

[266.] Deacon SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Samuel,* resided in 
Berlin, where he was a deacon of the Congregationalist Church. He 
married Polly M. Upson, November 27, 1794. She was born July 

13, 1776, and died December 15, 1853; ho died March 19, 1833. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(888) Warren, b. July 4, 1796, d. Nov. 27, 1802 ; (889) Samuel H., b. Dec. 

14, 1798, d. in New Orleans, Sept. 12, 1862. He married, first, Sarah Ann de 
Pate; second, Maryette KeUog. His children were : (390) Samuel JZ"; (891) 
William H.* ; (892) Marcus Af.»; (398) Ossian Q* ; (394) Leroy 3f.^• (396) 
Menu F."/ (896) Milton A.*; (397) DeWiU C"; (898) ManusK.*; (899) An- 
ihonyA.*; and Auffustut.* —(400) RusseU U., b. April 28, 1804, resides in 
SoQthington, Conn. He married, first, Lydia Botsford ; second, Susan Cur- 
tis ; third, Eunice C.Woodruff. His chUdren are: (401) Oeorge J?."; (402) 
Sarah Ann* ; (408) Samuel H* ; (404) Betsey X." ; (406) Susan Amelia* ; (406) 
Celinda A.* and (407) Susan A.,* troins. — (408) Henry P., b. Aug. 6, 1812; 
(409) SaUy M., b. Sept. 14, 1814. 



382 

[266.] EDWAED* PECK^ son of Samuel,* resided in Berfiii, 
where be died. March 11, 1^34. He was a joiner and earpenUr 
br trade. He was twice married ; 1st to Sarah Langdon, Ifirdi 
23, 1802 ; 2d, to Pollj Williams, Aogost 8, 1816. 

mo: Wmrren: ^411) Anb^: (412; Ererfin: C413^ Akfia, b. Dec 1», ISIT; 
m. l5t. Jaoe £. Webster: 2d, EUzabetb W. Stewart, resides in 3f cndes. Con. 
His chfldren are: ''414;, Emma EJ : ^415} ^n^wla^*: (416; <rrac« u4-»; 'IIP 
Ckarisa A.*; and Ml*y CariUm C. IT* — 419) Coroelins W., b. Fth. 22, l?dX 
m. Lacy Ann Hale. March 22, l&4^r and re«>ides in Berlin. Conn. His dukirea 
are: (420> ElUn M*; and ^421) Edward J.* —(422^ JebieC b. Oct. 5,1^; 
(423; Edward A., b. 3larch 2, 1829. 

[277] WARREX* PECK, son of Abuah* resided in Loet 
N. Y., where he died, Februarr 2, 1 836. He was three times mar- 
ried ; Ist, to Abigail Owen; 2d, to Boxy Standish; 3d, to Hannah 
Pearsons. 

CHIIJ>REX — ftEIEAlU GEXEKATIOX: 

(424; Fhjlinda, b. Aug. 15, 1806, m. Stephen Birdsell, and d. ICarcfa 15. 1S43; 
(425y Joseph L., b. April 18, 1809, to whom I am indebted for my information, 
resides in Locit, N. T. He m. Mary Jones, Oct. 28, 1832, and has two sons: 
(426) Charies,* b. Feb. 20, 1836; and (427) C&rfdon*b. Oct. 6. 1838. — <42&) 
Susannah, b. Feb. 22, 1814; (429) Warren, b. May 15, 1616, m. Mary BirdseU; 
has two children: (430^ George FT.'; and ''431) Carrie.'— {432; Caroline Matil- 
da, b. Nov. 9, 1?>1^. 

[284.] EVERARD^ PECK, son of Jesse,^ resided at Roches- 
ter, X. Y., where he died, February 9, 185-L He was editor and 
proprietor of the Rochester Telegraph, He married^ 1st, Chloe 
Porter; 2d, Martha Farlee; 3d, Mrs. Alice Walker (widow). 

CHILDREN — SEV^Sm GEXKRATIOX : 

(433) Xorraan, d. June 1849, leaving one son : (434) B^njamin,^ who was 
residing at Springfield, Mass., in 18G6. — (4S5) Emily, m. Horace Turner, d. Nor. 
29, 1856 ; (43C) Charles, d. Aug. 12, 1857 ; (437) Henry, was residing at Oberlin, 
Ohio, in 1863; (438) William F.; and (439) Edward W., at Rochester. 

[285.] HEXRY« PECK, son of Jesse,^ settled at New Haven, 
Conn., where he died, March 1, 1867. He was Mayor of the city 
for several years. He married Jerusha Clark, of Hartford. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERAnON : 

(440) Horace C, b. Jan. 10, 1820; (441) Henry J., b. July 10, 1822, d. Sept 
8, 1822; (442) Emily C, b. Jan. 16, 1824, d. Sept. 4, 1824: (443) Henry, b. 
Aug. 31, 1827 ; (444) William C, b. Oct. 23, 1830 ; (445) Lorenzo B., b. Dec. 24, 
1835. 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK. ' 383 

[286.] JESSE® PECK, son of Jesse * resides in New Haven. 
He was bred a printer, which occupation he followed for many 
years. He was subseqently Clerk of the Probate Court, Justice of 
the Peace, and Public Notary for several years ; also. Surveyor of 
Customs, and since. Inspector and Clerk of the Customs, which last 
position he was occupying in 1867. He married Evelina Hayes, 
daughter of Col. Stephen Hayes, of Newark, N. J. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(446) Everard,b. Feb. 24, 1836, d. July 24, 1836; (447) Eveline H., b. July 
29, 1838, d. Nov. 24, 1851 ; (448) Everard H., b. Nov. 7, 1845. He entered the 
army in* 1864, in the Ist Connecticut Cavalry, and served under General Sher- 
idan, and was honorably discharged at the close of the war. 

[288J ELISHA^ PECK, son of Justus,^ left Connecticut in 
1817, and settled ia New Berlin, N. Y., where he resided about ten 
years. From there he removed to Howard, Steuben County, N. Y., 
where he died, February 28, 1843. He married Huldah Ford, No- 
vember 24, 1785. 

CHILI>REN — SSVENTH GENERATION: 

(449) Moses, settled at Fabius, Onondaga County, N. T., where he died. 
Bis widow was residing at Apulia, in 1866. His chlldl-en were : (450) Eliaha,* 
of Apulia; (461) William M.,'^ of Fabius; (462) Eliza,* who m. John R. Rob- 
ertson; (463) Lucia*; (464) Harriet and (466) Mary,* -—(466) James, d. 
leaving children. His son, Luciusy* a physician, was residing at Java, N. Y., 
in 1866. —(467) Justus, settled in New Berlin, N. Y., and from there removed 
to Ohio, and was residing at Richmond Centre in 1866. His children are : 

(468) Huldah*; (469) Edwin 0*; (460) James W* ; and (461) Austin* —The 
children of Edwin O. are : (462) Sarah A* ; (463) Edwin 0* ; (464) DaHu9 
B*; ii66) Lemuel A* ; {iSS) Justus L* ; (467) Milo C* ; (468) Luella jB.%- 

(469) Charlie E* ; (470) Archie* ; and (471) Dudley A* —The children of James 
W. are: (472) Janett^; U7S)MaryJ*; (474) Aurilla* ; (476) James W.* ; (476) 
Cynthia* ; (477) Huldah L* ; (478) Estella* ; and Verona* —(479) WiUiam 
was residing at Wallace Station, N. Y., in 1864 ; (480) Polly, m. Augustus Sl- 
monds; (481) Marcus, was residing at Goshen, Ind., in 1866. His children 
are: (482) Almira* ; (483) Ripley C.,* of Chohocton, N. Y.; (484) Adaline* ; 
(486) David S,* of Goshen, Ind.; (486) Eunice^ ; (487) Marcus A.,* of Goshen; 
(488) Hester M*; and (489) George X,« also of Goshen. —(490) EUshaA., 
m. En^ily Westcott, and d. about 1834 ; (,491) Henry A.,* his only son, was 
residing at Baraboo, Wis., in 1864.* —(492) Austin J., m. the widow of Elisha 
A. She d. in 1862. He was residing in 1864 at Leoni, Mich., with his daugh- 
ter, Mrs. C. M. Dipple. 



* He died, June 27, 1867, in the 37th year of his age. His children are 
Cora, Randall, and Jay Irwin. 



384 PBCK QEinSlLOGr. — appeenddl 

[298.] ISAACS PECK, son of ZebuloN;' married Laena Can- 
dee, February 12, 1800, and died in Marshall, N. Y., April 30, 
1851. 

fiiTTT.nniew — mev knth oknbratION: 

(498) Eliza, b. Dec. 12, 1800, m. Chester Gaylord, May 22, 1833, and was 
residing In Marshall, N. Y., In 1865; (494) Almlra, b. Jan. 18, 1803, m. David 
Barton, Jan. 17, 1820 ; (495) John C, b. Not. 8, 1805, m. Anna Whitney, Oct. 12, 
1823, d. Feb. 14, 1865 ; (496) George B., b. Not. 22, 1807, m. CharloUe Lnm- 
bard, March 16, 1831, for his first wife, and Harriet Buckingham, Feb. 18, 
1852, for his second. His children are : (497) Almircfi; (498) CharloUe^; and 
(499) DuHght B.* — (500) Mary, b. May 10, 1810, m. Frederick B. Nichols, Sept. 
26, 1832, d. Not. 26, 1833; (501) James I., b. June 29, 1812, m. Loaisa Atkin- 
son. His children are : (502) CharloUef^; (503) John,* who d. in the army; 
(504)" Wayne^; (505) Mark^ ; (506) Edward^; and (507) Isaac,* who d. young. 

— (508) Harriet B., b. Aug. 15, 1815, m. John Dean, Oct. 10, 1838. He held 
an office in the Treasury Department at Washington, where he died Oct. 16, 
1863. 

[3(X).] SILAS® PECK, son of Zebulon,* was twice married: 
first, to Betsey Chnbb, January 23, 1800; and second, to Mrs. 
Mary Coe, March 24, 1807. He died October 31, 1839. 

CffTT.T>'RKN — SETXNTH OENKRATION: 

(509) Edward, b. in 1801, m. first, Mary Eastman; second, AlTira Page; d. 
in 1837. His chUdren are : (610) Esther L*; (511) John E* ; and (512) Sarah* 

— (513) Betsey L., b. in 1803, d. In 1818; (514) Amzl C, b. in 1808, m. Mar- 
garet Lumbard in 1833. His children were : (615) Edward; and (516) Ade- 
laide; and three who d. young, — (517) Lydla A., b. in 1810, m. S. A. Hitch- 
cock; (618) Sarah P., b. In 1813, m. Thomas Murry; (519) Esther II., b. In 
1816, m. Charles Trobridge; (520) George A., b. in 1820, m. Edith M. Brown. 
His children are : (521) Hugh T* ; (622) UeUn M* ; (523) Julia A* ,' (524) Willis 
P.*; (525) Fred C* ; and one d. In Infancy. He resides upon the homestead. 

[301.] ZEBULON« PECK, son of Zebulon,* married Susan 
Bartholomew, March 31, 1807, and died in Deansville, Oneida 
County, N. Y., November 15, 1865. 

CmLDREX — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(626) Caroline S., b. Feb. 5, 1808, d. Nov. 21, 1812; (527) Mary Ann, b. 
June 8, 1809, d. Nov. 24. 1812; (528) Evallne, b. July 12, 1811, d. Feb. 23, 1840; 
(529) Susan B., b. Sept. 21. 1813; (530) Charles B., b. July 8, 1815, m. Lucina 
Miner, d. March 26, 1867. His children are : (531) Lucy 3r..» b. Nov. 4, 1839; 
(532) Susan J,* b. March 16, 1843 ; (533) Eva E* b. July 25, 1845 ; (534) 
Franklin J.* b. Aug. 11, 1865. — (535) Mary Ann, b. April 15, 1821 ; (536) 
Hawley Z., b. Jan. 5, 1824, m. Sarah A. Stone, Oct. 31, 1854, and was residing 
in DeansviUe, N. Y., in 1864. His children are: (537) Charles* b. Sept. 26, 
1857; C538) Ella A.,* b. Dec. 18, 1862. 



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DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK. 385 

[305.] ANTHONY® PECK, son of Zebulon,^ was twice mar- 
ried: first, to Mary Greenlist, April 5, 1814; second, to Cynthia 
Moor, February 26, 1829. He died at Marshall, April 19, 1845. 

CHILDR1CN — SBVSNTH OKNERATION : 

(539) Mary, m. Ansel D. Hancheet, and was residing in Marshall, N. Y., in 
1865 ; (540) Malissa, m. Warren Kellogg, and was residing at Chittenango in 
1866 ; (641) Anthony, m. Delia E. Gates. His children in 1866 were : (642) 
Anthofij/^ ; and (^643) Edvsard 8,^ — (644) Maria, m. John B. Barton, and was 
residing in Rome in 1865 ; (646) William, m. Lydia Moor. He enlisted in the 
7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, and d. of a woand received during a charge into 
Shelbyville, Tenn. He held a lieutenant's commission. He left two children : 
(646) Minnie*; and (647) Willie.* —(648) DeWitt C, m. Mary Barton, and 
was residing at Mexico, N. Y., in 1865. He is a lawyer. His children were : 
(549) Fayette H,* ; and (550) Carrie A* —(551) Fayette, m. Clara M. Norton, 
and was residing at Marshall, N. Y., upon the homestead, in 1864, and had one 
child : Helen N,* — (552) Juliette, d. young; (653) Harriet N., was residing at 
home in 1864 unm. 

[307.] SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Abel,« settled in Bristol, 
where he died April 1, 1826. He married Hannah Manross, June 
9, 1791. She died May 5, 1855. 

CiniJ)REN — SRVKNTH GENKRATION : 

(564) Sylvester, b. in Bristol, Conn., Aug. 12, 1794, m. Miss Fanny Roberts, 
of Bristol, May 28, 1818. She wasb. Sept. 24, 1792. He resided in West Haven, 
Conn. He was a man much respected in the community in which he resided ; 
kind and obliging ; honorable in his dealings ; whose word and promise were 
held inviolate. He was a man of talents, fond of reading, and conversant 
with the passing events of the day. He had travelled through many of the 
States, and become well acquainted with human nature. To him I am 
indebted for his kindness, and the interest he took in the history of his branch 
of the name. He d. at West Haven, May 11, 1868. His widow, an amiable 
and Intelligent lady, still resides there. His children are : (555) LaFayette M,,* 
b. Jan. 22, 1822, d. July 18, 1830; (556) Sylvester B.* b. Jan. 25, 1827, d. Aug. 
27, 1828 ; (557) Mary Jane,* b. Feb. 10, 1829, m. Charles N. Shnmway, of 
Oxford, N. Y. • They reside in the town of Phelps, where she is much 
respected by her friends and acquaintances. They have one child : Fannie 
Gertrude.^ —(568) Angeline C.y* b. Feb. 13, 1832, d. June 21, 1856. She was, I 
am told, possessed of fine talents, and pleasing in her appearance and manner. 
(669) Helen Sophie,* b. July 19, 1834. She Is a lady weU educated, and from 
her correspondence seems possessed of an excellent mind, cultivated and 
refined. She is an admirer of the fine arts, poetry, music, painting^ etc., in 
some of which she is said to excel ; an. excellent and chaste writer, and I am 
told an occasional contributor of a poem to some of the magazines and papers. 
— (560) Emily, b. AprU 21, 1797, d. April 3, 1803; (561) Angeline, b. May 28j 
1799, m. Oren Ives, Dec. 23, 1824 ; (562) Samuel, b. May 3, 1803, m. Harriet 

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386 PECK . GENEALOGY. — APPENDIX. 

Bartholomew, March 14, 1827, and settled In Virginia; (563) Emily, b. March 
9, 1805, m. Anson Beckwith, July 25, 1825, d. July 16, 1861 ; (564) Abel G., b. 
Jan. 8, 1807, m. first, Lydia H. Read ; second, Eliza Ann Boles. He was resid- 
ing in Boston in 1864. His children were : (565) Morgianna L.^ ; (566) Penit 
A,""; (567) Waiiam*; (568) Angie Jlf.»; and (569) John,"" who d. in infancy. - 
(570) William, b. Dec. 27, 1809, d. in Boston, Sept. 12, 1846; no issue. 

[320.] JUDGE TRACY® PECK, son of Lament,* resided in 
Bristol, Conn. He was for many years a prominent public man. 
He was repeatedly a member of both branches of the Connecticut 
Legislature ; was several years Judge of Probate, Justice of the 
Peace, Canal Commissioner, County Surveyor, etc., and without 
intermission for more than half a century held different and impor- 
tant offices in the town. He was much interested in the genealogy 
and history of his branch of the name. I called his attention to the 
subject in 1851. I am indebted through the kindness of his daugh- 
ter. Miss Kezia A. Peck, for many facts and much information firom 
his manuscripts since his disease, in relation to his branch. 

He married Sally Adams, of Litchfield, February 3, 1812. He 
died February 12, 1862. 

CUILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION ; 

(571) EpaphrodiUis, b. Nov. 13, 1812. He was the pioneer of the American 
clock business in Europe. He d. in Liverpool, Eng., Sept. 20, 1857; (572) 
Sally H., b. March 17, 1815, d. Dec. 9, 1815; (573) Sarah T., b. Nov. 5, 1816, 
m. Charles E. Smith, of Tlymouth, Sept. 2G, 1839. He d Jan. 9, 1854. She 
was residing in Bristol, a widow, in 1805; (574) Rachel K., b. Sept. 27, 1818, 
m. Charles Bronson, of Waterbury, July 25, 1848, where they were residing 
in 1805; (575) Joseph A., b. Oct. 9, 1820, d. Dec. 4, 1822; (576) an infant, b. 
July 0, 1822, d. July 12, 1822; (577) Joseph A., 2d, b. Feb. 18, 1824, m. Marj' E. 
Thorp, Sept. 1, 1846, and settled in New Haven ; no issue ; (578) Josiah T., b. 
Aug. 3, 1826, m. Ellen L. Barnard, Nov. 23, 1847. He was residing in Bristol 
in 1866, where he was Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue. His chil- 
dren were : (579) Miles L.%- (680) Eliza J.""; (581) Theodore -B.«; (582) Epaph- 
roditus"^; and (583) Edson J/.** —(584) Eliza J., b. Aug. 19, 1828, d. July 17, 
1847 ; (585) Henry A., b. July 26, 1832. He enlisted into the 10th Regiment of 
Connecticut Volunteers, Oct. 1861 ; was promoted, and returned with the regi- 
ment a captain, in 1865. He was in twenty-three battles. (586) Kezia A., b. 
Nov. 25, 1834. She graduated at the State Normal School in 1859. She was 
residing in Bristol in 1865; (587) Tracy, b. May 24, 1838. He graduated at 
Yale College, where he held an honorable position, ranking high as a scholar. 
He afterwards visited Paris, Rome, and Germany, where he completed his 
studies. After his return from Europe, he was offered and accepted a posi- 
tion in Yale College, which he was occupying in 1866. 



BESCENDAl^TS OF DEACON PAUL PECK. 381 

[239.] ALFRED^ PECK, son of Philo,« lived and died in 
Litchfield; upon the ancestral homestead. He married Susan 
Baldwin, of Litchfield. 

CHILDBEN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(372) James B., b. Jan. 28, 1808, m. Amanda Eibbon. His children were : (872) 
Ellen AJ^; and (374) Walter K."^ —(376) Walter, b. Jan. 10, 1810, d. Nov. 8, 
1834; (376) Edmond, b. June 6, 1812, d. April 10, 1844, nnm. ; (377) Alvln, b. 
• Feb. 16, 1816, d. Feb. 9, 1838, unm.; (878) William G., b. Oct. 16, 1820; he Is 
a professor in Colambia College, N. Y. ; he married, first, Elizabeth M. Davis, 
second, Ida Dayton, His children are: (379) Henry S.^; (380) Guy i>.»; 
and (381) Ida ^.?— (382) Andrew, b. April 14, 1824, d. Nov. 22, 1847, unm. 

[260.] Judge WILLIAM V.« PECK, son of Virgil,^ was 
residing at Portsmouth, Ohio, in 1865, where he has been one ot 
the Judges of the Supreme Court. To his kindness, I am indebted 
for letters of interest in relation to his branch of the name. He is 
a descendant from Deacon Paul Peck, both on his father's and 
mother's side, his g^eat-great paternal grandfather and his great- 
great-great maternal grandfather being one and the same person. 
He married Mary Ann Cook, July 8, 1830. 

CHILDBEN— SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(383) Mary C, b. Jan. 29, 1832, m. L. C. Damarin, Dec. 27, 1862 ; (884) William 
v., b. Dec. 2, 1836, m. Harriet E. McCoUister, AprU 1868. His children in 
1865 were : (385) William F.,» b. March 9, 1859 ; (386) Mary Ann,"^ b. Ang. 18, 
1861 ; (387) and ffelen,^ b. Aug. 16, 1863; John H., b. Aug. 11, 1842; EUen L., 
b. Dec. 30, 1846. There were other children who died young. 

[265.] Deacon SAMUEL^ PECK, son of Samuel,* resided in 
Berlin, where he was a deacon of the Congregationalist Church. He 
married Polly M. Upson, November 27, 1794. She was born July 

13, 1776, and died December 15, 1853; he died March 19, 1833. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(888) Warren, b. July 4, 1796, d. Nov. 27, 1802 ; (389) Samuel H., b. Dec. 

14, 1798, d. in New Orleans, Sept. 12, 1862. He married, first, Sarah Ann de 
Pate; second, Maryette KeUog. His children were : (390) Samuel K^; (391) 
William ff*; (892) Marcus Jf.»; (393) Ossian G.*; (394) Leroy Jf.»;(396) 
Menu F.«; (396) Milton A,^; (397) DeWiU C; (398) MariusK*; (399) An- 
thony A.*; and Augustus.^ —(400) RusseU U., b. April 28, 1804, resides in 
Soathington, Conn. He married, first, Lydia Botsford ; second, Susan Cur- 
tis ; third, Eunice C.Woodruff. His chUdren are: (401) George J5.'; (402) 
Sarah Ann*; (408) Samuel H* ; (404) Betsey L*; (406) Susan Amelia*; (406) 
Celinda A.* and (407) Susan A.,* twins. — (408) Henry P., b. Aug. 6, 1812 ; 
(409) SaUy M., b. Sept. 14, 1814. 



M2 

[256.] EOWARD* PECK, sou of Sajtcel,^ readed ia BwGn, 
where he died, March II, l^S4. He waa & jomer and carpenter 
hj trade. He was twice married : Ist to Sarah Langdou, March 
23, 1 802 ; 2d, to PoQy Williams, Angnst », I816. 

CHZLDazsr — aav is uu. OKsmnATuysf: 

r4I0) Warren: ail; AaaJnd: (UT) Everlln; (413) AIifiiL. !i. Dec », I^IT; 
m. I.4t. Jaae E. Wefviter; 2d, Eliaabetli W. Stewart, resides in. Merfdeik Comi. 
Hu» chndren are: aUj ITwuw JB1»; r415) ^/iir«jto^»; (4I«) ^rrfire AJ: ^417) 
€*/fre^^ ^'*,' and ^41.-^; C^triion C, W.^ — /411>) CorneUiis W^ b. Feb* 22^ WaD^ 
BU Ijury Ann Hale, 3€areli 22^ 184^^, and resides in Berlin* Coon. His cliildRA 
are: (420} EUen M.^ ; and (421) E^jbeard J* —(422) JehieC b. Oct 3,1^23; 
(423) Edward A., b, iCarch 2, 132^. 

[277] WARREN* PECK, sou of Abuah.^ resided in Lock, 
N. Y-, where he died, Febmarv 2, 1 836. He was three times mar- 
ried ; lat, to Abigail Owen; 2d, to Roiy Standiah; 3d, to Hannah 
Pearsons. 

CKILDttX3f — SmrmSfTH GEXERATIOV: 

(424) Phjlinda, b. Aag. I», Id06, m. Stephen BirdseO* and d. Mardi 15, 1S43; 
(425; Joseph L., b. April 18, 1809, to whom I am indebted for mj informatioo, 
resides In Loclt, N. Y. He m. Marj Jones, Oct. 28, 1832^ and has two sons: 
(42^) Charles,* b. Feb. 20, 1836; and (427) Cory*>ii,» b. Oct. 6, 1338. — (428) 
Sasannah, b. Feb. 22, 1814; (42*>) Warren, b. May 15, I8I6, m. Mary Birdsell; 
ha.*! two children : (4:30; George. FT." /and (431)Oirrt<f.''— (432) Caroline Matil- 
da, b. Nov. 0, 1818. 

[284.] EVERARD^ PECK, son of JESSi:,^ resided at Roches- 
ter, N. Y., where ho died, FebrDarj- 9, 1854. He was editor and 
proprietor of the Rochester Telegraph, He married, Ist, Chloe 
Porter; 2d, Martha Farlee; 3d, Mrg. Alice Walker (widow). 

CHILDREN' — SlTVTrNTH GEXERATION : 

(433; Norman, d. June 1849, leaving one son : (434) Benjaminj^ who was 
rcsirllng at Sprinj^field, Mass., in 18G6. — (4S5) Emilv, m. Horace Tnmer, d. Nov. 
29, 1856 ; (436) Charles, d. Aug. 12, 1857 ; (437) Henry, was residing at Oberlin, 
Ohio, In 18C3; (438) William F.; and (439) Edward W., at Rochester. 

[285.] HENRY* PECK, son of Jesse,* settled at New Haven, 
Conn., where he died, March 1, 1867. He was Mayor of the city 
for several years. He married Jerusha Clark, of Hartford. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION : 

(440) Horace C, b. Jan. 10, 1820; (441) Henry J., b. July 10, 1822, d. Sept. 
8, 1822; (442) Emily C, b. Jan. 16, 1824, d. Sept. 4, 1824: (443) Henry, b. 
Aug. 31, 1827 ; (444) WlUlam C, b. Oct. 23, 1880 ; (446) Lorenzo B., b. Dec. 24, 
1835. 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK. 383 

[286.] JESSE® PECK, son of Jesse,* resides in New Haven. 
He was bred a printer, which occupation he followed for many 
years. He was subseqently Clerk of the Probate Court, Justice of 
the Peace, and Public Notary for several years ; also, Surveyor of 
Customs, and since. Inspector and Clerk of the Customs, which last 
position he was occupying in 1867. He married Evelina Hayes, 
daughter of Col. Stephen Hayes, of Newark, N. J. 

CHIIJ>REN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(446) Everard,b. Feb. 24, 1836, d. July 24, 1836; (447) Eveline H., b. July 
29, 1888, d. Nov. 24, 1861 ; (448) Everard H., b. Nov. 7, 1845. He entered the 
army in*I864, in the 1st Connecticut Cavalry, and served under General Sher- 
idan, and was honorably discharged at the close of the war. 

[288.] ELISHA^ PECK, son of Justus,* left Connecticut in 
1817, and settled in New Berlin, N. Y., where he resided about ten 
years. Prom there he removed to Howard, Steuben County, N. T., 
where he died, February 28, 1843. He married Huldah Ford, No- 
vember 24, 1785. 

CHILDREN — SEVENTH GENERATION: 

(449) Moses, settled at Fabius, Onondaga County, N. Y., where he died. 
His widow was residing at Apulia, in 1866. His chUdten were : (460) Elisha,^ 
of Apulia; (461) William Jf.,« of Fabius; (462) Eliza,^ who m. John R. Rob- 
ertson; (453) Lucic^; (454) Harriett and (466) Mary.* —(466) James, d. 
leaving children. His son, LuciuSj* a physician, was residing at Java, N. Y., 
in 1866. —(467) Justus, settled in New Berlin, N. Y., and ft-om there removed 
to Ohio, and was residing at Richmond Centre in 1866. His children are : 

(468) HvXdah*; (469) Edwin 0.*/ (460) Jamea W.^ ; and (461) Austin^ —The 
children of Edwin O. are : (462) Sarah A.^; (463) Edmn 0*; (464) DaHug 
B*; iie6) Lemuel A* ; (4ee) Justus L.^ ; (467) MUo C*; (468) Luella M,^; 

(469) Charlie E* ; (470) Archie^ ; and (471 ) Dudley Jl.» —The children of James 
W. are: (472) Janett^ ; (ilS) Mary J.* ; (474) Aurilla*; (476) James W.* ; (476) 
Cynthia^; (477) Huldah L* ; (478) EsUlla* ; and Verona* —(479) William 
was residing at Wallace Station, N. Y., in 1864 ; (480) Polly, m. Augustus Sl- 
monds ; (481) Marcus, was residing at Goshen, Ind., in 1865. His children 
are: (482) Almira"" ; (483) Ripley C.,» of Chohocton, N. Y.; (484) Adaline* ; 
(485) David 8.* of Goshen, Ind.; (486) Eunice*; (487) Marcus A.,* of Goshen; 
(488) Hester M* ; and (489) George A,* aXso of Goshen. —(490) EUshaA., 
m. Enaily Westcott, and d. about 1834; (^491) Henry .4.," his only son, was 
residing at Baraboo, Wis., in 1864.** —(492) Austin J., m. the widow of Elisha 
A. She d. in 1862. He was residing in 1864 at Leoni, Mich., with his daugh- 
ter, Mrs. C. M. Dlpple. 

* He died, June 27, 1867, in the 37th year of his age. His children are 
Cora, Randall, and Jay Irwin. 



390 PECK OENEAliOOT. — APPENDED 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON WILLIAM PECK, 

OP NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. 

The following account of some of the male descendants of Dea- 
con William Peck, of New Haven, Conn., intended to present suf- 
ficient of the genealogy of his descendants to identify and distin- 
guish them from those of other branches of the same patronymic, 
was furnished me by Judge Darius Peck, of Hudson, N. Y. He 
informed me that he was preparing a history of them himself, which 
makes it improper and unnecessary for me to give a more extended 
one. 

[1 .] WHiLIAM PECK was bom in London, England, in 1601. 
His progenitors are unknown. With his wife Elizabeth and his 
then only child Jeremiah, he emigrated to this country in the ship 
" Hector," arriving at Boston, June 26, 1637, in the company of 
Gov. Eaton, Rev. John Davenport, and others, and was one of the 
founders of the New Haven Colony in the spring of 1638. He was 
a merchant by occupation, a man of high standing in the Colony, 
and a deacon of the church in New Haven from 1659 until his 
decease, October 4, 1694, at the advanced age of 93 years. His 
tombstone is still standing in the cemetery of ^ew Haven. 

His sons were : (2) Jeremiah ; (3) John ; and (4) Joseph. 

Jeremiah was the first teacher of the Colony Collegiate School, 
in New Haven, in 1660-1661 ; the first settled minister in Say- 
brook, Conn., in the fall of 1661 ; in Elizabethtown, N. J., in 1669 
or 1670; in Greenwich, Conn., in 1678; and in Waterbury, Conn., 
in 1690, where he died, June 7, 1699, in his 77th year. 

[3.] John settled in Wallingford, Conn., in 1672, and died 
there in 1724, aged 86 years. 

[4.] Joseph settled about 1662, in Lyme, Conn., where he was 
a Justice of the Peace and Deacon of the Church, and died in 1718, 
in the 78th year of his age. 



392 PECK OENEALOOT. — APPENDIX. 

son of Samuel, jr., had four -sons bom in Greenwich from 1742 to 
1758, viz: (24) John, jr.; (25) Heath; (26) Nathan; and (27) 
Abijah. John, jr., was a soldier in the French war until the peace 
of 1763, acnd died in Smyrna, N. Y., in 1819,aged 77. Heath and 
Nathan died while in service, during the Revolutionary war, through 
which Abijah also served as a soldier, and afterwards became a 
Baptist minister in Clifton Park, N. Y., where he died in 1848, in 
the 91st year of his age. His son (28) Abijah, jr., was, in 1841, 
a member of the Legislature of the State of New York. Another 
son, (29) Solomon C, and a grandson (30) John, are living in Clif- 
ton Park, N. Y. (31) Nathan, and (32) John, sons of John, jr., 
were Baptist ministers. The latter was somewhat distinguished as 
such, and died in 1849, in the 70th year of his age. His three 
sons: (33) Darius, (34) Philetus B., and (35) Linus M., were 
liberally educated, the first being a lawyer, residing in Hudson, N. 
Y., and the last two Baptist ministers, who died in early life in 
1847. Another son of John, jr., (36) Stephen N., resides in Solon, 
N. Y., in the 89th year of his age. 

[16.] Nathaniel was for several years a Justice of the Peace, 
in Greenwich, Conn., where he died, in 1765, aged 68 years. 
His grandson, (37) Jonathan Richard, settled in Flushing, Long 
Island, N. Y., in 1790, and became the progenitor of the numer- 
ous families of his surname in that locality. He was a man of 
great sagacity and enterprise, and died there in 1822, aged 54 
years. His son (38) Richard was an Episcopal clergyman, in 
Sheldon, Vt., where he died in 1846, aged 46 years. His grand- 
son, George W., resides in New York City. (39) George W., 
son of (40) "Walter, who was the great-grandson of the above- 
named Nathaniel, has been a member of Congress from the State 
of Michigan^ and resides in Lansing, in that State. 

[17.] TJieophilus had a grandson (41) David, who was a 
Baptist minister in Greenwich, and died there in 1835, aged 81 
years. His grandson (42) David graduated at Yale College, 
in 1849; is a Congregational minister, and resides in Barre, 
Mass. (43) Isaac, another grandson of Theophilus, was a mem- 
ber of the Legislature of Connecticut ; resided at Round Hill, in 
Greenwich, Conn., and died there in 1860, aged 83 years. Hia 
only son (44) Isaac, a graduate of Yale College, in 1821, is an 



394 PSCK OENEALOGT. — APPENDIX. 

of Connecticut. Many of his descendants reside in East Bloom- 
field, and in the State of Michigan. 

[65.] Samuel, jr., settled in Wallingford, Conn., and died 
there in 1815, aged 81 years. He had sons: (65) Theophilus; 
(66) Samuel; (67) John; (68) Isaac; and (69) Amos, bom 
there from 1764 to 1777. 

Theophilus and Samuel in 1789, and Amos a few years later, 
emigrated from Wallingford to Lexington (now Jewett), N* Y., 
where Theophilus died in 1839, aged 75; Samuel in 1834, and 
Amos in 1845, each aged 68 years. The descendants of these 
three brothers are very numerous there, and in other parts of the 
country. Theophilus had a son (70) Charles, who died there in 
1866, in the 77th year of his age, leaving a son (71) Alfred, who 
is postmaster in Jewett, N. Y. John lived in Farmington, Conn^ 
and died there in 1811, aged 42. Two of his six sons, (72) Ira 
and (73) Chauncey, are living, the former in Hartford, Conn., and 
the latter in Windham, N. Y. (74) Henry K., a son of the former, 
resides in New York City. Isaac lived on the old homestead of 
his ancestors, in Wallingford, and died there in 1847, aged 76 
years. His sons (75) Samuel and (76) Joel reside in Walling- 
ford. 

[56.] Charles died at West Point, N. Y., in 1780, while in ac- 
tive service in the Revolutionary army, aged 44 years. His sons 
who survived infancy were: (77) Jehiel; (78) Jesse; (79) Ben- 
jamin; (80) Charles, jr. ; (81) Joel; and (82) John, born from 
1757 to 1780. Jehiel and Benjamin were both in the Revolution- 
ary army; the former died in Rockville, Md., about 1830, aged 73 
years, and the latter in Fall River, Mass., in 1854, aged 84 years. 
Jesse died in Farmington, Ohio, in 1832, aged 71 years. Charles, 
jr., died in Shaftsbury, Vt., in 1857, aged 85 years. Joel died in 
Scott, N. Y., in 1851, aged 77 years, and John is said to be living 
in Bristol, Conn., aged 86 years. 

[57^] Jesse was unmarried, and died at Lake George, N. Y., 
in 1758, while a soldier in the French war. 

[58.] iViVAo/tt5 lived in Wallingford, and died there in 1821, 
aged 77 years. His son (83) Jesse S. died in Buffalo, N. Y., in 
1845, aged 76 years, where liis son, (84) Jesse, now resides. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOSEPH PECK. 395 

[50.] Joel settled in Farmington, Conn., where he died in 1842, 
aged 92 years. His only son (85) Jesse resided and died there 
in 1856, aged 78 years. His only grandson, (86) Joel, and his 
only great-grandson, (87) Joel W., resided there in 1865. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, SON OF DEACON 

Wn^LIAM PECK. 

The male descendants of Joseph Peck are far more numerous 
and widely extended than those of his brothers John and Jeremiah. 
On and soon after the close of the Revolutionary war, many of them 
migrated in almost every direction from the home of their common 
ancestor. 

[4,] JOSEPH had only two sons who survived infancy: (88) 
Samuel, and (89) Joseph J. The sons of Samtiel were : (90) Sam- 
uel, jr.; (91) William; (92) Benjamin; (93) Elijah; (94) Jede- 
diah; (95) Daniel; and (96) Silas, all bom in Lyme, Conn., from 
1707 to 1724. The sons of Joseph Jr,f who survived infancy, were : 
(97) Jasper; (98) John; (99) David; and (100) Nathaniel. 
The sons of Samuel and Joseph, jr., all died in Lyme. (101) 
Richard, a grandson of Samuel, jr., and, soon after, his brother 
(102) Jason, emigrated from Lyme and settled in Lexington, N. Y., 
or its immediate neighborhood. The former died in Durham, 
N. Y., in 1837, aged 84 years, and the latter in Reading, N. 
Y., in 1845, aged about 77 years. Another brother, (103; Ab- 
ner, settled in Shelburne, Mass., where he died in 1842, aged 
82 years. (104) Jedediah and (105) Elisha, sons of the above- 
named (93) Elijah, emigrated from Lyme, the former in 1790, 
the latter about 1800, and settled in Burlington, Otsego County, 
N. Y. The former was a man of great native ability and in- 
fluence. For ten consecutive years he was a member of the 
Legislature of the State of New York, six years in the Assem- 
bly, and four years in the Senate, and for many years a County 
Judge of Otsego County, N. Y. He died in 1821, aged 73 
years. (106) Jasper J., a son of (97) Jasper above-named, was 
a military officer in the French war, and also in service in the 



396 PECK GENEALOOT. — APPENDIX. 

Revolutionary war, and died in Lyme, in 1821, aged 84 years. 
His son (107) Richard S. was a physician, and died in Ghat- 
ham, N. Y., in 1827, where his son (108) Oliver J., a physi- 
cian, now resides. (109) Oliver, a grandson of Jasper, jr., ia 
a ph3'sician in Sheffield, Mass. (110) Reynold, jr., a grandson of 
Jasper, jr., was a member of the Legislature of the State of New 
York, in 1840, from Ontario County. Several of the descend- 
ants of Jasper, jr., and of his brother (111) Reynold, settled 
in West Bloomfield, N. Y., and its vicinity. (112) Charles L, 
a grandson of (98) John, resided in Lyme, Conn., on the home- 
stead of the ancestor Joseph, two centuries ago. (113) William, a 
son of (100) Nathaniel, graduated at Yale College, in 1775. He 
soon after entered the Revolutionary army, in which he held the 
rank of Colonel, and served until October 1781. He was U. S. 
Marshal, of Rhode Island, from 1790 for about twenty years. 
He resided in Providence, R. L, where he died in 1832, in the 
76th year of his age, leaving no male descendants. (114) Mather, 
jr., (115) David H., and (116) Richard, grandsons of Nathaniel, 
emigrated from Lyme ; Mather, jr., and Richard to Bethany, N. 
Y., the former in 1806 and the latter in 1808, and David H. 
in 1812. Li 1864, David H. was living in Middletown, Butler 
County, Ohio, aged 77 years, and Mather, jr., in Bethany, N. *Y., 
aged about 79 years. Mather, jr., has a son (117) Gilbert M., 
residing in Bethany, N. Y. ; David H. a son (118) Orandos X., 
residing in New York City; and Richard, jr., a son (119) Israel 
M., in Stafford, N. Y. (120) John M., a grandson of David, 
resides in Schenectady, N. Y. ; and (121) Charles C, a great- 
grandson of David, in New York City. 



ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



I HATE endeavored to give all the additions and make all the alterationi 
and corrections which I have been asked to make, or which have been found 
necessary. Many of these were received while the work was in the press, 
too late to be made elsewhere ; and many of them even after it was printed,. 
while the index was being prepared. It was found impossible to collect so 
many names, — about eleven thousand, with as many dates, — and carry 
them through the press without the necessity of alterations and corrections. 

After the arrangement of the work, it was carcfUlly read through, and 
compared with the letters, records and documents from which it had been 
compiled. Where different dates of the same events, and different names of 
the same individuals and children, were given by different persons and by 
the same person at different times, or where errors of any kind were suspected, 
letters of inquiry were written. After the work was printed, it was again 
read through, and all typographical errors found, however small or unimpor- 
tant, pointed out, instead of leaving them to the query and conjecture of the 
reader as is sometimes done in such works. 

Israel H. Peck, of Johnstown, Ohio, informs me, in relation to his branch of 
the name, that his grandfather, Bei^arain, and Cyrus, the brother of his 
grandfather, lived and died in King's County, Nova Scotia. Cyrus kept a 
public house at Kentsville. After his grandfather, Bei^amin, died, his father,. 
whose name was also Bei^amin, came to the States, and settled at Johnstown, 
Ohio, in 1817, where he died in 1819, leaving eight children, — four sons and 
four daughters. One of the sons, Samuel, was residing at Marquette, Mlch.» 
In 1864. He supposes that his grandfather came Arom England to Nova Scotia. 

Joseph Peck was bom in Bolton, Conn., in 1761, and died in Irasburglu 
Vt., in 1850. His brother Jonathan died leaving a family of fourteen children. 
His widow and son, Russell, were residing In Keene, N. H., in 1863. Joseph 
was a Methodist clergyman. His sons were John, Joseph, Joel S., and Jared. 
Jared was residing In Potton, Canada East, in 1868. John died In Irasburgh,. 
Vt., in 1852. His children are Joel, Charlotte, Ann, Freeman S., of Salens 
Bfass. ; Melissa K., Dyer H., of Boston, Mass. ; Abigail L., Margaret G., John ; 
Alonzo *D., a merchant of Boston; William F. ; and Elisha S., who resides In 
Salem. Joel S. resides in Worcester, Mass. His children are John M., Joel 
J., of Worcester, Cyrus F., Maria J. ; Tyler S., who was killed on the Norwich 
and Worcester Railroad, June 18, 1866 ; Mary £., Almlra and Charlotte. 

Page 84, nine lines from top, for Sept. 20, 1697, read Apr. 20, 1697. Page 42, 
eighteen lines f^om bottom, for March read May. Page 48, eleven lines fh>m 
top, for fifth generation read sixth ; and, seventeen lines from top, for Gilnore 
read Gilmore. 
84 



398 PECK GENEALOGY. 

Add, page 52, In relation to Mrs. Rebecca Baker, formerly Bebecca Peck — 
She died Nov. 19, 1868, in the 84th year of her age. Page 63, thirteen lines 
ft-om top, for July 21 read Jan. 26. Page 62, eighteen lines flrom top, for 
Learned read Lorinda. Page 80, twenty lines Arom top, for James Chappell 
read Richard. Page 84, eleven lines from bottom, for Oliver O. read Oliver 
D. Page 86, four lines fh>m bottom, for 1862 read 1832. Page 90, seven- 
teen lines Arom top, for Dec. 20 read Dec. 2. Page 91, fourteen lines firom 
top, for 1810 read 1816; and, thirteen lines Arom bottom, for Nov. 17 read 19. 

Add to the f&mily of Sanford Wilcox, page 99, ten lines fh>m top, Sylvanus, 
b. Dec. 19, 1867. Page 103, eleven lines fVom top, for Arnold read Arnold J. 
Page 107, nine lines Arom bottom, for Hannah W. read Hannah H. Page 108, 
Ave lines f^om top, for Lorinda read Luclnda. Page 113, seventeen lines 
from bottom, for Channcey P. read Chaancey C. Page 114, eleven lines fh>m 
top, for Jan. 22 read Jan 19 ; and, sixteen lines f^om top, for George O. read 
George C. ; and, six lines ftom bottom, for June 23 read June 25. Page 115, 
twelve lines Arom bottom, for Oct. 1830 read Nov. 1830. Page 124, fourteen 
lines f^om top, for April 11, 1763, read April 13 ; and, eight lines firom bottom, 
for Sept. 1775 read 1777. Page 133, nineteen lines firom bottom, for 1650 read 
1657. Page 141, three lines A*om top, for P. Rec. read R. Rec. 

Add, In relation to Joseph Peck [1558], page 141, the following: — After 
leaving Massachusetts he resided for some time In New Hampshire. From 
there he removed to Clinton, N. Y., afterwards Balnbrldge. He remained 
here until 1812, when he removed to Lisle, N. Y. His first wife died, and he 
married for his second wife a Mrs. Norton. He died In 1818 ; she, in 1839. 
His children, after he left Attleborough, were Joseph, whose children are 
Enos, of Farmers vllle, N.Y. ; Jonathan, of Syracuse ; Cyrus, Harvey, Laura Ann, 
and Harriet — Nicholas, d. unm. ; — Bethana, d. unm. ; — «/oAn,whose children 
are John D., of Whitney's Point, N. Y. ; Walter L., of Lisle; Huldah, Anna and 
Catharine; — Hezekiah, whose children are Diana; Elizabeth; Reed, of Cort- 
land, N. Y., to whose kindness I am indebted for my information ; Malvlna, 
Mary ; George W., of Auburn, N. Y., editor of the Auburn Journal ; Martha L., 
and Mark ; — Noah, who settled in Michigan ; — Ezekid, who died in Illinois ; — 
Betijamin, who died in Bainbridge ; — Polly, Esther, Elizabeth, and Anna, each 
of whom were married and had Issue. Page 144, four lines from bottom, for 
1788 read 1778. Page 150, seven lines from bottom, for Elioenoi read Eiloenal. 
Page 153, eight lines from top, for Sept. 20 read 22. Page 154, twenty lines 
from bottom, for 1821 read 1829. Page 168, eleven lines from top, for Bncon 
ead Bacon. Page IGO, ten and eleven lines from top, for Autiil read Antlle. 
Page 164, five lines from top, for Gardiner read Gardner. Page 173, nine- 
teen lines from top, for July 11 read Jan. 11. Page 176, seven lines fix)m top, 
for 1837 read 1842; and, nineteen lines from top, for July 5 read 25. 

Add to the family of Thomas [1795], page 176, John, b. Feb. 6, 1853. Page 
177, eleven and nineteen lines from top, for Hollan read Hollon; and, twenty- 
two lines from top, for Franklin read Friend. Page 178, seven lines flrom top, 
for 1834 read 1838. Page 180, nine lines from top, for Brookllne read Brook- 
lyn. Page 184, four lines from bottom, for Jan. 7 read Jan. 13. Page 185, 
nineteen lines from bottom, after daughter of, and before Jerusha, add Timothy 
and. Page 188, six lines from bottom, for 1864 read 1838. Page 192, six linei 
from bottom, for Nov. 17 read 7. Page 193, six lines from top, for Hannah 
read Lydia E. Page 200, twelve lines from bottom, for Feb. 2 read 20. 



ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 399 

' Add, page 201, eleven lines from top, to the family of Noah [2579], Abigail, 
b. Not. 29, 1711. 

Add with the Pecks of Seekonk, Mass., Israel, who married the widow of 
Nathaniel Hant, and resided for some time on the plain, so called, where is 
now the depot of the Boston and Providence Railroad. Who his father was 
I did not learn. He probably belonged to some one of the Rehoboth families, 
where his name was not recorded. His son Cyril settled at Pawtucket, in 
Mass. He married, first, Millicent Clay, daughter of James Clay, and, second, 
widow Clarissa Wheeler. He died in 1830, aged 80 years. His children were 
Zelinda^ who married Ephraim Walker and Dan Robinson; James, Cyril, 
Friendly, and Israel, who settled at Savannah, where they died ; Joseph, who 
d. in Pawtacket; William, d. in one of the Western States; Amey, who m. 
William Hovey, and was residing at Fort Atkinson, Wis., in 1863; Hannah 
and Mdlicent, who was residing in Providence, R. I., nnm. in 1863. Page 208, 
eighteen and twenty-one lines from bottom, for Kesiah read Eeziah. Page 209, 
three lines from top, for [2670] read [2607]. Page 213, eleven lines from bottom, 
for Joly 20 read July 25. Page 220, seventeen lines from bottom, for June 11 
read June 1. Page 221, at top, for Mason read Maxon. Page 224, fourteen 
lines from top, for July 14 read July 4 ; and, eighteen lines from top, for 
Charles*** £., b. Mar. 3, 1855, read Charles**^ W., b. Oct. 22, 1855 ; and, ten mies 
ttom bottom, for Abba read Alba. Page 225, four lines from top, for 1844 read 
1842. Page 227, four lines frx>m bottom, for Mar. 8, 1828, read Mar. 8, 1825. 

Add, in relation to Warren E. Peck, page 231, at bottom, — He was drowned 
on the 12th of Sept., 1868, while attempting to cross a stream in the Belleview 
Valley, Mo., swollen by a flood. 

He was assessor and deputy sheriff, and, at the time of the melancholy event, 
was returning home from the performance of his official duties. The follow- 
ing is among the resolutions passed at a meeting of Camp Willson, Post No.' 
7, 6. A. R., Ironton, Mo., where he was Junior Vice-Commander : — 

'' Resolved, that in the death of our comrade our society has sustained an 
Irreparable loss, our community been deprived of a good citizen, our country 
of a true patriot, bur county of a faithful official, his wife a kind and affec- 
tionate husband, and his children an indulgent father." 

The Ironton paper said of him : '* As a friend, neighbor, and officer, his loss 
]b deeply felt ; as a soldier he made himself an enviable record ; and as a citizen 
and public officer he was universally liked." 

Page 232, three lines frx)m bottom, for N. H. read Vt. Page 238, eight lines 
from bottom, for Mary Evelina read May Eveline. Page 237, fourteen lines 
from bottom, for Apr. 21 read Apr. 24. Page 241, three lines frt>m bottom, for 
Herman read Hermon. 

Add to the famUj of Hermon A. Peck, [2921], page 242, five lines from top, 
Lucy Ann, b. June 29, 1835, d. Oct. 1, 1839; and, ten lines from top, for 
Herman read Hermon. Add, page 271, five lines from top, after sixty and 
before pounds, six. Page 253, fifteen lines firom bottom, for 1788 read b. July 
28, 1787. Page 278, three lines from bottom, for June 28 read June 2 ; and, two 
lines from bottom, for Feb. 17 read 11. Page 279, three lines from top, for 
1724 read 1754 ; and, eleven lines from bottom, for 1830 read 1 831. Page 280, 
at top, for Nov. 2 read Nov. 7, and for Marsy read Marcy. Page 282, seven- 



400 PECK GENEALOGY. 

teen lines tcom bottom, for Thankftal read Franklin. Page 283, seven tines 
Arom top, for £mor read Eber W. ; and, seventeen Hues from top, for 1823 read 
1825. Page 285, sixteen lines firom top, for Aurltta read AuriUa ; and, two 
lines Arom bottom, for June 10 read June 23. Page 391, six lines from top, 
for 1718 read 1715. Page 300, eight lines Arom top, for 1796 read 1769. 

Add to the fEtmlly of Asher Peck [89], page 300, ten lines from top, Joanna, 
b. Oct. 28, 1788 ; Lucy, b. May 10, 1790. His 1st wife d. Nov. 2, 1812. He 
married for his 2d wife Jane Morrison, March 21, 1813. She died Joly 25, 
1822. He died July 7, 1822. Page 301, nine lines Arom top, for Arthur Q. read 
Arthur L. ; and, eleven lines from top, for Cynthia read Dianthia; and, two 
and four lines Arom bottom, for Nov. read Oct. 

Add to the family of Michael Peck [131], page 303, Fenn. He married Sarah 
Treat. He died at Guadaloupe, W. I., of yellow fever, about 1803. His widow 
married Elijah Bryan, and lies buried in the cemetery at Milford, Conn. His 
children were Treat Fenn and Anthony. Treat Fenn Peck was bom Sept. 2, 
1801. He married Maria Bradley, of New Haven, Conn., and removed to Wil- 
mington, N. C, about 1820, where he still resides. His children are Sarah 
3f., Mary jB., num.; Caroline A., d. young; Emily T., num. ; C^torgeJufA 
merchant of Wilmington, married a daughter of O. 6. Parsley; WiUiam 
3f., d. in 1865 ; and Caroline A., 2d, who d. in 1867. Sarah M., to whom I am 
Indebted for my information, married Levi A. Hart. Mr. Hart Is a native of 
Southington, Conn., an enterprising business man, engaged in carrying on a 
foundry, machine-shop, etc. Their children are Harriet, Mary Anna, Maria 
Treat, Millie, Annetta, Sarah L., Frederic Levi, and Leila Austin. 

Add for the fkmily of Anthony Peck, the brother of Treat Fenn : — He mar- 
ried Harriet Clark, of Milford, Conn., and removed to Talmadge, Ohio, where 
he died, about 1840; his death being the result of injuries received by a fall 
from bis haymow. His widow and son, H. A. Peck, still reside there. 

Add to the family of Joseph, (430), page 304, eleven lines from top, Martha 
M. ; twelve lines from bottom, for 1752 read 1782. 

Add for the family of Levi, No. (495), page 306 : — He married Marcia Been 
Feb. 9, 1825. She d. July 13, 1850. He was residing in Newtown in 1867. His 
children were Cornelia, b. July 26, 1828, d. July 28, 1838 ; Cornelia again, b. 
Feb. 14,1835, married John Judson, and d. Mar. 4, 1859. Page 810, two lines 
from top, for Oct. 19 read 29. Page 313, fourteen lines from bottom, for 
Joseph P. read Josephlue ; and, seventeen lines from top, for Bradley read 
Beardsley. Page 314, twelve lines from top, for Thompson read Thomas. 

Add in relation to Wyllys Peck (811) page 315. He died April 22, 1869. 
Mr. Peck was one of the prominent men of New Haven, highly esteemed as a 
citizen, as a business man, and for his faithAil performance of the duties 
intrusted to him by the public. He was for many years of the firm of Bryan 
& Peck, and subsequently engaged with his brothers in the West India trade. 
He was for several years one of the Aldermen of the city aud held various pub- 
lic trusts. Page 321, fourteen lines from bottom, for 1860 read 1864. Page 
322, fifteen lines from bottom, for Rosanna read Roxana. Page 325, six lines 
from top, for May 4 read May 24. Page 326, four lines from top, for Sept. 3 
read Sept. 23; and, eight lines from bottom, for Apr. 4 read Apr. 9. 

Add to the family of James, page 327, after Morris and before Stephen ; — 
Eunice, b. June 2, 1721. Page 528, thirteen lines from bottom, for May read 



ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 401 

March. Page 830, first line at bottom, for Apr. 6, 1784, read Apr. 24, 1776. 
Page 834, six lines from bottom, for Jan. 8 read Jan 18. 

Add for the fomily of Benjamin Peck, page 888, No. (407) r — He resided 
in Hamden, Conn. His children were Sophia, LetoU, JRebecca, Henry, of Ham- 
den ; Francis, of Jackson, 111. ; Frederic, of New Haven ; Lois A. ; Edson, of 
Watertown, Conn. ; Chloe A. and Silvia C. Lois A., to whom I am indebted 
for my information, married Lewis Perkins, and resides in Hamden. Page 
840, seventeen lines flrom top, for Levi read Lewis. Page 841, twenty lines 
Arom bottom, for McEnen read McEwen. 

Add for the f^unily of Phineas, page 348, No. (482) : — He settled in Warren, 
K. T., where he was wounded by a cannon discharge, July 4, 1810, and died 
from its effects. He married Edna Rogers. His children were Gates, resid- 
ing in Deans vllle, N. T., unm. in 1867 ; and Calista, who m. E. D. Robinson, 
and was residing at White Pigeon, Mich., in 1867. 

Add for the family of Jathleel, page 843, No. (484) : — He settled at 
Warren, N. Y., where he died in 1860. He married Armenia White. His 
children were Louisa E,, m. Jefferson Lyman and resides at Jordonsviile, 
K. Y. ; Balph S,, m. Marion Marquises, resides in Brooklyn, L. I. ; Alfred P., 
m. N. Tenny, and resides in New York city. 

Add to the family of Jathleel, page 343 [259], Lydla, Arad, Olive, Sophia, 
Jared, Asenath, Almira, and Burleigh. Lydla married Ebenezer Huntington, 
of Windham, Conn. Their daughter, Diana, to whom I am indebted for my 
information, was bom in Windham, Conn., June 14, 1811, married Horace 
Cobb, of Windham, Yt., Apr. 22, 1885, and was residing at Spring Mills, 
N. Y., a widow with her family, in 1867. 

Add to the family of Jeremiah [405], page 846, at bottom, after 1867, mar- 
ried Dec. 24, 1868, Rufhs Aggett, of New Haven, Conn. Page 847, eleven lines 
from top, for Louisa read Lovisa. Page .850, four lines from bottom, for 
North read South. Page 851, nine lines from top, for Jan. 4 read Feb. 4. 
Page 858, nine lines from top, for Hinchly read Hinckley. Page 854, twelve 
lines from bottom, for Malvln read Mel v in. 

Add to the family of Milo Peck [595], page 857, three lines from bottom, 
Jeremiah A., b. Sept. 26, 1867. Page 859, fifteen lines firom top, for Hosing 
read Hosington. Page 868, thirteen lines from bottom, for Woodstock read 
Cortland. Page 365, eleven lines from bottom, for 1826 read 1862. Page 368, 
twelve lines from botton, for June read Jan. Page 870, five lines Arom bot- 
tom, for May read Mar. Page 871, four lines from top, for Rachel read Rhoda ; 
and, six lines from top, for Paul read John ; and, six lines from bottom, for 
June 4, 1726, read Mar. 12, 1726. 

Isaac Peck, supposed to be the son of Abraham, moved from Litchfield, 
Conn., to near Hudson, N. Y., and from there to Onondaga. His brother 
Jacob removed to Cornwall, Vt., where he died. He had a family of ten chil- 
dren. Some of them have large families. His son, Doct, Jacob Feck, was resid- 
ing at Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, in 1866. 

Add to the family of Abyah Peck, page 876, No. (280), after Reynolds : 
His children were Sarah A., Angeline B., Harriet, Charlotte, Lucy, Folly, John 
J5., and Clara, Harriet, from whom I received my information, married Wil- 
liam Page, and was residing in Norwalk, Ohio, in 1866. Page 889, six lines 
from bottom, for Crosby read Cooley. 
84» 



INDEX. 



A general index of the names of all the Pecks In the work was at first p^^ 
pared, but it was found to contain so large a number of such names as Mary, 
John, William, and other common names, as to make it the work of too mach 
labor and perplexity for a person to find their own name or that of the person 
sought for among them. It was therefore thought best to not only reduce its 
size by making a separate index for the appendix, but by dividing that into 
separate ones for each branch of the name which it contains. 

To stiU farther facilitate finding the name and identifying the persons, a 
local index of the parents in the several branches of the name, with their 
residence,* has been given. By this a person will be able to find their own 
or the name of their parents with much more ease and facility. To find them 
by the former might have been the work of hours ; by this it is compamtlTeiy 
but the work of a moment. 

DIRECTIONS. 

To find the name of a female, or of a child, or of a person who has no 
family, look for the name of the father f with his family, and you not only 
find their name, but the names of their brothers and sisters. 

To find the father with his family, look for the same number in brackets 
which stands against his name in the index. 

When there is a star against the name in the index, look for it in the 
numerals or consecutive numbers, and you will find the person and whatever 
is said of him or his children, in connection with or immediately following 
his father's family. 

In the appendix, the numerals or consecutive numbers are inclosed in pa- 
rentheses. 

When the name of the father is found, he may be readily traced back and 
his aucestors learned or traced forward, and his descendants found. 

Take as an example the name of Thomas Feck, whose number in the index 
and in brackets, with his family, is 2G42. Turn back to this number in the 
numerals or consecutive numbers, and you find him and his father, Thomas, 
and all the family. Look at the left of his father's name, and you have in 
brackets the number 2601. Turn bock to that number in the numerals, and 

* Some of theso residences may have been incorrectly given me, or may have been changed, 
bat as it would so much help to identify the persons and facilitate tracing out their descendants 
it was thought best to give them. It was preferred rather than the plan of giving the dates of 
births. 

t The general index may be referred to when the parents are anknown. 



INDEX. — DIRECTIONS. — EXPLANATIONS. 403 

you find the family of his grandfather, Nathaniel, — who are his uncles* and 
aunts. Look at the left of his grandfather*s name, and you have the number 
2592 ; look for that number in the numerals, and you find the family of his 
great-grandfather, Nathaniel. Look at the left of his name, and you have 
the number 2588. Look for that number in the numerals, and you have the 
family of his great-great-grandfather Nathaniel, who was bom at Hingham, 
Mass, after his f)&ther came over to this country. 

To trace Thomas forward and find his descendants, turn to his number 
2642 in brackets, and you find this + sign before the names of his sons, indi- 
cating that they became parents, and are carried forward to the same number 
in brackets which is here against their names, where they and tfieir families 
may be fonnd. 

Take PhUip as an example. Turn forward to his number, 2726 in brackets, 
and you find him and his family of nine children. As the families are not 
carried forward beyond this generation, the grandchildren immediately follow 
the children ; and It will be seen that you have before you the names of nlne^ 
children, fifty » grandchildren, and flve^° great-grandchildren, who are of 
the tenth generation,! being the grandchildren, the great-grandchildren* 
and the great-great-grandchildren of Thomas, his descendants, through his 
son Philip. 

EXPLANATIONS. 

In the arrangement of the work, the numerals or consecutive numbers at 
the left of the names represent the number of each person individually Arom 
the ancestor. 

This + sign placed before a name Indicates that the person becomes a 
parent, and refers forward to the number of that person. Inclosed in brackets, 
where he and his family may be found. 

When the name Is not carried forward to another place in the boof, what- 
ever is said of the person is said in connection with or Immediately follow- 
ing the father's family. 

The figures In brackets at the left of the name refer back to the numerals 
or consecutive numbers where that person and his father's family may be 
found. 

The small figures over the names and above the line represent the number 
of the generation to which the person belongs. 

* It will be' seen that this sign -f- is placed before the names of his uncles ; which indicates 
that they became parents, and are carried forward to the same number in brackets, which here 
stands against their names, where tftey and their families may be found without again turning 
to the index ; each may also be traced back through their ancestry, or forward through their 
desi^ndants, without turning to the index. 

t It will be seen by the chart or pedigree that the ancestor Joseph Is traced back in Eng- 
land through his ancestors, by authentic records certified to by the Heralds, twenty generations ; 
which, added to the ten Ln this country, makes thirty generations through which the name ii 
traced. 



LOCAL INDEX. 



Alild.'orUopewclI, N.tl 

Ablel,'o(Uopiiw«ll, N.B 

•AbtFt.'ofHoDEWBll, H.B. , , . 
AddlMin.'ariloaqKller. Vt. .. 
AddUou/of AurorH, Nemda . . 
•AL.'offeuin, m 

Al{ien9.,'arR«bubo'ib|liu/ '. 
•Allwrt M.,' of Oenlr»l K«1I.. KJ, 
•Albert B.,' or ProTldenco, B.I. . 
Albion P.,f arMarthuDpUD, Uua 
A1ciH>d>r,'ofAleiandnii, N.r. 
•Alnuidor,' orWittHsId, Wli. . 



if Rabobuih, Uui. 
ifffot 



Alii 



n.'ofCBithiLBe, 
--•ofW«nboc. 



Uui. 



Allen.'of .._ 

Allen.' of Itehobalb, Mua. 
AJDnidp'ofKnton, N.y. . 
Ambroi." of Swinny, Ma 
Ambnia,' or Rehobnt^, Mi 
■An>bm..'ofC'b«».oHT, 
Amos," of eiruoea. if.y , 
Amoa,jT,.' ofSftT-Bini™ V 

Anqu™w°' 
Ar>,'DfBdli 



UonnK 




Bedlamld'ofWuhlDgton, D.C Utt 

•BS0«~liP.,'of«ounlt7pUBi.N.Y. . . BU 

BsnJumlD/ofSmllhaeJd, It.I tm 

Munln'ofProridenof.RJ « 

lirnonl^ofRebobalb, Mua JS 

B(monl,"ofF1lii»miBio, N.H. . .'..-. » 
BMhnei,Doim'DfaicD'>Fi>lla,N.T. .. SJ 

BI1lli.K*,'DtKehobQUi,llu< M 

Bnidfi>rdW.,'(>'rAulebarciDBb,HaH.. . « 



'ofDni 



O, 



C>]rlDj.,'ar8e. 
CalTln,' of CUnmont. N.U. . 
Calvin H.,' of fniTldeacc-, U J. 
•CalTlD.'orCUrtcCo., 111. . . 
Caleb,* of eeckank.UaH.. . 
ClUiib.'orOcainlFalla, ILI. . 
Capron,' of AUIebonmgh.Mfti 
•Carrol R..' of Itonlon, Mo. . , 
Cfaanncey,' of Boalon, Uau. 
•Ubauocev P..* of BarUnataa, 
Cbarle>> of JokoMOD, N?T. . 
Cbarlia U.,< of Wionclta, lU. 
•Oharl*. J.,'of John.lowo, K. 

Cbulea,' ofBeBkonk, Uui. .'. 



CharlM.'orCbarLarooiii, N.H. . 
Cbarlea H.,> of ProvideDca, N.Y. 
H-hu-ls* U.,' of FiDvidcnce, R J. . 

CbarlM.'orCamdeD, Uhlo. . . . 

•nh.rlr. A.tnfMnDawcll.N'.D. . 



Cbarlea B.J oi AHrxnauna, ti . r 
-TharlH a.,' of Woiwaler, Uaa 
'ChuTlea, of AnalnlU . . . . 
~" ■ n.,' of Cleieland, Ohio 
ofWcatBarllnitoa, : 
-" lam.S.V. . 



•Chi 
•Chi 
•Chi 

•Chi ^ 

CoiDor 1^., of PoWdam, > 
Comfort,' of 6«konk, Mi 
CoRifar(,>DtaHkook,Ua«. . . 
Comfort,' of Bnrllii«on,Iowii. . 
Con.lantlneJ of AUjebotouKli, Mi 
•Comellni C.,' of EaM Prorldenci 
Croiuwpll.'DflUihoboIh, Uau. . 
Cromwull.'ofCovBiHrr. IM. , . 
CjrII C.,°of Uchobolb, Mua. . . 
■jril.'ofRi;hobiiUij.Maa*. 



Cyrii..'of8<! 
Cyro..iofUi 
Cjru 



■ , 1^1. . 



ifltahob 



boboth, ^ 



li, Uui 



Daniel,' of Cnmb«rUnd,11.T. 
Daniel, of CnmlKrlJind.kj. . 
Dank-I,' of Roralalon. Mau. 
Daniel,* of Sand l.>ki', K.Y. . 
DanlH,' of Itofalalon. Uaaa. 
Dnnlel.i ufEaal Pembroke. N 



•DmnW.'ofWMlBergcn.N.T MT 

l>uii«ie.,'DrEiini-iovid«icE,ltJ.. . . 1474 

Sulci.' of BoulhULbKin, P». SJOB 

BmlEl.'ofHtKlor, N.Y «» 

Itaniel.'orFullenlUii, N.Y ; »«> 

»»nteia.,iofBBn1nglon,B.I MM 

DuronhL.'afFaHiuckei, B.I, .... ITll 

KMlni,'o(S«ekonk,KaH WU 

SBiid,' of Proildenn, R.t ItT 

DMld.'ofHarriDiUD, SJ. . IBM 

T)aild,>orS«koak,lIi>H 3S1T 

SitrliMorCUKDdaD.Vt. KM 

•D«r7S.'ofP«UiUiD,K.Y »» 

]>**id,orrrHdDin,QI »«* 

*DcmMier,iof HuDIDOiid, Wli. .... SMS 

•tXwuw.'afLafuvcnlJe, N.Y tWM 

I>>iwr,<DrKerlicr>vllle, tllilD BTfi 

J>«l*r.'o(H«r1.6ura, P. HW 

Doci Doiuuu,! of IcoDtoD, Ud. ITU 



KbciMiar,* of ftoliobdih, Uu*. 
KbeiiHsr' of liehoboUi, Man. 
Bhnw»r,*arLlodaD.VI.. . . 
—■ ■ "■■rrlDglon, RJ.. 



KbenMBT,' of ll»mng , . 

VbaD«ui,*of ButIdkioii. It J. . 
Zb«e»r,> orBcllBnte, KJ. . . . 

XbeDOHr.'aTBMrriogUia, ELI. . 
Kbmeier,' of Wuhlngton, D.O. 

Kbesciw.* of ProildBOco, B J. . 

Edmoi]d.*ofK«bi>boaVuua.- . 

Bdn<iDdJ.,'ofKi'habolh.Uui. . 
^wurd.i ofEul Puiobniks, N.Y 



•Sdw«nl 



Sdwln, ot Pto<rld<Dce,'l{.I. 



-™-.„^.,-o??-?;i™™...„..., 
•^wln C.I' orKorthbrldn'. Uui 
KdwlnP^'orBi»TlD«lon.R.l. . . 

EU.'^oQrore.Pa.",'^'. * ! 

ntiba.'of AtUcbDrough, Uabs. , 
Jtltiha.' of St. Johnibnrv, Vl. . . 
Elbla,<orRopt<*ril, N.1I. . . . 
BII>hs,'ofHo»wcll, N.B. . . . 

•EUfhs.'DtBapawell, N.B 

BIu.'ofHopevill, N.n 

'SlIiH e,.< orObtnTIulon SpclDii, Tt. 



roHfr* of lUnco, TS.Y 

FrH>kUDK.,'D[CIUilDD.Iow>. . . 

•rnaeliII.,>ufRehoboth.U*». . 
Vtwio](, Ra*..<orBrooklTri,I,J. . 
■Fnndi.'of BwTBr Dam, WIi.. . 

'VnuuiMB.iotUanlt.S.Y. . . . 
■Praoidfl." of Jotuuoiii V 



•ITmcli 






roTldoni 



x.j\ly . 



:■ C„> of PJluflcM, Uui. 



Dr, Oirdncr.M ' of DIsbtoD, lltt*. . 

Otortr." of Cambtrluil, B.t 

Owrgc W.,> of Rshobolb, Urn—, , . 
Ototst,' of SuBU(> Bprloi*, N.Y. . 



wrBf.'ofRohDboth.Uim 
eon™ W.,' at We« IToJ, 
tonK.'afJobniloa.UJ. 
Hirgc B.,' arCnmb«[)sDd, 
■orgo,' ofCuitDD, Iowa • 



OniiriiB 
Qcorgo, 

0«org(, 



T.,'ofl^vldBnM,B 
1.,' ofUatunoiHti,! 
).,'ofProTiaeBM.,K. 

A.,>or.Aleiudrl>,N.Y.. 
H.,»ofT«unton,Mo«.. . . 
W.,'ofProvldunM,KJ. . 
DocI,' of Camuiclw, loira • 
(..•ofRcboboth, Mbu. 
ofSlerUiiBflUe.N.Y. 
t..^otaslMbDit,Ill. ■ 

offiwuiej, ilu^.' '. 
{» J.,' of Wwren, K.I. . 

IgV.'ofRBMKli.S.Y. . . 

rgeI,..'TrDy,P» 

rric 8-.' TovAudBt Pa. .... 
ieH.,>FnTldeoee, HJ. . . • 



!or«eH.,iarDoiidH,nt. . . 

•"^"u/j of'ciiTclud, Oblo . 
gon.'ofenkonk, Ubm. . . . 
ean,<of Rebobotb. Uuu. .. 
JbnlI.,DfDuw»gfM, Mich. . 
lUivut D.,» of NurUmnjJtoH, MM" 
i*tani*B.,<DlBebBbolli,Mjui. ■ 



Henry.* o/wiDcbendoii, Unu. . 
Hrnry B.,' of l^roTtdencB. BJ. , 
U«nry,'ofLowTill».N.Y.. . . . 

Henry,' or Bfinnll.N.Y 

Uenry,' of HarrttborgS, N.Y. , 
Rnv.HoBry.'ofOullford.N.Y. , 
HtDTv C./of WhtUuTllle, Hui 

Henry P.,' of Bloom. lU 

•Henry,' of Lowirtorg. N.T. . . 
•Henry.' ofNowBarlfii, N.Y. , . 
•Henry U.,< of ' ' " 



:emi0D J.,> of kul BlDomfleld, N.' 
'nn<iaA..UfProvtdeneo,It.l. .. 

rt««y,'ofBiobford.Wl« 

imkiah.'orAtUeboroDBb, Uh*. . 
iHkIab,*of AltjEborouitb,llu*. • 
zeklah.'orNawPort.N.Q. . . . 
H!kijib,>af8mllli6eld,Pa. . . . . 



afWi 



ii.L . 



il' of Bmrer i)Bio, wi. 



zeklab.'ofAUIeborougb, Umi. . 
rBin.'ofUontpeUer.Vt. . . 
raniH.,)o(PoUdiin, N.Y. . 



S- ■ton, Oblo 
yomlnB, IQ 
f LIbeny, Oblu 



FECK OXHEALOGT. 



Boruc,' of DcllaBa, WU. lail I 

Honce,' Dt PrortdsDce, RJ IM* ' 

•BonccO.*DrAleuDdrU.M.T tm I 

■Ebinice,' o J ChateKncur, H.T M41 

Honu.'of Wett Br«>Ue]d,M>M. . , . U33 

Hors[]g,'oritfhobot}i, HUH 3W 

Hantlo M.,' o/ Oocbenei, N.T *U 

•Honuio d'^* lap. or BtniiM, K.Y.' ' 1 R89 

•HantloA.,*arQruidBipl£,Mieh. . . tsn 

Hontlo,* of SnoxeT, Mui )BN 

I. 

lehitbod.'ofCamberlud, R.1 10 

IcIubod.'ofCBBbcrUnd, KJ U 

Idubod,' of FdIUd OnoDtr, IT.T. .... M 

lehmbod.'oIUantHlier, Vv ISl 

lia,<oCOwHH, lOeh 114 

In B.,< WooBHckM, EJ. 101 

lni,<>tai>lfU<K>ii,H.T ■» 

InL.,'otFaiiDBklfe,ni. Ml 

In&,'orBHtBk>aBiiMd/K.T «1 

In,' or Uu^i^. lu ntn 

lM>e,= arCanD(iT,B.I Oi 

bucL.,'orWuta,KJ 1«H 

•luu'arHoiittiiftao.O.W. HT* 

luw/of ProfldweE, RJ. MM 

*IUH*orPniTtd«ea,RJ »a 

tuwM orSwuuei, l^M. im 

bnel,' or IHkoa, Mau mi 

IvKl,efmufl«ld,lbB ItM 

J. 



1,' or ny Cnek, H.Y. 
I,' ofMobUc. Ak. . . 
•.•orGlenTUle, H.T. 
■.■oritcboboth, IUh. 
- -loDJpeUtr.Vl 
of-nip<bun, 
at Kantneky . . 
riwnn n .,' of BoatoD. Hih. 
Jamci C.,' (.rprovfdsDce, B 
jMK.'ofSetki ■ "' 



Juoan 



VL 



JllDH U. 



lopeweU. N.B. 
^( Wirnn, B. 



. ;*^.-.,, 

Jtmn B.,' ot Proviit 
Jun«,'cfSli*!HcM.3 
Jattrnkl,' or llchoboU 



Jeroip<^ B.'otltnlwiv. Uui. 

jM>cF.,<uf Pelbus. &UI. . . 
•Job,' of SMmroeolo City, C»l. 
Jofl,< of Curnbcrland. R.l. . . 
J«l F..< of Wraotbimi. I£(iu. . 
•Joel C-,'o' Troy, N.r. . . , 
Jorl.'of OowKid., N.T. , . . 
Joelp'of PoeiUDklll.>f.Y .. . 

John,' of UoDtpelSfr, Yt. '. '. '. 
John,* of WiWrbory, VI. . . . . 
Jobn ^uppote.' or Suid Like, N. 
JobB.'ofS'ewYorkcllr 



John,' of AtIl<ba^)Ild^ IbH. . 
John/afAotebonvf.UaH.. , 

John.'orBriAol, BX. 

Juhn,' of Ne« Bedford, >Uh. . . 
John T^' of TiDi, P.. .... 

•John K.,' of Ntw Bedford, Hh 
•John.' of Hopewell, N.B. . . 



Johiel,' oi Bopawell. X. 
JoOBlhui J.,1 of Bun, Vt. . . . . 
JoaalhMi.-Dr BrMol. kj. . . . 
JouUun.'of BiMol,BJ. . - - 
JoDMhu,* of BriMoU KJ. . 



lri«, N.T. 

- _ . ifcPl*.. . 

JouiliBi,'arBtWol.S.I. . . 
■Jonaltiu,* ""— — *. WI*. . . . . 
•IUr.loBttO^'<ACbelMHL.U^ . 
JaHpb,*of Bcboboth,kuL . 
JoHpta.'of lUddMon. N.Y. 
Joa^b,* of ChBUoB, Matt. . . 
JoHpb,' of Kid«Mnw, Mich. . 
Ja«I* 8.,' of RAabMk, ItMtJ 
JoBpb,> of 8«kMA, II*H. . . 
Ja«I>b,< of Bebobolii, UiM. . 
JaHpta,iaf B<A(*«Cb,lIa«. . 
, JoHob,* of Prorldesse, BJ. . . 
Ja«pta,> af StMol, bJ. . . . 
jDHIib,'FalrHanB,lt>H. . . 

JoKph > of Hopvirel], K.B 

•Jo«pli B.,* of DondieelFr, Min . 
Jowph K..' of Ambem, U»i 
Joevph,' of Spanliubareli. Pi 



r Nonhbridgt, Hih. . 



Dr. EelJr,' or Cnmberlud, BJ. . 



. am Le»l.' of H< 



' PiOTldencc. B.L . 
Oehobolh. Mua. . 
.,• or CuthKgi:, N.Y 

iron, Oblo'. . 



•Levi 8.,'FqIwq. Wy. , 



; Lewit,^ of Monni Tabor. ■ 



>t CombarUiid, BJ. 



i/of ProTidence, R.I, , 

B.',' of P^^en«. RJ*. : 
.,' of Rebobolb, l£ue. 
I,' of BDjaliton, iUm. . 



Hutln H^' or Mt ttka, (7. T. 
*Mutln,> or Dallou. WU. 
•Uunnb D. L.,* of Wiloot 



^.T.: 



•UtlH,> □i'Hgpcwall, N.B. 
UIIKm,' of HudvlEk, Uu 
•Honroe.i Oik Orove, Wli. 
•Korri^'of ItoDlKwa, low- 
HoHi,* of UlddloMi, Vt. 
I(«M>,> ot Uyda Puk, Vi. 



ITahDTn.'DrBlDcibiirg.Vt. . . . 
Rapolmi B,,< pf Wooniockat, BJ. 

SHhulal,' or RebDHoIb, Uw. . 
■Uuuila1,*oriIoDtp«1Ur, VL. . 
ITuhuilal.'af Lwlls, Ulch. . . 
BkUiluile],' of Hammond, Wtl. . 
•Nuhulal ,• or Hopawajf, N.B. . 
Rubanlcl U.,< of nianalfa, N.T. 



HMhulcl,' Bbxmfleld, K.T. . , 



Hathaolal,' ot I , 

Ki»liuil*l,iof BantBftoD, RJ. . 
■NaUuB,* Bast Pembnke, N.T. ■ 
•B»Uiin,> or Uanton, N.T. . , 
Katliui.' or BeckDoE, Uaaa. . - ■ 
KMhai],' of Bukank, Mau. . 
Hathan.'of Saeko-'- " — 
H«ttiaiiK.,ltn.,< 



JTMialBa,* aap.. of anlthflald, B, 
Hlnbolaa,* of BaekoDk, Haw. . . 
HldwIiH,* of Trent Cntt, N.T. 

ineliolu,*ar BriiMt, it.1 

VkbolH,* or CUdIod, N.T. . . . 
Hl«holM,'of Cr"' — ■- 



Hoab L.,' of Woonaockat, K. 
Koah.'afRehobotta, Vui. . 
Vomh,' ol Uacblmt.S.Y. . . 
Ba^,>arCUTandoii,Vt. . . 



Olwd,' ofWlodaor, VI.. . 
Obed,* ofBowa, lUu. . , 
"" — ■ -* "--wn, N. Y. 
obot' 

.. — . -. -Jhol 

... BrO.'ofJoluxH'Wll.N.Y.. 
01lTer,'oraantoga,N. V. , . . 
•Orcatai F.,' mppoaad or WeiV 



OUa'o^Baakonk, Mua 

OtU.'DfMtuBiLd, Hau 

OtU L.,' of Budukj Oily, Ohio 



' PelM.'ofThurJaw, Canada Weat. . . . IffB 

Peleg.'ofSjlTaiila, Pa 1M1 

Pelea.'oflfclidbalh, Uaaa 1W1 

Pi'lcB.'afBclliuile, BJ WW 

Feleg.'ofBlcMclJ, N.Y 1H4 

pBicg.TorpBtTTCraire.mrti arts 

•Pcl«J.,>ordDrrillvllIe,BJ SUI 

Pcm.'ofCoTtDir)'. R-l ■ • • » 

Peiei,' of CoTcnlry, ]iA Ml 

Pi>ni;P.,<or8nDdD>k;,Ublo UQ< 

PBter,'orDsnTll]a,Vl lUt 

PBUr,>orFlrCrMk XU 

PbLllp.'ofKohobotb.Mui U 

PhlltpW.,'af8ouibBehDbatb,UitM.. . 4M 

, Pblllp.'ofWiilpala, NJI Ut 

I Phll1p,*orPrDTlden«,BJ IMT 

, Pblllp 8.,i of CallfoTiila ISM 

PblUpP.W.,>ofCblcBK>,l]| iwt 

m.iu-._,i- — "irlln.N.Y IT39 



iLUpjiofKen 






Hon, III. 



BothIbIoi 
u.Uau... 



FwnHDla W.,' at But BioamOeii], H.T. . 



lo'htlpou, Wl.'. . .'. 
iwiii™u,' of HopewrLl, NJJ. ■ 
Rlcbard,' of WclU, K.V. . . . 
Uoben,* of Bwuier, Uau. . . 
Robert A.,'arBrliUil,Uui. , 
Royil.'of WKnihim, H«(. . 
•RovilJ.,*orWnnUiam, UaM 
Rojal a,'of Robobolh, Ha». 
•Royal B^*orWBli»1t,VL ... 
' Bufus,' otSiw PioTldenea, Inl. . 
•RutDi A.,1 of PrOTlduioe, R.I. . 
■" ■ 'orProTldeDcs, R.I. . , . 
,' ofEut UouIpsUer, Vt. 
ll,*orCadlrsli^|[i, RJ.. 



Humu<!l,'orKchobol)].Ua>t S 

R(v. tiunual-orRehoboIh. UaU. ... ST 

Bamael,' otRchobotb, Uaan IT 

•BuDaB'iB.,«unp(>iedofCjuiloD)lD«« '. MS 

8«iiiiielV.,'orBri.K.I,R,1 1M« 

S«muelD.,'ofUanilcl. Bnil[hMld,BJ.. ITU 

SnmualV.'orPuagbkecpile, N.T. . . . INO 

»iimii«l,'ori>rDndei>c«,R.1 3808 

Samael.'orBirnat, Vl MS 

Bwnnel.'DrFarmlngtoii.Pa tU2 

■HiuifardL.,<DfClaton,Io«a TM 

Beb»,'ofBarrlngian,ttJ MSa 

, B«tb,' of Warren, R.I. IMS 

B*Ih,'orHunaburKb,N.Y ^. H&T 

•8(tbS.,>ofIoira HST 

~BoUi,'ofBylvaDla, Pa aul 

eelhH.,>ofWolcaU,VL. 31M 

' Seih,'ofDellona.WH im 

Sswell,' 3f JobniUwn, OUo MS 

Shubaei.t of Rofaobolh, Haaa lU 

Bbabael.'ofWeatnilTuttr, Vt. 3M 

, Bhubael.'orRahoboth, Uui 4S 

•Shnbud.'DfBrlRol.lll IHS 

' ~ ,' of Oopcnb>«n, N.Y ITM 

D,-orgl.Jabn(burT, Vl 14U 

onE.W..<orBard«lck,Waai.. , . saM 

n.^ofATobBnl, Uui MM 



408 



PECK GENEALOGY. 



Ho. 

Solomon,* of Wrentham, ^£«tf. S8 

Solomon,* of Royabton, Mam. • • • • • 73 

Solomon," of CnmberUnd^JL. • • • • • 108 

Bolomoni* of Providence, R.I. • • • . • • 158 

Solomon,* of Orange, 1Cm« 184 

Solomon,* of HarUm, Ohio 197 

Solomon,* of Barrington, RJ S598 

Ber. Solomon,' of Rozbnry, Maaa. • . • 475 

Solomon,* of Barrington, K.1 26'A 

Solomon,* of Seekonk,Maaa 2713 

Solomon J of Seekonk, Mass 8911 

Stephen,^ of Central Falls, R.1 813 

Stephen,' of Denning, N.Y. •••••• 349 

Stephen,* of Seekonk, MaM 1509 

Stephen,' of Scituate. R J 8813 

Stephen,' of Bristol, R J 1739 

Sqaire,o of Montpelicr, Vt 107 

Sullivan,' of Koyalston, Maaa 629 

Sylvester,* of Rowe, Mass 1428 

Sylvester,' of Bridgeport, Conn 415 

•Sylvester,* supposed of Beaver Dam, 

Wis 2078 

Sylvester.' of Providence, R.1 2922 

Sylvanus,* of Rehoboth, Mass 1672 

Sylvanos,' of East Providence, RJ. . . . 1910 



T. 



Thomas S.,* Seekonk, Mass 1412 

Thomas*of Swanzey, Mass 1433 

Deacon Thomas,* of Swanzey, Mass. • . 1525 

Thomas,* of Bristol, R.1 1573 

Thomas,* of Bristol, R J 1585 

Thomas,* of Hopewell, N.B 1634 

Thomas,* of B wan zey, Mass 1680 

Thomas,' of IIopowvll. N.B 1795 

•Thomas,* of Hopewell, N.B 8186 

•Thomas W.,* of UopeweU, N.B 2198 

Thomas,* of rteckonk, Mass 2593 

Thomas,* of Scituate, K.I 2601 

Thomss,* of German Flats, X.Y 2542 

Thomas,* of Seekonk, Mass 2855 

Thomai»,« 2676 

Thoma*," of Brlntol, N.Y 2732 

Rev. Thomas,' of Plerson, Mich 2742 

Thomas," 2837 

•Thomas,* of Morocco, Ind 2974 

•Thomas A.,*of Perinton, N.Y 3032 

•Thom.18 S.,-* of Fjiirbury, III 30S2 

•TTiomas II..* of Johnson, Vt 3174 

•Truman D.,* Kast Cleveland, Ohio . . . 3111 

U. 

Uri,' Westminster, Vt 895 

V. 

♦Van Ness," of Walcott, Vt. 8150 



W. 



5a. 



•Warren D.,* of Hopewell. K.B 2178 

•Warren E^* of Ironton, Mo 3125 

•Wayland F..* of AthoU Mass 

Welcome,* of Settuate, R.I 

Welcome,' of Johnson, Vt. 2*« 

•Welcome,* BurrtUvUle, R J 

•Wesley,* of HopeweU, N.B 2137 

•Wesley C.,* of East Calais, Vt. 3161 

Whipple,' of Franklin, Mass S16 

•Whipple,* of Richmond, Vt. 851 

WlUiams,* of East Bloomfield, K.T. . . 141 

WiUiam,* of Providence, RJ 171 

WiUiam,' of Cumberland, R J 3M 

WilUam P.,' of Dartmouth, Mass 4A 

WiUiam H.,' of Roxbury, Mass «i 

WilUam,' of Cincinnati, Ohio 471 

WiUiam N.,' of Johnstown, Ohio .... 8iS 

William N^' of MontpeUer, Vt. 591 

•WilUam H..* of 8an<l^ Cre«k, K.T. . . <S7 
•William,* of East Pembroke. X.T. ... Ml 

•William E.,* Greenwich, RJ. 93 

•WiUiam H.,* suppoeed of Canton, Iowa. 981 
•WUliam B.,* of North Dartmoolh, Mm*. Ml 
•William * of Mount Pleasant, K.Y. ... Ml 

WiUiam H. ' of Providenee, B J 1471 

William,* of Dighton, Mass. ISS 

William B., of Cbonnahon, IlL llli 

WUHam,* Rehoboth, Mass. 16n 

William,* Warren, RJ ITU 

WiUiam,' of Hopewell, N.B 1761 

WiUiam,' of Hopewell, N.B 171 

William,' of Columbia, Pa. 

NMIIiam B.J of WelU, N.Y Ifl 

WUUam,' of Providenee, R J 

William,' of Chateangay, N.Y 

WiUiam,' of Dighton, Mass 

William,' of Xenla, Iowa IflU 

•WiUiam A.,* of Rockland, Maine . . . 

•William R.,* of Plewvs, N.Y 

•WUUam A.,* of Carthage, N.Y zz.« 

•WUUam W.,* of Iowa 8438 

•WUIIam O.,* of St. Louis 2508 

•WiUiam A.,* of Towanda, Pa. SSI 

•William n.,* of Troy. Pa. 253B 

WllUsra,' of Richfield Springs, N.Y. . . 2579 

William,? of Calais, Vt 2787 

WlUlara,' of Chicago, lU 2*25 

•WUliam R.,* of Dundee, ni 2970 

•Wniiam R., jr.,* died in Iowa 2990 

•WilUamF.,*of Auburn, N.Y 3j30 

•WilUam," of West Burlington, N.Y. . . 3132 
•William V.,* supposed of Calais, Vt. . . 3367 
•WiUiam P.,* of St. Johnsbury, Vt. . . . 8198 
•William C* of Oreenwich, Mass. . . . 3302 

•William J.,« of Barrington. R.1 3S52 

Winchester,* of Seekonk. Mass 1537 

Winchenter,* died May 8, 1859 1614 

Winchester,* of Amherst, Mass 

Wolcot, of keene, N.H 

Wyon,' of Elgin, lU 



OTHER NAMES. 



The •mall flgurea placed over or at the right of the number of the page denote the number of 
times the name occurs upon that page. 



A. 

Abel, 81, 96.* 

— Abigail, 85. 
Adams, 18, 194,' 249. 
Ains worth, 224.> 
Akerly, 152, 153, 176. 
Aldrieh, 63", 79, 98. 
Alexander, 38, 58, 77 .< 
Allen, 18, 43, 44, 45,s 

68, 89>, 95, 96, 118, 

199, 204, 207; cht. 

214, 215, 127, 255. 
Alters, 104.* 
Algiers, 52. 
Alsdurf, 257. 
Alston, 99. 
Anderson, 232. 
Andrews, 63,« 236. 
Angel, 63. 
Anthony, 241 ,'184. 
Armington, 149,* 124, 

221. 
Armstrong, 93,« 101. 
Arnold, 56, 88,' 90, 

•2,* 123,» 147 .« 
Ash, 226. 
Atwood, 240. 
Ann, 198. 
Anne, cht. 
Austin, 80,« 218,« 224, 

239, 252,> 254, 255. 
Ayers, 84.S 

B. 

Babbs, 21.* 
Babb, 23.S 
Babbett, 154. 
Babcock, 182. 
Bacon, 26,' 178. 
Bagley, 09. 
Bailey, 62, 55, 164, 

234. 
Baird, 102. 
Baker, 52, 82, 87, 191, 

215 243. 
Baldwin,*52, 80, 253.« 
Ballard, 193.> 
Ballou, 55,« 57,« 58,3 

59, 9i,« 89, 92. 
Barber, 95. 
Barker, 156, 209." 
Barns, 74, 90, 96, 179, 

207,208,215,217.3 
Bnrnard, 167. 
Barney, 45, 100, 108, 

119,« 126,* 206,« 208,» 

149,»162, 165,« 169,> 

199, 211. 
BarruB. 60,» 65, 
Bard, 61. 
Bartlet, 47. 
Barton, 74, 79.* 

85 



Bartrum, 234. 
Bardshaw, 98. 
Bastlu, 215.* 
Batchelor, 73, 69.* 
Beckwith, 177. 
Bellows, 70, 116.* 
Bellinger, 179. 
Bennett, 152, 158,«183, 

191, 19d.« 
Benson, 217. 
Benedict, 63, 72. 
Bicknell. 136,* 247. 
Bickford, 184. 
Blgnell, 2U5. 
Birdseli, 60. 
Bishop, 38, 58, 75, 92, 

153,* 210. 
Blackinton,90.* 
Blacket, 93.* 
Blake, 135. 
Blaisdale, 169.* 
Blackman, 214, 215. 
Blandin, 32. 
Blaxton, cbt. 
Bioud, 115. 
Bliss, 16, 36, 42, 52, 53,s 

67, 64, 65, 73, 99,* 

101,* 103, 107,* 125,a 

167, 189, 221.* 
Boo til, 61. 
Bonney, 170, 231. 
Borden, 236. 
Bosworth, 53, 139, 149, 

156, 245,* 204. 
Bourn, 115.* 
Bo wen, 33, 64, 97,* 137, 

128, 149, 177, 180,* 

191, 219, 222,* 240.S 
Bowers, 34. 
Bowler, 70. 
Boyce, 52. 
Bofco, 158.5 
Bradford, 15, 18, 19, 

164,* 179.* 
Bradley, cht., 230.* 
Brady, 189. 
Brambles, 67. 
Bray, 70, 176. 
Brayton, 120. 
Brewster, 152, 173, 174. 
Brit^ham, 164. 
Briggs, 74. 149, 154.* 

168, 173, 190, 217.* 
Bristol, 225.S 
Brindle, 183. 
Broderick, 93. 
Broadshaw, 179, 182. 
Brodda8t,180. 
Brown, 38,* 46.* 80, 

115, 136.* 159,T 161, 

177,* 182,* 186,* 209, 

211,' 213, 216, 220,* 

223,* 249. 



Broughton, cht. 
Brooks, cht. 
Bruning, cht. 
Br^'ant, cht. 
Buck, 153. 
Buckland, 199. 
Bucklln. 31, 207, 249. 
Bacon, 158. 
Budd, 179. 
Buol, 61. 
Buffam, 75. 
Bugbee, 234.* 
Bulas, 216. 
Bullock, 36, 51, 159,* 

214.* 
Bump, 243.* 
Bunker, 110. 
Burr, 92, 184.* 
Burk, 144. 
Burt, 106. 
Burrill, lfl4,* 210. 
Burns, 87. 
Burgvn, 167. 
Bnrbank, 177.* 
Burliogame, 55.* 
Burnett, 113. 
Burdick, 236.* 
Burnham, 22T. 
Bushnell, 228. 
Bush, 112,* 253. 
Bushee, 209. 
Butts, 150. 
Butler, 78, 186, 217. 
Butterfield, 118. 
Butterworth, 48, 61. 

122, 134, 198,133. 

O. 

Calder, 70. 

Calhoun, 143,* 174,* 

175. 
Caldwell, 178. 
Calkins, 151. 
Campbell, 57, 222. 
Cameron, 104. 
Capron,65, 151.* 
Carr, 118.* 
Carder, 137. 
Carmitte, 56. 
Carpenter, 31, 51, 64, 

68,* 71, 78,* 90,* 115, 

123, 124, 167,* 198, 

209,* 140. 
Carr, cht. 
Carrier, 116. 
Carson, 189. 
Caruthers, 187. 
Cary, 212,* 247. 
C;isey, 70, 192. 
Cass, 74.* 
Caswell, 148. 
Cave, cht. 



Ceosar, 34, 205. 

Chadwick, 150. 

Chafee, 54, 125, 126,* 
222.* 

Charaberlayne, 178. 

Chapman, 38, 213. 

Chappel, 169,2 go. 

Chase, 52, 53, 62,* 147, 
160,» 164, 217, 218,* 
221.* 

Chenery, 255.* 

Cheoney, 188. 

Chickering, 128. 

Childs, 54,2 164. 

Chipman, 87. 

Christy, 71. 

Christie, 127. 

Christvan, 84. 

Church, 188,7 iqx. 

Clark, 14 61, 48, 75, 
113, 119,* 162, 174, 
210,7 215, 230,* 235.* 
256 

Clapp, 171.* 

Clayton, cht. 

Clement, 104. 

Clifford, 71. 
Clough, 106. 

Cobb, 172.* 
Codding, 66.* 
Coggshall, 101,* 181.* 
Colby. 67, 105,2 188.' 
Cole, 59,* 104,* 128,* 

142, 164, 181,* 187. 
Coleman, 111.* 
Colegrove, 214.* 
Collins, 180, 216. 
Colopy, 113. 
Colvin, 236,* 237.» 
Congor, 93,7 i5«,« 
Cooms, 237. 
Connor, 232. 
Corey, 117, 227. 
Cooper, 19, 60,* 177,* 
122, 134, 219, 230, 
241,* 20, 29. - 
Cowles, 159.» 
Cornell, 184. 
Covel, 30, 35, 58. 
Couch, 192. 
Cowel, 194. 
Craig, 183. 
Cram, 172. 
Crego, 226. 
Crocker, 75. 
Crompton, 24. 
Cronk, 60. 
Cross, 179. 
Crossman, 65, 176. 
Crosby, 73. 
Crowningshield, 89. 
Curtis, 84, 115,* 217, 
Comstock, 91. 



PECK GENEALOGY. 



Dinctt. &l. 1T3 
Uufurth. 83.' 



u'db. ilT. 

2,i nil," iai.'iM, 

, 43,' iii," ais, 

n', SI, M, «e, 100, 
io, III. 



Dlnkle, IT». 
DIckiaD, 113.. 

IMeklui, ITl. 
DIcklDHD, lU.i 
Dli, 1». 
Dlion, llfl. 
DodBc, 7*.i,8e,>in.> 



Dr.iivri, 60, SI, 1I7,' 
I>olty.aiB,' 



EiiiJi, ai,"i;'2.'m. 

■- Ellmbctb, 31,4; 
Km.;r'.on,T*,m,*18: 



l.li, 2M, zo»,> mt, 

UhtT, 67, 71. IK,' 
kid, SM. 



'ry, 1J4.> 

■uller, 43, sa,l(«,ll 



HamlJn, ia»,< £!4.i 

Hundy, ill,! ;0(.< 
Hangfap. chl. 
-ll>ni»b,m,I4g. 
Randall, 21£. 



t, we, aii.t i 

ling. 229. 






Hubbinl, IBL 
HubbvU.IS2. 
Hubb«rt,18. 

Humphrey, IM, ». 



JiKkaon, &5,tl3T. 
Jun*., HIT.' 

jMPjb., i;,i Me,> an. 

JiUElu, S3, £S,' >u.> 
Jevelt, M. 

Jlllwn, 140. 
JobnaoB, TI,' SB, tM, 
2S1. 24fl. S&S. 

Jone«,a:,= »s,iM,ni, 

2u;. 21J. Jjl J4tl 



K«l«y, i;( 
Kennlcut.: 



Imlrv. 70, J», 1» I 
148. iM. 



Happen, 
HopkjQ*, 



mwS, 182, 233.* 
.^akt, ta,' M, 136. 

Ark)n, S3.' 

«thuii, ITO.' 
Laurence. IN. 

Auvbls'id, US.' 
Lawreoca, S3, 90, SI 
Lavlon, lSi.< 

LcKh, 2ia. 

.eak. cbt. 



^...dley, 1(1. 

.iDdirv, IH ■ 2 

.inkfldd, 21T. 



Luther! 12*i' US. ISO,' 



Lov^T.SI 



Uinln, 
Usrtln. 



Haril'DdnJe, 1 
fi™rl.l<., I'±!. 



H>iweU.»l,U94ta,i 

iw, ist." 

ICayo, 113. 

IIay,ISt,9H,M*,l«. 

lb7MS,m> 



Uedbury, 12S. 

3[i, iiu. iig,> sit, 

222, 211, 2W.t 



OHmeqDin, 101 
Uagood, 133.' 
0»eraker, BB, 

P. 
Paddlerout, 141 

HuddlcfoiM, 224 
Pflddock, 21 2." 
Pa«,i:ht.,tS flS,' TS, 

1»S,< Im', »»,'*311,'> 
Palmer, U, Sl,> SI, 

Parklnwoi llS.i 



Ulddleton. eht.* 
MIgK., 114. 

Ulller, m, m.|i«,> 

Ullla,' 113. 

Ill Hani, 12S,> 1ST,> 

111.' ia».' 

Uluhell, U, 2S0,> 



Uorria, TS,^ SO.t 
llorrlnn, 180. 
Uoiher, ISS. 
Slowry, ¥S. ISI. 
Uunell, 198. 
Uurdock. IM. 
Uurry. 1U2. 
Milshgraie, cbl. 
tlylH, ISS. 



Nl'obol. lit. 
NIckenoD, m, Sit.* 
trie, S6. 



Nonhap, 18T. 



Norihap, 



Bead,4S,tl,lSl,141,' 
2U1, 2lD, 211, 114, 

Reed' '»'. 30, Itl, 1T3,< 



PHyne, 121. 
Peabody, 181. 
Peariall, «2.> 
Pe8r»D,14>,lTa, ITS, 



Pliliwd. 84. 
PlatI, lai. 
Plliier, i;B. 
PItH, 1"). 
Polhamm, OT. 
P..liiianUet,m,13>.> 

Potior, 61. 110, 111," 

PowsH, 81, zn. 

Poirel, 310. 
Pnilt, 04. 100, 10*. 
Price. 11S.< 



QaiolT.IO. 

gSlmty, 2 



Itankln, 113. 

Ray, SS'. 



Rockvood, 80. 
Rogert, 1j,> 1S,i V. 
lit, 113, 114,118.' 



Pblney, 44,' 241." 
Philip, li. 

i^rtng,'l33.>' ,' 
n. &. Gl, 13, SS,> 
lua, 130, 11J,IM, 
, IM, ■Ml,' 131, 



einbnrn, S8. 

■ifurd, SS,' lit, IW. 



buiinr.y, 06 
hulu, itl. 



SmlA. M 



n, 33, M, 

. «», 71,' 



412 



PECK GENEALOGY. 



1W,« 188,» IM, IW, 
204, 2l>6, 210, 217, 
218, 219, 220,* 240,« 
264. 

South wick. 217. 

South worth, 237. 

Souls, 213. 

Spalding, Ids. 

Spencer, 71, 147, 207, 
210, 220. 

Spicer, 227. 

Spooner, 72. 

Sprague, 63,? 140. 

Spring, 93.' 

Starton, chi. 

SUrks, 162, 188. 

Sulev,95.< 

Stanford, 127. 

SUnly, 192. 

Stearns, 98.* 

Stebbint, M. 

Steer, 215. 

Stephens, 186,* 213, 
216. 

SteUon, 251. 

Sleeves, 174. 

Stevens, 116, 118/176. 

Stiles, 22, 23, 143,* 163, 

T'ft 

Still well, 235. 
Stock well, 158.« 
Stodard, 57, 88.* 
Strader, 171.* 
Strieker, 85. 
Strlvner, 209. 
Strong, 241.* 
Stuart, 63. 
Stewart, 176. 
Stnblefield, 107. 
Strader, 171. 
Sturtevant, 84,1 
Sullivan, 146. 
Sunderland, 249. 
BurgenB, 150. 
Button, 129. 
Swain, 110. 
Bwayze, 145. 
Sweet, 85, 134, 149, 

235. 212.« 
Sweeting, 124. 
Sweeny, 23.3. 
Sweetrand,40, 136,235. 
Sylvester, 169. 

T. 
Tabor, 168,2 igg^t 2I8. 



Taber, 200. 

Talbot, 22,* 23, ;i39, 

181, » 190.* 
Taft, 186* 
Tanner, 243.* 
Taylor, cht., S4,*.85, 

233. 
Temple, 70. 
Thane, 108.* 
Thompson, 64, 60, 

226. 
Thomas, 102, 150, 171, 

172.* 
Thorn, 106. 
Thornton, 146.* 
Thresher, 193.* 
Throop, 135, 139, 

43. 
Thurber, 69, 89, 125, 

206, 214, 255. 
TiflPl, 140, 178. 
Tilden,253.w 
Tingley, 69,* 92.* 
Titus, 48. 
Toggett, 71. 
Toogood, 137. 
Tooiy, 178. 
Tolman, 102.* 
Tompkins, 82. 
Toney, 41. 
Tbpham, 155.* 
Torry, 17, 249. 
Tower, 39, U6, 220,* 

253. 
Townsend, 78, 252. 
Tracy, 192. 
Trimm, 237.* 
Tripp, 128. 
Trow, 231. 
Trusdale, 127. 
Tubbs, 233. 
Tucker, 106,* 114. 
Tunstall, cht. 
Turner, 154,* 152, 171, 

174, 44. 
Turnbull, 181.* 
Tultle, 60, 220. 
Twichell, 233. 

U. 
Usher, 149. 

V. 

Vallett, 236.* 
I Vananlwerp, 96. 



Vanderburgh, 85. 
Vanderworker, 96.* 
Vanthusen, 84. 
Vavasar, cht.* 
Veach. 110.* 
Vial, 208, 222.* 
Viol, 150. 
Vincent, 69.* 
Vinekum, 190. 
Vore, 107. 

W. 

Wade, 42,B 49, 146. 

Wagman, 60,* 

Wafte, 72. 

Wa cott, 46. 

Wa ker, 123, 141, 214, 

218 
Wallace, 152.* 
Waldron, 164, 180.* 
Walden, 215. 
Waltiers, 197. 
Walling, 236.* 
WamsitU, 15. 
Ward, 76, 78, 178, 

182. 
Warden, 60, 128. 
Wardwell, 153. 195.» 
Warner, 158,* 251. 
Wares, 239. 
Washington, 157.* 
Waters, cht., 22. 
Watford, cht. 
Watson, 83. 
Waterman, 83. 
Weatherwaz, 60. 
Weaver, 124,* 165. 
Welden, cht. 
Woldon, 168. 
Weller, 150. 
West, 124,* 125, 168, 

250. 
Westcott, 161. 
Wembome, cht. 
Wheaton, 66,* 132, 

159. 
Wheeler, 38. 39,* 52, 

87,2 100,* 104, 111, 

145, 146, 156, 214,* 

229, 256. 115. 
Wheelock, 184. 64. 
Whipple, 38, 55,2 ^gt 

59,2 79,2 80,* 91,* 92, 

212, 258,2 39. 



Whltaker,41,4&,*n^ 

246, 247. 
White,65,e9,99,U4,» 

242.* 
Whitcomb, 117.2 
Whiicing, 167. 
Whyland, 82. 
Widel, 95. 
Winthrop, 189. 
Wilbor, 101. 
Wilbur, 151.* 
Wild, M. 
Wilkinson, 91. 
Wilcox, 99,* 129,* 1». 
Wilmarth, 122, IS, 

121. 
Wilmoth, 207. 
William, 32. 
Williams, 49, 64, 65, 

100,3 2U9. 
Willson, 66, 98, 155,* 

239. 
Wilkinson, 220. 
Willse, 00. 
Willard, 71, 135, 217. 
Wlllet, 226. 
Winchester, 42, 133.* 
Windsor, SO* 2IB,* 

226.* 
Winter, 201. 
Winn, 232. 
Wing, 63, 238. 
Wise, 257. 
Wis wold, 60.* 
Wiston, 82. 
Walcott, 46. 
Woodin, 60. 
Woodworth, 69. 
Woodward, 81,« 91, 

108,* 188, 238.* 
Woodford, 88. 
Wood, 93, 111, 138, 

153, 208,* 237. 
Wort hi njf ton, 33. 
Wortman, 225. 
Wrijfht, 71, 116,* 145, 

161.* 
Writman, 82. " 
Wythe, 185. 

Y. 

Yates, 63. 
Yong. 21, 56, 167. 
You, 210, 237.* 



APPENDIX. 



BOSTON AND HINGHAM PECKS. 



A. 

Abintl . . . 




109 


B. 




Benjamin . . 


. • 


17 


Ben^ Amin . . 


• • 


26 


Benjamin . . 
Bei^ amin . . 


• . 


37 


• . 


51 


Ben amin • • 
Bei\ amin • • 


. . 


71 


• . 


72 


Bei^amin . • 


• . 


119 


B. 






Ebenezer . . 


• • 


81 


Bbenczer . . 


• • 


60 


Sbenezer . • 


. • 


84 


Elizabeth . . 


• • 


4 


Elizabeth . . 


. • 


21 


EUzabeth . . 


• . 


23 


Elizabeth . . 


• . 


♦44 


Elizabeth . . 


• a 


M 


Elizabeth . . 


• • 


62 


Elizabeth . . 


. . 


63 


Elizabeth . . 


• . 


64 


EUzabeth . . 


. . 


66 


Elizabeth . • 


. • 


83 


Elizabeth . . 


• • 


87 


Elizabeth . . 


• * 


108 


Elizabeth . . 


. . 


113 


Elizabeth . . 


. • 


140 


Elizabeth . . 


. . 


143 


Ei^ah. . . . 


. • 


144 


P. 






Faith .... 


. . 


20 


Faith .... 


• . 


69 


H. 






Hannah . . • 


. . 


49 


Hannah . . . 


t • 


135 


I. 
larael .... 


. . 


8 



J. 

James 81 

James . . . • • 92 

James . . • . • 120 

Jane 77 

Joanna 85 

Joanna 130 

John 10 

John 14 

John 16 

John 84 

John 39 

John 42 

John 54 

John 68 

John 69 

John 100 

John 104 

John 106 

John 106 

John 114 

John 124 

John • 127 

John 131 

John 146 

Joseph . . • • . 8 

Joseph 9 

Joseph 11 

Joseph 13 

Joseph 63 

Joseph 68 

Joseph 70 

Joseph 86 

Joseph 89 

Joseph 90 



Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 



M. 



24 

28 
86 
41 

46 

48 



Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 

Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 



67 
93 
101 
117 
123 
128 
134 
142 



Margaret .... 136 

Margaret .... 138 

Margery .... 3 

Moses 115 

N. 

Nathaniel .... 

Nathaniel .... 19 

Nathaniel. ... 38 

Nathaniel .... 60 

Nathaniel. ... 133 

Nathaniel. ... 141 

Nathan 76 



Paul , 
PhiUp 



P. 



6 
99 



R. 



Rachel 22 

Rachel 57 

Rachel 78 

Rachel 129 

Rebecca 139 

Richard 1 

Robert 110 

RobertM 40 

8. 

Samuel 29 

Samuel 82 

Samuel 46 

Samuel 62 

Samuel 78 

Samuel 76 

Samuel 94 



Samuel 90 

Samuel 97 

Samuel 107 

Samuel 112 

Samuel 116 

Samuel 121 

Samuel 122 

Samuel 120 

Samuel 132 

Samuel 140 

Sarah 12 

Sarah 47 

Sarah Ill 

Sarah 137 

Simon 7 

T. 

Tabatha .... 74 

Thankful .... 61 

Thomas H. ... 30 

Thomas H. . . . t43 

Thomas 16 

ThomaSyJr. . . . 18 

Thomas ..... 00 

Thomas 79 

Thomas 82 

Thomus 88 

Thomas 96 

Thomas 98 

Thomas 102 

Thomas 103 

Thomas ...*.. 118 

W. 
William .... 26 
William .... 27 
William .... 33 
William .... 86 
William .... 66 
William .... 80 
William .... 91 
WiUiam .... 126 
William Dan- 
dredge .... 147 



♦ See th« will of Thomas Handasyde Peck, page 271, for this name. 
I See his will, page 271, for the name^ 

OTHER NAMES. 



B. 
Baker, 276. 
Baley, 270. 
Brewer, 277. 

O. 
Gary, 272. 
Chandler, 270. 
Child, 277. 
Cladin, 276. 
Clap, 286.« 
Clough, 276. 
Collins, 277. 

D. 
Down, 277. 

E 
Edet, 271.S* 

F. 
Fisher, 267. 
Fams worth, 200. 



86* 



G. 

GambardeUa, 274. 
Oooch, 267. 
Gould, 276. 
Green, 270. 

H. 

Hamilton, 270. 

J. 
Jackson, 270. 

K. 
Kelly, 270. 

L. 
Landerjjrro. 
Lamb, 270. 

M. 

Mar«baU,2n. 
Maaon, 270. 



Mitehel, 270, 270. 
Mosley, 270. 
Murrin, 270. 

O. 

Odell, 270. 

P. 

Parker, 270. 
Penneman, 270. 
Perkins, 270,>2n, 272, 

270. 
Philips, 209. 
Potter, 267. 

B. 

Rogers, 270. 
Roberto, 270. 

8. 
Savage, 200. 



Bergeant, 270. 
ShaUuck, 272. 
Stickney, 268. 
Soloman, 209. 
Symms, 271. 

T. 
Thurston, 208. 

V. 
Valineott, 270. 

W. 

Washington, STS. 
Waldo, 207. 
White, 270. 
Webster. 274. 
Wells, 870. 
WUlis, 270. 
WInthrop«, 279. 



PECK GENEALOQT. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PECK, OP MENDON, MASS. 



Abraham,' of Colcralnc, Itaai. . 
Afanhsm.' of Colrmlne. Uui. . 
•C Coopersvlllc, Mioh 



>,• of Athfon 

I of Pruc[or.Tllio, VI 

C.i'of Boilan, Uui 

or UODKD, bat).' '. 



Xbeneier,* of Attaford, Conn. . . , 

Bllih*,' or Ablnolon, Conn 

Eiekicl,' or North Blchmoild, N.H. 



Jamei.'of Wellon, Vl. . 

Juon,* dr W«t Bufford, 
Jecry.'of.Blake];, Pa. . . 



1,' of Aahford, Coon. 
i,< or Wuton, Vl. , . 
i.'orPeekTllLc. Pa. , 



of PeekvllU, P». . 

n»n, Uaia 

I.S, 1M6 



town, Maaa. . 
i>n,'lia^.' * 



ID H.,' of fiwanier, N.B. . 



>r Bdcbenown, ICau. 



Buanal,>irfB1akel«T,Pa. 

BunuelJ.,' of NenToik 

t<amuclL.,<of Pwkvllle.pB 

Sceava'cuf EaitSomerrllle, Itaaa. . 



B 


dEFr,280.< 
1 Jwln. 280.^ 


lIcrthoLp.Ml. 
IIa»er>, 2S0, 28. 
Bow.n, asT. 



Cady, »!.• 

rhampfo'n, MS. 
UiLburn,2S3, 2ST. 



Icr, iw. ■ 

oV, asa. 



Kity, 2Sa. 

F. 
Fnrrar ass, 
Fenn. iw. 



Oraot, :»«. 

n. 

rrmhaway, ISO. 



NAMES. 

Hoar, 267. 



Murcy, 380. 
UcAf.ler, -i 



coU, 1X1. 
P. 
lllnelll, Vi\. 



Whtw, 388. 
WIIhd, 381, ^ ns. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH PECK, OP MILFORD, CT. 



'QfNoi 



II, Conn. . 
S.Y. . , . 



AbnLhin^.x of UllToni, Ctmii. '. '. 
*AhntfiuD/of Miirprd, Ooon. . 

•Alnh.-otJiy.N.V 

•Audnv.* a. >l BuUernuU, H.T. 
Amlel.iorBnioklleJd.Cami. . . 
" "" e,Ohlo . 



Amoi,- 



■oriTe*»....,uuou. . . 

'oTElrookflild, Conn, , . 

,iDiH,SofH>»u»D,Conn. . . 
*Ani(» S^" of Newlown, Ooon 
Andrew,' of New Ulirurd, Cum 
•AnoOi'arWoadbrldn.OoaD. . 
•Amoo ,• ofKew Durbun, N.T, 
•AriB C.,' (DD. at Newlown, Coi 
*Auh()],*ar Wrtload, N.Y. . . 



BBo]ia)n,tofllLlfDrd, Oonn. . . . 
Sanjiunln,' at Wnlenuwn, Cann. 
■Bi^uDln C.,' of Woodbury. Conn. 
•BsrAMBlo,) of UUford, Ooon. 
•Blrd*i>y>,< oreimtrorf, Coon. 
•Bfoomn,' of Nun York cUy 
'SorwoU,' of Durhim, M.S. . 



•Ornu.'ofNewDurliii 

II 

Duil«I,>Br:Ti!wlawD, o 

•Duii«l>afbarh^il 

D«n,«of!«BWlown,dim: 



Dav1d,>ofNi*tawn,Oonn. . 
•Pirld,' of Niwlown, Conn. . 

•lUYld,' of Jk, N.Y 

•D«ld N.,' Df^swtown. Conn 



£ta«n«er.< ofNowlowB, (Jomi. . 
•KdwMFd R.I Slow, Ohio .... 

Ell.'orUcrbj.Conn 

Ell,>DfJ<!ricbu, Vt 

■Ell.'afairMUbora.'Ohlo , . . 
BllM,'ofBhiind»kfin,N.Y. . . . 
KtUsb.'orHlDHbnivli, Vt.. . . 
■KTlabmT.,'otH11fanl,Conn. . 
■BlD>VIf.,<RlchUn<l,1l1<ih.. . 
BlDMhu,' of NtiwtuwD. Conn. . 
•KlmUhim.'ofSiilibnn'.N.y. . 
•KLn«h«o ' of Nt w Brlwln, Conn. 



Ephnlm,' of t4ew 



it Woodbory, Oonn. 



GeoTgt,* of BindnM, Vt. . 

Oldeont' of'kewlowD, Coon 
UldeoD,' of Nawlown, Conn 

nenTf.-arunfard, Conii. . 



•Uonrr.'o^BlncUburv', 6blo 
•Henry E^' of Na* Hsven, Co 

•EUary W.,' 

Hbbtt.* of BfookHald, Conn. . 



J. 



!wlowD^Conn. 

Now HaVeD', C 
Milford, Coon. 
WAUrtown, Oo 
WaWrtown ru, 

>r Woudbi 



•Jeramlah,* of Woodbury, Cong 
Jerre.* of Woodbrld|«. Conn. 

Job,' of ilrit/ord, Coon.'. '. . 

Job,* of ainlfard, Oonn. . . . 

JobD,to(Ullford,OoBn. . . . 

John ,< of Brldcepo rt. Oo no. . 

Jolin,*ortIIUI>Td,Gonn. . . . 

John,* of Nawlown. Conn. . . 

John,* of UUAflBld, Conn. . . 

.Tohn.'ofairmlford.Conn. . , 

John,* of Krooklkld, Conn. . 

•John j"' of 9yr»cn», S.Y. '. 
Johna./ofNansataek, Conn. 
John A.,*orBri>okll<ld,ODnn. 
•John,* of BnrtlngUn, VL . . 
•John B.,* of Wilmington, N.C, 
•John N.,' L«, lEu*. . . . . 
•John,' otWoodbrldgv, Conn. 
•JohnB.,'Df Hawtown.OoDD. 
•John,' of MlUbnt, Oonn, , . 



416 



PECK OENEALOGT. 



•Jonathan M..^ of Angnrta, Oa 830 

Jofleph,2of MllfordfCunn 2 

Joseph,*of Newtown, Conn 7 

JoBeph,s of Mllford, Conn 10 

Jo8eph,«of Newtown, Conn 28 

JoBeph,*of Newtown, Conn 88 

Joseph,* of Woodbury, Conn Ill 

•Joseph," d. at Camden, N.Y 265 

•Jost ph,« of New Lisbon, N.T 430 

Joshua,*of Jay, N.Y 213 

Joslah,'^ of Stratford. Conn 138 

Jud8on,Bof Stratfora, Cunn 136 

Julius,<( of Sharon, Conn 196 

•JuUaBB.,«ofWaverly,Ul 027 

L. 

Levi,* Southbnry, Conn 164 

Lervirus,* of Newtown, Conn. ....... 157 

•Lorin,«of Newtown, Conn 325 

'•Lyman,^ of StreeUboro', Ohio 699 

M. 

•MarqnIsD.L..* Litchfield, Conn 333 

Michael," of Milford, Conn 889 

Michael," of Brookiield, Conn 680 

Michael,* of Milford, Conn 131 

Moses,*of Newtown, Conn 25 

N. 

Nathan,« of Stratford, Conn 42 

Nathan," of Sandgate, Vt 107 

Nathan,Bof Newtown, Conn. . ••..•• 155 

Nathan," of New Haven, Conn 388 

•Nathan,' of Leighton, Mich 736 

•Nathan,' of New Haven, Conn. 818 

Nathaniel,' of Newtown, Conn 15 

Nathaniel/ of Hinesburg,Vt. 66 

•Normoni' of Monroe, Conn 250 

O. 

Oliver,* Newton, Conn 163 

P. 

♦Philo," of New Jersey 453 

Phlne.i8,* of Amity, Conn 31 

Phineaa," of Woonbridgc, Conn 119 

Phineas,*) of Woodbridge, Conn 369 



Phinea«,«ofWatcrtowii, N.Y 421 

•Pliineaa,'ofColebrook«Coiin 1U 

R. 

Rnfas,«ofStreeUboro',Ohio 21 

•Russell," ST 

•Russell,' of Stow, Ohio 72 

♦Reuben," of Westfield, N.Y 27 

•Roberts.," of Newton, Oonn 61 

8. 

Samiiel,> of Milford, Conn 1 

SaraueU^ of Milford, Conn 3 

Samuel,* of Newtown, Conn fl 

Samuel F.,* of Woodbridge, Conn 19 

Samuel/ of Milford, Conn 13 

Samuel,* of Newtown, Conn U 

Samuel," of Woodbridge S7 

•Samuel B.," of Newtown, Conn M 

•Samuel M.,' of Watertown, Conn Tfl 

Shadrack,* of Newtown, Conn li 

Sherman," of Bridgewater, Conn 44 

•Silas J. 'of Woodbridge, Conn 78 

Siroeon,*of Watertown, Conn 11 

•Simeon B.," of Newtown, Conn H 

T. 

Thaddeus," Stratford, Conn 49 

Thomas W.," of Newtown, Conn. ..... 48 

•Thoma»,'ofWihnlngton,N.Y 68 

•Turney," of Newtown, Conn 28 

•Truman," of Monroe, Conn 45 

W. 

•Wooster," of Newtown, Conn 30 

•Williams.," of Euclid, Ohio 70 

•William H.,' of Hudson, Ohio 70 

♦William,' of Woodbridge, Conn 77 

•WiUiamS..'ofBroQltfield,Conn M 

•Wyllys.'ofNew Haven, Conn 81 

Z, 

•Zalmon,* of Brookfield, Conn 6 

ZalmoD,* of Newtown, Conn 14 

♦Zalraon 8.,' of Newtown, Conn 88 

ZenuB,* of Woodbridge, Conn 12 

Zera.« of Brookfield, Conn 44 

Zecab,'>of Hiivesburg, Vt 61 



OTHER NAMES. 



A. 

Allen, 292. 
Ailing, 315.« 
Anderson, 319. 
Andrews, 293, 322. 
Arnold, 312. 
Atwood, 313. 
Avery, 299. 

B. 
Baily, 322. 
Baldwin, 291, 293,311, 

314,* 321. 
Barrus, 314. 
Barney, 302. 
Barton, 320. 
Bartlot, 323. 
Bossctt, 297. 
Bates, 315. 
Beach, 320. 
Beardulce, 308. 
Bennett, 297. 
Benedict, 309. 
Beers, 295,* 299, 306, 

312, 311. 



Bceoher, 294, 302, 306, 

314.» 
Beckwith, 322. 
Betts, 294. 
Birdseye, 304. 
BIrdsell, 296. 
Blake, 312. 
Blackman, 296, 803, 

306, 310, 311, 323, 
Blois, 301. 
Bodes, 322. 
Botsford, 298, 299, 308, 

311, 312. 
Booth, 293, 296, 298, 

304, 308, 312.* 
Brady, 313. 
Bradley, 294, 813.* 
Brisco, 308,3 320. 
Bristol, 295. 
Brownell, 307. 
Brooks, 303. 
Bryan, 302. 
Buckingham, 810.*i 
Bull, 291. 
Bunnell, 303. 



Burr, 300.307. 
Burrett, 298«. 
Burritt, 299. 
Burweli, 289.» 

C. 
Cadwelder, 321. 
Camp, 290, 292, 293, 

297, 301, 310. 
Candee, 321. 
Canfleld, 320. 
Carrington, 297. 
Casey, 318. 
Castle, 299. 
Cathcart, 311. 
Clark, 291, > 294, 803, 

307, 311 ,» 321. 
Coborn, 296. 
Coe, 321. 
Colt, 321. 
Corning, 317. 
Cornwcll, 320. 
Crowfoot, 307, 308. 
Curtis, 298, 804, 310, 

812.« 



Cnmmings, 313. 
CurchhiU, 315. 

D. 
Darrow, 308. 
Davis, 300. 
Devan, 321. 
Dibble, 313. 
Dimond, 306, 308. 
Dix, 819. 
Dudley, 311. 
Dunbar, 311. 
Duncan, 317. 
Dunning, 311. 

E. 
Eldridgc, 311. 
Erwin, 307. 

F. 
Fabrlque, 305. 
Fairchild, 308, 315. 
Fairman, 298, 300. 
Fairwealher, 307, 
Ferris, 306. 



APPENDIX. 



41 1 



Fcnn, 297.« 
Flsk, 291. s 
Ford, 291,292,314. 
Foot, 297, 322. 
Foster, 313. 
Fowler, 311.« 
French, 318. 

G. 

Gannett, 318. 
Gardner, 313. 
Garfield, 313. 
Gifford, 313. 
Gillett, 313, 315.* 
Gilbert, 304, 308. 
Glover, 298, 299, 307, 

320. 
Graves, 305. 
Qriffen, 295, 300, 806. 
Gunn,297.« 

H. 
Hall, 290, 806, 313. 
Hamlin, 312. 
Hard, 304. 
Hathaway, 312. 
Hawley, 308, 310, 321. 
Hayes, 290. 
Headley, 318. 
Hill, 318. 
Hine, 294. 302. 
Holly, 301. 
Hooker, 302, 318. 
Hood, 318. 
Hubbcll, 299. 
Hurlburt, 311. 
Huntingdon, 301. 
Hard, 314. 

J. 
Jackson, 296." 
Jarvis, 312. 
Jennings, 294. 
Jenkins, 813. 
Jones, 309, 320. 
Johnson, 298, 290, 

320. 
Judd, 313.« 
Judson, 294, 300,* 301. 



K. 

Kellog, 322. 

Keeler, 304, 305, 320, 

322. 
Keyse, 301. 
Keyes, 318. 
Kirtland, 308. 
Kimberly, 290. 

L. 
Lacy, 306, 307. 
Lake, 296,300, 812. 
Lakin, 307. 
I^Ambert, 292, 296, 301, 

315. 
Lathrop. 300. 
Law, 322. 
Lawrence, 301. 
Leavenworth, 295. 
Lewis, 294. 
Lent, 321. 
Livingston, 320. 
Lobdell, 298. 
Longhtreet, 318. 
Loomis, 320. 
Lum, 320. 



Malroy, 291. 805. 
Mallory, 312, 305. 
Maltby, 302. 
Marshall, 300,> 315. 
Mayherr, 313. 
Mead, 310. 
Mclten, 313. 
Merriman, 302. 
Merwin, 304, 311, 320. 
McCellan, 318. 
Morgan, 311. 
Morris, 301. 
Morse, 322. 
Morehouse, 305. 
Mood, 314. 
Munson, 302. 

N. 
Nash, 299, 301. 
Newton, 302. 
Nichols, 308. 



Northrop, 200, 292,* 
293,305,307,808,300. 

O. 
OBbom, 314. 

P. 

Parmalee, 308. 
Payne, 308, 322. 
Perclval, 307. 
Perry, 322.« 
Pettegrew, 316. 
— Phebe, 292. 
Picket, 318. 
Piatt, 291, 293, 294,* 

302, 322. 
Port<r, 295. 
Prudcn, 207. 

R. 
Kalyea, 299. 
Kaynor, 316.« 
Kaymon, 300. 
Rich, 313. 
Richards, 289. 
Riggs, 302. 
Root, 320. 
Kuggles, 297, 822. 

8. 
Sample, 305. 
Sanford, 290, 300, 313,* 

321. 
Scott, 302. 
Scoviile, 313. 
Segar, 296. 
Seymore, 302. 
Sharp, 299, 305. 
Shaw, 313. 
Sheldon, 315.* 
Shepherd, 292, 307. 
Sherman, 293, 307,297, 

304, 308 s 321, 322. 
Sherwood, 299. 
Shute, 296. 
Hickles, 307. 
Skidmore, 296,* 297, 

298. 
Smith, 295,* 297,* 803, 



809, 810,< 814, 317, 

320,321,322.* 
Sperry, 314. 
Squires, 301. 
Staples, 305. 
Starr, 810.* 
Stillson, 299. 
Stone, 294, 296, 816. 
Strong, 297.* 
Sturgess, 304. 
Sturdivant, 300.* 
Burners, 300. 

T. 
Talcott, 812. 
Taylor, 317. 
Terrell, 296, 801, 804. 
Thomas, 315. 
Thompson, 314. 
TibbaU, 315,' 322. 
Tincom, 300. 
Tomilson, 308. 
ToUcs, 314. 
Toucey, 298, 821. 
Townsend, 315. 
Tralnor, 321. 
Treat, 297, 303. 
Turner, 808. 
Tuttle, 306. 

V. 

Vantile, 296. 
VanBuren, 817. 

Warner, 297, 311. 
WellM, 301, 304. 
Well r, 3a5. 
Wessels, 319. 
Wheeler, 294, 306, 800. 
White, 304. 
Williams, 299. 310. 
Wilkinson, 321. 
Wiriton, 305. 
Winey, 313. 
W >rth, 317. 
Wright, 323. 

Y. 

Young, 820. 



PECK GBMEALOOT. 



DESCENDANTS OP HENRY PECK, OF NEW HAVEN, CT. 



•Auon,* of Kw( Or*n(c, N J. 
Aaron', of aulOrun, NJ. 
•Asron.'of N.irYorS . . . 
Abel,' ol Nf « tlHen, Conn. 
Abl]sh.> of Doabnry, Codu. . 

AbilKh.'or AlabMik. . 

•Alfiwl,' of Florltl*. N.y. . 
•Almon,' of Jobiwon, Ohio . 
Amulafa,' of Ht. John»iLlD, X 
Ambroie,' of PiviUIn, Conn. . 
•Ammon T./ of Duibu^, Com 
Amoi,' of lit. Curniel, Coon. 
Anio.,'arHundea,Conn. . 
Amoi.'of Romdgn.CooD. . 
Rev. And™*,' of Oonliuid, N 
•Andnw,' of lltcher. N.Y. , 
•Anaon 8.,< of Cfairlolon. Ob 
•A«m ' of Spring OrMB, Wta. 
Au C.,' of kiDgtTLUe, Ubio . 



n.Coiui. . 
uitUD, Conn. . . 



•I N«v Tark. T13 



CatTln,<of PompeT.II.T. . . 
ChulM,' of Niw OiTen, Ooni 
•Coii^ll A.,' of Bjirlln, WH. . 
•Cyru.,' of Maw York city . 



Ebencier,' of Nov Rbvi 
•KKcnoier,' of Norwloh, Conn. . 
EbL-n.'cer.> of New Hivei " 
Ebtincier.' of N'eo Hsrci 
■■■ »rJ,' of W«ne, Ohio . . . 

ir.'of Wnlllneford.Conn.. 

\r,' of aoulhlnjflon. Conn, 

nr.' of Cimden, N.Y. . 

Eh,'of W«tniorel»nd,N.Y. . 
SI1,' of Aleinadcr, N.Y. . 
•EUm B.,' of I'lleber, N.Y 
EUhIiIri,' of Bouthlnglon, ' 



Klh 



ton, Cod 



iklm,«ofDmbury Conn. . 
lu,' of Florida, N.Y. . . . 

KLUhs'.' of Wsierillle, N.Y. '. 
Ellihn,' of Sew Unven, Conn. 
Ellptaatel,' of Dvibury. Conn. . 
BlIuhHlel," of ALeiBiider. N.Y. 
EpbcttJm N.,1 of Belbu;, Cona. 

F. 

Fayette 8.,' of BoiloUTlUa, N.7. . 



Re*. FnineU B 



0>lea,*of Delia, :N.7 «D 

George F-,' of Woodbridve. Comi. . . . at 

R«T. Ueoi^,' of Ssraolon. Pa T% 

•Oeorgt W.,' of Portage City, S.Y. . ■ OSt 

■Hex. Ueorga,' of froTideoee, Pa. ... K* 

•Uldeon/ of Notwlcb, COBD HI 



Ira.'of Lepacr, Uiefa M 

iHac.iofSnnd Lake, N.Y IK 

luae,' of Danube, N'.Y M 

luae L.,' of Bethany, Conn ID 

J. 

Jamei,' of New Haven, Cooo. 
JiuDea,< of New Uaren, Conn. 
•Jamei,* of New Haren, Conn. 
Jamea,' of Ban Oranoe, N J. . 
Jamea,* of Jel!toraonvlLle,]ad. . 
•Jamea U.,' of Hew Uliford, Conn. . 
jBlliIeeI,'of Norwich, Conn. . . . 
Jeramlah,' of New Haven. Conn. , 
Jereniiah.'of Brunawick^Ohlo . , 

josae/of Danbury,Co'nn! '.'.'.'. 

Je.je.'of Danbury.Conn 

Jeaie,' of Duibury, Conn 



•John C' of Fairfield, Conn. . . 

•Jobn U'.,> of New Britain, Conn 
Jonatban.'of Walllngforxl, Conn 
Jonathan,' of Norwicb, Conn. . 
Jonathan U.,> of Woodbridge, O 
Jonathan,' of Pembroli*, N.Y. . 
Jonatbui H., of Panna. N.Y. . . 
•Itcv. Jonathan K.,> of Honeadal 
,Tgai!ph,'of NewHaien.Cooo. , 

-luieub,' uf Newark, N.J 

JoJieph.'of Nowark, N.J 

Joaeph.' of NorwBlk, Conn. , . . 
Joicph.^of Norwich, Coon. . . . . . 

Joipph,* of Amity, Conn 

.roaeph,^Dr Hamden.Conn 

Hov. Joaeph.'of B— -- "— 



ilcb, Con 



wHbt 



•JoMph.'of MonUoniBry.S'.T. . . . 
JoclB./otBudLika.K.T 

L. 

Larl,' ol DmnbDrj, Codd 

•Lrri.'of Wood brlilgc, Conn 

•Lavl ll..'or Diuibury.ConD 

RaT. LcTl.t et Swifara, M.V 

t«irl«,<af Woodtirldn, Conn. . . . 
•Lawl*W..>a[l)ruii«rl<:k, Ohio . . 
LdcIui,' ot BruiHWIck, ObLo . . , . 

LDdui'or Bayieiu, Ohio 

■LdoIui W.,> gf Auitlnburg, Ohio . 
I.iiciu,<or8>ndUke.N.¥. . . . . 

L.athrr<orMldd]«io<rn,N.Y 

E*T. l.ulher H.,' of Pllcher, N,T. , 
•B«*. Lulher," of Blerllnjullt, P«. . 
•Bn. Lulher W.,> of Bjiv Park, Pa. 



HIIO.'ofHew Hav« 



,• of Ifao 



1, K.T. . 



•Nalhaulel." of 
•N»th»i ■ ■ - - 
•No»li.' 



if Walllnslbrd. Conn. 

-•'■—J- 'nd., , . 

la, N,Y. 



KeobBo'or Lime rain, n.i:. . . 
•Kllf J W.,' of Brooklyn, S.Y. . . 
Roben,' of St^w llav«D, Conn. . . 



■thany, Conn 

•Hamuel/ocurecn, N.Y 

Samuel,' of Hornet, Sf.Y 

•Samuu'l/or New Ba'Ten, Conn.' ', '. 

8tJab,>arCund«i,N.J 

•aimeon/of Norwich, Conn 

Sllu.'of WoodbrldEe.Conn 

•BIUInianB.,>d. at Cairo, 111 

*Sn,Tiy,i aii-d near Buffalo, N.Y. . . 
Ki.'i>hi'i>,> .if Walllnaford. <!^Dn. , . 
!l(,.|,l„.Fi.M,f Nbw Haven, Conn. . . . 
Bi.jiIl!'[i,' tl WoDdbrldge,Cunn. . . 
Mfi.'t,ii.:i,°.jrNorlhOrBn||a,MJ. . . 
Sr>]>luTi.^ of Woodbrldgi-.Conn. . . 
er,.|>li,'ri M.,'orLlvln«toii. NJ. . . 
ijU'iil:.iu A.,' ot Nsw Euien, Conn. . 

T, 

TlmothJ'/of Morriatown,N.J. . . . 

Timothy.' of Bethany. Conn 

•Tlnio«£yT..'o( Albany, HI 

Titua.* of Belhany. Conn 

TItua !>.,! of Bothauy, Conn 

V. 
•Vanraualer/ of Camden, H.r. . . . 

W, 

•WalWr," of Rockford, III 

•He». Weiley ,• of California . . , , 
•Or. Wilbur F..' of Wayman.Pn, . 

William,' of Uanhury, Conn 

I William,' of Ea» Oranf«, N J. . . . 

Wlllliua 8V o' Palmyra, Wit. . . . 

-~lll1ama.,'ar]>Hnbury,ConD. . , 

, ...llam.'ofNewFBlrll.ld, Conn. . 

, William S.,' of Woodbrldge, Conn. , 

- t Cairo, HI 

i^etpoal, OWo .1X1 

Z. 















Aylord.SM. 






















Ball, 321,< S30, 


83T, 


Brink, '3M.; 






i[^:%'» 










%'AZT^ 


























BurMtt, SM. 



OTHER 

BeDnett,34fl,U],»a. 
Benedict, 340, 3U.i 

S|g,.J 



)r, S3», M3. 

Bylnglon, 3(3. 

O. 
Cady, S«. 

0, S3T, S«. 
leld, BST,>Hi,a 

Carpenter, 3», 880. 
- ler.MS. 

Inotna, BU, 344 

Itt, JU. 
^..«e, 35*. 
Chaiterlon.aa*.* 



Ur, 320. 
In>, 3M, S&I. 

dli, 331). SU.* 

nin, no. 

k, sio. 
alni, 300, 



Dodd. SM, 33T. 
Doollllle, 33a. 



420 



PECK GENEALOGY. 



Ebenetha, 325. 
Kdgerton, 333, 334.* 
Edgcomb, 334. 
Eli, 340. 

F 
Failing, 354*. 
Fenn, 383. 
Fisk, 363. 
Fitch, 334, 343. 
Flagg, 357. 
Ford, 329. 
Fox, 352. 
Frances, 313. 
Friflbee, 354. 
Fulton, 365.* 

G. 

Gable, 330. 
Gngcr. 334, 343. 
Gale, 348. 
Gardner, 330. 
Garner, 345. 
Gates, 366. 
Gibbon, 362. 
Gilbert, 325, 349, 
Gillett, 335. 
Green, 350.> 
Greenslit, 353. 
Greenman, 353. 
Gridley, 330. 
Griffen. 336. 
Griswold, 359. 
Goodyear, 338. 
Gunn, 363. 

H. 
Hall, 335, 338. 
Halsey, 356.« 
Uamiin, 357. 
Harrison, 337, 356. 
Harrington, 365. 
Ilaf.tiiiK8, 334. 
Hart, 34y. 
Ilawley, 349. 
Haren, 352. 
Heat on, 327. 
Hidden, 330, 337 .« 
Hibbard, 349. 
Hick»,.'i46. 
Hine, 337. 
Hiric klfv, 353. 
Hitclicock, 327,« 331, 

330.3 ■ 
noKobom,339. 
Hoii<ington, 3)9. 
Horlon, 3.36, 355. 
Hooker, 324.* 
Uotclikiss, 324, 329, 

3;n.< 

HouKh, 325. 

Ilufl*,337. 

House, 354. _ 



Howell, 327. 
Hoyt, 34U. 
Hubbard, 335. 
Hubbell, 365. 
Hudson, 363. 
Hunt, 357. 
Hyde, 313, 365.* 

J. 
Jaffrage, 356. 
Jaquays, 351. 
Jennings, 319. 
Jones, 355. 
Johnson, 334. ■ 
Judd, 329, 340, 846, 
350. 

K. 
Kenyon, 360. 
Kessier, 363. 
Kimball, 338. 
King, 360.x 
Knapp, 340. 
KooDS, 354. 

L. 
Leach, 338. 
Learned, 311.^ 
Leek, 327, 331. 
Lewis, 339, 346. 
Lindsiey, 330. 
Lincoln, 359. 
Lines, 330. 
Low, 348. 
Loo mis, 365. 
Lyman, 360. 
Lyon, 345. 

M. 

Mallory, 349. 
Mansfield, 335. 
Manning, 356.' 
— Mary, 328. 
Mathews, 330, 345. 
McDonald, 350. 
McKwen,341. 
MoLanc, 360. 
Merrick, 349. 
Merrv, 354. 
Micliael, 354.« 
Miles, 3:32. 
Miller, ;U5. 
Miner, 336,' 365. 
Mix, 328, 339.» 
Murjfan, 3.'>0. 
Morriii, 327,= 346. 
Mor»e, ;3:i8. 
MuMson, 326, 330, 332, 

:i:w, 347, 358.« 
Munn, 345. 
Miinv, 348. 
Myers, 362.» 



N. 
Nettleton, 346. 
Newhall, 366.* 
Newton, 314.« 
Neville, 358. 
Nickerson, 350.» 
Northrop, 350.» 

O. 
Oaks, 332.> 
Osborn, 335, 350. 

P. 
Park, 349, 358, 359. 
Parks, 343. 
Patterson, 349. 
Pearsons, 330. 
Perkins, 329 ,« 334,335, 

337,344. 
Phebo, 330. 
Phipps, 339.« 
Pierson, 355,« 356. 
Pitcher, 365. 
Place, 363. 
Potter, 327, 358. 
Powers, 353.> 
Pratt, 365. 

Q. 
Quimby,356. 

R. 

Reynor, 315. 
Rich, 360. 
Roberts, 346. 
Roe, 325, 338. 
Rogers, 349.* 
Root, 339. 
Rowland, 354. 
Rudd, 334, 352. 
Ruggles, 338. 
RuBseil, 329, 349, 359. 

S. 
Sanford, 365. 
— fc?arah, 326. 
Saunders, 359. 
Savage, 324." 
Savery, 252. 
tiaj^ers, 345. 
Scranton, 358. 
Searle, 360. 
Sharp, 326. 
Sherwood, 335. 
Simons, 336. 
Simmons, 346, 356, 

305. 
Simmonda, 359. 
Simpson, 356. 
Smith, 335, 344, 852, 

353. 3 "a, 359.2 
Snell, 366. 



Spaulding, 841.* 
Sperrv. 326,« 329, «7, 

338,'344, 353. 
Scott, 365. 
Starr, 840, 348,* 349, 

350. 
StebbiDS. 849, 358. 
Stedmao, 348. 
Stevens, 326. 340,354. 
SUckney. 331, 338. 
Stiles, 363. 
Stooe, 333. 848. 

T. 
Tabor, 350. 
Taimadge. 325. 
Tator, 338. 
Taylor, 351, 85©.* 
Terry, 328. 
Tew, 365.* 
Thomas, 351.* 
Thompson, 327. 
Thurber, 330. 
Thurston, 331. 
Tickenor, 345, 356. 
Todd, 331, 847. 
ToIIes, 343. 
Townsend, 352. 
Tracy. 334. 
Tiobridge,332.* 
Trimmer, 365. 
TutUo, 338, 853, 365. 

V. 
VanA11en,854. 
Vande Bogart, 850. 

W. 
Wads worth, 331, 
Wallen, 351. 
Warren, 343, 348, 859. 
West. 360. 
Webb, 365. 
Wetherell, 347. 
White, 336, 339. 
Whitlcmore. 348. 
Whitlock, 351. 
Wilcox, 336,« 338, 357. 
Willla, 328, 334, 352. 
Willraarih, 33S. 
Willaon, 350, 352,363. 
Williams. .330, 337, 

U2,* 3.V2, 356. 
Wilmott, 329. 
Wing. 364.' 
Woodruff. 329,* 336. 
Wright, 330, 366.* 

Y. 
Yoran , 364. 
Young, 343. 



APPENDIX. 



421 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK, OP 

HARTFORD, CONN. 



AlH'l," of Bristol, Conn 

*Abel G.,^ of lio»Um, Mats 

AbUoh,* of Berlin, (.V)nn 

Abljah/ of Cayugn County, N.y. . . . 

•AbIJnh,» of LltcTiflfld, Conn 

•AbUuh,«of Norwalk, N.Y 

Abraham,^ of LitchfloUl, Conn 

Abraham,* of Cornwall, Vt 

*Alnniion A.,*>of Cornwall, Vt 

*AMin,f of Meridon, Conn 

Alfred," of Lltohtltild, (^onn 

Amos,< of Middletown, Conn 

Anios,'< of Horlln, Conn 

•Ami! C.,7 of Mamhall, N.V 

Antliony," of Marshall, N.Y 

•AnlhonyJ of Clinton, N.Y 

Ariel," of Kllfsburirh,N.y 

Asa." of Litchfluld, Conn 

Aaahel," of LItchflrld, Conn 

*A«ahel,o of Parmington, Conn 

•AusUn J. ,7 of Leoni, Mich 

» 

Benjamin,* of Litchflold, Conn 

Benjamin,'* of Litchfield, (!onD. .... 
•Bei|Jamlu,« Palonvilie, N.Y 

C 
*Chauncoy," of Litchfield. Conn. . . . 
•Chauncey,' of Brownhelm, Ohio . . . 

Cornelius,* of Litchfield, Conn 

•Cornelius W.,' Berlin, Conn 

I) 

David," of Bouthington, (^nn 

•De Witt C.,» of Mexico, N.Y 

K 

Edward,* of Berlin, Conn 

♦Kdward,T of MurHlmll, N.Y 

♦Kdwln 0.,T of Ulfhmond Centre, Ohio 

Eliada," of Lltchflild, Conn 

Kldad "of Berlin. (;unn 

*KIUah M. » of Litchfield, Conn. . . . 

•Elijah," of Litchfield, Conn 

•Klljtth,* of Berlin, Conn 

•Kli ah," of Lenox, Marts. . 

Eti'*ha.« of LiU'hfleld, Conn 

Klisha,<* of Brownhelm, Ohio 

Ellsha," of Lenox, Moan 

•KlUha A.,» of KuKle, N.Y 

•Elisha," of New York city 

•Elisha K.,7 of Brownhelm, Ohio . . . 

Ellsha,'* of Howard, N.Y 

Eli«h,4 of Middletown, Conn 

Bverurd," of Bochester, N.Y. • . • • . 



•Fayette,' of Marshall, N.Y. 
Freeman," of Berlin, Conn. 



G 



•George B.,» of Marshall, N.Y. . 
•George A.,' of Marshall, N.Y. . 

H 

Henry ,• of New Haven, Conn. • 
•Uenry M.," of Ilaversiraw, N.Y. 
•Henry ,» of Castleton.Vt. . . . 
•Horace," of Lltohfleld, Conn. . . 

I 
Isaac,* of Kensington. Conn. . . 
Isaac," of Marshall, N.Y 

J 

•Jabex,* of Lenox, Mass 

•James B.,' of Litchfield, Conn. • 
•James,' of Howard, N.Y. . . . 
•James W.,' of Uicbmond. Ohio 
•Jamat I.,' of Deansvllla, N.Y. . 

86 



No. 
136 
664 

64 
126 

66 
2H0 

38 

93 
170 
413 
239 

66 
141 
614 
306 
641 
148 
147 

99 
216 
492 

36 

88 

164 

206 

647 

36 

419 

137 
648 

2.'>6 
609 
4.')9 

92 
114 
221 

77 

69 
369 

32 
301 , 
149 1 
490 I 
368, 
663 
288 

68 
284 

661 
121 

496 
620 

286 
866 
616 
210 

63 
298 

864 

872 
466 

400 
601 



•James G..' of New Britain, Conn. , 
Jesse," of Kochestor, N.Y. . . • . • 

Jesse," of New Haven, Conn 

Joho,> of Hartford, Conn 

John," of Litchfield, Conn 

•John M.," of Itockspring, 111. • . . 

Joseph," of Berlin, Conn 

•JoN4'ph L.,' of Lock, N.Y. • ... . 

Josepn,' of Windsor, Conn 

•Joslah T.,» of Bristol, Conn 

Josiab," of Bristol, Conn 

♦Julius," of Cornwall, Vt 

Justus," of Walcott, Conn 

•Justus,' of lUchmond Centre, Ohio 

L 

Lament," of Bristol, Conn 

Lemuel," of Berlin, Conn 

Lumon," of Cold Spring, Wis. • • . 



•Marcus,' of Goshen, Ind. • 
Moses,* of Kensington, Conn. 
•Moses,' of Fablus, N.Y. . . 



N 



Nohemiah," of Burlington. Vt. . 
Neuman," of Excelsior, Wis. . . 
•Norman,' of liechester, N.Y. • 

O 

•Oliver.* of Tjenox, Mass 

♦Oxias," of Plymouth, Conn. .- . 
•Ozias W., of^New Haven, Conn. 

P 

P^ul,s of Hartford, Conn 

Paul," of Litchfield, Conn. . . . 
Philo," of Litchfield, Conn. . . . 



U 

lieove,* of Litchfield, Conn 

lieeve," of (Cornwall. Vt 

lieuben," of Cornwall, Vt. ..... 

Uiehard," of Bristol, Conn 

•Borneo," of Cornwall, Vt 

•Uussell U.,' of tioutliington. Conn. . 

8 
Samuel,* of West Hartford, Conn. , 
Samuel," of Middletown, Conn. . . . 

Samuel," of Berlin, Conn 

Samuel,* of Berlin, Conn 

Deacon Samuel," of Berlin, Conn. • 

Samuel," of Bristol, Conn 

*Samuel H.^ of New Orleans .... 

Seldcn," of Berlin, Conn 

Silas," of Marshall, N.Y 

•Sylvester,' of West Haven, Conn. . 

T 

Thomas,* of Litchfield, Conn 

Timothy,* of Litchfield, Conn. . . . 
Timothv," of Litchfield, Conn. . . . 
Judge Tracy," of Bristol, Conn. • • • 

V 
Virgil," of Litchfield, Conn 



W 



Warren," of Lock, N.Y. . . • 
•Warren,' of Moravia, N.Y. 
William," of Litchfield, Conn. 
•William," d. in Wisconsin . 
•William G.,' of New York . 
•William ' of Marshall, N.Y. 
Woostor,* of OMtleton, Vt. . 



Zobulon,* of Bristol, Conn. • 
Zebulon,* of Marshall. N.Y. 
Zebolon • of pMUUvUie, N.T. 



No. 

607 
120 
286 

4 

11 

361 

124 

420 

6 
678 
130 
198 
132 
467 

138 
146 
860 

481 

62 

440 

326 
326 
433 

367 
226 
220 

1 

10 
102 

43 

96 

98 

321 

190 

400 

6 
24 
112 
61 
266 
307 
380 
348 
300 
664 

88 
46 

106 
320 

107 



277 
420 
16 
236 
878 
646 
832 



66 
186 
801 



422 



PECK OENEALOOT. 



OTHER NAMES. 



Abernethy 
Adains . • 
AlK'ii . . . 
Andrew • 
Andrews . 
Atkinson . 
Atwater . 

B 



PAOB. 

. 378 
886,388 
. 3^9 
867, '.M\S 
. 389 
. 384 
. 370 



Bacon . . 
Baiticy, . 
Ballev . 
Baldwin 
Barton . 
Bartholomow, 
Barton . 
Barnard 
Boucb . . 
Bi'bee . , 
Bcckwith 
Bell. . . 
Benedict 
Bldweli . 
Bird»cll . 
Bissell . 
Bishop . 
Boles . . 
Boardman 
Bonton . 
Botsford 
Bradley , 
Bret . . 
Brown , 
Br<»t)st>n 
r»rainanl 
Buckingham 
Bud . . 
Bunnell . 
Burn ham 
Butler . 
Byinjifton 
Byington 



C 

Cable . . 
Cantloe . 
Carson . 
Carter . 
Carriujj^on 
Catlin ', . 
Chase . , 
Chuttcrdon 
Chubb . 
Churchel 
Clark . . 
Clark . . 
Clark . . 
Cono . . 
Coc . . . 
Cojfgjiwell 
Cole . . 
Collins . 
Collier . 
Converse 
Cook . . 
Corn well 
Guch . . 
Crane , . 



309. 



36 



389 
368> 
387 
381 
384 

384,386 

385» 

386 

367 

370 

878, 386 
388 
380 
374 
882* 
375 
388 
886 
370 
367 
881 
388 
373 

30<>, 3S4 

372, 3S<) 

.•JS4 

37:i- 

378 

:57;i 

374 
380 
389 



1, 



380 

384 

309 

377 

378 

374, 375 

. 371 

. 374 

77, 3K4 

. 374 

r,' 372-"* 

. tS2 

. 387 

. 387 

. 384 

. 378 

. 3H.S 

. 3.10 

399,370 

. 378 

6,3 377 

367" 

. 388 

, 378 



Paok. 

Crosby 389 

Curtis 376 

Culver 368 



Daroarian .... 881 
Da\is . . 381,388,:i89 

Dayton 381 

r>ean 384 

De Lano .... 373 

]>e Pate 381 

De Wolf .... 373 
Dickinson . . 873, 379 
Dlpple ..... 383 
Dnolittlo .... 374 
Dunham . . 378, 379 
Dyer 387* 

B 



Eastman . . 
Edwards . . 
Elizabeth . . 
Elsworth . . 

F 
Farnum . . . 
Farlee • . . 


. . 384 
. .3722 
. . 368 
. . 379 

. . 379 
. . 382 


Filch . . . . 


. . 370 


Foot .... 


. . 379 


Ford .... 


. . 383 


Foster ... 


. . 375 


Friribce . . . 
Fuller. . . . 


370, 377 
. . 372 



Q 

(inlpcn 372 

f rates 3H'> 

flay lord . . . 37S,:{S4 

Glbbrt 37;5 

Grant 370 

O ranger .... 371 

Graves 370 

(Jn-enllHt .... 3S.') 

Gridley 372 

n 

Hale ...... a82 

Hall 3Si» 

Hannah ..... 371 
Hanobeet .... 385 
HarriMon .... 370 
Hart, 372, 373, 377, oS8 

Hawley 372 

Havrt 383J 

Hibbard .... 360 
HIbbard .... 3T9 

Hicks 37') 

Higbv 380 

Hilollrock .... 384 
Hopkins .... 388 
Hopkins, 368, 369,373, 
3<r) 

Hooker 367 

How 3ft7 

Hubbard . . 868, 374 
Huntley 376 



Ives 



385 



J 

Paoi. 

Jerome ..... 379 

Jones 382 

Judd . . 376, 378, 380 

K 

KolIoiTK . . .371,381 

Kellui;g 385 

Kenii>hsall . . . 377 

Keturah . . 370 

Kibbon 381 

L 

Limipher .... 874 
I^ingdun . . 379, 382 
Lattimcr .... 375 
Lawrence .... 389 
Lewis, 376, 378, 379, 
389 

Llndley 376 

Loveland .... 375 
Lumbard .... SSV 

M 

Manross .... 885 
Munsflcid .... 375 

Maridi 374 

Mason 36S 

McColllstcr . . . :t81 
McDonald . . . 875 
Merriman .... 377 
Miller. . 384,387,388 

Mln.»r 3S8 

Montgomery, 387, 3S«< 

Mo(»r 3<<.'»= 

Morne 3^0 

Miirry 3H4 

Muzzy 369 

N 

NMohols . . . 376, 384 
Xorl«»n . . . 375, 385 
North rup .... 377 

O 

Oliver 379 

Orton .... 373,374 

OKborn 369 

Owen 376 

Owen 382 

P 

Page 384 

Paine 3so 

Palmer 373 

Patterson .... 880 
l*eari»ons .... 382 

Percival 376 

Perkins 374 

Phelps 38t>2 

Plumb 371 

Pond 374 

Porter . 368, 372, 382 

U 

Read 

Ueevo 



PittL 

Revnolds . . . . 3T9 
Kicc .... 873, SSI 

Rich rs 

Roberts . . . 385, 8S7 
Robertson • . . . 3KS 
Roirers ..... 379 

Root 3ff 

RoKunna .... 373 

Ruspioll 379 

Ruth 368 

8 

Sarah ; S7& 

fe'coville ..... 3ST 

Scovllle . . .'. . 379 

Sears 38S 

tfedwick .... an 

Seward 378 

Shotten 389 

Shepherd .. 367,388 
Sheridan . . . . SS3 
Sherman .... 373 
6h urn way. . 385,887 

Simons 3M 

Smith . .370,378,»3» 
Standlflh .... 888 
Stedman .... 378 
Stodard . • . 8fiV. 878 
Stone .... 371. 384 
Strong ..... 370* 
Btcwart 3U 



Talmadge .... 3m 

Trrrt-ll VM 

DiompMjn . . .37? 

riiorp [:M 

ToniliiiAon . . . o«W 

Tra«y STS 

Tnibrldge. . . . 3M 

Turner 374 

Turner 3»2 



T 



rpf^on 381 

V 

Vain 3t» 

Vaill 371 

Van Guilder . . 374 



W 

Wallace . 
Walfor . , 
Walker . . 
Warner . . 
Ward . . . 
WatKon . . 
Webrtter . 
Weldman . 
Wells . . . 
WenU'ott . 
Whitehouse 
Whitney . 
Whittlei»ey 
Williams . 
WInchell . 

Woodriur . 



871 .> 875 
. . :J75 
. . 3R3 
. 375 
. . 37» 
. . 377 

369,5 5^2 
. . 388 
. . Sio 
. . 383 
. . 888 
. . 3s4 
. • 373 
. . 383 
. . 371 
379, 381 



GENERAL INDEX. 



The following Index contains the names of all the Pecks In the work, 
excepting those in the local index and pedigree. 
The names will be found in the consecutive numbers. 



No. 

Aaron 56 

Aaron 1215 

Aaron 2057 

Abbie Jane . . .1153 
AbbioE . . . ,'£n& 

Abby 1740 

Abby Ann . . . 1U0«J 
Abby W .... 1971 

Abby 2213 

Abby 1714 

Abby n . . . . 23h:j 
Abby \£ . . . . 2380 

AbbyG 2inW 

Abby U 241U 

Abby 3100 

Abby E 2533 

Abby H H27 

Abby J 8:W 

Abiczer 83 

Abigail J . . . . 455 

Abigail 704 

Abigail 815 

Abigail KIO 

Abigail G . . . .1140 

Abigail 13i>4 

Abigail 1407 

Abigail 1577 

Abl;/ail 1037 

Abigail 10S7 

Abigail 1701 

Abigail 1K02 

Abigail 1U40 

Abigail 2053 

Abigail 2070 

Abigail 2513 

Abigail 25^} 

Abigail 20O5 

Abigail 2041 

Abigail 2711 

Abigail 2S04 

Abigail W . . . 2830 

Abigail 2U25 

Ablah W .... 404 

Abljah 881 

Abiel 15(^ 

Ablol 1027 

Abiel 1770 

Abicl 2106 

Abtier V . . . . 2172 

Abner i737 

Abraham .... 15o2 

Adalinc 320 

Adaliiie 540 

Adaline 6V7 

AdiUino 711 

Adaliiic U . . . 1003 

Adallne llol 

Adalinu 1U35 

Adallne 11M15 

Adalinc a . . .2485 

Adallne 2UH5 

AdalizaL . . . 2UU8 



Adalixa . 

Addison 

Adelbert 

Adclbcrt 

Adelia F 

Adc'laid F 

Adelaid . 

AdchUd 

Agnesfl 

Al 

A 

A 



E 



L 
D 



anson 

bert . 
Albert . 
Albert T 
Albert T 
Albert . 
Albert O 
Albi-rt . 
AlbertF 
Albert . 
Albert 8 
Albert U 
Albert U 
Albert . 
Albert 
Albert 
Albert . 
^\lbert . 
Albert . 
Albert . 
Alberta 
Alberta M 
Aldernon 
Alexander H 
Alexander 
Alexander 
Alexander 
Alfred P 
Alfred . 
Alfred . 
Ain-ldoa 
Alfridca 
Alice N . 
Alice Ann 
Alice . . 
Alice . . 
Alice . . 
Alice M . 
Alice . . 
Alice . . 
Alice . . 
Alice . . 
Allda O . 
Alida O . 
Allen S . 
Allen K 
Allen . 
Allen 8 . 
Allen . 
Allen O . 
Allen M: 
Allun . . 
AUen O . 



No. 

, 920 
2040 
2235 
2271 
2300 
2420 
3034 
3350 

, 600 

3060 

3054 

411 

401 

, 72»i 

, 727 
U60 
1010 
1070 
10\»4 
2301 
2850 
2804 
2800 
2088 
8003 
3012 
30t»5 
3150 
3205 
3400 

3o:n 
2127 
3407 
948 
2142 
21.52 
2227 
12->0 
1807 
3080 
2745 
3000 
I0i»8 
1058 
2045 
2204 
2477 
2547 
2775 
3172 
3289 
2183' 
2183 
2989 
1316 
1492 
1408 
2022 
2199 
2282 
2504 
2609 
8310 



Almira . 
Almira . 
Almira A 
Almira E 
Almira . 
Almira 8 
Almira . 
Almira . 
Almira . 
Almira H 
Almlna U 
Almerina U 
Alonzo . 
Alonzo . 
Alonzo M 
Alonzo B 
Alonzo T 
Alonzo . 
Alpha . 
Alpheus 
Alpheoa M 
Alpheun F 
Alphonoo T 
Alphontto . 
Alphonso F 
AUey . . . 
Alzlna . . 
Amanda . 
Amanda . 
Amanda A 
Amanda 
.Vmanda 
Amanda "hi 
Amanda O 
A man dan a 
Ambros . 
Am broil R 
Amy . . 
Amy . . 
Amy . . 
Amy . . 
Amy Ann 
Amy O . 
Amy . . 
Amy F . 
Amy . . 
Amy • . 
Amy . . 
AmyE . 
Amy Ann 
Amelia . 
Amelia . 
Amelia . 
Amelia J 
Amelia U 
Amenzo 
Amia . . 
Amie . . 
Amoe . . 
Amos L 
Amos . . 
Amoret . 
Amoret . 



M 



No. 

. 627 

1733 

,1970 

,2168 

,2231 

.2709 

,2802 

,3147 

.3199 

. 32.'>4 

, 723 

,1300 

, 793 

, 1306 

, 1U64 

,2176 

,1273 

, 581 

, 270 

,2200 

,2802 

, 3:n6 

.1999 

,2710 

.3310 

, 1702 

.2482 

432 

. 759 

. 1130 

,2101 

2249 

,2945 

,2900 

805S 

203 

2563 

259 

1698 

1779 

1789 

1950 

2170 

2189 

2373 

2702 

2980 

3390 

2124 

871 

2203 

2443 

8009 

2248 

8215 

3093 

632 

1897 

322 

1886 

2034 

775 

866 



No. 

Andrew J ... 1043 
Andrew U . . . 1343 
Andrew .... 2202 
Andrew .... 3157 
Andrew J . . .3452 
Andrew .... 3498 
Angellno .... ^b6 
Angellno .... 1075 
Angellne .... 1946 
Angellno .... 2256 
Angeliue . . . .2480 

Ann 18 

Ann 90 

Ann 232 

Ann 239 

AnnM 343 

Ann L 488 

Ann 023 

Ann E 457 

Ann K 042 

Ann 048 

Ann A 821 

Ann Eliza ... 910 

Ann 9.50 

Ann T 1198 

Ann 8 1211 

Ann E 1213 

Ann VZiiS 

Ann 1288 

Aim 13vS7 

Ann 1392 

Ann 1400 

Ann 1400 

Ann 1423 

Ann E 1467 

Ann 1719 

Ann 1741 

Ann E 1752 

Ann 1798 

Ann 18'29 

Ann B 1961 

Aim 8 2306 

Ann 8 2314 

Ann E 2771 

AnnE 2870 

Ann F 3222 

Ann L 3340 

Anna ..... 29 

Ann J 8436 

Anna 160 

Anna 200 

Anna 246 

Anna 261 

Anna 484 

Anna II 602 

Anna &i .... 726 

Anna 738 

Anna M. .... 959 

Anna O 1223 

Anna 1550 

Anna 1601 

Anna 1606 

Anna 1617 



424 



PECK GEHBALOGT. 



Ko. 

Anna 1647 

Anna 1774 

Anna F 1M3 

Anna 22u6 

Anna A • . • . 2X17 

AnnaO 20U1 

Anna 3321 

Ann Janett • • . 817 
Ann JancU . . . 1975 
Anne .••... 64 

Anno 253 

AnncK 1752 

Anno 2137 

AnnoE 2423 

Anno 2576 

Annlo 678 

Annie A . . . . 2869 
Annnh A • . . . 2548 

Annuh 2703 

Annott 3296 

AniiU'r 263 

AnthlttJano . . 9U9 

Antil L 1969 

Ardilla 2729 

Arllna 3004 

Arnold 244 

Arthur C .... 691 
Arthur W. . . 729 

Arthur 1132 

Arthur 1222 

Arthur L . . . . 1996 
Arthur ti . . . . 2I&1 
ArnhvUu L . • . 3356 

Aiiahol 611 

Anahol 2191 

Anahol 32&3 



Ana . . • 
Aiol . . 
Aihbol II 
Asmah . 

AuifUhtUt 

AiitfUNtu 
Aurillu . 
AvIm . . 



,1419 
. 316 

1830 
303 

2746 

nrjoa 

2767 



Hiilinda 
jiiirtuii . , 
lliirtoii 1* . 
Itiirtoi) . , 
Hiiriianl , 
lliirniird H 
Hiinu'v . • 
Hurbji'ry . 
Iliirbiiry I* 
Iiiithf«hcbii 
l)iltllr<h(')iu 
Dnthnhchu 
Itt'bco . . , 
Hi'lxT . , , 
Kfluu* . . . 
IlolHi. . . . 



l\ 



Ht<h«>(> , . . . 
llolili«I» . . . 
Kciijuinln . . 
Itonjuinln . . 
Hciijnmln . . 
Hi'itjuinlu . . 
Ih'niiimin . . 
litMiJuinin . . 
Hviijuiniii . . 
HiMiJiuniu . . 
lienjiiinin . . 
Bonjuinin B . 
BLMiJiimin O . 
Huiijiunin . . 
Bcnjiunin B . 
Bonlainln . . 
Beijamin W 



. . 22rt6 

. . VMA 

. . i:i72 

. . 2.»4a 

. . 701 

. .2;il7 

. . :t2iMt 
. . 27a 1 

. . •M^4^\ 

. . iUVH 

. .2.V.»7 

. . 2iU:i 

. . (11 

. . flU 
... I.V.J 

. .271« 

. . TrA) 

. . 1S87 

. . 61) 
. . 80 
. . 262 
. . 367 
. . 6HH 
. .1141 
. . 1212 
. . 1703 
. . 2012 
. .2491 
. . 26:w 
. . 2946 
. .3429 
. .3605 



Ro. 

Benoni 1501 

Bertha 976 

Betaey 292 

Betaey 230 

Rctaey 610 

Betaey 617 

Betaey 1677 

Betaey 1709 

Betaey 1734 

Betaey M . . . . 1751 

Betaey 1&I6 

Betaey W. . . .1847 
Betaey E . . . .2362 
Betaey V . . . . 24S4 
Betaey G . . . . 2501 
BeUey .... . 2»80 

Betaey 2705 

BeUey 2743 

Betaey 2S40 

Betaey 2875 

Betaey 2901 

Betaey 2913 

BeUey 8 . . . . 2965 

Betaey 3248 

Bethuel .... 70S 

Betty 1547 

Betty 1611 

Hetty 1879 

Bethla 1882 

Bethla . . • . .2690 

Bethia- 3393 

Billinsfl 1122 

Blanche . . . .2908 
Bradford . . . .1283 

Budd D 2130 

Bytteld 2327 

Byron £ . . . .2903 



X«. f 



Oalvln . . 
Calvin . . 
Cnlviii W . 
ViiU'h M . 
I'liU'b 8 . . 
(.'uliHta . . 

CitliHtA . . 

('uliHtaL . 
('uliHta . . 
Guild ice . . 
(./andioe . . 
('uiulicc . . 
('apron . . 
Curolino N 
C'uroliiiu . , 
Caroline A . 
('urollne . . 
Caroline M , 
(.'aroline A , 
Caroline 1* , 
C'arullne 1* , 
('nrolino . . 
(?urollno . , 
Carol I no . , 
(.■aroline A , 
('uroiinc II . 
('uro)ine L . 
Carrlo E . , 
Carrie L . . 
Carrie tJ . , 
Carrie . . . 
Carrie L . . 
CaHniiiidana W 
Catmandana F 
CaMiuH . . . 
(^athriuo . . 
(.'uthrino 8 . 
Cathrino , , 
(■athrino L . 
CathriueD . 



. 139 

. 186 
.3334 
. 417 
. lOlK') 
. 590 
. 2406 

. 3^ai 

. 590 
.1004 
. 17«)0 
. 1892 
. 176.) 
. 540 
. 584 
. 746 
. 875 
, 892 
, 924 
. 980 
, 1120 
, 1778 
, lS(i8 
, 2114 
2:J21 

24;>o 

3124 

, 932 

941 

1295 

2J73 

2376 

4(>9 

1190 

616 

350 

427 

667 

611 

3275 



CathrfoeC . 
i Cathrine R . 

Catbrine . . 
, Cathrine . . 

Cecilia L . . 
i CeHl K . . . 

CVlinda . . . 

Celinda . . . 

Celinda . . . 

Celinda . . . 

Celinda . . . 

CeliaL . . . 

Cerena ... 

C^iarloU . . 

Charlotte . . 

Cbarlott . . 

Charlotte . . 

Charlotte W 

Cbarlott . . 

Chariott . . 

ChaunceyH. 

Chauncey L . 

Chaoncey W 

Chauncey . . 

Chauncey . . 

Ctiarlea £ . . 

Charlea . . . 

Charles A . . 

Charlea . . . 

Charlea A . . 

Charlea A . .* 

Charlea H . . 

Charlea U. . 

Charlea N. . 

Charlea . . . 

Charlea H. . 

Charlea H. . . 

Charlea F . . 

Charlea . . . 

Charlea W . 

Ciiarlea . . . 

Charlea H . . 

Charlea E . . 

Charlea H. . 

Charles Si . . 

Charlea L . . 

Charlea . . . 
Charles H . . 
Charlos E . . 
Charles G . . 
Charles U . . 
Cltarles . . . 
Charles . . . 
Charles A . . 
Oiarles E . . 
Charles LB. 
Charlea J . . 
Charles . . . 
Charles V . . 
('harles E . . 
Charles ... 
Charlea . . . 
Charles . . . 
Charlea . . . < 
Charles W . , 
Charles W . , 
Charles C . . . 
Charles E . . . 
Charles E . . 
Charles A . . 
Charlea B . • 
Charles ... 
Charles E . . . 
Charles C . . 
Charles F . . 
Charles . . . , 
Charlea H . . , 
Charles F . . , 
Charlea H . • . 



M33 

us: 

lOlM 

asi 



. 299 
. 451 
.2750 
.»82 
.3322 
.299S 
.9J94 
. 19U 
. 3ff4 
.1442 
. 17V9 
.1915 
.2730 
.2756 
. 492 
.1241 
.1280 
.2861 
.3462 
. 686 
. 716 
. 732 
. 763 
. 780 
. 810 
. 829 

Q£Mt 
BWD 

. 981 

.1047 

.1068 

.1067 

.1077 

.1080 

.1035 

.1102 

.1183 

. 1184 

.1220 

.1236 

.1240 

.1271 

.12*4 

. 12l>6 

. 1318 

. 1330 

1446 

,1481 

1485 

2067 

2149 

2347 

2358 

2396 

2403 

2446 

2469 

2472 

2476 

2612 

2897 

2958 

2994 

3001 

3184 

3196 

3220 

3277 

3-282 

8287 

3297 

3347 

3432 

8127 



CluBdler ... 

Chariie SUS 

CbSo« a» 

C^k>e 1457 

Cfaloe 15a 

Chloe 14SI 

Chloe 240 

Chloe aUi 

C^kloc Ill 

Chriarian . • . .9m 
Chri«itian • • • .SMS 
Christopher . .2B6I 
Christopher J . .SOS 
Cicero G . . . . 1237 

Clariaaa 211 

Clmriaaa & 

ClariaM 2tt 

C:iaria«a 37t 

Clari««a W 

Clariaaa 637 

ClariMa 7» 

CiariM* T . . . . 99 
ClaHaaa A . . . SU7 

CiariMa »»1 

Clanaaa 2624 

ClariaaaE. . . .2881 

Cnariaaa 3421 

ClarisMM . . .3127 

Clarina 337 

Clarina Itf 

Clarence B . . . W7 
Clarence . . . .2627 
<nareDce . . . .3113 

CUraJ 1161 

Clara 2316 

Clara A 26M 

Clarie 1483 

Clarinda A . . . liU 
Clariuda ... .2443 
Clarence F . . . 2391 

Clarince luU 

Comer M . . . . 5ol 

Comfort 2766 

Comfort E. . . .3476 
Courad M . . . . 870 

Cora J 1125 

Cornelia .... 953 
Conielia .... 2309 
Cordelia . . . . 9"a 
Crj ton W . . . 33U5 
Crawford .... 857 
Cranston .... 1689 

Cynthia 248 

Cynthia 465 

Cynthia H . . . 1194 

Cynthia 17w2 

Cynthia 1876 

Cynthia 2o» 

Cynthia 398 

Cynthia 2138 

Cynthia 2751 

CyiilhluH . . .2936 
Cyril 760 

C> rii C 1191 

Cyrus 254 

Cyrus D 910 

Cyrua F .... 1099 



Daniel SI 

Daniel 258 

Daniel W . . . . 619 

Daniel 660 

Daniel ..... 7-23 

Daniel 758 

Daniel 762 

Daniel 767 

Daniel W . . . . 917 
Daniel B .... 1246 



GENERAL IKDEx. 



425 



Daniel W 
Daniel M 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel R 
Daniel . 
Durius . 
Darius . 
Darius . 
Darius B 
David. . 
David . . 
David . . 
David . . 
Davi<l . . 
David. . 
David S . 
Ihiv\a B . 
David B . 
David I' . 
Davis . . 
Deborah A 
Deborah 
Debonih 
Deborah 
Deborah 
Decature 
Delight G 
Delight K 
Delia . 
Delia G 
Delia . 
Dilia . 
Delia . 
Deliverance 
Deliverance 
Deliverance 
DemHter 
Devillo . 
Dewane . 
DewitO. 
Dianna . 
Dianna . 
DoroUiy 
Dorothy 
Dorothy 
Dorastus 
Drusilla 
DyerO . 



B 

Ethan . . 
Eastman O 
Ebeut'zer . 
Ebenezer D 
Ei»enezer . 
Ebenezer . 
Ebenezer T 
Ebenezer . 
Eddie. . . 
Eddie. . . 
Edgar B . 
Kdgar U 
Edgar A 
Edmond 
Edmond 
Edmond 
Edmond 
Edmond 
Edmond 
Edmond 
Edmond 
Edna A . 
EdsonO 



No. 

1256 
1281 
lU^ 
1721 
2508 
251*4 
2636 
2692 
•2752 
336a 
3010 

107 

207 
1443 
2372 

483 

663 
1606 

689 

2338 

2617 

33:{2 

3445 

3475 

3406 

2765 

,1115 

1512 

, 1571 

,1609 

3027 

2453 

445 
2363 

533 
1247 
2H18 
3261 

543 
260K 
3017 
3377 
2288 

913 
221^9 
2326 

206 
16S4 
1390 
1404 
2647 
3086 
2203 

760 



E 
L 
B 
B 
V 
E 
B 
L 



. .3238 

. .1145 

. . 140 

. .2090 

. .2764 

. .2832 

. .2943 

. .3234 

. . 1079 

. .3117 

. .1383 

. .2:374 

. .3044 

. .1097 

. .1110 

. .2404 

. .3193 

. .3202 

. .3219 

. .3:301 

. .8372 

. .2566 

. .2128 



Edward J . 
Edward F . 
Edward F . 
Edward K 
Edwnrd A 
Edward M 
KdwardF. 
Edward C . 
Edward . . 
Edward N 
Edwin A . 
?:dwlnT . 
Edwin L . 
Edwin C . 
Edwin H . 
Edwin B . 
K<lwln . . 
Eflie L . . 
Kgbert . . 
Klbert . . 
KldoraB . 
Ellenor B . 
Elenor . . 
Elenor J . 
Elenor J . 
Kleazer . . 
Electa . . . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Eiixabeth A 
Elizabeth U 
Klizabeth A 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth 8 
Elizabeth N 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth 8 
El*zabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth 1£ 
Elizabeth B 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth J 
BUxabethC 



No. 
. 406 
. 078 
. 1082 
.1085 
.1163 
. 12:30 
.2013 
.2102 
. 2541 
.3493 
.1178 
. 1204 
.2384 
.2429 
. 2m2 
.3364 
. 855 
.1157 
.2155 
.22:33 
.1177 
. 382 
. 705 
. 7:30 
.1002 
.1506 
.3144 
. 24 
. 3 
. 20 
. 61 
. 59 
. 138 
. 153 
. 2:M 
. 256 
. 257 
. 324 
. 3:33 
. 387 
. 485 
. 573 
. 641 
. 754 
. 894 
. 1053 
.1205 
. 13;»3 
. 13S5 
.1389 
.1398 
.1471 
.1507 
.1524 
.1541 
.1656 
. 1672 
.1588 
.1646 
.1707 
.1780 
. 1813 
.1816 
.1858 
.1954 
.1986 
.2008 
.2200 
.2295 
.2337 
.2416 
.2473 
.2493 
.2944 
.2976 
.8031 
.3046 
.8141 
.8230 



No. 
Elizabeth . . . .8412 
Elizabeth H . . . 381 

Elihu 2678 

Eliza 649 

Eliza A 1176 

Eliza A 968 

Eliza 341 

Eliza J 803 

Eliza A 868 

Eliza J 907 

Eliza J 914 

Eliza A 1083 

Eliza 1808 

Eliza d 19:36 

Eliza M 2001 

Eliza TO.... 2311 

Eli/a 8 2497 

Eliza F . . • . . 2831 
Eliza W .... 2916 
Eliza Ann . . . 1837 

Eliza 3070 

Eliza G 3123 

Eliza D .... .3273 

Eliza B 3333 

Eliza 2449 

Eliza D 2182 

ElMm 773 

EllHlia 1595 

Eliidia 2154 

EllHha 2590 

Eliphalet .... 689 

Kliab H 848 

Elias O 1139 

EliiwJ 2162 

Elijah 1535 

Eiioenai . . . .1763 

El'on F 688 

Ellen J 803 

Ellen O 1234 

Ellen O 1350 

Ellen 1371 

Elhfn 1849 

Ellen M . .... 2008 

Ellen 2043 

Ellen 2335 

Ellen II 3203 

Ellen M 8296 

Ellen F 3336 

Ellen A 8371 

EllaO 702 

EUaM 809 

Ella J 944 

Ella J 900 

Ella J 1061 

Ella 1200 

EllaO 2401 

Ella 2405 

EilaR 2420 

Ella 2496 

EilaM 3262 

Elmer J 887 

Elmer 2060 

KlimrB 086 

Elsa H ..*... 632 
Elsa J . . «... 1260 

ElsaA 2889 

Elvira hi . . . .1246 

Elvira 631 

Eivin 2232 

Elwin 1261 

E. Lyman .... 1262 
E. L. Feck . . . 3308 
Emma E . . . . 2186 
Emeline .... 661 
Emelinetf ... 600 
Emeline O . . . 000 
Emeline .... 712 
Emeline • . • . 1081 
Emeline B . . .1478 



Emeline F 
Emeline . 
Emily. . 
Emily . 
Emilv B 
Emily 9. 
Emily . 
Kmily W 
Emily A 
Emily M 
Emily F. 
EmilyC. 
Emily. . 
Emily J. 
Emily . . 
Emily L . 
Emily H 
Emma . 
Emma J 
Emma J 
Emma F 
Emma II 
Emma 
Emma . 
Emma A 
Emma A 
Emma H 
Kmma L 
Em'ma A 
Emma A 
Emma . 
Emma . 
Emma E 
Emogene 
Emory A 
Emory . 
Ephraim K 
Erastus 
Krastus 
Erasmus 
Krnent 
E merit F 
Krnest . 
Kron . . 
Erwin U 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esthvr . 
EHther 
Esther J 
Blither . 
Either 8 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther 
Esther 
Estella B 
Eugene O 
Eugene . 
Eugene W 
Eugene O 
Eugene V 
Eugene . 
Eugene A 
Eugene 
Eunice • 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Bonice . 



V 
1» 



No. 

3241 

3247 

630 

602 

1031 

1200 

1324 

1354 

2414 

2.i70 

2871 

2960 

3140 

,3370 

3440 

3174 

3482 

733 

864 

,1009 

,1124 

,1107 

1176 

1821 

,20:30 

,2306 

,2387 

.2412 

,2534 

, 2550 

3008 

3000 

.imn 

1112 

2546 

2894 

, 910 

,2983 

,8056 

,1710 

694 

2290 

3116 

884 

1100 

12 

120 

, 154 

, 380 

408 

490 

713 

731 

1217 

3221 

1380 

1610 

1764 

2036 

2006 

2702 

2914 

2040 

3194 

090 

003 

786 

740 

1164 

1261 

2040 

2011 

2467 

800 

601 

848 

1620 

1020 

8448 



426 



PECK GENEALOGY. 



No 

Bnoioe 2100 

Bonice 2481 

Eunice 3411 

Xonice L . . . . 3483 

Eve 222 

Brerett E . . . . 1134 
Bvereu H . . . . 2377 

Everett 3323 

Bxekiel 2845 

Eira 177 

Bxrft 620 

Ezra lO-iO 

Exra 1773 

Ezra 2109 

Ezra 2620 

Ezra 2621 



F 



Fanny . . . 
Fanny . . . 
Fanny . • . 
Fanny . . . 
Fanny W . . 
Fanny . . . 
"Funny . . . 
Ferdinand W 
Fidelia A . . 
Flavlout J . 
Flora B . . . 
Flora B . • . 
Flora M . . . 
Florence E . 
Florence . • 
Floyd. . . . 
Floyd .... 
Fords . . . 
Forest A. • . 
Foeter . . . 
Franklin . . 
Franklin . . 
Franklin . . 
Franklin . . 
Frunklln K . 
Franklin . . 
Franklin T . 
Franklin H . 
Francis . 
Francitf . 
FranciH W 
FranciH . 
FrancU N 
Brunei « M 
Francis II 
Francis K 
Francis SI 
Francis . 
Francis W 
Frances K 
Frances M 
France* . 
Frances . 
Frances C 
Frances A 
Frances A 
Frances K 
Frances . 
Frances . 
Frances A 
Frances V 
Frank O 
Frank C 
Frank W 
Frank M 
Frank K . 
Frank . . 
Frank li 
Frank II 
Frank W 



. 477 
.1022 
.1344 
.2261 
.2303 
.2689 
.8470 
.2893 
.1104 
. 919 
. 683 
.1161 
.1166 
.2410 
.2689 
.2644 
.8097 
.8099 
.8311 
. 836 
. 669 
. 678 
.2224 
.2230 
.2330 
.2474 
.3126 
.3185 
. 080 
. 853 
. 030 
. 1812 
.2280 
.2344 
. 25:i5 
.2546 
.2082 
.3056 
.3350 
. 1084 
. 1272 
.1363 
.1658 
. 1862 
. 1020 
.2250 
.2206 
.2334 
.2356 
. 32:i3 
. 2618 
. 1013 
.1108 
.1118 
.1231 
.148: 
.2342 
.25»^7 
.2572 
.2005 



Franoelia . 
Fremont O 
Freelove . 
Freelove . 
Freelove . . 
Freelove B 
PredU . . 
Fred W. . 
Frederick C 
Frederick W 
Frederick • 
Frederick . 

G 
Galena . 
Galen . . . 
Gardner 1£ 
Genilla . . 
George . . 
George . . 
George W. 
George W . 
George A . 
George A . 
George . . 
George . . 
George . . 
George . . 
George W 
George W 
George . . 
George W 
George A . 
George . . 
George W 
George . . 
George H . 
George W 
George F . 
George M . 
George P . 
OeorKe W 
GcorKC W 
George W 
Gtorgc O . 
George O . 
George W 
George W 
George A . 
George F . 
GeorKc L . 
Oi'orge L . 
Oeorj^e . , 
George B . 
(icorge II . 
George 11 . 
George B . 
(ieorge B . 
George A . 
Gi'orge G . 
George G . 
George . . 
George 
George 
Gcorijje 
George 
George 
George 
George 11 
(.ieorge . 
George .1 , 
George C 
George K 
George W 
Geo* go . , 
(K'orge F , 
George . , 
George F . 
George . , 



8 
H 



K 



No. 

.2184 
. 682 
.8078 
.2740 
. 1948 
.8120 
.1229 
.3100 
.1243 
.13.11 
.2083 
.8428 



2610 

479 

2489 

8495 

262 

266 

416 

428 

618 

616 

620 

621 

622 

675 

681 

734 

737 

743 

866 

896 

900 

903 

928 

964 

981 

990 

993 

1004 

1317 

1333 

1015 

1016 

,1034 

1054 

1059 

1061 

1087 

1088 

1103 

1125 

1127 

1159 

1202 

1207 

1276 

1287 

1342 

1340 

1360 

1469 

1479 

1864 

1055 

1080 

2010 

2041 

2080 

2003 

2000 

2164 

2260 

2318 

2341 

2409 

2496 



George M . • . 
George . . . . 
George M . . . 
George I . . . 
George B . . . 
George L . . . 
George G . • . 
George W . . 
George A . . . 
George W . . 
George W . . 
George F . . . 
George A . . . 
George A . . • 
George A • • . 
George H . . . 
George G . . , 
George W . , 
Georgeanna B 
Georgeanoa . . 
Georgeanna T 
Georgia A B . 
Gersnam . . , 
Germont G . . 
Gideon . . . , 
Gideon H . . . 
Glll>ert . . . . 
Gilman D . . . 
Glorianna . . . 

Grace 

Grace 

Grace 

Green . . . . 
Gilford R . . . 
Guy 



No. 
261« 
2Mb 
2686 
2660 
2856 



.3130 
.3130 
.3227 
.8260 
.3270 
.3288 
.8368 
.8378 
.3414 
.3408 
.3472 
.3473 
.1242 
.1267 
.1995 
.1279 
.1600 
.2889 
. 171 
. 454 
.2179 
.1314 
. 095 
. 388 
.1008 
.1014 
.8098 
.2180 
.2439 



H 
HPeck . . 

Ilamilton 8 
Hamilton S 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah C 
Hannah . 
Hannah B 
Hannah H 
Hannah C 
Hunnah . 
Hannah E 
Hannah C 
Hannah W 
Hannah M 
Hannah C 



Hannuii B 
Hannah C 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Haniiuli . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah B 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah T 
Hannah B 
Hannah . 



.8181 
.1268 
.8050 
. 2 
. 23 
. 40 
. 87 
. 178 
. 208 
. 217 
. 225 
. 375 
. 429 
. 530 
. 508 
. 600 
. 6u8 
. 671 
. 802 
. 043 
.1055 
.1170 
. 1330 
.1378 
.1441 
. 1514 
. 1542 
. i:»59 
.1563 
.1570 
.1603 
. 1623 
.1645 
. 1650 
.1673 
.1747 
. 1762 
.1842 
. 1913 
. 1987 
.2077 
.2081 



Vs. 



Hannah* 
Hannah • 
Hannah . 

Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah . 
Hannah. 
Hannah . 
Hannah M 
Hannah . 
Hannah D 
Hannah . 
Uandell D W 
Hammond W 
Harriett. . 
Harriett. . 
Harriett. . 
Harriett H 
Harriett W 
Harriett. • 
Harriett. . 
Harriett N 
Harriett A 
Harriett L. 
Harriett. . 
Harriett N 
Harriett . 
Harriett . 
Harrett • . 
Harriett B 
Harriett J . 
Harriett L . 
Harriett R 
Harriett E 
Harriett A 
Harriett . 
Harriitt . 
Hurrii-tt . 
Harriett U 
Harriett. . 
Harriett . . 
Harriftt M 
Harriett . 
Harriett A 
Harriett L 
Harriett . 
Harriett X 
Harriett V 
Harriett X 
Harnett M 
Harriett L . 
Harriett . . 
Harriett 8 . 
Harriett V 
Harriett A 
Harriett . . 
Harriett M 
Harold 8 . 
Harvey . 
Harvey J . 
Harvey . , 
H«irvey . . 
Harvey . . 
Harvey B . 
Harris B . 
Han is . . 
Harrisof) G 
Harrison J 
Hattie A . 
Hatiie A . 



O 



2&e 



ssa 



2M 
S4U 



STS 

2747 
27C8 
27tt 



280 



431 

819 
476 



00 

•a 

OSO 
TO 



. m 

. 974 
. 964 
.1017 
.1021 

.107S 
.US 

.i2n 

.1218 
.13US 
.1341 
.1384 
.1790 
.1806 
.1848 
.2iNn 

.2192 
.2223 
.2244 
.2277 
.2279 
.2207 
.2452 
.2836 
.2884 
.2953 
.3047 
.2283 
.3068 
.3182 
.3188 
.3226 
.3413 
.3426 
.2392 
.204 
. 744 
. 276 
.2329 
.2448 
.3186 
.2163 
.2755 
.1027 
.2806 
. 824 
.1121 



GENERAL INDEX. 



427 



No. 

ECatdeL • . . .1327 
HattieM . . . .1379 
HaUieB . . . .1491 
Helen A .... 823 
Helen M .... 918 
Helen AW... 1030 
Helen M . . . .1299 

Helen 1480 

Helen L 2312 

Helen 2458 

Helen O . . . . 2494 

Helen 2893 

Helen 3006 

Helen 3104 

Helen M . . . .3200 

Henry 174 

Henry 287 

Henry W .... 407 

Henry 840 

Henry C .... 852 

Henry C 923 

Henry L .... 977 

Henry 1026 

Henry 1050 

Henry A . . . .1006 
Henry M . . . .1181 
Henry U . . . . 13U8 
Henry W . . . . 1312 
Henry F . . . . 1328 
Henry E . . . 1334 
Henry C . . . .1340 
Henry O . . . .1345 

Henry 1377 

Henry 1053 

Henry 1907 

Henry 1947 

Henry H . . . . 20(>4 
Henry U . . . . 2226 
Henry O . . . .2-246 
Henry 8 . . . . 2251 
Henry W . . . . 2293 

Henry 2;i:>5 

Henry C . . . . 2369 
Henry W . . . .2398 

Henry 2450 

Henry 2892 

Henry . . . . 3105 
Henry O . . . . 3270 
Henry W . . . .3417 

Henry 34:fO 

Henrietta .... 2822 
HepMibeth II . . 2058 
Hepsibeth .... 3057 
Herbert J . . . . 982 
Herbert J . . . .1011 

Herbert 3114 

Herbert A . . .3189 

Herbert 2297 

Ucrmon A . . . 3337 
HermonS. . . .3343 

Hester 2406 

Hezekiah S . . . 2078 
HezekinhM. . .2504 
Hezekiah . . . .2712 

Hiram 770 

Hiram L .... 861 
Hiram A .... 891 
Hiram H . . . . 1221 
Hiram D . . . . 1224 
Hiram F .... 2857 
Hollinter .... 1106 

Horace 240 

Horace M . . . . 561 

Horace 583 

Horace a .... 822 
Horace 8 . . . . 1981 
Horace N . . . . 2304 

Horace 2540 

Horace M . . . . 2561 



No. 

Horace M . . . . 2867 
HoraceT • . . .2868 
Horace D . . . . 8208 
Horace D . . . . 3216 
Horace M . . . .3301 

Horace 8418 

Horace 8466 

HoraUoN. . . .1146 
Horatio W . . .2860 
Horatio N . . .2873 
Hubbard O . . .3142 

Uubbell 3146 

Uuldah 137 

Hnldah 142 

Uuldah 193 

Huldah 634 

Huldah 1431 

Uuldah 2614 

Uuldah 2719 

Uuldah 2754 

Huldah 2909 

Huldah B . . . . 2941 
HylemanJ . . .1028 

I 

Ichabod 6 

Ichabod 60 

Ichabod 162 

Ichabod . . • . : 277 

Ida 2240 

Ida 2462 

Ida 8161 

Ida M 3283 

IdesE 832 

Imogena .... 869 
Imogene .... 2555 
Inspertion . . . 1530 
Inspertlon . . . 1593 

Ira E 833 

Ira 8 937 

Ira 2032 

Ira 3207 

Irena 249 

Irena 789 

Irena B 1972 

Irena L 3166 

Isabell 3026 

Isaac T 89 

Isaac 241 

Isaac L 934 

Isaac H 958 

Isaac 1523 

Isaac O 1815 

Isaac 2799 

Isaac N 3228 

Isaac N 3230 

Isabella M . . . 1753 

Isabella 1985 

Isabella 1988 

Isabella 2151 

Isabella L . . . 2907 
Isabel L • • . . 2515 

Isabel 3600 

Israel .... . . 1508 

Israel 8375 

iMrael 2878 

Israel 8387 

J 

Jabez 1639 

Jackson . . . .2350 
Jackson .... 2454 

Jacob C 971 

Jacob H .... Io05 
Jacinlhla .... 2673 

Jaiel 1627 

Jalel 1589 

Jaiel 1716 

Jaiel 2680 



No. 

Jamea 48 

James 237 

James B .... 880 
James M .... 646 

James 786 

James 791 

James H . . . . 877 
James () .... 999 
James W . . . . 1019 

James 1049 

James E . . . . 1117 
James M . . . . 1168 
James W . . . . 1196 
James H . . . . 1248 
James 8 .... 1276 
James R L . . . 1294 
James B . . . . 1332 

James 1414 

James 1432 

James 1444 

James 1462 

James J 1977 

James N . . . . 1998 
James E . . . . 2023 
James B . . . . 2107 
James M . . . . 2116 
James V . . . . 2166 

James 2197 

James O . . . .2428 
James A . . . . 2571 
James ..... 2654 

James 2770 

James ..... 2781 
James D . . . . 2963 
James M . . . . 3036 

James 3139 

James 3163 

James M . . . . 8312 

James 3404 

James 8 .... 8431 
Jane M . . . . . 846 

Jane A 703 

JaneM 872 

Jane 893 

Jane 1286 

Jane 1289 

Jane J 1326 

Jane 1851 

Jane 1861 

Jane A 1866 

Jane 2044 

Jane 2121 

Jane M 2:i80 

JaneE 2431 

Jane a 2574 

Jane A 3267 

Jane M 8294 

Jane R 8300 

JaneH 8349 

Jason 2083 

Jathniel .... 1000 

Jay 2358 

Jefferson .... 374 
Jemima ..... 1814 

Jemima 2378 

Jemima 2612 

Jenette 1311 

Jerome 728 

Jeruitha 706 

Jerusha 1628 

Jerusha 1536 

Jerusha 1602 

Jeruxha 1724 

Jerusha T . . . 1746 

Jerusha 8400 

Jervam D . . . . 8210 

Jr'sse B 946 

Jesse F . . . . . 1846 
Jesse H 8491 



No. 

Joanna ..... 664 
Joanna B . . . . 996 
Joanna B . . . . 1006 

Joanna 1833 

Joanna 2212 

Joab 2788 

Joel 676 

Joel 831 

Joel 3490 

Joel 2624 

John 221 

John K 224 

John 236 

John 266 

John 292 

John B 868 

John 648 

John U 694 

John 700 

JohnF 724 

John 767 

JohnB 878 

John 886 

John N 890 

John I 902 

John W .... 942 

John '967 

John 1187 

JohnB 1208 

John H 1283 

JohnW 1278 

John 1388 

JohnC 1291 

John 1396 

John O 1297 

John 1462 

John 1468 

John 1497 

John 1562 

John 1567 

John 1620 

John 1706 

John 1811 

John 1844 

John K 1857 

John A 1900- 

JohnG 1944 

John A 2020 

John L 2066 

John McClelan . 2091 

John D 2092 

John L 2148 

John E 2168 

John B 2289 

John N 2301 

John K 2332 

John 2348 

John D 2424 

John O 2506 

John 2599 

John 2600 

John ...... 2619 

John 2626 

John 2664 

John U 2868 

JohnW 3002 

JohnF 3016 

John M 3106 

JohnW 8200 

John H 3225 

John H 3271 

John U 3016 

JohnF 3316 

John H 8338 

Johiel B . . . . 2168 
Jonathan .... 1168 
Jonathan . . • . 1666 
Jonathan .... 1667 
Jonathan .... 2028 





Jib. 


Jtmaflsax: M . . . 


JWC 


■fauMaimr W . . 


2Ksi- 


JlrausiUii. . . . . 


Hi-ji 


JloTUBiiur . . . . 


war 


^mxm 'J' . . . . 


;.::. 


^(•ii*» 'J . . . . 


Ij^.1 


^f<«>t':<t 


dr 


,"*.»-«t-:«L . . - . . 


iW 


Jl;n««-3i£ . . . . , 


IW 


Jl.lM'Jil - . . - 


4^. 


Jl(»t-rit W . . . 


k;.' 


^JC^Tj*! . . . - - 




Jont-jikV . . . 


:2:v 


JCWWJ'L .1 . . . . 


:3u£ 


J.*«*J«fc 


aSW** 


JiHtt^tk . . . . . 


l;<4i> 


Jii(t<-|>k^ 


:;^f 


j£i»^}'L 


ITlf 


^C*ri.V B . . . . 


aw: 


Jtrf<i»t S . . - . 


%¥*i 


Jc^pk C . . . . 


dir« 


J.*rj.b 


.ii4>ȣ 


J<i*ept 


.iirfft- 


JcR«-i>b B . . . . 


.SSH*' 


Jo#r|>b 


. :y&.^ 


Jtrtscpfc B . . . , 


.»Ti 


J:iM-ph K . . . . 


. &41& 


Ji^iitph . • • . . 


.M2 


JICi*<ri*h 


.S4J« 


J^^M-J'h E . • . . 


.M7< 


JOMrph K . . . . 


.M.S» 


Ju»>ijJi . . . . . 


. ««• 


Jo«>xab . • . . . 


. i«» 


Jij^ikh E . . . 


.15:4 


Jcy^buaV . . . . 


.nu 


Jo*^ pha« F . . . 


. 1«^ 


Jo««-ptiia<- B . 


.U(3» 


J->i<ph:ar M . 


. iiyi 


Jotf-cpttiiM- K . . 


.U*^ 


Ja»< ptiiz>e . . . 


. 14i^> 


JcH8«-ph.:if C . > 


. li«tii» 


Jv'^" J*;.:: «.'... 


. i.^v 


J\»!«. '.'i-I-.f A . 


. ;:.Vi^ 


jL'J'ri' iritf J . . 


. AMk> 


J wwiin • • • • 


. Ai 


^ kl A« » ft .]V • • • 


. :♦*• 


J^.r.h .... 


. Iblo 


tlw^.ih . . . . 


. 25:> 


fj J *^ * kii .... 


. »>3 


Ju.^i. na C . . 


. 1.14 


tlu:i.» E . . . . 


. i»+L» 


Jiili.i M . . . . 


. IvTo 


Jclst A . . . . 


. lltVJ 


Juii:i A . . . . 


. i;iv« 


Julia A . . . . 


. 22o> 


Ju.ia 


. 2;i46 


Julia A . . . . 


. 2370 


Jul:a A . . . . 


. i>T5 


Jul.aM .... 


.2440 


Ja.ia A . . . • 


. i^23 


Ji.lia M . . . . 


. jyoT 


Jui.a A . . . . 


. i«73 


J.;lia A . . . . 


. 3U11 


Ju ia M . . . • 


. 32!>1 


Julia A . . . . 


. 3-i^ 


Julia G . . . . 


.3330 


Julia A . . . . 


. 334S 


Julia 


.3409 


Julia A . . . . 


. 3455 


Julia A . . . . 


■ 1>*V* 


Julia K . . . . 


.3423 


Julia E . . . . 


.3546 


JuliiiB .... 


.3154 


Julietta L . . . 


.3359 


JuBiiu A . « • 


. 1037 


K 




Kate 


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419 



Joel A.J of B 



ontaomBry, IT.? 
id Lake, K.V. . 



L«ii,' of Danbnry. Conn aia 

•L«tI,< of Woodbrldge, Coon 3M 

•L«l M.,' of DiDbury, Conn Mo 

BcT. LsTl,' of SanRtrd. M.Y 7Ut) 

Lewl*,< of WoodbrMge, Conn 608 

•LlwliW.,>or BninawEck. Ohio .... isa 

Luelui,' of Bnilwwick, OhL« MM 

LDcii»,'orlla]'ieua. Ohio T4B 

•LUElua W.f of Auallnbura. Oblo . . . 1012 

Lacaa.'of eandLake.N.r. PIB 

■ - - • if Mlddltlown, N.Y. * ■" 



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.. jf Walllngford, Conn, , 

-i,.,n«.i«l,'of CaiDdon. Ind 

•Satl.snlel,' of Brown«illa, N.Y. , 
•Soab.'of SorUiKMt,N, V. . . . , 



' uf WalllnKford, Conn 
■ Norwich, Conn. . . 
',' of Chlciija, 11]. . . 



if LLltl* Falli, N.T. 



Samnel,'of Uanbelm.lT.T. HI 

Bamuel.' of Bethany, Conn Ill 

•Samuel,' of Qreen.lJ.V MO 

Bamuel.'of Homer, N.Y SU 

Uamuel.'ot Roibu^, Maei. 439 

ScIab.iVf Cuiden, UJ. '...'.'.'.'.'. Ill 

•Slmeon.'of Norwleb, Conn 130 

glial ' of Woodbrl<l«. Conn SM 

•ai[linianB..>d. atC>lro, 111 BOI 

Miinhni'.' iif Walllngford, 6i>nn.' ','.'.'. ID 

Bl..nhi.ii> uf Nbw Haven, Conn TO 

eu'plu'n.' of Woodbrldge.Conn lH 

aieulH'Ti," i)f Horth Orannfl, N J S71 

Sunlu'i^' of Woodbridn, Conn. .... 290 

£ix.|.h=nA.,'of Now Haven, Conn.. . . IM 

T. 

TImoihT.'of MorrtilovrD, NJ M 

TlmoLhv,' of Bethany, Conn M 

•TiniotbyT.,' of Albany, III »3« 

TUu>,' of BeUianT. Conn 401 

TItiu D.,' of Belhaiiy, Conn Ml 

V. 

•yannuuIeT,> of Camden, K.T. 831 

W. 

'•Walur,>of Rocktbrd, lU 908 

•Uev. Wealey,' of Callfbmla 1002 

•Dr. WnburF.,'of WByman,Pa. ... 993 

Wnilam.oof Uaiibarf,Conn. ...... 403 

WlllUm,'of KaalOransie, N.J M6 

William 8,,' of Palmyra, Wl WT 

• William 8.,' of Danbury, Conn ttTT 

William,' ol' New FalrW.ld, Conn. ... 104 

William a,,' of Woodbrldfe, Conn. ... T90 

• William,' of Cairo, 111 VU 

•WUlii,'orPlarpont,bbia ! loaS 

Z. 

•Zerl,>of Bvnden.Coon 41T 



Belknapp. 330. 
Bclllnnr, 334. 
Banbam, 3W. 



OTHER NAMES. 



Blllinn, 

Birdaall, : 
B landing. 
Bootb, 34 



Bradly, 3M, 33t,> B3B, 
34«,t 347. 3». 



ownaon, S28, 
■unwo. 330. 



Byingwn, 343. 

O. 
Cady.SM. 
Camp, aST, S«. 
Canneld,33;,>3«3,34>, 

sii. 

Carpenter, 333, 300. 
Carrier, 331. 
Cartinpon, SM.Ui.' 

Ceveltl, sa. 
Cbnae,"' 

Churob.'uf 



S38.* 



Condlt, 330, SU.* 
Oonklln, 3t0. 

Ooml'oi, 3M, 



OurUa, 333. too. 



Dodd, 330. 337. 



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APPENDIX. 



421 



DESCENDANTS OF DEACON PAUL PECK, OP 

HARTFORD, CONN. 



No. 

AbcV of Bristol, Conn 136 

*Abel O.J of Boston, Mobs 664 

Abijah,* of Berlin, Conn 54 

Abfjah* of Cayuga County, N.Y 126 

♦Abijj»h,» of Litchfield, Conn 66 

♦Abijah,6of Norwnlk, N.Y 280 

Abraham,^ of Litchfield, Conn 38 

Abraham ,B of Cornwall, Vt 93 

♦Alnnson A., « of Cornwall, Vt 170 

*Aldin,7 of Meriden, Conn 413 

Alfred,* of Lit<*hfield, Conn 239 

Amos,* of Middlctown, Conn. ...... 66 

Amo8,<(of Berlin, Conn . 141 

*Amzi C.,» of Marshall, N.Y 614 

Anthony ,0 of Marshall, N.Y 305 

♦Anthony,' of Clinton, N.Y 641 

Ariel,»of Kllesburgh.N.Y 148 

Asa » of Litchfield, Conn 147 

Asaiiel,^ of Litchfield, Conn 99 

*ABahcl,<> of Farmington, Conn 215 

♦Austin J.,7 of Leoul, Mich 492 

B 

Benjamin,* of Litchfield, Conn 36 

Benjamin,'* of Litchfield, Conn 88 

•Benjamin,* PalenvUle, N.Y 164 

C 

•Chauncey,« of Litchfield, Conn 205 

•Chauncey,' of Brownhelm, Ohio .... 647 

Cornelius,* of Litchfield, Conn 35 

•Cornelius W.,' Berlin, Conn 419 

D 

David," of Southington, Conn 137 

•De Witt C.,» of Mexico, N.Y 648 

B 

Edward,* of Berlin, Conn 256 

•Edward,' of Marshall, N.Y 609 

•Edwin 0.,7 of Uicbraond Centre, Ohio . 459 

EUada,o of Litchfield, Conn 92 

Kldad » of Berlin, Conn 114 

•Elijah M.,0 of Litchfield, Conn 221 

•Elijah,* of Litchfield, Conn 77 

•Elilah,* of Berlin, Conn 69 

•Elijah.* of Lenox, Mass 369 

Blinha,* of Litchfield, Conn 32 

Elisha,* of Brownhelm, Ohio 361 

Elisha,<^ of Lenox, Mass 149 

•Elisha A.,7 of Eagle, N.Y 490 

•Elisha," of New York city 868 

•Elisha F.,' of Brownhelm, Ohio .... 653 

Elisha,* of Howard, N.Y 288 

Elish,* of Middletown, Conn 68 

Bverard,* of Rochester, N.Y 284 

F 

•Fayette,' of Marshall, N.Y 661 

Freeman ,<^ of Berlin, Conn 121 

a 

•George B.,' of Marshall, N.Y 496 

•George A.,' of MarshaU, N.Y 620 

H 

Henry,* of New Haven, Conn. ..... 286 

•Henry M.,* of Haveratraw, N.Y 865 

•Henry,' of Castleton, Vt 615 

•Horace,* of Litchfield, Conn 210 

I 

Isaac,* of Kensington. Conn • 63 

Isaac,* of Marsh Jl, N.Y 298 

J 

•Jabez,* of Lenox, Mass. • • 864 

•James B.,' of Litchfield, Conn 872 

•James,' of Howard, N.Y 466 

•James W.,^ of Richmond. Ohio .... 460 

•Jamei I.,^ of Deansyille, N.Y 601 

86 



•James G.,^ of New Britain, Conn. . 

Jesse,* of Rochester, N.Y 

Jesse,* of New Haven, Conn 

John,' of Hartford, Conn 

John,* of Litchfield, Conn 

•John M.,* of Rockspring, 111. . . . 

Joseph,* of Berlin, Conn 

•Joseph L.,' of Lock, N.Y 

Joseph,* of Windsor, Conn 

•Josiah T.,' of Bristol, Conn 

Josiah,* of Bristol, Conn 

♦Julius,* of Cornwall, Vt 

Justus,* of Walcott, Conn 

♦Justus,' of Richmond Centre, Ohio 



Lament,* of Bristol, Conn. . 
Lemuel,* of Berlin, Conn. . . 
Lumon,* of Cold Spring, Wis. 

M . 

•Marcus,' of Goshen, Ind. . 
Moses,* of Kensington. Conn. 
♦Moses,' of Fabius, N.Y. . . 



N 



Nehemiah,* of Burlington, Vt. . • . 

Neuman,* of Excelsior, Wis 

«Norman,' of Rechester, N.Y. • . . 

O 

♦Oliver,* of Lenox, Mass 

♦Ozias,* of Plymouth, Conn. .• . . . 
♦Ozlaa W., of New Haven, Conn. . . 

P 

Pijul,' of Hartford. Conn 

Paul,* of Litchfield, Conn 

Philo,* of Litchfield, Conn 

R 

Reeve,* of Litchfield, Conn 

Reeve,* of Cornwall, Vt 

Reuben,* of Cornwall, Vt 

Richard,* of Bristol, Conn 

♦Romeo,* of Cornwall, Vt 

♦Russell U.,' of Southington, Conn. . 

S 
Samuel,' of West Hartford, Conn. . 
Samuel,* of Middletown, Conn. . • . 

Samuel,* of Berlin, Conn 

Samuel,* of Berlin, Conn 

Deacon Samuel,* of Berlin, Conn. • 

Samuel,* of Bristol, Conn 

♦Samuel H.J of New Orleans .... 
Seldcn,* of Berlin, Conn. .••... 

Silas,* of Marshall, N.Y 

•Sylvester,' of West Haven, Conn. . 

T 

Thomas,* of Litchfield, Conn 

Timothy,* of Litchfield, Conn. . . . 
Timothy,* of Litchfield, Conn. . . . 
Judge Tracy,* of Bristol, Conn. . . . 

V 
Virgil,* of Litchfield, Conn 



W 
Warren,* of Lock, N.Y. . . . 
•Warren ' of Moravia, N.Y. 
William,* of Litchfield, Conn. 
•William," d. in Wisoonshi . 
•William G.,» of New York . 
•William ' of Marshall, N.Y. 
Wooster,« of Caaileton, Vt. . 



Zebulon/ of Brictol, Conn. • 
Zebnlon,! of MarshaU. N.Y. 
2tebalon • of DeanivlUe, N.Y. 



No. 

607 
120 
286 

4 

11 

361 

124 

420 

6 
678 
139 
198 
132 
467 

138 
146 
860 



481 

62 

440 

825 
826 
433 

867 
226 
220 

1 

10 

102 

42 

06 

98 

821 

190 

400 

6 

24 
112 

61 
265 
307 
889 
848 
800 
664 

88 
46 

106 
820 

107 



277 
420 
15 
236 
878 
646 
882 



66 

186 
801 



422 



PBCK 6ESEAL06T. 



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Alkrn . • . 
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Aodrews . 
Atkii «OD . 
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Baeon . . 

Bftil«r . 
BaJ4vin 
Barton . 
Barth'^lome 
Baru^n 
Barnard 
Beach . . 
Bebe«^ . . 
Bi-ckwjth 
Bell. . . 
Benedict 
Bidwell . 
Binlf441 . 
BiMell . 
Blahop . 
Bo!e# . . 
Boardman 
Bon*on . 
B«>i*fr.rd 
UradK-y . 
Br^-t . . 
Br'#wn . 

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B-J' .ki.'.i^ham 
II- •-' 

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ButicT . 

C 

Cabi«» . , 

Ctr- n . 
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r:irrirj;flon 
Cat; n . 
Cha-e. , 
Cha'.terdon 
0)'-!fib . 

Clark . . 
C.'ark . . 
Ci'aric . . 
Com? . . 
Co*' . . . 
Cotf^swell 
Col- . . 
Collin/i . 
Co!ii<r . 
Coiivcroe 
CVtk . . 
Corn well 
G«K'h . . 
Cnuie , , 



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I>avioa 39l 

r^eao 3S4 

LN; Lano .... 373 

r>e Pate »1 

Ik- Wolf .... 373 
DlckioMa . . 373, 37V 



Dipple . 
lH>jIJttle 
I^unLam 
Dyer . . 



S<5 
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37*. 37y 
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Fartman 
&ivarda 
EUzabetb 
Elcvorth 



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Faranin 
Faiiee 
Pitch . 
Ff»ol . 
Ford . 
Foster 
Friebee 
Fuller . 



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Hall . . 

Ham-heel 

HarriiS'»n 

Hart. 372. 373, 377, .><S 

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Ha*. I* . . 

Hi»'.bard 

Hibbard 

Hickfl . . 

H:Kby . 

Hit'licock 

Hopkins 






37y 

370 
3Vi 
3*^4 

3SS 



Hopkius, 368, 869,373, 
370 

Hooker 3*57 

How 3*>7 

Hubbard . . 86S, 374 
Hantky 376 



Jerc 
Jcdd . 



Pack. 

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376. 37*, i* 



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Kei i^'Z!^ • . . . • 3%^ 
KeoDT'lutall ... oTT 

Keturah . . 3r-> 

K>^bc<a Ui\ 



Laxnpber .... 3T4 
Lan^^va . . 379. >2 
LatlisQcr .... ZZ^ 
Lawresce .... Z^ 
Levi*, 376, 37S, 37v. 

Li^d!ey ..... 376 
I>/Tfland .... 376 
Lninbard .... 3»ft^ 



Uann>«« . 
Mariififield . 
Mai>b . . 
Ma»'>n . . 
M..<''>iliner 
McEK.riald 
M*:rr;iEaB . 
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M..ZZV . . 

N !-♦.■..]« . . 
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Palmer . 
I'attt-rson 
Ptariioni 
IVrcival . 
Perki:<t . 
I'belps . 
rMumb . 
Pond . . 
Porter . 



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Sewari . . . 
^t:;^ra - . . 
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Wallace . 

WaJ't-r . . 

^Viiikir . . 

AVarD<*r . . 

Ward . . . 
. Wat*on . . 

Web*ter . 

WHdman . 

Well* . . . 

We#lcott . 

W>i>ti-hou«e 

Whitney . 

Whittle*ey 

Wiiltam«i . 

Wlnchell . 
V Woodruff . 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



The following index contains the names of all the Pecks in the work, 
excepting those in the local index and pedigree. 
The names will be found in the consecutive numbers. 



A 

No. 

Aaron Mi 

Aaron 1215 

AaroD 2C57 

Abbie Jane . . . 1153 
AbbleK . . . . 2.J15 

Abby 1740 

Abby Ann . . . 190<) 
Abby W . . . . 1971 

Abby 2213 

Abby 1714 

Abby H . . . . 23S3 
Abby M . . . . 23i*6 

Abby G 2996 

Abby R 2419 

Abby 3160 

Abby E 2533 

Abby ti 827 

Abby J 8:W 

Abiezer 83 

Abigail J . . . . 455 

Abigail 764 

Abigail 815 

Abigail 816 

Abigail G. . . .1140 

Abigail 1394 

Ablifall 1407 

Abigail 1577 

Abiirail 1637 

Abigail 1687 

Abigail 1761 

Abigail 18u2 

Abigail 1946 

Abigail 2053 

Abigail 2o70 

AbigJiil 2513 

Abigail 2596 

Abigail 2605 

Abigail 2641 

Abigail 2711 

Abigail 2804 

Abigail W . . . 28:30 

Abigail 2^25 

Abiah W .... 464 

Abijah 881 

Abiel li'>66 

Ablel 1627 

Abiel 1770 

Abiel 2166 

Abrier V . . . . 2172 

Abncr i737 

Abraham .... 16*j2 

Adalinc 320 

Adaline 649 

Adaline &97 

Adaline 711 

Adaline U . . . 1063 

Adaline 1101 

Adaline 1935 

Adaline 1965 

Adaline G . . .2485 

Adaline 2985 

AdalizaL . . . 29tf8 











No. 1 


Adalixa 926 | 


Addison 






.2049 


Adelbert . 






.2235 


Adelbert . 






. 2271 


AdellaF . 






.2300 


Adulald F 






. 2420 


Adelaid . . 






.3034 


Adelaid £ 






.3356 


A 


;ncB8 . 






. . 696 


A1 


. . . . 






.3060 


A 


an son 






. .3054 


A 


bert . 






. . 411 


A 


bert . . 






. . 491 


A 


Ibert T 






, . 726 


A 


Ibert T 






. . 727 


A 


[bert . 






, . 966 


Albert 






. . lOlO 


Albert . 






, . 1070 


Albert F 






. . 1994 


Albert . 






. .2361 


Albert S 






. .2859 


Albert H 






, .2864 


Albert H 






. .2866 


Albert . 






, .2988 


Albert L 






, .;joo3 


Albert D 






. .3012 


Albert . 






, .3095 


Albert . . 






.3156 


Albert . ■ 






.3265 


Albert . . 






.3460 


Alberta 






.3037 


Alberta U . 




. 2127 


Alder*on . . 




.3497 


Alexander H 




. 948 


Alexander . 




. 2142 


Alexander L 




. .2152 


Alexander . 




.2227 


Alfred P . . 




. 12.'>9 


Alfred . . 






. .1867 


Alfred . . 






.3080 


Alfndea 






. .2745 


Alfridoa . 






.3096 


Alice N . 






, .1098 


Alice Ann 






. .1958 


Alice . . . 






.2046 


Alice . . 






, .2264 


Alice . . . 






.2477 


Alice M. . 






.2547 


Alice . . , 






.2775 


Alice . . . 






. 3172 


Alice . . . 






.3289 


Alice . . . 






, .2183' 


AlidaC. . 






, .2183 


Alida C . 






.2989 


Allen 8 . 






. .1316 


Allen K 






, .1492 


Allen . . 






.1468 


Allen S . . 






, ,2fyi2 


Allen . . 






, .2199 


Allen G . 






. .2282 


Allen M . 






. .2564 


Allen . . , 






, .2600 


Al 


UenG. 






. .8310 



Almira . 
Almira . 
Almira A 
Almira E 
Almira . 
Almira S 
Almira . 
Almira . 
Almira . 
Almira H 
Almlna H 
Almerina H 
Alonzo . 
Alonzo . 
Alouzo M 
Alonzo B 
Alonzo T 
Alonzo . 
Alpha . 
Alpheus 
Alpheua M 
AlpheuB F 
Alphonoo T 
Alphunso . 
Alphonso F 
Altiey . . . 
Alzina . . 
Amanda . 
Amanda . 
Amanda A 
Amanda . 
Amanda M 
Amanda M 
Amanda O 
Amandana 
Arabroa . 
Ambros R 
Amy . . 
Amy . . 
Amy . . 
Amy . . 
Amy Ann 
AmyC . 
Amy . . 
AmyF . 
Amy . . 
Amy . . 
Amy . . 
Amy B . 
Amy Ann 
Amelia . 
Amelia . 
Amelia . 
Amelia J 
Amelia R 
Amenzo 
Amia . . 
Amie . . 
Amos . . 
Amos L 
Amos . . 
Amoret . 
Amoret . 



No. 

627 
1733 
1976 
2168 
2231 
2769 
2802 
3147 
,3199 
32.'>4 

723 
1300 

793 

1366 

, 1U64 

2176 

,1273 

, 581 

270 

2266 

,2862 

,3316 

19i)9 

,2710 

,3316 

1702 

2482 

432 

759 
1136 
2101 
2249 
2946 
2960 
3058 

203 
2563 

2.^9 
1698 
1779 
1789 
1950 
2170 
2189 
2373 
2762 
2980 
3390 
2124 

871 
2263 
2443 
3009 
2^8 
3215 
3093 

632 
1897 

322 
1886 
2634 

775 

866 



No. 

Andrew J ... 1043 
Andrew R . . . 1343 
Andrew .... 2262 
Andrew .... 3167 
Andrew J . . . 3462 
Andrew . . . .3498 
Angellne .... 566 
Angeline .... 1075 
Angellne .... 1045 
Angeline .... 2255 
Angeline . . . .2480 

Ann 18 

Ann 90 

Ann 232 

Ann 239 

AnnM 343 

Ann L 488 

Ann 623 

Ann B 457 

Ann R 642 

Ann 648 

Ann A 821 

Ann Eliza ... 910 

Ann 050 

AnnT 1108 

Ann S 1211 

Ann E 1213 

Ann 1238 

Ann ...... 1288 

Aim 1387 

Ann 1392 

Ann 1400 

Ann 1400 

Ann 1423 

AnnB 1467 

Ann 1719 

Ann 1741 

AnnB 1752 

Ann 1708 

Ann 1829 

Ann B 1961 

Aim d 2306 

Ann 8 23U 

Ann E 2771 

Ann B 2870 

Ann F 3222 

AnnL 3340 

Anna 29 

Ann J 8435 

Anna 160 

Anna 200 

Anna 245 

Anna 261 

Anna 484 

Anna H 6(i2 

Anna M .... 725 

Anna 738 

Anna li£ .... 060 

Anna O 1228 

Anna 1650 

Anna 1601 

Anna 1606 

Anna 1617 



434 



PECK OENEALOOT. 



Darld . . 

DHvidO. 
David. . 
Duvid N 
David. . 
Duborah 
Deboriih 

I>llli»UI) . 

Dilliviin . 
Dorothy 
]>um<>iid 
Duncan W 

B 

Ebonezcr 

Kbunezor 

Edgar . 

KdK»r M 

Kdgur L 

EdKHr . 

KdKnr . 

Kdfffir . 

Edmond B 

Kdmond H 

Kdwjird W 

Kdwurd 8 . 

Ktlwurd U 

Edwin . . 

EtlwitiF . 

Edwin J . 

K<lwln y . 

Klllo . . . 

Klrbert • . 

KUa. . . 

ElnJ. . . 

E tun L . . 

E Ion W . 

Kicuzur . . 

Elcazar . • 

Elvuzur J . 

Eli ... . 

Kll .... 

Kll . . . . 

Kli .... 

KUoti M . 

KHxIiii . . 

EllfhiiT . 

Ellzii . . . 

Kli/.ii . . . 

KUzai . . . 

Kll/.ii . . . 

Kli/a . . . 

Kli/ulM>t)i . 

EIi/.ul>i-tli . 

Kll/.ulu>ti> . 

Kli/.a)K-th . 

EU/.u)ulli . 

Kliziilu'lli . 

Kll/.iilutli . 

Eli/.uU«*th . 

KM/.JilKtii ,1 

Klizalu'th A 

Eliziihotli . 

KlnuT N' . 

Klnur ,1 . . 

Elnathaii • 

Kliialliati . 

Klnathan . 

EImIc . . « 

Klvlra . . . 

Ktiulino . . 

EiniMtii> . . 

Eniilitio . . 

EnimaJ . . 

Eniniu li . 

Emu'li . . 

Epliralin . 

Kpliraiin . 

Ephraim 13 



No. 
677 
045 
049 
925 
969 
121 
126 
241 
674 
415 
381 
871 



176 

677 
630 
749 
888 
895 
929 
941 
287 
322 
3:i4 
644 
708 
638 
796 
800 
889 
73:J 
380 
791 
940 
748 
823 
4K1 
498 
797 
622 
7i:i 

v»:u 

97 S 
302 

f.H 
WK 

74 
273 
31»5 
512 
8iKi 
1 

14 

24 

:u)i 

410 

SI 2 

747 

7.M 

U2 



H;l7 

7:u 
:j2i» 

«• 4 .< 

477 

4:x» 
7o;i 

854 
404 
37.S 
379 
600 



Eugene F 
Eunice F 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Eunice M 
Esther . 
Esther . 
PiMthcr . 
P^Btbcr . 
Esther . 
Ethel . . 
Ezra . . 
Ezra . . 
E Louisa 



Foirman 
Fanny . 
Fanny . 
Fanny 
Fanny C 
Fannie . 
Fowler , 
Fowler , 
Francis O 
Franc In C 
Frances 8 
Frances . 
Franklin 
Franlciin H 
Frederick . 
Frederick B 
Frederick L 
Frederick A 



Gary . . 
Garret . 
Georjro B 
Ucorge W 
Grorgo 11 
Gt't»rtfo 1 
GoorKo . 
(icori^fo II 
(Ji'ori?e . 
(icurf^o . 
Gi'orire B 
(icorjiri'' S 
(u"orifi» . 
Gt'ori{o 
(no rife T 
Gvorfre . 
CK'orifo \V 
Gi«U-«")n H 
GiiltMMi d 
(liili'on . 
(iil>b<4 . . 
Grace . . 
(irace . . 
(Jraci* . . 
Grundville 



O 



Ilutinah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hjinnah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Harry . 



II 



No. 
740 

60 
174 
24b 
364 
810 
876 
104 
309 
671 
404 
679 
460 

67 
193 
905 



290 
480 
603 
906 
913 
974 
681 
682 
346 
349 
756 
790 
724 
943 
360 
762 
800 
891 



75 
692 
225 

3;J4 
352 
4;il 
448 
511 
513 
537 
541 
548 
549 
5(i5 
852 
9;i3 
947 
557 
5t« 
567 
OHl 
82 
234 
2:M) 
328 



5 
28 
61 
14l> 
200 
208 
212 
243 
375 
306 
68.S 
612 
861 
293 



Haryey • . 
Harriet . . 
Harriet . . 
Harriet . . 
Harriet . . 
Harriet . . 
Harriet F . 
Harriet . . 
Harriet £ . 
Harriets . 
Harriet E . 
Harriet E . 
Henry J . . 
Henry . . 
Henry J . . 
Henry A • 
Henry H . 
Henry . . 
Henry W . 
Henry . . 
Henry . . 
Henry L . 
Henry . . 
Henry 8 . 
Henry J . 
Henry C . 
Henry E . 
Henry E . 
Henry F . 
Henry 8 . 
Henry 8 . 
Henry W . 
Henry W , 
Henry C . 
Henry . . 
IlenrietU M 
Henrietta . 
Helen M Y 
Helen . 
Helen . . 
Helen F. . 
Helen O . 
HepHibeth . 
Herman . . 
Hennun U 
Herman V 
Henuon N 
Herbert N 
IletUi Ann 
Hetb . . 
Hezekiah 
Hezeklah 
Hezekiah 
Hezekiah 
Hezfkiuh 
Hiram O 
Homer . 
Horace . 
Horace . 
Horace . 
Horace 
Horace 
noi'a<o 
Huldah 
Uuldah 



M 
15 



•»i ' 



IdaE . . . 

Ida V . . . 

Iru . . . . 

ira . . . . 

Ittauc . . . 

I^uac . . . 

Isaac . . . 

Isaac . . . 

Isaac . . . 

Isaac . . . 

Ivunc . . . 

Isabella C . 



No. 

303 
126 
571 
5»1 
6d5 
6-J6 
639 
666 
813 
815 
927 
936 
260 
31 S 
336 

402 
607 
536 
650 

680 
690 
692 
644 
784 
824 
828 
838 
882 
887 
942 
946 
972 
728 
3u2 
696 
355 
438 
732 
786 
8«J2 

Go 
320 
324 
51»3 
594 
757 
597 

GO 
31i> 
384 
3?W 
3'.»3 
517 
803 
508 
501 
313 
742 
753 
755 
877 
178 
370 



741 
873 
675 
258 
8W 
358 
392 
493 
491 
496 
114 
943 



Ivrad 



Jabez . . 
Jacob . . 
James . 
James 
James • 
James . 
James . 
James 
James K 
Jane Ann 
Jane . . 
Jane E . 
Jane A . 
Jane . . 
Jared B. 
Jenetta A 
Jenetta A 
Jeremiah 
Jeremiah 
Jerome B 
JeruAha 
Jenii»ha 
Jesse L 
JestK; Lt 
Joan nab 
Joannah 
Joel . 
Joel . . 
Joel . 
Joil 8 . 
Joe) . . 
Joel . . 
Johannab 
John . 
John . 
John . 
John . 
John H 
John . 
Jolui . 
John . 
John B 
Juhn F 
John . 
John (2) 
Jolin X 
John B 
John . 
John . 
John . 
John T 
John M 

1* 

J 



John 
John 
John B 
John A 
John II 
John B 
John K 
John H 
John L 
John A 
John . 
Jonutlian 
Jonathan 
Joseph . 
Joseph . 
Joseph . 
Joseph . 
Joseph 3 
Joseph H 
Joseph P 
Joseph W 
Joshua . 
Josiah . 
Jofriah . 



Bs. 
91 



CM 

Wl 
141) 
177 
3« 
43) 
421 
S3» 
872 
57i 
657 
779 
795 
93) 
474 
814 
63 
343 
359 
769 
28S 
3U8 
181 
673 

auft 

42S 
191 

-m 

221 
421 
65S 
672 
141 
9 
264 
284 
346 
347 
4u3 
409 
451 
4d8 
5t'i6 

ess 

G:*7 
710 
711 
TJA 
767 
7S5 
7'i8 
843 
858 
8M 
8^5 
iM) 
904 

yi2 

914 
Vi37 
i»61 
953 
973 
830 
850 
77 
243 
26b 
430 
539 
709 
727 
862 
676 
144 
4S7 



GENERAL IKDEX. 



425 



Daniel W 
Daniel il 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
Daniel . 
D&niei . 
Daniel . 
Daniel R 
Daniel . 
Durius . 
Darius . 
Darius . 
Darius B 
David . . 
David . . 
Davi<i . . 
David . . 
Da\id. . 
David . . 
David 8 . 
Da\id B . 
David B . 
Duvid P . 
Davis . . 
Deborah A 
Deborah 
Deborah 
Deborah 
Deborah 
Decature 
Delight G 
Delight U 
Delia . 
Delia G 
Delia . 
Delia . 
Delia . 
Deliverance 
Deliverance 
Deliverance 
Demrtter 
Dcvillo . 
Dewane . 
DewitO. 
Dianna . 
Dianna . 
Dorothy 
Dorothy 
Dorothy 
Dorastus 
Drusilla 
Dyer O . 



E 
Ethan . . 
Eastman O 
Ebeuezer . 
Ebenezer D 
Ebenezer . 
Ebenezer . 
Ebenezer T 
Ebenezer . 
Eddie . . . 
Eddie. . . 
Edgar B . 
Kdgar Q . 
Edgar A . 
Edmond E 
Edmond L 
Edmond B 
Edmond B 
Edmond V 
Edmond E 
Edmond B 
Edmond L 
Edna A . . 
EdsonO . 



No. 

1256 
1281 
1439 
1721 
2508 
2594 
2630 
2692 
2752 
3363 
3019 
107 

2o: 

1443 
2372 

483 

663 
161^ 

689 
2:«8 
2617 
33:^2 
3445 
3475 
3496 
2765 
,1115 
1512 
1571 
1609 
3U27 
2453 

445 
2363 

533 
1247 
2S18 
3261 

543 
2608 
3017 
3377 
2288 

913 
2269 
2326 

206 
1684 
1390 
1404 
2647 
3086 
2203 

750 



.3238 
.1145 
. 140 
.2090 
.2764 
.2832 
.2943 
.3234 
. 1079 
.3117 
.1383 
.2:374 
.3044 
. 1097 
.1110 
.24'M 
.3193 
.8202 
.3219 
.3361 
.8372 
.2566 
.2138 



Edward J . . 
Edward F. . 
Edward F . . 
Edward K . 
Edward A . 
Edward M . 
Edward F. , 
Edward C . . 
Edward . . , 
Edward N 
Edwin A . 
Edwin T . . 
Edwin L . 
Edwin C . 
Edwin H . 
Edwin B . 
Edwin . . , 
ElUo L . . . 
Kgbert . . 
Klbert . . 
KldoraB . 
Ellenor B . 
Eienor . • 
Eienor J . 
Eienor J . 
Kieazcr . • 
KlecU . . . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Pllizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth A 
Elizabeth H 
Klizabeth A 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . . 
Elizabeth . , 
Elizabeth 8 
Elizabeth N 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth 8 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Klizabeth . 
Elizabeth M 
Elizabeth E 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth . 
Elizabeth J 
ElixabethC 



No. 
. 406 
. 978 
. 1082 
.1085 
.1163 
. 1230 
.2013 
.2102 
.2541 
.3493 
.1178 
.1204 
.2384 
.2429 
.2942 
.3364 
. 855 
.1157 
.2155 
.2233 
.1177 
. 382 
. 705 
. 730 
.1092 
.1596 
.3144 
. 24 
. 3 
. 20 
. 51 
. 59 
. 138 
. 153 
. 236 
. 2.j6 
. 257 
. 324 
. 333 
. 387 
. 485 
. 573 
. 641 
. 754 
. 894 
. 1053 
.1205 
.1353 
.1385 
.1389 
.1398 
.1471 
.1507 
.1524 
.1541 
.1556 
. 1572 
.1688 
.1646 
.1707 
.1780 
.1813 
.1816 
.1858 
.1954 
.1986 
.2098 
.2200 
.2295 
.2337 
.2416 
.2473 
.2493 
.2944 
.2976 
.3031 
.8045 
.8141 
.8236 



No. 
Elizabeth . . . .8412 
Elizabeth H . . . 381 

Elihu 2678 

Eliza 649 

Eliza A 1176 

Eliza A 968 

Eliza 341 

Eliza J 863 

Eliza A 868 

Eliza J 907 

Eliza J 914 

Eliza A 1083 

Eliza 1898 

Elizas 1936 

Eliza M 2iX»l 

Eliza TO.... 2311 

Eliza 8 2497 

Eliza F . . ... 2831 
Eliza W . . . . 2915 
Eliza Ann . . . 1837 

Eliza 3070 

Eliza G 3123 

Eliza D .... .3273 

Eliza B 3333 

Eliza 2449 

Eliza D 2182 

Elit'ha 773 

Elisiia 1595 

Elisha 2154 

Eliitha 2590 

Eliphalet .... 589 

Kliub H 848 

Elias O 1139 

EliasJ 2162 

Elijah 1535 

Elioenai .... 1763 

El'en F 688 

Ellen J 803 

Ellen O 1234 

Ellen O 1350 

Ellen 1371 

Ellen 1849 

Ellen M . ' . . . 2008 

Ellen 204S 

Ellen 2335 

Ellen II 8203 

Ellen M 8295 

Ellen F 3335 

Ellen A 8371 

EUaC 792 

Ella a. 809 

Ella J 944 

Ella J 960 

Ella J 1051 

Ella 1260 

EUaO 2401 

Klla 2405 

EllaR 2426 

Ella 2496 

EllaM 8262 

Elmer J 887 

Elmer 2060 

Kline rB 686 

Klsa 8 . . ' ... 632 
Elsa J . . * . . . 1266 

ElsaA 2889 

Elvira &£ . . . .1245 

Elvira 631 

Elvin 2232 

Elwln 1261 

E. Lyman .... 1262 
E. L. Peck . . . 3368 
Emma B . . . . 2186 
Emellne .... 661 
Emeline M ... 660 
Emellne O . . . 666 
Emellne .... 712 
Emellne .... 1081 
Emeline E . • .1478 



Emeline F 
Emeline . 
Emily. . 
Emily . 
Emily B 
Emily S. 
Emily . 
Emily W 
Emily A 
Emily M 
Emily F. 
EmilyC. 
Emily. . 
Emily J . 
Emily . . 
Emily L . 
Emily U 
Emma . 
Emma J 
Kmma J 
Emma F 
Emma II 
Emma C 
Emrna . 
Emma A 
Emma A 
Emma H 
Kmma L 
£m*ma A 
Emma A 
Emma . 
Emma . 
Emma E 
Kmogene 
Emory A 
Emory . 
Ephraim K 
Erastus 
Erastus 
Erasmus 
KrneHt C 
Ernest F 
Ernest . 
Eron . . 
Erwin H 
Esther . 
Esther • 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther O 
Esther J 
Esther . 
Esther 8 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther . 
Esther 
Esther 
Estella B 
Eugene O 
Eagene . 
Eugene W 
Eugene O 
Eugene F 
Eugene . 
Eugene A 
Eugene 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Eunice . 
Bonioa . 



V 
P 



No. 

3241 

3247 

630 

662 

1031 

1209 

1324 

1354 

2414 

2570 

2871 

2960 

3149 

3370 

,3440 

Si74 

3482 

733 

854 

,1009 

,1124 

,1167 

1176 

1821 

,2030 

.2306 

,2387 

,2412 

,'2534 

.2550 

3008 

3090 

.3318 

1112 

,2546 

2894 

, 916 

.2983 

,3066 

,1710 

694 

2299 

,3116 

884 

1109 

12 

126 

, 164 

, 386 

408 

490 

713 

731 

1217 

3221 

1386 

1619 

1764 

2686 

2006 

2792 

2914 

2940 

3194 

090 

098 

786 

740 

1164 

1261 

2040 

2011 

2467 

809 

691 

848 

1629 

1920 

8i«0 



436 



PECK GENEALOGY. 



Ho. 
BImeonB .... 642 

Smith 623 

Bmith 918 

SopbU 422 

SophU 714 

Sophia 729 

Sophia 828 

Susannah .... 226 

Suaan 607 

SoaanC 7M 

SnMn 846 

Sybel 403 

Sybil 675 

Sylvia 294 

Sylvia M .... 321 
Sylvia 327 



T 

Ho. 

Thadeua .... 436 
Theodore .... 351 

Thomaa 812 

Thomas .... 618 
Thomas . • . • 661 

Treat 966 

Traman .... 172 
Truman .... 173 
Truman .... 464 
Tumey 288 

V 

Violet A .... 656 

Violet 216 

Violet 80 



W 

Ho. 

Warren M ... 869 

Wilbier 746 

William .... 73 
William .... 261 
William B ... 274 
William W ... 353 
William .... 413 
William .... 463 
William .... 701 
William H ... 706 
Williams ... 707 
William H . . . 712 
William .... 776 
William W ... 777 
William J . . . . 804 
WUliamS ... 939 



Ft. 

William H . . . 9M 
William . . . . sn 
Winthrope . . . S4A 
Wooater • • . . SN 

Wyllya 811 

Wyllys ttt 

Z 
Zarkarlah . . . iSS 

Zalmon A 

Zalmon 880 

Zenas 2SS 

Z^nuH ..... 374 

Zilpha 8i9 

Zera 686 

Zuba W 



DESCENDANTS OF HENRY PECK, OF NEW HAVEN, 

CONN. 



A 

No. 

Aaron 868 

Abel 36 

Abel 689 

Abigail 6 

Abigail 21 

Abigail 61 

Abigail 66 

Abigail 133 

Abigail . . . . , 166 

Abigail . . . • . 168 

Abigail 173 

Abigail 184 

Abigail 201 

Abigail 42-S 

Abigail bua 

Abigail 097 

Abiah 104 

Abiah 516 

Abicl 358 

Abihu 87 

Abijah 662 

Ab)>yU 856 

Abbfc 957 

Achsah 944 

Adaline 903 

Addle M .... 970 

Adolia 012 

Albert ..... 455 

Albert 809 

Alfred L . . . .1030 

Alfred L . . . . 1040 

Alice 818 

Alice E 1066 

Almlra 504 

Almon H . . . . 1031 

Alonzo 808 

Alvlii T 858 

Amanda . . • < 607 

Amanda .... 708 

Amanda B . . • 813 

Amuritta .... 501 

Amarillis .... 653 

Ambrose .... 116 

Amey 281 

Amey L 323 

Amey 336 

AmoN B 609 

Anizi 810 

Anah 461 

Andrew .... 420 

Andrew .... 688 



No. 

Andrew .... 956 
Angeline «... 666 
Anna ..••.. 96 
Anna (2) . • • . 96 

Anna 800 

Anna 496 

Anna 672 

AnnaH 627 

Anna 706 

Anna 730 

Anna B 1006 

Anna A 1016 

Annie 449 

Annie 927 

Annie H . . . . 1054 

Ant»el 505 

Arthur M . . . . 817 

Asa 226 

Asa 700 

Asa 800 

Ana 909 

Asenath .... 284 
Asenath .... 310 
Augustus .... 298 
Augustus .... 915 

Ava li 879 

Azel 245 



No. 



B 

Barnabas . . . 
Barnabas . . . 
Bathsheba . . 
Hathsheba . . 

Bcla 

Bird 

Ben^ah . . . 
Bennjah . . . 
Benjamin . . . 
Benjamin . . . 
Henjamin . . . 
Benjamin . . . 
Benjamin (2) . 
Benjamin . . . 
Benjamin ... 
Benjimiin . . . 
Benjamin . • . 
Benlamin ... 
Benjamin . . . 
Ben net W . . . 
Bothlah . . . 
Bethiah . . . 
Betsey . . . • 



49 

147 

119 

283 

270 

876 

41 

602 

78 

80 

82 

121 

124 

339 

407 

470 

698 

733 

750 

771 

252 

947 

816 



Betsey M . . 


. . 848 


Betsey . . . 


. . 865 


Betsey . . . 


. . 879 


Betsey . . . 


. . 881 


Betsey B . . 


. . 444 


Betsey . . . 


. . 603 


Beuey . . . 


. . 619 


Betsey . . . 


. . 642 


Betoey . . . 
Bradford . . 


. . 999 


. . 487 


BuUh . . . . 


. . 660 


C 




Caleb . . . . 


. • 169 


CaUin . . . 


. . 714 


Calvin . . , 


. . 719 


Calvin . . . 


. . 94y 


Candace . . 


. . . 313 


Carrie A . 


. . . 963 


CarHcE. . 


. . .1022 


Caroline . . 


. . . 337 


Caroline . . 


, . . 672 


Caroline . , 


, . . 686 


Caroline W . 


. . . 601 


Caroline . . 


. . 82S 


Caroline A . 


, . . 1058 


Catharine . . 


. . 322 


Catharine . . 


. . 397 


Catharine . . 


. . 424 


Catharine L , 


. . 645 


Cornelia M 


. . . 748 


Cornelius . . 


. . 421 


Cornelius . . 


. . 631 


Charlott . 


. . . 279 


Charlott . . 


. . . 978 


Charlott F 


. . . 857 


Charles . . 


. . . 43 


Charles 8 . 


. . . 107 


Charles . . . 


. . . 393 


Charles . . . 


. . . 649 


Charles R . 


. . . 749 


Charles . . 


. . . 811 


Charles . . 


. . . 880 


Charles H . 


. . . 881 


Charles II . 


. . . 887 


Charles W 


. . .1004 


Charles M . 


. . .1043 


Charles B. . 


. .1060 


Charlie . . . 


. . . 797 


Charlie B . . 


, . . 869 


Chauncey . . 


. . 621 


Ohauncey A . 


. . 693 



No. 

Chloe 410 

Ciarisita 843 

Clarissa. .... 666 

Clarissa 1087 

Clark 501 

Clero F .... 763 

Clement L. ... 901 

Clement 8 .... 904 

Clinton 1069 

Cordelia C. ... 973 

Cordova B . . . 9M 

ColaS 986 

Cynthia 250 

Cynthia 399 

D 

Dan 373 

Daniel 51 

Daniel 150 

Daniel 321 

Daniel 343 

Daniel 356 

Daniel 462 

Daniel 8 .... 736 

Daniel 951 

Darius 488 

David 361 

Desire 30 

Deborah .... 371 

Dinah 74 

DverS 743 

Dorcas 282 

£ 

Ebenezcr .... 23 
Ebonezer .... 28 
Ebenczer .... 63 
Ebenezvr .... 86 
Kbenezer .... 192 
Ebcnezer .... 429 
Kbenezer . . .623 
Ebcnezer .... 262 

Ebb<-e 233 

Edith M 836 

Edward H R . . 626 
Edward P. ... 628 

Edward 291 

?:dward 456 

Edward H ... 833 

Edward 1032 

Bdwin 661 

BdwinS 768 



GENERAL INDEX. 



427 



No. 

HattieL . . . .1327 
Hattie H . . . . 1379 
HatUeB . . . .1491 
Helen A .... 823 
Helen H .... 918 
Helen AW... 103U 
Helen If ... . 1299 

Helen 1480 

Helen L 2312 

Helen 2458 

Helen Q . . . . 2494 

Helen 2893 

Helen 3006 

Helen 3104 

Helen M . . . .3200 

Henry 174 

Henry 267 

Henry W . . . . 407 

Henry 840 

Henry C .... 852 

Henry C 923 

Henry L .... 977 

Henry 1028 

Henry 1050 

Henry A . . . . 1066 
Henry M . . . .1181 
Henry U . . . . 1308 
Henry W . . . . 1312 
Henry P .... 1328 
Heitry £ . . . 1334 
Henry C . . . .1340 
Henry O . . . . 1345 

Henry 1377 

Henry 1653 

Henry 1907 

Henry 1947 

Henry H . . . .2064 
Henry U . . . . 2228 
Henry C . . . . 2i46 
Henry 8 . . . . 2251 
Henry W . . . . 2293 

Henry 2355 

Henry C . . . . 2369 
Henry W . . . . 2398 

Henry 2450 

Henry 2892 

Henry C . . . . 3105 
Henry O . . . .3*270 
Henry W . . . .3417 

Henry 34^10 

Henrietta .... 2822 
Hepgibeth H . . 2058 
Hepsibeth .... 3057 
Herbert J . . . . 982 
Herbert J . . . .1011 

Herbert 3114 

Herbert A . . . 3189 

Herbert 22^7 

lierinon A . . . 3337 
Hermon 8 . . . . 3343 

Hester 2406 

Hezekiah 8 . . . 2078 
Hezekinh M . . . 2504 
Hczekluh . . . .2712 

Hiram 770 

Hiram L .... 861 
Hiram A .... 891 
Hiram II .... 1'221 
Hiram D . . . . 1224 
Hiram F . . . .2857 
HuIiiMter .... 1106 

Horace 240 

Horace M . . . . 561 

Horace 5H3 

Horace G .... 822 
Horace 8 . . . . 1981 
Horace N . . . . 2304 

Horace 2540 

Horace M . . . . 2561 



No. 
Horace M . . . . 2867 
Horace T . . . .2868 
Horace D . . . . 8208 
Horace D . . . . 3216 
Horace M . . . .3301 

Horace 8418 

Horace 8466 

HoraUoN. . . .1146 
Horatio W . . .2860 
Horatio N . . .2873 
Hubbard O . . .3142 

UubbeU 3146 

Huldah 137 

Huldah 142 

Huldah 193 

Huldah 634 

Huldah 1431 

Huldah 2614 

Huldah 2719 

Huldah 2754 

Huldah 2909 

Huldah B . . . . 2941 
HylemanJ . . .1028 



chabod . . 

chabod . , 

chabod . . 

chabod . . 

da ... . 

da ... . 

da ... . 

daM. . . 

des E . . 

mogena , 

mogene , 
nspertlon 
nspertioQ 

ra£ . . . 

raS . . , 

ra . . . . 

ra . . . , 

rena . . . 

rena . . • 

rena B . . 

rena L . . 

sabell . . 

saacT . . 

saac . . . 

•aac L . . 

saac H. . 

saac . . . 

•aacG . , 

•aac . . « 

fiaacN . . 

saacN . . 
snbella M 

aabella. • 

sabella . . 

sabclla. . 
sabella L 

sabel L • 

sabel . . . 

srael . . • 

srael . . . 

srael . • . 

srael . • . 



6 

60 

162 

277 

2240 

2462 

8161 

3283 

, 832 

, 869 

,2555 

1530 

1593 

833 

937 

,2032 

3207 

249 

789 

1972 

3166 

8026 

89 

241 

934 

958 

1523 

,1815 

2799 

3228 

8230 

1753 

1985 

1988 

2151 

2907 

2515 

8600 

1608 

8375 

2878 

8387 



Jabez 1639 

Jackson .... 2350 
Jackson • • . • 2454 

Jacob C 971 

Jacob H .... Io06 
Jacinthia .... 2673 

Jaiel 1527 

Jaiel 1689 

Jaiel 1715 

Jaiel 2680 



No. 

James 48 

Jamea 237 

James E .... 880 
James M . . . . 646 

Jamea 786 

James 791 

.James H .... 877 
James () .... 999 
James W . . . . 1019 
James ..... 1049 
James E . . . . 1117 
James M . . . . 1168 
James W . . . . 1196 
James M . . . . 1248 
James 8 .... 1275 
James R L . . . 1294 
James B . . . . 1332 

James 1414 

James 1432 

James 1444 

James 1462 

James J 1977 

James N . . . . 1998 
James E . . . . 2023 
James E . . . . 2107 
James M . . . . 2116 
James V . . . . 2166 

James 2197 

James C . . . .2428 
James A . . . . 2571 

James 2654 

James 2770 

James ..... 2781 
James D . . . . 2963 
James M . . . . 3036 
James ..... 8139 

James 8163 

James M . . . . 8312 

James 8404 

James 8 .... 8431 
Jane M . . . . . 846 

Jane A 708 

Jane M 872 

Jane 898 

Jane 1286 

Jane 1289 

Jane J 1326 

Jane 1861 

Jane 1861 

Jane A 1866 

Jane 2044 

Jane 2121 

Jane &£ 2380 

JaneE 2431 

Jane a 2574 

Jane A 8267 

Jane M 3294 

Jane U 3300 

JaneH 8349 

Jason 2083 

Jathniel .... 1000 

Jay 2368 

JeflTerson .... 374 

Jemima 1814 

Jemima 2378 

Jemima 2612 

Jenette 1311 

Jerome 728 

Jerusha 706 

JcruMha 1628 

Jerusha 1536 

Jcrusha 1602 

JeruKha 1724 

Jerusha T . . . 1746 

Jerusha 8400 

Jervam D . • . . 8210 

J«>sse B 946 

Jesse F .... .1846 
Jesse H 8401 



No. 

Joanna ..... 664 
Joanna B . . . . 996 
Joanna B . . . . 1006 

Joanna 1833 

Joanna 2212 

Joab 2788 

Joel 676 

Joel 831 

Joel 8490 

Joel 2624 

John 221 

John K 224 

John 236 

John 266 

John 292 

John B 363 

John 648 

John M 694 

John 700 

JohnF 724 

John 767 

John B 878 

John 885 

John N 890 

John I 902 

John W .... 942 

John '067 

John 1187 

John B 1208 

John H 1233 

JohnW 1278 

.John 1388 

JohnC 1201 

John 1396 

John O 1297 

John 1462 

John 1468 

John 1497 

John 1662 

John 1567 

John 1620 

John 1706 

John 1811 

John 1844 

John R 1867 

John A 1900 

John Q 1944 

John A 2020 

John L 2066 

JohnMcClelan .2091 

John D 2092 

John L 2148 

JohnE 2168 

John B 2280 

John N 2301 

John K 2332 

John 2348 

John D 2424 

John G 2606 

John 2609 

John 2600 

John ...... 2610 

John 2620 

John 2664 

John H 2868 

JohnW 8002 

JohnF 3016 

John M 3106 

JohnW 3200 

John H 3226 

John H 3271 

John H 8016 

John F 8316 

John H 8338 

Johiel B . . . . 2160 
Jonathan .... 1168 
Jonathan . . • . 1666 
Jonathan .... 1667 
Jonathan .... 3028 



428 



PECK OENEALOGT. 



Jonathan M . 
Jonathan W 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonas G 
Jonas O 
Jortcph . 
Jui«eph . 
JoHoph . 
Joseph O 
Joseph W 
Joseph . 
Joseph W 
Joseph J 
Joseph . 
Joseph • 
Joseph . 
Joseph • 
Joseph B 
Joseph 8 
Joseph C 
Joseph • 
Joseph . 
Joseph B 
Joseph . 
Joseph B 
Joseph K 
Joseph . 
Joseph . 
Juseph £ 
Joseph K 
Josiah . 
Josiah • 
Josiah E 
Joshua V 
Joscphus F 
Josephine B 
Josephine M 
Josepliine K 
Josephine . 
Josephine O 
Jo8«-ptiii)c 
Josophine 
Josephine J 
Judith . 
Judith A 
Juiliih . 
Judiih . 
Judith . 
Juliaiina C 
Julia K 
Julia M 
Julia A 
Julia A 
Julia A 
Julia . 
Julia A 
Julia A 
Julia M 
Julia A 
Julia M 



Julia 
Julia 



A 
A 



Julia IS. . 
Julia A . 
JuI/aG. 
Julia A . 
Julia . . 
Julia A . 
Julia A . 
Julia E . 
JuliiiK . 
Julius . 
Julietta L 
Justin A 



No. 
.2087 
.2385 
.2415 
. W97 
. 513 
. 1152 
. 36 
. 55 
. 100 
. 486 
. 633 
. 752 
.1255 
.1302 
.1504 
.1540 
.1546 
.1716 
.2000 
.2004 
.2086 
.24U2 
.2509 
.2800 
.2935 
.3072 
.8415 
.3421 
.3459 
.3486 
.3489 
. 499 
. 608 
.1374 
.2113 
.1980 
.1039 
.1192 
.1488 
.1490 
.r.>60 
.2270 
.2538 
.3043 
. 32 
. 749 
. 1513 
.2578 
.2683 
. 414 
. 940 
.1076 
. 1162 
. 2219 
. 2258 
.2346 
.2370 
.2375 
.2440 
.2923 
.2957 
.2973 
.3011 
.3281 
.3293 
.3330 
. 3348 
.3409 
.3455 
.3464 
.3423 
.3546 
.3154 
.3359 
.1037 



Kate 
Kezia 



1290 
2680 



No. 

Kezia 2650 

Kezia 2712 

Kezia 2778 

Kezia 2805 

Kezia 2918 

Kirlc 795 

L 
LaforestH . . .3180 
Lattimer .... 1768 

Laura 438 

Laura J 503 

Laura J 805 

Laura A . . . . 859 

Laura 952 

Laura J • • . . 1313 
Laura M . . . . 2021 

Laura 2050 

Laura R . . . .2549 
Laura W . . . . 2551 

Laura 2874 

Laura U . . . . 3048 

Laura 3406 

Laura 3448 

Lavonia 318 

Lavinia 554 

Lavinia . . . .2117 
Lavinia A . . . 2147 

Lavinia 2195 

Lavinia 2257 

Lavinia 2352 

Lavem 3298 

Leander B . . . 3314 
LeanderR . . .3357 
Lcharron .... 1933 

Lelia 2046 

Lcland 2699 

LeIandT .... 849 

Lemira 1899 

Lemira M . . . . 2486 
Lemira W . . . 2916 
Lemira W . . . 3337 

LenaC 9(31 

Leonora B . . . 797 
Leonora .... 1309 
Leonard . . . .2417 
Leonard L . . . 3128 

Lepha 1335 

Lepha 209 

Lepha 215 

Leroy E .... 3354 

Lewis 372 

Lewis R .... 1148 

Lewis J 904 

Lewis 1216 

Lewis 839 

Lewis 1219 

Lewis J 1375 

Lewis 2519 

Lewis 26-23 

Lewis 2625 

Lewis 2817 

Lewis W . . . . 2906 

Lewin 2986 

Lilly K 1293 

Lilly 2464 

Lillie 3112 

Lilis 1482 

Linda 397 

Lizzie 615 

Lizzie 3250 

Lizzie 3471 

Lodcuce .... 2268 

Lois 304 

Lois 105 

Lois 1632 

Lois 1772 

Ix>is 2030 

LoisK 2063 



No. 

LoisT 2776 

Lot 2611 

Lloyd O . . . .2010 
LoiindaR . . .1185 
Lorauda I . . • . 2885 

Loring 1656 

LoringD . . . .1859 

Loring 2345 

Lorain 2879 

Lorenzo .... 2242 
Louisa A . . . . 348 

Louisa 541 

Louisa 636 

Louisa 742 

Louisa 878 

Louisa 1430 

Louisa 951 

liOuisaA . . . .1493 

I^uisa 2027 

Louisa ..... 2357 

Louisa 2794 

Louisa 8119 

Lousia 3478 

Louis W . . . . 2406 
Lowell H . . . . 1257 

Lucy 173 

Lucy 308 

Lucy Ann .... 412 

Lucy 357 

Lucy 494 

Luey Ann .... 1072 

Lucy A 1086 

Lucy A 1093 

Lucy H 1147 

LucyVV 1226 

LucyL 1804 

Lucy A 1381 

Lucy 1416 

Lucy 1880 

Lucy 2056 

Lucy 2057 

Lucy 2097 

Lucy E 2363 

Lucy 2672 

Lucy 8 2835 

Lucy 2839 

Lucy A 2917 

Lucy 8 3121 

Lucy K 3342 

Lucie 2827 

Lucln A 3177 

Luclnda .... 836 
LuclndaB . . .1973 
Luclnda . . . .3033 
Luclnda T . . .3249 

Lucius 1160 

Luccna 836 

Luclna E . . . . 1361 
Lucina 8 . . . . 2024 
Luclna 8 . . . .2236 

Lucina 3135 

Lucretla . . . .3028 
Lucretia A . . . 3487 
Lucretla . . . .3499 
LueliaK . . . .3178 

Luella 3187 

Luna A 3013 

Lurlila J . . . . 2065 

Lury 2432 

Lurana 3448 

Luther F . . . . 1495 
Luther B • . . . 3197 
LutheraM . . .3306 
Luvertia .... 1161 

Lydia 62 

Lydia 72 

Lydia 75 

Lydia 97 

LydU 155 



Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
L>dia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia B 
Lydia . 
Lydia U 
Lydia J 
Lydia A 
Lydia ^ 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia J 
Lydia A 
Lydia W 
Lydia \V 
Lydia E 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
i^ydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia B 
Lydia . 
Lydia N 
Lydia D 
LydiH D 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia A 
Lydia . 
Lydia A 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia D 
Lydia . 
Lydia . 
Lydia L 
Lydia C 
Lydia J 
Lydia L 
Lydia K 
Lydia W 
layman . 
Lyman . 
Lyman . 
Lymiui B 
Lyman . 



No. 
191 
2» 
281 

an 

481 

582 

638 

647 

65S 

671 

714 

745 

760 

S82 

838 

100 

128S 

1227 

1855 

1417 

1465 

1510 

1548 

1575 

1644 

1607 

1726 

1798 

1801 

192B 

1979 

2088 

2(M 

2177 

&» 



2507 
265S 
2700 
2741 
2778 
2820 
2878 
2912 
3087 
31SS 
3259 
3341 
3466 
317 
480 
564 
317l» 
1262 



M 



Madora A . . . . 3195 

Mahala 576 

Maliala D .... 656 

Mahala 741 

Mahala A .... 800 

Mshala 2006 

Mallnda 2211 

Manly D . . . .3129 

Mary 5 

Mary 35 

Mary 42 

Mary 52 

Mary 94 

Mary 161 

Mary 170 

Mary 179 

Mary 2W 

Mary 278 

Mary 390 

Mary 339 

Mary 342 

Mary 413 

Mary Ann. . . . 4S& 



GENERAL INDEX. 



429 



No. 

Mary 405 

Mary 502 

Mary Ann ... 519 

Mary 527 

Mary Ann . . . 544 

Mnry 56A 

Mary Ann . . . 574 

Mary 593 

Mary A 618 

Mary 8 626 

Mary 645 

Mary Ann ... 651 

MaryE 661 

MuryCI .... 687 

Mary 716 

Mary E 747 

Mary 774 

Mary A 781 

Mary E 794 

Mary E 806 

Mary Ann .... 813 

Mary 842 

Mary J 879 

Mary E 922 

Mary Ann . . . 927 
Mary Francis . . 9:t0 

Mary L 9.^ 

MaryE 946 

Mary Jane . . . 949 

Mary C 956 

Mary 963 

Mary B 964 

Mary £ 1007 

Mary 1045 

Mary A 10-18 

Mary E 1056 

Mary ET, . . . . 1069 

Mary J 1113 

Mary M 1114 

Mary F 1H6 

Mury r 1171 

Mary A 1187 

Mary E 1193 

Mary F 1197 

Mary G 12uO 

Mary K 1225 

Mary h 1228 

Mary E 1259 

Mary 1274 

Mary B 1301 

Mary J .... . 1323 

Mary 1325 

Mary M 13:;8 

Mary T 1351 

Mary 1368 

Mary A 1373 

Mary 1420 

Mary Ann .... 1440 

Idary 1449 

Mnry 1456 

Mary Ann . . . 1476 
Mnry Ann E . . 1477 

Mary 1484 

Mury 1499 

Mary 1503 

Mary 1534 

Mary 1538 

Mary 1552 

Mary 1553 

Mary 1576 

Mary 1584 

Mary 1599 

Mary 1605 

Mary 1^342 

Mary 1675 

Mary 1704 

Mary Ann .... 1797 

Mary 1800 

Mary K 1831 



MaryO . . . 
MaryC . . . 
Mary A . . . 
Mary D . . . 
Mary E . . . 
Mary E . . . 
Mary W . . 
MaryT . . . 
Mary .... 
Mary . . . • 
Mary D . . . 
MaryW . . 
MaryW. . . 
Mary A . . . 
Mary K . . . 
Mary .... 
Mary . . . . 
Mary . . . . 
Mary J . . . 
Mary H . . . 
MaryE . . . 
Mary . . . . 
Mary . . . . 
Mary E . . . 
Mary E . . . 
MaryE . . . 
Mary J . . . 
Mary L . . . 
Mary L . . . 
Mary F . . . 
Mary . . . . 
MaryE . . . 
Mary A . . . 
Mary M . . . 
Wary F . . . 
Mnry E . . . 
Mary . . . . 
Mnry . . . . 
Mary . . . . 
Mary . . . . 
Mary J . . . 
Mary . . . . 
Mnry M . . . 
Mary L . . . 
Mary . . . . 
Mary A . . . 
M ary J . . . 
Mary Ann L . 
Mary Ann . . 
Mary L . . . 



P 
L 
L 



Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 

Mary A . . 

Mary J . . 

Mary . , . 

Mary . . . 

Mary Ann . 

Mary I . . 

Mary 8 . . 

Mary O . . 

MaryE . . 

Mary . . , 

Mary Ann . 

MaryE . . 

Mary J . . 

MaryB . . 

Mary . . . 

Mary . • . 
Mary Ann 

Margaret . 

Margaret . 

Margaret . 

Margaret . 

Margaret . 

Margaret • 

Margaret • 



No. 

2305 
2402 
2438 
2499 
2517 
2507 
2520 
2552 
2602 
2701 
2767 
2772 
2828 
2900 
2948 
2968 
2987 
3007 
3040 
3049 
3051 
3079 
31 64 
3169 
3171 
821 1 
3217 
3231 
3235 
3244 
3246 
3260 
3299 
3300 
3339 
3362 
3379 
3.'i83 
3391 
3396 
3494 
3402 
3434 
3436 
3441 
3458 
3481 
3485 
1856 
IWl 
1893 
1895 
1910 
19.53 
1967 
1974 
2009 
2042 
2072 
2075 
2094 
2104 
213H 
2160 
2190 
2194 
2229 
2-276 
2308 
2325 
2328 
2359 
45 

290 

768 
1052 
1459 
1511 
1644 



Margaret 
Margaret 
Margaret M 
Martha . 
Mariha . 
Martha . 
Martha W 
Martha . 
Martha A 
Mariha M 
Martha.! 
Martha O 
Martha J 
Martha D 
Martha C 
Martha . 
Martha . 
Martha . 
Martha . 
Miirtha . 
Mariha . 
Martha H 
Martha V 
Mariha W 
Martha D 
Martha K 
Mariha W 
Martha E 
Mariha E 
Martha G 
Martha . 
Martha . 
Martha J 
Martha . 
Martha A 
Martha . 
Maria . . 
MaHaS . 
Maria . . 
Maria . . 
Maria L . 
Maria . . 
Marine . 
Maria L . 
Maria E . 
Maria H . 
Maria H . 
Maria . . 
Maria F . 
Maria E . 
Maria K . 
Maria . . 
Maria O . 
Maria B . 
Maria . . 
Maria E . 
Martin C 
Marvin K 
Marvin . 
Mariett . 
Marriett 
Marrietta 
Marcus U 
Marion A 
Marion M 
Marcellut 
Marianna T 
Marinda 
Marcia L 
Marietta 
Marietta 
Marinda • 
Mason d . 
Mattie . . 
Matilda A 
Medbery L 
Mehiiable 
MehiUlle 
Mehiubto 



No. 

1794 

2196 

3133 

172 

205 

4'26 

.446 

756 

10:i3 

1100 

1173 

1236 

1263 

1307 

1310 

1401 

14J0 

1526 

1532 

1597 

1694 

1836 

1838 

, 19ue 

1952 

2132 

2:371 

2487 

2488 

2500 

2666 

2788 

2854 

3405 

,3440 

,3492 

.255 

366 

422 

521 

605 

699 

838 

1107 

1319 

1352 

1718 

1843 

2:^64 

2382 

2506 

3005 

31U1 

8317 

3320 

3437 

2111 

660 

717 

1023 

2333 

1232 

1186 

1298 

3107 

2800 

2904 

3148 

3218 

3310 

3331 

2850 

467 

1347 

3010 

1834 

8380 

8874 

006 



No. 

Mehitable . , .2670 
Mehitable .... 702 
Mobitnble .... 3380 
Mehitable .... 2070 
Mehitable. . . .8403 
Melissa R . . . . 067 

MeUssa 28n 

Melissa 3501 

Melinda 1164 

Melinda 790 

Melvin 3166 

MelvinaBA . . 692 

Melonia 2234 

Morton 2471 

Mercy 2753 

Mercy 104 

MerrittE . . . .3324 

Mertella 3170 

MiiuD 911 

Miles 2082 

Miles 2153 

Milton L . . . . 2966 

Minerva 407 

Minerva A . . . 1356 
Minerva . . . .2340 

Minerva 403 

Minnie 2568 

Mira 208 

Mira 779 

Miranda H . . .8176 

Molly 1651 

Myra 2846 

Myra 600 

N 

Nancy 100 

Nancy 123 

Nancy 160 

Nancy 327 

Nancy 332 

Nancy 376 

Nancy 302 

Nancy F 450 

Nancy 616 

Nancy S 605 

NincyO .... 604 

Nancy 844 

Nancy 1026 

Nancy E . . . . 1174 

Nancy 1438 

N^ncy 1458 

Nancy 1636 

Nancy 1648 

Nancy 1600 

Nancy 1712 

Nancy 1760 

Nancy 1781 

Nancy 1804 

Nancy 1870 

Nancy 1806 

Nancy D . . . .1070 
Nancy J . . . .2122 

Nancy 2136 

Nancy A . . . .2246 

Nancy 2262 

Nancy B . . . . 2202 

Nancy 236U 

Nancy J .... 2706 
Nancy B . . . . 2833 
Nancy J . . . : 2856 
Nancy E . . . . 8083 
Naney S . . . . 3232 

Nancy 8242 

Nancy E . . . .8318 

Nancy 8302 

Naomi 84 

Naomi 176 

Naomi 814 

Naomi 2072 



430 



PECK OENEALOGT. 





N 


Naomi A . . 


. .8077 


Naomi A . . 


. .3065 


NarciBsa . . 


. . 565 


KarciBfia A . 


. .1306 


Kathuniol . . 


. .1679 


Nathaniels . 


. .2133 


Nathanii-1 . . 


. .2688 


Nathaniel . . 


. .2838 


Nathaniel . . 


. .2777 


Nathaniel . . 


. .2931 


Nathaniel . . 


. .3053 


Nathaniel . . 


. .8397 


Nathaniel . . 


. .3401 


Nathan . . . 


. .1421 


Neli»on ... 


. . 636 


Nelhon F . . 


. .1264 


Nelson . . . 


. .2029 


Nelson . . . 


. .^455 


NeUon O . . 


. .8075 


Nellie . . . 


. .3162 


Nellie M . . 


. .2068 


Newell ti . . 


. .2006 


Newton . . 


. .3092 


Nicholas . . 


. .1501 


Nicholas . . 


. .1521 


Nicholas • . 


. .1560 


Nicholas . . 


. .1661 


Nicholas . . 


. .1569 


Nicholas . . 


. .1594 


Nicholas . . 


. .1569 


Nicholas . . 


. .1723 


Nicholas . . 


. .1928 


Noah .... 


. . 243 


Noah .... 


. .1669 


Noah A . . • 


. .2381 


Noah .... 


. .2583 


Noah . . . . 


. .2627 


Nora . . . . 


. .1348 



o 



Octrtveo . . 

0\>('(\ . . . 

Olivor . . 

Olivor . . 

OlivtT . . 

OlivcrC. . 

OMviT . , 

Olivir . . 

Oliver II . 

OlIvLT E . 

Olivtr . . 

Oliver C . 

Olive . . . 

Olive . . , 

Olive . . . 

Olive . . . 

Olive B . . 

Olive . . . 

Olive . . , 

Olive . . , 

Olive A . , 
Olivia E . 
Oi)helltt A 

Oren 8 . , 

Orentes E , 

Orinda . . 

Oren B . . 

Oren D . . 

Orilla . , 

Ornon . . , 

Orvilla . . 

Orvilla . . 

Oncar . . , 

OBcar . • . 

Oncar A . . 

Oti« . . . . 

OtiHC. . . 

Otis . . . . 

O H. . 



739 

1426 

39 

41 

70 

llu 

ICA 

9;i5 

850 

3C)10 

343H 

210 

120 

128 

312 

373 

405 

772 

S07 

. 1GS8 

, 1W»7 

, 721 

22H4 

,2977 

, 808 

463 

2399 



,3214 
,3191 
3502 
102«) 
1024 
, 908 
1091 
2076 
1074 
1133 
1464 
8481 



Pag© . . . 
Palina L . 
Patsey . . 
Parlcer A . 
Panhenia 
Pardon B G 
Patience . 
Patience . 
Patience . 
Patience B 
Patience . 
Patience 
Patience 
Patience 
Patience C 
Patience 
Patrouella 
Peddy . 
Peleg . . 
Peleg . . 
Peleg . . 
Peleg . . 
Peleg . . 
Perez . . 
Perla . . 
Parraelia E 
Perry . . 
Peter . . 
Peter . . 
Phebe . 
Phebe , 
Phebe , 
Phebe V 
Phebe L 
Phebe P . 
I»hebc E 
Phebe A 
Phebe E 
Phebe . 
I'hebc. . 
Phebe . 
Phebe P . 
IM.ibe. . 
riube B 
Phebe . . 
Phebe . . 
Philip W 
I'hillp. . 
Philip \V 
Philip L 
Philip A 
Philoilio 
Philina . 
Philina . 
Philena . , 
Philonia . 
Philo A . 
Philo . . 
Philetta 11 
Philolte . 
Philander 
Plot)ma . 
IV.lly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly . . 
I'olly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly . . 
Polly M . 
Porter . 
Porter . 
Porter , 



Q 



No. 

8264 

1253 

1888 
1129 
1519 
3108 
. 7 
. 229 
. 369 
. 639 
. 979 
,1399 
1405 
1942 
,1956 
,3021 
,1518 
, 436 
. 2.'kJ2 
.2658 
.2798 
.2810 
.2813 
. 1382 
. 391 
. 989 
. 1320 
.1622 
.2763 
. 331 
. 360 
. 845 
. 874 
. 905 
. 921 
. 985 
.1096 
.1143 
,1424 
.1448 
. 1078 
. lS;Ki 
. H»21 
. U>62 
. 2u<»T 
. 324o 
. 146 
. 44-S 
. 4:)2 
. ISH.') 
. 2400 
. 271 
. 311 
. K47 
.2060 
. 50:i 
. 820 
. 34«>3 
. 568 
. G97 
.2218 
. 2051 
. 117 
. 148 
. 201 
. 358 
. 1625 
.1713 
. 1726 
. 1737 
. 1923 
. 2054 
. 2^)5:) 
.2663 
.3084 
.3263 
. ;M47 
.3488 



Prescllla 
PmciaC 
Prudence 
Prudence 



Rachel . 
Rachel . 
Rachel . 
Rachel • 
Rachel . 
Rachel . 
Rachel . 
Rachel W 
Rachel . 
Rachel . 
Rachel . 
Rachel . 
Rachel R 
Rachel . 

R . . 

liachel A 
Rachel Sf 
Rachel . 
Rachel , 
R;ichel 8 
liiiehcl . 
Rawtfcl K 
liebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca A 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
Rebeeca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
l*el)ef-ea 
Rebecca J 
Kel»e«c.i 
Ke'^ecca 
Rebecca 
Rebecca 
R'becca 
Rebecca D K 
Reed . . 
Relief. . 
Reuben J 
Reuben . 
Rhoda 
RhoJa M 
Roby . . 
Rhoda , 
Rhoda . 
Ricliniond O 
Richmond 
Richard . . 
Richard W 
Richard . 
Richard . 
Robert E 
Robert H 
Robert C 
I{obert II 
Robert . 
Rodman P 
Roena T 
Rogers R 
Rollin O 
Rosabella ' 
RoBalina 
RosUla . 



No. 

67 

777 

1731 

2682 



26 

71 

91 

169 

194 

ZU 

356 

699 

1410 

1429 

1516 

1628 

2112 

2202 

2526 

2.558 

2562 

2622 

2694 

2920 

*457 

1277 

1 

16 

37 

67 

76 

85 

189 

, 352 

,1170 

, 1391 

1434 

1549 

1564 

1566 

163JJ 

1679 

1729 

1746 

2156 

22or> 

25S1 

2582 

, a»52 

, 2L*:»y 

929 
, 192 
, 21 2y 
.2143 
. 2l»7 
. 468 
. 542 
. 16;i5 
. 2797 
. 6S4 
. 1654 
. 2979 
.2287 
.1865 
. 2:t49 
. 379 
. 1852 
.2204 
.2310 
.2351 
.1165 
. 449 
.1652 
.3103 
. 2ini5 
.1894 
.1930 



Ho. 

Rodna 1091 

Roaanna ... .314& 

Rom 8041 

Roxanna . . . .3140 
Roxanna P . . . SM4 
Rozallana .... 142S 

Royal m 

Royal 214 

Ruamie 2451 

Ruby 369 

RufusB 44S 

RufusA . . . . 6yl 
Rufus H .... 617 

RufuB 18M 

Rufus 2106 

Rulioa 523 

Ruth 151 

Ruth 364 

Ruth 8 440 

Ruth A 473 

RulhO 973 

Ruth 1437 

Ruth 1631 

Ruth 1668 

Ruth 1670 

Ruth 1684 

Ruth 16&ri 

ituth Ann .... 1881 

Ruth 18iJ3 

RuihW 1918 

RuthE 21J9 

Ruth MA. . . .2173 

Ruth 22U1 

RuthW 2422 

Ruth 2549 

Ruth ai56 

Ruth 2652 

Ruth 2674 

Ruth M 2992 

Ru'h M 2SW 

iCulh 3U14 

Ruth 1775 



S 



An 
A 



n 



Sabra , 
Sabra , 
Sabina 
Sally , 
Sally , 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally 
Sally . 
Sally . 
Sally . 
Sally . 
Sally . 
Sally . 
Sally B 
Salina E 
Samuel . 
Samuel D 
Samuel C 
Samuel C 
Samuel W 
Samuel A 
Samuel . 
Samuel W 
Samuel . 



C 



. 646 
. 2i»vt 
. 21«j5 

. 149 

. ly) 

. IM 

. Is7 

. 1'.'6 

. '2/^ 

. 2S6 

. 460 

. 4S7 

. 4S9 

. 709 

.ii:.o 

.1445 
. li-02 
.2>«S5 
.2436 
.26^1 
.272!* 
. -2779 
.2M9 
.•>44 
.3303 
.3201 
. 2a 
. 2S3 
. 613 
. 614 
. 644 
.1358 
.1367 
.137« 
.170e 



OENEBAL INDEX. 



431 



8amne] . 
Samuel V 
Samuel K 
Samuel D 
Samuel . 
Samuel C 
Samuel C 
Samuel L 
Samuel . 
Samuel . 
Samuel , 
Samuel . 
Bnmuel . 
Hamuel H 
Samuel D 
San ford K 
San ford A 
San ford J 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah M 
Sariih 
Sanih W 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah M 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah J 
Sarah . 
Sar.ih M 
S