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Full text of "A genealogical account of the descendants in the male line of William Peck, one of the founders in 1638 of the colony of New Haven, Conn."

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GENEALOGICAL ACCOUNT 



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I DESCENDANTS IN THE MALE LIKE 



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A/VILLIAM PECK. 

OXE OF THE FOrXDERS IX 1038 OF TH.h; CiTJ.OXY 



OF 



NEW riAYEN, CONN 



BY DARIUS PECK. 



HUDSON: 

BKYAN & GOELTZ, STEAM liOOK PPJNTEI 

1877. 



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EXPLANATORY NOTE, 



The numbers in brackets, running througli the wi-.ole work, show the 
number of each ascertained individual in the male line descended t:oni 
the common ancestor, William Peck, and the number at tlie ei-J oi' 
the name of any, indicates the number of his oldest child. By "-i.e zld 
of these numbers, together A\ith the caption at the liead of cr-.ch t'aniily of 
children, the connection of every one is at once seen, and the anc-i^iors 
or descendants may be traced, backward or forward, with die greatest 
facility. The generation commences in the bod;.-, and is continiicd at 
the top, of the page. The names of those ha\irig children are necesso.- 
rily repeated in the caption of their children, but without change of tiieir 
numbers. 

ABBREYIATIOXS. 

b. born ; m. married ; unm. unmarried ; dau. daughter, and d. dial 



PREFACE. 



» Tlie general indiflereucs of the public in regard to worlds of 
[ tills kind, would seem to be a sufficient apology for the vraiit 
f of a prefatory introduction; but some explanation is due to 
those wliose ancestors or descendants are named, and to 
> others who are interested in similar researches. 
I Having been forcibly reminded, a few year.> since, of his hick 
! of information in relation to his ancestral kindred, the au'lior 

i 

^ immediately instituted inquiries on the subject, end has sinno 
t pursued them as opportunity and limited intervals of leisure 
I from business avocations have permitted. The following work 
I contains the result of those inquiries. Its pultlicaiion has been 
'; assented to in deference to the wishes and for the graillicatlon 
I of many of the descendants, now living, and with a \ie\v to 
I preserve, as far as attainable, in a brief, systematic and ijenna- 
[ nent form, the history and genealogy of the family. In .>0fne 
cases it is but little more than the collation and arraiigemt-ni 
of the researches of distinguished genealogists and antiqua- 
rians, with the aid of such additional light as has been afford':d 
by recent investigations. Tliesp investigations, liave, froni 
several causes, been prosecuted with gn-at laljur, dlihcuity and 
i embarrassment. Much time, care and attention ha\ <■ l;-.ien r-- 
qnired to exjjose and correct the errors, and supply the oiuLs-ious, 
in the early annals of the colonies relative to soinv incmbt is of 
th<? family and the pveiits with v.hich they wt-re euum.'Cted. 

Tlie connnon ancestor, Willi.\.M ]M-:ck, was MMiong ^Ik- nist 
of the earlv sctTlt-rs of NfW Eu'rlaud. Shortiv h>'U)V:-, ami 



4 PREFACE. 

soon after his migration, the arrival of several others of his 
surname, but evidently not of his kindred, the most of them the 
progenitors of a numerous posterity, contributed to the wide 
extension of his name in this country ; and one of the most 
perplexing difficulties has been to identify his descendants, and 
distinguish them from those of others of the same patronymic. 
His sons, and a large majority of their posterity, soon left 
their paternal homes to dwell on the borders of the then un- 
broken wilderness ; and in the inchoate settlements and in the 
new and changing civil organizations where they resided, had 
not the opportunity and were without the usual faciiities, if 
desired, to make and preserve a record of their descendants. 
The family genealogy as far as known, was, therefore, chiefly 
perpetuated by tradition, generally unreliable as evidence, and 
only admissible after the severest scrutiny and confirmation 
from authentic sources. 

The facts and materials embodied in the following pages 
have been gathered from cotemporary history, from family, 
town, church, probate, colonial and state records, and from a 
very extensive correspondence on the subject. 

Though completeness of detail and entire accuracy in works 
of this description are impracticable, yet the author trusts that 
whatever could be done by long and patient research, and un- 
wearied industry has been accomplished. His conclusions have 
only been stated when thought reasonable, and when absolute 
certainty was not attainable ; and his expectations in reGTird 
to the work will be fully satisfied if it shall be deemed a wor- 
thy monument to the memory of his ancestors, and a valuabh' 
contribution to the historical and genealogical collections of 
the present day, 

Acknowdedgment is cheerfully made of the aid and co-opera- 
tion of others in this undertaking. Especially should be named 
the distinguished historians and antiquarians,. Samuel H. C<;ngar 
and William A. Whitehead, of Xewark, N, J., Sylvester ,Judd, 
of Northampton, and James Savage, of Boston, 3Iass., F. W. 



PREFACE. 5 

Ciiapman, of Pro^^pect. P. M. Tro\vbrid<^-e, of Woodbury, lieiii-y 
r.runson, William S. Porter and Henry White, of Xo^^• Haven, 

I Connecticut; and, also, without invidious distinction, Eoyal R. 

[ II inman, Ira B. Peck, Tracy Pock, Charles W. Wardwell, Henry 
K. Peck, Nathan Peck, Alfred Peck, Augustus L. Peck, Benjamin 
I'.rk, George Warner Peck, Jasper C. Peck and Samuel Griffin 

I I'fck, whose efficient assistance, sympathy and encouragement 

I V. ill always be gratefully remembered and appreciated. 

I Hudson, X. Y., January 1, 1877. 



GENEALOGY. 



FIRST GENERATION. 

[1.] WILLIAM PECFJ (2) was ouo of the founders (^f the 
New Haven Colony in the spring of 1638. With his v/if.^, 
Elizabetli, and his son, Jeremiah, lie emigrated from Engh'iid 
To this country probably in the company of Gov. Eaton, Pcev. 
John Davenport, and otiiers. in the ship Hector, arriving at 
Boston, from London, June '2G, 163T.- This company was 
[■rincipally fron.i the city of London, where Mr. Davenport had 
been a celebrated minister, and consisted of many 'a ealthy 
Tuerohants, and others of great respectability from London, and 
of farmers from Yorkshire, Hertfordshire and Kent, and some 
from Surrey and Sussex.^ They had suffered naich frorti the 
intolerance and persecution of Archbishop Laud during tlie 
"elgri of Charles I., and the object of theii- emigration v.-as che 
unmolested enjoyment of civil and religious liberty. 

A persistent etfort to trace the lirie of his progenitors in- 
volving nnich rime and a large expense, has proved unsuccoss- 
tiil. He was born in the city of London, or in its vicinity. In 
i'jOl, and was there married about the year 1G22. His .-ou, 
Jeremiah, was bis only child at the time of his emi^rntion. 



!• His -uniame -vr^s otVen writtrin by him, an. I by hi> oMest son, Hkv. Jcr-miah 
! ccv. With a final ' t," l.'Ut it was Jrupped in the b.tter part of their lives. 

2. Tfun.buU (Ili.~». Coniu Vol. I.. 95; states the liate of the arrival to have been 
y-''(>' 2r<, 163-. an.i -o.vie have coi'ieJ his mistake. 

3- N:j hst ot trie runics or En^ii-h homes of this company can aii-.wh'.-re now be 
fouii-l 



8 . PECK GENEALOGY— FIRST GENERATION. 

He was one of the original proprietors of New Haven, his 
autograpli signature being affixed to the fundamental Agree- 
ment or Constitution dated June 4. 1630, for the governnieui 
of the infant colony.' He was admitted a freeman of the- 
colony October 20, 1G40 ; was a merchant by occupation, and 
a trustee, treasurer, and the general business agent of tlu> 
Colony Collegiate School, established on the basis of the 
Hopkins fund. He is usually named in the records with the 
title of "Mr.,"' then a prefix of respect and distincticu ; .nid 
from 1G59 until his decease was a deacon of the church in 
New Haven. His wife, Elizabeth, died Decendur 5, 16S3, and 
he subsequently married Sarah, the widow of William Holt, 
and died October 4, 1694, at the advanced age of 93 yeavs. 
His children were all by his first wife, and were 1. Jeretnic.h. 
2. John, 3. Joseph and 4. Elizabeth, all of whom, together with his 
second wife, survived him, and are named in his last ^Vill and 
Testament.- His home lot of about an acre, and his dwelling 
house and shop or store in New Haven, were, at the timp of liis 
decease, on the southeasterly side of, and fronting or:. Cliurdi 
street ; the lot extending from Centre street northerly in front 
on Church street towards Chax)el street about on--^ hundred 
feet, and extended easterly from Church street a few feet 
beyond Orange street. The front on Church strt-et is now 
covered by the Connecticut Savings Bank building on rht' cor- 
ner of Church and Center streets, the "Clark" biuldiLig, so 
called, and the building known as the Odeon. His crrave i< iii 
that part of the old burial ground now under the Centt-r 
Church in Xew Haven. His gravestone, however, is in tlw 
nevv- cemetery in the northern part of the town, having, witji 
the niouuments and tombstones of others whose graves :ire 
covered bv the said church, been removed thither in 182 1. 



1. This is -21(1 to have been one of "the fir=it examples in hi'-ton of a -Aii-.ten 
constitution crg;inizing a government and defining its powers." 

2. His Wi'!, dated Mai ch 9, 1688-9 ( 16S9 as ^^'^ """' '~^^^), ''•'"^^ ^^ft f'-r proL.-i'p 
OctGb^;r XI, 1694, and is recurde.i in the Prokuc Records of Xe'.v H.-.vcn. P,.<,k 11, 
page 176. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SECOND GENERATION. 9 

SECOND GENERATION. 

ClIILDKEN OF WILLIAM PECK (1) AND ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE. 

[2.] 1. JEIIE31IAH (G) was born in the city of London, 
Kp.prland, or its vicinity, in 1623, from whence, in 1G37, he came 
with his father to this country. Little is known of his early 

5 Li>tory, except that he had a good education, acquired in part 

r lofore he left England. He is said by Cotton Mather to have 

j I'i-eu bred at Harvard College, but, though probably a student, 

I i.is name does not appear in the catalogue of the graduates of 

1 iliat institution. He married .Joliannah Kitchell, a daughter 

[ (-f Robert Kitchell,! of Guilford, Conn., Xov. 12, 1656. He 

I was then, and for some time previously had beeu, preaching 

! (<v teaching school at Guilford, and he continued to be thus 

I sTigaged until 1660, vrhen he was invited to take charge of the 

? Collegiate school at Xev/ ILaven, Conn. This was a colony 

I >'-hool, and had been instituted by the General Court, in 1659. 

I It %vas open to students from other colonies, and in it v.ere to 

I be taught Latin, Greek and Hebrew, and young men fitted for 

I <H,'!lege. He accepted the invitation, and removing from Guil- 

[ l*t-!rd to New Haven, entered upon his duties as its instracior 

J, aud continued to discharsre the same until the summer of ICCl, 

^ '.viien the school was temporarily suspended for want of ade- 

i <i'iate support. It was revived, however, after a few years, 

I and has continued and tlourished until the present day under 

I t!ie name of the Hopkins Grammar School. In the autumn of 

[ 1661 he was invited to preach at Saybrook, Conn., where there 

I i> much reason to suppose that he was ordained, and v/here he 

I --^''ttled as a minister, succeeding Rev. James Fitch ; the agree- 



( I. Robert Kitchnll came to New Haven in the company of Eaton, Davenport and 

i ■•:br;rs, in 163S, an<i in 1639 beLlit;d in Guilford, Conn., being a prominent n-.an an(3 



c of i.^ie first planters of tliat town. He was cr.e of those who migrated from the 
I -»c\v Haven Colony to Newark, N. J., in 1666, where he died about 1672. His cr,iy 
I •'!;. Sarcuei, initiated thither about the same time, died there April 26, 1790 
I and »vas a man of hij^h .standing and respectability. The wife of Robert Kitchell died 
\ Ml (.-reenwich, Cor.n., in 1CS2, while re-^iding there with her dau., the wif; of Rev. 
^- .f^reri.iah Pc^k. 



10 PECK GENEALOGY— .SECOND GENEEiATIuX. 

ment of sotilemcnt being dated September 25, IGuJ. Afiov f> 
few years there was some di.s.satisfaction with !:]>■ iiiliti.-u\ . 
and a misunderstanding as to the provisions oT ];is i^jreemin-. 
of seith'mcnt, whicli being amicably arj'anged lie ion Saybvf.K'k 
removing to Guilford early in 1GG6. lie vs-as thfu, and fc' 
some time had been, together with numerou-; oilu'r nliul.;te;•^ 
and churehes in the Xew Haven and Connectkai Colouie-. 
decidedly opposed to what was called the "'iTair-wa} ro\ eaai-'t." 
adopted by the General Synod of IGG:?, and v,ith many of rl;:. 
leading ministers and the jieople of the Xcw llavtn Colony 
was especially and irreconcilably hostile to tlio Uriloii of thi 
New Haven and Connecticut Colonies uuiler the charrer of 
Charles 11., which, however, after a protracted struggle, was 
finally elFected in 1G65, and he resolved to emigrate from the 
colony. Eemoving from Guilford in IGOG, he "becaiiie oi^e of 
the first settlers of Newark, N. J. His home lot ;ind r^ sld nc 
in Newark were on the northeasterly c(:»rner of ^lark-.'t an.l 
Mulberry streets. He does not appear to have otliciaicd as a 
minister at Newark. 'He preached to the neighboring peo]'ie 
of Elizabethtown soon after his removal to Ne-Aiirk, and tinally 
settled there as their lirst minister in 1GG9 ->r IGTO. In 1070. 
and again in 1G75, he was invited by the p*H^ple ;)f Vr.>(,d- 
bridge, N. J., and in 1G7G by the people of Greenwich, Con;-.., 
to settle with them in the ministry, but he declined ili. se 
several invitations. In Sept., 1073, he was again ijivir-d to 
settle as a minister at Greenwich, and in Oct., 1G7S, lie had :i 
similar call from Newtown, Long Island, N. Y. He ,hcc",.'*<mI 
the last call from Greenwich, and remo\ing tliither late in tiie 
autumn of 1G7S from P^li/abethtown, N. .1., 'in- bet.ime ihe lir.-t 
settled Uiinister in Grt'i-nwich, Conn., where his i •::.-! i. -rati' wa.- 
a very quiet and useful one, and oniy di-^wrbed [)y his ri'.*'!>,-u 
in 1G88 to ]»aptize the children of non-conimui:ie;!n.>. ah'ov, f. J. -e, 
the "Half-way Covenant," the intrudiu-iieei of -.viilcii still 
agitated the churches in Connecticut. Th<;';;:h s,.i>t.).ii;t'd i;y a 
majority of tin; mcndjers of his church, the di ^-a! ^-faCiioi! oT 
the minority probaltly h-d to hi^ rrsigiiaTi^^n in i('>'*. If" rKi ii 



PECK GENEALOOY rUCCOND GENERATION. 11 

fommeuceJ preacliiug in "NVnti'i-bury, Coim,, and hnvint;' re- 
roived and accepted the iiii;iniiii<'iis invitation of the residents 
of that town to settle witli tli<-ni in the ministry, he remo^■ed 
thither early in 1G90, and b' < ;'ia<' the first settled minister of 
the clmrch in "Waterbury in I ''/.> I , He was then nearly seventy 
}>'ars of age. In a few yt /i"i liis health gradnally failed, but 
he continued the pastor of M"- <-harch and discharged the most 
I of his official duties until 1m ■' drcease at Waterbur\ , June 7, 
f 1699. He seems to havo |M»r!.s<'ssed considerable energy and 
r ability, and to have been a mnu of much usefitlness, both as a 
I teacher and minister in tti'- I'rnntier settlements, among the 
I t'arly colonists of this coimif.V- His wife survived him, and 
j died in Wat^^rbury in 171 J. ili.^ Will, dated Jan. 14, 1C96-7, 
I and that of his wife, date! < ''i • 7, 109G, (in the form of Deeds 
i of Gift) are recorded, tin- foiiii*')' at page 6 and the latter at 
I l>age 103 of Volume I. of 'ii'- *v\^'iterbury Land Eecovd-;. 
[ [3.] 2. JOHX, (12) b. in ^'' -v Haven, Ct., probably in 1638 ; 

ni. Xov, 3, 16G4, 3Iary 3Io<-., d.-.u. of John Moss, of Xew Haven, 
where he settle<I ; was adi;*i-'d a freeman of the colony in 
ICG9, and resided in New lb- v n until 1G72. He then removed 
to Wallingford, Conn., ?U)'I »'>ided there until his decease. 
The title of "3Ir."" and "Li< 's' ' •tJ''" prefixed to his name in thr 
Wallingford records. He '!.«'' Wallingford in 1724. His wife 
d. there Xov. 16, 1725, a^' d 7>^. 

[4.] 3. JOSEPH, C4^f]>. in '■''"''W Haven, Conn., in Jan. 1G41 ; 

^vas baptized there Jan. 17. M/IL ; m. Sarah , and aloout 

16G2 settled in East Saybr"'-!-, Conn., afterwards, in 1GG7, in- 
corporated into the town 'J /.ynu^ and d. in Lyme Nov. 25, 
1718, where his wife al.-o .b H.-[-t. 14, 172G, aged C'lb Their 
gravestoju^s are still stand!.'.;:-' ^'^ l-fi*- old Lyme cemetery. He 
^^■as a promin^-nt man in Jy/'"' , b<-ing many years a townsman, 
Surveyor, Recorder, Jusfi"' "f the Peace and Deacon of the 
Church. 

[5.] 4. ELIZABETH, b. ;.•- .N'-a' Haven, Conn.,in April, 1643 ; 
v>a>i baptized there May V, i'/i'i, and in IGGl m. Saniue-i An- 
dr.;^-,vs, son of William Aifb ' ''Vj^, of Nf-w Haven, wli^re rhev 



12 I'PX'K CrEXEALOGY---'l'lIlRD liENEIlATIi )>; . 

resided until lOT^ ; then reuio\ od to AViiilingford, CV- in., aiiil 
thero botii died. lie died Oeiober 6, 1701, aged CO, but the 
date of ]).er death is not found. Tlieir children '.v<^ie. 1,, 6a/ii- 
uel, b. Feb. 1, 1GG2, ^vho d. March 1. 1GG2 ; 2. ^■A:ni'el again, 
b. Aug. 30, 1G63; 3. M'iUicuii,h. Feb. 9, IGGf. ; 4. J-:.hu, b. July 
4,1667, d. yonng; 5. Katliankl, b. Ang. 2, ICTO; all born in 
Xew Haven ; and the following, all born in Vrai tingford : C. a)>d 
7. Tw'in^, b. 3Iay 30, 1G73, and botli d. ilie ^arne day: .?. 
^Z;>rt5r<?7/. b. July 17, lo74 : 9. d/ar//, b. March 27. l^V: ; IvK 
Joseph, b. in March, lG7i' ; lb Margeri;, b. Ja]i. 15, IG'^1 : and 
12. Dluah, b. July 25, 1G81. She has a very nan>^^^uus and 
widely t^catiered posterity. 



THIRD GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JEREMIAH PECK (2) AND .JOH ANN Aii, lli^r. WIFE, 

^. [6.] 1. SAMUEL, (30) b. in Guilford, Conn., Jan. 18, lG5i> ; 
came to Oreenwich, Conn., with his father In J07S ; vras v. ell 
educated; m. Nov. 27, ICSG, Euth Ferris, said to lia^ e Ijc-n a 
dau. of Peter, a sou of Jeffrey Ferris, of Stanii'i.rd, Coijii. ; 
became the progenitor of the numerous Greeuwich laniilit s oi 
his surname ; was a man of large wealth and inllaenci- ; for 
about fifty years was a Justice of the Peace, and lud-l oih-^r 
important positions in Greenwich, where he died April 2^, 
1746. His wife d. there Sept. 17, 1745, aged 83. TLeir ur^^v- 
stoiies are still standing in thf old Greenwicii i'l-nirtery. 

[7.] 2. KUTH, b at New Haven, Cunti.; A^n-i! 3, Itji'l; ni, 
June 1, 1681, Jonathan Atwater, son of l>a\ i^l Ar .vatn', of New 
Haven, where they settled and resided uj.til Tnt>:r d'^;f:a-;t\ 
Their children, all b. in New Haven, w»-re 1. ,]'■■]! oc, h. ]'' b. 
21, 1682, and d. March V). 1GS2 ; 2. /At/'?, b. Ai:g. 5. l♦;-^i : 
3. ./.^y-c ?///«//, b. Jan. 31, 1G85 : 4. Mm-'j. b. D.t-. 31. IG^G : 5. 



IRRAin;.!, Peck's •'..J^esc..,. of ;V:r. ?£ck" 
p. 12. r.ccQ'rdlr^ to Mead's "Grecnv/ich" , 
the Fuuth Ferris rho :a. S^-uei ?eck. ?;f. s , " 
dau. ol* Joseph^ Feri-is inc^ i^u, of r^;.,,: - 
Reyn"ld's "Hist. <2^ desc. of John and Z':..vu 
Reynolds (1924) does not 'list arjy dc-u. Kui' 
for Peter i^^erris. 



PECK OEXEALOaY — THIRD GENERATION. 18 

Ruth, b. Dec. 31, 1G88 ; 6. Jonathan, b. Nov. 1, 1690 ; 7. Lydia, 
h. April 18, 1003, and d. Aug. 2, 1091 ; 8. Joseph, h. l).vc. 9, 
1091; 9. Stephen, b. Dec. 4, 1090, and d. Oct. 23, 1704; 10. 
Daniaris, b. Oct. 9, 1698 ; 11. Lijdia, again, b. July 31, 1701, 
and d. March 30, 1708. lu the Will of her father, William 
IVck(l), her husband was a devisee of an acre or more of land 
[ in New Haven, where he was a man of distinction, and d. 
June 3, 1720, aged 70. The date of her death is unknown. 

[8.] 3. CALEB, b. at Saybrook, Conn., m 1003 ; came with 
\ his father to Gh'eenwich in 1078 ; Was i'ro>)ably iinm, ; resided 
in Greenwich until about 1810, when he removed to Newtown, 
Long Island, N. Y., and afterwards to Concord, Mass.. and 
thf\re d. March 10, 1725. It does not appear that he left any 
descendants. 

[9.] 4. ANNE, b. at Saybrook, Conn., in 1665 ; m. in May, 

.1790, Thomas Stanley, son of Capt. John Stanley, of Earm- 

[ ington. Conn., where they settled and resided, and where he 

[ d. April 14, 1713, aged 64 years, and she d. May 23, 1718. 

[ They had two children, 1. Thomas, b. Oct. 31, 1696, wlio d. 

Oct. 13, 1756 ; and 2. Ann, b. May 14, 1699, who was living in 

Farmington in 1728. 

[lO.J 5. JEREMIAH, (39) b. at Guilford, Conn., or Newark, 
N. J., in 1667 ; came to Wat^^rbury, Conn., with his father in 
1690; m. June 14, 1704, Rachel Richards, dau. of Oba(]i:!!i 
Richards, of Waterbury, and settled and resided there until 
his death in 1752. He was highly respectable, a man of large 
wealth, a collector of the town rates in 1703 ; constable in 1713, 
1717 and 1723 ; a Deputy to the General Court of Conn, in 
3Iay, 1720 and 1721, and ap]iointed one of the first D.\a.;ons of 
the Northbury Church in Waterbury in 1739, and officiated as 
such until 1740. 

[11.] 0. JOSHUA, b. at Elizabethtown, N. J., in 1073 ; came 
to Waterbury with his fath-T in 1090; was unm. and d. there 
Feb. 14, 1730. 



]4 FECK OENE.XLOGY — THTKD GEXEUATFON. 

OniLDKEN OF JOIIX PECK (3) AM) MAicV, Ills WIFE. 

[32.] 1. ^lAJlY, b. in Xew ILivon, i'oim.. ^inroh -L If.On ; m, 
John Dooliti](3, of AVallinp-ford, Cor.ii., Fel.. 1'*. 10.^3; voi-loil. 
in Walliiigford aud d. there Sopt. 1, 1710. 

[13.] 2. ELIZABETH, b. in New Ilav-n, Conn., in Jan., l!.U*.8, 
and d. tiiere Jan. 10, IOCS. 

[14.] 3. JOIIX,b.in Xew Haven, Conn., 3I^7'ch IGJnvO.a-d 
d. there 3I.arch 22, 107*'. 

[15.] 4. JOHX, again, (48) b. in Xew Ihc. en. Conn., in Aug. 
1C71 : came with liis fa i her to WaiiLuLvi'oi-d^ Conn., in 1C72 ; 
f2 ?f 'IK* there m. 1. Su.sanna Street, dan. uf liev. Sanniel 8lr;:eL, the 
first minister of ^ValJingford, 3Iay 23, 1001, who d. A]eil 2T, 
1704, aged 29 ; m. 2. 3Iary Bradley, July 21. 170C, wiio d. Jin-; 
12. 1737, and m. 3. 3Iai'tha Stent, Jlay 24, 1738, who '.■nr%ived 
him and d. in Wailingford, 3Iay 2-';, 1771, ag'-d 87. Ii^' v,:;.- a 
deacon of tlie first Congregational church in vrallih:'!'-./r*l, a;i'i 
resided tiiere until his death wliich occurred Jinie 2'-^, 17'-'8. ar 
the advanced age of nearly 97 years. Out'ivinu- r^ll liis chii- 
dren, he disposed of his property ])y Will to liis oTViU'leJiiMi^n, 
the last codicil to which was made shortly bt'tor^ his ..i('0.^-a^-''. 
Some of his de.scendants still reside in Vra-liugford U[ on ';he 
premi-se-s which were the homestead of his father ir-iro tli.-in 
two centuries ago. 

[16.] 5. ELIZABETH, again, b. in Wailingford, Die. 29, 
1673; m. John Merriman, son of Capt, Xathaniel 3['.rri.man, 
Xov. 20, 1690, and d. in Wailingford about 1723. 

[17.] 6. LYDIA, b. in Wailingford, 3Iay 1, 1077, and i-r^L- 
ably d. young. 

■ [18.] 7. RUTH, b. in Wailingford, July 20, IO7O ; n;. Sannn-i 
Lathrop, Feb. 3, 1704, and d. .Tau. 8, 1738. 

[19.] 8. ABIGAIL, b. in Wallingb.rd. ^Ja:'.;]; 10,10^2; m. 
David Austin, of Xew Haven, in 10(»8, and probably (L tn.-jr. 



I. His Will and the codicils thereto are reC'/nU.! in E'^.k V. -f tr..- .\>.-.v Iiav-.-:; 
Probate Kecords. In it Jan. 26, 17G2, he cnorieou'l-- c: 11- )i::ii ^'l: a^V-'"' O^, tr.kiiu 
for hi- own the date of the '.;;rth "f hi- brorh.er J'<hn (14^ "r./M,J.ly not l.irincf a\s:;rt 
that there ut-rf two J.,hi;> in tlie f.'-iaily. 



PECK GENEALOGY — THIRD GENERATION. 15 

[20.] 9. A XX, b. iu Wallingford, Xov. 3, 1GS4, and .1. in 
iuf/incy. 

[21.J 10. AXX", again, b. in Wallingford, in 3[arcli, lOSG ; 
111. 1. X'athaniel Yale, Feb. 11, 1704, and m. 2. .Tosepli Cole, 
April 11, 1715, and d. in Wallingford, Feb. 20, 1716. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH PECK (4) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL SORN 
IN LYME, CONN. 

[22 ] 1. SARAH, b. Aug. 4, 1G63 ; m. Mav 2, 1684, ^Tattiiew 
Gilbert. 

[23.] 2. JOSEPH, b. 3Iarch 12, 1667, and d. in Lyme, Oct. 
10, 1677. 

[24.] 3. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 9, 1669 ; m. Dec. 6. 16S6, 
Samuel Pratt, being his second wife, and d. in Lyme, Aug. 29, 
1688. 

[25.] 4. DEBOIiAH, b. .July 31, 1672 and April 3, 1694, m. 
Daniel Sperry. 

[26.] 5. HAXX\\H, b. Sept. 14, 1674 and June 25, 1606, m. 
Thomas Anderson, who d. in Lyine, May 7, 1746. 

[27.] 6. RUTH, b. Aug. 19, 1676, and m. Jasper Griffin, 
A[.ril 29, 1696. 
-^ [2^.] 7. SAMUEL, (51) b. July 29, 167« ; m. 1. Eiizabetii 
Lee, Dec. 28, 1699, who d. Aug. 29, 1731, and m. 2. Widow 
Martha Barber, of Killingworth, Conn. Jan. 25, 1732. He re- 
>ided in Lyme, and d. there Jan, 28, L735. His second svife 
a^'ain m. Peter Pearson, Jan. 8, 1736. 

[29.] 8. JOSEPH, again, (61) b. March 20^1680 ; m. Susanna 
Oct. 3, 1704, and resided and d. in Lyme. 



16 I'ECK GEXFALOaY — FOUKTII GEN ?:i;AT!()X. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF vSAMUEL PECK (6) AND Kl'Tll, I^^■ Wli' !■, ALL BOi^X 
IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[30.] I.SAMUEL, (OS) b. in 3Iarch, 1(388:' in. Eli/uboih. 
in 1715 ; was a carpenter by trade, and al.«", u laiKirr 



owning a farm in tliat part of the town of (ir«'tni\vicli cant'l 
Old Greenwich, where he resided and d. in De:. 17o3. II is 
widow, in 1735, again rn. John Chjpsion, aud soon aft:■r^v.•■•rvIs 
removed from Greenwich to Heading, Conn., wiu^re ^ho -.liiM;!-'. 

[31.] 2. JEEEMIAH, (72) b. Dec. 29, IGOd ; m. 3Iary Johii- 
.son ; was a farmer in Greenwich, and d. lliere about. JTO-'.i. ili- 
wife surs'ived him. 

[32.] 3. JOSEPIT, b. 3Iay 1, 1G02 ; was m:v\. ami d. in 
Greenwich about 1701. 

[33.] 4. DATID, (85) b. Dec. 15, 1G91 : m. Ellzabetii : 

was a farmer and resided in Greenwicli until about 1743, and 
then removed to the adjoining town of North C'Msrie, V. 'st- 
chester county, N. Y., wlicre he died about 1750, liis \Aiff^ -r^ur- 
viving him. 

[34.] 5. XATHAXIEL, (87) b. Aug. 15, 10l;7 : o:. D-t'- 4, 
1722, 3Iary Pardee, of New Haven, Conn., who d. in (rroen- 
wich, Jan. 6, 1758. He was a i)rominent man, and fr^- --verai 
years a Justice of tlie Peace of tlie town of Greenwich, wiu'ie 
hie d, in 1705. 

[35.] 0. ELIPHALET, (99) b. in 1099 ; m. S.>pt. 10, ]73i-'. 
Deborali Lockwood, dau. of llobert Lockwood of (4r'-en .V;.]i : 
was a faruinr in OM GrtM-nvvicii aud resifb'd ih> xr uulil ii'.;-: 
deatli, abovit 1770. 

1. The day of the month is nljiitc-ratecl in the Cireeiiv.Ich touu rrcor'. 

2. She had by her second hu>hand two flauLjh.tt-rs, Viorr. ir. i\*-.irlir:;;, v,:- : .'.'.;>•-■, 
b. in 1737, ni. Amo^ Sanfcni, li\t.d in Sii^iron, Conn, and d. :h.^-.; Mc.rch 13, K->-0 ; 
ziidAl/i^ail, b. March 22, 1738, ni. Capt. F.noch Par-ous, who -et'.It-d in Sharon, Co:i!!, 
where slie d. June 6, 1S07. B.^t^^ey, a da'.iud.ter of Capt. Fnoch i'ai>or,s and .\L•i•^^-^;i 
his wift:, was tfie v.il'<; of CaKii: i't:.k ('236. j 



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PECK GENEALOGY— FOURTH GENERATION. 17 

m] 7. THEOPIIILUS, (107) h. in March, 1702 ; m. Feb. 5, 
1728, Elizabeth 3Iead, dan. of Benjamin Mead, of Greenwich. 
wlio was b. in Xov. 1703, and d. Xov. 17, 1783. a,-;ed 80. He 
was the owner of an extensive tract of hind in the northern 
i«art of the town of Greenwich, called Peckshmd and liound 
Hill, where he resided until his death, Xov. 7. 1783. 

[37.J 8. PETER, (119) b. about 1704 ; m. Sarah ; 

resided in Greenwich, Conn,, and d. there about 1759. Ilij 
wife survived him, and soon after his death removed with his 
children to Xew Milford, Conn, where she probably died. 

[38.] 9. ROBERT, (125) b. about 1706 ; ni. D<borah Rey- 
nolds of Stamford, Conn, and resided in Greenwich until his 
decease in 1749. His wife d. in Bedford, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1787, 
aged 84. 

CHILDREN OF JEREMIAH PECK (10) AND RACHEL, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WATERBURY, CONN. 

[39.] 1. JOHAXXAH, b. April 12, 1705 ; m. Joseph Galpin, 
and resided and d. in '\Voodl)ury, Conn. 

[40.] 2. JERE3IIAH, (131) b. Xov. 9, 170G ; m. Mercy Xov- 
thrup, dau. of Samuel Xortlirup of 3Iilford, Conn., Jan. 14, 1740 ; 
v.as a farmer, and settled in Xortlibury Society in TVaterbury, 
now the town of Plymouth, Conn., where he d. in 1750. His 
widow, March 3, 1754, again m. Jose£»h Luddingion, 

[41.] 3. RACHEL, b. 3Iay 10, 1709, and m. Rigg^- 

Tlie place and date of her residence and death cannot b*- ascer- 
tain <^d. 

[-12.] 4. AXXE, b. 3Iarch 10, 1713 ; ra. John Guern^^ey, son 
of Joseph Guernsey of 3Iilford, Conn., Xov. 28, 1733, and re- 
:^ided and d, in Amenia, X. Y. She had four children b. in 
^Vaterbury. Conn. 

[43.] 5. MARY, b. Oct. 1, 1715, and d. unm. in Waterbury. 
Coiin., about 1753. 

[44 j (J. PHEBE, b. Jan. 2^), 1717, and m. Weed. 

Ti'.e place and date of her residence and death cannot be a-?cer- 
t.-dned. 



18 PECK GENEALOGY— FOURTH GE^'EKATIO^^ 

[45.J V. RUTH, b. Feb. 8, 1719 ; m. Feb. 0, 17(0, Ilev. :\rark 
Leavenworth, who, iu 1740, was orchimed pastor, lieiv.ir the 
third minister, of the church in' V>'aterbury. lie d. there Aug. 
20, 1797, in tlie oSth year of his niiuistry. He was it chaplain 
in the Army during the old French War. She d. in Waterbury, 
Aug. 8, 1750, leaving an only child, Jesse, who v,-as a graduate 
of Yale College in 1759, d. in 1823, and was the father of Cren- 
eral Leavenworth, of the U. S. Army. 

[4G.J 8. ESTHER, b. June 27, 1721, and d. probably unni. 
in "Waterbury, Conn., before 1752. . 

[47.J 9. 3IAHTHA, b. 3Iay 4, 1725, and m. Caleb Weed, 
July 7, 1742. The place and date of her residence and deaili 
are unknown. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (15) AND SUSANNA, HI^ WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WALLINGFORD, CONN. 

[48.] 1. 3IARY, b. Feb. 3, 1695 ; m. Joshua At^vater, 
Jan. 17, 1723, and d. in Wailingford prior to 174h. H(m- hus- 
band d. there Xov. 29, 1747. She had a dau. Jlary, who m. 
Thomas .Johnson, of 3Iiddletown, Conn. 

[49.J 2. SUSAXNA, b. April 26, 1(397 ; m. in 1717 St^i.heu 
Hopkins, of Waterbury, Conn., where she d. Dec. 2. 1725, and 
he d. Jan. 4, 1769. Sh*- had two daughters and three ^oiis. 

[50.] 3. SAMUEL, (136) b. Oct. 19, 1704 ; m. Jan. lb, 1727- 
Mary Parmelee; resided in Wailingford where he was a prom- 
inent man, and d. there May 20, 1755. His wife d. there Oct. 
14, 1781, aged 75. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK, (28) ALL BORN IN LY.ME, CONN. 

[51.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. Aiuil 26, 1702, and d. in Lyjiie, 
Jan. 15, 17'-'5. 

[52.] 2. ELIZAi^ETH, again, b. 3Lay 14, 1705 ; m. Richard 
Ely, Jr., .Tan. 23, 1724, and d. in Lym.-, Oct. 8, 1730. 
-^[53.] 3. SAMUEL, (149) b. July 12, 1707 and m. Alice Way. 
Nov. 7, 1728. 

[54.1 4. WILLLi3L (155) b. Aug. 31, 1709 and ni. Jeminui 
Marvin Jan. 20, 1732. 



PECK GENEALOGY — FOURTH GE^'ERATiON. 19 

[35.] 5. BEXJAMIX, (158) b. Marcb 6, 1711 aud in. Sarati 
Chainpeii, Feb. 8, 1731. 

[.5G.] 6. ELIJAH, (168) b. Octl 20, 1713 ; m. 1. Hepsibah 
I*.ai>on, April 28, 1737, who d. Oct. 9, 1770 ; m. 2. Widow Jaue 
r^IiiKT, Jan. 8, 1771, aud d. in Lyme Aug. 0, 1771. 

[57.] 7. JEDEDLVH, (181) b. June 1, 1717 aud m. Tabitha 
I'i<T.<on in 1738, wlio d. in 1753. He d. at sea in 1714. 

[58.] 8. PAXIEL, (183) b. March 1, 1721 ; m. Abigail Lord, 
Xov. 8, 1744 and d. in Lyme, March 1, 1751. 

[59.] 9. SILAS, (180) b. Oct. 2, 1724, and m. Elizahelh 
C'lnlkins Xov. 4, 1746 ; first settled in Lyme ; served as a 
•soldier in the French War, aud after the treaty of peace in 
1763, settled in Xova Scotia, He afterwards removed back to 
Lyme, and was in the service in the Revolutionary War, and 
[ d. in Lyme in June 1808. ^ 

I [60.] 10. M.mTHA, b. June 4, 1733. She was the ordy 

I ''iiild of his second marriage. 

! 

[ '"HILDREN OF JOSEPH PECK (29) AND SUSANNA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
[ BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

I 

J [61] 1. JOSEPH, b. Aug. 13, 1705, and probably d. young 

[ ill Lyme, Conn. 

j [62.] 2. JASPER, (193) b. Feb. 3, 1708 ; m. Sarah Clark 

I X<.v. 24, 1731, and d. in Lyme, Oct. 21, 1788. 

1 [63.] 3. SAPtAH, b. 3Iarch 17, 1710, and d. at Lyme, in 

\ i'.iruncy. 

[ :61.] 4. HAXXAH, b. March 10, 1712; m. Wiliiam Clark 

I ^«'V. 30, 1731, and d. in Derby, Conn. < ^t^^ 

I [65.] 5. JOHX, (198) b. April 21, 1716 ; m. Catharino Lay '^ ' 

\ -nd d. in Lyme, April 27, 1785. ^ ^.^>,x 

\ L'>0.] 6. DAVID, (2i)4) b. Feb, 15, 1721 ; m. Abigail South-"^ ^-^r« ■ 

» >''<'Jtli, June 16, 1743, and is said to have d. in Lyme about 

I 1^0. 

1 [67.] 7. XATHAXIEL, (216) b. .Alarcb 14, 1723 ; m. Lucy 

t ^^:-lUi-v. May 24, 1744 and d. in Lyme about 1784. 



20 PECK GENEALOGY — FIFTH GENf.HATIOy. 

CniLDREX OF SAMFEL FECK (30) AND ELF/.ABETH, lU^ WIFE, 
ALL mmS IX GREE.VWIOH, CuNN. 

[GS.] 1. MARY, b. in 171G ; was uum. and J. in Kfadln^-. 
Conn, about 1737. 

[G9.] 2. JOIIX, (222) b. in 1718; m. in IV^l Surali Aa';'ns, 
dan. of Ji'lin Adams, and d. in Greenwich in Sept. 1771. 11-' 
resided in Old Grreenwicli on a small farm im^uv the sliove of 
Long Ireland Sou!id. His wife d. in Cliftoi) Park, X. Y., Jan. 
11, 1811, aged 95 years, having, after about 1790, ix-^idod thei.' 
with her son, x\bijah, (227) until her decea^;-. 

[70.J 3. SAMUEL, (230) b. in Aj.ril, 1720. ami m. Alary 
Ferris, dan. of James Ferris, Xov. 7, 1715. iL' r»-oili'd in Oi-l 
Greenwich, was a man of great eneigy ami decision ^:'i -har- 
acter, a valuable citizen, and for many years ii L^eai.-on of tive 
First Congregational church in Greeriwich. i'u d. tliei- Jan. 
29, 1793. His wife d. there 3Iarcli 21, 1801, age,! 7<) ye.trs. 

[71.] 4. EUTH, b. in Jan. 1721 ; m. Xehemiah lialght. Xuv. 
25. 1742 ; resided in Stanwich Society, in the lov/n of Green- 
wich, and d. there Sept. 3, 1807. She has a very nunieious 
posterity. 

CniLDREX OF JEREillAII PECK (31) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[72.J 1. MAIIY, m. Enos Reynolds, and d. in Greenv, ich 
prior to 17G1. 

[73.] 2. JEliEMLlil, was unm. and d. in GrtrcnwicU about 
1803. 

[74.] 3. JOSEPH, (239) b. in 1730 ; m. Eii/abe:h P. ck (9-1) 
and d. in Greenwich Dec. 4, 1822. 

[75.] 4. HEXRY, was unm. an.i d. in Grer?r.v]r;. iu JTGb 

[76.] 5. HAXXAH, m. Japh<-th Frrris and d. hi rk;iii\, ich 
Society, Greciiwich, about 1797. 



PECK GENEALOGY — FIFTH GENERATION. 21 

[77.] 6. RUTH, m. Joseph Ferris and d. in Sianwich So- 
ciety, Greenwich. 

[78.] 7. ANXA, m. David Hoyt and d. at Long Kidge, 
Greenwich, about 1807. 

[•79.] 8. WILLIAM, (251) b. Aug. 24, 1741 ; m. Sarali Cable, 
Nov. 15, 1764, and d. in Wcstport, Conn., Dec. 23, 1800. His 
wife b. June 6, 1746, d. at St. Johns, N. B., Aug. 9, 1785. 

[80.] 9. MAIITHA, m. George Linkletter, had two sons, 
George and another, and d. in Nova Scotia. 

[81.] 10. ISAAC, (257) b. Oct. 10, 1745 ; m. Elizabeth For- 
man, Dec. 16, 1784, and d. in Greenwich, Aug. 20, 1827. 

[82.] 11. RACHEL, b. in 1747 ; m. John 3IcKay and d. in 
Stanwich Society, Greenwich, Feb. 8, 1806. 

[83.] 12. CATHARINE, b. in 1749 ; m. Samuel Peck (130) 
and d. in Bedford, X. Y., in June, 1825. 

[84.] 13. THOMAS, {2^ L) b. Sept. 1, 1750 ; m. Widow Mary 
Ferris and d. in Greenwich, in 1781. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID PECK (33) AND ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE, SUP- 
POSED TO HATE BEEN BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[85.] 1. DAVID, was living in North Castle, N. Y., in 1772'. 
. [86. [ 2. JONAS, was living in North Castle, N. Y., in 1756-. 

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL PECK (34) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[87.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. June 19, 1724, and d. in Green- 
^vich, July 1, 1724. 

• [88.] 2. NATHANIEL, (263) b. June 2, 1725 ; m. Jerusha 
Curtiss, Oct. 9, 1746, and d. in Greenwich in 1775. 

[89.] 3. MARY, b. Dec. 12, 1727 ; m. Charles Beldiug Jaii. 
20, 1749, and d. in Stamford, Conn. 

1. .A.fter much effort nothing further can be fecund as to him or his descendants, or 
whether there were any more children of David Peck (;i^. ) 

2. Da\-id Peck (85,) in 1772, resided in what is called Middle Patent, in the ea,-,tdrn 
pirt of the tow-n of North Castle, X. Y., near the Connecticut line, and adjoinin;^' the 
'-nsni of Poundrid''e on the ea-,t. 



22 PECK GENEALOGY — FIFTH GFiVEUATlON. 

[90.J 4. JOSHUA, (272) b. May 12, 1730; m Sarn]^ Mead, 
dau. of Benjamiu Mead ; first settled in Greenv, irii. bai ;.boui 
1700 removed to Cliarltoii, IST. Y., and d. tLere in 181G. IJi^ 
wife d. in Livonia, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1822, aged 88. 

[91.j 5. ISAAC, b. Jan. 2, 1732, and d. iu Grecn^vich Jan. 4, 
1732. 

[92.] 6. HEZEKIAH, b. Feb. 9, 1733, and d. iu Green^vid. 
in 1733. 

[93. 1 7. THANKFUL, b. Aug. 7, 173G ; m. Daniel Lock- 
wood and d. in Greenwich Sept. 3, 1798. 

[91.] 8. ELIZABETH, again, b. Dec. 2S, 1737 ; m. Jorfepli 
Peck (71) and d. in Greenwich, Oct. 29, 1815. 

[95.] 9. YALE, b. Oct. 27, 1739, anJ d. in Gr.-enwJch in 
1739, 

[90.] 10. JOXATHAX, (277) b. Sept. 23, 17 lO ; rn. MeLita- 
ble Blackman and d. in Stamford. Conn., iu 1783. Ili.s wife 
again m. Gen. John r>Iead, of Greenwich, and d. thevc about 
1810. 

[97.] 11. GEORGE, (281) b. Jan. 4, 1743 ; ni. 3Iary Ferrl.-^ 
and d. in Greenwich in 1797." His wife d. tliere in JS20. 

[98.] 12. SA3IUEL, b. June 9, 1744, and d. in GreonwK-L 
in 1745. 

CHILDREN OF ELIPHALET PECK (35) A^'D DEBORAH, HI< WIFF., 
ALL BORN IX GREENWICH, CONN. 

[99.] 1. DEBORAH, b. April 30, 1733. 

[100.] 2. ELIPHALET, b. April 2S, 1734. 

[101.] 3. ABIGAIL, b. April G, 1736. 

[102.] 4. JAMES, b. April 10, 1738. 

[103.] 5. SUSAXXAH, b. Fel^. 28, 1739 : m. Samuel Feril-^. 

[104.] 6. PHEBE, b. June 8, 1742 : ni. Jeduthan Ferris and 
d. in Greenwich vSept. 29, 1798, where lu-r hn.sl-uud ab-o d. Juui-' 
23, 1809, aged 72. 

[105.] 7. MARY, b. June 28, 1743 ; rn. Jo>iah Ferris '1\<j\ . 
3, 1702, and d. iu New Y(U-k citv. 



PECK GENEALOGY — FIFTH GENERATION. 23 

[106.] 8. CALEB, b. Sept. 30, 1745.^ 

CHILDREN OF THEOPHILUS PECK (36) AND ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 
I 

[107.] 1. THEOPHILUS, (2S6) b. March 15, 1730 ; m. Re- 
becca Knapp, July 5, 1753, and d. in Grreenwich, June 8, 1812. 

[108.] 2. ELIZABETH, b. Xov. 21, 1731 ; m. Joseph Close, 
3J, of Greeuwich, and d. there Jan. 18, 1816, where her hus- 
band also d. Xov. 20, 1808, aged 79. . 

[109.] 3. SARAH, b. Oct. 29, 1733 ; m. 1. Xathaniel Close, 
son of Solomon Close, of North Salem, X. Y., about 1757, who 
d. there Feb. 6, 1773, aged 41 ; and m. 2. Thomas Paddock, of 
Southeast, X. Y., who d. Jan. 17, 1799, aged 77, and she d, in 
Xorth Salem, Oct. 8, 1822. 

[110.] 4. EUNICE, b. April 9, 1735 ; m. Joshua Knapp, of 
Greenwich, and d. there July 8, 1828. 

[111.] 5. HANNAH, b. 3Iay 18, 1737 ; m. James Wallace, 
of North Salem, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1825, where her husband also 
d. Sept. 3, 1822. 

[112.] 6. SA3IUEL, (296) b. Jan. 22, 1739 ; m. Hanucih 
Sherwood, April 29, 1762 ; resided in Grreenwich, and d. there 
March 21, 1798. His wife d. there in 1811. 

[113.] 7. BENJAMIN, (306) b. Oct 10, 1740; ra. 1. Deborah 
Sackett, Nov. 11, 1766, who d. July 14, 1769 ; and m. 2. Han- 
nah Reed, Xwg. 12, 1772, who d. Nov. 30, 1783, aged 39. He 
resided in Greenwich, and d. there 3Iarch 12, 1806. 

[114.] 8. ABRAHAM, (312) b. Feb. 7, 1742 ; m. Hannah 
Pnrdy, dau. of Caleb Purdy, of Rye, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1770 ; re- 
•'ided in Greenwich, and d. there Feb. 3, 1792. 

! 115.] 9. RACHEL, b. Sept. 20, 1743 ; m. Benjamin Haight, 
of Somers, N. Y., 3Iay 6, 1778, and d. in Geneva, N. Y., 3Iay 
7, 1820. He d. in Albany, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1805, aged 68. 



<• Nothing farther can be found relating to the children of Eliphalet Peck ('35) or 
'^ hcther his sons kid any descendants. It is said, however, that hii daughter Mary 
^■^l^ h-i.t .eveml children. 



24L FECK GENEAL(K;V — FIKTIJ UKXEiLATlOy. 

[IIO.J 10. KUTII, h. Feb. 7, 1710 ; ni. Caleb Purdy, Jr.. 
and d. in Greenwich, Sept. 10, 1S22. 

[117.] 11. ISAAC, I). March 9, 1718 ; ni. Hannah >';orchev ; 
resided in Greenwich, and d. there Sept. 24, 1838. .He }iad no 
children. 

[118.1 12. ISIIAEL, (31S) L. April li), 1750 ; m. Lavlna Pur- 
dy, dau. of Caleb Purdy, May 30, 17S2 ; resided in Groeiiw ieii. 
and tl. there Jan. 18, 1819. 

CHILDREN OF I'ETEll I'ECK (37) AND FAKAH, lU^. WIFE, ALL BOll^ 
IX GREENWICH, CONN. 

[119.] 1. PETER, (325) b. in Jan. 171(> ; went from Green- 
wich to Xew 3Iilford, Conn., witli his mother ; ni. Sar;.h Ttr- 
rill, dau. of Paul Terrill, of Xew 3Iilford, ].>ec. 7, 1708 ; re-idea 
in Xew ^lilford until 1780, when he removed to Qu'-eusbury, 
near Glen's Ealls, X". Y., and resi<Ied there luiiil liis deaili. 
June 17, 1813, where his wife also d. Aug. 21, 3 830, aged 81. 

[120.] 2. Sx\RAH, b. in 171S and m. Guernsey. 

[121.] 3. JEM13rA, b. in 1750; m. Israel Xewman, and d. 
at Glen s Falls, X\ Y., in 1822. 

1 122.] 4. EXOS, (328) b. in 1752 ; m. 1. Anna 3Iarsh, and m. 
2. Lavina Wilcox, and, about 1789, removed trom Xew Milford. 
Conn., to X»'W Haven, Vt., and from- thence, about 1800, Vo 
Onondaga county, X. Y., and d. in Camillus in that county 
May 23, 1835. 

[123.] 5. ELIZABETH, m. Benjamin Xewman, brother of 
Israel Xewman, and d. in the State of Michigan about 1S30. 
It is said that her husband d. in Covington, X"". Y. 

[124.] 6. MARY, m. David Terrill, brother of tlie wlf^- of 
her brother Peter, (119) and d. in "WHybri'lgi,-, Vt., aged fc3. 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT I'ECK (38) AND DEHuRAH. HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREEN W I'. 'H, ONN. 

[125.] 1. ROBERT, (338; b. June 30. 1739 : m. Ann Rr- 1. 
of Darien, Conn., Jan. 15, 1707, and st-ttU-d an-l n-^ided iu 
Greenwicli where he was a I)ea'-on of the chundi, and d. juiy 
25, 1827. His wife d. Jun'- 21, 1828. aged 85. 



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[1:?0.] 2. x\3IY, b. in IT-Jl ; m. Jlonry Joliiisoii and d. in 

j>:trion, Conn., July 11, ]824. ller Inisband had d. in C!jc'onwi(.l) 

, Sept. 20, 1801. 

\ [127.] 3. EBEXEZEH, (317) b. :Mnrch 12, 1743 ; )u. Hannah 
hockwood ; resided in Greenwich and d. there Se]it. 8, 1833, 

; where liis wife had also d. April 19, 1830, ag-ed 80. 

[128.] 4. DEBORAH, b. 3Iay 14, 174G ; m. Seth Tabner 

I ;iuJ d. in Greenwich July 18, 1837. He had d. then; Jaii. 20, 

\ 1831, agi^ 90. 

\ [129.] 5. MERCY, b. in 1747 ; m. Closes Lockwood of Sr.ani- 

! ford, Conn., where they both died. 

\ [130.J G. SAMUEL, (355) b. in 1749 ; m. Catlir-int; I'eck 

[ I S3); settled and resided in Bedford, X. Y., wherr h- d. Aja-il 

! 18, 1798. 

\ ''IIILDREN OF JERE-MIAII PECK (40) AND Z^IEECY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
i BORN IX WATERP-URY, XORTHBURY SOCIETY, NOW 

THE TOWX OF PLYMOUTH, C0X2>'. 

[131.] I.ESTHER, b. Nov. 3,1740; was livin- in 1771 
and proliably d. unmarried. 

[132.] 2. RUTH, b. Xov. 27, 1742 and d. unni. hi Water- 
I'ury, now Plymouth, Conn., before Feb. 2, 1708. 

[1.33.] 3. EUXTCE, b. Feb 2.3,1745; m. David M-iu.l'.eld 
•ind d. in Harwinton, Conn., where he also d. in 1833, .!;-;•••• 1 9i,'. 

[1.34.] 4. RACHEL, b. Jan. 4, 1747 and cL in inruicv in 
Waterbury, Conn. 

[135.] 5. LE3IUEL, b. Xov. 27, 1748 and d. hi V/.-iti-Lury, 
now Plymouth, Conn., in 1758. 

By the d«'ath of Lf-nnud (135) th<' descendants In tlj<- m.-ilo 
line of Jeremiah Peck (10; became extinct, and his biotlK-r 
8amuel (0) became the common ancestor of all tlu; d'-;c«-nd:uit.s 
I ia the n.ale lin^, then living, of R.'V. Jeremiah l'tM4. (2;. 

'HILDREN OF .'^AMUEL PECK (50) AND MARY, HIS WIFK, ALL HORN 
IN WALLINfiFORD, CONN. 

[130.] 1. JOHX, (300) b. Xov. 5, 1727 ; m. 1. rarnnc- Do<>- 
little Xov. 10, 1752, who d. S.-].t. 14. 1753; and m. 2. .i.-in-h;. 



26 PECK GENEALOGY— FIFTH GKNEH ATION. 

Hall July 10, 1755 ; settled and resided in Cliesliirc, Conn.. 
where he d. Jan. 15, 1709, and where his last wife d. Aug. lit. 
1817, aged 85. 

[137.] 2. MAIIY, h. March 21,1729 and d. same day in 
Wallingford. 

[138.] 3. MAIIY, again, b. Feh. 1, 1730 and d. young in 
"Wallingford, 

[139.] 4. SUSANNA, h. Feb. 20, 1732: m. Bonjuniiu lla!l 
Jan. 24, 1754 and d. in Wallingford. 

[140.] 5. SAMUEL, (3G9) b. Jan. 4, 1734 : ni. Susanna Doo- 
little Dec. 20, 17C0 ; setthxl and resided in Wallingford and -1. 
there Sept. 28, 1815, where his wife liad also d. July 3. I^IZ 
aged 72. 

[141.] G. CHARLES, (379) b. 3Larch 12, 1736 ; ni. 1. ILan- 
nali Hull, of AVailingford, who d. April 10, 1700 ; and ni. 2. 
Dorothy Hall, of Cheshire, Conn., who d. tlu-re Oct. 6, 1829. 
Ho d. at West Point, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1780, while in a(;Uve sor- 
vice in the Revolutionary Army. 

1 142.] 7. MARY, again, b. Feb. 23, 1737 and d. .same day 
at Wallingford. 

[143.] 8. MARY, again, b. Sept. 25, 1738 and d. in Walling- 
ford, May 23, 1745. 

[144.] 9. JESSE, b. May 8, 1741 and d. unm. at Lak- 
George, N. Y., in Sept. 1758, while in service in the old Frenrii 
war. 

[145.] 10. ABIGAIL, b. Feb. 21, 1743 ; m. Tiriamu. Collins 
April 13, 1759, who, about 1770, settled in Ballstoh,' N. \.. 
where both probably died. 

[146.] 11. NICHOLAS, (391) b. Feb. 22, 1745; m. J)in;J. 
Dowd Oct. 31, 1765 ; resided in Wallingford wbrre h- d. D- r 
30, 1820 and she d. Dec. 24, 1820, aged 73. 

[147.] 12. JERUSHA, h. July 29, 1747 ; m. Samuel M.^vvb\ 
Nov. 18, 1764. 

[148.] 13. JOEL, (395) b. April 23, 1750 : m. 1. Mary Brooke 
March 25, 1773, who d. May 1^:, 1821 : m. 2. Lu<'> .M. iiim.-u;. 



PECK GENEALOGY — FIFTH GENERATION. 2? 

who d. 3Iarcli 6, 1822, and m. 3. Mary Bassett who d. I.^ec. 1, 
183G. He settled aud re^sidcd in Farmington, Conu., and d. 
there May 2(j, 1842. 

ailLDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (53) AND ALICE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[149.J 1. SAMUEL, (390) b. Sept. 7, 1729 ; in. Hannah 
Beckwith, dau. of Richard Beckwith, and d. in Lyme in ITTG. 

[150.J 2. ABXER, (404) b. Sept. 27, 1731 ; m. Caroline 
Reed Nov. 30, 1786 and d. in Lyme. 

[151.] 3. DARIUS, (405) b. Sept. 11, 1733 ; m. Elizabeth 
Beckwith April 19, 1757 and d. in Lyme in 1797. 

[152.] 4. CARTER, b. June 23, 1737. 

[153,] 5. ELISHA, b. Xov. 27, 1739 and d. unni. in Lyme. 

[154.] 6. DAXIEL, (415) b. March 27. 1742; m. Jeruslia 
Yerrington Dec. 25, 1764 and d. in Lyme April 25, 1802. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM PECK (54) AND JEMIMA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[155.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 11, 1736. 
[156.] 2. L0RUA3IY, b. July 12, 1738. 
[157.] 3. WILLIAM, b. Feb. 11, 1740, and d. in Lyme, April 
20. 1749. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN PECK (55) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[158.] 1. DAN, b. May 11, 1735,, and d. in Lyme, Oct. 1, 
1736. 

[159.] 2. MEHITABLE, b. Jan, 12, 1738. 

[160.] 3. BEXJAMIX, b. April 26, 1740. 

[161.] 4. DAX, b. April 1, 1742, and d. in Lyme, Conn., Oct. 
*^f-», 1746. ' ^ 

[162.] 5, ELIZABETH, b. March 21, 1744. --^ 

[163.] 6. CYRUS, b. 3Iay 2, 1746. 

[164.] 7. ELIAS, b, June 20, 1748. 

[165.] 8. SARAH, b. Feb. 21, 1750, and d. unm. in Lvme. 
April 14,1775. 



28 riX'K GKNEALOGY— FIFTH UEXEHATIOX. 

[3 Go.] 9. LEE, b. July 1, 1752, lu. Elizabeth Marvin, Aug. 
18, l77-i, and d. in Lyme, Conn. 

[107.] 10. ESTHER, b. Oct. 30, 175G.' 

CHILDREN OF ELIJAH PECK (5G) AND HErSIKAH, II !S WIFE, ALL 
BOrvX IX LYME, CONX. 

[168.] 1. MARY, b. 3Liy 14, 1738, and d. in Lvme, March 
18, 1739. 

[1G9.] 2. PETER, b. Feb. 1, 1710, and d. in Lvme, June 3, 
1741. 

, ' [170.] 3. ELLTAH, b. 3Iay 2S, 1742, and d. unni. in Lyme, 
Marcli 31, 17G6. 

[171.] 4. PETER, again, b. March 22, 1744, and d. num. in 
Lyme, Aug. 6, 1771. 

[172.] 5. HEPSIBAII, b. Marcli 2, 174G ; ni. John blather 
and d. in Lyme. 

[173.] G. JEDEDLIH, (422) b. Jan. 28, 1748; m. Talrltha 
Ely Xov. 5, 1772 ; served between three and four years in th^' 
Revolutionary Army, and about the year :I790 t^ndtirated from 
Lyme, Conn., to Otsego county, X. Y., and setth'd in Burling- 
ton in that county. He soon became a very prominent man in 
that section of the State. lie was an ardent and active politi- 
cian in the Republican party of that j-eriod. For circulating 
petitions in Otsego county in 1708 agains^t the alien and s^edi- 
tive laws he was indicted, arrested and taken from his fandly 
by an officer to the city of New York. It does not appear that 
he was ever tried, but it increased his popularity and did aiucti 
for the Rej)ublican party. lie was elected a 3Iember oi' tiie 
Assembly from Otsego county in 1798, and annually thereafter 
until 1804, when he was elected a Senator of the wost(Mi. -lls- 
trict of tlie State of Xew York, and remained in the S-^nate 
until 1808. He was, also, for many years a County Ju.Ilm' of 
Otsego county. He was a man of great native aliilily and 
influence. In 1799 he introduced a lall into th<' I,e-i<i;itaM' to 
abolish imprisonment for rjcbt. li't was th<^ ihst projector and 

I. After persistent effort nothiii^^ further a-; to thi^i family or tht:ir tlescrrndint.. can 
be fouiiil. 



PECK GENEALOGY— FIFTH GENERATION. 29 

|.prsevering and efllcieiit advocate of tlie eoinmou school sys- 
loin of the State of Xew York, iutroducing into the LegisLiture, 
ill l&OO, the first bill for its organization and establishment. In 
tlicseand other important measures he exhibited much shrewd- 
uoss and sagacity, as well as benevolent and statesmanlike 
qualities, not often witnessed in that early day. He died in 
]'>urlington, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1821. His wife survived him and 
d. there Jan. 14, 1858, aged 98 years. 

[1V4.] 7. WILLIA3I, b. March 22, 1750, and d. unm. in 
Lyme, July 13, 1771. 

[175.] 8. LUTHER, b. March 20, 1752, and d. unm. in Lyme, 
Aug. 27, 1771. 

[176.] 9. PARXEL, b. 3Iay 13, 1754 ; m. Roswell Clark and 
d. in Lyme, March 12, 1813. 

[177.] 10. AXXA, b. May 1, 1756 ; m. Timothy Chittenden, 
of Salisbury, Conn., and d. there Oct. 10, 1837- She had sons, 
Moore, Samuel and Timothy, and one daughter, Julia. 

[178.] 11. ELIZABETH, b. May 14, 1758, and d. in Lyme, 
April 20, 1759. 

[179.] 12. ELIZABETH, again, b. June 3, 1760 ; m. Stephen 
Mather and d. in Chautauqua county, X. Y. 

[180.] 13. ELISHA, (429) b. April 3, 1062 ; m. Olive Em- 
--^.-mons, of E. Haddam, Conn. ; settled in Btirlington, X. Y., in 
1800, and d. in Victor, X'. Y., July 15, 1829. His wife d. in 
Ypsilanti, Mich. April 29, 1847. 

CHILDREN OF JEDEDIAH PECK (57) AND TABITHA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
PORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[181.] 1. PARXEL, b. about 1740, and d. in Lyme in 1754. 

[182.] 2. MARY, m. 1. Daniel Murphy, in 1760, who d. in 

1707 ; m. 2. Lacy in 1771, and d. in Lyme in Dec. 

1771. She had an only child, Daniel Murphy, by her lirst 
husband, b. in 1761, who was in the Revolutionary Army and 
died in the service June 20, 1778. He drew Military Lot Xo. 
34 in Solon, X". Y., for his military services. 



30 PECK GENEALOGY — FIFTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL PECK (58) AND ABIGAIL, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LY3IE, CONN. 

[183.] 1. AHIJAH, b. Sept. 15, 1715. 
[184.] 2. AZUBAH, b. Oct. 29, 1717. 
[185.] 3. DANIEL, b. July 7, 1751. 

CHILDREN OF SILAS PECK (59) AND ELIZABETH, HLS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN LYME, CONN., EXCEPT SAMUEL GRIFFIN, 

WHO WAS BORN IN NOTA SCOTIA. 

[186.] 1. SILAS, said to have been m. and had one dan. : was 
in the service with his father in the Revohuionary War, and 
d., while in such service, at Valley Forge, Penn., in the winter 
of 1777-78. 

[187.] 2. ELIZABETH, m. Zenas Huntley and d. in Otsego 
Co., N. Y. 

[188.] 3. MARTHA, b. in 1753; m. 3Ierchant, in 

K"ova Scotia, and d. in Xew Lyme, 0., July 11, 1S30. 

[189.] 4. LOVISA, b. in 1756 ; m. Dan Huntley, and d. in 
New Lyme, 0., Aug. 6, 1828. 

[190.] 5. BAN, (440) b. April 17, 1762; was in the service 
in the Revolutionary War ; m. Lovina Huntley A})ril 19, 1786 ; 
first settled in Lyme, Conn ; removed to Ohio in 1811, and d. 
in Xew Lyme, 0., Jan. 16, 1839. 

[191.] 6. SAMUEL GRIFFIX, (446] b. in Xova Scotia, Dec. 
27, 1766; m. Zipporah DeWolf, April 3, 1790; first settled in 
Lyme, Conn., whence, in the fall of 1811, he removed and set- 
tled in Ashtabula county, 0., when it was yet an unbroken 
wilderness, and d. in Colebrook, 0., April 2S, 1851. His vvife 
had d. there May 18, 1846. 

CHILDREN OF JASPER PECK (62) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[192.] 1. SARAH C, b. Dec. 24, 1732 ; m. Il^nry Champion, 
and d. in Lyme about 1780. 

[193.] 2. XATHAXIEL, (456) b. 3Iarch 11, 1735 ; m. 1. 
• Moore, and m. 2. her sister, Hannah Moore, and d. 



PECK GENEALOGY—FIFTH GENERATION. 31 

III Lyme, Conu., being aecideutally killed, iu 1785. After his 
.I.-atli, his widow again m. Joseph Waite. 

[194.] 3. JASPER, (164) b. Sept. 20, 1737 ; m. Pliebe Dorr, 
Feb. 28, 1765 ; resided ia Lyme and d. there Jan. 16, 1821. 
His wife d. in West Bloomfield, X. Y., April 16, 1831. He was 
n soldier and Sergeant of his company in the French War of 
1755-60, and served as such at the capture of Fort Frontenac 
ly Col. Bradstreet, in 1758, and was also in the service in the 
Revolutionary War. 

[195.] 4. JUDITH, b. Jan. 22, 1740 ; m. 1. John Sears ; m. 
2. Josiah Gates, and d. in Stafford, X. Y., Feb. 16, 1831. 

[196.] 5. REYXOLD, (475) b. March 8,1742; m. Deborah 
Beckwith, 3Iarch 8, 1764, and d. in West Bloomfield, X. Y., 
Xov. 26, 1814. 

[197.] 6. SUSAXXA, b. Aug. 11, 1744 ; m. Ea-a Marvin and 
d. in Granville, Mass., about 1810. 

''IIILDREN OF JOHN PECK (65) AND CATHARINE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[198.] 1. LEBBEUS, (485) b. Aug. 10, 1736 ; m. Lydia Lee, 
^luie 17, 1784, and d. in Lyme, July 31, 1812. 

[199.] 2. HEPSIBAH, b. Aug. 9, 1743 ; m. Peter Lay, June 
1'3, 1765, and d. in Canajoharie, X. Y. 

[200.] 3. PHEBE, b. April 28, 1746 ; m. Enoch Reed, and 
*i. in Canajoharie, X. Y. 

[201.] 4. JOHX, (489) b. Oct. 14, 1748 ; m. 1. Rebecca Smith, 
•Vov. 3, 1774, who d. July 25, 1818, aged 64 ; and m. 2. 3Iary 
Mitchell, of Groton, Conn., in Xov. 1820, who d. Sept. 17, 1830, 
•i^^'^d 79, and he d. in Lyme, Feb. 19, 1836. 

[202.] 5. MARY, b. May 29, 1753 ; m. Martin Tinker, and 
•I. in Westlield, 3Ia.ss. 

[203.] 6. JAXE, b. Feb. 10, 1756 ; m. Benjamin Higgins, 
^lid d. in Westfield, Mass. 



32 PECK GEXEALOGY — FIFTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID PECK (06) AND ABIGAIL, ill.S WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[201.] 1. ABIGAIL, b. Sept. 1, ITU; was iinm. and d. in 
Lyme. 

[205.] 2. SAMUEL GILES, {VJG) h. Oct. 25, 174G, arj.l live.' 
and d. in Lyme. 

[206.] 3. EZRA, (497) b. Jan. 11, 1748, and lived and d. ii. 
Lyme. 

[207.] 4. DAYID, b. April 24, 1750, and d. in Lvnie, 3Iav 
11, 1750. 

[208.] 5. DAVID, again, (498) b. Juno 28, 1751; m. 1. Er.- 
uice Lee and m. 2. Elizabeth Manwaring-, Feb. 10, 1785 ; eiin- 
grated from Lyme and settled in Sand Lake, X. Y., in 178.^. 
and d. there June 3, 1839. His last wife d. there July 1."), 
1828, aged 63. 

[209.] 6. WILLIAM, (500) b. Jan. 6, 1754 ; m. ^Irs. Jndiih 
Marvin in 1779, and is said to have d. in llaverstraw, X. Y. 

[210.] 7. JOSEPH, (510) b. June 10, 1750 ; m. Sai-ab 3iiiI<M-, 
Dec. 21, 1780, and d. in Lyme, July 8, 1834. His wife d. Apii) 
13. 1843, aged 83. 

[211.] 8. HAXANIAH, b. Nov. 14, 1758, and d. unm. Ih 
Lyme about 1813. 

{212.] 9. MISHAEL, b. June 6, 1761; d. in Lyme, ^saId t.. 
have been unmarried. 

[213.] 10. AZARIAH, (515) b. Feb. 9, 1064 ; removed fro.u 
Lyme to Sharon, X. Y., about 1790, and d. in St. Lawr*'nc'' 
county, X. Y''. 

[214.] 11. DAXIEL, (510) b. Oct. 18, 1700 ; m. Bets.-y I--- 
and d. in Lyme about 1830. 

[215.] 12. ELIZABETH, b. May 1, 1770, and m. Il.ui.tn 
Latimer. 

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL PECK (07) AND LUCY, HIS WIFE, .\LI. 
BORN IN LYME, Ci)NN. 

- [210.] 1. JOSEPH, b. Feb. 4, 1745, and d. ycung in Lym.'. 

[217.] 2. MATHEK, (518) b. April 20, 1751 ; m. 1. K-;lh''V 

Colt, A])ril 25, 1771, who d. S.-].t. 1, 17;-C> : i;.. 2. liuaiwa 



PECK GENEALOGY — FIFTH GENERATION. 33 

Ilowell, Nov. 19, 1786, and m. 3. Azuba Watrous, Aug. 5, 1790, 
and d. in Lyme in June, 1819. 

[218.] 3. WILLIA3r, (530) h. Dec. 15, 1755 ; m. 1. Eunice 
('orlis, dan. of George Corlis, May 1, 1779, who d. April 28, 
1784; and m. 2. Abigail Matlhewson, dau. of Col. John 3Iat- 
thowson, Jan. 25, 1780, who d. 3Iay 10, 1832, and he d. at 
rrovidence, R. I., May 19, 1832. The following is extracted 
from the Rhode Island Americcui, announcing his decease: 
'•lie graduated at Yale College in 1775, and soon after leaving 
college was appointed Adjutant of the 17th Regiment of foot, 
onnmianded by CoL Jedediah Huntington, of Conn., and first 
Lieutenant of one of the companies attached to that Regiment. 
Ill June 1776 he was appointed Brigade-3Iajor in the Brigade 
commanded by General Spencer, and, in July 1770, was pro- 
moted to the rank of 3Iajor in the United States Army. In 
the summer of 1777- he was commissioned as Deputy Adjutant 
General to the forces stationed in Rhode Island and then under 
tlie command of Gen. Sullivan, and served in this capacity 
until the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, in October, 
1781. Upon the adoption of the Federal Constitution by 
Rhode Island, in 1790, Col. Peck was appointed by President 
Washmgton U. S. Marshal of Rhode Island, and for nearly 
tw.enty years he continued to discharge the duties of that of- 
fice." He was a prominent member of the Society of Cincin- 
nati, and intimate with the leading men and officers of the 
Ib.'volutionary War, and his house in Providence, R. I., was the 
abode of a cheerful hospitality for his numerous friends and 
acquaintances, acquired in his long civil and military career. 

[219.] 4. MEHITABLE, b. in 1758 ; m. Daniel Hall, and d. 
ill Lyme in 1820. She had no children. 

[220.] 5. MATTHEW, (536) b. in 1761; m. Polly King, of 
Oyster Bay, Long Island, N. Y., and died in Lima, X. Y., in 
1815. 

[221.] 6. RICHARD, (542) b. in 1764 ; m. Elizabeth Mather, 
March 13, 1783, and d. in Lyme, Sept. 16, 1786. 



34 PECK GE^'EALOGY— SIXTH GEXERATIOX. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOILX TECK (09) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IX GREEXAVICII, COXX. 

[222.] 1. JOIIX, (5-14) b. Xoy. 12, 17-12 ; served as a soldier 
iu tlie French ^Va^ ; was in the campaign of lYaO and remain- 
ed in the army until the treaty of peace in 1V63: m. in Oct, 
1764 Sarah Xorthrup, dan. of Xathan Xorturup, of Xortli 
Salem, N. Y., and settled in his native town. In 1772 he re- 
moved from Greenwich to that part of Great Nine Partner^;, 
so called, which is now the tov>-nof Stanford, DiitcliesH Count}", 
N. Y., from whence, late in the fall of 1780, he again removed 
to that part of Little Xine Partners, so called, whicli is now 
the town of Milan, in the same connty, where he resided until 
iiiay, 1788, when he returned to Stanford. In 1792 he remov- 
ed from Stanford, vrest of the Hudson Eiver, to m hat is nov; 
known as the town of Hunter, Greene county, X. Y.^ 

The coldness and sterility of the soil, and the inaccessibility 
of this location, induced him, in Feb. 1795, to emigrate v.-ith 
his family to the fertile valley of the Chenango river, and he 
settled in the town of Sherburne, Chenango County, X". Y., 
v/here. and in the adjoining town of Xorwich, he resided until 
his death in Sherburne, Sept. 19, 1819. Pic had but little 
school education, but superior natural talents, gr^at tirrnness 
and energy, and much knowledge derived from ol>servacion 
and from interconse with the public men of his day. His 
occupation, through life, was that of a farmer, being pilnci- 
pally engaged in felling the forest and in the clearing up, sub- 



I. Ili^ farm wzi about two miles southv/L-stt-riy of the Cat-kil! Mountiin rici:--e, 
and a short distance v/esterly of the Kaater's Kill falls. 

It- is a singular and remarkable fact that descendants of William Peck, (l) in •l.r- 
sixth genenration from him, \sho aI.,o were descendants of his three .>ons, re-^pec'.i';;ly, 
should, about this time, have settled in Greene County, X. V., within a f-^w miles of 
eacii other without, probably, any knowledge that they v.ere kindred and descendant- 
in the same deeree of a common ance-tor. Richtird Pfck, (Vjf)) dc.^ctndei from 
Joseph, (4) settled in Lexington in 17SS ; 7/:co//:iIii? Peck (^y,\) and Samuel Pak 
(372) descended from John, ("3) settl'rd m Lexitigron, in 17S9, ai.d yl'-'i^i Peik, (ZTz) 
alvjve n.iined, dc-^ccndt'd from Joremlah (2) settled in Hunter in 179.;. 



PECK GENEALOGY— SIXTH GENERATION. 35 

(iiiing and cultivation of his land, in the new regions where 
lit' resided. KeejDing, as he did, on the borders of civilization, 
after his removal from Greenwich in 1772, bearing himself and 
inuriug his family to the hardships and labors of frontier life, 
li«> was one of the enterprising and valuable pioneers in. the 
sfttlement of the State of Xew York. His wife was born in 
North Salem, X. Y., Oct. 28, 17-16, and d. in Smyrna, X. Y., 
Xov. 11, 1830. 

['223.] 2. HEATH, (554) b. in 1715 ; m. Rachel Koselle, and 
settled in Greenwich, in 1774. He was a soldier in the Revo- 
lutionary Army, but retired from the service, in the Summer of 
17S0, to look after his private affairs and provide for his fami- 
ly, which had suffered much from the calamities incident to 
the war. He was a bold and outspoken Whig ; and, after his 
return, was frequently in command of scouting parties, and a 
terror to the numerous Tories in that region who had become 
very vindictive against him. They burned his barn, stole his 
cattle and offered a reward for him. Nothing daunted, how- 
ever, he continued to go out at the head of scouting parties, 
Mud while out with one of them, in October 1780, he stopped 
f with his men at the house of Henry Hubbard, in the north part 
• f^'f the town of Greenwich, where he was shot from the outside 
I through a window and instantly killed. There were well 
^ grounded suspicions as to who the perpetrator was, but from 
the troublous times and the want of sufficient evidence of iden- 
*iiy, he was not convicted or punished. His widow, after- 
guards, again m. Ezra Weed, and d.in 3Iamaroneck, X. Y. She 
had a son, Hiram, by her second husband, who. in 18C5, was 
'iving in Fairhaven, Conn. x588539 

( [224.] 3. XATHAX, b. in 1747, and was unmarried. He 

[ was drowned in the Summer of 1775, while attempting to res- 
\ cue several others, two of whom he had saved from a similar 
[ fatp. 

\ [225.] 4. SARAH, b. in 1749 ; m. Wilson Xorthrup, of Gal- 

I ^•'-y, X. Y., in 1789, and d. in Clifton Park, X. Y., Feb. 28, 
I ^^U, aged 92 years. She had no children. 

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36 PKCK GENEALOGY — ?IXTII GEXERATIOX. 

[22G.J 5. RUTH, 1'. July 11, 1751; m. "Williani Kindi. of 
Greenwich, in 1755, who sctilod and resided there until lbO(*, 
and then removed to llamden, N. Y., where he d. 3Iay 13, 
1821, aged 72 years. She d. at Lodi, :N'. Y., May 12, IS U, aged 
90 years. Her children were, ^yiUia}/i, Abijoh, Tlc'^ui'., ard 
Sarah; also, Natha,:, b. Dec. 25,1788: Heath P., b. Awfi;. 1, 
1792, and Lewis, b. 3ray 5, 1795. 

[227.] C. AJ3DA11, (557) b. April 3, 1758 ; was a soldi'-.- In 
the Revolutionary "War, entering the Continental ^Vi'my in.lMii.. 
1770; was under arms when the Peclaration of ludep'-ndriice 
was read to the American Army, and one oi the sentinels cr. 
duty when it evacuated the city of Xew York. He served in 
several campaigns, and was in the battle at White Plains. 
After the war, he resided in Xorth Salem, X. Y., and there n-.., 
Nov. 18, 1781, 3Iinr]v.-ell Close, dan. of Solomon Close, Jr., ami 
shortly afterwards, removed to Galway, X. Y., where he resided 
until 1794, and then removed to, and resided in, Clifton Park. 
X. Y., until his decease there, Xov. 12, 1818. His wiir, b. 
3Iarch 27, 1763, d. April 4, 1816, and he again, in Xov. 1821, 
m. Widow Lydia 3Iontgomery, wlio d. J;ni. 22, IS-itj. Afier 
his removal to Clifton Park he became a Baptist mini.-ter, and 
was ordained as such, March 12, 1801. He statedly prer.ehed 
to the Church in Clifton Park, with few intervals, and as ills 
age permitt'^l, until his death. He had a rluent dicrion, a 
strong and well balanced mind, and was a man of great influ- 
ence and extensive usefulness, both as a citi.-'.en and c]iri^,tiali 
minister. 

[228.] 7. ARIGrAl'L, b. Sept. 30, 1700 ; m. Alexand.-- llaird. 
of Greenwich, in 1787 ; resided in Greenwich until 1V95, r.vjl 
then removed to Clifton Park, X. Y. Her husband \sasacei- 
dentally drowned in the Mohawk River, >;ov. 12, lso7, an<l 
soon afterwards shie removed with her children to Coluinbi;',. 
Herkimer County, X. Y., where she d. AitII 17, l"^-".;. Ih'V 
children were, /?«/•(;/.. b. Oct. 1,178^, m.Davi.] ]L;teh; Sj:>'ucJ, 
1). March 12, 1790 ; Ilohcri, b. May 23, 1702 : JJari/, b. Xov. 25. 
1794, m. Garret W. lion : Miu(hn-i/, b. Auir. 2;>. i;9G ; W;/sv/^ 



TECK OEXEALOaY— SIXTH GENERATION. 37 

b. July 13, 1798; and Eliza, b. Feb. 13, 1805, and m. Pliilip 
Lizolle. 

[229.] 8. ELIZABETH, b. July 19, 1763 ; m. Josepli Youngs, 
of Stamford, Conn., Jan. 16, 1783, and resided in Stamford 
imtil Nov. 178-1 ; then removed to Ballston, N. Y., and from 
ilif-nce to Amsterdam, N. Y., in 1789. In June 1807, slie remov- 
ed to what is now the town of Otego, X. Y., where she d. Nov. 
ir., 1820. Her husband d. at Smyrna, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1813. 
She had 16 children, 7 sons and 9 daughters, all of whom were 
in. and settled in Broome, Chenango and Otsego Counties, N. Y. 

• •HILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (70) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[230.] 1. SAMUEL, b. Jan. 7, 1747, and d. in Greenwich, 
in 1763. 

[231.] 2. MOSES, (565) b. in 1750 ; m. Hannah Reynolds, 
and d. in Greenwich, 3Iarch 11, 1828. His wife d. there, Oct. 
11, 1828, aged 77. ' 

[232.] 3. MAEY, b. Nov. 13, 1752 ; m. Hezekiah Knapp, of 
Stamford, Conn., Sept. 7, 1775, and d. there Sept. 19, 1842. 
Hor husband, b. Oct. 14, 1749, had d. in Stamford, Conn., Dec.' 
11, 1840. 

[233.] 4. HANNAH, b. April 16, 1755, and d. in Greenwich 
in 1767. 

[234.] 5. AARON, (567) b. May 3, 1757 ; m. Hannah Ferris, 
dan. of Japheth and Hannah (Peck) Ferris (76) and d. in 
Greenwich, Jan. 23, 1833. 

[235.] 6. JAMES, b. in 1762, and d. unm., in Greenwich, 
Aug. 4, 1806. 

[236.] 7. CALVIN, (572) b. Dec. 4, 1764 ; m. Betsey Parsons, 
•lau. of Capt. Enoch Parsons, of Sharon, Conn. He resided in 
Sharon, was a Deacon of the Congregational Church in that 
town, and d. there Sept. 1, 1837. 

[237.] 8. LUTHER, (581) b. Dec. 22, 1766 ; m. Rachel Peck 
(301) Sept. 19, 1797, and d. in Greenwich, Oct. 29, 18G0, aged 
94 years. His wife had d. April 21, 1855. 



38 PECK GEXEALOGY — SIXTH GENERATION, 

(238.) 9. l-EORGE WHITFIELD, (585) b. in 1768 ; m. 
Mary Knnp}^, ^^■llO d. Sept. 28. 1805, aged 29 years. lie d. in 
Greenwicli, Dec. 28, 1823. 

CIIILDKEX OF JOSEPH PECK (74) AND ELIZABETH, IIIS Wlt-'E, ALL 
BOKX IX GREEXWICH, COXX. 

[230.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. in 1760 ; m. John Johnson, and 
cL in Hanover, X. Y., Feb. 9, 1810. 

[240.] 2. 3rAR.Y. ) 

[241.] 3. HEXRY, V d. in Green wicli in iufancv. 

[242.] 4. CHAELES, ) 

[213.] 5. JOSEPH, (591) b. 3Iarc]i 16 1767 ; m. M:iry Palm- 
er, and d. in Greenwich, Sept. 19, 1826. His wife d. there 
May 11, 1856. 

[211.] 6. SOLOMOX, (601) b. 3Iarch 15, 1768 ; in. .ALiry 
Ferris, Dec. 29, 1799, and d. in Greenwich, Juno 2, 1816. 

[245.[ 7. PREWY, b. in March, 1771 ; m. Sojonion Close, 
sou of Joseph Close, and d. at White Plains, X. Y., Dec. 14, 
1850. Her husband had d. there Jan. 28, l.=^40, .-igr-d 80. 

[246.] 8. JESSE, (605) b. March 30, 1772 ; in. Xancy Jessup ; 
resided in Bedford, X. Y., and d. there Oct. 10, l&-i4. 

[247.] 9. HEZEKIAH, d. unm., in Xew York city, about 
1S07. 

[248.] 10. ALEXAXDER, b, in 1781, and d. unnn, on Statf n 
Island, about 1800. 

[249.] 11. CATHARIXE, b. in 1783 ; in. Robert Barnard, 
and d. in Brookville, Ind., in 1844. 

[250.] 12. MARY, again, b. in 1786 ; m. 1. Andrew Xe\s- 
man and m. 2. John Holmes Lockwood, and d. in Greenwich, 
Aug. 25, 1854. 

CHILDKEX OF WILLIAM PECK (79) AXD SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
PORN IX GEREXWICH, COXX. 

[251.] 1. HEXRY, (600) b. Aug. G, 1765 ; m. Sarali l^-.^e- 
man, June 15, 1779, and d. at Bedford, X. Y., 3Iay 18, 18.25.' 
His wife d. at Sing Sing, X, Y., 3Iarch 11, 1858. 



PECK GENEALOGY— SIXTH GENERATION. 39 

[252.] 2. AXNA, b. Oct, C, 1767 ; m. Jolin Clark, of New 
linmswick, formerly of Rhode Island, and d. at St. Johns, X. 
B., in 1810. 

[253.] 3. WILLIAM, (617) b. Oct. 29, 1769 ; m. Sarah 
3Ioore, and d. m Xew York city, July 8, 180-1. 

[254.] 4. SARAH, b. April 6, 1775 ; m. David Peck, (686) in 
Fob. 1800, and d. in Greenwich, Dec. 11, 1809. 

[255.] 5. RIIODA, b. 3Iarch 19, 1777 ; m. Moses Judah, and 
<]. in New York city in 1814. 

[256.] 6. POLLY, b. Feb. 13, 1779 ; m. William Ray, and d. 
Xcw York city, in March 1818. 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC PECK (SI) AND ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[257.] 1. SANDS F., b. Dec. 7, 1785, and d. unm. in Green- 
wich, Aug. 20, 1826. 

[258.] 2. ISAAC, (622) b. July 19, 1787 ; m. Harriet Mead, 
iu 1814, and d. in Whitman, Ind., in 1865. 

[259.] 3. DEBORAH, b. Sept. 29, 1789 ; m, Benjamin Sel- 
lick, and, in 1876, was living in Greenwich, Conn. Her hus- 
band had d. in Greenwich, April 16, 1846. 

[260.] 4. STEPHEN, (623) b. Nov. 4, 1792 , m. Catharine 
B. Walton, and d. in New York city, Dec. 13, 1820. 

•■HILDREN OF THOMAS PECK (84) AND MARY, HIS W^IFE, ALL BORN 
IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[261.] 1. SUSANNA, b. June 19, 1778 ; m. Henry Waring, 
and d. in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 25, 1840. 

[262.] 2. THOMAS, (627) b. March 30, 1780 ; m. Mary Mo- 
-^I'er, and d. in Greenwich, March 5, 1854. 

""niLDREN OF NATHANIEL PECK (88) AND JERUSHA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH CONN. 

[263.] 1. MARY, b. Aug. 6, 1767 ; m. Ezra Marshall, and d. 
in Greenwich, about 1800. 



40 I'ECK GPZXEALOGY— SIXTH GKNEilATIOX. 

[2G4.] 2. XATIIAXIEL, (63-1) b. 3Iay 10, 1750 ; m. Experi- 
ence Wood, aiid .1. in Charleston, S. C, in Aug. 1803. 

[2G5.] 3. HEZEKIAH, h. Sept. 20, 1752, and d. num. in 
GreenwicL, A\\<s. 31, 1771. 

[2m.] 4. EPHRADI, (C41) b. Jan. 5, 1755; m. 1. Sarali 
Classon and rn. 2. Margaret jMiner, and d. in CTeen^vicli, Juno 
15, 180G. 

[207.] 5. ESTHER, b. July 12, 1750 ; m. Jeromiali Mead, 
Jr., and d. in 13uti-:T\ro., 0., in 1819. Her Lusband d. tliere 
in 1831, aged 70. 

[208.] 0. ELIZABETH, b. May 8, 1757, and d. nnrn. in 
Greenwich, Dec. 8, 1841. 

[209.] 7. CHAELOTTE, b. Jan. 3, 1703, and d. in Green- 
wich, jn-obably in infancy. 

[270.] 8. ISAAC, (045) b. June 9, 1700 ; ra. Rt^bccca Ward- 
well, and d. in Xew York city about 1803. His wife d. there 
about 1840. v-c ;. , 

:. .:>^ Y27I.] 9. JERUSHA, b. May 14, 1770 ; m. l.'john A. Gra- 
V f^- . ham, in 1787,"' who d. in 3Iay 1790 ; in. 2. E!>enezer Graham, in 
1798, and m. 3. Xatlianiel Ferris, in 1804, and d., in Green v/ich, 
Sept. 8, 1815. 

CHILDREX OF JOSHUA PECK (90) AND SAKAII, HIS WIFE, ALL LOIIX 
IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[272.] 1. ED^yARD, b. in 1758, and d. unm. in Xew York 
city about 1783. 

[273.] 2. BEXJAMIX, (051) b. Jan. 20, 1700 ; m. Gcrtru.lc 
Van Epps, and d. in Charlton, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1817- 

[274.] 3. SARAH, m. Handot Wright, aud d. in Chariton, 
N. Y., Oct. 24, 1832. 

[275d 4. MxVRY, b. April 23, 1770 ; ni. S-th Godfrey, and 
d. in Livonia, N. Y., May 14, 1842, where h.-r husband also d., 
Aug. 30, 1851, aged 83. 

• [270.] 5. GIDEON, (052) b. Jan. 5, 1775 ; in. I^lu-bo V/iikin- 
son. and d. in We.stflcld, N. Y., Xov. 17. 1S17. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SIXTH GENERATION. 41 

( HILDREN OF JONATHAN PECK (90) AND MEHITABLE, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1^77.] 1. JOXATIIAX RICHAED, (600) b. Dec. 7, 1TG8 ; m. 
Tlirodosia Lockwood, of Greeiiwicli, Oct. 8, 1781: removed 
fn.m Greenwich to Flur?limg, Loug Island, X. Y., about 1790; 
wa-s the common ancestor of the numerous families of his sur- 
urime in that locality, and d. there April 4, 1822. He was a 
iu;m of great business sagacity and enterprise. 

[278,] 2. ABEAIIA^I, b. in 1771, and d. unm., in Green- 
wich, about 1810. 

[279.] 3. CHARLES, (009) b. Aug. 23, 1773 ; m. Xancy 
Hobby, dau. of Jabez 31. Hobby, April 12, 1801, and d. in 
(.'reenwich, Jan. 5, 1851. His wife had d. there March 10, 
Js23. 

[280.] 4. SARAH, b. in 1776, and d. unm. in Xew York city 
,-i)'Out 1836. 

« iflLDREN OF GEORGE PECK (97) AND MARY, HIsVlFE, ALL EOKN 
IN GREEN AVICH, CONN. 

[2S1.] 1. GEORGE, b. in 1765, and d. unm., in Greenwich, 
•Iiuio 5, 1790. 

[2^2.] 2. FREDERICK, [075] b. Dec. 6, 1767 ; m. Hannah 
I-ockwood and d. in Greenwich, Sept. 18, 1831. 

[283.] 3. AUGUSTUS, (680) b. in 1709 and m. Jerusha Lock- 
v;..od. 

[2S4.] ^4. 3IARY, b. June 0, 1771 ; m. Drake Lockwood, Dec. 
•J- 1791, and d. in Greenwich, in 3Iay 1841. 

[2^5.] 5. CHARLOTTE, b. Aug. 20, 1779 ; Eihan Ferris in 
-^I.-irch, 1799, and d. in 3Iadison, X. J., June 19, 1838. 

'HILDREN OF THEOPHILU.-? PECK (107) AND REBECCA, HIS VriFE, 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 



[286.] 1. DAVID, (080) b. Feb. 1754; m. 1. Amy Rundell, 
-^'ig. 10, 1773, who d. Jan. 31, 1793 ; and m. 2. Alathea Hon.^y- 
I ■^'•^'11, in 1794; resided in Greenwich where he was a farmer 



42 PECK GEXEALOUY— SIXTH GENERATION. 

arid Baptist miuister ; and d. tliore Ajuil 23, 1S35. Ills lust 
wife d. 3) ay 1-1, 1850. 

[2S7.J 2. GIDEON, (TOO) b. S.-jn. 3, 1Y5G : m. 1. Eniiic- 
Close, Oct. -1, 1781, Nvlio d. Ai-i-il 12, 1801, and r.i. 2. .T-.tu>L.. 
Lyoii, Xo\-. V, 1801. lie d. in Greenwich, Jan. 7, 18.T3. 

[2S8,] 3. TlIEOnilLrS, I.. Deo. 8, 1758, and d. iinni., n: 
Greenwich, Jan. 15, 1777- 

[289.] 4. THOMAS, (713) 1.. .July 1, I7G1 : m. TamuAAy Ilr)- 
nolds and settled in Poundiidge, X. Y., where lie d. Mav .3. 
1829. Ilis wife d. there Dec. 12, 1822. 

[290.] 5. GILBERT, h. April 20, 1703 : ni. Deborah Hue.- 
dell ; resided in Greenwich and d. there July 13, 1832, Hi- 
wife d. 3Iay 25, 1844. He had no children. 

[291.] G. S0L03I0X, (719) b. X^ov. 25, 1705 ; ni. 31ary Lyon, 
dan. of Caleb Lyon, and d. in Greenwich, Feb. 7, 1850. 

[292.] 7. CHABLOTTE, b. Xov. 4, 1708 ; ni. Gilbert Closr. 
son of Odell Close, and d, in Greenwich. Sept. 20, 1800. 

[293.] 8. BEBECCA, b. Aug. 1, 1771; m. Thomas VirMy 
and d. in Bedford, X. Y., Oct. 13, 1838. Her husband d. D.c 
8, 1843. 

[294.] 9. ELIPHALET, b. May 18, 1774: ni. Bachel Lyon. 
dau. of Cah'b Lyon, and d., in Gri-enwicli, Sept. 11, 1851. Hv 
had no children. 

[295.] 10. BUTII, b. Dec. 20, 1777 ; m. Luther Lyon and -J. 
in Genoa, X. Y., June 2S, 1843. 

CHILDREX OE SAMUEL PP:CK (112) AND HAXXAn, HIS WIFE, AT.L 
BORN IX GREEXWIe'II, C<jXX. 

[290.] I.ELIZABETH, b. April 11, 1703; in. Thaddms 
Ef'ed, of Sharon, Conn., 3Iay 21, 1790, and d., in Shaion, Mux 
20, 1823. Her lui.sband d. there 31arch 24, 1820. 

[297.] 2. SA3IUEL, (722) b. Dec. 22, 1705 ; ni. Mary Al,,,,l, 
dau. of Benjamin 3Iead, 3i], Jan. 20, 1790, and d., in Grernw i( h, 
July 27, 1841. His wife b. X^ov. 2, 1770, and d. there ia Ai-ril 
1801. 



rr.CK GKXEALOGY — SIXTH GENERATION. 43 

[•2[>S.] 3. JA13EZ, (731) h. May 12, 17G8 ; m. 3Iai-y ^load, 
.l:iu. Joliiol Mead, and d., in Greenwich, Sept. 25, 1831. 

[2S'J.] 4. IIAXXAH, I). June 8, 1770 ; m. Darius Mejid and 
.]., in Greenwic?]!, 3Iay 5, 183G. Her liuyband d. there Aug. IG, 
is 11, aged 74. 

[3U0.] 5. JAEED, (735) h. Feh. 27, 1773 ; ni. Tanii/on Adeo 
•.lud d., in Greenwich, in 3Iay 1842. 

[301.] G. RACI1E]>, b. 3ray 19, 1775; m. Luther ]\ck (237) 
S.-jit. IC, 1797, and d., in Greenwich, April 21, 1855. 

[302.] 7. ISAAC, (744) b. March 22,1777 ; m. Sarali Knapp, 
.^.-j.t. 10,1790; was a farmer, and resided at Round Itill, in 
(irt'onwich ; represenled that town in the Legishituro of Con- 
:, ■'Client, and d., in Greonwich, Aug. 1, 1859. His wife; d. lucre 
-Mriy 9, 18G0. 

[3'J3.] 8. SARAH, b. Marclj 25, 1779 ; ni, 3Iosc-r, llusted, 
.May 22, 1798, and d., in Greenwicli, 3Iarc]i 3, 1833. Her iiu.-^- 
5'aiHl d. there June 20, 1842. 

[301.] 9. DAXIEL, (745) b. Aug. 8, 1781 ; ni. Hannah Mead, 
•lau. of Plait 3Iead, and Deborah (306) Mead, 3Iay 25, 1814, 
and d., in Greenwich, Jan. 14, 18G1. 

[305.] 10. HULDAH, b. 3Iay 2, 1787 ; m. Benoni Peck (694) 
I»-<-. 2, 1812, and d. in Genoa, X. Y., April 7, 1865. 

'inLDIlEN OF BENJAMIN PECK, (113) ALL PORN IN GREEN- 
WICH, CONN. 

[30G.] 1. DEBORAH, b. Eeb. 5, 17G8 ; m. Piatt ^lead, son 
*'f Sylvauus 31ead, July 24, 1790, and d., in Greenwich, Nov. 
'^^, 1838. 

[307.] 2. BEX.JA31IX, (749) b. 3Iay 20, 1773 ; ni. Elizabeth 
^'■'••rwood, July 28, 1810, and d., in Xew York city, Oct. 30, 
'•'-36. His wife had d. Jan. 7, 1816. 

[3MS.] 3. HAXXAH, b. Feb. 21, 1775 ; ni. James J\-ck (555) 
•M.-iy 20, 1803, and d., at Bridgeport, Conn., Srpt. 19, 1860. 

[:^09.] 4. JA:\IE.S, (751) b. March 11, 1777 ; ni. Mary Holmes, 
^'"i'. 8, 1804, and d., in Port Chester, X. Y., S,-pt. 22, 1835. 
'''^ wife d. ihert' Sept. 14, 1875, in her 94th year. 



44 PECK GENEALOGY— PIXTIi GEXELJATION. 

[310.] 5. ELIAS, (7j7) h. 3Iay 0, 1770 ; m. 1. Deborah JI,,1,- 
by, May 13, ISOl; m. 2. 3Iary Hai-ht,Oct. 31, 18:?0,aua d., Il 
Grecmvicli, May 14, 1840. 

[311.] 6. XATHAX, (703) b. Jan. 17, 1781 : iii. Sarali Sccor, 
Fcl). 3, 1810, and d., in Groonwicli, Sept. 21. 1800. 

CIIILDREX OF ABKAIIAM PEt K (114) AND AXXA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORX IX GIIEKXWICII, COXX. 

[312.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 20, 1771. an.l d., in Green- 
wicli, Oct. 31, 1772. 

[313 ] 2. LAVIXA, b. Jnly 9, 1773 ; m. R(;bert Peck (34()) 
and d., in Groenwicli, about 1815. 

[314.] 3. HAXXAH, b. 3Iay 10,1770 ; m. Jonaflian Knapp. 
and d., in LaGrange, X. Y., about 1814. 

[315.] 4. ABr.AlIA3I, (774) b. April 30, 1779: m. Anna 
Peck (343) and d., in Lexington, Indiana, 3Iareli 20, 1858. 11 1> 
wife d. tliere June 28, 1S22. 

[310.] 5. AXXA, b. Sept. 30, 1783 ; ni. Silas Knapi.,and <!., 
in Wasliiugton, X". Y„ Jan. 4, 1800. 

[317.] 6. ESTHEE, b. Aug. 25, 1780 ; m. Seth La^vtou, and 
d., in "Washington, X". Y., Dec. 0, 1851. 

CHILDIIEX OF LsRAEL PECK AND LAVIXA. IHS WIFE, ALL BORX 
IX GREEXWICH, COXX. 

[318,] 1. ISRAEL, b. 3Iarch 8, 1783, and d., in Greonwicli, 
May 1, 1793. 

[319.] 2. XEIIEMIAH, (779) b. Dec. 2, 1784; m. LaviLa 
Marshall, wlio d. Feb. 10, 1850. He d., in Greenwich, Dec. L'5. 
1860. 

[320.] 3. ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 5, 1780, an.l d., in Green- 
wich, Dec. 0, 1780. 

[321.] 4. EACHEL, b. Oct. 28, 1787, and, in 1S70, was iivin- 
unm. in Port Chester, X. Y. 

[322.] 5. LAYIXA, b. Maich 20, 1791: ni. Xathan Ero'An. 
of Eye, X. Y., Sept. 5, 1810, and was living there in 1870. 



I'ECK GE^■KALOGY — SIXTH GE^.EKATIOX. 45 

[T23.] 6. ISRAEL, ngain, (7S0) b. Dec. 7, 170-1 ; m. Donnda 
i.-.k (731,) Oct. ^0, 1819, and, in 187C, was living in Port Clies- 

!. r, X. y. 

[324.] 7. ELIZABETH, again, b. May 2,1797, and d., in 
(;rccn\vicl), Jan. 14, 1S08, 

'.;iiI,l)KEX OF PETE]l PECK (110) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW MILFOKD, CONN. 

[323:] 1. HEUBEX, (701) b. Feb. 8, 1772; m. 1. Tryphena 
I'ishop, in 1709, and m. 2. Jane liaight, who d. in Aug. 1SG9. 
lb« d., at Gbm-s Falls, X. Y., 3Iay 6, 1851. 

[320.] 2. DAXIEL, (706) b. Jan. 22, 1775 ; m. Content Sis- 
-oiu Sept. 23, 1806, and d., ai Glen's Falls, X". Y., Ang. 12, 1830. 
U;s wife vras living there in 1869. 

[327.] 3. ED3IUXD, (806) b. X^ov. 21, 1778; m. Sarah 
liaugor, of East Hampton, X\ Y., and d., at Glen's Falls, X. 
v., March 14, L852, where his wife also died. 

'-"HILDriEN OF ENOS PECK, (122) ALL BORN IX NEW HAVEN, VT., 

EXCEPT THE LAST THREE, WHO WERE 

BORN IN POMPEY, N. Y. 

[328.] 1. ELTIIU, (808) b. Jan. I, 1775 ; m. Ruana Farnham 
5:.d d., in Camillus, X.. Y., March 7, 1841. 

[329.] 2. PIIEBE, b. May 4, 1777; m. Daniel Thomas and 
<i., in Pompey, X. Y., Oct. 11, 1850. 

[330.] 3. JLYRTHA, b. .May 9, 1781 ; m. Jonathan Farnham 
and d., in Pompey, X. Y., 3Iay 12, 1836. 

[331.] 4. PETER, (8J0) b. Sept. 8, 1783 ; m. Eunice Beck- 
with. who d. in Jan., 1844. He d., in Van Buren, X". Y., Jan. 
3. 1871. 

[332.] 5. AXX.^, b. Jan. 6, 1785 ; m. Joel Hall and, in 1870, 
^"•as living in Marion, X". Y. 

[333.] G. EX OS, (824) b. Aug. 14, 1790 ; rn. Anuis Hopkins 
*nd, iu 1875, was living in Camillus, X. Y'. 

[334.] 7. ISAAC, (828) b. April 4, 1703 ; m. 1. liachel Knapp, 
^^- 2. Hannah Coats and m. 3. Susan Cheney, and d., in Van 
i'ureii, X^ Y., A mil 24, 18G4. 



46 PECK GENKAL'JGY— ~iX7H GENERATIUN. 

[335.] 8. KACHEL, b. F-b. U. 170G : m. 11 olden Hart and 
d., in Belloview, Penu., aboui Jc03. 

[33G.] 1). CHLOE, l». Jun*j 11. 1700 ; m. Elcnz,'_'r Watennj.n 
and, in 1875, ^vas living in Yaii Uart-n, X. Y. 

[337.] 10. AL310XD, (830; b. Oct. IG, .1801; m. Fideli:'. 
Dewey and, in 1875, was ]ivin2- in Ly^and^'r, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT PECK (125) AXP A.NN, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORX IN GREEN v.icn, CONN. 

[338.] 1. XATIIAX, b. Dec. 12, 1707, and d., in Gioei wicL. 
Dec. 10, 17G7. 

[330.] 2. MOLLY, b. Dee. 21, 17GS ; m. Samnnl Wbitlng, of 
Darien, Conn., Jane 20, 1780, and d., in Darien, IMay 28, 1829. 

[340.] 3. ROBERT, (845) b. Xov. 1, 1771 ; ni. LM.vinr: Peck 
(313) and d., in Grreonwicli, April 30, 1790, bt;ing kibi-d l.-y tl)>j 
fall of a tree. 

[341.] 4. XATHAX, cigain, b. Feb. 18, 1774, and d., in 
Greenwich, Xov. 2, 1775. 

[342.J 5. URIAH, b. Jan. 22, 1777, and d., in Greenwich 
Oct. 20, 1777. 

[343.] 6. AXXA, b. June 21, 1779 ; m. Abraham Peck (31:; 
and d., in Lexington, Ind., June 2S, 1822. 

[344.] 7. PHIXEAS, b. May 15, 1782, and d., in Greenwir:.. 
Feb. 13, 1780. 

[345.] 8. ELIAS, (847) b. Jan. 5, 1785 ; m. Funic \V ilson. 
Oct. 11, 1812, and d., in La Salle, III., Aug. 10, 1SG7. His wif' 
had d., in Stamford, Conn., April 2G, 18G5. 

[34G.] 9. LEWIS, (854) b. Dec. 15. 1787 ; ni, Sally P-ck 
(575) Oct. 18, 1808, and d., in Sharon, Conn., Dec. 12, l.s57. 

CHILDREN OF EBENEZER T'ECK (127) AND HANNAH, HIS WilF- 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[347.] 1. EBEXEZEll, (8.59) b. .March 22, 1771 ; m. Eliza- 
beth Raymond, of Xorwalk, Conn., Xov. 8, 1709, and d., ii- 
Stamford, Conn., X\)v. 9, 1837, and she d. Marcli 10, 3848. 



PECK GENKALOGY — SIXTH GENERATION. 4? 

[3-lS.] 2. IIAXXAH, b. Peb. '2S, 1774 ; m. Ezra Lockwood, 
uf Wutertowu, Conn., and d. there July 15, 1854. 

[349.] 3. ELIZABETH, b. July 7, 1770 ; m. Auouslus Lock- 
wood, of Stamford, Conn., Jan. 1, 1800, and d. there Nov. 27, 
1&G5. 

[350.] 4. DEBOKAH, b, July 13, 1779 ; m. Elias Raymond, 
of Xoi'Nvalk, Conn., Jan. 7, 1802, and d. there June 8, 1855. 

[351.] 5. RUFUS, (864) b. 3Iarch 22, 1782; m. Letitia Lock- 
svuod, of Greenwich, July 8, 1816, and d., in Green\\-)ch, July 
H. 1856. 

[352.] 0. EPMOXD, b. 3Iay 11, 1787, and d„ in G reenwlch, 
.May 20, 1802. 

[353.] 7. ANN, b. Xov. 6, 1790 ; m. James Scholield. of Stam- 
ford, Conn., in Xov. 1844, and d., in Sharon, Conn., May 12, 
1^04. 

[354.] 8. MARY, b. Xov. 6, 1790 ; m. Enoch P. Feck (573) 
Xov. 7, 1815, and d., in Sharon, Conn., 3Iarch 2S, 1860. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (130) AND CATHARINE, H:S WIFE, 
ALL P50RN IN BEDFORD, N. Y. 

[355.] 1. AXX, b. April 1, 1785 ; m. Stephen Scholield, of 
Bedford, 'X. Y., and d. there April 10, 1812. 

[356.] 2. DEBORAH, b. July 17, 1787 ; m. Stephen West- 
<^ott, of Bedford, X". Y., and d. there July 5, 1819. 

[357.] 3. CATHARIXE, b. June 17, 1790 ; m. David D 
Smith, of Bedford, X". Y., and d., in Groton, X. Y., Aug. 30, 
1SG7. 

[358.J 4. POLLY, b. June 14, 1794 ; m. Jeremiah ^filler, of 
Bedford, X. Y., and d. there about 1847. 

[359.] 5. SALLY, b. 3Larch 1, 1797 ; m. Robert Quintard, of 
Greenwich, Sept. 23, 1817, and d., in Greenwich, in lSo9. 

CHILDREN OF .lOHN PECK (130) AND JERU.SIIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN WALLINOFORD, CONN., EXCEPT RoXANA 

(367) AND SAMUEL ^368) WHO WERE 

BORN IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[360.] 1. SAMUEL, b. April 10, 1750; was in the Revolu- 
tionary Army, where he d. of disease, unm., Oct, 13, 1778- 



48 VFA'K (.lEXEALOUY — SIXTH GKXF.RaTI :^X . 

[3G1.J 2. PATIENCE, b. ^Jairli 28, 1758; m. Samud Av 
^vaier, Dec. C, 1781, and d., in 'ClM'shire, Conn., Jan, 2i\. 1^57, 
Her liu:>band d. thciv Jan. 12, 1848. 

[3G2.] 3. JERUSIIA, h. June 8, 1700 ; m. Warren Bei-hnr.. 
Feb. 22, 178G, and d., in Clieshirc, April 10, 1833. Her liuslu:..: 
had d. tliere Jan. IG, 1829. 

[r,G3.] 4. JOIIX, (807) b. April 9, 1762; m. 31erab 3i...-. 
Feb. 22, 1780, and d., in Cliesliire, .March 12, 1813. Jiis .vifr 
d. there Feb. 15, 1835. 

[304.] 5. 3IARY, b. .1 iine 13, 17G4 ; m. Jesse Tliomp.-;on ar.d 
d., in Cheshire, Dec. 1, 1820. 

[3G5.J G.ASA, (S73j b. 31arch 10, 17G7 ; ni. Betsey tiul! 
Feb. 4, 1789, and d., in Clieshire, Au^-. 9, 1839. His wife a. 
there May 2S, 1851. 

[30G.J 7. LEVI, (881) b. Feb. 21, 1770 ; m. Esther E. h tv. 
May 27, 1799, and d., in Cheshire, Feb. 10, 1813. His wiiV a. 
there Xov. 22, 1847. 

[307.] 8. EOXANA, b. Feb. 1, 1774, and d., in Clieslilr.- 
Jan. 15, 1775. 

[308.] 9. SAMUEL, a-ain, (884) b. May 23, 1777 ; ni. i. 
Elizabeth Brooks, Feb. 22, 1801, who d. Sept. 2, 1807 : n>. :'. 
Lydia Tyler, Feb. 1, 1809, wlio d. Jan. 17, 1><21, and w. e- 
Harriet Brocket, Xov. 13, 1822. He settled in Cheshire, Cvjv... 
and resided there until 1827, and afterward, until 1835, in tl;> 
town of Prospect, Conn. He was a Captain in the war o( 
1812, and subseqently a 3Iajor and Lieut. -Colonel in the Cui" 
necticut Militia, a Deacon, for several years, of the Coiv^n^'S^- 
tional Church, of Prospect, and a Justice of the Peace for inov 
than twenty years, successively, in the towns of Cheshire :ini 
Prospect, both of which towns he represented in the Siatf 
Legislature. His superior ajid well cultivated jniud. -eni;'.'. 
temperament and popular and agreeable manners secure! iiii" 
the respect, esteem and affection of all who knew liim. h- 
1835 he emigrated from Prospect to ]vist Bloomfield, N. V- 
where he d. April 21, 1848. His last wife, in 18G2, was li\ ii:'' 
in Greenville, Mich. 



I'ECK GEXEALOGY — SIXTH GK:^•ERATiO^'. 40 

;,ILP-HEX OF SAMUEL PECK (140) A^'D SUSANNA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WALLINGFORD, CONN. 

[3i]9.] 1. SAEAII, b. Oct. IG, 17G1 ; m. Ebeuezer Johnson 
4 (1. in Lexington, now tlie town of Jewett, N. Y., June 19, 

[370.] 2. LUCY, b. Feb. 26, 1703 ; m. Chester Hull, of Wal- 
:':;urford, and d. in Lexington, now the town of Jewett, X. Y., 
.!a;\ 4, 1829. Her husband d. tlierc Jan. 10, 1847. 

[:^71.J 3. THEOPHILUS, (807) b. Sept. 2, 1764 ; m. JSlavy 
ibiJi, of Wallingford, and, in 1789, emigrated from AValling- 
T'l'd to Lexington, now the town of Jew ett, N. Y., where ];<; 
^. ttled and d. Dec. 22, 1839. His wife d. there March 29, 1849. 

[372.] 4. SAMUEL, (900) b. July 20. 17GG ; m. Abigail Hall 
^'id removed \vith his brother, Thcophilus, from Wallingfurd 
1" Lexington, now the town of Jewett, X. Y., in 1789, where 
Ir settled and d. March 9, 1834; and where, also, his wife d. 
July 23, 1856. 

[373.] 5. JOHN, (911) b. Aug. 23, 17G8; m. Eunice HmL^ 
and d., in Farmington, Conn., Jan. 21, 1811. His wife d. there 
in 1812 

[374.] G. LSAAC, (919) b. Jan. 15, 1771 ; m. Miriam Eice, 
i^'^c. 22, 1799 ; lived on the homestead uf his ancestors, in AVal- 
'ingford, and d. there Feb. 24, 1S47, as did his wife Jan. 3, 
Iv^GL 

[375.] 7. PATTY, b. May 7. 1773 ; m. Jesse Peck (395) and 
d., in Farmington, Conn., Feb. 10, 182G. 

[376.] 8. LUCIXA, b. Jan. 8, 1775 ; m. Samuel Gillett, of 
Bioomfield, Conn., and d., in Farmington, Conn.. May 1, 1844.. 

[377.] 9. AMOS, (925) b. July 27, 1777 ; m. Sybil Parker, 
^''pt. 22, 1799 ; settled in Lexington, now the town of Jewett, 
X. Y., and d. there Feb. 2G, 1854. His wife d. there Ap>ril II, 
1845. 

[378.] 10. SUSANXAH, b. April G, 1779 ; m, Levi Hull, of 
^Vallingford, in 1S03, and d., in Wallingford, December 30, 
1805. 



50 I'EOK GENEALOGY— SIXTH GE>.-EKAT10N, 

CHILDKEN OF CHARLES PECK, (1-11) JEHTEL AND llAXXAH 750n:.v 
IN ^YALL1^■GF0RI), AND THE OTHERS IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[379.] 1. JEHIEL, h. ])ec. 21, 1757, and was a soiaier in tlu- 
Revolutiouavy Army. In the latter part of his life he fculcJ 
ill the State of 31arylnn(l, and d., in Rock\ i1k\ in that State, 
about 1S30. It is said that he was twice man-ied and that li.- 
had several childi'en, but very little can be ascertained in ?'ela- 
tion to them or their descendants.^ 

[380.] 2. IIANXAII, b. April 5, 176l) ; ni. 1. Stephen Yale, 
of AVallingford, and m. 2. Eliliu Thompson, aiid d. in AValiiiig- 
ford. 

[381.] 3. JESSE, (931) b. Xov. 21, 17C1 ; m. 1. 3Iary Kay- 
mond, of Clieshire, and m. 2. Sarah Dean, and d., in r.-iriniug- 
ton, 0., 3Iay 31, 1832. His la.st wife d. Oct. 11, 1838. 

[382.] 1. DOROTHY, b. 3Ia]ch IG, 1703 ; m. Caleb Parker 
Xov. 1, 1783, and d., in Cheshire, 3Iay 12, 18UG. Her husband 
d. there Dec. 31, 1800. 

[383.] 5. ABIGAIL, b. Xov. 10, 1701, and d., unm,, in 
Cheshire, Jan. 10, 1811. 

[381.] 6. CHARLES, b. July 10, 1760, and d., in Walliug- 
ford, in March 1707. 

[385.] 7. ADIAII, b. March 10, 1708, and d., in Wallingford. 
Sept. 25, 1773. 

[380.] 8. BEX.TAMIX, b. April 11, 1770 ; entered the R.v- 
olutionary Army as a drummer boy, in 1780, and serAcd until 
the close of the war ; was present at the execution of 3rajor 
Andre and at the surrender of Corn wallis; m.l. a \A'id(i\\ Doij^t 
and m. 2., in 1823, Sarah Wilson Cutter, and d., in Fall I{i\ ( r, 
Mass., Oct. 3, 1851. His last wife d., in Providnjice, 11. 1., Dec. 
21., 1811. He had no children. 

[387.] 9. CHARLES, again, (913) b. An-. 11. 1775; m. 
Nancy Fanning, in 1793, who d. Aju-il 8, 1830, and m. 2. 

I. Henry, a son of his, about eiu;hty years of agn:, residing in Baltimore, M<]., vi.tv 
stran^'ely declined to ^ive any account of his father, or of hi, father' .s descendants, ami 
all other attempts to yain similar information from other hources fexcei^t a-> to a 
daughter, Clarissa, who ni. Webb Ifart r.nd d., in Meriden CVnn., about 1831,;* have 
proved ineffectual. 



PECK CIEXLWLOGY — SIXTH GENl- RATION. 51 

Jl'ni'iijie Ormsbee, in Sept. 1810, aud cL, in Shaftesbury, Vt., 
.M.iy 1, 1857. 

[;].^S.J 10. JOEL, (951) b. Get. 15, 177^ ; m. Abig-ail Tut He, 
.bme 9, ]S01, and d., in Scott, X. Y., Oct. 31, 1851. 

l:?89.] 11. EUXICE, b. Oct. 5, 1776 ; m. Stephen Seymour 
r.: -1 a., in Windsor, X. Y , in .Alarch 1855. He d. in Ajn'il 1850. 

r:]90.] 12. JOHX, (957) b. Sept. 28, 1780 ; ni. Lurlnda John- 
-ou nnd d., in Bristol, Conn., Xov. 2-i, 1863. }Us wife had d. 
:i.e;v x\pril 20, 1863. 

'■•.lil.DREN OF NiriTOLAS PECK (116) AND DINAH, HIS VriFE, AEL 
BORN IN WALLINGFORD, CONN. 

;:391.] 1. OEIVE, b. Oct. 29, 1766, and d., in ^^"alliDg•ford, 
-ViLT. 8, 1770. 
:;:92.] 2. JESSE S., (960) b. April 15, 1769 ; m. Sally Eavne.s 
f Middletown, Conn., and d., in Butralo, X. Y., 3Iarch 3, 1845. 



01 



I [393.] 3. 3IILES, (972) b. May 15, 1771 ; m. Eunice He 

W.-illingford. and d. there March 27, 1832. His wife d. there 
MHl 5, 1-^42. 

:391.] 4. OLIVE, again, b. Aug. 9, 1773 ; m. Bilious B. Xew- 
'• -u of Pittsburgh, Penn., and d. there Oct. 19, 1S54. He d., 

i --.' Hi-aceville, 0., June 25, 1834. 

I "M^V CHILD OF JOEL PECK (148) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, BORN 
I IN FARMINGTON, CONN. 

I [395.] 1. JESSE, (976) b. 3Iay 4, 1778 ; m. 1. Patty Peck 
[ <-J75) who d. Eeb. 10, 1826, and ra. 2. Margaret Baldwin, and 
I '**- d., in Farmington, Conn., June 23, 1856. 

I '"HlLDREN OF PAMUEL PECK (149) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
j BORN IN LYZHE, CONN. 

I ^[390.] 1. RICHAPB, (979) b. Aug. 5, 1753; m. 1. Sarah 

I "-linant, in 1775, and m. 2. Elizabeth Chamberlin ; removed 

\ ''"""^ Lyme, in 1788, and settled in Lexington, X. Y., and d., in 

I ^^'^'liam, X. Y., Oct. 2i, 1>^37. 



«2 I'ECK GE>"EaLOGY — SIXTH GE^Ei; ATlON. 

[397.J 2. SA3IUEL, (991) m. J. Liicretk Iiioi-aliarn, Oct. IS. 
1781, and m. 2. Eliz/ibeth Conkjiii, aud d. in Lvnie in the Fall 
of 1837. 

[398.] 3. ELirj^ b. al.out 1757 ; m. William Fellows an i 
d. in Wateitown, X. Y., 

[399.1 4. HANXAH, b. iMay 27, 1759 ; m. Silas Fobbin^, 
Dec. 13, 1782, nnd d., in Lyme, Jan. 1, 1S40. 

[400.J 5. ABXEF, (997) b. 3Iay 1, 1701 ; ni. Hannah Tijikor, 
Xov. 30, 178G, and d., in Slielbnrne, 3Ia<s., June 1, 1842. H-.- 
was a soldier in the Ptevolutionary war, and one oi" the guards 
aiouno the gallows ai the execution of 31ajor Andre. 

[40E] G. PJIEBE, b. Sept. 5, 17G-1 ; m. Soionion Fellow.-^ 
and d., in Albion, X. Y , 3Iarch 12, 1840. 

[402.] 7. JASOX, (1003) b. June 5, 17G9 ; m. Ehoda Wiiii- 
comb, X'ov. 27, 1794, and d., in Reading, X. Y., Oct. 2, iSio. 
He had settled in Heading in 1808. 

[403.J 8. DOFCAS, b. Jan. 5, 1772; m. Fenjaniin Fanl^•- 
worth and d., in Charleniont, Mass., Oct. 23, 1^58. 

CHILD OF ABiXEIl PECK (150) AND CAROLINE, lilS WIFE, BOi;> 
IN LYxME, CONN. 

[404.] 1. XATnAXlEL. b. Sept. 2S, 1788.' 

CHILDREN OF DARIUS PECK (151) AND ELIZABETH, HL^ WIFK. 
ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[405.J 1. MARTIX, (1011) b. Oct. 8, 1759; m. 1. Lucy Sru- 
net, who d. Aug. 19, 1805, and m. 2. Frances Sebnrn, who '1, 
April 7, 1853, and he d., at Hector, X'. Y., Sept. 30, 180b, wht-re 
he had settled about tlie year 1800. 

[400.] 2. ELIZAFETII, b. Dec. 10, 17G1, and in. Sin.euu 
Holton, of :Montague, 3Iass. 

[407.J 3. DARIUS, (1020) b. Feb. 2, 17G4 ; Lydia Mack. 
July 20, 1780, and d., in Phelps, X. Y., July 31, 18J4. lie 

I. There were probably other children, but nunc- are fmin.; oi. th»= Lyme tov.ii 
records, and lon^j and persistent etToit to obtain inf. ■r!i..ui...n fn.ni u!her source.-, h-i- 
been unavailing. 



PECK GENEALOGY- -SIXTH GENERATION. 53 

ivMiiovod from Lyme to Conway, Mass., in 1789, and from Con- 
v.;.y to Phelps, jS". Y., in 1804. 

[108.] 4. SDIEOX, b. Jan. 3, 17GG ; said to have m. 

l..;i:nj)]iere, and to liave lived and d. in Deerfield, Mass. 

[109.] 5. ANDEEVv , b. Peb. 2, 1768 ; said to have been m. 
•,:id to have d. in one of the 'Western States. 

[410.] 6. JOHX 3I00EE, (1031) b. Feb. 1, 1770; m. Abi- 
.::iil Pratt, about 1797, and d., in Bethany, X. Y., in Sept. 1831, 
'•' which place he had removed from Lyme, in 1830. 

[411.] 7. HULDAH, b. Aug. 31, 1772; m. Elisha Rice and 
i.'id daughters, Phehe and Betsey. 

[412.] 8. WILLIAM, b. July 18, 1774, and d., unm., in 
hyrae, about 1794. 

[113.] 9, ELISHA, b. 3Iay 16, 1777, and d., umn., in Lyme, 
'ti-out 1820. 

[414.] 10. TI310TH Y, (1045) b. Aug. 15, 1779 ; m. 1. Cath- 
••ritie Smith, Sept. 18, 1805, who d. April 30, 1833 ; m. 2. 
Mohitable Smith, who d. 3Iarch 19, 1843, and m. 3. Betsey 
Brockway, who d. Xov. 6, 1845. He was for 30 or 40 years 
a Deacon of the Church in Lyme, and d. there March 14, 1851. 

• HILDREN OF DANIEL PECK (154) AND JERUSHA, Kl.S WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[415.] 1. ELISHA, b. Feb. 3, 1766, and d., unm., in Lyme, 
>-pt. 7, 1774. 

[416.J 2. JERUSHA, b. Jan. 1, 1768 ; m. Benjamin Crosby 
'jud d., in Ellington, Conn., 3Iarch 8, 1852. 

[417.] 3. DxiXIEL, (1050) b. Oct. 21, 1769 ; m. Persis Ladd, 
•»f Stafford, Conn., was a physician and d., in Stafford, Conn., 
Ai'vil 20, 1828. 

[418.] 4. RUTH, b. Sept. 19, 1771 ; m. AV^lliam Crowell and 

f''-, in Rome, 0., June 16, 1856. 
[419.] 5. EZEKIEL, (1065) b. Dec. 11, 1773; m. Lucina 
f Clark and d., in East Haddam, Conn., Dec. 24, 1831. Ilis wife 
'-•ran. 13, 1867, aged 85. 

I 



51 PECK GEXP:AL0GY— SIXTH GEXEU.VTIJN. 

- [420.] C: ASEXATH, b. Aug. 7, ITTT ; m. Lliol Parker {in-i 
d., in East Iladdam, Conn., Se])t. 5, 1817. 

- [421,] 7. CLMUSSA, b. Jan. 12, 1780, and d., pnm., in Staf- 
ford, Conn., Xot. 27, 1825. 

OIILDREX OF JEDEDIAIT PECK (173) AND TAKITIIA, HIS WllH, 
ALL" BORX IX LYME, COXX. 

[422.J 1. IIEPSIBAII, b. June 27, 1774 ; ni. Abid Sill, ^lardi 
9, 170G, and d., in Burlington, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1860. 

[423.] 2. POLLY, b. Xov. G, 177<3 ; m. David Wiliard, Jan. 
7, 1802, and d., in Otisco. X. Y., June, 22, 1850. 

[424.] 3. ELIJAH, b. Aug. 29, 17^0, and d., in Lyjiie, Coi.-n., 
Sept. 20, 1780. 

[425.] 4. ELIJAH, again, (1070) b. Oct. 1, 1781 ; ni. Claris.<{. 
Bates, Jan. 22, 1807, and d., in SbeilJeld, 0., .June 7, 1840. 

- [426.]" 5. PETER, (lOM) b. Xov. 12, 1783 ; m. Sarah Col- 
gTove, Marcli 5, 1809, and d., in Monroe, 0., A]uil 8, 1^26. 

[427.] 6. AXXA, b. May 27, 1786, and d., unni., in Burling- 
ton, X. Y., Aug. 8, 1815. 

[428.] 7. JEDEDIAH, (1090) b. May 19, 1788 ; ra. Sarah 
Peck, widow of his brother, Peter, and d., in Frederick, 0., 
March 8, 1844. 

CHILDHEX OF ELISHA PECK (180) AXD OLIVE, HIS WIFE. 

J [429.] 1. WILLIAM E., (1091) b. in East Haddani, Conn., 
Sept. 5, 1786 ;• m. KuaTnah Huntley, Feb. 22, 1809, and, in 18G5, 
was living in Spring Prairie, Wis. 

[430.J 2. LUTHER P., b. in East Haddam, Conn., Juu^ 19, 
1788, and d., unni., in Ypsilanti, 3Iich., Feb. 19, 1851. 

[431.] 3. JOSEPH II.. (IIO(J) b. in East Haddam, Conn., 
Aug. 5, 1790 ; rn. Sojihara Churchill, in 1821, and d., in Y{)si- 
lanti, Mich., Feb. 15, 1849. 

[432.] 4. AXXA G., b. m East Haddam, Con a., Sept. 15, 
1792 ; m. Amos Graham, in 1812, and d., in Tully, X"^. Y., Jui> 
23, 1827. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SIXTH GENERATION. 55 

[433.] 5. ELIZAFjETH L., b. in East Haddani, Conn., March 
0, 1795, and d., nnm., in Burlington, X. Y., Maxell 15, 1813. 

[434.] 6. OLIVE L., b. in East Haddam, Conn., July 7, 1797 ; 
m. Ei-<hraim Huntington, in 1828, and d., in Burlington, Wis., 
.}an. IT, 18G1. 

[435.] 7. ELISHA, (L102) b. in Canaan, Conn , Oct. 3, ISW; 
in. Olive Bailey, Xov. 6, 1826, and, in 1SG9, was living in Vic- 
tor, X. Y. 

[436.] 8. BEXJAMIX, (1105) b. in Canaan, X. Y., Feb. i^8, 
1S03 ; m. 3Iary Alby, in 1826, and, in 1865, was living in Dela- 
ware, 0. 

[437.] 9. LOIS, b. in Burlington, X. Y., 3Iay 21, 1805 ; m. 
Isaac X. Green, in Oct. 1832, and, in 1861, was living in Lon- 
; don, Midi. 

[ ' ' [438.] 10. ASA, b. in Burlington, X. Y., Feb. 8, 1808, and 
[ d., unm., in Ypsilanti, 31icli., Jan. 17, 1812. 
I [439.] 11. SILAS, (1113) b. in Burlington, X. Y., June 10, 

1811 ; m. 3Iary Rappler, Dec. 29, 1833, and d,, in BurlingTou, 
Wis., April 23, 1865. 

\ CHILDREN OF DAN PECK (190) AND LOVINA, HI.? WIFE, ALL 
I BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

j [440.] 1. LEMUEL, b. Oct. 29, 1787, and d., in Lyme, June 

I IT, 1788. 

f [441.] 2. SILAS, (1118) b. -May 8, 1789; m. Abby Cutting, 

1 Oct. 28, 1810, who d. :March 10, 1865 ; settled in Pittsfield, X. 

I Y., and d. there Sept. 7, 1864. 

I [442.] 3. EDWARD C, (1127) b. Oct. 20, 1T90 ; m. Lovisa 

I Chapin, Jan. 11, 1818; settled in Xew Lyme, 0., and d. there 

I I)''c. 20, 1866. 

I [443.] 4. AXSEL, b. Sept. 23, 1T92, and probably d. many 

', y^-ars since unm., in the vrestern part of the State of Olao. 

\ [444.] 5. POLLY, b. June 15, 1801 ; m. Elias Brockway, 

( ^'-i'l, in 18T0, was living in the State of Michigan. 

I [^45.] G. LYMAX, (1134) b. June 18, 1S03; m. Laura E. 

I Browii, Xov. 2, 1830, and, in 18T0, was living in Xew Lvme. 0. 



56 PECK GEXEALOGY— SIXTH GKNKiCATK'X. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL GRIFFIN PECK (191) ANB ZlPPOl^AH, 11].- 
WIFE, ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[140.] 1. WILLIAM ])., (113G) L. Se]>t. 11, 1791; in. Z;).- 
por?}! Minor, Sept. 12, 181G, who d. Oct. 3, JSGo. nvA, iu 18V0, 
was living in Fairfield, Iowa. 

[447 .] 2. JOSIAH J., (1115) b. Jan. 31, 1793; m. Bet^.y 
Bognl, who d. Oct. 14, 1^(33. He had d. in Coh-Lroo):, 0., Oct.. 
25, 1849. 

[448.] 3. SUSAXXAII, b. Aug. 17, 1794 : n^. Calvin Kuo^vl- 
ton, May 28, 1812, and, in 1870, was living in :\Iorgan, 0. 

[449.] 4. BETSEY, b. 3Iarch 27, 179G ; ju. Eli An-lrews. 
and, in 1870, was lining iu Bloonnugdah^, iiich. 

[450.] 5. LOYISA, b. July 5, 1798; m. Selden llunt'oy and 
d,, in l^eaver, Iowa, May 18, 1868. 

[451.] 6. ELIJAH, (1149) b. March 20, ISnO ; m. Parny 
Hubbai-d, Alaroh 27, 1822, and, in 187' >, was living iu JS'.i.v 
Lynio, 0. 

[452.] 7. SA31UEL G., (1159) b. Feb. 2,1802: ni. Xa-cy 
E. Canfield, Sept. 7, 1826, and, in 1875, was living in Xcw 
Lyme, 0. His wife d., in Eonie, 0., Feb. 21, 1872. 

[453.] B.SILAS, (1164) b. Feb. 19, l&Ol; m. 1. Angelii.- 
Dee, Feb. 19, 1832; m. 2. PheLe Foreman and, in 1870, WcV- 
living in New Lyme, 0. 

[454.] 9. ZIPPOPAH, b. Dec. 29, 1805, and .1., num., in 
Xew Lyme, 0., Dec. 24, 182S. 

[455.J io. MAPY AXX, b. Feb. 1, 1808 ; m. Steph.eu Archer 
and, in 1870, was living in Xew Hartford, Butler Co., Iowa, 

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL PECK, (193), .-ON Ob JA.-fl'EU FrC-K; 
(02; ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[456.] 1. A1)XER, parly emigrat'^d to .Alu.skingriu, Cwli-^rc 
he settled an<l d. many years since. X^othing further can be 
ascertained about him, or whether he had any d.:S'":en<.!ai;l.-:. 

[457.] 2. LOT, (1107) b. in 1700; m. 31rs. Pr/ily Kent, 31ay 
13, 1787; first settled in Lyme, Conn., v.dience, in 1800, h«' 
emigrated to what is nov/ West BlooL"ifi>-jd. X. Y., and fron-. 



PKCK GENEALOCY— SIXTH GENERATION. 57 

theuco, in 1822, removed to Toiuuvaiula, N. Y., \vliere he d. in 

1S37. His ^vife d. in West Bloomfield, in ,^Iay ISIO, aged 57. 
The cliristian nanies of two dauglitors, next in tlie order oi' 

I'irth, cannot be ascertained. One ni. Latiniev, ai\d 

first .settled in Lyme, Conn. Tlie other m. Saddens Miller, and 

settled and d. in Alstead, N. 11. 
[458.] 5. SrSAXNAH, b. Jan. 22, 1770 ; m. Guidon Lam- 

j'here, and sealed in Sullivan Co., X. H., wheiice, in 1815, they 

eiiiigrated to 3Iendon, X". Y., where he died. She d. in West 

Bioomfield, X. Y., April 28, 18 4f). 
[459.] G. JOILN", b. in 1772; m. Tem]'eranco Thompsou ; 

emigrated from Lyme, Conn., and settled in Ciavenee, X. Y.. 
about 1808, where his wife d. April 15, 1S20, aged 30, and 

v\hero he d. in Aug. 1843. He had three sons, viz. : Erasius, 
\>. in 1808 ; JaJm, b. in Feb. 1810, and Willia/n, all of whom 
v.-ere unm. and d. some years before the death of their fj-Uier 
He had three daughters, one b. April 14, 181G, and 'L in eight 
tlays, and Caroline and Adeline, twins, b. Aug. 11, 1819. Car- 
oline d. July 18, 1831. Adeline, in 183G, m. Benjamin Drigg'-j, 
who d. 3Iarcli 17, 1838, and she d., in Tonawanda, X^. Y., April 
8, 1847, having had, and leaving her surviving, but one clii'd, 
Leander B. Driggs, b., in Tonawanda, Feb. 15. 1«^37, who, in 
1871, was living in Virginia City, Montana Tenitory. and sup- 
posed to be unm., being the only survivor of the posterity of 
the above named John Peck. 

[4C0.] 7. PHEBE, b. in 1774 : m. John Haynes about 179f>, 
and d., at Hoosick Falls, Rensselaer Co., X. Y., Oct. 19, l&oU. 
[461.] 8. PEGGY, b. in 1777 ; m. Linus Curtiss, of Grau- 
ville, Mass., and d., in Charlestov.n, 0., in 1833. 

[4G2.] 9. HAPRIS, (1174) b. Oct. 28, 1770 ; left Lyme, 
Conn., about 1795, accompanying th<- early settlers of VIi'<l 
Bloomlield, X\ Y., where he also settled and resided until 
1834, when he removed and settled in Wellington, 0., and d. 
there Feb. IG, 1836. He vras ihrice marrh-d. He m. 1. Je- 
i"u.sha Gates, in West Bioomfield, v,ho d. there Dec. 21, 1811, 
aged 33 ; m. 2. ^Marv Wiil^s hi \Kc<i Bioomfield, who d. tliere 



68 PECK CKNEALOGY — PIXTII GENEllATK )X. 

Jan. 22, 1813, aged 23, and m. 3. Joauah Bcckwilli, in LynH', 
Conn., who, in 1871, was living- in Wcllingion, 0. 

[-iGS.J 10. WAITSTJJ.L, b. July 11, 17^5; ni. Joseph L-av- 
ens, Sept. G, 1801, and d., in Lansingluu-gh, X. Y., Aug, 2:\ 
1851. Ilor son, Jo-scphus P. Lcarr/is, was living tlioro in l.'^'Ji*. 

CHILDKEN OF JASPER PECK (194) AND PlIEBE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BOllN IX LYME, COXX. 

[IG-t.] L. PALMER, b. Dec. 18, 17G5, and d., in Lyme, 3I-iy 
5, 17G8. 

[4G5.J 2. CLAEK, (1185) L. Jan. 7, 17G7 ; m. CaToHn- Uall 
Jan. 18. 1797, and d., in West Blooinfield, X. Y., Jan. 27, 18:^5. 
wliei'e he had settled in 1790. His wife <]., in "West Lloomlield, 
May 11, 1870, aged 90. 

[46G.J 3. PAL3IER, again, (1192) b. ^laiolj 27, 1708 ; in. 
Clarissa Douglass, wdio d. March 20, 1825. Re d., in West 
Bloomfipld, X. Y., X^ov. 20, 1843. 

[4G7.] 4. JASPEE, b. Atig. 5, 17G9, and d., unm., in Vresr. 
Bloonifield, X. Y., in 1849. 

[4G8.J 5. DUDLEY, b. Xov. 30, 1770, and d., in Lynw. 
Conn., July 26, 1785. 

[4G9.] 6. OLIVEP, (1200) b. July 20, 1774 ; ni. Amy L.e. 
Aug. 29, 1797, and d., in Lyme, Conn., Tvlay 8, 1815. liis witV 
d., in Sheffield, 3Iass., March 20, 1854. 

[470.] 7. PHEBE, b. Aug. 28, 1778 ; m. Joseph Chadwlck, 
June 13, 1799, and d., in ^Vest Bloomtield, X'". Y., .•^-prii is, 
1865. 

[471.] 8. ELIZABETH, b. Oct. 21, 1780 ; m. James Giii.:it. 
in Xov. 1798, and d., in West Bloomfiold, X". Y., Scj.t, 9, 184.0. 

[472.] 9. 3IA1TI1EW, (1201) b. Jun.3 4, 17^:3 ; m. L ,>is Hull, 
Sept. 18, 1808, and d., in Xew York city, Feb. 17, 1>-2:k 

[473.] 10. RICHAPD SEAPS, (1207) b. Se],t. 22, I7.>1 ; i) 
Pliebe Hunting, June 24, 1812; was a physician and d., in 
Chatliam, X. Y., July 3, 1827. 

[474.] 11. AXX, b. Dec. 20, 1788 ; m. Gurdon Claik, Aug. 
2, 1809, and d., in West Blooniliold, X. Y., S^q.i. 5, IMs, 



PECK GEXEALOGY— >^IXTH GENEUATION. 59 

. ,!II.DUEX OE REYNOLD EECK (lOG) AND DEBORAH, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[175.] 1. AXNIE, b. Jan. 24, 1TC5 ; nx. Gurdoii Lewis, in 
jT^5; resided in 3Iarlo\v, X. II., where she d. May 28, 1S5S. 

[470.] 2. IIAXXAII, b. April 13, 17(37 ; m. Alleu Smith and 
,!.. ill West ]>]ooniiie]«l, X". Y., Jan. 25, 1803. 

[477.] 3. JOIIX^ SEARS, (1210) b. 3Iay 13, 1700 ; ni. Bet- 
-•V Ivice anil si'tth'd in West Llouniiield, in 1702, wlieie lie d. 
Oct. 23, 1813. 

[478.] 4. BETTIE, b. Dec. 20, 1771 : m. 1. SJiadrach Gillett, 
liud m. 2. Joseph King, and d., in l)('tr(,)it, 3]ich., X"ov. 15, 1817. 

[479.] 5. THOMAS, (1215) b. .Alay 23, 1774; m. Sarah j)em- 
i!j<T and d., in Lima, X^. Y., Sept. 28, 1843. 

[480.] G. WATllOUS, (1224) b. April 14, 1777 ; m. 1. Betsey 
IkiII, Sept. 3, 1804 ; m. 2. Paulina Rexford, in Sept. 1829 ; re- 
moved from Lyme, Conn., to West Biooniiield, in 1709, where 
he settled and d. 3Iarch 23, 1802. 

[481.] 7. GEORGE, (1232) b. 3Iarch 2(5, 1780 : m. 3Iartha 
Dimion and d., in West Bloomfield, X"". Y., April 25, 1849. 

[482.] 8. ABXER, (1238) b. Oct. 15, 1782; m. Maria Taft 
au.l d., m West Bloomlield, X. Y., 3Lay 20, 1843. 

[483.] 9. SARAH, b. Aug. 21, 1780 ; m. 1. Isaac Champlin, 
Feb. 20, 1805 ; m. 2. Erastns Bennett, Feb. 20, 1817, and d., in 
Batavia, X. Y., Oct. 19, 1807. 

[484.] 10. REYXOLD, (1241) b. Xov. 7, 1790 ; m. Xancy 
Wheelock and d., in Canandaigua, X\ Y., Xov. 20, 1849. In 
1840 he was a representative of Ontario county, in the Legis- 
lature of the State of X^ew York. 

^ CHILDREN OF LEHBEUS PECK (198) AND LYDIA, Hl.S WIFE, ALL 
HORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[485.] 1. CATIIARIXE, b. April 20, 1785 ; m. Dan Tinker, 
I of Lyme, Conn., and d. there x\ug. 14, 1832. 
t [486.] 2. MARY, b. Fob. 4, 1787; m. David Caulkins, of 
I Waterford, Conn., Jan. 1, 1800, and d., in Lyme, Conn., Aug. 
21, 182S. 

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GO PECK GEXEALOu. - -i-:TII GKXFllATMX. 

[487.] 3. STEPIIEX L., (1251) b. Feb. 14, 17U1 ; in. Di,: , 
Mclntyiv, of Sprin<:-lield, 3Iass., Nov. 20, 1820, and d., in Ia-i.,.. 
Conn., Oct. 13, 1857. She d., in Saybrook, 111., Ang. 21, 1.^7;^ 

[488.] 4. 31EH1TABLE, b. Feb. 14, 1701, and d., num., i;. 
Lyme, Conn., Xov. 13, 1830, 

CHILDREN OF .TOHX PECK (201) AXl) REBECCA, HI.^ WIFE, A LI. 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[480.] 1. STEPPIEN, b. Dec. 20, 1775 : m. 1. Elizabeth John- 
son, Aug. 23, 1801, who d. Nov. 3, 1803 ; m. 2. Ann W. Gra-u. 
May 15, 1806, and d., in Brooklyn, >s\ Y., July 5, 1847. lb- 
had no cliildi-en. 

[490.] 2. LUCY, b. Aug. 10, 3778 ; m. 1. Jeremiah Osbo::.. 
May 4, 1802; m. 2. Rev. Lathro}. Rockwell, in Oct. 1820, aii.i 
m. 3. Epenetus Reed, Oct. 23, 1832, and d., in Coxsackie, X. Y.. 
July 29, 1863. 

[491.] 3. ELLSHA, b. Feb. 25, 1781 ; and d., unm., in Kiuii>- 
ton, Jamaica, Jan. 29, 1802. 

[492.] 4. CLARINE, b. March 9, 1785 : m. Anthony Van 
Bergen, of Coxsackie, N. Y., April 19, 1806, and d. theiH 0<:?. 
30,1872. 

[493.] 5. JOIIX, (125.5) b. Aug. 8, 1787 : ni. 1. 31ary L-.' 
Harriman, July 13, 1814; m. 2. Mary Gold, in Oct. 1821, and 
d., in Brooklyn, X. Y., Oct. 20, 1856. 

[494.] 6. SETH S., (1200) b. Aug. 23, 1700; m. Sarah Lay. 
in vSept. 1814, and d., in St. Augustine, Florida, July 5, 1841. 

[495.] 7. CHARLES L., (1265) 1). June 22, 1794 ; m. Hannai' 
Augusta Mitchell, of Groton, Conn., June 30, 1819. He il, i:' 
Lyme, Conn., Jan. 16, 1877, residing and having resided upon 
the same X)remisos which were the homestnad of his ancestor, 
Joseph Peck, (4) more than two centuries ago. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL GILES PECK, (205) ALL BORN IN LVMK- 
CONN. 

[496.] Xotliing is found on the Lyme town records relaliug 
to the descendants of Samuel (riles Peck, (205) anrl pejsisteut 



I'ECK GKNEALOGY— SIXTH CJE>'EHATIOX. Gl 

' rt 10 gain cloiiuite informatiou from his kindred and other 
. ,!i-es has been unavailing. It is said llial he had childrpii 
, .^t- names were Lucinda, Mary, Fcniitie, ^Saiunel. Frasicr 
'.-.A Pdcr. 

ciiildhex of ezka peck (20G). 

[107.] The Lyme town records furnish no account of the 
: -cendants of Ezra Peck (206). lie is said to ha%'e had chil- 
;rtMi whose names were Mary, Eleazer, Ann, who m. Stephen 

"iiwyer, Curtis, who m. Bramble, two sons, Charles and 

"iltoinas J., residing in Lyme ; also a son, Peter, and daughters, 
y.'tscy who m. xVndrew Peck, Pliehe and io/.s-. JMany attempts 
I- acquire further information have proved ineffectual. 

illlLDKEN OF DAVID PECK (208) AND EUNICE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
EXCEPT THE OLDEST BORX AT SAND LAKE, N. Y. 

[198.] 1. ELISIIA, b. in L^ine, Conn., Jan. 28, 1787, and d., 
'mm., at Sand Lake, Jan. 24, 1811. 

[499.] 2. DAXIEL, b. Sept. 29, 1788, and d., unm., at Sand 
Lake, Aug. 20, 1834. 

[500.] 3. DAVID, b. Oct. 7, 1791, and in 1877 was living 
unm. in Albany, X. Y. 

[oOl.] 4. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 9, 1793, and d., num., at 
Sand Lake, Sept. 29, 1810. 

[502.] 5. EUNICE, b. Xov. 24, 1795, and d., unm., at Sand 
Lake, March 25, 1841. 

[503.] 6. SAMUEL, b. Oct. 9, 1798, and d., unm., at Sand 
Lake, March 12, 1813. 

[504.] 7. ABIGAIL, b. Aug. 20, 1801, and d., unm., at Sand 
Lake, in July, 1851. 

\ [505.] 8. JOIIX M., (1273) b. June 28, 1808: m. Adaline 
{ Adelia Tucker Feb. 4, 1830, and, in 1877, was living in Al- 
I I'any, X. Y. / ^ 

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62 PECK GENEALOGY— SIXTH GENEIIATIOX. 

CHILDREN OF WILLTAM PECK (209) AND jUDITH, lIIS WIVV. 
ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[5UG.J 1. liEYXOLD M., b. Marcli 21, 17SU, and i.s said lo 
liave d., uum., in 1815, in Saratoga, X. Y. 

507.] 2. FP.ANKLIX, b. Aug. 3, 1781 ; m. Bridget Si,<s.>n 
Sept. 15, 1805, and, soon afterwards, settled in Onondaga Val- 
ley, N. Y., wliere he d., about 185-4 or 1855. His cLikli'eu, all 
born in Onondaga Valley, N. Y"., were 1. Morgan, who ra. and 
settled at or near Rook Island, 111., and d. there in 185.3 ; 
2. Nathaniel ; 3. William, who at one time resided in Syra- 
cuse, X. Y^. ; 4. Hannah, b. March 4, 1811, m. Rev. Abner 
Morse, Oct. 15, 183G, and d., at Onondaga Yalley, Aug. 29, 
1842; 5. Emeline, b. in 180G, m. 1. Albert Field, of Salina, 
N. Y"., and m. 2. John Sherman, and in 1874 resided in Homer, 
Cortland Co., X. Y. ; and 6. Jaines, residing at Ottumwa, Iowa. 

The children of Hannah, all born in Onorxdaga Vaili;y, IS". 
Y., were Elijah A. Morse, now of Canton, Mass. : Albert F. 
Morse, of Sharon, Mass., and Ahiier L. Morse, now of Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 

[508.] 3. JUDITH, b. Dec. G, 1782 ; m. Reuben Smith, w lio 
resided in Ontario Co., X. Y. 

[509.] 4. NATHANIEL, b. Oct. 14, 1787. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH PECK (210) AND SARAH, HIS VriEE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[510.] 1. PHEBE, b. July 26, 1781, and d., in Lyme, ii'. 
infancy. 

[511.] 2. EZRA M., (1278) b. July 4, 1784 : m. Eunice Clark, 
in May 1808, and d., in New York city, Sept. 5, 1839. 

[512.] 3. JOSEPH, (1284) b. July 22, 1790; m. Ann Gil- 
bert, June 13, 1821, and d., in Lyme, in 1825. 

[513.] 4. WILLIA3I, b. Oct. IG, 1792, and d., in Lyme, 
Sept. 3, 1794. 

[514.] 5. FANNY, b. April IG, 1795 ; m. Thomas Chadv.lrk, 
Oct. 17, 18G1, and in 1870 was living in Lyme, Conn. 



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I 

PECK GENEALOGY — SIXTH GENERATION. 03 

^ ClIILDKEN OF AZAKIAH PECK (213). 

^ [:,15.j 1. DA^^IPJL, (1285) 1). in 1792, iu Sharon, X. Y., v.as 

jilivsician, and J., in Jack.son, 3lich., Jan. 19, ISoO. 
li is said that A/aiiali Peck (213) had U\o otlier sons, Wu- 
:,aiii and JostjJi, and seven daULi liters, Polhj, Electa, Behecca, 
yjizaheth, Lucretia, Luoinda, and JerusJia, but all eltorts to 
(.btain farther information concerning them or their descend- 
ants have been imsiiccessful, except that his daughter Polly 
VA. Dexter Peck, who, in 1S07, settled in llarrisburgh, Le%Yi3 
. Co., N. Y. 

\ <'HLDRE>> OF DANIEL PECK (2 L4) AND BETSEY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
I KORN IN LYME, CONN. 

\ [516.] 1. WILLIAM. 

I [517.] 2. DAXIEL. 

I It is said that one of these sons died yonng, and that tlie 

I other was last heard of many years since as residing in the 

I western part of the State of Xew Y^'ork. 

J CHILDREN OF MATHER PECK (217) ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[518.] 1. LUCY, b. May 5, 1772 ; m. .Martin Smith, and 
I d., in Big Flats, X. Y. 

I [519^] 2. POLLY, b. March 12, 1774, and d. unm., in West 
\ Bloomiield, N. Y., in 1859. 

! [520.] 3. JOSEPH, (12SG) b. April m, 177G ; m. Anna 
t Keed, Feb. 7, 1799, and d., in Lyme, July 4, 1838. 
I [521.] 4. ESTHER, b. Oct. 17, 1778, and d., nnm., in Lyme, 
k in 1806. 

I [522.] 5. ABBY, b. Feb. 4, 1781 ; m. Jesse Taft, and d., in 
I W. Bloomfield, in 1855. 

I [523.] 6. MIRIAM, b. Sept. 9, 1783 ; m. Joel C+odfrey, and 
I d., in W. Bloomfield, in 1819. 

I [524.] 7. MATHER, (1288) b. Jan. 12, 1780 ; m. Julia Ann 
I Comstock, Sept. 20, 1813. He settled in Bethany, X. Y., in 
I 1808, where he d. March 16, 1872. 



04 PECK GENEALOGY — ^^IXTII GEXKUATION. 

[525.] 8. DAVID II., (129o) b. Aug-. 20, 1787 ; m. Ilaiiii,- :. 
S. Caiilkins, of Xtnv LoDclon, Conn, lie emigrated from Lyn!' 
iu 1812, and a., in 3Iiddk'io\\u, 0., July 18, 1870. llLs wif.. 
had d. there, Aug. 14, 18(ill, aged 73. 

[526.] 9. JERUSHA, b. Jmie 1, 1791, and d., unm., iu 
Bethany, N. Y., in 1821. 

[527.J 10. JESSE, (1308) b. Feb. G, 1791; m. Ascnath 
Huntley in 1819, and d., in Lyme, Oct 28, 1850. 

[528.] 11. XAXCY, b. in Dec, 1798, and d., iu Lyme, i- 
Jan., 1801. 

[529.] 12. RUAMA, b. July 12, 1800 ; m. John 3Iarviu, anl 
d., in Bethany, X. Y., Oct. 15, 1826. 

CniLDEEX OF WILLIAM PECK (218) ALL BORN IX PROVIDENCE, N.J. 

[530.J 1. GEORGE C, b. Feb. 13, 1780, and d. at sea un- 
married. 

[531.] 2. WILLIA31, b. Dec. 22, 1.781 ; m. Bet«ey Philip.:, 
and d., in Providence, R. L, Feb. 9, 1832. 

[532.] 3. ELIZA, b. X'ov. IG, 1783, and d., unm., iu Provi- 
dence, R. I., Jan. 15, 1856. 

[533.] 1. PASCAL P., b. Oct. 13, 1786, and d., unm., at se:., 
ofl' Sandy Hook, by casualty, while on board of the brig Xiui- 
rod, April 5, 1812. He was in the U. S. Xa\ y during the ^var 
with Tripoli, and was one of the select few wlio crossed tut/ 
desert of Lybia in company with Gen. Eaton, and attacked 
and captured the city of Derne. 

[534.] 5. JOHX M., b Xov. 5, 1788, and d., unm., in New 
York city, Jan. 12, 1823. 

[535.] G. ABBY ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 15, 1790, and <!., 
unm., m Providence, R. I., Sept. 30, 1875. 

CHILDERN OF MATTHEW PECK (220) AND POLLY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[536.] 1. :\IEUITABLE, b. Sept. 22, 1783; m. Xathani'l 
Clark, May 28. 1802, and d., in Linui, X. Y., Oct. 10, 1862. 



I'ECK GE>.'EAL()UY--SEVKXTII UEXEIIATJ* -N. 05 

','.')7-J 2. 3IAKY, b. in 17S5, and d., uiiin., in Lijii;,., N". Y,, 

."isu. 

:,;;b.] 3. BEN.TA.-MIX K., (l:]l->) 1.. Dec. G, 17.^;S ; m. .1. 
.\Mi;i (Tiillin, in IMO, nud m. 2. J^nily lU-od, in Sept. 183:3, 
, i d. in Eo(dio;.ter, X. Y., in J)oc. 1855. 
:.-;;!;.] 4. LUCY, h. Aug. 12, 1700, and d., in Lyin.", ^lay 1, 

•.VIO.] 5. ^V1LLIA3I, (1321) b. Jan. 14, 1792; m. Marietta 
(.'•ill, July 8, 1827, and d., in W. Bloomfield, X. Y., Oct. 10, 
1^50. 

[511.] 6. IIE:>:RY, b. in Aug., 1794, and d., in Saratoga, 
.V. Y., in Aug., 1803. 

■ IHLDKEN ()F RICHARD PECK (221) AND ELIZABETH, }U< WIFE, 
ALL LORN IN LY3IE, CONN. 

i. 

I ! 512.] 1. "XATllAXIEL, b. Jan. 24, 1784 ; m. 3Iartlia Cliad- 

j ■•• i<-k, and d., in Betliany, X'. Y., Dec. 15, 1812. He had no 

j 'hiMron. 

j [543.] 2. RICHARD, (1332) b. Feb. 5, 1786; m. Catharine 

j ibvj»e Conistock, win. (L July 8, 1801, and he d., in Dethany, 

J May 10, 1857. He removed from Lyme and settle.l in D^thany, 

I. N'. Y., in 1808. 

i 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF .JOHN PECK (222) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE. 

[514.] 1. SA3IUEL, b. in (rreenwich, Conn., iii 1705, and 

'^ tJM-ro iji 17'V^. 

I [515.] 2. JOEL, (1313; b. in Gre^ nwich. Conn., Dec. 2, 1707 : 
i -i. 1. Huldah 3Iun;rer, who d. in 1807; m. 2. Mercy Couch, 
s -^i'l-il 23, 1808 ; was on»- of tin; earliest settlers, as a fanner, in 
; >^'n-Nvich^ Chenango Co., X. Y., in 1792, and d. tijere Fel;. 16, 
^^52. His second wife d. there Aul;-. 9, 1855 



C6 PECK GEXEALUCJY — .SEVENTH CIENKJ^A TluN. 

[5-lG.] 3. SAliAll, b. ill Grooiiwich, Conn.. D^c. 1, 170'.': 
m. 1. Dauici Fisher, of Anicnia, X. Y., April 15, 1T8H, ami, i.. 
1V90, emig-rated from Anionia to Xorwicli, X. Y. Jlo ui<'ii in 
tlie adjoining town of Plymouth, X. Y., .Det;. ii), lb:2('. nni 
July S, 182S, she m. 2. William I'eri'ington ; and, lie havii,.' 
d., she, Aug. 20, 1839, m. 3. IVtor Cole, and d. in i'iynv.uth, 
Aug-. 20, 1847. Her cliildren, all by lu-r first liusbaiul, \vcv.» 
1. PoUi/, h. Aug. 13, 1789 ; m. Lyman Cook ; 2. Thuiirp^uu ({., 
b. Xov. 20, 1792; 3. Ikchcl, h. Aug. 3, J.795, and m. Iia 
Eider; 4. r!>cbe, b. Aug. 15, 1798; m. Benjamin ri;elj>s ; 5. 
Cah-in, b. 3Iay 1-1, l&Ul : G. John, b. Marcli 20, ]8ill ; 7- 157/- 
bur, b. ])ec. 7, 1807, and 8. >8'«//// Maria, b. Def. 7, l^'^dJ; wh ' 
m. William AValker, and who res^ided in Slier])urnp, Ch.-naug>> 
Co., X. Y. 

[547.] 4. 3IARY% b. in Greenwicli, Conn., Oct. 28, 1771 ; u^ 
David Wilbur, Dec. IG, 1790, and d., in Smyrna, X. Y., S> pt. 
14, 18G2. Her husband, bom Xov. 12, 1771, d. thiuv Yvh. 2, 
18G5. She had children, 1. Thompson, b. Feb. J3, T7i*2 : 2. 
Sally, b. July 31, 1794 ; m. 1. David Calkins, and m. 2. Johr. 
Miller ; 3. Smyth, b. Feb. 17, 1797 ; 4. Maria, b. July n. 179'j. 
and m. Elizur Grave.s : 5. German, b. Dec. 2i), 1801 ; 0. 
i^/wa??, b. 3Iay 12, 1804 ; 7- Cynthia, b. IMarcli 20, 1812. ;iua 
m. Sidney Purdy ; 8. Piatt, b. Feb. 27, I8l5, and 9. Miu^s, b. 
July 17, 1818. 

[548.] 5. PHEBE, b. in Stanford, X. Y., Aug. 10, 1774 ; 
m. Job Loper, Oct. 2, 1790, and d. in Smyrna, X. Y., Jiily 31. 
1857. She had children, 1. Sarah, b. Aug. 24, 1797, and 'l. ii'- 
infancy ; 2. Phehr, b. 3Iarch 19, 1799, and m. DudU-y l^'iiu'tt : 
3. Joel, b. Aug. 29, 1804, and 4. J^et.sey J{., b. j]:iy<h VA, IrOh 
and m. Tunis Blanlierry. 

[540.] G. STEPHEX, b. in Stanford, X. Y.. in O-.t. 177<'5. 
and d. there in Dec. 1777. 

[550.] 7. STEPHEX XOPTHRUP, (135.'^.;]'. iu Stauf.'rd, 
X. Y., May 14, 1778 ; m. 1. Lydia Philips, Doc. 4, J^oii, uiil 
m. 2. Clari.ssa Hobart, Oct. 3, 184'.) ; \v'd>^ a fai'me»', and '■.n<' ei 



PECK GEXExVLOaY — SEVJ^NTH GE-Nl'.llATlON. OV 

..• lirst settlers of the town of Solon, X. Y., about the year 

- II), and d. thei-e Aug-. 17, lJ?74, in the 97tli year of liis age. 

11 H excelleul judgment, cheerful and genial characteri.sties, 

.•rung common sense, and agreeable manners, secured the 

|, .j,.'oial respect and estoeui of all who knew him. 

I [,751.J 8. JOIIX, (J;5G:]) b. in Stanford, X. Y., Sept. 11, 

I 17>>0; went witli his father to tlie Chenango Valley, in 171'5, 

f Mid there m. Sarah Ferris, dau. of Israel Ferris, Aug. 20, 1801. 

I He early commenced preaching, and, in 1S04, settled in Caze- 

!;.ovia, X. Y., as a l^aptist Minister, and resided liiere u])lil his 
■ircease. A connneiaorative notice of him, and :■ i,)rief ficcoujit 
I nf his ministerial career, will be found in Vol. VI, 431 to 4oS 
I '>i Sprague's Annals of the American Pulpit. 11^; was a d.is- 
I fiuguished mildst^']• of his denomination, among the foremost 
I- i:i its religious and benevolent enterprises, arid eminent for 
F i.is devotion to pastoral duty, his fervid eloquence, and his 
(.•onservative theological tendencies. His wife, b. 3Iay 7, 1784, 
<!., in Cuzeuovia, Sept. 21, 1847, and he d. Dec. 15, 1849, in 
Xew York city, being there on a temporary visit. 

[552.] 9. X ATI! AX, (13G9) b. in Milan, X. Y., Jan. 27, 1783 ; 
la. Sally Beebe, dau. of Ephi-aim Beebe, Feb. 29, 1804 ; first 
^''ttled in Chenango County, wliither he went with his fathei 
i:i 1795, ami was ordained as a Baptist minister in July, 1814. 
Though devoting considerable attention to farniiug, lie dis- 
charged his official dtities for many years with much ability 
find acceptance. His wife d., at South Bend, Ind., April 8, 
1^5G, and lie d., at Cortlandville, X. Y., April 0, 1872. 
} [553.] 10. 13ETSEY, b. in Milan, X. Y., April 1, 1780 ; m. 
•lohn X'ash, June 4, 1804, wlio d. in Sherburiie, X. Y., Jtdy 2, 
b^-20, aged 39, and siie d., in the adjoining town cf Smyrna, 
-V. Y., Xov. 4, 1825. Slie had children, 1. Ctlhrn, b. June 22, 
. 1^00 ; d., unm., in J 843 ; 2. Northrirp, b. A].ril 2, l-'i)-^ ; ']., at 
i J'^li/abeth, 111., in 1S54: 3. Phr.I,r, h. Aj.ril 10, 1^10: m. h'rahk- 
I Hu Crosby, and d., in llockford. 111., in 1841 ; 4. Daring A., h. 
I ^larch 4. 1812; m. Ann Rebecca Peck (1507), and d., in JJes 



ALoiiie^, Iowa, alx-ut ]nGn; 3. .^a//// J//,^ 1.. :,i;,v^]i IL ;i> ' ; : 
111, Xathavi P. C'olwell, [iii<], in K^-TO, was Ih iug in ilepul'Iie, (•.. 
G. Johj/, b. July 11, ls]n, Mul, 'iji 1^70. \va^ living i)i Li. . 
Moines, lov.a ; 7. Ahnii-ii, ]•>. Aiu'il '\'^-, 1'S17 ; lu. Jaiiif.'S Sissi.n, 
and a., at llockloi-a, III., in \^l± an-I >^. J >dui.Af,. b. .luly i'. 
ISIU ; in. CharJrs W. Pa-'o, and, in iS70, was liviii- in Om-i:.. 
Nebraska. 

CHJLDKEX OF IIEATJI PECK (2;13) AND liAC'Hl-L, ilfS vriFE, Al.I. 
EUKN IN l:j{i:ii;nwich, COXX. 

[554.] 1. SARAH, b. in 1775; in. 1. L.-vis Jones: m. i) 
Zebediali J'ayior, and d., in Youkcn-s, X. Y., Anu. 17, l^'5i. 

[555.] '2. J A3IES, (1380) b. P.-c 13, 1777 ; ni. Ib'mi.rdi P.^k 
(308), 3ia} 2;J, 1^03, and d., in X.av Haven. Conn., Pe-j. '^. l^iii. 

[o5G.] 3. liEATli, (138 !) b. in Ai-i-ib 1779 ; ni. S:dly Kuiclu 
May 25, 1801, and d., in Sclu-liarie, X. Y., Sopt. S, 1820. 

CHILDKEX or ABIJAII PECK (227) AND MI XD WELL, IU< vrUT- 

TJIE FIKST FOUK BORN L\ (iALWAV, X. Y., THE 

OrnEllS IX CLll'TON I'AEK, X. Y. 

[557.] 1. ABIOfAIL, b. Nov. 28, 17^5: ni. William lliuly. 
and d., in I'enfii Id, N. Y., in .June, 1818. 

[558.] 2. PUTH, b. .March 10, 1788; in. Andrew E\u :-. 
and d., in Cliflon Park, 31arcli 0, I873. 

[559.] 3. NATHAN, (1380) b. J)('e. 10, I7OI ; m. Na-cy 
Kennedy, and d., in \YatervrK"t, N. Y., Mvj:. 20, 1830. 

[500.] 4. S0J.O310N C., (13S!)) b. S.>pt. 12, 1703: m. 1 
Lydia Selumber. an<l m. 2. 3L-iry Tcri.cniny, an(b in l'^77, '•' -^ 
living ill Clifton i^irk, N. Y. 

[501.] 5. SARAH, b. Feb. 2S, I70O : m. Rieliard Sniilli, anl 
d., in Clifion Pari:, A[.ril \2, l^!2. 

[502.] 0. ABIJAH, (130^) 0. May 2^), 1798; m. 1. Ciivuli:.'' 
Vanderburgh, and m. 2. .lam' \\.i-y-^[, and d., in Clift..).'! Pari-:- 
Feb. 22, 1S50. He was ;i i-ci.rrs.jiOiiiv.' i'l.nn Saratoga CouM'. 
in the New York Leoi.^lat urt; in I'-Hl. 



1 

\ PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH (JENEUA'l'ION. CO 

; [503.] 7. ELIZABETH, b. Oct. 13, 1800; m. Xohenuah G. 

I Philo, and d., in Half Moon, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1830. 

I [oGL] 8. JOHX (1403) b. July 31, 1803; m. Maiia^lont- 

[ u'oniei-y, and d., in Clifton Park, Nov. 25, 1861. His widow. 

' in 1875, was living, and resided at Saratoga S])rings, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF MOSES PECK (231) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[565.] 1. SAMUEL, (1411) 1). in 1774 ; m. Abigail Reynolds 
wlio d. April 21, 1827, aged 51 ; and lie d. in (rre^'iiwicli, Xov. 
17, 1814. 

[566.] 2. SYLVANUS, b. in 1776, and d., unin., In Greeu- 
wieli, April 20, 1818. 

CHILDREN OF AARON PECK (234) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE, AIL 
BORN IN GREENW^JCH, CONN. 

[567.] 1. DEBORAH, b. Eeb. 9, 1782; m. Solomon Ferris, 
Jr., and d., in Greenwich, Sept. 15, 1861. 

[568.] 2. PRISCJLLA, b. Jan. 20, 1783 ; m. Jolm Henning, 
June 11, 1806, being his first wife, and d., in New York city, 
June 16, 1814. 

[569.] 3. HANNAH, b. July 29, 1785 ; m. John Chapel, 
and, in 1870, was living in New York city, and has probably 
d. there. 

[570.] 4. SAMUEL, (1419) b. Nov. 11, 1786 ; m. Sarah 
Brundage and d., in North Castle, N. Y., March 2, 1829. 

[571.] 5. HENRY, b. March 4, 1800, and d. unni., in Green- 
wich, Aug. 20, 1823. 

CHILDREN OF CALVIN PECK (236) AND BETSEY, HIS WIFE, THE 

FIRST TVrO BORN IN GREENWICH, AND THE 

OTHERS IN SHAIiON, CONN. 

[572.] 1. POLLY, b. Aug. 18, 1785; m. Lutlier Challee, of 
Sharon, April 14, 1811, and d., in Sharon, Conn., April 5, 1866. 

[573.] 2. ENOCH P., (1425) b. Nov. 14, 1787; m. Mary 
Peck, (354) Nov. 7, IS 15, and d., in Sharon, Aug. 24, 1858. 
His v.-ifp d. there IMarch 28, 1866. 



70 VLCK (HiXEALOGY— SKVKNTII G K^rKl! ATKJX. 

[574.] 3. GEORGE W., (1-}2U) I). Doc. 5, 3780 : m. .I{;;!]u,,h 
Lockwood, of \VatiTlo\vii, Conn., July 2, L818, ^v]lo d. .1ini»^ '2:->. 
1844, aiid he d, in Gieeiiwieli, Conn., Jan. 25, 187". 

[575.] 4. 8ALLy, b. Oct. 7, 17'Jl ; ni. Lewis J\Tk,(:^U')) Oci. 
18, 1808, and d., in Sliaron, Conn., Sept. 10, 1871. 

[576.] 5. AMAKILLIS, b. Dec. 10, 17U1, and d. unm., iu 
Shavon, Conn., Nov. 8, 1828. 

[577.] 0. BETSEY, b. Jan. 29, 1797 ; m. Jolm Wells, of 
Amsterdam, X. Y., Jan. 18, 1818, and was living there in 1877. 

[578.] 7. LAURA, b. Dec. 19, 1798 ; m. John J b-nnin-, Nov. 
G, 1844, being his tliird wife, and d., in Sharon, Conn., Au<>-. 
29, 1871. 

[579.] 8. JOIiX C, (1435) b. Oct. 14, 1800 ; ni. Sarah Van 

Loan, of Athens, X. Y., Sept. 3, 1833, and d., in Catskill, X. Y., 

Dec. 17, 1840. 

: [580.] 9. SAMUEL F., (1437) b. Dec. 7, 1802 ; ni. Laura Ann 

^•^ , E^i^iiOft^, of Sharon, Conn., Oct. 9, 1831, and d. there Sept. 3, 



■>^^-. 



CHILDREN OF LUTHER PECK (237) AND RACHEL, HiS WIl^E, ALL 
BORX IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[581.] 1. SA31UEL, (1438) b. March 25, 1799 ; m. Eliza 
Robbins who d. Jan. 17, 1875. He w^as living in New York 
city in 1876. 

[582.] 2. HULDAH, b. April 29, 1802: m. l.-^aac Weed, of 
Greenwich, Conn., and was living there in lb75, 

[583.] 3. WILLIAM, (1446) b. May 4, 1804 ; m. L} dia A. 
Lockwood, and, in 1875, was li\ing in Xorwalk, Conn. 

[584.] 4. EDWIX, (1457) b. Jan. 24, 1810; ni. ^lartha II. 
Vail and d., m Xevv York city, Sept. 14, 1801. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE WHITFIELD I^ECK, (238) ALL BORN IN 
GREENWICH, CONN. 

[585.] l. MARY R., b. Xov. 12, 1794, and d., in Greenwich, 
J.an. 39, 1802. 



PECK GrXEALDUY— ^EMCNTll LiEXEi; ATION. < .1 

;:,>(;.j 2. DAVID, 1). .laii. 15, ITDO ; lu. Yiai} }\-ck, widow 
: ills brother, Enos K., (oDO) and d., iu Madison. Ga.. in the 
rail of ISn. He had Jio ehildven. 

[ji-;.] 3. SALLY L., h. Sept. 28, 1708 ; m. George }j\>rris, 
M.iV 22, 1818, and, in ISTO, was living in Grcenwieh, Conn. 

[oSS.] -1. CHAKLES, b. Aug. 1 L, 18U() ; ni. 3Iaria Yolk, Dec. 
1)."), 1821; hi-s children d. young; and he d., in Penni,ylvania, 
-, lil.out 1830. 

I f580.j 5. HHODA K., b. Dee. 1, 1802; ni. George D. Ferris, 

f .-on of Deborah Ferris, (50?) Feb. 0, 1829, and, in 1870, was 
i living in Greenwich, Gonu. 

I [590.] 6. EXOS K., (1461) b. April 15, 1805 ; m. Mary 

\ Wateibury and d., in IMadisoii, Ga., Sept. 18, 1837. His widow 
• afterwards m. David Peck (586) and, after his death, she again 
I 111. L(^ster 3Iarkhani. 
1 
■ •;hildren of Joseph peck (243) axd mary, his avife, all 

} BOPwX IX GPtEENWICH, COXX. 

[591.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 2iJ, 1793 ; and, in 1870, was 
living num. in Gr(H?n\\ich, Conn. 
: [502.] 2. HAXXAH, b. Sept. 30, 1705 ; ni. \Yilliani Banks 
I and d., in Greenwich, Oct. 21. 1820. 

[503.] 3. JERUSHA, b. Feb. 7, 1707 ; and, in 1870, was 
living unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 

[504.] 4. xVLEXAXDEK, b. Dec. 27, 1709, and d. unm., iu 
Greenwich, Oct. 21, 1826. 

[595.] 5. MARY, b. Oct. 27, 1801 ; ju. James Lyon and d., 
iu Greenwich, Sept. 22, 1834. 
[506.] 0. CHARLES, b. April 14, 1803, and d., iu Green- 
I ^vich, Dec. 4, ]800. 

I [507.] 7. CHARLOTTE, b. 3rarch 2, 1805, and, in I87O, was 
t living unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 

I [598.] 8. JARED \\HLLLV3I, b. April 4, 1807, and d., in 
I Brooklyn, X^. Y., Sej.t. IU, 1826. 

S, b. .Tan. 14, 18] 1, and d., iu Greenv/ich, 



I [500.] 0. DARIUS 
I Oct. 15, 1826. 



72 PECK GENEALOGY— SEVENTH GENERATiO>:. 

[600.] 10. GEORGE A., (14G4) b. Xov. 28, 1313 ; m. Eli/.... 
Valentine, aud, in 1S70, was living in Gie.Mi\vic]), Conn. 

CHILDREN OF SOLOMON PECK (214) AND MAllY, lUS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[601.] 1. S0L0:M0N, (1472) b. Dec. 31, 1802 ; in. Curolin.- 
Sellick, Jnly 15, 1^29, and d., in G-reenwich, Conn., in 3L.iy 
1861. 

[602.] 2. EMELIXE, b. Dec. 29, 1805 ; m. Lenuiel Wellr 
Jan. 3, 1829, and d., in St. Catharine's, Brazil, Dec 18, 18:19. 

[603.] 3. JEDUTUAX, (1177) b. 3Iarch 17, bsi L : n.. Mary 
Jessup, Nov. 23, 1845, and, in 1870, was living in Greenwich, 
Conn. 

[601.] 4. JOHN EERRIS, b. Nov. 6, 1814; and d. unm.. 
in Greenwicli, Feb. 5, 1839. 

CHILDREN OF JESSE PECK (246) AND NANCY, HIS WIFE, TilK 

OLDEST BORN IN 'GREENWICH, CONN., THE 

OTHERS IN BEDFORD, N. Y. 

[605.] 1. MARY, b. Oct. 28, 1798 ; m. 1. Enoch Miller, aii'l 
m. 2. Abijah Harris, and, in 1861, was living in liedi'ord, X. 1. 

[606.] 2. BELINDA, b. Jan. 1, 1800 ; m. Allen Teed and d.. 
in Somers, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1853. 

[606 1-2.] 3. ALEXAN'DER, b. April 15, 1804, and, in 18(1!'. 
was living unni. in Bedford, N. Y. 

[607.] 4. JESSE, (1481) b. Oct. 3 5, 1806 ; in. Rosena EiucU 
and, iij 1861, was living in Bedford, N. Y. 

[608.] 5. JULTA, b. :\rarch 3, 1816 ; ni. Uriah Harris an i 
d., in Chicago, 111., Sc^pt. 27, 1849. 

CHILDREN OF HENRY PECK (251) AND SARAH, HIS W'li'K. 

[609.] 1. WILLIA3I K., (1482) b. in l^^iirfieia, Conu., Nov. 
29, 1795 ; in. Jane S. Contant and d., in Sing Sing, N. Y.,.li'.!ii' 
27, 1871. 

[610.] 2 CITARDES, b. in New York city, Fv.h. 18, 17^.'^- 
and d. there, uiini., June 25, 1828. 



I'E'JK GENKALOGY — SEVENTH GENEitATIOX. 73 

!0n..] 3. JULIA AXX, ].. ill Xew York city, ^lay i, 1800 ; 
la. Tiiomas George and d., in J'liiladelphia, Penn., in Doc. 1853. 

[012.] 4. MAHY, li. in AVrstport, C\.nn., :\Iareli V, 1802 ; m. 
.];im.>M Spencer and d., in Xew Yorlc city, Sept. 20, 1821. 

I013.J 5. STEPinCX F., 1). in Westpuri, Conn., 31ay 2o, 
1M)4, and d. num., in Xew York city, in Aug. 1839. 

[014.J C. DAVID .]., b. in Xew York city, Sept. 4, ISOG, and 
.1. there Oct. 4, 1807. 

iGJ5.] 7. SAJIAII E., 1.. in Xew York city in Feb. 1812 ; m. 
Tiiomas Smull and d., in. XeNv York city, Xov 25, 180G, Her 
iiu.sbaud ]iad d. tliere Xov. 2S, 18G6. 

[GIG.] «. ED3IUXD, (1490) b. in Xew York city, Feb. 10, 
1814 ; w. 3Iary Girvan, July 3, 1843, and d.,iu Carboji county, 
near White Haven, Luzerne county, I'eun., Oct. 23, 1850. 

CHILDREN' OF WILLIAM I'ECK (253) AND SARAH, HIS VriFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 



[G17.] 1. WlLLLYAt 31., b. in Oct. 1795, and d. anin., in 
Xew York city, in 1825. 

[618-] 2. 3IAEIA, b. in 1797 ; m. Peter Smitli, of Xew York 
city, and d. tliere in 1813. 

[G19.J 3. CAROLIXE, b. in X>w York city in 1799, and d. 
there the same year. 

[G20.] 4. CAIIOLIXE. again, b. X'ov. 18, 1800, and d. unni., 
I iu X^'ewtown, Long Island, X". Y., Aug. 9, 1858. 

[621.] 5. SAPAH, b. in 1S02, and was said to be living, iu 
1873, in Otsego, X. Y. 



ONLY CHILD OF ISAAC RECK (258) AND HARRIET, HIS WIFE, BORN 
IN GltEENWICH, CONN. 

[G22.] WILLIA3I JACKSOX, b. 3Iardi 12, 1^15; m. 1. 
Mary Ann Hacklenian, April 7, 1844, who d. Oct. C, 185G, and 
m. 2. SaraL Caroline Pobert.s, 3Iarcli 4, 1858, and, in 1870, was 
living in }^rook\i]le, Ind. Tie wa.^ a physician and had no 
diildreu. 



7-4 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENEP. ATIOX. 

CHILDIIEN OF STEPHEN l^EOK (257) AND CATHARINE, lllS WlVy. 

[G23.J 1. CHAllLES IJ., (U9-1) b. in New York city, ^^y:. 
21, 1817; m. Eobccca Adams, of Frauktord, renn., and, i- 
1876, \vas living in St. Louis, Mo. 

[624.] 2. JOIIX WALTER, (1503) b. Doc. 30, .1818, in Xka 
York city; tn. 1. zVnn S. Boswell, and m. 2. 3Liry Jane llvAii- 
say, and, in 1876, was li\'ing- in St. Louis. 3Io. 

[Q25.] 3. STEPIiEX S., b. in Freehold, X. J., May 1, 182ii. 
and d. thoro July 15, 1822. 

[626.] 4. CHAHLOTTJ::, b. in Freehold, X. J., Aug. 2(i, 
1821, and d. there July 16, 1822. 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS PECK (262) AND MARY, IHS WIFF, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[627.] 1. AXX, b. Jan. 4, 18U4 ; m. Alexander S. XtAMu;::. 
aLcl d. in Greenwich, April 22, 1851. 

[628.] 2. ELIZA, b. Sept. 15, 1806, and, in 1870, was livin- 
unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 

[629.] 3. WILLL\3I IL, (1507) b. Jan. 30, 1811 ; m. Mary 
Ferris, dau. of George Ferris, and d., in Greenwicli, in 1862. 

[630.] 4. SUSAX^ b. 3Iarch 9, 1814, and d., in Green wicii, 
Ang. 11, 1824. 

[631.] 5. CHAllLES, b. Xov. 22, 1817 ; rn. Phebe A. 13r(.a:l- 
way, and, in 1870, was living in Xew Y'ork city, lie has uc 
children. 

[632.] 6. STEPHEX, (1510) b. Oct. 10, 1819 ; m. Susan .\. 
Doty, Dec. 18, 1847, and d., in Greenwich, in 1862. 

[633.] 7. JOHX ALBERT, (1512) b. Sept. 28, 1824 ; in. Jan- 
A. Hobby, Oct. 31, 1847, and, hi 1870, was living in Siamfcnl, 
Conn. 

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL PECK (264) AND EXPERIENCE, HIS WiFKr 
ALL BORN IN GR}:ENWICiI, CONN. 

[634.] 1. WALTER, (1514) h. Jan. 22, 1779 ; rn. Catliariur 
Dally, dau. of Abiaham Dally, of X^nv York city, ."nd d., in 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENEltATIOX. 



x,\v York city, Marcli 11, lS3l3. His wife d., in Givciiwieli, 
\-.,\-. S, ISGD, aged S:.. 

[(;:]5.] 2. 3IARY, b. Mareli 8,1782; m. Lewis AVel>b, and 
;.. in Xew York city, 3Iarcli 9, 1835. 

[t;30.] 3. HANXAIl, b. Marcli 31, 1784, and d. unm., in 
(.ricnwicli, Conn., Feb. 27, 1800. 

[(137.] 4. CHARLOTTE, b. Feb. IG, 1787, and d. iinni., in 
Auj-''. 185(3, at Greeuwicli, Conn. 

[C38.J 5. ELIZA, b. Dec. 30, 1790 ; m. Alvan Mead, of 
(Jivcnwich, Dec. 21, 1821, and d, tliere Sept. 22, 1864. 

[039.] C. ELEXEZER, b. Sept. 20, 1793, and d. youn<^-, at 
(.Greenwich, Conn. 
[040.] 7. RALPH, (1529) b. Dec. 23, 1790 ; ra. 1. Elizabetli 
f E. Barker, Jan. 24, 182G, who d. Xov. 20, 1833, and ni. 2. Sarali 
I yi. Brown, Oct. 6, 1835, and, in 1877, was living at Miauns, 
> Fairfield county, Conn. 

i 'HILDREN OF EPUIIAIM PECK. (260) ALL BORN IN GKEEN- 
i; WICH, CONN. 

[641.] 1. FAXXY, who m. Green. 

[042.] 2. MATILDA, who m. Tliomas Mead, and d., in 
Greenwich, in Dec. 1810. Her husband d. there in July, 1827. 
I [043.J 3. CLARISSA, b. in 1783 ; m. Walter Avery, and d., 

I in Bridgeport, Conn., May 17, 1857. 

[044.] 4. WILLIAM, (1533) b. Aug. 24, 1784 ; in. 1 . Margaj-et 
Foster, and m. 2. Isal)ella Foster, and d., in X't-w York city, in 
> 1834. 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC PP:CK (270) AND REIJEL'CA, III.S WIFE. 

[645.] 1. ^\^ILLIA:.I, b. in Stamford, Conn., Feb. 9, 1790, 
and d. tht-re unm., al)0ut 1802. 

[640.] 2. MARIA, b. in Greenwich, Cmn. ; m. Refer Grant 
and d., in Xew Y''ork city, in 3Iarch 1831. 

[647.] 3. CIIAliLES, d. unm., in X^ew Orleans, La., about 
I 1842. 



7C PECK GENEALOGY— ^EVK>":il GENERA I'loN. 

[GiS.] -1. SAliAH AXN, m. J:n-es C. Evorelt nnJ d., i:. 
Xow York city, about 1842. 

[049.] 5. HEXllY, Jii. but had i.. cUildion. and d., in N-v. 
York city, about ISod. 

[650.] 0. KniKAIM, d. uum. in WilmiiL^non, :N. C. 

OXLY CHILD OF BEX.IAMEX PECK (i^7:>) AND PHHEE, Hb- Wli''. 
BOliN IN GLEXV1LL£, N. V. 

[G51.] ABKAIiA.AL (1537) b. Au^. 21,1813; m. 3lai::aivt 
Ann Ssvavt, and, in 1877, was living iu Anistcidani, N. i . 

CHILDREN OF GIDEON I'ECK (270) ANO PHEIU'., HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN MAYFlFl.l', N. Y. 

[052.] 1. PHE13E \Y., b. April 11, 1802 ; ni. Jac^b ]\iio !i. 
and, in 1861, was living- in Carroll, X. Y. 

[653.] 2. EDWARD, (1539) b. Nov. 13, 1804: ni. 1. ^biiy 
Ann llichrnond, and rn. 2. Cornelia 3Iorrill, and, in 18()1, nv;i> 
living- in Weritfield, X. Y. 

[654.] 3. ISABELLA T., b. Aiuil 0, 1807 ; i.i. William V. 
Gornea, and, in 1801, was living in iHtowa, 111. 

[655.] 4. MAEY, b. Eeb. 29, 1812 ; ni. Joim A. Stotsotu aiul. 
in 1861, was living- in Northeast, 1\miii. 

[050.] 5. SA31UEL, b. Feb. 12, bsl4, and d., in Mayli.M. 
N. Y., March 22, 1821. 

[657.] 6. HARVEY, (1547) b. Jan. 0, LSIO; ni. .^iin-rva C 
Taylor, and, in 1861, was living in Wi'silield, N. Y. 

[658.] 7. GEORGE, b. Juno 25, LSbs, and d., in ]\L'iy li-l'!- 
N. Y., Oct. 28, 1819. 

[659.] 8. SALLY, b. Aug. 25, 1822, and d., in .Ma\ li-M, >'• 
Y., July 4, 1826. 

CHILDREN OF JONATHAN RICHARD PIVK (277) AND THFoD' ••-■! ••• 

HIS WIFE, THE OLDEST THRF.E BoliN IN ( J i:Ei':N W ICli, 

CONN., AND TilE OTHERS IN I'l.CSH !N(.-, N. Y. 

[660.] 1. JOXATIIAX, (1552) b. Jan. 20, 17>^<5 ; ni. Candiu'" 
Cornell, of Flushing, X. Y., and d., in N'-v.' V.>rk 'ily, S-i'' 
19, 1833. 



PECK GENEALOGY — .SEVENTH GENERATION. / I 

.001.] 2. CURTIS, (15G3) b. Marcli 30, 1787 ; m. 1. llannali 
I !.M\vere, of Flushing, X. Y., and m. 2. Anna Maria Cannon, of 
I l^ritlp-eporl, Conn., and d., in Flushing-, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1851. 
' [002.] 3. CHAliLES, (1570) h. April 1, 1789; m. 1. Eliza- 

ih Thome, of Xew iork city, and ni. 2. Mrs. Amanda Smith, 
! .[ New Haven, Conn,, and d., in llartl'oi'd. Conn,, 3larch 17, 

[ [003.] 4. ISAAC, (lobll) b. Feb. 13, 1791; m. Agnes Poibe- 

i :aus, of Xcw York city, and d., in Flushing, X. Y,, Dec. 27, 
1 KA). 

■ [004.] 5, ELIJAH, (1589) b, Sept. 30, 1793 ; m. 1. 3Iargarot 

! oniell, of Flushing, X, Y. ; m. 2. Ann Cornell, of Flushing, 
I S. Y., and m. 3. Amelia Lewis, of Litchfield, Cojm., and d., in 
' Mushing, X. Y., 3Iay 21, 1803. 

[005.] G. ALEX AXI) Ell, (1593) b. Sept. 8, 1795; m. Kc- 
i-ecca Albertson, and d., in Flushing, X. Y., Sept. 29, 1817. 

[000.] 7. WILLIAM, (1594) b. April 27, 1798: m. Lydia 
Ann 0<lell, of Shrewsbury, X. J., and d., in Xew York city, 
F.'b. 5, 1848. 

[007.] 8. RICHAPlD, (1600) b. Aug. 8, 1800: m. Harriet 
Keith; was an Episcopal clergyman and d., in Slieldon, Vt., 
f July 3, 1840. 

[008.] -9. JEXXETT, b. April 1, 1805 ; m. John Horton, of 
Madiid, X. Y., aiid, in 1800, was living in Fkishing, N. Y. 

''HILDKEN OF CHARLES PECK (2^9) AN]) NANCY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[009.] 1. ABKtAIL JAXJ<: ll., b. Oct. 18, 1803; m. David 
I Fowler, of Xewl.urgh. X. Y., :\Jarch 3, ]s2.}, and d. there 3Lay 
■ 17,1824. 

[07O.] 2. MEHITABLE, b. Jan. 27, 1.^05. an-l d„ in Gr.'.^n- 
i v,ic}i, Feb. 18,1805. 

[071.] 3. THOMAS H., b. May 4, 1807 ; ni. Diadan.ia Con- 
^ gar, and d., in D.-troit, Mich., in 1845. Iii> wib- had d. there 
I in 1837. 

I 



78 PEOK GEXEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[672.J 4,. MEllITABLE, agaiu, b. Sopt. 17, 3 800 ; m. Tlioi.u.. 
M. Lyon, Oct. 29, 180G, who d., iu Xevr York city, June ]u, 
1853. She was living in >^'orwalk Conn., in 187U. 

[073.] 5. CJLUILES E., (1004) b. April .17, 1812 ; m. 3Jniy 
Thompson, of Xowbnrgii, X. Y., and, in 1875, was livii)g iu 
Xew^ York city. 

[074.J 6. TIIEODOSIA, b. Oct. 18, 1814, and d., in. Xew 
Y^ork city, 3Iarch 10, 1823. 

ClIILDKEN OF FREDERICK PECK (282) AND HANNAH, HIS AVIFK, 
ALL BORN IX GREENWICH, CONN. 

[075.] 1. SAEAH, b. Sept. ]0, 1795 ; m. .Ibijali Sniiili, aii'i. 
iu 1801, was living in Mt. Blanchard, 0. 

[070.] 2. HAXXAH, b. May 8, 1797; m. Jos.<e Sheiwood 
and d., in Xew Eochelle, X. Y'., 3Iay 30, 1825. 

[077.] 3. EIIEDERICK, (1012) b. ?darcli 1, 1803 ; m. SaiL'h 
Hoyt, Sept. 25, 1831, and, in 1801, was living in Stainfoi*], 
Conn. 

[078.] 4. WILLIAM H., (ICl.V) b. Oct. 28, 1804; m. 3Iary 
Lyon, of Xew Y'ork city, and was living tliere in ISGO. 

[079.] 5. MAKY, b. Sept. 25, 1809, and, in 1801, was livhig 
in Stamford, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF AUGUSTUS PECK (283) AND JERUSHA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICIJ, CONN. 

[G80.J 1. MARIA, b. about 1799 ; m. Peter V. Sang, and, in 
1801, was living in Ijamariine, AVis. 

[081.] 2. JULIA, b. about 1803 ; m. Ebenezor Heard, and. 
in 1870, was livbig in. Greeuwicli, Conn. 

[082.] 3. GEOIIGE, b. about 1809 ; m. Sarah Jane Crabb, 
March 2, 1840, and, in 1870, was living iu Gre<'nwich, Conn. 
He had no cliildn.'n. 

[083.J 4. AXTOIXETTE, b. about 1811; m. James .Hick- 
man, and, in 1801, was living in I'liihub-ljihia, ]\'nn. 

[084.] 5. JOHX, b. about 1813, and, in 1870, was living 
unm. iu Greenwich, Conn. 



i PECK GE.XEALOaV — SEVENTH GEiS'EKATIO.N . 79 

f [GS5.J 6. ISAAC, {HJ-21) h. July 5, 1815; m. 31ai-aret Wood 

I :.::d d., in New York ciiy, Oct. 3, lb51. 
f 

I . iilLDI'.KX OF DAVID PECK, (280) ALL KOIiN IN OKEENWJCH, COXN. 

[ [(k^G.J 1. DAVID, (lG:>.-» b. ."May 1:5, 1775 ; m. Sarah Peek, 

; iii:.l) iu Feb. 1800; was a physician, and resided in Xewbern, 

N. C, and d. there 3Jay 20, I8i)2. 
j [GST.J 2. A3iY, b. Aug. 12, 1777 ; m. Caleb Lyon, and d., iu 

I (Miioa, X. Y., Jan. 30, 1813, where her husband also d. July 1, 
\ 1-50. 

\ [088.] 3. 31AI:Y, b. Sept. 0, 1790 ; m. David SeolioJd, and 

'1., in Greenwieli, July 5, 184.-1. 

[ObU. I d. E^THEJi, b. Nov. 25, 1781 ; m. Joseph Lyoa, Feb. 
IS. 1801, and d., in Genoa, X. Y., Jan. 7, 1832. Her husband 
■i. there in 18.50. 
. [090.] 5. THEOPllILUS, b. Jan 24, 1784, and d., in Green-- 

wieh, June G, 1784. 

[091.J 0. AXXA, b. April 30, 1785 ; m. Charles Wilson, of 
lireenwich, Oct. 31, 1804, and, m 1870, was living in Green- 
i wich. Conn. 

[692.] 7. TIIEODllILUS, again, b. Aug. 10, 1787, and d., in 
^'leenwich, Sept. 19, 1787. 

[093.] 8. DEBCEAIl, b. Sept. 15, 1788, and, in 1870, wa:, 
living unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 
[094.] 9. BEXOXI, (1027) b. Xov. 5, 1790 : ni. Huldab Peck 
I (:i05) Dec. 12, 1812; removed from Greenwich and settled in 

Genoa, X. Y., in 1838, and d. there July 8, J 859. 
I [095.] 10. CHARLOTTE, b. Jan. 2L 1793 ; m. Benjamin 
[ W. Drake, Sept. 1, 1830, and, in 1n70, was livincr in Genoa, 
' X.Y. 

[090.] 11. PEBECCA, b. Jan. 21, 1793, and d., in Bedford, 
I ^. Y., Jan. 11, 1837. 

[097.] 12. PHEBE, b. Oct. 14, 1795; m. John Bn^tett: and ^ ^N^T^i 
^ <J-^ D.'c. 2, 1803, in Quiucy, 111. a4.r^«.w ^-^^"''-■^^ ,U^^"^ 

i [098.] 13. 3IAKILDA,' b. 3Jay 7, 1790; m. David Banks, ^ "" 
' -"^lay 10, 1821, and, in 1870, wa.s livijjg in Gje.^iwich, Conn. 



80 PECK UENEALOGY— -SEVEXTIl L>i:XHRATTOX. 

[600.] ]-LZrLLA, b. Marcli 1, 1708; m. .lohn Piirdy, i:. 
1815, aud d., in New York city, Aug. 0, 1S5S. 

[700.] 15. EUTli, b. Oct. 21, HOO : m. Willinm .Tobnsoii i.. 
1836, and \vas liviug iii Xew York city in i^'M. 

[701.] 16. ELIPHALET, (1635) b. June iU, 1«0] ; lu. 1. 
Deborah 31. Peck, (732) and m. 2. Sarah IJalflcd.l, aud d., ;: 
Port Cliester, X. Y., Jan. 4, 1865. 

[702.] 17. ALATHEA, b. 31ay 15, 1803; in. Gilbert J'. 
Finch, April 8, 182^/, and, in 1870, was living- in Greenwich. 
Conn. 

[703.J 18. DAVID, again, (1610) b. 3Iarc.h 16, 1805; n.. 
Mary B. Miller, Marcli 11, 1829, and, hi 1870, was living h: 
Greenwich, Conn. 

[701.] 19. DEJJLA, b. 31arch 1, 1807; ui. Jothani Sh-r- 
wood, in 1839, and, in 1861, was Ua ing in Montrorie^ Penn. 

[705.] 20. JAPcED, b. June 14, 1811, and d. num., in X^-v 
York city, Aug. 7, 1837. 

CHILDREN OF GIDEOX PECK (287) AND KCNICK, ]IIS WIFE. M' 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CoNN. 

[706.] 1. CLARA, b. 3Iay 29, 1783; in. YAia^ Pardy, an 1 
d., in Greenwich, Xov. 3, 1850. Her husband liad d. Dvc. ' 
1828. 

[707.] 2. EKAXCES, b. June '23, 17.s5 ; m. Sainuei Pro- : 
and d., in Greenwich, Ohio, July 2(j, 1^61. 

[708.] 3. MAllY, b. Sept. 6, 1787 ; m. 4'lioiiias Piudy, an ": 
was living in Xew York city, in 1861. 

[709.] 4. GIDEOX, (1650) b. Xov. 2:), J 791 ; ni. Pluebe W. 
Merrilt, Sept. 19, 1813, who d. Oct. 31, 1856 ; and lit- was H- 
ing in Xf^w A'ork city, in 1S61. 

[710.] 5. ELIZABETH, b. June 20, 17'.i3 ; m. Xcah 31- •• ' 
and, in Ibul, was living in Greenwirh, Conn. 

[711.] 6. EUXICE, b. June 20, 1793 ; m. .Justus Sack^ •■ 
and d., in Greenwich, in 1857. 

[712.] 7. TIIEOPHILUS, (1661) b. April 6, 1795 : m. Sai.^ 
Hobby and d,, in Xew York city, Au^.'-. 19, 18.56. 



PKC'K GENEALOGY — SEVENTH (i EN EH ATI ON. 81 

:il.ni;EX OF THOMAS PECK (l^SD) AND TAMIZON, HIS \Y1FE, THE 
OLDEST THREE BORN IN NORTH SALllM, N. Y., AND 
THE OTHERS IN I'OUNDRIDGJ^, N. Y. 

:713.] 1. NAXCY, b. May 2[), 1792, and, in 1S70, was living 

Mil. in Poiiudridge, N. Y. 

[71-1.] 2. 03J-UJLAI1, b. 3JaY 11, 1794, and d., in North 
- iK'in, X. Y., iu 1798. 

:715.] 3. THOMAS, 0GG5) b. Oct. 28, 1795 ; m. Jane }3islioi) 
'.■i 1S15, and d., iu Lewisboro, N. Y., April 10, 1870. 

[71G.] 4. IIUFUS, b. Jan. 8, 1805, and, in 1870, \vas lising 

■ju. in Poundridgc, X. Y. 

!717.] 5. EZRA 11., (1009) b. Jan. 8, 1807 ; ni. Catnarine 
;! -liby in 1834, and, in 1870, was living in Sianiford.. Conn. 

718.] 6. DELILA, b. July 5,1810; m. Samuel Hobby in 
!^.i7, and, in 1870, was living iu Poundridge, X. Y. 

i-lLDREN OF SOLOMON PECK (291) AND MARY, HIS WIFE. ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

;719.] 1. APAI), (1674) b. April IG, 1791 ; m. Eliza Stepli- 
'■!-S Sept. 3, 1833, who d. about 1838. He d., in Greenwicii, 
I b-c. IG, 1874. 

[720.] 2. liACllEL, b. June 8, 1795, and d. unm., in Greeu- 
Y -^ I'-h, Feb.28, 1821. 

I [721.] 3. 3IAliY, b. Xov. 25, 1797 ; in. Allen P. Carpenter, 
^ •'ii'l, in 1870, was living in Eye, X. Y. 

lULDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (297) AND MARY, HIS W^IFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[722.] 1. ALLEX, b. Sept. 3, 1791, and d. unni., in Xew 
^'"-•hflle, X. Y., Xov. 20, 1835. 

[723.] 2. 0}5AD1AH, (1G75) b. Dec. 17, 1793 ; m. Lizctta 
|. -"^b-id, dau. of Calvin Mead, and d., in Brooklyn, X. Y., Jane 
I '^>'K 18G4. 

I [T2-1.] 3. 31ARIA, b. April G, 179G, and d. unn)., iu Green- 
l;^i«:h, May 14, 1840. 



82 PECK aENEALOUY — .^•EVKNTII GENEHATH»X, 

[725.] 4. AXXA 31., b. An-. 25, ISOD, r.nd, in IbTO, v, , 
living uum. in Greenwich, Conn. 

[72(j.j 5. SA3IUEL, b. Nov. 29, ISCU, and d. iinni.,.iu Giv,... 
wicli, Conn., 3lay 18, 1841. 

[727.] 6. JA>sE, b. 31ay 18, 180G, and, in 1870, vas li\ l] . 
unm. in Greenwidi, Conn. 

[728.] 7. SOPHIA, b. Dec. 4, 1800, and d. unm., in Giv,:-.- 
wich, 31ay IG, 1841. 

[720.] 8. ISAAC, (1G80) b. Ai.iil 12,1812; ni. Julia 3b ri.l. 
dan. of Zenas 3Iead, and d., in Greenwicli, Conn., March ■•, 
1876. 

[730.] 9. AVlllTMAX, (1G82) b. 3Iay IG, 1815; g-radiun : 
at Yale College in 1838 ; m. Euth Maria Keeler ; is a Pr*>>i.;.- 
terian minister, and, in 18G9, resided in liidgefleld, Conn. 

CHILDRE]Sr OF JABEZ PECK (298) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, ALL BmU;. 
IN GREENWICH, CUNN. 

[731.] 1. DORINDA, b. Feb. 20, 1796 ; m. Israel Peck, (:^:: 
Oct. 20, 1819, and, in 1870, was living in Port Chester, N. V. 

[732.1 2. DEBORAH M., b. Feb. 25, 1800 ; m. Elii'lial : 
Peck, (701) June 25, 1824, and d., in Greenwidi, May 15, 1-" i 

[733.] 3. JEHIEL M., b. March 10, 1811, and d., in Gr»: :•- 
wich, Jan. 7, 1812. 

[734.] 4. ABIGAIL, b. Oct. 1, 1812, and, in 18G1, was livii . 
unm., at Tuscarora, X. Y., as missionary to the Indians. 

CHILDREN OF JARED PECK (300) AND TAMIZON, HIS WIFE, AT.:. 
BORN IN RYE, N. Y. 

[735.] 1. \VILLIA3I, (1GS5) b. July 19, 1707 ; m. Xauc} 
SnifFcu, of Rye, X. Y., and d., in Xew York city, .Tidy 2ij, l'"^-"' 

[736.] 2. JA31ES HERVEY, (1688) b. Feb. 20, l?sOO ; i'' 
Pliebe C. Mosernan, of Rye, X- Y., Oct. 10, 1830, and d., i:'- 
Port Chester, X. Y., April 22, 1872. 

[737.] 3. CAROLIXE, b. May 6, 1802, and d. unm., in Rv''- 
X. Y., March 10, 1845. 



PEOK OENLWLUGY— .SEVENTH GENERATION. 5rb 

TSS.] 4. CHARLES A., (IC.OG) b. July G, 1801; m. jMary 
jl. Bloodgood, of Rye, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1827, and, in 1875, wa< 
:;ving ill New York city. 
[739.] 5. HENRY A., b. Marcli 10, 1800, and d. num., m 

I r,.rt Chester, X. Y., Aug. 21, 18G1. 

I [710.] 0. GEORGE T., b. Sept. 10, 1809, and d. unni., in 

I ily.', X. Y., Jan. 3, 1830. 

I [711.J 7. SARAH E., b. June 2, 1812, and, in 1873, was 

f i''. ing unm. in Rye, X. Y. 

I [712.] 8. JARED Y., (1703) b. Sept. 21, 1816 ; m. Pheb- 

I J>i'i-gen, cf Xew Jei-rsey, April 3, 185G ; was rex>resenlaiive in 

I ihe Xew York Legislature, in 1848, and in Congress, from 

! Wcbtcliestcr county, X. Y., in 1853 to 1855, and, in 1873, was 

i living in Rye, X. Y. 

1 [713.] 9. ]\IxVRY P., b. Jan. 13, 1819, and, in 1873, was 

I living unm. in Rye, X. Y. 

j ONLY CHILD OF ISAAC PECK (302) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, BORN 

j IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

i 

[744.] ISAAC, (1709) b. Aug. 7, 1802; graduated at Yal- 
College in 1821 ; became an Episcopal clergyman ; in. Catlia- 
riue Cornelia Jones, of Xew York city, Oct. 5, 1841, and, in 
1875, was living at Round Hill, in Greenwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL PECK (304) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

I [745.] 1. HARRIET M., b. Marcli 30, 181G, and d. unm., in 
I Greenwich, Xov. 12, 1842. 

I [74G.] 2. ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 20, 1820, and d. num., in 
I Greenwich, Dec. 23, 1842. 

[747-] 3. SAMUEL, (1713) b. Oct. 11, 1829 ; m. Anna Au- 
gusta Peck, (1G42) Dec. 17, 1855, and, in 18C1, was ii\ing in 
[ Bridgport, Conn. 

[748.] 4. DAXIEL, b. Sept. 25, 1833, and, in 180 L was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 



81 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF BENJA-MIN RE(:!K (307) AND ELIZARETII, HIS WILK, 
ALL KOJLN" IN GREEN^YIOH, CONN, 

[749.J 1. HAXX^yj KEEJ), b. May ], ISll ; m. Tsador..' 
Valliev, Oct. G, 1S2S, ajjJ, iu 1861, was liviny in Keypoi't, 2s. .1. 

[750.] 2. PllUELLA, b. July 21, 1813, and d., in Greenwieli, 
June 5, 1811. 

CHILDREN OE JAMES RECK (30U) AND MARY, HIS AVIFE, ALL RoRN 
IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[751.J 1. REED, b. Dec. 10, 1801 ; m. Snsau D. 31ooie, 
July 8, 1832, and d., in J'ort Chester, X. Y., Feb. G, lbG3. Hi:? 
wife d. there June 19. 1^72. He liad no children. 

[752.J 2. BENJA31IX, (1714) b. Oct. 3, 180G ; nx. 1. I.avinn 
Smith, who d. March 17, 183G ; ni. 2. Nancy Weed, who d. 
Aug. 20, 1815, and m. 3. Priscilla Lyon, and d., iu Grceuw^ch, 
July 11, 1870. 

1.753.1 3. ANN, b. Oct. 9, 1808 ; m. Henry Smith, in 183G, 
and, in 18G1, was livim;' in Xew York city. 

[751.] 1. EBEXEZER, (1718) b. Aug. 27, ISIO ; m. Eli^a T{. 
Reynolds, in 1837, and, in 1861, was living in Perth xlmboy. 
N.J. 

[755.] 5. CHARLOTTE, b. June 3, 1813, and d. num., iu 
New Y'ork city, March 27, 1851. 

[756.] 6. MARY, b. Oct. 11, 1815 ; m. James E. .Johnson, in 
1812, and, in 1861, was living in New York city. 

[757.] 7. HANNAH, b. 3Larch 4, 1818, and d. miw... in 
Greenwich, ^larch 7, 1860. 

[758.] 8. DEP.ORAH, b. July 12, 1821 ; m. James Holdeu. 
in 1843, and d., in Brooklyn, N. Y., INLarch. 27, 1848. 

[759.] 9. ELIAS, (1729) b. June 11, 1823 ; m. Ellen K. 
Rogers, May 15, 1850, and, in 18(51, was living in New JXjiidon, 
Conn. 



PECK GEXEALDUY — SEVKXTH GEXEJi ATlOIs'. 85 

nilLBUEN OE ELIAS PECK (310) AXD DEPOKAlf, HIS WIPE, AEL 
POKX IX GJiEEXWIClJ, COXX. 

[7G0.] 1. ALBERT X., (173C) b. 3Iaicli 10, 1805 ; m. 1. 
Klizabeth C. ^lead, dan. of Titus 3Iead, 2d, June 13, 1832, wlio 
a. June 13, 1835, and m. 2. Ami Cal lender, Sept. 20, 1849, and, 
in 1874, uas living in New York city, 

[761.] 2. MARY M., b. Feb. 17, 1807 ; m. Isaac Holley, in 
3854, and, in 1861, was living in Greenwicli, Conu. 

[702.] 3. W1LLIA31, (1740) b. Nov. 6, 1809 ; m. Caroline 
Sherwood, June 2, 1838, and, in 18G1, was living- in Greenwich, 
Conn. 

[763.J 4. HARRIET II., b. Jan. 22, 1812, and, in 18f31, was 
living ur.m. in Clreenwich, Conn. 

[7ol.] 5. JOHX, (1747) b. July 30, 1814; graduated at 
Western Reserve College, Ohio, in 1842; became a Presby- 
terian minister; m. Sarah X. Bremner, of Xew York city, in 
1849, and, in 1801, was living in Traverse des Sioux, 3Iinn. 

[705.] 6. ABRAHAM H., (1750) b. July 27, 1810; m. Susan 
Peck (770) and d., in Greenwich. Conn., March 8, 1855. His 
widow was living in Xew York city, in 1801. 

CHILDKEX OF XATHAX PECK (311) AXD SARAH, HIS WIFE, THE 

OLDEST TWO BORX IX GKEEXWICH, COXX,, THE 

OTHERS IX XEW YORK CITY. 

[766.] 1. AXX SECOR, b. Oct. 19, 1810; m. Asahel A. 
Benmau, June 0,1832, and d., in Xew York city, Xov. 11, 1801. 

[707.] 2. MARY CLARK, b. July 28, 1812; m. Reuben 
Bettis May 18, 1839, and, in 1801, was living in Camden, X. Y. 

[768.] 3. XATHAX REED, b. Aug. 13, 1815, and d., in 
New York city, Sept. 9, 1833. 

[769.] 4. ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 9, 1817; m. Rev. James B. 
Raro.say, Ai)ril 1, 1840, and d., in Choctaw Xation, July 17, 
1849. 

[770.] 5. SUSAX, b. April 9, 1820 ; m. I.Abraham II. Peck 
(705) Sept. 8, 1847, and m. 2. Bornt S. La Forgi", Feb, 20, 1801, 
and, in 1870, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 



8() PECK GEXKALOGY-— SEYEXTII (iENEilATlON. 

[771.] 0. AV1L1.1A3I J., (1753) b. Junr G, 1 S22 ; m. 1. .\. 
C. Geduey, April 23, 18-U, wlio d. Feb. VJ, 1.S51, jiii.l v.\. . 
Ccitbarine A. 3IcLaiighliii, Dec. 20, 185-1 ; was Preyidt-m . . 
tlie Board of Aldermen of New York city, and d. llicre (>. 
31, 18G9. His widow was living tbcre in 1874, 

[772.] 7. JOSHUA S., (1759) h. Nov. 28, 182-1; m. S;,i . 
King, May 23, 1847, and, in 1875, was living in Xevv York ciiy 

[773.1 8. SARAH L., b. July 9, 1827 ; m. William A. Uiv 
bard, IV'c. 15, 1847, and was living iu Ilocbester, X. Y., in ISi'l 

CllILDKEX OF ABKAHA^I EECK (315) AND ANNA, HIS WilE, Al'.. 

BOIIN IX WARWICK, N. Y., EXCEPT ABRAHAM B., WHO 

W^\S BORN IX ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO. 

[774.] 1. 3IAKIA, b. April 2U, 1801; m. Alj.lion.so Bjoo:.- 
and d., iu Lexington, Ky., Aug. 10, 1839. 

[775.] 2. AXX ELIZA, b. Juno 20, 1801, and d., in W--.; 
Union, Adams county, Ohio, in June 1818. 

[776.] 3. ELIAS, (1764) b. Xov. 10, 1806 ; m. Catliariiie I> .- 
bella Millard, of Xew York city. May 4, 1834 ; was a phy-fici'i 
and resided in X'ewburgh, X. Y., and d. there July 11, Ibr,,') 
His wife had d. there April 21, 1862. 

[777.] 4. CLARISSA W., b. July 25, 1814, and was livin- 
unm, in Xew York city, in 1873. 

[778.] 5. ABRAHA3I B., Jan. 25, 1818 ; m. Mary Ann Vai. 
Vliet, and d., in Xewburgh, X. Y., May 2, 1852. He had iw 
children. 

CHILDREN OF NEHEMIAH PECK (319) AND LAYINA, HIS Wlli: 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[779.] 1. ELIZA, b. 3Iarch 9, 1808, and, in 1870, was livi.n: 
unm. in Grecjiwich, Conn. 

[780.] 2. HEXRY, b. April 23, 1810 ; m. Isabella r.'tei> 
and, in 1874, was living in Xew York city. 

[781.] 3. ZACHARY, b. Dec. 27, 1811 ; m. Sarah H. A v.i y 
Dec. 26, 1835, and was living in Xew York city in 1875. ii^ 
has no children. 



PECK OEXEALOGY— ?EVKNTIJ GEXEHATIi.)X. 87 

[782.] 4. ISRAEL, (170D) b. Dec. 17, 1814; m. Xancy IT. 
i.jover, Xov. 8, 1817, and, in 1870, >vas living in Southold, 
N. Y. 

[7><3.] 5. LAVIXA, 1.. iX^-. 13, 1^10 ; m. Xathauiel Vwlson, 
.•::;.l, in 1800, was living in Grcenwicli, Conn. 

[784.] 0. ORPKA, b. Sepl. 18, 1819, and d. unm., in Gieen- 
Nvich, Nov. 20, 1850. 

[785.] V. XEHE31 JAII, (1770) b. Jan. 8, 1822 ; in. Mary 
Ihiidiani, July 1, 1840, and d., in Xew York city, Jan. 7, 1807. 

[780.] 8. ALrilElS, (1777) b. Oct. 3, 1824; m. Loni.^a A. 
St.'itz, Oct. 1, 1851, and, in ISOL, was living in Xow York city. 

[787.] 0. ANDREW JACKSOX, b. July .31, 1827, and, in 
1^70, was living in Greonwicli, Conn. 

I78S.] 10. EMILY, b. July 22, 1829 ; m. William E. Deck 
(1039) Ainil 10, 1800, and, in 1870, was living in Greenwich, 

'HILDREX OF ISItAEL PECK (323) AXD DORINDA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
B(JUX IX GKEEXWICH, C<>XX. 

[789.] 1. 3IARY, b. .Inly 12, 1820; m. Gilbert Sliutc, Oct. 
28, 1840, and d., in Greenwich, March 24, 1807. 

[790.] 2. JABEZ, b. April 12, 1822, and d. unm., in Green- 
wich, April 9, 1847. 

CniLDREX OF RELIIJEX PECK, (325) ALL BORX AT OLEX'S 
FALLS, X. Y. 

[791.] 1. HERMOX, (1779) b. April 18, 1800 ; m. 1. Xancy 
Quin, in 1825, an-l m. 2. Martha Kenworthy, in 1830, and d., 
at Glen's Falls, July 27, 1805. 

[792.] 2. DAXI]^]L 13., b. Ai)ril 15, 1803 : m. Maria Philo, 

I in 1820, and d., at Glen's Falls, Oct. 28, 1828. He had no 

E cliildren. 

I [793.] 3. ]^JvTSEY, b. Sept. 23, 1805; m. Elmore Tlat?, in 

i 1820, and was living at Glen's Falls, in 1809. 

I [794.] 4. XOl^LE, b. March 0, ISIl ; m. Diadamia S. J^ach, 

i ^May 23, 1834, and d., at Glens Falls, :\Iay 24, 1802. lb.- liad 

I no children. 



88 I'KOK GEXKALOUY— sEVKNTii <i VVKKATION'. 

[705.] 5. ri:TER, b. Xov. 13, 1813 : )r.. Anu Tduon. !■; r . 
and wr.< living in Quecnsbury, N. Y., in 1^09, ilo i;,,^ •. 
cltiklvcn, 

CHILDREN OF DAXIKL I'ECK (320) AND CONTEXT. 111.-^ V.ilK, .',; 
rOKX AT GLEX'S FALLS, X. i'. 

[79G.] 1. A^IAXDA, b. Sept. 8, 1807, nuJ d. nnm., .'it (i . ■' 
Falls, June 21, 1832. 

[797.] 2. SARAH, b. May 1», 1809, uiu] d., at Glens >'.;.- 
April 12, 1812. 

[798.] 3. AVILLIAM, (17M3) b. Sept. K, 1810; in. Hani:-.: 
Newnian, Dec. 1, 1830, and d., at Gb-n's ]'"aiis. St'pr. 11, !:• ' . 

[799.] 1. DAXIEL, b. Feb. 22, 1812, an.l d., at Glen'^ F;;: ■ 
March 8, 1812. 

[800.] 5. GEORGE, b. Feb. 2-1, 1813, and G., ;U Glon':^ }'- 
April 27, 1818. 

[801.] 0. BEXJA3IIX, (1790) b. May 19, l:si5 : in. Sar:: . 
H. Button, Oct. 7, 18-10, and was living in Q'it-ensbiiry. X. V 
in 1809. 

[802.] 7. XATHAXIEL S., (1793) b. June 23. 1817; n^- 
Harriet E. Baker, 3Iarch 29, 1850, and, in 1870, v,a-; iiving h' 
Corineautviile, Peiin. 

[803.] 8. CHARLES, (1800) b. Aug. :10, l>^it> ; m. 1. Cl.; '- 
lotto A. Elmore, May 13, 1848, who d. Oct. 27, 18.'7,'au.l lo- - 
Frances A. Philips, X^ov. 9, 1858, and d., at GI.-u's Fa!!:^, .];■:: 
4, 1800. 

[80-i.] 9. DELTA, h. Xov. 27, 1821 ; m. WiUi-un Oti-, .]:■'. 
20, 1811, and d., in Danby, Vt., July 28, 1818. 

[805.] 10. SARAH G., b. Feb. 20, 1824 ; m. Orang- X.-. - 
man, Dec. Fl, 1843, and was living in Queensbury, X. Y., i^- 
1809. 

CUILDREX OF EDML'XD PECK (327) AXD SAliAH. ills WIFT., ALI' 
BORN AT GLEX'.S FALLS, X. y. 

[800.] 1. DARIUS, (1^02) b. July 30, 1805; m, M^ry ■-■ 
Smith, Oct. 22, 1829, anu, in 1873, wa< living in Xev.a.rk, X. •'• 



PECK GE^'EALOL}Y— SEVENTH UENERATION. 89 

[s07.] 2. EMELIXE, b. Aug. 30, 1812, auJ, iu 18G9, was 
;;\ ing uuin. at Gleu's Falls. X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ELIHU PECK (328) AND RUANA, HIS WIFE. 

[SOS.] 1. CALYIX, b. in Pompey, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1798, aud 
-1. iinm., in Van Buren, X. Y., in 1860. 

[809.] 2. MARTHA, b. in Pompey, X. Y^, July 24, 1800 ; 
la. Xatlianiel Cornell, and, in 1875, was living iu Yan Buren, 
.V. Y. 

[810.] 3. PHILO, (1808) b. in Pompey, X. Y., Dec. 23. 1802 ; 
m. 1. Emeline Barnes, and m. 2. Miranda Dewey, aud d., in 
1^73, in Yan Buren, X. Y. 

[811.] 4. AURILLA, b. in Pompey, X. Y., Feb. 2, 1804 ; m. 
Harvey Tuttle, and, iu 1875, was living in Camillus, X. Y. 

[812.] 5. EUXICE, b. in Cato, X. Y., Sept. 5, 1808 ; m. 
Ilichmond Janes and, in 1870, was living in Hannibal, X. Y. 

[813.] 6. PUAX^A, b. in Cato, X". Y., Oct. 22, 1810 ; m. Da- 
nien Barnes, and d., in Yan Buren, X. Y., in 1861. 

[814.] 7. EMILY, b. in Cato, X. Y., Aug. 24, 1813 ; m. 
Daniel Abrams, and, in 1875, was living in Camillus, X". Y. 

[815.] 8. ETHAX, (1811) b. in Camillus, X\ Y., Oct. 19, 
1814 ; m. Alma Davis, and, in 1870, was living in Lansing, 
.Mich. 

[810.] 9. AXX, b. in Camillus, X". Y., April 21, 1816 ; m. 
Ira Hinsdale, and, in 1875, was living in Camillus, X. Y. 

[817.] 10. LYMAX, (1821) b. in Camillus, X. Y., Dec. 29, 
1820 ; m. Tira McCracken, and, in 1875, was living in Camillus, 
X. Y. 

[818.] 11. ELIHU, (1820) b. in Camillus, X. Y., June 14, 
1824 ; m. Agnes Bryant, and, in 1875, was living in Lansing, 
Mich. 

'-■IIILDREN OF PETER PECK (331) AND EMMA, HIS W^IFE, ALL 
BORN IN CAMILLUS, N. Y. 

[819.] 1. LYDIA, b. 3Iay 10, 1815 ; m. Joel Foster, and, in 
1875. was livinf? in Yan Buren, X. Y. 



90 PECK GENEALOGY— SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[820.1 2. HAERIET, h. Sept. 10, 1818 ; m. William Davis, 
and d., in Camillus, X. Y., in 1875. 

[821.] 3. BETSEY, b. 3Iay 15, 1822; m. Asahel K. Clark. 
and, in 1875, was living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

[822.] 4. DAXIEL, (1829) b. July 2, 1826 ; m. Betsey Fos- 
ter, and, in 1875, was living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

[823.J 5. WILLIAM, (1830) b. Oct. 23, 1830 ; in. Matild:i 
Lamerson, and, in 1875, was living In Van Buren, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ENOS PECK (333) AND ANNIS, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN CAMILLUS, N. Y. 

[821.] L. ISAAC, (1837) b. July 2S. 1817 ; m. Tammy Lam- 
erson, and, in 1875, was living in Caniillu?, X. Y. 

[825.] 2. AARON, (1838) b. July 28, 1817 ; m. Caroline 
Austin, and, in 1875, was living in Camillus, X. Y. 

[826.] 3. JAXE, b. 3Iay 28, 1820 ; m. William 31ack, and, 
in 1875, was living in Davenport, Iowa. 

[827.] 4. EDWIN, (1841) b. May 3, 1820; m. 1. Sarah Mar- 
ble, and m. 2. Ann Sherwood, and, in 1875, was living in 
Camillus, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC PECK, (334) ALL BORN IN CAMILLUS, N. Y., 

EXCEPT THE LAST THREE, WHO WERE BORN 

IN VAN BUREN, N. Y. 

[828.] 1. RICHARD, (1844) b. about 1820 ; m. Mary Ann 
Miller, and, in 1875, was living in Cayutaville, Schuyler county, 
N.Y. 

[829.] 2. LEONARD, (1851) b. about 1822 ; m. Su.san Sul- 
len, and, in 1875, was living in Groton, N. Y. 

[830.] 3. ENOS, (1854) b. in 1824 ; m. Esther St. John, and, 
in 1875, was living in Camillus, N. Y. 

[831.] 4. CORNELIA, b. in 1820 ; m. John Clapper and d. 
in Van Buren, N. Y. 

[832.] 5. CORDELIA, b. in 1828 ; m. Andrew Craver, and 
d., in Camillus, N. Y., in Oct. 1862. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 91 

[833.J 6. ELA3I, b. in 1830 ; was m. and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing in the State of Michigan. 

[834.] 7. HORACE, (1856) b! in 1832; was m. and d., Oct. 
15, 1863, in the State of Michigan. 

[ 835.] 8. AAEON, b. in 1833 ; m. 3Iary Colburn, and, in 
1875, was living in Elbridge, N. Y. 

[836.] 9. EMILY, b. Dec. 27, 1817, and, in 1875, was living 
unm. in Van Buren, N. Y. 

[837.] 10. mVIX, b. May 11, 1818 ; m. Esther E. Tibbits, 
and, in 1875, was living in Pompey, N. Y. 

[838.] 11. DUAXE, b. Aug. 22, 1850, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing unm. in Van Buren, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ALMOND PECK (337) AND FIDELIA, HIS WIFE. 

[839.J 1. LANSIN(^, b. in Camillus, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1823, 
and d. unm., in Lysander, N. Y., July 16, 1848. 

[840.] 2. TRUMAN, b. in Camillus, N. Y., April 22, 1825 ; 
m. Margaret Decker, and, in 1875, was living in Lysander, N. 
Y. He has no children. 

[841.] ' 3. AMANDA, b. in Hannibal. N. Y., Aug. 20, 1828 ; 
m. Frank Avery, and, in 1875, was living in Lysander, N. Y. 

[842.] 4. ALELIA, b. in Hannibal, N. Y., May 10, 1832 ; ra. 
Comly A. Teal, and, in 1875, was living in Lysander, N. Y. 

[843.] 5. ALMIRA, b. in Hannibal, N. Y., April 22, 1833 ; 
m. Edwin Van Dorn, and, in 1875, was living in Lysander, 
N. Y. 

[844.] 6. ANN, b. in Hannibal, N. Y., March 20, 1835 ; m. 
James E. Decker, and, in 1875, was living in Lysander, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT PECK (340) AND LAVINA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENW^ICH, CONN. 

[845.] 1. ROBERT, (1859) b. June 7, 1705 ; m. Sarah Eliza- 
beth Fletcher, July 9, 1817, and d., in Washington, N. Y., Sept. 
8, 1830. 



92 PECK GENEALOGY— SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[846.] 3. AXXA, b. Nov. 15, 1797 ; m. Alfred Carhart, of 
New York city, June 5, 1818, and d. there Sept. 7, 1843. 

CHILDREN OF ELIAS PECK (345) AND EUNICE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[847.] 1. WILSOX, (18G5) b. Aug. 11, 1813 ; m. Phebe Al- 
ward, Jan. 9, 1845, and, in 1872, was living in Henry, Marshall 
county, 111. 

[848.] 2. ELIAS REED, (1872) b. July 27, 1815 ; m. Eliza- 
beth G. S. Bohanan, Sept. 24, 1839, and, in 1872, was living in 
Prarie City, Iowa. 

[849.] 3. SALLY AXX, b. Jan. 10, 1818, and d., in Green- 
wich, Nov. 24, 1821. - 

[850.] 4. JONATHAN, (1882) b. Aug. 13, 1821 ; m. Frances 
S. Garfield, and, in 1872, was living in La Salle, 111. 

[851.] 5. JOHX, b. June 7, 1825, and d., the same day, in 
Greenwich, Conn. 

[852.] 6. JOSEPHUS, (1883) b. June 7, 1825 ; m. Amy Jane 
Dingee, in 1848, and, in 1872, was living in Stamford, Conn. 

[853.] 7. LUCRETIA, b May 21, 1829 ; m. Edward H. 
Taylor, and, in 1872, was living in Port Chester, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF LEWIS PECK (346) AND SALLY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN SHARON, CONN. 

, [854.] 1. WILLIAM R., (1888) b. April 29, 1810 ; m. 1. 
Lucretia Louisa Woodward, Jan. 5, 1832, who d. Jan. 25, 1853, 
and m. 2. Lucia 31. Tuttle, of Syracuse, N. Y., March 3, 1854 ; 
was a X)hysician and d., in Bowling Green, 0., in April, 1867. 

[855.] 2. 3IARY A., b. April 23, 1813 ; m. 1. George Peck, of 
Sharon, Conn., in Dec. 1831, and m. 2. F. A. Lockwood, July 
19, 1857, and d., in Sharon, Oct. 8, 1861. 

[856.] 3. CALVIX F., (1894) b. Oct. 9, 1816 ; m. 3Iary L. 
Hoyt, of Cornwall, Conn., Dec. 11, 1842, and «L, in Sharon, 
Sept. 28, 1861. 

[857.] 4. FREDERICK L., b. Nov. 21, 1821, and d. unm., 
in Sharon, March 29, 1843. 



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[858.] 5. CHARLES H., (1896) b. July 21, 1830 ; m. Fannie 
31. Blakeman, of Albany, X. Y., Sept. 21, 1852, and d., in Cam- 
den, S. C, June 19, 1864. 

CHILDREN OF EBENEZER PECK (317) AND ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN STAMFORD, CONN. 

[859.] 1. XAXCY, b. Oct. 9, 1800 ; m. Edwin Lounsbury, 
Feb. 12, 1823, and d., in Greenwich, Conn., March 30, 1867. 

[860.] 2. CAROLINE, b. Aug. 5, 1802, and d., Jan. 8, 1801. 

[861] S.JULIA A., b. April 10, 1805; m. 1. William A. 
Lockwood, and m. 2. Hiram Raymond, and, in 1870, was living 
in Stamford, Conn. 

[862.] 4. ELIZABETH, b. May 2, 1808, and d., the same 
day, in Stamford, Conn. 

[863.] 5. ED3I0XD, b. May 9. 1812, and d., July 30, 1821, 
iu Stamford, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF RUFUS PECK (351) AND LETITIA, HIS "WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[864.] 1. EDMOXD, (1899) b. June 10, 1817 ; m. 1. Charlotte 
A. Peck, (1437) and m. 2. Elizabeth Smith, in 3Iarcli 1863, and, 
in 1870, was living in "West Haven, Conn. 

[865.] 2. CHARLES, b. Aug. 30, 1820 ; and, iu 1870, was 
living unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 

[866.] 3. SAXFORD, (1902) b. Aug. 30, 1820 ; m. Emily 
Peck, (1431) and d., in Xorwalk, Conn., April 9, 1867. His 
widow again m. John Trowbridge, of Bethlem, Coun., Sept. 21, 
1869. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (363) AND MERAB, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[867.] 1. WILLIAM, (1903) b. Dec. 9, 1788 ; m. Mary Ann 
Atwater, Nov. 2, 1814, and, in 1861, was living in Cheshire, 
Conn. 

[868.J 2. ALTIMIRA, b. July 2, 1790; m. John Smith, of 
Cheshire, and, in 1861, was living in "Wellsboro, Pa. 



94 PECK GENEALOGY— SEVENTH GENERATION, 



.] 3. ROXAXA, b. April 28, 1792 ; m. Jolm Barnes, of 
Cheshire, and d. there Aug. 1, 1829. 

[870.] 4. MELISSA, b. 3Iarch 24, 1794 ; m. Russell Fostrv, 
of Cheshire, and, in 1861, was living in Cheshire, Conn. 

[871.] 5. MERAB, b. Jan. 20, 1799 ; m. Ambrose R. Barnes, 
of Cheshire, and, in 1861, was living in Xew Haven, Conn. 

[872.] 6. BURTOX, (1906) b. Aug. 24, 1803 ; m. Caroline 
Merriman, of Cheshire, and d., in McHenry, ill., Dec. 17, 18r>8. 

CHILDREN OF ASA PECK (365) AND BETSEY, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[873.] 1. CLEMENT, (1916) b. Feb. 6, 1791 ; m. Daraaris 
B. Brooks, Dec. 20, 1814, and, in 1861, was living in Cheshire, 
Conn. 

[874.] 2. CHAUXCEY, (1921) b. June 18, 1793 ; m. 1. Re- 
becca Brooks, Xov. 15, 1815, who d. 3Iay 19, 1816, and m. 2. 
Martha Ives, May 20, 1818, and d., in Cheshire, April 17, 1839. 

[875.] 3. ASA, (1925) b. Feb. 10, 1795 : m. 1. Eliza HougL, 
July 19, 1819, who d. Aug. 2, 1819, and m. 2. Palience W. 
Saunders, Dec. 19, 1822, and d., in Leesburgh, Va., Xov. 21, 
1839. 

[876.] 4. AUGUSTUS, b. Jan. 10, 1797 ; m. Maria A. Hall- 
Nov. 20, 1822, and, in 1861, was living in Milford, Conn. He 
had no children. 

[877.J 5. JOHX, (1933) b. July 4, 1799 ; m. 1. Ruth Tutt!^, 
Aug. 28, 1822, who d. Sept. 17, 1829, and ra. 2. 3Iary Thomp- 
son, April 23, 1830, and d., in Cheshire, Sept. 20, 1854. 

[878.] 6. BETSEY, b. April 2, 1802. and d., in Cheshire, 
Oct. 5, 1814. 

[879.] 7. CHARLOTTE, b. Aug. 1, 1805 ; m. Jared Ives, 
who d. June 28, 1861, and she d., in Cheshire, July 2, 1860 

[«80.] 8. JUSTUS, (1937) b. March 1, 1807 ; m. Marietta 
Moss, Jan. 21, 1834, who d. Aug. 23, 1835, and m. 2. Jane 
French, April 11, 1839. He is said to have been living in 
Bethany, Conn., in 1861. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 95 

CHILDREN OF LEVI PECK (366) AND ESTHER, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[881.] 1. ESTHER LOIS, b. March 10, 1800: m. Wyllys 
Tuiid, and d., in Xorthfoid, Conn., April 16, 1853. 

[882.] 2. GEORGE, (1941) b. May 28, 1802; m. L\dia Hall, 
April 21, 1823, who d. Feb. 17, 1857, and, in 1861, he was liv- 
ing in Cheshire. 

[883.J 3. LEVI, (1916) b. May 20, 1808 ; m. Esther Lavina 
Todd, and d., in Cheshire, June 28, 1855. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK, (368) THE FIRST FOUR BORN IN 

CHESHIRE, AND THE OTHERS, EXCEPT CHAUNCEY 

H., IN PROSPECT, CONN. 

[884.] 1. CAROLINE, b. Xov. 22, 1801 ; m. Amos Bronson, 
and, in 1861, was living in Clean, X. Y. 

[885.] 2. EDWARD, (1953) b. June 1, 1803 ; m. Persis S. 
Sianton, March 13, 1838, and d., in Warsaw, N. Y., June 16, 
1854. 

[886.] 3. SAMUEL B., (1960) b. Feb. 22, 1805 ; m. Dency 
Cooke, April 22, 1833, and, in 1861, was living in Muskegon, 
Mich. . 

[887.] 4. EMILY, b. April 24, 1807, and d. unm., in Clean, 
N. Y., Jan. 29, 1856. 

[888.] 5. EXOS T., (1963) b. Xov. 19, 1809 ; m. Harriet 
liurd, in 1835, who d. April 29, 1861. He d., in Greenville, 
Mich., Feb. 23, 1856. 

[889.] 6. FREDERICK, b. Dec. 29, 1811, and d., in Pros- 
pect, Conn., April 29, 1812. 

[890.] 7. ELIZABETH B., b. May 12, 1813, and, in 1861, 
was liviLg unm. in Canandaigua, X. Y. 

[891.] 8. SOLOX B., b. Dec. 31, 1814, and, in 1861, was 
living in Virginia City, Xevada, 

[892.] 9. FREDERICK B., (L969) b. Xov. 11, 1823 ; m. 
Sophia S. Fitch, April 17, 1851, and, in 1861, was living in 
East Bloomfield, X. Y. 



96 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVE^'TH QEXERATION. 

[893.] 10. FRANK S., (1970) b. Nov. 17, 1825 ; m. Caroline 
Bronson, in Nov. 1S5S, and, in 1861, was living in Greenville, 
Mich. 

[891.] 11. PHILANDER A., b. March 23, 1829, and, iu 
1861, was living unm., in Greenville, Mich. 

[895.] 12. JOHN A., (1972) b. June 16, 1831 ; m. Imogen 
L. Sanford, Sept. 17, 1857, and, in 1861, was living in Muske- 
gon, Mich. 

[896.] 13. CHAUNCEY H., b. Nov. 12, 1810, in East Bloom- 
field, N. Y., and, in 1861, was living unm. in Greenville, 3Iich. 

CHILDREN OF THEOPHILUS PECK (371) AND MARY, HLS WIFE. 

[897.] 1. ELECTA, b. in Wallingl'ord, Conn., about 1787, 
and d. unm., ui Lexington, now Jewett, N. Y,, in the Spring of 
1830. 

• [898.J 2. CHARLES, (1971) b. in Lexington, now Jewett, N. 
Y,, Oct. 26, 1789 ; m. Sarah Goslee and d., in Jewett, N. Y., 
Jan. 6, 1866. His wife d. there in 1871. 

[899.] 3. JOEL, (1986) b. in Lexington, now Jewett, N. Y., 
May 13, 1792 ; m. Elizabeth Arnold, and, in 1871, was living 
in Jaynesville, Iowa. His wife was dead in 1874. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (372) AND ABIGAIL, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN LEXINGTON, NOW THE TOWN OF JEWETT, N. Y. 

EXCEPT THE OLDEST, BORN IN WALLINGFORD, CONN, 

[900.] 1. CLARISSA, b. Feb. 13, 1790: m. Ira Whitcomb, 
and, in 1861, was living in Middletown, N. Y., and has since 
died. 

[901.] 2. LOWLY, b. April 28, 1792 ; m. Ransom Wolcott, 
and d., in Webster, N. Y., May 11. 1848. 

[902.] 3. CHAUNCEY, (1995) b. Oct. 31, 1793 ; m. 3Iinerva 
Goslee, and d., in Middletown, N. Y,, in March 1860, 

[903.] 4. GEORGE, b. Feb. 22, 1796 ; m. Clorinda Guun, 
who was living in Catskill, N. Y., in 1876, and he d. there Dec. 
13, 1860. He had no children. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 97 

[904.] 5. ESTHER, b. 3Iay 6, 1798 ; m. .Jesse Barker, and 
d., ia Jewett, N. Y., in 1869. 

[905.] 6. PHILO, b. Jime 8, 1800, and, in 187C, was living 
nnm, m Catskill, X. Y. 

[906.] 7. LUCY, b. Aug. 5, 1802 ; m. Jesse Barker, and d., 
in Jewett, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1823. 

[907.] 8. JOHX, (2002) b. March 2, 1805 ; m. Jane Hosford, 
aud, in 1876, was living in Catskill, X. Y. 

[908.] 9. SUSAN, b. April 2(5, 1807 ; m. Edward Squire, 
3Iay 4, 1828, and d., in Milan, 0., March 12, 1846. 

[909.] 10. ALMIRA, b. May 13, ISIO ; m. Chauncey Rice, 
Nov. 28, 1832, and d., Oct. 13, 1850, in Utica, 3Iich. 

[910. j 11. DENXIS, d. in infancy, in Lexington, now Jew- 
ett, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (373) AND EUNICE, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 

IN FARMINGTON, CONN., EXCEPT THE OLDEST, 

BORN IN WALLINGFORD, CONN. 

[911.] 1. IRA, (2005) b. X^ov. 15, 1790 ; m. Penelope Keyes, 
of Ashford, Conn., Feb. 22, 1823, and d., in Hartford, Conn., 
July 4, 1870. 

[912.] 2. GEORGE, (2014) b. Feb. 10, 1793 ; m. Pamelia 
Clark, Xov. 27, 1814, and d., in West Avon, Conn., May 28, 
1865. 

[913.] 3. CALEB, (2018) b. Aug. 12, 1795 ; m. Lucy Dution, 
and d., in Jewett, X. Y., April 14, 1864. 

[914.] 4. DAMARIS, b. May 4, 1798 ; m. Xathaniel Hull, 
and d., in Jew-ett, X. Y., 31arch 24, 1834. 

[915.] 5. JOHX, b. June 8, 1800, and d. unm., in Marion, 
Ga., Oct. 3, 1825. 

[916.] 6. CHAUXCEY, (2020) b. March 4, 1803 ; m. Lura 
Merwin, and, in 1870, was living in Windham, X. Y. 

[917.] 7. A3IAXDA, b. Feb. 9, 1806 ; m. Remas Merwin, 
and d., in Jewett, X. Y. 



98 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[918.J 8. BENJAMIN, b. July 29, 1808 ; m. Elizabeth Les- 
ter, of Stewart Co., Ga., and d., in Lumpkin, Gra., Dec. 24, 1839. 
He had no children. 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC PECK AND MIRIAM, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN WALLINGFORD, CONN. 

[919. J 1. PAMELIA, b. Jan. 10, 1801, and, in 1875, was 
living unm. in Wallingford, Conn. 

[920.] 2. JOEL, (2027) b. March 22, 1803 ; ra. Ann E. Car- 
rington, May 12, 1810, and d., April 15, 1869, in Wallingford, 
Conn. 

[921.] 3. MAETHA, b. Nov. 5, 1805, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing unm., in Wallingford, Conn. 

[922.] 4. SAMUEL, (2029) b. March 22, 1808 ; m. Eliza 
3Iunson, Dec. 21, 1843, and, in 1875, was living in Wallingford, 
Conn. 

[923.] 5. MARY, b. Dec. 12, 1811, and d. unm., in Walling- 
ford, Conn., about 1865. 

[924.] 6. CHESTER, b. June 28, 1815, and d. unm., in Wal- 
lingford, Jan. 16, 1838. 

CHILDREN OF AMOS PECK (377) AND SYBIL, HIS W^IFE, ALL BORN 

IN LEXINGTON, NOW JEWETT, N. Y., EXCEPT THE OLDEST 

FOUR, WHO WERE BORN IN W^ALLINGFORD, CONN. 

[925.] 1. HARRIET, b. April 13, 1800 ; m. Luther Ford, 
and d., in Lexington, now Jewett, X. Y., April 21, 1821. 

[926.] 2. ORRIX, (2030) b. Feb. 4, 1802 ; m. 1. Yolutia Coe ; 
m. 2. Lucinda Goslee, and, in 1875, was living in Harpersfield, 
N. Y. 

[927.] 3. LEVI, (2035) b. Dec. 27, 1803 ; m. Mary Coe and 
d.. in Jewett, N. Y., in the Spring of 1869. 

[928.] 4. SA:ilUEL, d. in infancy at Wallingford, Conn. 

[929.] 5. MARY, b. Sept. 7, 1809 ; m. Nathaniel Hull, and 
d., in Jewett, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1865. 

[930.] 6. CHARLES B., (2041) b. Jan. 11, 1811 ; m. 1. Stata 
Coe, and, in 1875, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 99 

[931.] 7. JANE, b. May C, 1815 ; m. Alfred Peck (1974) .ind 
d., in Jewett, N. Y., May 22, 1850. 

[932.] 8. LYDIA B., b. Feb. 15, 1818 ; m. Alfred Peck 
(1974) and, in 1870, was living in Great Barrington, Mass. 

[933.] 9. MUNSON, (2048) b. Nov. 18, 1820 ; m. Mary Peck 
(1977) and, in 1870, was living in South Egremont, i\[ass. 
CHILDREN OF JESSE PECK, (381.) 

[934.] 1. DOLLY, b. in Cheshire, Conn., April 15, 1789 ; m. 
Wait P. Green, March 9, 1812, and d. in Barliugton, Iowa. 

[935.] 2. SAMUEL, m. Hannah Manly, of ^larcellus, N. Y., 
and d. in the State of Ohio. 

[936.] 3. JOHN, nothing is known of him ; was last heard 
from on the Mississippi river, so his brother Charles says. 

[937.] 4. EUNICE, b. in Cheshire, Conn., in 1797 ; m. Hiram 
Whitman, Jan. 1, 1818, and d., in Detroit, Mich., in 1828. 

[938.] 5. CHARLOTTE, b. in Cheshire, Conn., and d. young, 
in Marcellus. N. Y. 

[939.] 6. JOEL, (2051) b. in Pompey, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1801 ; 
m. Eliza Hyde, Jan. 23, 1822. He d. in Farmington, 0., in 
Oct. 1869. 

[940.] 7. MAEY, b. in Pompey, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1803 ; m. 
Rev. Russell Downing, Jan. 22, 1821, and d., in Windsor, 0., 
Aug; 2, 1838. 

[941.] 8. BENJAMIN H., (2055) b. in Marcellus, N. Y., 
Dec. 17, 1804; m. Julia Graves, March 9, 1825, and d., in 
Uniontown, Ind., June 18, 1854. 

[942.] 9. CHARLES, (2054) b. in Marcellus, N. Y.. July 16, 
1808 ; m. 1. Assenett Jordan, in 1833, who d. June 10, 1862, 
and m. 2. Eliza Alice Barnes, Feb. 9, 1863, and, in 1870, was 
living in Orwell, 0. He has no children. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES PECK, (387) ALL SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN 

BORN IN CHESHIRE, CONN., EXCEPT THE LAST TWO, 

WHO WERE BORN IN SHAFTSBURY, VT. 

[943.] 1. ELIZA SAMANTHA, b. Nov. 5, 1794, and d. 
unm. April 8, 1825. 



100 PECK QEXEALOGY—SEVEXTH GENERATION. 

[9U.] 2. HARRIET MARIA, b. :N"ov. 15, 1797 ; m. Joiin- 
than B. Xortou, July 18, 1819, who d. Nov. 16, 1831, aud, in 
1862, was living- in Bennington, Vt. 

[945.] 3. ADELINE, b. in Nov. ISOO, and d. in 1801. 

[946.] 4. NANCY, b. Oct. 6, 1802 ; m. Dexter Damon, in 
Dec. 1825, and, in 1862, was living in Bennington, Vt. 

[947.] 5. LAURA ANN, b. Nov. 30, 1805; m. David F. 
Squires, Nov. 30, 1830, and, in 1862, was living in Bennington, 
Vt. 

[948.] 6. CAROLINE AMELIA, b. March 21, 1809 ; m. 
Abel H. Wills, April 20, 1829, and, in 1802, was livmg in Ben- 
nington, Vt. 

[949.] 7. CATHARINE E., b. Oct. 8, 1842, and, in 1862, 
was living unm. in Shaftsbury, Vt. 

[950.] 8. 3IARY E., b. Oct. 31, 1846, and, in 1862, was 
living unm. in Shaftsbury, Vt. 

CHILDREN OF JOEL PECK (388) AND ABIGAIL, HIS W^IFE. 

[951.] 1. CORNELIA, b. in Cheshire, Conn., Feb. 21, 1806, 
and, in 1861, was living unm. in Scott, N. Y. 

[952.] 2. MATILDA, b. in Cheshire, Conn,, March 9, 1809 ; 
m. "William M. Elston, and, in 1861, was living in Scott, N. Y. 
' [953.] 3. ARABELLA, b. in Cheshire, Conn., Feb. 18, 1812; 
m. Josiah P. Fuller, and, in 1861, was living in Scott, N. Y. 

[954.] 4. JULIA A., b. in Marcellus, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1815 ; 
m. John H. Gillett, and, in 1861, was living in Scott, N. Y. 

[955.J 5. EDWARD, b. in Marcellus, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1818 ; 
.m. Julia A. Miller, and, in 1861, was living in West Haw ley, 
Mass. Had no children, except one who d. three days old. 

[956.] 6. AUGUSTUS T., b. in Scott, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1821, 
and, in 1861, was living unm. in Scott, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (390) AND LUCINDA, HIS WIFE. 

[957.] 1. HENRY, (2063) b. in Cheshire, Conn., Dec. 22, 
1806 ; m. Laura Olds, and d., in Bristol, Conn., Oct. 17, 1873. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GEXEKATION. 101 

[958.] 2. GEORGE, (2067) b.,m Cheshire, Conn., June 23, 
1809 ; m. Jane DeMunn and d., in Hinsdale, X. Y., Jan. 22, 
1846.- 

[959.J 3. LOUISA, b. ia Marcellns, N. Y., 3Iarch 17, 1813 ; 
m. Charles Bailey, and, in 1872, was living in Bristol, Conn. 

[960.] 4. ADELINE, b. in Bristol, Conn., Feb. 5, 1816 ; m. 
Elisha Thompson, and, in 1872, was living in Bristol, Conn. 

[961.] 5. RICHARD, b. in Bristol, Conn., April 4, 1820, and 
d. there Xov. 4, 1827. 

[962.] 6. JOHN, (2071) b. in Bristol, Conn., Sept. 22, 1822 ; 
m. 3Iaria Jacocks, and, in 1872, was living in West Meriden, 
Conn. 

[963.] 7. CHARLES, (2074) b. in Bristol, Conn., May 22, 
1824 ; m. Lucia Lane, of Plymouth, Conn., and, in 1872, was 
living in Bristol, Conn. 

. [964.] 8. JULIUS, b. in Bristol, Conn., June 13, 1830 ; m. 
1. Phebe Allen, who d. in 1865 He again m., and, in 1872, 
was living in Belmond, Iowa. He had no children. 

[965.J 9. JAXE, b. in Bristol, Conn., May 20, 1832; m. 
"William H. Alvord, and, in 1872, was living in Brooklyn, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF JESSE S. PECK (392) AND SALLY, HIS WIFE. 

[966.] ]. OLIYE, b. in 3Iiddletown. Conn., Feb. 15, 1793 ; 
m. 1. John Beers, of Xcw Haven, Conn., and m. 2. John Winn, 
of Kingston, C. W., and, in 1862, was living in Racine, Wis. 

[967.] 2. JESSE," (2078; b. in Middletown, Conn., Oct. 9, 
1795 ; m. Mary Ann Seagreaves, of Allentown, Penn., and, in 
1872, was living in Balfalo, X. Y. 

[968.] 3. CHARLES, (2080) b. in Middletown, Conn., Aug. 
22, 1797 ; m 2lary Beach, of Henderson, Ky., and d. there. 

[969.] 4. SARAH, b. in Xew York city, July 3, 1799 : m. 
.Tooathan Buddington, of Xew Haven, in Jan. 1824, and was' 
living in Dunkirk, X. Y., in 1862. 

[970.] 5. JOHX B., b. in Xew Hampshire, July 8, 1801 ; 
was m. and d. in Indiana, in Oct. 1821. He had no children. 



102 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENEKATION. 

[9V1.] 6. b. HIRA31, b. iu Eaton, C. W., .Tun. 1, 1804 ; m. 
1. Amanda Doan, and ni. 2' Mary Nichols, and d., in Auburn, 
X. Y., Jan. 10, 1815. He Lad no children. 

CHILDREN OF MILES PECK (393) AND EUNICE, HIS WIFE. 

[972.J 1. SALINA, b. in Wallingford, Conn., Sept. 17, 1797 ; 
m. Jonah Curtiss and d., in Walliug-ford, Conn., Sept. 2S, 1829. 

[973.] 2. EUNICE, b. hi Wallmgford, Conn., Dec. 25, 1804 ; 
m. 3Iiles Ives and d., in Wallingford, Conn., Oct. 13, lb55. 

[974] 3. MILES, (2096) b. in Montreal, C. W., Dec. 2, 1^10 ; 
m. Emily Steele, of Berlin, Conn., and, in 1802, was living iu 
Kansas. 

[975.] 4. HARPJET 31., b. in Wallingford, Conn., Oct. 7, 
1814 ; m. Myron Tuttle, and, in 1802, was living in New Pres- 
ton, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JESSE PECK, (395) ALL BORN IN FARMINGTON, CONN. 

[976.J 1. JOEL, (2098) b. Feb. 5, 1808 ; m. Charlotte M. 
Scoville, and d., in Farmington, Conn., April 15, 1872. 

[977.] 2. MARY, b. May 10, 1809; m. William Frisbie, 
Sept. 10, 1829, and d., in Westport, X. Y., Dec. 15, 1855. 

[978.] 3. SUSAN, b. Feb. 15, 1811, and d., m Farmington, 
Conn., m Dec! 1812. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD PECK, (396.) 

[979.] 1. SARAH, b. in Shelburne, 3Ia3S., Nov. 13, 1776 ; 
m. Jesse Whitcomb, and d., in Indiana, about 1859. 

[980.] 2. SAMUEL, (2103) b. in Shelburne, Mass., Jan. 4, 
1778 ; m. Amelia Briggs and d., in Lexington, N. Y., Dec. 21, 
1853. 

[981.] 3. RICHARD, (2115) b. m Shelburne, 3Iass., July 23, 
1780 ; ra. Permelia Rowley and d., in Windham, N. Y., Dec. 
5, 1813. 

[982.] 4. TENNANT, (2121) b. in Shelburne, Mass., Jan. 4, 
1782 ; m. Polly Moore and d., in Freeport, 111., 3Iarch 21, 186G. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 103 

[983.] 5. ELIFF, b. in Shelbume, Mass., in Dec. 1783 ; m. 
Noali Dimniick and d., in Middletown, X. Y., in June 1817. 

[984.] 6. JEMI3IA, b. in Spencertown, N. Y., in 1785 ; m. 
Philemon Chamberlin and d., in Lexington, X. Y., in 1832. 

[985.] 7. HAXXAH, b. in Spencertown, N. Y., in Oct, 
1787 ; m. John E. Burhans, and, in 1870, was living in Venciia, 
Ulster Co., N. Y. 

[986.] 8. JOHN, b. in Woodstock, X. Y., in 17-^9, and d., in 
Windham, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1802. 

[987.] 9. POLLY, b. in Woodstock, X. Y., in 1793 ; m. John 
Beach and d., in Bridgeport, Conn., in 1850. 

[988.J 10. PELECt C, b. in Windham, X. Y., April 4, 1790, 
and d. there unm., Oct. 25, 1815. 

[989. i 11. ELIZABETH, b. in Windham, X. Y., April 1, 
1798 ; m. Luman Hull, and, in 1875, was living in Dui'ham, 
X. Y. 

[990. J 12. JOHX C, (2131) b, in Windham, X. Y., Aug. 8, 
1802 ; m. Xancy Hull, Xov. 18, 182-4, and, in 1877, was livmg 
in Durham, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (397) AND LUCRETIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[991.] 1. LUCRETIA, b. Aug. 11, 1782, and d. unm., in 
Albany, X. Y., Oct. 28, 1871. 

[992.] 2. FAXXY, b. in 1784, and d. unm., in Lyme, Conn., 
in 1801. 

[993.] 3. HAXXAH, b. in March 1790, and d. unm., in 
Albany, X. Y., Aug. 21, 1838. 

[994.] 4. FRAXCIS, b. Sept. 14, 1792; m. Cynthia Xew- 
bury, Sept. 19, 1819, and d., in South Wii.dsor, Conn., Jan. 9, 
1857. He had no children. 

[995.] 5, SAMUEL, b. in 1794, and d. unm., in Lyme, Conn., 
in July 1824. 

[996.] 6. PETER, (2136) b. July 13, 1796 ; m Amelia Day, 
Dec. 29, 1828, and d., in Albany, X. Y., May 24, 1854. His 
wife d. April 3, 1871, aged 77 years. 



104 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF ABNER PECK (400) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN SHELBURNE, MASS. 

[997.] 1. HANNAH, b. 31ay 25, 1791, and d. uum., in Sliol- 
bnrne, Mass., Nov. 5, 1815. 

[998.] 2. ABNER, (2138) b. May 15, 1793 ; m. Rt^be'cra 
Broad, Nov. 21,1812; migrated from Lyme, Conn., to Levoreit, 
Mass., about 1816, and d., in Shelburne, Mass., Feb. 3, 1839. 

[999.] 3. PETER, (2145) b. June 16, 1795 : m. Ardelia Tu- 
bey, Oct. 21, 1824, and, in 1868, was living- in Shelburne, Mass. 

[1000.] 4. MARY, b. July 23, 1797, and d. unm., in Shel- 
burne, Mass., Sept. 9, 1856. 

[1001.] 5. FANNY, b. June 6, 1800 ; m. Samuel Nims, in 
Sept. 1824, and, in 1868, was living in Grattan. 0. 

CHILDREN OF JASON PECK (402) AND RH(JDA, HIS WIFE. 

[1002.] 1. PHEBE, b. in Windham, N. Y., Fel). 16, 1796 : 
m. Nathaniel Sutton, Feb. 5, 1822, and d., in Reading, N. Y., 
Oct. 9, 1832. 

[1003.] 2. JASON W., (2151) b. in Windham, N. Y., Aug. 
2, 1797 ; m. Susan Sutten, Oct. 28, 1822, and d., at N. Reading. 
N. Y., Nov. 23, 1863. 

1004.] 3. ERASTUS, (2160) b. in Windham, N. Y., Dec. i, 
1799 ; m. Lydia Bailey, Nov. 2, 1831, and d., m Reading, N. 
Y., April 22, 1840. 

[1005.] 4. TENNANT, (2166) b. in Windham, N. Y., Dec. 
19,1801; m. Dorinda Sutten, and, in 1869, was living in Read- 
ing, N. Y. . 

[1006.1 5. RHODA, b. in Windham, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1803: 
m. Jacob Gaultry and d., in Tyrone, N. Y., March 21, 1839. 

[1007.J 6. BENONI, (2175) b. in Lexington, N. Y., April 4, 
1806 : m. Clarissa Thompson, June 6, 1831, and, in 1869, was 
living at Beaver Dam, N. Y. 

[1008.] 7. SOPHRONA, b. in Lexington, N. Y.. Feb. 6, 
1809 ; ra. Ziba Bailey, and d., at La Porte, Ind., March 13, 
1846. 



PECK GEXEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 105 

[1009.] 8. ANNIS, b. in Readiug, N. Y., 3Iay 1, 1812, and 
was living there unm. in 1869. 

CHILDREN OF MARTIN PECK, (195) ALL SAID TO HAVE BEEN BORN 

IN LYME, CONN., EXCEPT AMANDA AND FANNY, 

WHO WERE BORN IN HECTOR, N. Y. 

[1010.] 1. XANCY, m. David Barman, and d., in Cincin- 
nati, 0. 

[1011.] 2. LUCY, b. Dec. 7, 1785 ; m. Caleb Smith, March 
30, 1806, and d., in Hector, X. Y., Sept. 10, 1838. 

[1012.] 3. CLARISSA, b. May 6, 1787 ; m. Charles Everts, 
and d., in Hector, X. Y., May 6, 1818. 

[1013.] 4. JOEL, (2181) b. March 21, 1793 ; m. X^ancy 
Bailey, Feb. 13, 1811, who d. Aug. 10, 1S32, and m. 2. Esther 
Benedict, June 2, 1833, and d., in Xew York city, Sept. 1, 1837- 

[10 L4.] 5. POLLY, b. Dec. 1, 1791; m. Adam Case, in Dec. 
1820, and d., in Hector, X^. Y., Sept. 30, 1830. 

[1015.] 6. SALLY, b. in 1796 ; m. Isaac Hager, in 1815, and, 
in 1871, was living in "Wellsborough, Penu. 

[1016.] 7. PHALLY, m. 1. Daniel Case, and again m. and, 
in 1871, was living in Kankakee, 111. 

[1017.] 8. AMAXDA, b. 3Iay 2, 1800 ; m. Lyman Reynolds, 
Sept. 5, 1818, and d., in Reynoldsville, X\ Y., July 5, 1828. 

[1018.] 9. FAXXY, b. April 23, 1808 ; m. James Reeve, 
June 24, 1828, and, in 1871, was living in Elmira, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF DARIUS PECK (407) AND LYDIA, HIS WIFE. 

[1019.] 1. BETSEY, b. in Lyme, Conn., Oct. 29, 1787 ; m. 
Isaac Bigelow and d., in Phelps, X. Y., in 1850. 

[1020.] 2. ELISHA. (2192) b. in Conway, 31ass., April 11, 

1789 ; m. 1. Lucinda Warner, who d. in 1813 ; m. 2. Percy 
Scott, who d. in 1836, and m. 3. Sarah L. Crouch, and d., in 
Phelps, X. Y., 3Iay 6, 1868. 

[1021.J 3. HORACE, (2199) b. in Conway, Mass., Jau. 10, 

1790 ; m. Sebe Chapman and d., in Phelps, X. Y., Aug. 3, 1867. 



106 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1022.] 4. LYDIA, b. in Conway, 31ass., Oct. 15, 1VD2 ; m. 
William Ottley, and, in 1869, was living in Phelps, X. Y. 

[1023.] 5. DARIUS, (2207) b. in Conway, 3Iass., Nov. 20, 
1794 ; m. 1. Betsey Raymond, and m. 2. Phebe Williams, and, 
in 1869, was living in Throopsville, N. Y. 

[1024.] 6. ELIJAH, b. in Conway, 3Iass., Oct. 21, 1796, and 
d., in Conway, Mass., Nov. 26, 1798. 

[1025.] 7. FANNY, b. in Conway, Mass., Aug. 20, 179S ; 
m. William Crittenden, and d., in Phelps, N. Y""., in 1850. 

[1026.] 8. ENOCH, (2212) b. in Conway, Mass., Aug. 22, 
1800 ; m. 1. Julitta Ann Jones, who d. April 17, 1835 : m. 2. 
Cornelia Ann vSwan, who d. Aug. 20, 1848, and m. 3. Almira 
Dixon, and, in 1869, was living in Phelps, N. Y., where he was 
a practising physician. 

[1027.] 9. IRA, (2216) b. in Conway, 3Iass., July 20, 1802 : 
m. Polly Porter, and, in 1869, was living in Phelps, N. Y". 

[1028.] 10. ANN, b. in Conway, 3Iass. ; m. Daniel Stuart, 
and, in 1869, was living in Phelps, N. Y. 

[1029.] 11. CHARLES, b. in Phelps, N. Y., and was living 
there unm. in 1869. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN MOORE PECK (410) AND ABIGAIL, HIS T\-IFE, 
ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1030.] 1. DARIUS, b. Dec. 8, 1798, and d. unm., in Leices- 
ter, Mass., in 1820. 

[1031.] 2. SETH MARVIN, (2220) b. Jan. 4, 1800 ; m. 
Sarah Pierson, of Lyme, Conn., Sept. 9, 1824, and d., in Beth- 
any, N. Y., March 11, 1868. 

[1032.] 3. JOHN MOORE, (2226) b. Aug. 27, 1802 ; m. 
Lucinda Odiorne, and, in 1869, was living in Jackson, 2[ich. 

[1033.] 4. BETSEY, b. Oct. 21, 1803 ; m. Isaac Perkins, 
and, in 1869, was living in Wyoming, N. Y. 

[1034.] 5. WILLIAM, (2239) b. April 20, 1805 ; ra. Pamelia 
Pilkins, and, in 1869, was living in Wyoming, N. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY— SEVENTH GENERATION. 1()7 

[1035.] 6. JOSHUA, (2258) b. 3Iarch 22, 1806 ; m. 1. Almo- 
na Manwaring ; m. 2. Althea Calhoun, and m. 3. Xancy 
Tamer, and, in 1872, d. at Grass Lake, Mich. 

[1036.] 7. DANIEL B., (2247) b. May 23, 1807 ; m. 1. Eliza- 
beth Odiorne and m. 2. Emeline E. Marvin, and, in L876, was 
living in "Warsaw, N. Y. 

[1037.] 8. JEMI3IA, b. in 1809 ; m. David Filkins, and, in 
1869, was living in Bethany, X. Y. 

[1038.] 9. ABIGAIL, b. July 31, 1812 ; ra. Samuel Odiorne, 
and d., in Grand Haven, Mich., in 1868. 

[1039.] 10. JOSEPH, (2267) b. Sept. 16, 1811; m. Juliet 
Tubbs, and d., in Bethany, X. Y., Jan. 19, 1867. 

[1040.] 11. BENJA3IIX, (2271) b. Sept. 16, 1814 ; m. Emily 
Wells, Sept. 8, 1841, and, in 1869, was living in Staceyville, 
Iowa. 

[1041.] 12. MAEGARET, b. in 1816, and d. unm., in Beth- 
any, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1850. 

[1042.] 13. SAEAH, b. in 1818; m. 1. William Wilson, and 
m. 2. Jacob Ross, and, in 1869, was living in Conesus, N. Y. 

[1043.] 14. PHEBE, b. in Nov. 1820 ; m. Chestar W. Dur- 
fee, and, in 1869, was living in Bethany, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF TIMOTHY PECK, (4L4) ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1044.] 1. CHARLES L., b. Aug. 1806, and d. unm., at La- 
hina, Sandwich Islands, May 3, 1845. 

[1045.] 2. ELISHA S., (2279) b. June 3, 1809 ; m. Caroline 
Slate March 30, 1855 ; was a physician and d., in Lyme, Jan. 
7, 1860. 

[1046.] 3. TIMOTHY HOLLIS, (2280) b. Sept. 15, 1812 ; 
m, Irene E. Gillette, Sept. 30, 1845, and, in 1869, was living in 
Lyme, Conn. 

[1047.] 4. WILLIA3I L., b. in 1814, and d. unm., in Lyme, 
Conn., April 12, 1836. 

[1048.] 5. ELIZABETH C, b. in 1816, and d. unm., in 
Lyme, Conn., May 12, 1836. 



108 PECK GENEALOGY-SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1049.] 6. CAROLINE M., b. April 18, 1818 ; m. .Tared 
Watrous, Dec. 20, 1842, and, in 1869, was living in Lyme, Conn. 

[1050.] 7. Tn03L\S B., b. Sept. 2, 1819 : m. Hepsibah S. 
Tooker, Sept. 17, 1850, and, in 1869, was living in Lyme, Conn. 

[1051.] 8. LOUISA M., b. Jan. 9, 1822 ; m. Benajali P. Bill, 
in Sept. 18o0, and d., in Lyme, Conn., Jan. 28, 1867. 

[1052.] 9. MARIOX A., b. March 2L. 1824; m. Frederick 
Brockway, in April, 1848, and, in 1869, was living in Say brook, 
Conn. 

[1053.] 10. EMMA E., b. July 12, 1835 , m. John X. Peck, 
(2230) April 22, 1862, and, in 1869, was living in Jackson, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL PECK (417) AND PERSIS, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN STAFFORD, CONN. 

[1054.] 1. ELISHA, (2282) b. in 1798; m. 1. 3Iary Jane 
Averill, and m. 2. Sarah 0. 3IcLean, Sept. 5, 1839, and d., in 
New York city, Jan. 18, 1863. 

. [1055.] 2. ELIZA, b. April 18, 1800 ; m. Aholiab B. Johnson 
and, in 1867, was living in Enfield, Conn. 

[1056.] 3. CLARISSA, b. 3Iarch 11, 1802 ; m. 1. Dr. Ploratio 
Hamilton, and m. 2. Col. Oliver Collins, and, in 1867, was liv- 
ing in Soraers, Conn. 

[1057.] 4. PERSIS L., b. April 22, 1804 ; m. Rev. .Martin 
Tapper, April 13, 1828, and, in 1867, was living in Hardwick. 
Mass. 

[1058.] 5. DANIEL A., (2286) b. Aug. 4, 1806 ; m. Joanna 
H. Strickland, May 28, 1835, and, in 1867, was living in Elling- 
ton, Conn. 

[1059.] 6. ERASMUS D., (2291) b. Sept. 15, 18; ;8. Having 
early adopted the medical profession, for which he was well . 
educated, he removed from Statford, Conn., to the State of 
Ohio, in 1828, and finally settled in Perrysburgh, in that State, 
wh^re he resided until his decease, Dec. 25, 1876. He m. 1. 
Mary T. Lincoln, who d., at Washington, D. C, Jan. 20, 1873, 
and m. 2. Mrs. C. T. Robertson, Sept. 24, 1874. He was very 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 109 

highly respected and esteemed, not only as an able, kind and 
skillful physician, but as an enterprising business man and a 
most valuable citizen. He was a represencative in the Ohio 
Legislature from 1855 to 1859, inclusive, and in the 41st and 
42d Congresses, from the 10th Congressional District of the 
State of Ohio, in 1870 to 1873. 

[1060.] 7. EMILY A., b. Jan. 0, 1811 ; m. Henry Gay, and 
d., in Stafford, Conn., March 2, 1835. 

[1061.] 8. AUGUSTA L., b. Jan. 1, 1813 ; m. George Pow- 
ers, Oct. 10, 1833, and d., in Perrysburgh, Ohio, in Sept. 
1872. 

[1062.] 9. ELEAZER A., (2292) b. Dec. 15, 1815 ; m. Lucy 
E. "Wildman, of Hartford, Conn., June 4, 1839, and, in 1877, 
was living in Troy, N. Y. 

[1063.] 10. ASENATH, b. Xov. 25, 1818; m. Henry Aver- 
ill, April 24, 1838, and, in 1877, was living in Perrysburgh, 
Ohio. 

CHILDREN OF EZEKIEL PECK (419) AND LUCINA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN EAST .HADDA:M, CONN. 

[1064.] 1. DANIEL, (2295) b. Oct. 4, 1801 ; m. Maria Olm- 
sted, isov. 5, 1832, and, in 1867, was living in Millington. Conn. 

[1065.] 2. CLARISSA M., b. Oct. 23, 1803 ; m. Dr. Datus 
"Williams, Aug. 25, 1824, and, in 1867, was living in East Had- 
dam, Conn. 

[1066.] 3. LUCINA P., b. Oct. 4, 1806; m. Halsey Brown, 
Nov. 22, 1843, and, in 1867, was living in East Haddam, Conn. 

[1067.] 4. EZEKIEL Y., (2301) b. Dec. 23, 1808 ; m. Esther 
J. Eaton, in Nov., 1842, and, in 1867, was living in Akron, 
Ohio. 

[1068.J 5. ERASTUS F., (2307) b. Feb. 6, 1811; m. Sophia 
Swan, March 13, 1832, and, in 1867, was living in East Had- 
dam, Conn. 

[1069.] 6. JERUSHA H., b. May 23, 1813, and d. in infan- 
cy, in East Haddam, Conn. 



110 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1070.] 7. ROSWELL C, (2310) b. June 30, 1815 ; m. Eliza- 
beth S. Parker, Nov. 27, 1850, and, iu 18G7, "^'ns living in East 
Haddam, Conn. 

[1071.] 8. THEODORE D., b. Nov. 19, 1817, and d. unra., 
in New York city, May 26, 18-45. 

[1072.] 9. ELIZA A., b. June 18, 1820, and, in 1867, Nvas 
living unm. in East Haddam, Conn. 

[1073.] 10. HORATIO H., b. July 28, 1822, and d. unm., in 
East Haddam, "Conn., June 15, 1857. 

[1074.] 11. JOSEPH v., (2317) b. July 22, 1825 ; m. Abecca 
Shull, Sept. 13, 1854, and, in 1867, was living in Penn's ^lanor, 
Penn. 

CHILDREN OF ELIJAH PECK (425) AND CLARISSA, HIS ^YIFE. 

[1075.] 1. RICHARD E., (2323) b. in Burlington, N. Y., 
Feb. 8, 1808 ; m. 1. 3Iary Taft, Feb. 14, 1833 ; m. 2. Almii-a 
Taft, Sept. 10, 1840, and m. 3. Olive A. Griggs, Dec. 10, 1857, 
and, in 1867, was living in 3Iourop, Ohio. 

[1076.] 2. ERASTUS, (2330). b. in Burlington, N. Y., Aug. 
20, 1809 ; m. Candace Fox, July 1, 1832, and, in 1867, was liv- 
ing in Kiogsville, 0. 

[1077.] 3. JEDEDIAH, b. in Burlington, N. Y., Dec. 15, 
1811, and d unm., in Sheffield, Ohio, Feb. 29, 1832. 

[1078.] 4. ELISHA, (2334) b. in 3Ionroe, 0., Sept. 7, 1816 : 
m. Amanda Richmond, Nov. 26, 1843, and, in 1867, was living 
in Elkhart, Ind. 

[1079.] 5. ELIJAH, (2339) b. in Monroe, 0., Dec. 9, 1818 ; 
m. Adaline Colby, June 7, 1844, and, in 1867, was living in 
Sheffield, Ohio. 

[1080.] 6. CLARISSA, b. in Monroe, 0., Oct. 14, 1820, and 
d. unm., in Sheffield, Ohio, Sept, 7, 1839. 

[1081.] 7. DAVID W., (2342) b. in Monroe, 0., July 22 
1823 ; m. Julia A. Smith, Feb. 22, 1856, and, in 1867, was liv- 
ing in Denmark, Ohio. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. Ill 

[1082.] 8. EMELINE, b. iii Mouroe, Ohio, Sept. 22, 1826 ; 
m. William 0. Lillie, Sept. 23, 1853, and, iu 1867, was living 
in Shetneld, Ohio. 

CHILDREN OF PETER PECK (426) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, THE 

FIRST THREE BORN IN BURLINGTON, N. Y., AND THE 

LAST THREE BORN IN MONROE, OHIO. 

[1083.J 1. ELI.JAH, b. Jan. 2, 1810, and d., in Burlington, 
N. Y., Aug. 23,1811. 

[1084.] 2. POLLY, b. April 21, 1811 ; m. Daniel Campbell, 
March 25, 1838," and, in 1868, was living in Columbus Grove, 
Ohio. 

[1085.] 3. ESTHER, Sept. 9, 1813 ; m. John Kitchell,' 
March 29, 1833, and, iu 1868, was living in Palmyra, Iowa. 

[1086.] 4. PETER, (2345) b. Jan. 25, 1818 ; m. 1. 3Lary 
Maxwell, Sept. 2Q, 1836, and m. 2. Sarah Tyler, June 20, 1848, 
and, in 1868, was living in Millburgh, 3Iich. 

[1087.J 5. SARAH, b. June 18, 1819, and d., in Monroe, 0., 
April 19, 1821. 

[1088.] 6. SARAH ANN, b. June 15, 1823 ; m. 1. Joseph 
Jenkins, July 4, 1844, and m. 2. Lewis V*^ells, Jan. 25, 1846, 
and, in 1868, was living in Indianola, Iowa. 

ONLY CHILD OF JEDEDIAH PECK, (428.) 

[1089.] TABITHA E., b in Fredericktown, 0., June 13, 
1829 ; m. Avery D. Martin, Jan. 26, 1859, and, m 1868, was 
living in Fredericktown, Ohio. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM E. PECK (429) AND RHAMA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN BURLINGTON, N. Y. 

[1090.] 1. RUAMA H., b. Jan. 6, 1811 ; m. 1. Clark Bur- 
dick, and m. 2. Nelson Bromley, and, in 1866, was living in 
York Center, Wis. 

[1091.] 2. BETSEY ANN, b. Aug. 31, 1813 ; m. Austin 
Holdridge, and, in 1866, was living in Holley, Mich. 



112 PECK GEXEALOGY— SEVENTH GEN-ERATIOX. 

[1092.] 3. CALYIX H., b. April 15, 1814 ; m. Lydia Briggs, 
and, iu 1866, was living in Ives Grove, Wis. 

[1093.] 1. LUCRETIA, b. April 29, 1816 ; m. Alexander 
Dewey, and, iu 1866, was living in Wiufield, N. Y. 

[1091.] 5. DEBORAH T., b. June 20, 1819 ; ra. Welcome 
Manchester, and, in 1860, was living in Prarie, Wis. 

[1095.] 0. JEDEDIAH W., b. July 25, 1821 ; m. Adaline 
Randall, and, in 1866, was living in Elkliorn, Wis. 

[1096.] 7. CAROLINE H., b. July 2Q, 1823 ; m. ■. 

Hicks, and, in 1866, was living in Spring Prarie, Wis. 

[1097.] 8. CHARALDINE, b. May 11, 1826 ; m. William 
McLellan and d., in El Paso, 111., June 21, 1865. 

|>098.] 9. ALBERT E., b. July 10, 1831 ; m. Alvira Hunt- 
ington, and, in 1866, was living in Pleasant Valley, Minn. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH H. PECK (131) AND SOPHARA, HIS '>VIFE, 
ALL BORN IN BURLINGTON, N. Y. 

[1099.] 1. ELISHA ERWIN, b. Nov. 11, 1831, and d., in 
Ypsilanti, Mich., Jan. 23, 1839. 

[1100.] 2. ELIZABETH L., was living unm. in Rockford, 
111., in 1865, 

CHILDREN OF ELISHA PECK (435) A^iD OLIVE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN VICTOR, N. Y. 

[1101.] 1. MYROX H., (2352) b. May 28, 1828 ; m. Delia 
M. Bickford, Aug. 22, 1849 ; is a lawyer, and, in 1877, was 
living in Batavia, N. Y. 

[1102.] 2. GEORGE W., b. Dec. 17, 1830, and d., in Victor. 
N. Y., Aug. 21, 1832. 
.\ [1103.] 3. AXNIE E., b. Feb. 6, 1832 ; m. John A. Guile, 
Oct. 20, 1859, and, in 1869, was living in Rochester, X. Y'. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN PECK (436) AND MARY, HIS WIFE. 

[1104.]* 1. MARY ANN, b. in Cleveland, 0., Oct. 1, 1836 ; 
m. Louis Adleblute, since deceased, and, in 1865, was living in 
Delaware, 0. 



PECK GENEALOGY— SEVENTH GENERATION. 113 

[1105.J 2. SARAH ELLEX, b. in Knox Co., 0., March 17, 
1S38 ; m. Stephen 31. Prouty, and, in 1805, was living in Dela- 
ware, 0. 

[1106.] 3. LOUISA JAXE, b. in Delaware, 0., May 11, 
1810 ; m. Richard Heath, and, in 1865, was living in Delaware, 
Ohio. 

[1107.] 4. EDWIN A., b. in Delaware, O., .luly 1, 1812, and 
d., 3rarch 2, 1850, in Delaware, 0. 

[1108.] 5. ERVIX B., b. in Delaware, 0., Jan. 9, 1844, and, 
in 1865, was living unm. in Delaware, 0. 

[1109.] 6. HARRIET A., b. in Delaware, 0., Nov. 1, 1846, 
and, in 1865, was living unm. in Delaware, 0. 

[1110.] 7. DAVID H., b. in Delaware, 0., July 1, 1849, and 
was living there in 1865. 

[1111.] 8. WILLIAM H., b. in Delaware, 0., June 1, 1855, 



CHILDREN OF SILAS PECK (439) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, THE FIRST 
BORN IN RACINE, WIS., THE OTHERS IN BURLINGTON, WIS. 

[1112.] 1. NEWTOX^ b. Sept. 14, 1836, and, in 1865, was 
unm. and in the U. vS. Army. 

[1113.J 2. WILLIAM H., b. Jan. 17, 1841, and, m 1865, 
was living unm. in Burlington, Wis. 

[1114.] 3. JULIA, b. Sept. 5, 1844, and, in 1865, was living 
unm. in Burlington, Wis. 

[1115.] 4. ANX^ ELIZA, b. April 7, 1850. and, in 1865, was 
living in Burlington, Wis. 

[1116.] 5. MEXSO W., b. March 23, 1855, and, in 1866, 
was living in Burlington, Wis. 

CHILDREN OF SILAS PECK (441) AND ABBY, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 

IN PITTSFIELD, N. Y., EXCEPT THE LAST THREE, WHO 

WERE BORN IN NEW BERLIN, N. Y. 

[1117.] 1. XELSON C, (2358) b. July 4, 1811 ; m. 1. Adra 
Fish, Dec. 8, 1837, who d. May 24, 1842 ; m. 2. Elizabeth John- 



114 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

son, April 10, 1843, and, in 1870, was living in Now Berlin, 
N. Y. 

[1118.J 2. POLLY L., b. Oct. 13, 1813, and d., May 1, 181G, 
in Pittsfield, N. Y. 

[1119.] 3. LY3IAX Z., (2364) b. Nov. 6, 1815 ; m. Maria A. 
Johnson, 3Iarch 5, 1840, and, in 1870, was living in Pittsfield, 
N. Y. 

[1120.] 4. ANN ELIZA, b. Sept. 23, 1818; m. Isaac Wet- 
more, Feb. 14, 1841, and, in 1870, was living in New Berlin, 
N. Y. 

[1121.] 5. POLLY M., b. Nov. 1, 1820 ; m. Milo Goodspeed, 
June 18, 1867, and. in 1870, was living in Pittsfield, N. Y. 

[1122.] 6. ABBY, b. July 26, 1824 ; m. Charles Hitchcock, 
and, in 1870, was living in Morris, N. Y. 

[1123.] 7. DIANA, b. Dec. 30, 1826, and d., Feb. 3, 1829, in 
New Berlin, N. "Y. 

[1124.] 8. SILAS 14., b. June 21, 1829 ; m. Jane Dixon, July 
4, 1853, and, in 1870, was living in New Berlin, N. Y. He had 
no children. 

[1125.] 9. DELIA, b. Feb. 22, 1832 ; m. George Strator, 
June 26, 1855, and, in 1870, was living in New Berlin, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD C. PECK (442) AND DU'ISA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW LYME, O. 

[1126.] 1. SALLY, b. Nov. 5, 1819 ; m. Jonathan Foreman, 
and, in 1870, was living in Austinburgh, 0. 

[1127.] 2. HIRAM, (2370) b. March 11, 1821; m. Harriet 
Simmons, May 20, 1851, and, in 1870, was living in Rome, 0. 

[1128.] 3. EDWARD C, (2374) b. Oct. 18, 1823 ; m. 1. 3Iary 
Way ; m. 2. Alice Allen, and d., in New Lyme, 0., April 18, 
1870. 

[1129.] 4. MATTHEAV G., (2375) b. May 30, 1826 ; m. 
Wealthy Knowles, and, in 1870, was living in New Lyme, 0. 

[1130.] 5. ANSEL, b. March 26, 1828, and d., in New Lyme, 
0., Dec. 29, 1846. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 115 

[1131.] 6. MxVRIETTE, b. March 30, 1834; ra. John Au- 
derson and d., in Trumbull, 0., May 3, 1866. 

[1132.] 7. LOUISA, b. Feb. 21, 1836 ; m. Samuel N. Wood- 
ruff, and, in 1870, was living in New Lyme, O. 

CHILDREN OF LYMAN PECK (445) AND LAURA E., HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW LYME, OHIO. 

[1133.] 1. FENNIMORE E., (2380) b. Feb. 29, 1832 ; m. 
Marion Rogers, Dec. 26, 1866, and, in 1870, was living in Xew 
Lyme, 0. 

[1134.] 2. PLUMMER W., b. July 31, 1833, and d., in New 
Lyme, 0., Oct. 14, 1834. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM D. PECK AND ZIPPORAH, HIS WIFE. 

[1135.] 1. WILLIAM S., (2381) b. in New Lyme, 0., Dec. 
10, 1817 ; m. Elizabeth Araick, Feb. 7, 18o9, and, in 1870, was 
living in Fairfield, Iowa. 

[1136.] 2. MAHALA M., b. in New Lyme, 0., July 20, 
1819 ; m. Alanson Cooley in Nov., 1843, and d., in Batavia, 
111., Feb. 2, 1864. 

[1137.] 3. BETSEY, b. in New Lyme, 0., 3Iarch 20, 1821 ; 
m. David Cipperly, In Nov., 1842, and, in 1870, was living in 
Beaver, Iowa. 

[1138.] 4. LOVISA, b. in New Lyme, 0., July 25, 1823 ; m. 
John Thompson in Sept., 1850, and, in 1870, was living in vSt. 
Louis, Mo. 

[1139.] 5. JOSIAH J., (2387) b. in New Lyme, 0., Oct. 11, 
1828 ; m. Catharine Scott, Oct. 7, 1850, who d., Dec. 17, 1861, 
and, in 1870, he was living in Beaver, Iowa. 

[1140.] 6. SILAS, (2392) b. in New Lyme, O., May 16, 
1830 ; ra. Maria J. Freeland, Oct. 13, 1860, and, in 1870, was 
living in Beaver, Iowa. 

[1L41.] 7. NELSON H., (2394) b. in Colebrook, 0., April 3, 
1833 ; m. Jane Archer, Nov. 19, 1863, and, in 1870, was living 
in Beaver, Iowa. 



116 PECK GENEALOGY- -SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1U2.] 8. LESTEll S., (2395) b. in Colebrook, 0., Aug. 11, 
1835; m. Clara E. Fuller, Feb. 12, 1857, who d. Sept. 19, 18(59, 
and, in 1870, was living in Beaver, Iowa. 

[1143.] 9. CHARLES D., b. in New Plato, 111., Aug. 12, 
1837, and d. there in Jan., 1815. 

CHILDREN OF JOSIAH J. PECK (447) AND BETSEY, HIS WIFE. 

[1144.] 1. BETSEY, b. in New Lyme, 0., July 4, 1832; m. 
Clark Walling, and, in 1870, was living in New Lyme, 0. 

[1145.] 2. JOSIAH, (2398) b. in Colebrook, 0., July 26, 
1834 ; m. Minerva Philips, xlpril 20, 1856, and, in 1870, was 
living in Colebrook, 0. 

[1L46.J 3. JOHN B., (2403) b. in Colebrook, 0., Sept. 8, 
1837; m. Betsey Hubbard, and d., in New Lyme, 0., Feb. 26, 
1870. 

[1147.] 4. SAMUEL, (2406) b. in Colebrook, 0., Oct. 12, 
1840 ; m. Jane Beckwith, Dee. 5, 1861, and, in 1870, was living 
in Colebrook, O. 

CHILDREN OF ELIJAH PECK (451) AND PARNY, HIS \VIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NE\V LYME, OHIO. 

[1148.] 1. THANKFUL M., b. Dec. 29, 1822 ; m. George 
Smedly, July 29, 1861, and, in 1870, was living in Grundy 
County, 111. 

[1149.] 2. ANSEL E., b. 3Iarch 10, 1826, and, in 1870, was 
living, unm., in New Lyme, 0. 

[1150.] 3. JOHN S., (2408) b. Dec. 11, 1827 ; m. Antoinette 
Reeve, Sept. 5, 1852, and, in 1870, was living in New 
Lyme, 0. 

[1151.] 4. ZIPPORAH, b. Aug. 11, 1829; m. Almeron 
Howe, Jan. 1, 1849, and, in 1870. was living in Grundy Coun- 
ty, 111. 

[1152.] 5. LAMIRA, b. Aug. 30, .1831 ; m. Hezekiah A. 
Reeve, Jan 1, 1849, and, in 1870, was living in New Lyme, 0. 



PECK GE-VEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATIO:^. 117 

[1153.] 6. MARY AXN, b. April 3, 1833 ; m. Elihu 3Ieigs, 
Feb. 4, 1854, and, in 1870, was living in Xew Lyme, 0. 

[1154.] 7. EVELINE A., b. Jan. 29, 1835, and, in 1S70, 
was living unui. in Xew Lyme, O. 

[1155.] 8. 31ARIA L., b. Jan. 15, 1837 ; m. 1. George Gibbs, 
Aug. 7, 1860, and m. 2. Cliauncey Coon, April 22, 1866, and, in 
1870, was living in Xew Lyme, 0. 

[1156.] 9. PARXY J., b. Nov. 26, 1838 ; m. Henry Bald- 
win, in June 1860, and, in 1870, was living in Williamsfield, 0. 

[1157.] 10. XAXCY L., b. Feb. 27, 1842 ; m. Daniel Ran- 
dall, Sept. 19, 1868, and, in 1870, was living in Xew Lyme, 0. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL G. PECK (452) AND NANCY E., HIS WIFE. 

[1158.] L HARRIET E., b. in Xew Lyme, 0., Xov. 13, 
1827 ; m. Leander C. Reeve, Jan. 22, 1851, and, in 1870, was 
living in Rome, 0. 

[1159.] 2. ZIPPORAH E., b. in Xew Lyme, 0., June 13, 
1829 ; m. Sidney Stults, Dec. 24, 1849, and, in 1870, wa.s living 
in Rome, 0. 

[1160.] 3. EDWIX A., (2412) b. in Xew Lyme, 0., Oct. 20, 
1831 ; m. Urana Palmer, in March 1847, and, in 1870, was 
living in Orwell, 0. 

[1161.] 4. AMOS A.^ (2416) b. in Colebrook, 0., Sept. 7, 
18.34 : m. Elizabeth Joy, Oct. 1, 1856, and, in 1870, was living 
in Rome, 0. 

[1162.] 5. LEWIS G., b. in Colebrook, O., May 31, 1837, 
and d., in Xew Plato, 111., Oct. 5, 1838. 

CHILDREN OF SILAS PECK, (453) ALL BORN IN NEW LYilE, 0. 

[1163.] 1. DELIXA, b. May 1, 1835 ; m. Albert L. Rath- 
bone, and, in 1870, was living in Morgan, O. 

[1164.] 2. HELEX E., b. in Oct. 1839 ; m. John L. Fill- 
more, Feb. 19, 1865, and, in 1870, was living in Xew Lyme, 0. 

[1165.] 3. XIXETTE, b. Jan. 5, 1854, and, in 1870, was 
living unm., in New Lyme, 0. 



118 PECK GENEALOGY— SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF LOT PECK (457) AND POLLY, IIlS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN LYME, CONN. 

[11G6.] 1. STEPHEN L., (2421) b. Jane 5, 1789 ; m. Pru- 
dence Lewis, of Lima, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1819, who was living in 
Worthington, 0., in 1871, where he had d. Oct. 31, 1«G8. 

[1167.J 2. NATHANIEL, b. 3Lay 15, 1791, and d., in Lyme, 
Conn., Jan. 31, 1791. 

[1168.] 3. BETSEY, b. March 9, 1793, and d., in Lyme, 
Conn., Feb. 9, 1794, 

[1169.] 4. NATHANIEL, again, (2427) b. Oct. 19, 1795 ; m, 
Lydia Hatch, of Hebron, N. Y., in March 1821, and d., in 
Groveland, Mich., Nov, 2, 1854. 

[1170.] 5. CHARLES L., (2436) b. Feb. 15, 1797 ; m. 1, 
Louisa Latham, of Granger Co., Tenn., Sept. 27, 1826 ; ni. 2* 
Mrs, Elizabeth Krider, Feb. 17, 18G8, and, in 1871, was living 
in Green Co., Mo. 

[1171.] 6. ELIZABETH, b. 3Iay 26, 1799 ; in. 1. Thomas 
Conkey ; m. 2, Abner Clapp, and m. 3. Henry Stiles, and d.,in 
March 1869, in Worthington, 0, 

[1172.] 7. MARY, b. in 1802 ; m, — Peck, and d., in 

1821, in the State of Ohio. 

CHILDREN OF HARRIS PECK, (462.) 

[1173.] 1. HARRIS, (2448) b. in West Bloomneld, N. t., 
Jan. 17, 1806 ; m. 3Iartha K. Stimson, Aug. 20, 1826, and, in 
1871, was living at Albert Lea, Freeborn Co,, Minn. 

[1174.] 2. FRANCES ELIZA, b. in West Bloomfield, N, 
Y., Aug. 21, 1808 ; m. 1. John 3Iatchett, March 20, 1833, who 
d. July 17, 1851, and m. 2. Henry King, in July 1853, and, in 
1871, was living in Portage, Wood Co., 0. 

[1175.] 3. HANNAH, b. in West Bloomfield, N. Y., Aug. 
21, 1808, and d, there Nov. 20, 1808. 

[1176.] 4. MARY E., b. in Mendon, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1812 ; 
m. Horace 31. Shattuck, April 28, 1834, and, in 1871, was liv- 
ing in Wellington, 0. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 119 

[1177.] 5. JOHX G., b. in Mendon, N. Y., April 26, 1814, 
and d. there 3Iay 23, 1814. 

[1178.J 6. COLEMAX C, (2452) b. in Mendon, N. Y., April 
22, 1815 ; m. Betsey Inman, March 4, 1843, and, in 1871, was 
living in Marcellus, Cass Co., Mich. 

[1179.] 7. ABIGAIL J., b. in West Bloomfield, N. Y., April 
18, 1817 ; m. Lysander Morse, and d., in Sterling, 111., April 3, 
1865. 

[1180.] 8. RICHARD L., (2455) b. May 17, 1821, in West 
Bloomfield, X. Y. ; m. Roxana Fulton, in 3Iarch 1839, and, in 
1871, was living in Wellington, 0. 

[1181.] 9. S A31UEL I., (2460) b. in West Bloomfield, N. Y., 
July 18, 1823 ; m. Caroline A. Matcham, May 2, 1848, and, in 
1871, was living in Pittsfield, 0. 

[1182 ] 10. OSCAR J., (2464) b. in West Bloomfield, N. Y., 
Aug. 15, 1832 ; m. Charlotte Warren, July 7, 1855, and, in 
1871, was living in Wellington, 0. 

[1183.] 11. JOHX CLARK, (2469) b. in Wellington, 0., 
Dec. 15, 1835 ; m. Huldah Gibbs, in May 1863, and, in 1871, 
was living in Pittsfield, 0. 

CHILDREN OF CLARK PECK (465) AND CAROLINE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[1184.] 1. TWINS, b. Dec. 15, 1797, and d., in infancy, in 
West Bloomfield, X. Y. 

[1185.] 2. 3IIRAXDA P., b. April 23, 1799 ; m. 1. William 
G. Page, in Nov. 1844, and m. 2. David T. Hamilton, Jan. 26, 
1869, and d., Jan. 15, 1876, in West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

[1186.] 3. PHEBE D., b. Jan. 16, 1801, and d., Sept. 26, 
1805, in West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

[1187.] 4. CAROLINE, b. Jan. 31, 1805, and d., Nov. 4, 
1815, in West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

[1188.] 5. JASPER C, (2471) b. May 24, 1807 ; m. Mary 
C. Snow, March 12, 1844, and, in 1871, was living in West 
Bloomfield, N. Y. His wife d. there Oct. 1.5, 1871. 



120 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1189.] 6. ABEL H., (2475) b. Dee. 5, 1808 ; m. Sarah Dar- 
row, Marcli 24, 1834, and, in 1869, was living in Leavenworth, 
Kansas. 

[1190.] 7. JOSEPH A., (2478) b. July 28, 1817 : m. Susan 
H. Riohardson, 3Iarch 18, 1844, and, in 1869, was living in 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF PALMER PECK (466) AND CLARISSA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[1191.] 1. RICHARD D., b. March 28, 1804, and d. uum., 
in Dubuque, Iowa, July 28, 1834. 

[1192.] 2. LOREXZO D., b. April 15, 1806, and d., in West 
Bloomfield, X. Y., March 18, 1819. 

[1193.] 3. DUDLEY, b. March 26, 1808, and d. unm., at 
Little Turkey River, Iowa, Sept. 28, 1839. 

[1194.] 4. XAXCY D., b. May 4, 1810 ; m. Origen Duuuell, 
and, in 1867, was living in Wethersfield, N. Y. 

[1195.] 5. FANNY 31., b. 3Iarch 28, 1812. and d. unm., in 
Wethersfield, N. Y., July 26, 1857. 

[1196.] 6. 3IATTHEW D., b. Aug. 12, 1814, and, in 1867, 
was living unm. in Clayton, Iowa. 

[1197.] 7. SA3IUEL D., (2482) b. June 29, 1817 ; m. Nancy 
W. Moreland, and, in 1867, was living in Colony, Iowa. 

[1198.] 8. DOUGLASS, (2490) b. Jan. 6, 1821 ; m. 1. Catha- 
rine Gillett, Sept. 20, 1848, who d. June 9, 1856, and m. 2. 
Mary Haught, July 13, 1858, and, in 1867, was living in Clay- 
ton, Iowa. 

CHILD OF OLIVER PECK (469) AND AMY, HIS WIFE, BORN IN 
LYME, CONN. 

[1199.] OLIVER, (2495) b. Nov. 12, 1798 ; m. Huldah Maria 
Ensign, March 20, 1823 ; is a physician, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing in SheflBeld, Mass, 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 121 

CHILDREN OF MATTHEW PECK (472) AND LOIS, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1200.] I. PIIEBE DORE, b. Oct. 1, 1809, and, in 1869, 
was living unm. in West Bloomfield, X. Y. 

[1201.] 2. MARY HAIXES, b. June 26, 1811; m. Joel 
Miner, in Nov. 1810, and, in 1869, was living in L;yme, Conn. 

[1202.J 3. LUCY BURXHAM, b. Jan. 11, 1814 ; m. Ran- 
dall Drake, July 26, 1843, and, in 1869, was living in Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 

[1203.] 4. LOIS CATHARINE, b. Nov. 17, 1816 ; m. Loren 
Whittemore, May 4, 1837, and, in 1869, was living in Mundy, 
3Iicli. 

[1204.] 5. HANXAH HALL, b. March 13, 1820 ; m. George 
Ingersoll, Nov. 2, 1840, and d., in Marengo, 3Iich., April 14, 
1844. 

[1205.J 6. MATTHEW J., (2496) b. July 14, 1822 ; m 3Iari- 
anna Hendee, Dec. 17, 1856, and, in 1869, was living in West 
Bloomfield, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD SEARS PECK (473) AND PHEBE, HIS 
WIFE, ALL BORN IN CHATHA3I, N. Y. 

[1206.] 1. RICHARD H., (2498) b. 3Iarch 9, 1815 ; m. Mary 
Ten Eyck, June 23, 1841, and, in 1869, was living in Austin, 
Texas. 

[1207.] 2. OLIVER J., (2503) b. March 28, 1817 ; m. Ange- 
line R. Dorr, May 4, 1848 ; is a physician, and, in 1877, was 
living in Chatham, N. Y. 

[1208. ] 3. EDWARD R., (2506) b. Feb. 29, 1819 ; m. Mary 
Champlin in 1858 ; is a lawyer, and, in 1875, was living in 
Kinderhook, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN SEARS PECK (477) AND BETSEY, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[1209.] 1. JUDITH, d. in infancy in West Bloomfield, 
N.Y. 



122 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1210.J 2. PALMER, (250S) b. Oct. 10, 1797 ; m. Selu Lnw- 
rence, April 21, 1825, aud d., in Adrian, Mich, Marcli 26, 
1864. 

[1211.] 3. ELISHA, b. in 1802, and d. unm., in Wesi Bloom- 
field, N. Y., in Feb. 1834. 

[1212.] 4. JEREMIAH, (2509) b. May 5, 1809 ; m. Julia A. 
Lawrence, Jan. 29, 1831, and d., in West Blooratield, N. Y., 
Nov. 3, 1838. 

[1213.] 5. NATHAN, (2513) b. 3LaY 9, 1812; ra. 3Lary Lat- 
ty, Nov. 15, 1835, and d., in Lima, N. Y., in Aug. 1870. 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS PECK (479) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LIMA, N. Y. 

[1214.] 1. HENRY, (2524) b. July 8, 1800 ; ra. 1. Lucretia 
Tinker, Oct. 16, L823, and m. 2. Hannah Comstock, July 18, 
1856, and, in 1869, was living in Victor, N. Y. 

[1215.] 2. MYRTA, b. Dec. 17, 1802; m. Isaac N. Stage, 
Jan. 20, 1824, and, in 1869, was living in Cleveland, 0. 

[1216.] 3. WILLIAM, b. 3Iarch 14, 1804, and d., in Lima, 
N. Y., Jan. 13, 1813. 

[1217.] 4. 31ARIA, b. March 3, 1807 ; m. Amos Dann, Jan. 
30, L830, and, in 1869, was living in Avon, N. Y. 

[1218.] 5. JUDITH, b. July 8, 1809 ; m. Samuel March, 
Jan. 21, 1829, and, in 1869, was living in Oconomowoc, Wis. 

[1219.] 6. RICHARD, (2528) b. Nov. 30, 1811 : m. 1. Eliza- 
beth Case, Sept. 15, 1833 ; m. 2. Rebecca Jefferds, Oct. 15, 
1845, and, in 1869, was living in Lima, N. Y. 

[1220.] 7. ELS A, b. Feb. 3, 1814; m. Pliilip Riley, Nov. 19, 
1835, and. in 1869, was living in Holland, N. Y. 

[1221.] 8. CHRISTINA, b. Nov. 7, 1818; m. John Case, 
April 2, 1841, and, in 1869, was living in Aurora, N. Y. 

[1222.] 9. SYLVANUS, (2531) b. Dec. 15, 1821 ; m. Jemima 
Van Houter, Dec. 19, 1840, and d., in Lima, N. Y., Sei.t. 22, 
1851. 



PECK GEXEALOOY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 123 

CHILDREN OF WATROUS PECK, (-480) ALL BORN IN WEST BLOOM- 
FIELD, N. Y. 

[1223.J 1. EMILY E., b. Dec. 6, 1805 ; m. William Arnold, 
Sept. 1, 1831, and d., in Lima, X. Y., Feb. 13, 1845. 

[1224.] 2. EDWARD W., (2534) b. March 19, 1807 ; m. 1. 
Lucy B. Frost, June 20, 1833, who d. July 5, 1840 ; m. 2. Mary 
A. James, June 26, 1842, who d. Jan. 13, 18GG, and m. 3. Eliza- 
beth G. Greeley, Dec. 25, 18G7, and, in 1873, was living in 
Pontiac, Mich. 

[1225.] 3. JOSEPH FRAXKLIX, (2537) b. May 20, 1810 ; 
m. Clarissa Miner, Nov. 14, 1833, and, in 1870, was living in 
Springfield, Mass. 

[1226.] 4. LOUISA L., b. Aug. 25, 1813, and d., m West 
Bloomfield, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1814. 

[1227.] 5. WILLIAM B., b. Jan. 22, 1816 ; m. Ann Middle- 
ton, June 24, 1841, and d., in Keokuk, Iowa, April 8, 185tl 

[1228.] 6. JOHN SEARS, (2541) b. Sept. 2, 1818 ; m. 3Iary 
Fisher, March 8, 1848, and, in 1869, was living in Oberlin, 0. 

[1229.] 7. CHARLES W., b. June 27, 1820, and d., in West 
Bloomfield, X. Y., Feb. 14, 1821. 

[1230.] 8. SARAH E., b. Aug. 6, 1828 ; m. Clark Allen, 
Sept. 3, 1850, and, in 1869, was living in West Bloomfield, 
N.Y. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE PECK (481) AND MARTHA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WE.ST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[1231.] 1. DES310XD G., (2547) b. Oct. 14, 1807; m. Har- 
riet Wilson, Oct. 17, 1833, and d., in East Troy, Wis., Oct. 30, 
1844. 

[1232.] 2. LODEMA A. B., b. April 10, 1810 ; m. Gardner 
Gould, Dec. 29, 1834, and d., in Knowlesville, N. Y., Jan. 26, 
1868. 

[1233.] 3. DEBORAH B., b. Dec. 12, 1812; m. Ward 
Mann, June 20, 1833, and d., in West Bloomfield, N. Y., Oct. 
14, 1834. 



124 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1234.J 4. ALMIRA A., b. Jan. 14, 1815 ; m. Xatlianiel R. 
Wilson, Feb. 14, 1837, and, in 1869, was living- in West "Bloom- 
field, X. Y. 

[1235.] 5. GEORGE N., b. Sept. 14, 1819, and d. unni., in 
West Blooralield, X. Y., Aug. 13, 1845. 

[123G.] 6. SOPHIA F., b. Jan. 7, 1822; m. Xatlian H. 
Wheeler, Jan. 1, 1852, and d., in West Bloonifield, X. Y., Feb. 
13, 1860. 

CHILDREN OF ABNER PECK (482) AND MARIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N, Y. 

[1237.] 1. LOUISA 31., b. 3Iay 6, 1820; m. Frederick W. 
Patterson, and, in 1869, was living in Buifalo, X. Y. 

[1238.] 2. MARY JAXE, b. July 21, 1823 ; m. Samuel 
Beckwith, and, in 1869, was living in Greenport, L. I., X. Y. 

[1239.] 3. CARRIE X., b. Dec. 21, 1831, and, in 1869, was 
living unm. in Buffalo, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF REYNOLD PECK (484) AND NANCY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

1240.] 1. VIXTOX, (2551) b. Xov. 21, 1816; ra. 1. Roxey 

E. Humphrey, June 23, 1841, who d. July 13, 1866, and m. 2. 
Libbie Sterling, Jan. 8, 1868, and, in 1869, was living in West 
Bloomfield, X. Y. 

[1241.] 2. MIXER VA L., b. Feb. 8, 1818; m. Elisha F. 
Leach, Dec. 30, 1839, and, in 1869, was living in West Bloom- 
field, X. Y. 

[1242.] 3. AMAXDA A., b. May 29, 1821 ; m. Robert T. 
Leach, March 4, 1841, and, in 1869, was living in West Bloom- 
field, X. Y. 

[1243.] 4. SARAH A., b. May 14, 1824 ; m. Seth L. Lee, 
July 12, 1845, and, in 1869, was living in West Bloomfield, X. Y. 

[1244.] 5. THOMAS R., (2554) b. June 21, 1826 ; m. Julia 

F. Hopkins, May 26, 1857, and, in 1870, was living in Water- 
loo, X. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 125 

[1245.] C. LYDIA E., b. Sept. 8, 1829 ; m. Koswell C. 
Munson, June 8, 1853, and d , iu Oshawa, C. W., Jan. 23, 1861. 

[1216.] 7. EMILY M., b. Jan. 1, 1832 ; m. Charles C. Lati- 
mer, July 21, 1«58, and, in 1S60, was living in Princeton, 111. 

[1247. 1 8. REYNOLD MARVIX, b. Feb. 16, 1834 ; m. Isa- 
bella L. Ainswortb, Sept. 21, 1860, and, in 1869, was living in 
West Bloomfield, X. Y.. having no children. 

[1248.] 9. X. JEXXETTE, b. April 5, 1836 ; m. William X. 
Page, Sept. 20, 1862, and, in 1869, was living in Jacksonville, 
Florida. 

CHILDREN OF STEPHEN L. PECK (487) AND DIANA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1249.] 1. STEPHEX L., b. Jan. 2, 1833, and d. nnm., in 
Lyme, Conn., Dec. 14, 1860. 

[1250.] 2. KATE LAY, b. Jan. 31, 1836 ; m. Ezra C. Smith, 
Aug. 16, 1871, and, in 1875, was living in Lyme, Conn. 

[1251.] 3. FAXXIE JAXE, b. June 1838 ; m. John C. Way, 
of Xew Lyme, 0., in Sept. 1869, and was living there in 1875. 

[1252.] 4. LOUISA MATILDA, b. Sept. 28, 1841; m. 
Thomas J. Warren, Oct. 7, 1863, and, in 1875, was living in 
Saybrook, 111. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (493) AND MARY, HIS WIFE. 

[1253.] 1. MARGARET DeVAX, b. in Whitestown, X. Y., 
April 30, 1823 ; m. X. Emmet Lyman, and d., in Staunton, Va., 
May 23, 1871. 

[1254.] 2. THOMAS R. GOLD, (2559) b. in Whitestown, X. 
Y., Feb. 28, 1827 ; graduated at Yale College in 1848 ; m. 
Susan Jane Egbert, Sept. 8, 1859, and, in 1875, was settled as 
a minister at Hastings upon Hudson, X. Y. 

[1255.] 3. SARAH WALTOX, b. in Xew York city, Aug. 
23, 1828, and d., in Brooklyn, X^. Y., 3Iay 11, 1830. 

[1256.] 4. JOHX SEDGWICK, b. in Xew York city, March 
27, 1830, and d., in Savannah, Ga., March 12, 1850. 



126 PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENEIIATION. 

[1257.] 5. HEXRY DWIGHT, (2501) b. in New York city 
Jan. 22, 1836 ; m. Jennie 31. Tucker, adoxjted dau. of H. L. 
Sill, of Lyme, Conn., June 8, 1868, and, in 1875, was living- in 
Staunton, Va. 

GHILDllEX OF SETH S. PECK (491) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN WHITESTOWN, N. Y., EXCEPT THE OLDEST, 

WHO WAS BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1258.] 1. MAEY LAY, b. July 17, 1816, and, in 1875, was 
living unm. in St. Augustine, Florida. 

[1259.] 2. REBECCA, b. July 27, 1818, and, in 1875, was 
living in St. Augustine, Florida. 

[1260.] 3. JOHN ELISHA, b. Dec. 12, 1820 ; is a physi- 
cian, and, in 1875, was living unm, in St. Augustine, Florida. 

[1261.] 4. LUCY ROCKWELL, b. July 7, 1827 ; m. George 
Burt, of Vermont, and d., in St. Augustine, Florida, March 22, 
1856. 

[1202.] 5. SARAH, b. April 7, 18dO, and d., in St. Augus- 
tine, Florida, June 19, 1836. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES L. PECK (495) AND HANNAH AUGUSTA, 
HIS WIFE, ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1263.] 1. JAMES MITCHELL, b. Dec. 6, 1823, and, in 
1875, was living unm. in Lyme, Conn. 

[1264.] 2. ELISHA, b. Nov. 4, 1825, and d., in Lyme, Conn., 
June 11, 1827. 

[1265.] 3. ALDEX STEPHEN, b. Aug. 16, 1828 ; was a 
physician and d. unm., in Lyme, Conn., Nov. 16, 1860. 

[1266.] 4. CHARLES WILLIAM, b. Sept. 17, 1830, and, in 
1875, was living unm. in New York city. 

[1267.] 5. JOHN HENRY, (2562) b. Oct. 22, 1832 ; m. 
Julia E. Mann, Jnne 11, 1859, and, in 1875, was liviag in Chi- 
cago, 111. 

[1268.] 6. AUGUSTA MITCHELL, b. March 16, 1836 ; m. 
Joseph S. Lyman, of Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 12, 1853 ; again m. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GE^'ERATION. 127 

Elizur Clark, of Syracuse, X. Y., Nov. 4, 1869, and, in 1875, 
was living in Syracuse, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN M. PECK (505) AND ADELINE, HIS WIFE. 

[1269.] 1. DAVID C, b. in Nassau, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1830, 
and d. there Dec. 13, 1830. 

[1270.] 2. WILLIAM L., b. in Nassau, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1832, 
and d. unm. in Acton, 111., Sept. 4, 1855. 

[1271.J 3. MIND WELL A., b. at Sandy Creek, N. Y., Feb. 
8, 1835, and d. unm., in Albany, Dec. 25, 1865. 

[1272.] 4. EUNICE E., b. at Sandy Creek, N. Y., Feb. 21, 
1839, and, in 1877, was living in Albany, N. Y. 

[1273.] 5. MARTHA T., b. in Troy, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1843, 
and d. unm., in Albany, N. Y., July 31, 1862. 

[1274.] 6. SAMUEL, b. in Troy, N. Y., July 2, 1845, and 
d„ in Troy, N. Y., July 17, 1845. 

[1275.] 7. 3IAIII0N A., b. in Troy, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1848, 
and, in 1877, was living unm. in Albany, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF EZRA X. PECK (511) AND EUNICE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1276.] 1. WILLIAM K., (2566) b. March 13, 1809 ; m. 
Eliza Fulton in 1835, and d., in Rising Sun, Ind., June 17, 
1846. 

[1277.] 2. CHARLES C, (2567) b. Nov. 20, 1811 ; m. 1. 
Elizabeth Wardell, Oct. 20, 1836; m. 2. Angeline Stagg, Nov. 
2, 1854, and, in 1875, was living in New York city. 

[1278.] 3. HORACE E., (2569) b. May 3, 1813 ; m. Emma 
Newell, in March 1843, and, in 1861, was living in Vincennes, 
Ind. 

[1279.] 4. ELEAZER C, (2570) b. March 11, 1816 ; m. Eu- 
nice H. Warren, Jan. 11, 1842, and, in 1875, was living in 
Lyme, Conn. 

[1280.] 5. MARIA E., b. Sept. 13, 1818 ; m. William W. J. 
Warren, Nov. 2, 1841, and, in 1875, was living in Lyme, Conn. 



128 PECK GENEALOGY- -SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1281.] 6. ORRIN M., b. May 8, 1821, and d. uum., in 
Charleston, S. C, 3Iaroh 21, 1818. 

CHILD OF JOSEPH PECK (512) AND ANN. HIS WIFE. 

[1282.] SARAH AXX, h. in Lyme, Conn., in 1825, and, in 
1875, was living- unm. in lladdam, Conn. 

CHILD OF DANIEL PECK, (515.) 

[1283.J K K., was living in 1864 at LeSueur City, 

Minn. Nothing further can be ascertained about him, or 
whether Daniel Peck (515) had any other children. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH PECK (520) AND ANNA, HIS "WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1284.] 1. ESTHER, b. Dec. 10, 1799 ; m. Joseph H. 3Iather, 
Oct. 10, 1826, and d., in Saybrook, Conn., Dec. 3, 1828. 

[1285.] 2. GEORItE R., (2578) b. Oct. 1, 1801 ; m. Elizabeth 
S. Lee, Jan. 12, 1825, and d., in 1872, in Lyme, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF MATHER PECK (526) AND JULIA ANN, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN BETHANY, N. Y. 

[1286.] 1. GILBERT 31., (2588) b. April 19, 1814 : m. Sarah 
B. Thompson, June 15, 1837, and, in 1869, was living in East 
Bethany, N. Y. 

[1287.] 2. JULIA, b. April 23, 1817, and d. unm., in East 
Bethany, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1835. 

[1288.] 3. ESTHER, b. Jan. 20, 1820, and, in 1869, was liv- 
ing unm. in East Bethany, X. Y. 

[1289.] 4. LAVIXIA, b. April 18, 1822 ; m. Utley Lathrop, 
Feb. 10, 1842, who d. 3Iarch 19, 1848, and, in 1869, was living 
in East Bethany, X. Y. 

[1290.] 5. MARY, b. Xov. 28, 1826, and, in 1869, was living 
unm. in East Bethany, X. Y. 

[1291.] 6. HEXRY, b. March 30, 1828, and d., in East 
Bethany, X. Y., March 26, 1837. 



PECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 129 

[1292.] 7. MARTHA, b. Sept. 13, 1830 ; m. Joliii C. Clark, 
June 2, 1852, aud, iu 1869, was living iu Kingston, C. W, 

[1293.] 8. JULIA AMANDA, b. Jan. 20, 1830 ; m. Dan V. 
Brooks, Sept. 3, 18G3, and, iu 1809, was living in Alton, III. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID H. PECK (525) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE. 

[1294.] 1. NEWTOX L. F., (2592) b. in Ilicliniond, X. Y., 
Dec. 22, 1814 ; m. Samautlia White, Sept. 16, 1846, and, in 
1870, was living iu Springville, Iowa. 

[1295.] 2. OYAXDO S. X., (2599) b. in Richmond, X. ¥., 
Aug. 9, 1816 ; m. 1. Susan Tyler, and m. 2. Maria E. Stout, 
and, in 1873, was living in Xew York city. 

[1296.] 3. H03IER P. K., (2600) b. in Richmond, X. Y., 
Oct. 11, 1818 ; m. 1. Jane Jones and m, 2. Rebecca Leiferson, 
and, in 1871, was living in Rochester, X. Y. 

[1297.] 4. JOHX P. P., (2007) b. in Richmond, X. Y., Aug. 
15, 1820 ; m. 1. Dorothy Rick ; m. 2. Eliza Marshall, and m. 3. 
Frances Fulton, and, in 1870, was living in Hamilton, 0. 

[1298.] 5. ELIZA A., b. in Statford, X. Y., Sept. 8, 1822 ; 
m. Ralph Huestou, and, in 1875, was living in Peakesville, 
Clarke Co., Mo. 

[1299.] 6. MARY M., b. in Stafford, X. Y., Oct. 25, 1824, 
and d. unm., in Middletown, 0., Xov. 25, 1848. 

[1300.] 7. LIBERTY B., b. in Stafford, X. Y., Oct. 15, 1826, 
and d., in Mayville, X. Y., April 1, 1837. 

[1301.] 8. HARRIET J., b. in Stafford, X^ Y., Sept. 20, 
1828 ; m. Lewis B. Wynne, and, in 1871, was living in Wash- 
ington city. 

[1302.] 9. DELIA A., b. in Mayville, X. Y., Dec. 14, 1830 ; 
m. John W. Fuller, and d., in Auburn, X. Y., March 12, 1865. 

[1303.] 10. CHARLOTTE X., b. in Mayville, X. Y., Sept. 
10, 1832, and d. there March 20, 1834. 

[1304.] 11. FRAX'CES A., b. in Mayville, X'. Y., Sept. 25, 
1834, and, iu 1875, was living, unm,, at Peakesville, Clarke 
County, Mo. 



130 PECK GENEALOGY— SEVENTH GENERATION. 

[1305.] 12. miUAMA, b. in 3Iayville, N. Y., Sept. 6, 183G, 
and d. the same day. 

CHILDREN OF JESSE PECK (527) AND ASENATH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[1306.] 1. JESSE 3IARyiN, b. in 1820, and d. unm., in 
Lyme, Conn., April 5, 1855. 

[1307.] 2. PETER LORD, b. in Feb., 1823, and, in 1867, 
was living unm., in Lyme, Conn. 

[1308.J 3. DAVID 31., b. May 25, 1825, and d. unm., at 
Fair Haven, Conn., Sept. 26, 1848. 

[1309.] 4. CAROLINE, b. 3Iarch 23, 1834 ; m. Joseph 
Thompson, and, in 1867, was living in the State of 3Iinnesota. 

[1310.] 5. LYDIA A., b. July 4, 1836, and d. unm., in 
Lyme, Conn., Xov. 28, 1857. 

[1311.] 6. JOHN S3IITH, b. in June, 1837, and, in 1867, 
was living unm., in New York City. 

[1312.] 7. JOSEPH, b. in July, 1838, and d., in Lyme, 
Conn., in Sept., 1838. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN K, PECK, (538.) 

[1313.] 1. LUCY, b. in Lima, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1811, and d. 
unm., in Utica, N. Y., in 1849. 

[1314.] 2. MARY, b. in Lima, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1814, and d. 
unm., in Mendon, N. Y., in Dec. 1838. 

[L315.] 3. MATTHEW G., (2613) b. in Lima, N. Y., Sept. 
22, 1818 ; m. 1. Aristine Bingham, in Nov. 1851, and m. 2. 
Catharine Gibson, 3Iarch 26, 1862, and, in 1869, was Uving in 
Pontiac, Mich. 

[1316.] 4. HELEN C, b. in Lima, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1820, and, 
in 1869, was living unm. in Rochester, N, Y. 

[1317.] 5. PASCAL P., (2615) b. in Lima, N. Y., ^lay 15, 
1822 ; m. Alexine McCall, Nov. 5, 1850, and, in 1869, was living 
in Nashville, Tenn. 



i>ECK GENEALOGY — SEVENTH GENERATION. 131 

[1318.] 6. HENRY K., b. in Lima, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1820, 
and d. unm., in Shelby ville, Teun., June 5, 1863. 

[1319.] 7. MYHOX a., b. in Lima, N. Y., July 30, 1829^ 
and, in 18G9, was living unm. in Heidleberg, Germany. 

[1320.] 8. EMILY, b. in East Bethany, X. Y., in Dec. 1835, 
and, in 1869, was living in Xew Bedford, Mass. 

[1321,] 9. 3L1RY E., b. in Pittsford, X. Y., in April 1838, 
and d. unm. in Colerain, Mass., July 9, 1851. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM PECK (540) AND MARIETTA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[1322.] 1. 3IEHITABLE C, b. June 20, 1828 ; m. D. H. 
Hastings, May 6, 1851, and d., in Mendon, X^. Y., Dec. 25, 1858. 

[1323.] 2. WILLIAM H., b. Jan. 10, 1831, and d., in We.st 
Bloomfield, X\ Y., Sept. 3, 1832. 

[1324.] 3. GEORGE, b. Jan. 31, 1833, and d., in West 
Bloomfield, X\ Y., Dec. 9, 1849. 

[1325.] 4. CHARLES L., b. 3Iarch 9, 1835, and, in 1869, 
was living unm. in Muir, 3Iich. 

[1326.] 5. FRAX^CIS H., b. March 20, 1837, and d., in West 
Bloomfield, X". Y., Sept. 14, 1850. 

[1327.] 6. CARRIE W., b. Sept. 6, 1839 : m. Wells Baker, 
Feb. 27, 1861, and, in 1869, was living in West Bloomfield, 
X\ Y. 

[1328.] 7. WATSOX" C, b. Dec. 6, 1841, and d. unm., in 
Livonia, X. Y., 3Iay 31, 1862. 

[1329.] 8. FREDERICKA E., b. Aug. 8, 1844 ; m. Daniel 
J. Hamilton, Feb. 20, 1867, and, in 1869. was living in Muir, 
Ionia, Co., Mich. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD PECK (543) AND CATHARINE H., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN BETHANY, N. Y. 

[1330.] 1. ELIZABETH M., b. Feb. 8, 1817 ; m. 1. Abner 
Goodell. and m. 2. Hezokiah Manwaring, and d., Jan. 12, 1873, 
at St. George, Gore Dist., C. W. 



132 PECK GE^'EALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1331.J 2. MARIA LOUISA, b. April 5, 1818 ; m. Ahau 
Peck, and, in 1870, was living in Albion, Mich. 

[1332.] 3. NATHANIEL, (2617) b. Nov. 17, 1819 ; m. Althea 
31. Churchill, and d., at Crawfordsville, lud., Aug. 14, 1850. 

[L333.] 4. RICHARD, (2618) b. July 18, 1821 ; m. Sylvia A. 
Gillett, and d., in Palmyra, 111., Jan. 12, 1877. 

[1334.J 5. ISRAEL 31., (2621) b. April 8, 1823 ; m. Frances 
C. Fargo, and, in 1877, was living in Stafford, N. Y. 

[1335.] 6. CATHARINE H., b. Sept. 25, 1825 ; m. Ransom 
E- Aldrich, and, in 1870, was living in the State of Mississippi. 

[1336.] 7. MARY ANN, b. Aug. 11, 1827 ; m. William H. 
Van Epps, and, in 1870, was living in DLxon, 111. 

[1337.] 8. BENJAMIN F., (2624) b. July 16, 1829 ; m. 
Phebe R. Peck, (2221) and, in 1870, was living in East Beth- 
any, N. Y. 

[1338.] 9. LUCY JANE, b. 3Iay 21, 1831; m. Seth M. 
Peck, Jr., (2223) and d., in Bethany, N. Y., in Oct. 1873. 

[1339.] 10. CHARLES A., b. Oct. 23, 1832, and d. unm., at 
Dixon's plantation, 31iss., July 19, 1863. He was a soldier in 
the war of the rebellion. 

[1340.J 11. ROBERT C, b. July 11, 1837, and d., in Beth- 
any, N. Y., April 9, 1841. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOEL PECK, (545) ALL BORN IN NORW^ICH, N. Y. 

[1343.] 1. PHEBE, b. Aug. 17, 1796 ; m. Abijah Dann, and, 
in 1861, was living in Canton, Penn. 

[1344.] 2. SALLY, b. May 14, 1798 ; m. Alva June, and d., 
at Annin Creek, Penn., in 3Iay 1872. 

[1345.] 3. JOEL M., b. Dec. 12, 1799 ; m. Amanda Purdy, 
Feb. 22, 1821, and, in 1675, was living in Palmyra, Wis. He 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH QENERATIOX. 133 

» 
had sons living in 1875, viz. : Oscar D., in Oshkosli, Wis. ; 
Charles B., in Detroit, 3Iidi., and George R., in Topeka, Kan- 
sas, the latter being a lawyer and U. S. Attorney there, and 
having been a soldier and officer in the Atlanta campaign and 
in Gen. Sherman's army in its march to the sea. In 186 S he 
was clerk of the Circuit Court, Rock Co., Wis. 

[1346.] 4. 3IEtIITABLE, b. Feb. 5, 1801 ; m. Jesse Porter, 
and, in 1861, was living at Centreville, town of Portland, Clia- 
tauqua Co., N. Y. Her husband d. about 18j1. 

[1347.] 5. DELILAH, b. Oct. 18, 1802 ; d. in North Nor- 
wich, N. Y , in 3Iay 1806. 

[1348.] 0. JOHN, b. March 1, 180G ; m. Sarah Franklin, 
.and, about 1866, was living in Castalia, 0. 

[1349.] 7. LEWIS, b. March 15, 1809 ; m. Lucy Akley, 
Sept. 4, 1834 ; was a Justice of the Peace ; resided in North 
Norwich, N. Y., and d. there April 2, 1871. His sons, Whijeld 
S., b. Aug. 7, 1844, and Walter W., b. Feb. 27, 1850, were living 
in North Norwich in 1875. 

[1350.] 8. HULDAH, b. Nov. 18, 1811 ; m. George W. 
Record, Jan. 21, 1839, and d., in Cortlandville, N. Y., Oct. 5^ 
1855. 

[1351.] 9. WEALTHY, b. Nov. 29, 1814 ; m. Artemas B. 
Cleveland, Jan. 13, 1844, and, in 1875, w^as living in Fabius, 
N. Y. 

[1352.] 10. LUCINDA, b. July 15, 1817 ; m. Smith Titus, 
and d., in North Norwich, N. Y., March 16, 1869. 

CHILDREN OF STEPHEN NORTHRUP PECK (550) AND LYDIA, HIS 
WIFE, ALL BORN IN SOLON, N. Y. 

[1353.] 1. POLLY, b. Sept. 22, 1801; m. Samuel Chapman, 
and d., in Crete, \Vill Co., 111., Nov. 13, 1854. 

[1354.] 2. LY3IAN, b. Dec. 24, 1803 ; m. Almira Thompson, 
Sept. 25, 1828, and, in 1875, was living in Cortland village, N. 
Y. He had sons living in 1875, viz. : Northrup ■/., surgeon 
dentist at Independence, Iowa ; Lyman, Jr., farmer and Jus- 



134 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

tice of the Peace in Solon, N. Y. ; Rnfns T., Post Master and 
School Commissioner of Cortland county ; Charles T., merchant 
at Solon, iS". Y., and Melcin D., physician and surgeon in the 
Pension Department at Washington, D. C. 

[1355.] 3. HIRAM, b. May 25, 18UC ; m. Nancy Cameron, 
and d., in Solon, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1865. 

[1356.] 4. NATHAN, b. Jan. 31, 1809 ; m. Polly Thompson 
and d., in Solon, N. Y., 3Iarch 21, 1856. 

[1357.] 5. EMILY, b. Oct. 15, 1811 ; m. Charles Burling- 
ham, and, in 1875, was living at McGrawville, N. Y. 

[1358.] 6. STEPHEN N., b. May 13, 1814 ; m. Belinda J., 
Thompson, and d., in New 3Iarket, C. W., May 4, 1865. 

[1359.] 7. PLATT, b. June 11, 1817 ; m. 3Iary Ann Kinney, . 
and, in 1875, was living in Solon, N. Y. 

[1360.] 8. SMITH W., b. March 25, 1820, and d., unni., in 
Watertown, Wis., June 25, 1845. 

[1361.] 9. JOHN, b. June 10, 1823, and, in 1875, was livhig 
in Solon, Cortland Co., N. Y. 

[1362.] 10. SALLY, b. Oct. 8, 1825 ; m. Jairus Davis, and 
d., in Solon, Cortland Co., N. Y., Dec. 22, 1870. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (551) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE. 

[1363.] 1. DARIUS, (2628) b. in Norwich, Chenango county, 
N. Y., June 5, 1802 ; prepared for college under Rev. Daniel 
Hascall and 3Ir, Zenas Morse, Principal of Hamilton Academy, 
N. Y. ; in Oct. 1822 entered the Sophomore class of Hamilton 
College, N. Y., at which he graduated in August 1825 ; studied 
law with Hon. Ambrose L. Jordan and William Slosson, in the 
cities of Hudson and New York ; was admitted to the bar of 
the Supreme Court of the State of New York in August 1828, 
and in 1829 settled as a lawyer at tlie city of Hudson, N. Y., 
where, until the present date, he has continued his professional 
career. In February, 1833, he was appointed by the Governor 
and Senate of the State of New York, Recorder of the city of 
Hudson, then a judicial officer, as well as a member of the 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 135 

Common Council of that city, which office he held until April 
1843. He %vas married to Harriet M. Hudson, of the city of 
Troy, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1836 ; was for several years Superin- 
tendent of Schools and Master in Chancery ; was appointed, in 
April 1843, by the said Governor and Senate, a Judge of the 
Court of Common Pleas of the County of Columbia, N. Y., and 
in November 1855 was elected, and in November 1863 and 1867 
re-elected, Covmty Judge of Columbia County aforesaid. His 
wife d. April 18, 1863, aged 49 years. ffccCiuCOet Z<f ^S^f 

[1364.] 2. MARY P., b. in Norwich, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1804 ; 
m. John Fiske, of Cazenovia, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1821, and d., in 
Cazenovia, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1855. Her husband d., in Detroit, 
3Iich., Aug. 27, 1866, aged 75 years. She had children : 1. 
Mary A., b. Dec. 2, 1823 ; 2. Sarah E., b. April 24, 1826 ; m. 
Solon Prentiss, Nov. 24, 1853 — has an only child, Mary E., b. 
July 30, 1856 ; 3. Julia M., b. April 22, 1828 ; m. Artemas C. 
Bacon, Aug. 29, 1848, and d., Sept. 8, 1867 ; 4. John P., b. 
Sept. 2, 1830; m. Lucy A. Fuller, June 16, 1858, and, in 1877, 
was a wholesale merchant in Detroit, Mich. ; 5. Edioin D., b. 
Nov. 8, 1835 : was a graduate of 3Iichigan University ; m. 
Myra A. Trail, July 26, 1860, and d. June 7, 1873, leaving an 
only child, Julia Frances, b. Oct. 7, 1867- The above named 
Julia. 21. and Edioiii D. died in Detroit, Mich., and Sarah E. 
was living there in 1877- 

[1365.] 3. JOHN, b. in Cazenovia, N. Y., April 11, 1808, 
and d. there Feb. 16, 1810. 

[1366.] 4. PHILETUS B., (2629) b. in Cazenovia, Madison 
county, N. Y., November 29, 1809. Early evincing great 
mental activity and an ardent tliirst for knowledge, opportu- 
nity of preparation for a liberal education was afforded him at 
Hamilton Academy, N. Y., which, however, failing health 
eventually obliged him to forego, and lie then engaged for a 
considerable period in agricultural pursuits. He was married 
to Nancy 3Iorse, of Cazenovia, N. Y., May 30, 1831, and soon after 
resolved to resume his studies and devote himself to the work 



136 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

of the mmistry. In the Sprhig- of 1834 he entered the Ham- 
ilton Literary and Theological Institution, now Madison 
University, from which, having gone through the regular 
course, he graduated in August 1838. He was ordained in 
March J 839, and in June following settled as pastor of the 
Baj)tist church in Owego, Tioga county, X. Y. After an un- 
commonly successful ministry at Owego, lie died suddenly of 
malignant dysentery while on a visit to his father and mother 
at Cazenovia, October 6, 1817. He was an instructive and 
earnest preacher and an untiring and devoted pastor, and dis- 
tinguished for his benevolence, frankness, sound judgment, 
executive abilities and decision of character. His widow was 
living at Owego, X. Y., in 1877. 

[1367.] 5. JULIA M., b. in Cazenovia, X. Y., March 13, 
1816 ; m. Rev. William 31. Pratt, Aug. 22, 1839, and d., in 
Crawfordsville, Ind., Oct. 14, 1839. 

[1368.] 6. LIXUS M., b. in Cazenovia, Madison county, X. 
Y., February 3, 1818. He entered the Sophomore class of 
Hamilton College in September, 1838 ; sustained, during his 
whole course, a superior position as a scholar, and graduated 
in July, 1841, receiving one of the highest honors of his class. 
After leaving college he taught a year in the Hamilton Acade- 
my, X. Y., and subsequently pursued the study of law until 
the Autumn of 1843, when he concluded to discontinue his 
legal studies and prosecute a theological course, preparatory to 
his entrance on the Christian ministry. Having devoted a 
year to the pre-requisite study of Hebrew and been duly 
licensed to preach, in August, 1844, he entered the Theological 
Institution at Hamilton, X. Y"., in the following October, where 
he took the regular course of two years and graduated in Oct. 
1846. In the Summer of 1845 he had been appointed a tutor 
in Hamilton College, and though the acceptance of the ap- 
pointment was urgently requested by the Faculty he respect- 
fully declined it as precluding his immediate entrance on 
the duties of the ministry. He was married to Cordelia C. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GKXERATION. 13? 

Kendrick. of Hamilton, X. Y., Sept. 17, 1S4C. He preached 
in Lebanon, N. Y., fov several months prior to July, 1847, when 
he commenced preaching to the church in Hamilton, N. Y., 
and continued his labors there, with great acceptance, until 
his death, at Cazenovia, October 4, 1847, of the same malig- 
nant disease which a few hours afterward proved fatal to his 
brother, Philetus B. Peck, both having the same funeral obse- 
quies, and both being borne together to their last resting place. 
He naturally possessed a vigorous and logical mind, and supe- 
rior powers of analysis. His intellectual trainmg was thorough 
and complete. He was kind-hearted, zealous and laborious, 
an excellent public speaker, and distinguished for his chaste 
and manly eloquence. 

CHILDREN OF XATHAN PECK (552) AND SALLY, HIS WIFE. 

[1369.] 1. TAM3IA, b. in Plymouth, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1804, 
and d., in Norwich, jS". Y., Oct. 15, 1806. 

[1370.] 2. CELISTA, b. in Plymouth, X. Y., Oct. 28, 1806 ; 
m. Benjamin Salisbury, April 6, 1831, and, in 1875, was living 
in Cortlandville, X. Y. 

[1371.] 3. STEPHEN N., b. in Plymouth, N. Y., Sept. 14, 
1808 ; m. Almira Ferris, who d., in Aug. 1850, at Whitewater, 
Wis. 

[1372.] 4. URINA, b. in Solon, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1810 : m. 
Thomas Derby, April 13, 1833, and d., in Cortlandville, N. Y., 
Oct. 8, 1866. 

[1373.] 5. TA3IMA A., b. in Solon, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1812 ; m. 
Chauncey Mahan, July 11, 1837, and d., in Cortlandville, N. Y., 
Nov. 5, 1845. 

[1374.] 6. HANNAH, b. in Solon, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1814 ; m. 
Joseph D. Chaffee, March 19, 1837, and, in 1872, was living in 
Cortlandville, N. Y. 

[1375.] 7. DeWITT C, b. in Nelson, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1816 ; 
m. 1. Caroline Clark, Oct. 21, 1841, and m. 2. Eliza R. Kinne, 
Sept. 17, 1850, and, in 1872. was living in Hillsdale, 3Iich. 



138 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1376.] 8. NATHAN, b. in Xelsou, X. Y., Dec. 17, 181S, 
and d., in Nelson, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1821. 

[1377.] 9. SALLY MARLl, b. in Nelson, N. Y., Oct. 4, 
1821 ; m. Reuben Bennett, Nov. 17, 1843, and, in 1875, v/as 
living in Cortlandville, N. Y. 

[1378.] 10. NATHAN B., b. in Nelson, N. Y., Nov. 28, 
1823 ; m. Laura Hopkins, March 31, 1849, and, in 1875, was 
living in Cortlandville, N. Y. 

[1379.] 11. JOHN D., b. in Nelson, N. Y., June 6, 1827 ; 
m. Sarah J. Osborn, May 24, 1854, and, in 1875, vvas living in 
Conueaut, Ashtabula Co., 0. 

CHILDREN OF JAMES PECK (555) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1380.] 1, DEBORAH, b. Feb. 23, 1804 ; m. Warren W. 
Sellick, June 15, 1820, and d., in Bridgeport, Conn., June 8, 
1834. 

[1381.] 2. BENJAMIN, (2G30) b. Nov. 5, 1805 ; m. Asenath 
Florence, Nov. 25, L829, and d., in Port Chester, N. Y., April 
10, 1864, where his widow resided in 1877. 

[1382.] 3. ALICE E., b. July 27, 1808 ; m. James Green, in 
1827, and, in 1874, was living in Bridgeport, Conn. 

[1383.] 4. SARAH A., b. Aug. 7, 1814; m. Thomas Bene- 
dict, in 1836, and, in 1874, was living in New Haven, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF HEATH PECK (556) AND SALLY, HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1384.] 1. RUTH, b. 3Iarch 7, 1802 ; m. Gideon Reeves, 
who has died, and she was living in Lodi. N. Y., in 1872. 

[1385.] 2- ELSEY, b. Oct. 22, 1804 ; m. Isaiah Allen, and, 
in 1870, was living at Gratiot Center, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN PECK (559) AND NANCY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN W^ATERVLIET, N. Y. 

[1386.] I. ROBERT K., b. June 22, 1827, and d., in Water- 
vliet, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1827. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION". 130 

[1387.] 2. XATHAX G., (2631) b. April 12, 1829 ; in. 1. 
Catharine II. Williams, and m. 2. Content Brockway, and, in 
1875, was living in Junction City, Kansas. 

[1388.] 1. CAMPBELL K., (2632) b. April 8, 1831 ; m. 
Helen A. Higbie, and, in 1875, was living in Keokuk, Iowa. 

CniLDKEN OF SOLOMON C. PECK, (560) ALL BOKN IN CLIFTON 
PARK, N. Y. 

[1389.] I.DAVID A., (2633) b. Aug. 23, 1820; m. Susan 
Foot ; was ordained a Baptist minister, Sept. 6, 1818, and, in 
1875, was living in Eockwood, X. Y. 

[1390.] 2. LYDIA, b. Sept. 5, 1823 ; m. Martin Woodward, 
and, in 1870, was living in Clifton Park, N. Y. 

[1391.] 3. 3IAEGARET. b. Aug. 26, 1825, and d., in Clifton 
Park, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1825. 

[1392.] 1. CATHARIXE, b. Dec. 13, 1826 ; m. Samuel 
Smith, and, in 1870, was living in Clifton Park, X. Y. 

[1393.] 5. SOLOMOX T., (2634) b. Feb. 7, 1831 ; m. Mary 
Hosmer, and, in 1875, was living in Belle Prairie, 111. 

[1394.] 6. SARAH, b. Aug. 14, 1833 ; m. John D. Darling, 
and d., in Watervliet, X\ Y., Aug. 15, 1869. 

[1395.] 7. XATHAX E., b. May 13, 1837 ; m. Sarah Fel- 
lows, April 2^, 1863, and, in 1875, was living in Clifton Park, 
N. Y. He had no children. 

[1396.J 8. MARY A., b. July 1, 1840 ; m. John A. Vedder, 
Xov. 22, 1865, and, in 1870, was living in Schenectady, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ABIJAH PECK, (562) ALL BORN IN CLIFTON 
PARK, N. Y. 

[1397.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. April 5, 1823, and d. unm., in 
Clifton Park, X. Y., April 16, 1844. 

[1398.] 2. STEPHEX V., b. Feb. 21, 1826, and d., in Clif- 
ton Park, X. Y., Aug. 2, 1826. 

[1399.] 3. JOHX, (2635) b. Aug. 19,1827; m.Penina M.Clark, 
June 14, 1854, and, in 1877, was living in Clifton Park, X. Y. 



140 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1400.] 4. REED, b. Dec. 7, 1832, aad d., iu Cliftou Park, 
N. Y., Aug. 21, 1849. 

[1401.J 5. CAROLIXE Y., b. May 20, 1838, and d., iu Clif- 
ton Park, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1851. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (564) AND MARIA, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN CLIFTON PARK, N. Y. 

[1402.] 1. CAROLINE, b. Aug. 18, 1830 ; m. Dudley E. 
Jones, Sept. 12, 1855, and, in 18C9, was living at Little Rock, 
Arkansas. 

[1403.] 2. MONTGOMERY, b. July 29, 1833, and d., in 
Clifton Park, N. Y., May 5, 1838. 

[1404.] 3. SOPHIA, b. June 28, 1835 ; m. Luman S. Clark, 
in Oct. 1859, and, in 1869, was living in Little Rock, Ark. 

[1405.] 4. ELIZA, b. April 17, 1837, and d., in Clifton Park, 
N. Y., May 18, 1855. 

[1406.] 5. MARIA, b. April '22, 1839 ; m. John M. Clark, iu 
Nov. 1858, and, in 1870, was living in Clifton Park, N. Y. 

[1407.] 6. JENNIE, b. Aug. 24, 1841 ; m. Cyrus P. Rogers, 
Dec. 31, 1862, and, in 1869, was living in Frederica, Del. 

[1408.] 7. HATTIE, b. Feb. 4, 1844 ; m. Charles D. Tliur- 
ber, Dec. 2, 1868, and, in 1875, was living at Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y. 

[1409.] 8. JOHN A., b. Feb. 8, 1847, and d., in Clifton 
Park, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1850. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (565) AND ABIGAIL, HIS WIFE. ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1410.] 1. TAMMA R., b. Oct. 22, 1799, and d., in Stamford, 
Conn., Ang. 14, 1815. 

[1411.] 2. GEORGE, b. Sept. 6, 1801, and d., in Greenwich, 
Conn., Nov. 17, 1814. 

[L412.] 3. SYLVANUS, b. Aug. 14, 1803, and d. unm., in 
Stamford, Conn., Aug. 13, 1823. 



PECK GEXEALOGY — EIGHTH GEXERATlON. 1-41 

[1413.] 4. HANNAH, b. Aug. 14, 1803 ; m. Rov. Elijah 
Hibbard, 3Iarcli 18, 1S34, and d., in Geneva, N. Y., Feb. 27, 
1858. 

[1414.] 5. ELIZA, b. Aug. 10, 1805, and d. num., in Water- 
loo, N. Y., June 8, 1845. 

[1415.] 6. SAMUEL, b. Dec. 20, 1806, and m. Widow Mary 
P. Jackson, dau. of Deborah P. Ferris, (507) Jan. 20, 1833, and, 
in 1861, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1416.J 7. EMELINE, b. Nov. 10, 1808, and d. unm., in 
Greenwich, Conn., Feb. 13, 1831. 

[1417.] 8. DARIUS, b. July 27, 1811, and d. unm., in Green- 
wich, Conn., March 10, 1851. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (570) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1418.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. July 23, 1815 ; m. Edward 
Derby, and, in 1801, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1419.] 2. DAVID B., b. April 17, 1817 ; m. Harriet Fra- 
shay, and, in 1861, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1420.J 3. HARRIET, b. April 12, 1819 ; m. Floyd Palmer, 
and d., in North Castle, N. Y., April 8, 1840. 

[1421.] 4. HENRY, b. April 20, 1822, and d. unm., in 
Greenwich, Conn., Oct. 8, 1849. 

[1422.] 5. HANNAH, b. May 22, 1824; m. Edgar L. Brun- 
dage, and d., in Greenwich, Conn., Dec. 14, 1861. 

[1423.] 6. MARY, b. April 22, 1826 ; m. Richard Smith, 
and, in 1861, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF ENOCH P. PECK (573) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN SHARON, CoNN. 

[1424.] 1. AUGUSTUS L., b. Sept. 8, 1816 ; m. Mary 
L. Parsons, Jan. 4, 1841, and, in 1877, was living in Sharon, 
Conn. 

[1425.] 2. ELIAS R., b. Oct. 10, 1824 ; m. Euphemia E. 
Nodine, Oct. 28, 1854, and d., in Sharon, Oct. 21, 1864. 



142 PECK GENEALOGY— EIGHTH GEXERATIOX. 

[1426.] 3. CIIAllLES W., b. Dec. 18, 1831; ra. Julia 31. 
Cartwrig-]it, Nov. 3, 1858, and, in 1873, \vas living in Sharon, 
Conn. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE W. PECK (571) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN SHARON, CONN. 

[1427.] 1. CHARLES M., b. July 29, 1820, and d., in Slia- 
ron, Conn., April 13, 1822. 

[1428.] 2. BETSEY L., b. jt. 31, 1823 ; m. James Allen, 
May 22, 1850, and, in 1870, was living in Bethlem, Conn. 

[1429.] 3. EMILY, b. July 29, 1826 ; m. 1. Sanford Peck, 
(866) Nov. 28, 1850, and m. 2. John Trowbridge, Sept. 21, 1>^69, 
and, in 1870, was living in Bethlem, Conn. 

[1430.] 4. JOHX C, b. Oct. 6, 1828 ; m. Josephine Hoyt, 
May 4, 1853, and, in 1870, was living in Atlanta, Gfa. 

[1431.] 5. A31AR1LLIS, b. Aug. 25, 1830; m. Watson 
Cartwright, April 7, 1856, and, in 1870, was living in Hamden, 
Conn. 

[1432.] 6. CAROLINE M., b. June 22, 1833, and d., in 
Sharon, Conn., June 13, 1844. 

[1433.] 7. SARAH A., b. April 16, 1838 ; m. Roderick B. 
Judson, Oct. 2, 1858, and, in' 1870, was living in Woodbury, 
Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN C. PECK (579) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, BORN 
IN CATSKILL, N. Y. 

[1435.] 1. LAURA, b. July 20, 1834; m. William II. Russ, 
June 6, 1852, and d., in Catskill, X. Y., Feb. 21, 1870. 

[1436.] 2. REBECCA, b. Aug. 14, 1835 ; m. Orrin R. Bou- 
ton, Aug. 18, 1857, and, in 1870, was living in Roxbury, N. Y. 

ONLY CHILD OF SAMUEL F. PECK (580) AND LAURA ANN, HIS 
WIFE, BORN IN SHARON, CONN. 

[1437.] CHARLOTTE A., b. July 12, 1832; m. Edraond 
Peck, (864) Dec. 25, 1855, and d., in Sharon, Conn., Feb. 4, 1856. 



PECK GEXEALOOY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 143 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (581) AND ELIZA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1138.] 1. GEORGE, b. May 8, 1829, and d., in l^cw York 
city, Sept. 10, 1829. 

[1139.] 2. ALOXZO R., b. July 19, 1831; m. Lydia A. 
Stuart, and, in 1877, was living in New York city. 

[1140.J 3. WILLIAM H., b. Nov. 2, 1833 ; m. Mary Van 
Dusen, and, in 1875, was living in Xew York city. 

[1411.] 4. ADELAIDE, b. Dec. 22, 1837, and, in 1875, was 
living in Xew York city. 

[1442.] 5. CATHARIXE E., b. March 25, 1839, and, in 
1875, was living in New York city. 

[1443.] 6. ALBERT, b. April 18, 1840, and, in 1875, was 
living in New York city. 

[1444.] 7. SUSAN, b. Aug. 11, 1845, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing in New York city. 

[1445.] 8. ELIZA, b. June 12, 1851, and, in 1875, was living 
in New York city. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM PECK (583) AND LYDIA A., HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1446.] 1. EDWIN, b. March 27, 1834, : was m. and d., in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., June 12, 1872. 

[1447.] 2. AD ALINE, b. Feb. 11, 1836 ; m. and, in 1875, 
was living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[1448.] 3. SARAH, b. Dec. 20, 1837, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[1449.] 4. AUGUSTUS, b. Feb. 10, 1840 ; m. and, in 1875, 
was living in New York city. 

[1450.] 5. 3IARY, b. March 24, 1842 ; m. and, in 1875, was 
living in Philadelphia, Penn. 

[1451.] 6. BENJA3IIN, b. May 11, 1844, and, in 1875, was 
living unm. in New York city. . 

[1452.] 7. CORNELIA, b. Sept. 11, 1846 ; m. and, in 1875, 
was living in Philadelphia, Penn. 



144 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GE2>ERATI0N. 

[1453.] 8. \YILL1A3I T., b. Aug. 22, 1849, and, in 1875, 
was living unm. in Xorsvalk, Conn. 

[1454.] 9. ISAAC, b. 3Iay 28, 1851, and d. unm. in Cireea- 
wich, Conn, 

[1455.] 10. JOHN B., b. July 6, 1852, and, in 1875, was 
living unm. in Xew York city. 

[1456.] 11. CHARLES, b. Feb. 16, 1856, and, in 1875, his 
residence was unknown. 

CHILDREN OF EDWIN PECK (584) AND MARTHA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1457.] 1. ^lAIlY A., b. 3Iay 17, 1842 ; m. Seymour X. 
Gimbrede, April 15, 1862, and, in 1876, was living in New 
York city. Her husband d. there Sept. 9, 1868. 

[1458.] 2. ISABEL, b. Aug. 24, 1846 ; m. Jerome Badgley, 
and, in 1876, was living in New Y'ork city. 

[L459.] 3. ELOISE, b. Aug. 24, 1846, and d., in New York 
city, July 23, 1848. 

[1460.] 4. FLORENCE LOISE, b. 3Iarch 1856 ; m. and, in 
1876, was living in New York city. 

CHILDREN OF ENOS K. PECK (590) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN MADISON, GEORGIA. 

[1461.] 1. CHARLES E., b. Aug. 12, 1830, and, in 1854, 
was living unm. in Arkansas. 

[1462.] 2. FRANCES ANN, b. April 12, 1833 ; m. Richard 
A. Jones, and, in 1861, was living in Madison, Ga. 

[1463.] 3. DAY ID W., b. May 7, 1834, and, in 1860, was 
living unm. in Wood Co., Texas. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE A. PECK (600) AND ANN ELIZA, HIS WIFE, 

ALL BORN IN NEW YORK CITY, EXCEPT THE LAST, 

WHO WAS BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1464.] 1. HENRY V., b. July 5, 1842, and, in 1870, was 
living unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 



fECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 145 

[1465.] 2. FRAXCES C, b. Dec. 14, 1843, aud d., in Green- 
wich, Conn., April 7, 1858. 

[1466.] 3. MARY E., b. Aug. 14, 1847, and, in 1870, was 
living unra. in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1467.] 4. GEORGE A., b. July 19, 1849, and, in 1870, was 
living unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1468.] 5. JANE A., b. Dec. 12, 1851, and d., in New York 
city, July 22, 1853. 

[1469.] 6. JAXE A., again, b. July 9, 1854, and, in 1870, 
was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1470.] 7. JOSEPH E., b. Feb. 29, 1856, and, in 1870, was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1471.] 8. EMMA F., b. Feb. 12, 1859, and, in 1870, was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF SOLOMON PECK (601) AND MARY, HIS AVIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1472.] 1. FERRIS, b. Oct. 14, 1830, and d., in July, 1863, 
in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1473.] 2. JOSEPH, b. May 24, 1832; m. Catharine 31. 
Whiting. Oct. 18, 1852, and, in 1870, was living in New York 
city. 

[1474.] 3. S0L03I0N, b. April 9, 1834, and, in 1870, was 
living in Stamford, Conn. . 

[1475.] 4. E3IELIXE W., b. July 17, 1836, and, in 1870, 
was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1476.J 5. CAROLINE E., b. April 12, 1845, and, in 1870, 
was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JEDUTHAN PECK (603) AND MART, HIS WIFE, ALL 
; BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

i 

[i477.] 1. SAMUEL J., b. Feb. 14, 1846, and, in 1861, was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1478.] 2. ISAAC A., b. Aug. 20, 1848, and, in 1861, svas 
livinpr in Greenwich, Conn. 



146 PECK genealogy-eighth; generation. 

[1-479.] 3. JOHX F., b. Nov. 26, 1858, and, in 1861. v,as 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1480.] 4. WILLI A3I F., b. Feb. 26, 1860, and, iu ISGl, 
was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

ONLY CHILD OF JESSE PECK (607) AND ROSENA, HIS WIFE, BORN 
IN BEDFORD N. Y. 

[1481.] JOHN, b. Feb. 4, 1844, and, in 1861, was living iu 
Bedford, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM H. PECK (609) AND JANE, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN NEW" YORK CITY, EXCEPT THE LAST, WHO 

WAS BORN IN SING SING, N. Y. 

[1482.] 1. MARY C, b. June 29, 1823 ; m. Enoch E. Ware, 
and, in 1873, was living near Yonkers, N. Y. 

[1483.] 2. SARAH E., b. July 21, 1825, and d. unm., in 
Sing Sing, June 12, 1866. 

[1484.] 3. WILLIAM H., b. July 24, 1827, and d., in Xew 
York city, March 24, 1832. 

[1485.] 4. GILBERT C, b. Aug. 5, 1831, and d., m Xew 
York city, 3Iarch 17, 1837. 

[I486.] 5. WILLIAM H., again, b. July 9, 1835 ; m. Isa- 
bella Bard, of Sing Sing, X^. Y., June 27, 1866, and was living 
there in 1873. 

[1487.] 6. JAXE S., b. July 9, 1835, and, in 1873, wa« Jiv- 
ing unm. in Sing Sing, X. Y. 

[1488.] 7. E3IMA, b. 3Iarch 13, 1838, and, in 1873, was liv- 
ing in Sing Sing, X. Y. 

[1489.] 8. ISAAC C, b. April '22, 1841, and d., March 10, 
1843, in Sing Sing, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF EDML-ND PECK (616) AND JIARY, HIS WIFE. 

[1490.] 1. CHARLES E., b. in Xew York city. May 1, 1844, 
and, in 1873, was living in Jersey City, X. J. 

[1491.] 2. WALLACE F., b. in Xew York city, Xov. 7. 1846, 
and, in 1873, was living in Jersey City, X. J. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 147 

[1492.] 3. LEVAX S., b. in Sing Sing, N. Y., Nov. 13, 

1850, and, and, in 1873, was living in Jersey City, N. J. 
[1493.] 4. T. SMULL, b. Feb. 12, 1854, in Sing Sing, X. Y., 

and d., in Carbon Co., near White Haven, Luzerne Co., Penn., 
July 4, 1858. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES H. PECK (628) AND REBECCA, HIS WIFE, 

ALL BORN IN ST. LOUIS, MO., AND ALL 

LIVING THERE IN 1861. 

[1494.] 1. AUSTIN, b. Jan. 29, 1841. 

[1495.] 2. CHARLES H., b. Jan. 15, 1843. 

[1496.] 3. RUDOLPH A., b. Oct. 28, 1845. 

[1497.] 4. STEPHEN, b. Aug. 14, 1847. 

[1498.] 5. RODERICK A., b. Aug. 16, 1849. 

[1499.] 6. REBECCA, b. March 12, 1852. 

[1500.] 7. WILLIA3I W., b. Jan. 10, 1855. 

[150LJ 8. BELLE, b. Jan. 16, 1857. 

[1502.] 9. JOHN A., b. Feb. 13, 1859. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN WALTER PECK, (624) ALL BORN IN ST. LOUIS, 
MO., AND ALL LIVING THERE IN 1861. 

[1503.] 1. CHARLES W., b. Sept. 8, 1847. 

[1504.] 2. WILLIA3I H., b. June 14, 1850. 

[1505.] 2. EDWARD B., b. Dec. 28, 1851. 

[1506.] 4. GEORGE W., b. Jan. 19, 1854. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM H. PECK (629) AND MARY, HIS WIFE. 

[1507.] 1. ELIZABETH A., b. in Stamford, Conn., Sept. 30, 
1848, and, in 1870, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1508.] 2. GEORGE F., b. in Greenwich, Conn., July L8, 

1851, and, in 1870, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1509.] 3. CHARLES T., b. in Greenwich, Conn., Dec. 31, 
1856, and, in 1870, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 



148 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GE>-ERATIU^\ 

CHILDREN OF STEPHEN PECK (632) AND SUSAN A., HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN STAMFORD, CONN. 

[1510.] 1. CHARLES HEXRY, b. Oct. 4, 1848, and, iu 
1861, was living in Stamford, Conn. 

[1511.] 2. LEWIS F., b. April 12, 1850, and, in 1861, wa;^ 
living in Stamford, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN ALBERT PECK (633) AND JANE A., HIS WIFE, 
BOTH BORN IN STAMFORD, CONN. 

[1512.] 1. WILLIA:\J H., b. March 29, 1849, and, in 1861, 
was living in Stamford, Conn. 

[1513.] 2. EYA JANE, b. June 26, 1854, and, in 1861, was 
living in Stamford, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF WALTER PECK (634) AND CATHARINE, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1514.] 1. E31ELINE A., b. June 22, 1806, and d., unm., 
in Sept., 1875, in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1515.] 2. EBEXEZER W., b. Xov. 12, 1807 ; m. Elizabeth 
Williams, and, in 1870, was living in East New York, Kmgs 
Co., N. Y. 

[1516.] 3. ABRAHA3I D., b. Feb. 19, 1809 : m. Sarah J. 
Campbell, and had d., in Brighton, near Ann Arbor, 3iich., 
prior to 1877. 

[1517.] 4. CORDELLA., b. Nov. 29, 1810, and d., in Green- 
wich, Conn., Oct. 18, 1817. 

[1518.J 5. WALTER C, b. Sept. 12, 1812, and d,, in New 
York city, Feb. 4, 1819. 

[1519.] 6. LOULSA, b. April 16, 1814 : m. Pardon D. Davis, 
and, in 1869, was living in Y'onkers, N. Y'. 

[1520.] 7. GEORGE W., b. May 18, 1816 : m. Sophia Lee ; 
has been a member of Congress from Michigan, and, in 1869, 
was said to be living in East Saginaw, Mich. 

[1521.] 8. OPHELIA, b. July 2, 1818 ; m. Leonard Hess, 
and, in 1870, was living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 1-49 

[1522.] 9. CATHARIXE A., b. April 8, 1819, and d., in 
New York city, July 27, 1820. 

[1523.] 10. WALTEK, b. July 21, 1821, and d. unm., in 
Chicago, 111., June 17, 1855. 

[1524.] 11. CATHARINE 31., b. April 4, 1823, and d., in 
New York city, Oct. 22, 1824. 

[1525.] 12. LaEAYETTE, b. Eeb. 6, 1825, and d., in New 
York city, June 12, 1826. 

[1526.] 13. CORNELIA, b. Jan. 4, 1827, and d., in New 
York city, May 6, 1827. 

[1527.] 14. WILLIAM TAPPAN, b. March 18, 1828, and 
d., in New York city, Dec. 21, 1829. 

[L528.] 15. EDWARD H., b. 3Iay 6, 1830 ; m. Susan sill- 
ier, and, in 1870, was supposed to be living in Canada. 

CHILDREN OF RALPH PECK (640) AND ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1529.] 1. FRANCES E., b. June 10, 1827, and d., in New 
York city, June 19, 1827. 

[1530.] 2. CATHARINE E., b. Oct. 31, 1828 ; m. William 
H. Reading, June 1, 1848, and d., in Indianapolis. Ind., July 
17, 1854. 

[1531.] 3. JULIA W., b. June 20, 1830 ; m. William M. 
Clark, Jan. 29, 1855, and, in 1870, was living at Mianus, Conn. 

[1532.] 4. DEBORAH S., b. Oct. 30, 1831, and, in 1870, 
was living at Mianus, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF W^ILLIAM PECK, (644) ALL BORN IN NEW^ YORK CITY. 

[1533.] 1. WILLIA3I IL, b. Nov. 24, 1808 ; m. Ellen Ann 
Hitt, was several years Post 3Iaster of Brooklyn, N. Y., and d. 
there 3Iay 15, 1868. 

[1534.] 2. ALFRED, b. July 28, 1810, and d., in Newark, 
N. J., in 1818. 

[1535.] 3. WALTER, b. 3Iarch 30, 1812 ; m. 1. Maria Hitt, 
and m. 2. Anna Gotsberger, and, in 1860, wa.s living in New 
Orleans, La. 



150 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GEXEKATIOX. 

[1536.J 4. JANE, b. Feb. 2, 18U ; m. Luke Roscoe, and, in 
1860, was living in Lapeer, Micli. 

CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM PECK (651) AND MARGARET ANN, 
HIS WIFE. 

[1537.] 1. TUNIS, b. in Rotterdam, X. Y., Sept. 11, 1835 ; 
m. 1. Anna Lasher, Sept. 11, 1862, who d. June 11, 1866 ; m. 
2. Susan M. Miller. Feb. 13, 1868, and, in 1877, was living- iu 
Amsterdam, N. Y. 

[1538.J 2. BENJAMIN, b. in Glenville, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1838, 
and d. there March 12, L838. 

CHILDREN OF EDWWRD PECK, (653) ALL BORN IN WESTFIKLD, 

N. Y., AND ALL, EXCEPT MARY ANN AND 

ISABELLA, LIVING THERE IN 1861. 

[1539.] 1. MARY ANN, b. May 18, 1831, and d., in V7est- 
field, N. Y., about 1839. 

[1540.J 2. ISABELLA, b. Nov. 15, 1837, and d., in West- 
field, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1841. 

[1541.J 3. EDWARD, b. Oct. 14, 1839 ; m. Joanna Dewey. 

[1542.] 4. HIRAM R., b. Aug. 12, 1841. 

[1543.] 5. DELOS, b. May 3, 1843. 
' [1544.] 6. ROLLIN, b. July 8, 1845. 

[1545.] 7. FRANK, b. Aug. 3, 1849. 

[1546.] 8. MARYETTE, b. Oct. 14, 1851. 

CHILDREN OF HARVEY PECK (657) AND MINERVA, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN W^ESTFIELD, N. Y., AND ALL, EXCEPT 

ELLEN M., LIVING THERE IN 1861. 

[1547.] 1. HOLLISTER H., b. Nov. 16, 1835. 
[1548.] 2. ELLIOTT S., b. Feb. 5, 1842. " 
[1549.] 3. MARY L., b. March 13, 1845. 
[1550.] 4. ELLEN M., b. Sept. 29, 1847, and d., in West^ 
field, N. Y., May 26, 1850. 

[1551.] 5. HENRY S., b. May 25, 1849. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 151 

CHILDREN OF JONATHAN PECK (660) AND CAROLINE, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN FLUSHING, N. Y. 

[1552.] 1. CORNELL, b. 3Iarcli 14, 1809 ; m. Mary Nelson, 
of Flushing-, N. Y., April 16, 1839, and, in 1860, was living in 
Flushing, N. T. 

[1553.] 2. ANN ELIZA, b. June 9, 1811 ; m. William H. 
Fairweather, of Flushing, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1831, and, in 1860, 
was living in Flushing, N. Y. 

[1554.] 3. JAMES, b. April 25, 1813; m. Sarah Bush, of 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan, 5, 1847, and d., in Flushing, N. Y., Oct. 
15, 1855. 

[1555.] 4. RICHARD, b. Dec. 28, 1815 ; m. Ann Eliza Havi- 
land, of New York city, Feb. 21, 1839, and m. 2. Mary Ann 
Smith, of New Haven, Conn., and, in 1873, was living in New 
Haven, Conn. 

[1556.] 5. THOMAS LAVENDER, b. Nov. 21, 1817 ; m. 1. 
Clarissa Fairweather, Oct. 18, 1838, who d. Aug. 31, 1858, and 
m. 2. Sarah E. Boot man, of New Y'ork city, June 21, 1860, and, 
in 1860, was living in Norwalk, Conn. 

[1557.] 6. CAROLINE, b. March 14, 1819 ; m. William 
Henry Roe, of Flushing, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1839, and d., in Flush- 
ing, N. Y.. April 16, 1854. 

[1558.] 7. JANNETT, b. May 2, 1821 ; m. Theodore D. 
Dumont, Nov. 5, 1851, and, in Oct. 1860, was living in Wil- 
liamsburgh, N. Y. 

[1559.J 8. SUSAN ANN, b. Dec. 18, 1823 ; m. William 
Augustus Mitchell, of Flushing, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1846, and, in 
1860, was living in Manhasset, N. Y. 

[1560.] 9. JONATHAN, b. Aug. 27, 1825 ; m. Mary Antoi- 
nette Poole, of Flushing, N, Y., Aug. 4, 1847, and, in 1874, was 
living in Long Island city, N. Y. 

[1561.] 10. HENRY AUGUSTUS, b. Sept. 18, 1829 ; m. 
Mary Duryea, of Flushing, in Feb. 1857, and, in 1870, was 
living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 



152 PECK GENEALOGY— EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1562.J 11. WILLIAM LEWIS, b. Sept. 2, 1831 ; m. Pliebe 
Aun Wright, of Flashing, iu Oct. 1855, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing in Kew York city. 

CHILDREN OF CURTIS PECK, (6G1) ALL BORN IN FLUSHING, N. Y. 

[1563.] 1. MARY, b. Feb. 10, 1808 ; m. Stephen Mills, of 
Flushing, N. Y., in 1827, and, iu 18(30, was living in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

[156-4.] 2. SARAH P., b. Jan. 16, 1810 ; m. Alfonso Del- 
gado, of Mexico, in 1826, and d., in the city of 3Iexico, in Feb. 
1831. 

[1565.] 3. WILLIAM HEXRY, b. Nov. 30, 1812 ; m. Eliza 
B. Robinson, of Bridgeport, Conn., Jan. 19, 1835, and, in 1872, 
was living in Flushing, N. Y. 

[1566.] 4. AGNES, b. Sept. 19, 1811 ; m. James B. Thomp- 
son, of New York city, in 1830, and, iu 1860, was living in 
New York city. 

[1567.] 5. ANN REBECCA, b. Aug. 25, 1816 ; m. Darius 
A. Nash, of New York city, in 1837, and d., in Maspeth, N. Y., 
July 15, 1811. 

[1568.] 6. ELIZABETH ANN, b. Aug. 17, 1818 ; m. Henry 
Brooks, of New York city, in 1831, and d., in New York city, 
Dec. 26, 1831. 

[1569.] 7. CURTIS, b. Aug. 27, 1820 ; m. 1. Hannah Maria 
Allen, and m. 2. Catalina Meserole, in 1810, and, in 1860, was 
living in New Rochelle, N. Y. 

[1570.] 8. JOHN FORBES, b. Dec. 27, 1821 ; m. Loretta 
Reynolds, of Port Chester, N. Y., in 1838, and, in 1860, was 
living in Hartford, Conn. 

[1571.] 9. P. GALATIAN, b. Sept. 10, 1823 ; m. Ann Rey- 
naud, of New York city, in 1839, and, in 1860, was living in 
New York city. 

[1572.] 10. ALFONSO DELGADO, b. Sept. 1, 1825 ; m. 
• Elizabeth Gould, of Fairfield, Conn., in 1817, and, iu 1860, was 
living in California. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 153 

[1573.] 11. HAXNAH 3IARIA, b. July 15, 1828, and d. 
imm., in Brooklyu, N. Y., June 20. 184i(3. 

[1574.] 12. LOUISA, b. Sept. 11, 1832 ; m. Robert J. Da- 
vies, of Brooklyu, X. Y., in 1848, and was living there in 1860. 

[1575.] 13. SAEAH E., b. Sept. 9, 1830.; m. Joseph Hart, 
of Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1857, and was living there in 18C0. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES PECK, {Qi52). THE FIRST FOUR BORN IN 
NEW YORK CITY, AND THE LAST THREE IN FLUSHING, N. Y. 

[1576.] 1. PIAXXAH, b. April 25, 1810 ; m. James W. Har- 
per, of Xew York city, March 13, 1827, and, in 1860, was liv- 
ing in Brooklyn, X. Y. 

[1577. J 2. ELIZABETH ANN, b. Xov. 2, 1816 ; m. Amasa 
Xewraan, of Brooklyn, N. Y., April 5, 1836, and, in 1860, was 
living in Brooklyn, X. Y. 

[1578.] 3. CHARLES BENSOX, b. Dec. 19, 1818 ; m. 
Sarah Wright, Sept. 10, 1839, and d., in Brooklyn, X. Y., July 
5, 184L 

[1579.] 4. ESTHER ELIZA, b. March 31, 1821 ; m. John 
Habberton, of Brooklyn, X. Y., March 19, 1841, and, in 1860, 
was living in Brooklyn, X. Y. 

[1580.] 5. 3IARY 3IARTHA, b. June 2, 1823 ; m. Rev. 
Solomon Parsons, Oct. 10, 1859, and, in 1860, was living in 
Perth Amboy, X. J. 

[1581.] 6. HARRIET XEWELL, b. Sept. 28, 1826 ; m. 
Daniel Baker, M. D., Aug. 1, 1858, and, in 1860, was living in 
Chatham, X. J. 

[1582.] 7. RICHARD SEAMAX^ b. Aug. 23, 1828 ; m. 
Catharine Emmons, of Brooklyn, X. Y. Xov. 3, 1856. 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC PECK (663) AND AGNES, HIS W^IFE, ALL BORN 
IN FLUSHING, N, Y. 

[1583.] 1. HAMILTOX, b. May 4, 1815 ; m 1. Jane Morgan, 
July 15, 1845, and m. 2. Anna M. Johnson, Aug. 13, 1857, and, 
in 1860, was living in Watertown, X. Y. 



154 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1584.] 2. AD ALINE, b. Sept. 29, 1816 ; m. Rev. Samuel 
M. Haskins, Jul}- 27, 1812, aud d., in Williamsburgh, X. Y., 
Jan. 19, 1858. 

[1585.] 3. ISAAC, b. Feb. 23, 1820 ; m. Abby P. Beers, dau. 
of Dr. Timothy P. Beers, of Xew Haven, Conn., 3Iarcli 17, 
1811, and, in 18G0, was living in Flushing, X. Y. 

[1586.] 1. GEORGE ^YARXER, b. Jan. 5, 1822; m. Ada- 
line A. Vassar, of Poughkeepsie, X. Y., Sept. 7, 1813, aud, in 
1877, was living in Flushing, X. Y., 

[1587.] 5. JAMES MILXER, b. Xov. 14, 1824 ; m. Anna 
Leverich, of Flushing, X^. Y., Sept. 11, 1860, and, in 1860, was 
living in Flushing, X. Y. 

[1588.] 6. MARIA GREEX, b. Oct. 31, 1826 ; m. Rev. 
William Parot, of Xew York city, who was an Episcopal cler- 
gyman, and, in 1860, was living at Pierrepont, X. Y"". 

CHILDREN OF ELIJAH PECK, (664) ALL BORN IN FLUSHING, N. Y. 

[1589.] I.MARGARET AXX, b. March 27, 1817; m. 
James Udall, Feb. 11, 1834, and, in 1860, was living at Great 
Xeck, X. Y. 

[1590.] 2. JOXATHAX^ RICHARD, b. July 6, 1822 ; m. 
Elizabeth Bennett, Sept. 4, 1853, and, in 1860, was living in 
Brooklyn, X. Y. 

[1591.J 3. ELIJAH, b. Dec. 23, 1824; m. Susan C Jones, 
April 28, 1847, and d., in Great Xeck, X. Y., Feb. 2, 1856. 

[1592.J 4. CHARLOTTE LOUISA, b. Xov. 8, 1828 ; m. 
Robert M. Ward, of Xew York city, Feb. 10, 1847, and was 
living there in 1870. 

ONLY CHILD OF ALEXANDER PECK (665) AND REBECCA, HIS WIFE, 
BORN IN FLUSHING, N. Y. 

[1593.] ALEXAXDER, b. Aug. 2, 1818 ; entered the U. S. 
Navy and is supposed to have d. there unm. many years since. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH QENEKATION. 155 

CHILDREX OF WILLIAM PECK (G6C) AND LYDIA ANN, HIS WIFE, 

THE OLDEST BORN IN SAVANNAH, GA., AND THE 

OTHERS IN FLUSHING, N. Y. 

[1594.] 1. WILLIAM HOWARD, b. May 18, 1821 ; m. 
Laura C. Kinne, of Port Jefferson, ^N". Y., Dec. 1, 1841, and d., 
in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1852. 

[1595.] 2. THEODOSIA, b. April 19, 1823 ; m. William 
Habberton, of Brooklyn, X. Y., March 31, 1842, and, in 1860, 
was living at Mt. Carmel, 111. 

[1596.] 3. 3IARGARET ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 16, 1825 ; 
m. Charles Barnum, of Elushinp^, X. Y., Sept. 11, 1843, and, in 
1861^ was living in Flushing, N. Y. 

[1597.J 4. HARRIET KEITH, b. Nov. 29, 1827, and d. 
unm., in Flushing, N. Y., April 10, 1846. 

[1598.] 5. EDWARD L., b. Sept. 1, 1834, and, in 1860, was 
living unm. at Glen Cove, N. Y. 

[1599.] 6. ELIJAH W., b. March 17, 1836, and, in 1860, 
was living unm. in Terre Haute, Ind. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD PECK (667) AND HARRIET, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN SHELDON, VT. 

[1600.] 1. RICHARD, b. March 3, 1832, and d. unm., in 
Sheldon, Vt., 3Iarch 19, 1855. 

[1601.] 2. JAXXETT, b. Feb. 17, 1836, and, in 1860, was 
living unm. in Sheldon, Vt. 

[1602.J 3. THEODOSIA, b. April 23, 1838, and, iu 1860, 
was living unm. in Sheldon, Vt. 

[1603.] 4. HAXXAH, b. X^ov. 11, 1841, and, in 1860, was 
living unm. in Sheldon, Vt. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES E. PECK (673) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, THE 

FIRST FOUR BORN IN NEWBURGH, N. Y., AND THE OTHERS 

IN NEW YORK CITY, AND ALL, EXCEPT CHARLES E., 

AND MARIA T., LIVING THERE IN 1861. 

[1604.] 1. ELIZABETH T., b. Aug. 6, 1836. 



156 PECK GENEALOGY-— EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1G05.] 2. CHARLES E., b. 3Iarcli 25, 1838, and d., in Xew- 
burgh, X. Y., May 25, 1812. 

[16U6.J 3. CATHAEIXE A., b. March 1, 1810. 
^ [1607.] 4. GEOELtIAXXA, b. Jan. 20, 1811. 
* [1608.] 5. WILLIAM P., b. Oct. 9, 1816. 
[1609.] 6. ALPHOXSO, b. April 16, 1819. 
[1610.] 7. MARIA T., b. Oct. 19, 1851, and d., in Xew York 
city, Aug. 19, 1852. 

[1611.] 8. CHARLES E., again, b. Aug. 15, 1855. 

CHILDREN OF FREDERICK PECK (677) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE. 

[1612.] 1. CHxiRLES F., b. in Greenwich, Conn., Dec. 6, 
1832 ; m. Sarah 3Ioore, of Xew Hampsliire, and, in 1860, was 
living in Boston, Mass. 

[1613.] 2. THEODORE H., b. in Stamford, Conn., June 27, 
1839, and was living there in 1800. 

[1611.] 3. EMELIXE H., b. in Stamford, Conn. Feb. 25, 
1812, and was living there in 1860. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM H. PECK (678) AND MARY, HIS WIFE. 

[1615.] 1. MARY E., b. in Xew York city, Dec. 17, 1832 ; 
m. James Donnelly, of Xew York city, and was living there 
in 1860. 

[1616.] 2. SARAH S., b. in Xew York city, Sept. 30, 1831, 
and was living there unm. in 1860. 

[1617.] 3. HAXXAH 31., b. in Xew York city, Oct. 17, 
1840 ; m. Henry Herbert, of Xew IJaven, Conn., and, in 1860, 
was living in Xew York city. 

[1618.] 4. JOHX W., b. in Greenwich, Conn., Oct. 29, 1812. 
and, in 1860, was living unm. in Xew York city. 

[1619.] 5. MOSES, b. in Greenwich, Conn., Dec. 24, 1844, 
and, in 1860, was living unm. in Xew York city. 

[1620.] 6. GEORGE, b. in Xew York city, Sept. 16, 1847, 
and, in 1860, was living unm. in Xew York city. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENEKATION. 157 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC TECK (685) AND MARGARET, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1621.] 1. GEORGE C, b. Oct. 17, 1841, aud, in 1860, was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1622.] 2. ADDISOX, b. Jan. 24, 1844, and, in 1860, was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1623.] 3. JAMES I., b. April 26, 1847, and, in 1860, was 
Jiving in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1624.] 4. AXXIE, b. in 1850, and, in 1860, was living in 
Greenwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID PECK (686) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN NEWBERN, N. C. 

[1625.] 1. EDWIX, b. in May 1801, and d,, in Xewbern, X. 
C, May 19, 1802. 

[1626.] 2. ANX AUGUSTA, b. June 29, 1802 ; m. James 
Rikenian, and, in 1868, was living at Rye Xeck, near Mama- 
roneck, X. Y. Her children w^ere" David P., b. Aug. 9, and d. 
Aug. 16, 1832, and An7i Augusta, b. Xov. 30, 1833, and, in 
1868, was living at Rye Xeck, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF BENONI PECK (694) AND HULDAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1627.] 1. HAXXAH, b. Sept. 13, 1813, and, in 1861, was 
living unm. in Genoa, X. Y. 

[1628.] 2. ISAAC, b. 3Iay 4, 1815 ; m. 1. Margaret Smith, 
who d. Dec. 28, 1849, and m. 2. Phebe Jane Stoddard, Jan. 28, 
1858, and, in 1861, was living in Genoa, X. Y. 

[1629.] 3. RHODA, b. April 11, 1818 ; m. Sereno E. Tcdd, 
June 19, 1844, and, in 1861, was living in Lansing, X. Y. 

[1630.] 4. AMY ELIZA, b. Sept. 11, 1821; m. Josiah 
Todd, Jr., Jan. 29, 1852, and, in 1861, was living in Lansing, 
X. Y. 

[1631.] 5. CORXELIUS, b. June 27, 1823, and d., in Green- 
wich, Conn., Oct. 18, 1826. 



158 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1632.] 6. DAVID, b. Feb. 16, L825 ; graduated at Yal.- 
College in 1819 ; m. Frances Maria Jocelyn, of New Ilaveu, 
Conn., Sept. 8, 1852 ; was a Congregational minister, and d., 
at Sunderland, 3Iass., Jan. 31, 1874, where he was settled as 
such minister. 

[1633.] 7. SARAH, b. Jan. 31, 1827 ; m. Lucius A. Brown, 
March 27, 1851, and, in 1861, was living in Deposit, N. Y. 

[1634.J 8. CORNELIUS, again, b. Sept. 30, 1829 ; m. Mary 
Wood, Feb. 12, 1862, and was then living in Genoa, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ELIPHALET PECK (701) AND DEBORAH, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1635.] 1. CELISTA, b. Oct. 3, 1824 ; m. Joseph Bounty, 
Jan. 15, 1851, and, in 1861, was living in X. Stamford, Conn. 

[1636.] 2. MARY, b. April 15, 1830 ; m. Harvey Slater, m 
Jan. 1853, and, in 1861, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1637.] 3. SAMUEL, b. Aug. 20, 1833, and d., in Green- 
wich, Conn., Aug. 23, 1833. • 

[1638.] 4. JARED, b. Sept. 14, 1834 ; m. Julia Ann Peck, 
(1740) Jan. 17, 1866, and was then living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1639.] 5. WILLIAM E., b. 3Iay 5, 1838 ; m. Emily Peck, 
(788) April 16, 1860. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID PECK (703) AND MARY B., HIS V/IFE, ALL 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1640.] 1. CEPHAS, b. Jan. 3, 1830 ; ra. Josephine Ferris, 
Dec. 31, 1857, and, in 1861, was living in Port Chester, N. Y. 

[1641.] 2. ANDREW, b. 3Iay 7, 1831, and d., m Greenwich, 
Conn., Sept. 15, 1831. 

[1642.] 3. ANNA AUGUSTA, b. Sept. 9, 1833 ; m. Samuel 
Peck, (747) Dec. 17, 1855, and, in 1861, was living in Bridge- 
port, Conn. 

[1643.] 4. MARY AMANDA, b. Jan. 27, 1835 ; m. Samuel 
Wilcox, May 17, 1852, and, in 1861, was living in Greenwich, 
Conn. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 159 

[1644.] 5. STEPHEN C, b. April 2, 1836 ; m. Eliza B. 
Sherwood, Xov. 20, 1865, and, in 1867, was living in Green- 
wich, Conn. 

[1645.] 6. CLARISSA E., b. Oct. 9, 1838, and d., in Green- 
wich, Conn , Oct. 19, 1839. 

[1646.] 7. CATHARIXE 31.. b. Dec. 30, 1839, and d., in 
Greenwich, Conn., 3Iarch 4, 1863. 

[1647.] 8. SARAH 31., b. June 29, 1841, and d., in Green- 
wich, Conn., Ang. 15, 1843. 

[1648.] 9. ALYORD, b. June 26, 1843. 

[1649.] 10. ELIZABETH C, b. June 23, 1847. 

CHILDREN OF GIDEON PECK (709) AND PHEBE W., HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN NEW^ YORK CITY, EXCEPT THE OLDEST, 

WHO W^AS BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1650.] 1. EBENEZER, b. July 19, 1814 ; m. Catharine 31. 
Franklin, and, in 1861, was living in New York city. 

[1651.] 2. CHARLES HENRY, b. Nov. 25, 1815, and d., 
in New York city, 3Iarch 20, 1820. 

[1652.] 3. EUNICE ELIZABETH, b. April 13, 1818, and 
d., in New York city, 3Iarch 21, 1820. 

[1653.] 4. GIDEON 31., b. April 15, 1820 ; m. 3Iary Euge- 
nia AVicks, and, in 1861, was living in New York city. 

[1654.] 5. 3IARY ELIZABETH, b. 31ay 6, 1822, and d., in 
New York city, Jan. 16, 1827. 

[1655.] 6. HENRY WILLIS, b. July 19, 1824, and d., in 
New York city, Dec. 21, 1825. 

[1656.] 7. JOHN WESLEY, b. Doc. 20, 1820 ; rn. Betsey 
B. Lyon, Nov. 11, 1847, and, in 1861, was living in New York 
city. 

[1657.] 8. CAROLINE FRANCES, b. Oct. 13, 1828, and 
d., in New York city, 3Iay 4, 1830. 

[1658.] 9. ANN ELIZA 3IERRITT, b. Oct. 8, 1832, and 
d., in New York city, Oct. 28, 1834. 



160 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1659.] 10. JULIA 3IEEIUTT, b. April 7, 1835, and, in 
1861, was living unm. in New York city. 

[1660.] 11. PHCEBE WILLIS, b. June 27, 1837 ; m. George 
H. French, and, in 1861, was living in New York city. 

CHILDREN OF THEOPHILUS PECK (712) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1661.] 1. WILLIAM LEWIS, b. Sept. 22, 1823 ; m. Han- 
nab M. Purdy, and, in 1851, was living in New Castle, N. Y. 

[1662.] 2. ELIZABETH MARY, b. July 22, 1825 ; m. 
Gfeorge 0. Close, May 1, 1818, and, in 1861, was living in 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(1663.] 3. JULIA FRANCES, b. Feb. 21, 1827; m. Van 
Kleeck Devo, Dec. 3, 1850, and, in 1861, was living in 3Ionroe, 
Mich. 

[1664.] 4. EDWARD MILLS, b. Nov. 27, 1828 ; ni. Susan 
31. Drake, Oct. 17, 1854 ; is an Episcopal clergyman, and, in 
1877, was settled as such at Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS PECK (715) AND JANE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN POUNDRIDGE, N. Y. 

[1665.] 1. SARAH ANN, b. April 25, 1846 ; m. James 
Bates, in 1868, and, in 1870, was living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
' [1666.] 2. BENJAMIN, b. July 13, 1847, and, in 1870, was 
living unm. in Lewisboro', N. Y. 

[1667.] 3. ANDREW, b. Sept. 26, 1850, and, in 1870, was 
living in Lewisboro', N. Y. 

[1668.] 4. JAMES, b. July 22, 1855, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing unm. in Lewisboro', N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF EZRA R. PECK (717) AND CATHARINE, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN POUNDRIDGE, N. Y. 

[1669.] 1. ELIPHALP:T N., b. Nov. 15, 1835 ; m. Mary B. 
Buckley, and, in 1870, was living in Stamford, Conn. 

[1670.] 2. DAVID H., b. May 18, 1840 ; m. Elizabeth Van 
Wart, and, in 1870, was living in New York city. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 161 

[1671.] 3. HULBEllT, b. July 23, 1842 ; m. Mary Fenton, 
aud, iu 1870, was living iu New York city. 

[1672.] 4. CLAHA ELIZA, b. July 7, 1846; m. An(l^e^Y 
Joues, aud, in 1870, was living in Stamford, Conn. 

[1673.] 5. JOHN P., b. June 26, 1849, and d., in Bedford, 
N. Y., Aug. 18, 1854. 

ONLY CHILD OF ARAD PECK (719) AND ELIZA, HIS WIFE. 

[1674.] EDWARD A., b. in Greenwich, Conn., Oct. 22, 
1834 ; was m. and, in 1875, was living in Greenwich, Conn. • 

CHILDREN OF OBADIAH PECK (723) AND LIZETTA, HIS WIFE. 

[1675.] 1. 3JYRTILLA 31., b. in New York city. Oct. 11, 
1819; m. Rev. J. W. Alvord, and, in 1861, was living in Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

[1676.] 2. ANNA MARIA, b. in New York city, Aug. 18, 
1823, and, in 1861, was living unm. in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[1677.] 3. LIZETTA, b. in New York city, June 11, 1829, 
and, in 1861, was living unm. in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[1678.] 4. LEWIS M., b. in Greenwich, Conn., Sept. 10, 
1832 ; was Colonel and Brevet Brigadier-General in the War 
of the Rebellion, and, in 1875, was living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[1679.] 5. SAMUEL C, b. in Greenwich, Conn., Aug. 23, 
1834, and d. unm., in Greenwich, Conn., Sept. 23, 1857. 

CHILDREN OF . ISAAC PECK (729) AND JULIA, HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1680.] 1. SOPHIA, b. May 6, 1842, aud d., in Greenwich, 
Conn., Oct. 7, 1861. 

[1681.] 2. ZENAS 31., b. Aug. 9, 1844, and, in 1870, was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF WHITMAN PECK (730) AND RUTH MARIA, HIS WIFE. 

[1682.] 1. GERTRUDE 31., b. in Genoa, N. Y., Nov. 27, 
1846, aud, in 1868, was living iu Ridgefield, Conn. 



162 PECK GENEALOGY- -EICaiTH GENERATION. 

[1683.] 2. MARY M., b. in Genoa, X. Y., Jan. 7, 1849, an.l, 
in 1868, was living in Ridgefield, Conn. 

[1084.] 3. ANNA K., b. in Nortli Branford, Conn., Feb. 5, 
1853, and, in 1868, was living- in Ridgefield, Conn. 

[1685.] 4. EDWARD S., b. in North Branford, Conn., June 
23, 1855, and, in 1868, was living in Ridgefield, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF \VILLIAM PECK .(736) AND NANCY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN RYE, N. Y. 

[1685.] 1. CAROLINE, b. in Dec. 1820, and d. unm., in 
New York city, in the Winter of 1839. 

[1686.] 2. WILLIAM C, b. Dec. 25, 1821 : m. Lydia Hamp- 
ton, May 23, 1842, and, in 1872, was living in New York city. 

[1687.] 3. ANN MARIA, b. in 1824 ; m. Charles Burt, in 
1853, and, in 1861, was living in New York city. 

CHILDREN OF JAMES HERTEY PECK (736) AND PHEBE C, HIS 
WIFE, ALL BORN IN PORT CHESTER, N. Y. 

[1688.] 1. JEANNETTE E., b. Oct. 29, 1840 ; m. D. A. B. 
Davis, Feb. 3, 1864, and, in 1873, was living in Port Chester, 
N. Y. 

[1689.] 2. GEORGE A., b. March 25, 1843, and d., in Port 
Chester, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1851. 

[1690.] 3. JAMES H., b. July 9, 1845 ; m. Isabella , 

July 8, 1863, and, in 1873, w^as living in Port Chester, N. Y. 

[1691.] 4. MARY H., b. June 14, 1847, and d., in Port 
Chester, N. Y., March 19, 1853. 

[1692.] 5. SARAH E., b. Jan. 27, 1849 ; m. Walter B. 
Toucey, April 14, 1869, and, in 1873, was living in Rye, N. Y. 

[1693.] 6. GEORGIANNA, b. Aug. 3, 1851, and, in 1873, 
was living in Port Chester, N. Y. 

[1694.] 7. WILLIAM E., b. Feb. 19, 1854, and, in 1873, 
was living in Port Chester, N. Y. 

[1695.] 8. CARRIE W., b. Dec. 31, 1856, and, in 1873, was 
living in Port Chester, N. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIQHTK GENERATION. 163 

CHILDREN OF CHAKLES A. PECK (738) ADD MARY II., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[169G.J 1. ANNA LOUISA, b. Aug. 3, 1S2S, and, in 1861, 
was living unm. in New York city. 

[1697.] 2. JOHN B., b. Aug. 16, 1830 ; m. Anna Van Nor- 
den, July 13, 1853, and, in 1874, was living in Yonkers, N. Y. 

[1698.] 3. THOMAS B., b. Dec. 28, 1832, and, in 1874, was 
living in Rye, N. Y. 

[1699.] 4, CHARLES A., b. March 10, 1835, and d. unm., 
in New York city, July 25, 1861. 

[1700.] 5. JAMES W., b. Nov. 3, 1837, and, in 1864, was 
living unm. in New York city. 

[1701.] 6. SARAH ELIZABETH, b. May 8, 1840, and, in 
1861, was living unm. in New York city. 

[1702.] 7. JARED Y., b. 3Iay 23, 1843, and, in 1861, was 
living in New York city. 

CHILDREN OF JARED Y. PECK (742) AND PHEBE, HIS WIFE. 

[1703.] 1. WILLIAM, b. in New York city, Jan. 27, 1857, 
and d. there March 25, 1857. 

[1704.] 2. LOTTIE 31., b. in New York city, Aug. 15, 1861, 
and, in 1873, was liviug in Rye, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC PECK (744) AND CATHARINE CORNELIA, 
HIS WIFE. 

[1709.] I.CATHARINE SARAH SCHUYLER, b. in New 
York city, Oct. 1, 1842, and, in 1869, was living in Greenwich, 
Conn. 

[1710.] 2. SAMUEL JONES, b. in New York city, Jan. 1, 
1845, and, in 1869, was living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1711.] 3. ROBERT SCHUYLER, b. in New York city, 
Nov. 16, 1846, and d., at Peekskill, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1866. 

[1712.] 4. FRANCES REGINA CORNELIA, b. in Green- 
wich, Conn., June 14, 1857, and was living there in 1869. 



164 PECK QEXEALOGY— EIGHTH GENERATION. 

ONLY CHILD OF SAMUEL PECK (747) AND ANNA AUGUSTA, HIS WIFE. 

[1713.] ELOISE, b. in Bridgeport, Couu., Sept. 21, 1859, 
and was living there in 1861. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN PECK (752) AND ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE. 

[1714.J 1. LAVINA, b. in New York city, April 27, 1835, 
and d., in G-reenwich, Conn., April 23, 1837. 

[1715.J 2. ARTHUR, b. in Xew York city, Dec. 22, 1838, 
and d., in Greenwich, Conn., Dec. 19, 1812. 

[1716.] 3. XATHAN E., b. in Greenwich, Conn., July 20, 
1841 ; m. 3Iary Sarles, of Bedford, X. Y., and, in 1870, was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1717.] 4. ARTHUR, again, b. in Greenwich, Conn., Nov. 
6, 1843, and d., in Greenwich, Conn., March 31, 1845, 

CHILDREN OF EBENEZER PECK (754) AND ELIZA R., HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN NEW YORK CITY, EXCEPT THE LAST, WHO WAS BORN 

IN PERTH AMBOY, N. J., AND ALL, EXCEPT THE FIRST 

THREE, LIVING IN PERTH AMBOY, N. J., IN 1861. 

[1718.] 1. JA3IES R., b. Feb. 2(j, 1838 ; m. Emma Cooper, 
in 1860, and was living in Xew York city, in 1875. 

[1719.] 2. CHARLOTTE E , b. Feb. 27, 1840, and d., in 
New York city, Sept. 9, 1841. 

[1720.] 3. EBEXEZER, b. Feb. 18, 1842, and d., in Xew 
York city, April 2, 1842. 

[1721.] 4. CHARLOTTE, again, b. March 6, 1843. 

[1722.] 5. SILAS R., b. April 26, 1845. 

[1723.] 6. ELIZA A., b. June 14, 1847. 

[1724.] 7. SARAH K., b. Dec. 2, 1849. 

[1725.] 8. EBEXEZER H., b. March 4, 1852. 

[1726.] 9. ADELAIDE B., b. Feb. 19, 1855. 

[1727.] 10. ALFRED B., b. Oct. 14, 1856. 

[1728.] 11. ESTELLE B., b. June 18, 1859. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 1G5 

CHILDREN OF ELIAS PECK (759) AND ELLEN E., HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN NEW LONDON, CONX., EXCEPT THE OLDEST, 

WHO W^\S BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1729.] I. CHxiELES H., b. April 9, 1851, and, in 1801, 
was living in New York city. 

[1730.] 2. WILLIAMIXA, b. July 13, 1852 ; m. Selah 
Young, Jr., of Brooklyn, X. Y., Dec. 28, 1825, she then living 
in New London, Conn. 

[1731.] 3. ELIAS J., b. Dec. 2, 1854, and d., in New Lon- 
don, Conn., 3Iarch 5, 1855. 

[1732.] 4. ELLEN R., b. April 27, 1858, and, in 1861, was 
living in New London, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF ABNER X. PECK, (760) ALL BORN IX NEW YORK CITY. 

[1736.] 1. ALBERT M., b. Dec. 29, 1834, and d., in Green- 
wich, Conn., Dec. 21, 1839. 

[1737.] 2. SARAH ANN, b. Nov. 18, 1850, and d., in New 
York city, Nov. 19, 1850. 

[1738.] 3. ANNIE C, b. April 17, 1852, and d., in New 
York city, June 20, 1753. 

[1739.] 4. ALBERT C, b. June 30, 1855, and, in 1861, was 
living in New York city. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM PECK (762) AND CAROLINE, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, COXN. 

[1740.] 1. JULIA A., b. Oct. 15, 1839 ; m. Jared Peck, 
(1638) Jan. 17, 1866, and, in 1867, was living in Greenwich, 
Conn. 

[1741.] 2. ELIAS S., b. Feb. 6, 1842, and, in 1861, was 
living in Port Chester, N. Y. 

[1742.] 3. HARRIET E., b. July 20, 1844, and, in 1861, 
was living unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1743.] 4. OSCAR, b. March 1, 1847, and, in 1861, was liv- 
ing unm. in Greenwich, Conn. 



166 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1744. 1 5. JOHX W., b. Oct. 28, 1849, and d., in Green- 
wich, Conn., July 27, 1850. 

[1745.] 6. MAKY E., b. bept. 12, 1851, and, in ISCl, was 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

[1746.] 7. ALBERT M., b. Sept. 10, 1853, and, in 18(31, wa^ 
living in Greenwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (764) AND SARAH N., HIS WIFE. 

[1747.] 1. WILLIA3I LEWIS, b. in Greenville, la., Aug. 
17, 1850, and, in 1861, was living at Travers des Sioux, Xicolet 
Co.. Minn. 

[1748.] 2. WALTER HYER, b. in Rockville, 111., Aug. 28, 
1853, and, in 1861, was living at Travers des Sioux, Xicolet 
•Co., Minn. 

[1749.] 3. HELEX BREMXER, b. in Hoboken, X. J., Dec. 
26, 1855, and, in 1861, was living at Travers des Sioux, Xicolet 
Co., Minn. 

CHILDREN OF ABRAnA:M H. PECK (765) AXD SUSAN, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1750.] 1. ELIAS R., b. Xov. 12, 1848, and, m 1861, was 
living in Xew York city. 

■ [1751.] 2. ADDLSOX", b. Dec. 22, 1850, and, in 1861, was 
living in Xew York city. 

[1752.] 3. ELIZABETH R., b. Feb. 9, 1853, and, in 18G1, 
was living in Xew Y'ork city. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM J. PECK, (771) ALL BoRN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1753.] 1. MARY B., b. March 7, 1845, and, in 1869, was 
living in Xew York city. 

[1754.] 2. WILLIAM J., b. Dec. 10, 1848, and d., in Xew 
York city, June 19, 1852. 

[1755.] 3. SYLVAXUS G., b. Dec. 30, 1850, and d., in 
Mamaroneck, X. Y., Dec. 9, 1851. 



PECK GEXEALOGY — ETGHTH GENERATION. 167 

[1756.] 4. EDWIX H., b. Xov. 8, 1855, and, in 1869, was 
living in New York city. 

[1757.] 5. WALTER L., b. June 6, 1857, and, in 1869, was 
living in Xew York city. 

[1758.] 6. KATE L., b. Feb. 19, 1859, and, in 1869, was 
living in Xew York city. 

CHILDREN OF JOSHUA S. PECK (772) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1759.] 1. :N^ATHAX, b. April 16, 18-18 ; m. Ella M. Thach- 
er. May 11, 1870, and was then living in Xew York city. 

[1760.J 2. GEORGE K., b. Dec. 17, 1850, and d., in Xew 
York city, June 10, 1855. 

[1761.] 3. WILLIAM J., b. Aug. 6, 1853, and, in 1861, was 
living in New York city. 

[1762.] 4. ELLA K., b. Aug. 2, 1857, and, in 1861, was liv- 
ing in New York city. 

[1763.] 5. CHARLES B., b. Jan. 9, 1860, and, in 1861, was 
living in New York city. 

CHILDREN OF ELIAS PECK (776) AND CATHARINE ISABELLA, HIS 
WIFE, ALL BORN IN NE^VBURGH, N. Y. 

[1764.] 1. THOMAS 31., b. Feb. 16, 1835 ; m. Mrs. Mary 
L. Harris, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1873, and was then liv- 
ing in Newburgh, N. Y. 

[1765.] 2. ANNIE M., b. July 20, 1836, and, in 1873, was 
living unm. in New York city. 

[1766.] 3. MARTHA E., b. June 12, 1840, and d., in New- 
burgh, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1843. 

[1767.] 4. JOHN E., b. March 4, 1844, and, in 1877, was 
living at Grand Rapids, 3Iich. 

[1768.] 5. CATHARINE A., b. June 4, 1845, and, in 1873, 
was living unm. in New York city. 



168 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CniLDREN OF ISRAEL PECK (782) AND NANCY, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN NEW YORK CITY, EXCEPT ISABELLA G., 

WHO WAS born' in SOUTHOLD, N. Y. 

[1769.] 1. EMMA LOUISA, b. Aug. 17, 1841 ; m. J. G. 
Hunting, June 23, 1864, and was then living in Southold, N. Y. 
' [1770.] 2. SARAH ELIZA, b. Xov. 29, 1843, and, in ISGl. 
was living in Southold, N. Y. 

[1771.] 3. ANNA MARIA, b. Jan. 7, 1846, and, in 1861, 
was living in Southold, N. Y. 

[1772.] 4. CAROLINE MATILDA, b. May 21, 1848, and, 
in 1861, was living in Southold, N. Y"". 

[1773.] 5. ISABELLA G., b. July 17, 1851, and, in 1861, 
was living in Southold, N. Y. 

[1774.] 6. LUCY ADELAIDE, b. Oct. 31, 1853, and, in 
1861, was living in Southold, N. Y. 

ONLY CHILD OF NEHEMIAH PECK (785) AND MARY, HIS WIFE. 

[1775.] CHARLES A., b. in New Y^ork city, Nov. 21, 1847, 
and, in 1861, was living in New York, and is said to have 
since died tliere. 

CHILDREN OF ALPHEUS PECK (786) AND LOUISA A., HIS WIFE, 
BOTH BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[1777.] 1. NATHANIEL L., b. July 8, 1852, and d., in 
New York city, Jan. 7, 1855. 

[1778.] 2. ALPHEUS, b. April 28, 1856, and, in 1861, was 
living in New York city. 

CHILDREN OF HERMON PECK, (791) ALL BORN AT GLEN'S FALLS, N. Y, 

' [1779.] 1. DANIEL, b. Feb. 25, 1831 ; m. Abby Mayo, and, 
in 1870, was living at Glen s Falls, N. Y. 

[1780.] 2. JANE, b. Dec. 23, 1832 ; m. Alexander Robinson, 
in 1855, and, in 1869, was living at Glen's Falls, N. Y. 

[1781.] 3. AMANDA, b. Jan. 14, 1835 ; m. Meredith B. 
Little, and, in 1869, was living at Glen's Falls, N. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGnTII GENERATION. 1C9 

[1782.] 4. HARRIET, b. Dec. 25, 1839, and, in 1S69, was 
living unm. at Glen's Falls, X. Y. 

[1783.] 5. ASHUR X., b. Aug. 12, 1841, and d. unm., at 
Glen's Falls, X. Y., March 0, 1869. 

[1784.] 6. HEXRY, b. April 29, 1848, and, in 18G9, was 
living at Glen's Falls, X. Y. 

[1785.J 7. HEXRIETTA, b. April 29, 1848, and, in 1809, 
was living at Glen's Falls, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM PECK (798) AND HANNAH, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN AT GLEN'S FALLS, N. Y. 

[1786.] 1. GEORGE X., b. Feb. 26, 1838, and d., at Glen's 
Falls, X. Y., July 16, 1839. 

[1787.] 2. REUBEX X., b. May 3, 1840, and, in 1869, was 
living at Glen's Falls, X. Y. 

[1788.] 3. 3IARY E., b. Xov. 26, 1842, and, in 1869, was 
living unm. at Glen's Falls, X. Y. 

[1789.] 4. EM:MA J., b. Dec. 29, 1847, and, in 1869, was 
living unm. at Glen's Falls, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN PECK (801) AND SARAH H., HIS -WIFE, 
ALL BORN AT GLEN'S FALLS, N. Y. 

[1790.] 1. JULIA A., b. March 23, 1842, and, in 1869, was 
living unm. at Queensbury, X. Y. 

[1791.] 2. TEXTY a., b. Xov. 13, 1848, and, in 1869, was 
living unm. in Queensbury, X. Y. 

[1792.] 3. LYDIA 0., b. Aug. 2, 1852, and d., at Glen's 
Falls, X. Y., Sept. 17, 1852. 

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL S. PECK (802) AND HARRIET, HIS WIFE, 
• BORN IN SPRING TOWNSHIP, PENN. 

[1793.] 1. SARAH JAXE, b. Dec. 29, 1856, and, in 1870, 
was. living in Spring Township, Penn. 

[1794.] 2. HIRAM B., b. Jan. 20, 1859, and, in 1870, was 
living in Spring Township, Penn. 



170 .PECK GEXEALOGY— EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1795.] 3. WILLIAM B., b. March IG, ISGl, and, in ISTd, 
was living in Spring Township, Penn. 

[1796.] 1. LYDIA AXX, b. Jan. 25, 18G3, f-nd, in 1&70, was 
living in Spring Township, Penn. 

[1797.] 5. JESSE D., b. Feb. 9, 1865, and, m 1870, was 
living in Spring Township, Penn. 

[1798.] 6. FREDERICK C, b. Jan. 17, 1867, and, in 1870, 
was living in Spring Township, Penn. 

[1799.] 7. CHARLES, b. Aug. 10, 1869, and, in 1870, was 
living in Spring Township, Penn. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES PECK (803) BOTH BORN AT GLEN'.S 
FALLS, N. Y. 

[1800.] 1. DANIEL E., b. April 11, 1849, and, in 1869, was 
living at Glen's Falls, X. Y. 

[1801.] 2. CHARLOTTE A., b. July 27, 1857, and, in 18G9, 
was living at Glen's Falls, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF DARIUS PECK (806) AND MARY S., HIS WIFE. 

[1802.] 1. SARAH E., b. at Glen's Falls, X. Y., Aug. 2, 
1830; m. Rev. Horace G. Mason, a Baptist minister, and, in 
1869, was living in Meriden, Conn. 

[1803.J 2. EDWIN" 0., b. at Glen's Falls, X. Y., Aug. 22, 
1832 ; m. Sarah Philips, and, in 1869, was living in Morris- 
town, IS". J. 

[1804.] 3. ELLEX 31., b. in Saratoga, X. Y., July 2, 1836, 
and, in 1869, was liviug unm. in Xewark, X. J. 

[1805.] 4. XAXCY M., b. at Glen's Falls, X. Y., July 3, 
1838 ; m. Joseph S. Scofield, and, in 1869, was living in 3Iadi- 
son, X. J. 

[1806.] 5. GEORGE D., b. at Glen's Falls, X. Y., Aug. 16, 
1840, and, in 1869, was living unm. in Xewark, X. J. 

[1807.] 6. HEXRY T., b. at Glen's Falls, X. Y., March 1, 
1844, and, in 1869, was living unm. in Xewark, X. J. 



PECK OEXEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 171 

CUILDREN OF PHILO PECK, (810) ALL BORN IN TAN BUREN,. N. Y. 

[1808.] 1. ASA B., b. Feb. 8, 1828 ; m. Mary Waterman, 
and, in 1875, was living in Van Bureu, iN". Y. 

[18r.9.] 2. LUCIAX, b. Oct. 25, 1829 ; ra. lluana Peck, (1811) 
and, in 1875, was living in Lansing, Mich. 

[1810.] 3. HOSIER, b. Aug. 12, 1838 ; m. Helen Fisli, and, 
in 1875, was living in Van Bnren, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ETHAN PECK (815) AND ALMA, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN LANSING, :MICn., EXCEPT RUANA, WHO 

WAS BORN IN VAN BL'REN, N. Y. 

[1811.] 1. RUAXA, b. 3Iay 10, 1812 ; ra. Lucian Peck, 
(1800) and, in 1870, was living in Lansing, Mich. 

[1812.] 2. DeFOEEST, b. March 3, 1811, and, in 1870, was 
living in Lansing, Mich. 

[1813.] 3. FLETCHER, b. June 23, 1847, and, in 1870, was 
living in Lansing, Mich. 

[1811.] 4. JANE, b. Feb. 7, 1851, and, in 1S70, was living 
in Lansing, Mich. 

[1815.] 5. E31ILY, b. April 6, 1853, and, in 18T0, was living 
in Lansing, 31ich. 

[1816.] C. LUCLIX, b. 3Iarch IG, 1855, and, in 1870, was 
living in Lansing, Mich. 

[1817.] 7. RAXSEL, b. Oct. 20, 1857, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing in Lansing, 3Iich. 

[1818.] 8. ELIHU, b. Feb. 10, 1860, and, in 1870, was living 
in Lansing, Mich. 

[1819.] 9. MARY, b Sei^t. 6, 1862, and, in 1870, was living 
in Lansing, 31ich. 

[1820.] 10. ELLEX, b. Jan. 2(j, 1870, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing in Lansing, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF LYMAN PECK, (817) ALL BORN IN CAMILLUS, N. Y. 

[1821.] 1. FRAXCES, b. April 14, 1818 ; m. George Green, 
and, in 1875, was living in Camillus, X. Y. 



1V2 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATIOiS'. 

[1822.] 2. EUAXA, b. Oct. 1, 1850 ; m. Joseph Harvey, and, 
in 1875, was living in Camillas, N. Y. 

[1823.] 3. 31ARY, b. Aug. 19, 1851 ; m. Frank Fish, and, 
in 1870, was living in Syracuse, X. Y. 

[1824.] 4. WILLY, b. Aug. 30, 1857, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing in Camillus, X. Y. 

[1825.] 5. NATHAX, b. Oct. 7, 1865, and, iu 1875, was liv- 



CHILDREN OF ELIHU PECK (818) AN^D AGNES, HIS WIFE. 

[1826.] 1. JANE A., b. in Camillus, X. Y., April 25, 1850, 
. and, in 1875, was living unm. in Lansing, 31ich. 

[1827.] 2. E31MA LOUISE, b. in Camillus, X. Y., Xov. 30, 
1853, and, in 1875, was living unm. in Lansing, Mich. 

[1828.] 3. FLORA ISADORE, b. in Delta, Mich., Feb. 10, 
1857, and, in 1875, was living unm, in Lansing, Mich. 

• ONLY CHILD OF DANIEL PECK (822) AND BETSEY, HIS WIFE, 
BORN IN VAN BUREN, N. Y. 

[1829.] EUNICE, b. in 1855, and, in 1875, was living in 
Van Buren, N. Y, 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM PECK (823) AND MATILDA, HIS WIFE, 
BORN IN VAN BUREN, N. Y. 

[1830.] 1. TAM31Y E., b. Nov. 29, 1855, and, in 1875, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

[1831.] 2. WILLIE A., b. March 27, 1859, and, in 1875, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

[1832.J 3, JAMES L., b. Aug. 24, 1861, and, in 1875, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

[1833.] 4. WILBUR IL, b. June 18, 1863, and, in 1875, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

[1834.] 5. LeROY J., b. May 16, 1865, and, in 1875, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 173 

|1835.j 6. JOHN P., b. Dec. 3, 1867, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing in Van Bureu, X. Y. 

[1836.] 7. GEORGE H , b. Sept. 27, 1869, and, in 1875, was 
living in Van Buren, N. Y. 

ONLY CHILD OF ISAAC PECK (824) AND TAMMY, HIS WIFE. 

[1837.] AXXXIE L., b. in Camillns, N. Y., June 11, 1845 ; 
m. Hansen Gardenier, and, in 1876, was living in Valatie, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF AARON PECK (825) AND CAROLINE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN CAMILLUS, N. Y. 

[1838.] 1. 3IAPvTHA L., b. April 13, 1846 ; m. James 31. 
Ellis, and, in 1875, was living in Elbridge, X. Y. 

[1839.] 2. HELEN I., b. May 13, 1848 ; m. Ira Hinsdale, 
and, in 1870, was living in vSedalia, 3Io. 

[1840.] 3. CHARLES H., b. Sept. 14, 1858, and, in 1875, 
was living in Camillus, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF EDWIN PECK (827) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN CAMILLUS, N. Y. 

[1841.] 1. WILLIE 31., b. Aug. 22, 1850, and d., in Camil- 
lus, X. Y., Aug. 21, 1869. 

[1842.] 2. 3IARY A., b. June 2, 1856, and, in 1875, was 
living in Camillus, X. Y. 

[1843.] 3. JAXE H., b. Oct. 18, 1858, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing in Camillus, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD PECK (828) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN VAN BUREN, N. Y. 

[1844.] 1. ALBERT A., b. Jan. 6, 1843 ; m. Ursula Brown, 
Aug. 3, 1869, and, in 1870, was living in Tioga County, X. Y. 

[1845.] 2. ISAAC V., b. Aug. 3, 1845, and, in 1870, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

[1846.] 3. JA3IES H., b. Aug. 11, 1847, and, in 1870, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 



174 PECK GENEALOGY-EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1847.] 4. EMMA JAXE, b. Sept. 7, 1849, and, in 1870, 
was living in Van Bureu, X. Y. 

[1848.] 5. NATHAXIEL, b. Feb. 8, 1852, and, in 1870, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

[1849.] 6. HATTIE, b. April 7, 1856, and, in 1770, was liv- 
ing in Van Buren, X. Y, 

[1850.] 7. LUCY 31.; b. June 6, 1858, and, in 1870, was 
living in Van Buren, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF LEONARD PECK (829) AND SUSAN, HIS WIFE. 

[1851.] 1. LeROY S., b. in Caraillus, X. Y., March 17, 
1848, and, in 1875, was living in Groton, X. Y. 

[1852.] 2. ADDISOX, b. in Groion, X. Y., Sept. 29, 1851, 
and, in 1875, was living in Groton, X. Y. 

[1853.] 3. GEORGE, b. in Groton, X. Y., March 22, 1854, 
and, in 1875, was living in Groton, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ENOS PECK (830) AND ESTHER, HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN VAN BUREN, N. Y. 

[1854.] 1. LEWIS, b. in 1853, and, in 1875, was living in 
Camillus, X^. Y. 

[1855.J IDA M., b. in 1858, and, in 1875, was living in 
Camillus, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF HORACE PECK, (834) ALL BORN IN THE STATE 
OF MICHIGNA. 

[1856.] 1. MARY F., b. in 1857, and, in 1870, was living in 
the State of Michigan. » 

[1857.] 2. ISAAC H., b. in 1859, and, in 1870, was living 
in the State of Michigan. 

[1858.] 3. LAURA J., b. in 1862, and, in 1870, was living 
in the State of Michigan. 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT PECK (845) AND SARAH ELIZABETH, HIS 
WIFE, ALL BORN IN GREENWICH, CONN. 

[1859.] 1. LAVIXA, b. Sept. 16, 1818, and d., in Greenwich, 
Conn., Sept. 15, 1820. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENEIIATIOX. 175 

[I860.] 2. WILLIA3I EGBERT, b. Dec. 25, 1820, and d., in 
Greenwich, Conn., Aug. 0, 1835. 

[1861.] 3. ZUCKXER 31., b. Feb. 9, 1823, and d., in Green- 
wicli, Conn., 3Iarch 13, 1821. 

[1862.] 4. RUTH M., b. Feb. 11, 1825 ; m. Humphrey Den- 
ton, of Greenwich, Conn., Nov. 3, 1815, and d., in Greenwich, 
Jan. 7, 1857. 

[1863.] 5. E31ILY ANX, b. Feb. 25, 1827, and d., in Green- 
wich, Conn., Oct. 25, 1831. 

11861.] 6. JOSEPH A., b. June 5, 1830; m. Sarah Jane 
Guernsey, Xov. 28, 1853, and d., in Greenwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF WILSON PECK (847) AND PHEBE, HIS WIFE. 

[1865.] 1. CH.IRLES \y., b. in Canton, III., Nov. 12, 1845, 
and, in 1872, was m. and living in the State of Kansas. 

[1866.] 2. BEXJAMIX W., b. in Vermont, 111., May 20, 
1850, and, in 1872, was living in the State of Kansas. 

[1867.] 3. MARY A., b. in Astoria, 111., Sept. 5, 1851, and, 
in 1872, was living in Henry, III. 

[1868.] 4. ALBERT, b. in Astoria, 111., Jan. 12, 1854, and d. 
there Feb. 29, 1856. 

[1869.] 5. ELLSHA R., b. in Astoria, 111., April 25, 1857, 
and, in 1861, was living in Astoria, 111. 

[1870.] 6. WILLIA3I, b. in Astoria, HI., June 4, 1860, and, 
in 1872, was living in Henry, 111. 

[1871.] 7. WILLETTE, b. in Astoria, 111., June 4, 1860, and, 
in 1872, was living in Henry, 111. 

CHILDREN OF ELIAS REED PECK AND EUNICE, HIS WIFE. 

[1872.] 1. MARGARET AXX E., b. in Canton, HI., 3Iarch 
11, 1841 ; m. Samuel H. Wright, Feb. 21, 1861, and d., in 
Wyoming Territory, May 4, 1873. 

[1873.] 2. SAMUEL M., b. in Canton, 111., Aug. 2S, 1842 ; 
m. Amelia A. Drake, Oct. 14, 1863. 



176 PECK GENEALOGY— EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1874.] 3. EUNICE L., b. in Canton, 111., Sept. 27, 1844; 
m. Robert J. "Wagoner, Jan. 20, 1872. 

[1875.] 1. MAEY JAXE 31., b. in Canton, 111., 3Lu-ch 3, 
1847, and d. there March 28, 1847. 

[1876.] 5. AMANDA C, b. in Canton, 111., Jan. 28, 18 4Q, 
and d. there Feb. 20, 1850. 

[1877.] 6. 3IARY JANE 31., again, b. in Canton, 111., Jan. 
28, 1849, and, in 1874, was living in Prairie City, Iowa. 

[1878.] 7. TH03IAS J. L., b. in Canton, 111., Jan. 20, 1851, 
and d. there Nov. 1, 1851. 

[1879.] 8. TH03IAS J. L., again, b. in Canton, III, Sept. 
28, 1852, and, in 1874, was living in Prairie City, Iowa. 

[1880.] 9. DELIA A., b. in 3Iound Prairie, Iowa, Jan. 19, 
1856, and, in 1874, was living in Prairie City, Iowa. 

[1881.] 10. 3IALYINA A., b. in 3Iound Praiiie, Iowa, Dec. 
3, 1859, and, in 1874, was living in Prairie City, low^a. 

[1882.] 11. SALINA CAROLINE, b. in Prairie City, June 
23, 1863, and was living there in 1874. 

CHILD OF JONATHAN PECK (850) AND FRANCES S., HIS WIFE. 

[1882.] ELLA, b. and said to have d. six months after her 
birth, in LaSalle, 111. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPHUS PECK (852) AND AMY JANE, HIS WIFE, 

THE OLDEST BORN IN BEDFORD, N. Y., AND THE 

OTHERS IN STAMFORD, CONN. 

[1883.] 1. HENRIETTA D., b. 3Iay 22, 1849 ; m. John F. 
Jackson, Jan. 29, 1868, and d., in Stamford, April 24, 1873. 

[1884.] 2. PHEBE ANN, b. Feb. 26, 1852, and, in 1869, 
was living in Stamford, Conn. 

[1885.] 3. JULIA, b. Jan. 15, 1854, and, in 1869, was living 
in Stamford, Conn. 

[1886.] 4. SA3IUEL W., b. July 23, 1857, and, in 1869, was 
living in Stamford, Conn. 

[1887.] 5. 3IARY, b. Aug. 18, 1859, and, in 1869. was living 
in Stamford, Conn. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 177 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM R. PECK (854) AND LUCRETIA LOUISA, 
HIS WIFE. 

[1888.] 1. SARAH L., b. in Hyde Park, X. Y., March 23, 
1833, and d., in Bowling Green, 0., May 10, 1848. 

[1889.] 2. MARY L., b. in Miltonville, 0., July 10, 1838, 
and, in 1870, was living unm. in Ellsworth, Conn. 

[1890.] 3. FRAXCES E., b. in 3Iiltonville, 0., Feb. 13, 
1839, and d., in Bowling Green, 0., Aug. 30, 1842. 

[1891.] 4. EMMA C, b. in Bowling Green, 0., Oct. 14, 
1841, and d. there Aug. 9, 1844. 

[1892.] 5. LEWIS WILLIAM, b. in Bowling Green, 0., 
Oct. 5, 1843, and d. there June 2S, 1844. 

[1893.] 6. FREDERICK WILLIAM, b. in Bowling Green, 
O., April 9, 1845, and d., in Cincinnati, 0., Jan. 30, 1864. 

CHILDREN OF CALVIN F. PECK (85(5) AND MARY L., HIS WIFE, 
BOTH BORN IN SHARON, CONN. 

[1894.] 1. GEORGE IL, b. Aug. 12, 1846, and, in 1870, 
was living unm. in Sharon, Conn. 

[1895.] 2. ALBERT L., b. Nov. 20, 1849, and d., in Sharon, 
Conn., Sept. 29, 1861. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES H. PECK (858) AND FANNIE M., HIS WIFE. 

[1896.] 1. LEWIS, b. in Camden, S. C, May 8, 1854, and, 
in 1870, was living in Ellsworth, Conn. 

[1897.1 2. WILLIAM, b. in Camden, S. C, Sept. 3, 1856, 
and, in 1870, was living in Clarksville, X. Y. 

[1898.] 3. JAMES B. C, b. in Albany, X. Y, in April, 1859, 
and d., in Camden, S. C, in Jan. 1860. 

CHILDREN OF EDMOND PECK (864) AND CHARLOTTE A., HIS WIFE. 

[1899.] 1. CHARLOTTE A., b. in Sharon, Conn., June 14, 
1857, and d. there Dec. 31, 1872. 

[1900.] 2. MARY E., b. in Sharon, Conn., Xov. 3, 1863, 
and, in 1870, was living in West Haven, Conn. 



V78 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1901.J 3. LAURA B., b. in Sharon, Conn., Aug. 6, 1S07, 
and, in ISTO, was living in West Piaven, Conn. 

CHILD OF SANFORD PECK (8G6) AND EMILY, HIS WIFE. 

[1902.] .1. GEORGE W., b. in Woodbury, Conn., Feb. 8, 
1854, and was living in Bethleni, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM PECK (8G7) AND MARY ANN, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[1903.] 1. MATILDA, b. Oct. 14, 1815 ; m. Lambert San- 
ford, Sept. 12, 1838, and, in 1861, was living in AVindsor, X. Y. 

[1904.] 2. WILLIA3I, b. Nov. 10, 1819 ; m. Maria Louisa 
Smith, and, in 18G1, was living in Southiugton, Conn. 

[1905.] 3. MARY AXX, b. April 11, 1824; m. Hiram A. 
Peck, (1921) 3Iarch 25, 1850, and, in 18G1, was living in 
Cheshire, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF BURTON PECK (872) AND CAROLINE, HIS WIFE. 

. [1906.] 1. ELLA, b. in Cheshire, Conn., June 29, 1825, and 
d. unm., in Burton, 0., Oct. 4, 1841. 

[1907.] 2. CELLV, b. m Canton, N. Y., July 16, 1828 ; m. 
Merriman Barnes, April 1, 1850, and, in ISGl, was living in 
Troy, 0. 

[1908.] 3. JOEL, b. in Canton, X. Y., Aug. 26, 1829, and d., 
in Canton, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1831. 

[1909.] 4. JOHN, b. in Canton, N. Y., May 13, 1831 ; m. 
Lois Manly, May 8, 1852, and, in 1861, was living in Madi- 
son, 0. 

[1910.J 5. LAURA M., b. in Burton, O., Feb. 9, 1834 ; m. 
Uzziel Balch, who d. July 7, 1861, and sh(} was then living in 
Concord, 0. 

[1911.] 6. WILLIAM H., b. in Burton, 0., Aug. 7, 18.37 ; 
m. Aloiza Ilaines, April 3, 1860 ; was 1st Lieutenant in th<' 
war of the Rebellion, and then resided in Illinois. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 179 

[1912.] 7. CATHAIIIXE, b. iu Burton, 0., Dec. 13, 1839, 
and d. there May 7, ISll. 

[1913.] 8. NELSON E. b. in Burton, 0., March 29, 1841 ; 
was in service in the war of the Ilebellion, and then resided 
in Illinois. 

[191-4.] 9. ANN, b. in Burton, 0., April 29, 1842, and, in 
1861, was living unin. in Chardon, 0. 

[1915.] 10. 3IARIANNE, b. iu Munson, 0., July 3, 1849, 
and, in 1861, was living in Burton, 0. 

CHILDREN OF CLEMENT PECK (873) AND DAMARIS, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[1916.] 1. CECILIA NANCY, b. Aug. 8, 1815 ; m. Alfred 
S. Baldwin, Oct 4, 1860, and d., in Cheshire, Conn., Jan. 9, 
1847. 

[1917.] 2. ELIZABETH ANN, b. June 12, 1817 ; m. George 
D. Allen, June 3, 1842, and d., in Cheshire, Conn., Jan. 18, 
1852. 

[1918.] 3. CLEMENT A., b. May 24, 1821 ; m. Sarah Nor- 
ton, and, in 1861, was living in Cheshire, Conn. 

[1919.] 4. CHARLOTTE 31., b. Nov. 22, 1825, and d, in 
Cheshire, Conn., Oct. 10, 1834. 

[1920.] 5. 3IAIIY A., b. Jan. 1, 1831, and, in 1861, was liv- 
ing unm. in Cheshire, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF CHACXCEY PECK, (874) ALL BORN IN CHESHIRE, 
CONNECTICUT. 

[1921.] 1. HIRAM A., b. Sept. 16, 1821 ; m. Mary Ann 
Peck, (1905) 3Iarch 25, 1850, and, in 1861, was living in 
Cheshire, Conn. 

[1922.] 2. SARAH R., b. April 17, 1824 ; m. Jesse Hall, of 
Waterbury, Conn., Nov. 26, 1848, and was living there, in 1861. 

[1923.] 3. JOSEPH C, b. Dec. 20, 1831 ; m. Prich- 

ard, of Waterbury, Conn., and was living there in 1861. 

[19^.] 4. LAURA M., b. Dec. 20, 1831, and d., in Cheshire, 
Conn., Nov. 17, 1835. 



180 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDNEN OF ASA PECK, (875) ALL BORN IN LOUDON COUNTY, VA. 

[1925.] 1. CLEMENT A., b. Sept. 14, 1823 ; m. 3Liry Jane 
Saunders, Dec. 18, 18-19, who d. 3Iarch 17, 1858, and, in 1S(31, 
was living in Georgetown, I). G. 

[1926.] 2. JOHN ASA, b. April 10, 1825, and d., in Lees- 
burgh, Va., Sept. 10, 1831. 

[1927.] 3. EDWIN, b. March 23, 182G, and d., in Lees- 
burgh, Va., Sept. IG, 1831. 

[1928.] 4. 3IARY E., b. Oct. 29, 1827 ; m. Lewis L. Wil- 
kinson, Jan. 15, 1856, and, in 1861, was living in Georgetown, 
D. C. 

[1929.] 5. JULIUS J., b. May 28, 1829 ; ra. Amanda W. 
Temple, Feb. 1, 1853, and, in 1861, was living in Fairfax Co., 
Virginia. 

[1930.] 6. CHARLES T., b. Oct. 15, 1830, and, in 1861, was 
living unm. in Loudon Co., Va. 

[1931.] 7. ASA JAMES, b. Jan. 1, 1833, and, in 1861, was 
living in Fairfax Co., Va. 

[1932.] 8. A3IELIA P., b. Jan. 1, 1833, and d., in Lees- 
burgh, Va., Oct. 3, L833. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK, (877) ALL BORN IN CHESHIRE, CONN, 

[1933.] 1. STELLA T., b. Aug. 15, 1823, and d., in Chesh- 
ii-e. Conn., Sept. 6, 1829. 

[1931.] 2. ANN ELIZA, b. Feb. 21, 1825 ; m. Titus Ives, 
Jan. 1, 1857, and, in 1861, was living in Cheshire, Conn. 

[1935.] 3. JOHN A., b. March 12, 1836, and, in 1861, was 
living unm. in Cheshire, Conn. 

[1936.] 4. MARY E., b. Nov. 24, 1839, and, in 1861, was 
living unm. in Cheshire, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JUSTUS PECK, (880.) . . 

[1937.] 1. HARRY F., b. in Cheshire, Conn., Jan. 25, 1840, 
and d., in Cheshire, Conn., June 4, 1842. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 181 

[1938.] 2. 3IARIETTA J., b. iu Che^shire, Coun., May 27, 
1811, and, in 1S61, was living iu Bethany, Conn. 

[1939.] 3. HARRY F., again, b. in Bethany, Conn., Aug. 5, 
1843, and, iu ISGl, was living in Bethany, Conn. 

[1910.] 1. CHAELOTTE F., b. in Bethany, Conn., Nov. 12, 
1815, and, iu 1S61, was living in Bethany, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE PECK (882) AND LYDIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[1911.J 1. GEORGE, b. July 7, 1824 ; m. Charlotte Blakes- 
ley, April 11, 1849, and, in 1861, was living in Cheshire, Coun. 

[1942.] 2. BENJAMIN, b. July 11, 1830 ; m. Eliza Ann 
Hubbel, Feb. 26, 1861, and was then living in Cheshire, Conn. 

[1943.] 3. LYDIA, b. Aug. 8, 1834, and, in 1861, was living 
num. in Cheshire, Conn. 

[1944.J 4. LEVI, b. Sept. 4, 1837 ; m. Celestia Hubbel, Jan. 
19, 1860, and, iu 1861, was living in Cheshire, Conn. 

[1945.] 5. ESTHER, b. Oct. 15, 1840, and, in 1861, was liv- 
ing unm. in Cheshire, Coun. 

CHILDREN OF LEVI PECK (883) AND ESTHER LAVINIA, HIS TVIFE, 
ALL BORN IN CHESHIRE, CONN. 

[1946.] 1. LEVI K, b. Aug. 28, 1837, and d., in East 
Haven, Conn., iu Dec. 1860. 

[1947.] 2. ESTHER L., b. Aug. 16, 1842, and d., in 
Cheshire, Conn., Oct. 11, 1849. 

[1948.J 3. BIRDSEYE D. W., b. June 26, 1845, and d., m 
Cheshire, Conn., Sept. 7, 1859. 

[1949.] 4. EDWARD, b. Aug. 27, 1847, and d., in Cheshire, 
Conn., Sept. 11, 1849. 

[1950.] 5. BIRDSEYE, again, b. May 27, 1849, and, in 
1861, was living unm. in East Haven, Conn. 

[1951.] 6. EDWARD, again, b. Jan. 17, 1852, and d., in 
East Haven, Conn., May 31, 1859. 

[1952.] 7. CLARENCE, b. in 1854, and d., in East Haven, 
Conn., Feb. 16, 1858. 



182 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD PECK (885) AND PERSIS S., HIS WIFE. 

[1953.] 1. S. EUGEXE, b. m Wyoming, N. Y., Dec. 20, 
1838. 

[1954.] 2. ELLA 31., b. in Wyoming, N. Y., Deo. 13, 1810, 
and d. tliere Feb. 23, 1812. 

[1955.] 3. EDWAllD S., b. in Wyoming, N. Y., Nov. 3. 
1842. 

[1956.J 4. E3IILY A., b. in Clinton, 3Iich., Aug. 19, 1844. 

[1957.] 5. PHIXEAS C, b. in Clinton, Mich., June 17, 
1840, and d., in Xapoleon, Mich. Aug. 9, 1848. 

[1958.] 6. FLORA J., b. in Xapoleon, ]Mich., Jan. 9, 184Q. 

[1959.] 7. PHINEAS P., b. in Napoleon, Oct. 7, 1851. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL B. PECK (880) AND DENCY, HIS WIFE. 

[1900.] 1. AMBROSIA J., b. in Covington, X. Y., July 3, 
1834; m. Samuel R. Sanford, July 7, 1858. 

[1901.] 2. MELLECEXT M., b. in Covington, X. Y., Oct. 
22, 1835. 

[1902.] 3. CORXELLl X., b. in Gorliam, X. Y., Aug. 22, 
1845, and d. there Dec. 15, 1852. 

CHILDREN OF ENOS T. PECK (888) AND HENRIETTA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN DOVER, N. J. 

[1903.] 1. JOSEPHIXE E., b. May 20, 1830 ; m. Hiram B. 
Fargo, Dec. 20, 1801. 

[1904.] 2. SOLOX L., b. Dec. 5, 1838. 

[1905.] 3. HELEX 31., b. Oct. 15, 1839. 

[1900.] 4. 31. I3I0GEXE, b. Oct. 17. 1844. 

[1907.] 5. WHITFIELD H., b. 3Iay 10, 1840. 

[1908.] 0. E3IERS0X, b. July 5, 1848. 

CHILD OF FREDERICK B. PECK (892) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE. 

[1909.] FREDERICK L., b. in Orleans, X. Y., April 2, 
1852. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTtl GENERATION. 183 

CHILDREN OF FRANK i?. PECK (893) AND CAROLINE, HIS WIFE, 
BORN IN GREENVILLE, MICH. 

[1970.] 1. EDWARD W., b. Sept. 4, 1859. 
[1971.J 2. EMILY C, b. Oct. 27, 1861. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN A. PECK (891) AND IMOGENE L,, HIS WIFE. 

[1972.] 1. WILLIAM S., b. in Greenville, Micii., July 18, 
1858. 

[1973.] 2. HAEEIET M., b. in Muskegon, Midi., March 29, 
1861. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES PECK (898) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN LEXINGTON, NOW JEWETT, N. Y., EXCEPT WILLIAM 

AND GEORGE, WHO WERE BORN IN HUNTER, N. Y. 

[1974.] 1. ALFRED, b. Dec. 22, 1814 ; m. 1. Jane Peck 
(931) ; m. 2. Lydia B. Peck (932), and, in 1875, was living in 
Great Barrington, 3Iass. 

[1975.] 2. HEXRY G., b. March 16, 1817, and d., in Lex- 
ington, now Jewett, N. Y., Xov. 17, 1817. 

[1976.] 3. CATHARIXE, b. Oct. 13, 1818 ; m. Benjamin 
Jones, and, in 1876, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 

[1977.] 4. MARY, b. Feb. 23, 1821 : m. Munson Peck (933), 
and, in 1875, was living in Great Barrington, Mass. 

[1978.] 5. HENRY, b. Feb. 26, 1823 ; m. Julia North, and, 
in 1875, was living at 3Ialad City, Idaho Territory. 

[1979.] 6. SARAH, b. April 3, 1825, and d. unm., in Jewett, 
N. Y., Sept. 13, 1843. 

[1980.] 7. ELIAS F., b. June 4, 1827 ; m. Adeline Peck 
(2035), and, in 1870, was living in Great Barrington, Mass. 

[1981.] 8. LUCIXDA, b. Sept. 11, 1829, and, in 1870, was 
living unm. in Great Barrington, Mass. 

[1982.] 9. WILLIAM, b. July 16, 1831 ; m. Sarah Johnson, 
and, in 1870, was living in English Neighborhood, N. J. 

[1983.] 10. CHARLES D., b. Nov. 18, 1833 ; m. Sidney Da- 
vis, May 15, 1866, and, in 1870, was living in Pueblo, Colorado. 



184 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[1984.] 11. GEORGE, b. Feb. 2, 1836 ; m. Rolette E. Rice, 
jMarch 13, 1SC6, and, in 1875, was living at Pueblo, Colorado. 

[1985.] 12. WALTER B., b. Oct. 23, 1838 ; m. Ellen Rice, 
and, in IbTO, was living at South Egremont, Mass. 

CHILDREN OF JOEL PECK, (899) ALL BoRN IN LEXINGTON, 
NOW JEWETT, N. Y. 

[1986.] 1. SETH, b. Sept. 20, 1812, and d. unm., in Rome, 
N. Y., Nov. 1, 1839. 

[1987.] 2. ELIZABETH, b. 3Iay 1, 1816 ; m. Ira Smalliug, 
and, in 1874, was living at or in the vicinity of Jaynesville, 
Iowa. 

[1988.] 3. JULIUS, b. Xov. 1, 1817 ; m. Amanda Whiita- 
ker, and, in 1874, was living at or in the vicinity of Jaynes- 
ville, Iowa. 

[1989.] 4. HARRIET, b. March 10, 1820; m. William 
Smith, and, in 1874, was living at or in the vicinity of Jaynes- 
ville, Iowa. 

[1990.] 5. MILO, b. Sept. 12, 1824 ; m. Maria Saunders, 
and d., in Lockport, N. Y., in 1864 or 1865. 

[1991.] 6. EUNICE, b. Oct. 11, 1826, and d., in Jewett, N. 
Y., in 1829. 

. [1992.] 7. GRIND A, b. Nov. 16, 1828, and d. unm. in Belie- 
ville, Wis., Feb. 4, 1858. 

[1993.] 8. HELEN, b. Nov, 13, 1834, and d., in Windham, 
N. Y., Nov. 7, 1837. 

[1994.] 9. HARRISON, b. Dec. 24, 1836 : m. Jane Carr, 
and, in 1866, was living in Metropolis City, 111. 

CHILDREN OF CIIAUNCEY PECK (902) AND MINERVA, HIS WIFE, 
. ALL BORN IN LEXINGTON, NOW .TEU'ETT, N. Y. 

[1995.] 1. EVELINE, b. Oct. 25, 1818 ; m. Edward Iloia- 
day, Feb. 23, 1842, and, in 1870, v/as living in Rockland, N. Y. 

[1996.] 2. VOLUTIA, b. July 28, 1820 ; m. Calvin Wood, 
Feb. 24, 1846, and, in 1870, was living in Margaretville, N. Y. 



TECK CiEXEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 185 

[1997.J 3. HENRY, b. Jau. 17, 1823, and d., in Lexington, 
now Jewett, N. Y., Jan. 31, 18i?3. 

[1998.] 4. LUCY L., b. Feb. 9, 1824; m. Robert Sheely, 
Sept. 20, 184G, and, in 18G1, was living in Rockland, N. Y. 

[1999.] 5. ORLANDO, b. July 23, 1826, and d., in Lexing- 
ton, now Jewett, X. Y., Oct. 17, 1827. 

1 2000.] 6. SAMUEL, b. Dec. 11, 1829 ; m. Nancy Gage, 
Jan. 17, 18G1, and, in 1875, was living in Colchester, N. Y. 

[2001.J 7. CHAUNCEY, b. Sept. 26, 1832 ; m. Arametta 
Kimball, Jan. 14, 1858, and, in 1870, was living in Rockland, 
N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (907) AND JANE, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN LEXINCTON, NOW^ JEWETT, N. Y. 

[2002.] 1. PIENRY IL, b. 3Iay 13, 1834 ; m. Julia A. North, 
and, in 1875, was living in Sheffield, Mass. 

[2003.] 2. 3IYRA, b. Nov. 3, 1836 ; m. Egbert Bogprt, 
Feb. 18, 1863, and, in 1876, was living in Catskill, N. Y. 

[2004.] 3. PHILO, b. 3Iay 11, 1841 ; m. Frances Crapsey, 
and, in 1876, was living at Palenville, Greene Co., N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF IRA PECK (911) AND PENELOPE, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN MARION, GA., EXCEPT HENRY K. AND EMELINE, 

WHO WERE BORN IN ASHFORD, CONN. 

[2005.] 1. HENRY K., b. 3Iay 12, 1824 ; m. Frances B. 
Johnson, Oct. 31, 1867, and, in 1875, was living in Cornwall, 
N. Y. 

[2006.] 2. JOHN, b. Oct. 17, 1825, and d., in Marion, Ga., 
Nov. 14, 1825. 

[2007.] 3. CORNELIA C, b. Aug. 24, 1827, and, in 1875, 
was living unm. in Hartford, Conn. 

[2008.] 4. EMELINE A., b. Oct. 16, 1829, and d., in Mari- 
on, Ga., July 4, 1831. 

[2009.] 5. IRA II., b. April 16, 1832, and, in 1875, was liv- 
ing unm. in Hartford, Conn. 



186 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2010.] 6. MARY J., b. March 25, 183-1 ; m. in Paris. 
Frauce, Giovanni Danesi, an Italian, Jan. 11, 1873, and, in 
1875, was living at Nice, France. 

[2011.] 7. WILLIAM IL, b. March 14, 183G, and d., in 
Marion, Ga., July G, 1837. 

[2012.] 8. WILLIAM U., again, b. April 19, 1838 ; m. 
Georgia C. Roberts, Dec. 11, 1862, and, in 1875, was living in 
Hartford, Conn. 

[2013.] 9. CAROLINE, b, Oct. 4, 1840; ni. Henry A. Red- 
field, 3Iay 20, 1862, and, in 1875, was living in Hartford, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE PECK (912) AND PERMELIA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN FARMINGTON, CONN. 

[2014.] 1. JOHN C, b. Jan. 11, 1816 ; m. 1. Mary J. Gray, 
and m. 2. Irene Bevins, and, in 1875, was living in Hillsdalf, 
Midi. 

[2015.] 2. EUNICE H., b. Aug. 3, 1820 ; m. Shubael 
Thompson, Feb. 12, 1846, and, in 1875, was living in We.^t 
Avon, Conn. 

[2016.] 3. GEORGE C, b. Feb. 4, 1824, and d. nnm. in 
Farmington, Conn., Oct. 16, 1843. 

[2017.] 4. JULIUS B., b. April 4, 1830, and d., in Ilillsdnlr, 
Mich., Oct. 24, 1873. 

CHILDREN OF CALEB PECK (913) AND LUCY, HIS WIFE, BOTH BORN 
IN SOUTHINGTOX, CONN. 

[2018.] 1. IRA, b. March 23, 1818, and, in 1874, was living 
in Southington, Conn. 

[2019.] 2. SOPHIA, b. April 11, 1821 ; m. Henry Hart, 
Aug. 25, 1842, and d. in Southington, Conn. 

• CHILDREN OF CHAUNCEY PECK (916) AND LURA, HIS WIFE. 

[2020.] 1. JOHN L., b. in Hunter, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1825, 
and d. unm. in Maiden, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1855. 



PECK GEXEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. IS? 

[2021.] 2. AL^ELIXE, b. iu Hunter, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1827, and 
d., in Hunter, X. Y., Aug. 1, 1829. 

[2022.] 3. CHAUXCEY M., b. in Hunter, N. Y., Dec. 13, 
1829, and, in 1870, vras living num. in Windham, N. Y. 

[2023.] 4. AUGUSTA, b. in Thomp.son, X. Y., Xov. 1, 1833, 
and, in 1870, was living unm. in Windham, N. Y. 

[2021.] 5. MARK, b. in Lexington, now Jewett, X". Y., May 
3, 1836, and d. there April 16, 1837. 

[2025.] 6. LINUS, b. in Lexington, now Jewett, jS". Y., Jan. 
13, 1838, and, in 1861, was living unm. in Windham, X. Y'. ' 

[2026.] 7. ADELAIDE B., b. in Lexington, now Jewett, X. 
Y., Oct. 15, 1810, and d. there March 16, 1854. ' 

CHILDREN OF JOEL PECK (920) AND ANN E., HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN WALLINGFORD, CONN. 

[2027.J 1. SARAH E., b. Oct. 7, 1842 : m. Leonard Bishop, 
July 27, 1870, and, in 1875, was living in Xew Haven, Conn. 

[2028.] 2. SA3IUEL WILLIAM, b. Jan. 17, 1847, and, in 
1875, was living in Wallingford, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (922) AND ELIZA, HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN W^ALLINGFORD, CONN. 

[2029 .] 1. ELLEX M., b. Xov. 3, 1850; m. Samuel Gilbert, 
June 15, 1875, and, in 1875, w\as living in Xew Haven, Conn. 

[2030.] 2. AXXIE E., b. March 4, 1854, and, in 1875, was 
living in Wallingford, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF ORIN PECK, (926) ALL BORN IN LEXINGTON, NOW 
.TEW^ETT, N. Y. 

[2030.] 1. HARRIET D., b. May 15, 1825, and, in 1861, 
was living unm. in Harpersfield, X. Y. 

[2031.] 2. PERMELIA, b. Oct. 28, 1827 ; m. William H. 
Sloat, and, in 1870, was living in Hobart, X. Y. 

[2032.] 3. XEWTOX G., b. Sept. 27, 1832 : m. Elizabeth 
Hubbard, and, in 1870, was living in Harpersfield, X. Y. 



188 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2033.] 4. MEIIITABLE A., L. June 15, 1834 ; iii. Nicholas 
31ickle, and, in ISGl, was living in Davenport, X. Y. 

[2034.] 5. AMOS E., b. June 10, 1838, and, in 1861, was 
living unm. in Harpersfield, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF LEVI PECK (927) AND MARY, IIlS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN LEXINGTON, NOW .lEWETT, N. Y. 

[2035.J 1. ADELINE, b. March 13, 1829 ; m. Elias F. Peck. 
(1980) and, in 1870, was living in Great Barrington. Mass. 
• [2036.] 2. LUCIXDA C, b. 3Iay 12, 1831, and, in 1876, was 
living unm. iii Jewett, N. Y''. 

[2037.J 3. ELLEN J., b. 3Iay 11, 1833 ; m. Benjamin Bar- 
clay, and, in 1876, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 

[2038.] 4. LYDIA A., b. Aug. 30, 1837 : m. Alfred Edwards, 
May 1, 1866, and d. in Windham, N. Y. 

[2039.] 5. CICERO C, b. Jan. 25, 1840; is a lawyer, an,!. 
in 1876, was living in Windham, N. Y. 

[2040.J 6. EDGAR L., b. Feb. 15, 1848, and, in 1866, was 
living unm. in Jew^ett, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES B. PECK (930) AND STATA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LEXINGTON, NOW JEWETT, N. Y. 

[2041.] 1. OLIVER C, b. June 21, 1836 ; m. Luan Barklt>y, 
and, in 1876, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 

[2042.] 2. LYMAN P., b. May 13, 1838 ; was in the U. S. 
Army in the war of the Rebellion, and d., in Falmouth, Va., 
Jan. 14, 1863. 

[2043.] 3. GEORGE W., b. July 25, 1840 ; was in the U. S. 
Army in the war of the Re])ellion, and d., at Key West, Oct. 
16, 1862. 

[2044.] 4. CATHARINE, b. Feb. 13, 1843 ; m. Newell 
Morse, and, in 1875, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 

[2045.] 5. MARIA S., b. Nov. 1, 1845; m. George Rice, 
Dec. 25, 1865, and, in 1876, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 

[2046.] 6. BRAINARD 0., b. Nov. 4, 1848, and, in 1876, 
was living in Jewett, N. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 189 

[2047.] 7. HORACE H., b. July 23, 1852, and, in 1S75, was 
living in Jewett, X. Y. 

CHILDKEN OF MUNSON PF.CK (933) AND MARY, HIS \YIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LEXINGTON, NOW JEWETT, N. Y. 

[2048.] 1. EMILY F., b. Sept. 15, 1841 ; m. Putnam B. 
Dickernian, Sept. 12, 1865, and, in 1875, was living in Rock- 
ford, 111. 

[2049.] 2. ALFRED X., b. June 18, 1848, and d. in Great 
Barrington, 31ass. 

[2050.] 3. MARTHA J., b. Oct. 9, 1856, and, in 1875, was 
living in South Egremont, Mass. 

CHILDREN OF JOEL PECK (939) AND ELIZA, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN FARMINGTON, OHIO. 

[2051.] 1. DELIA M., b. Nov. 7, 1825 ; m. James C. How- 
ard, Oct. 9, 1851, and, in 1861, was living in Covington, Ky. 

' [2052.] 2. ALLEX F., b. Feb. 15, 1828 ; m. Fuller, 

and, in 1870, was living in Farmington, 0. ; had been a surgeon 
in the U. S. Army. 

[2053.] 3. FLETCHER W., b. April 20, 1831; m. Coresta 
R. Smith, Aug. 28, 1855, and, in 1861, was living in Farming- 
ton, 0. 

ONLY CHILD OF CHARLES PECK, (942) BORN IN ORWELL, OHIO. 

[2054.] AUSTIX DEAX, b. Jan. 20, 1865, and, in 1870, was 
living in Orwell, 0. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN H. PECK (941) AND JULIA, HIS WIFE. 

[2055.] 1. DANIEL M., b. in Farmington, 0., Sept. 12, 
1826 ; m. Isabella A. McCorkle, June 2, 1854, and, in 1862, was 
living in Uniontown, Ind. 

[2056.] 2. CHARLES W., b. in Farmington, 0., July 27, 
1829, and d. there May 23, 1846. 



190 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGETH GENERATION. 

[2057.] 3. PIIALLY A., h. in Farmin-ton, 0., June 10, 
1832; m. David B. Ward, March 10, 1853, and, in 18G2, was 
living in Uniontown, Ind. 

[2058.] 4. ARZA B., b. in Farmiugton, 0., June 5, 1834, 
and d. there March 16. 1841. 

[2059.] 5. LYMAX M., b. in Farmington, 0., Aug. 19. 
1837, and, in 1862, was living unm. in Uniontown, Ind. 

[2060.] 6. 3IATILDA M., b. in Delaware, 0., Feb. 16, 1840, 
and, in 1862, was living unm. in Uniontown, Ind. 

[2061.J 7. BENJAMIN H., b. in Farmiugton, 0., Oct. 19, 
1843, and, in 1862, was living unm. in Uniontown, Ind. 

[2062.] 8. JOHN L., b. in Farmington, 0., Sei)t. 23, 1846, 
and, in 1862, was living in Uniontown, Ind. 

CHILDREN OF HENRY PECK (957) AND LAURA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN BRISTOL, CONN. 

[2063.] 1. CAROLINE, b. Feb. 7, 1836 ; m. Francis John- 
son, May 15, 1858, and d., in Bristol, Conn., Nov. 22, 1861. 

[2064.] 2. NOBLE, b. May 3, 1837 ; m. Anna Kendrick, 
Jan. 5, 1870, and, in 1872, was living in Bristol, Conn. 

[2065.] 3. ALBERT C, b. Nov. 10, 1841 ; m. Grace A. Jud- 
son, Oct. 4, 1866, and, in 1874, was living in Woodbury, Conn. 

[2066.] 4. GEORGE, b. May 4, 1847 ; m. Sarah Shary, 
Marcli 25, 1869, and, i;i 1872, was living in Bristol, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE PECK (958) AND JANE, HIS WIFE. 

[2067.] 1. ADELINE, b. in Hinsdale, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1831 ; 
m. John N. Brown, Jan. 24, 1855, and, in 1861, was living in 
Hinsdale, N. Y. 

[2068.] 2. SARAH E., b. in Steuben Co., N. Y., July 23, 
1837 : m. John C. Kna})p- Oct. 9, 1854, and, in 1861, was living 
in Hinsdale, N. Y. 

[2069.] 3. ANN L., b. in Hinsdale, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1840 ; m. 
Julius Burlingame, Nov. 1, 1856, and, in 1861, was living in 
Hin.sdale, N Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION . 191 

[2070.] -1. MAHLON C, b. iu Hinsdale, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1S42, 
and was in the U. S. Army in the war of the Rebellion. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN PECK (9C2) AND MARIA, HIS WIFE, ALL BORN 
IN BRISTOL, CONN. 

[2071.] 1. EVELIXE, b. Sept. 27, 1847 ; m. Josiah Cowles, 
Feb. 2, 1867, and, in 1872, was living in West Meriden, Conn. 

[2072.J 2. JOHN F., b. April 19, 1853, and d., in Bristol, 
Conn., Dee. 3, 1853. 

[2073.] 3. MARY, b. Jan. 5, 1856, and, in 1872, was living 
in West 3Ieriden, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES PECK (963) AND LUCIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN BRISTOL, CONN. 

[2074.] 1. LUCINDA, b. May 15, 1852, and, in 1872, was 
living in Bristol, Conn. 

[2075.] 2. ANDREW, b. Dec. 27, 18.53, and, in 1872, was 
living in Bristol, Conn. 

[2076.] 3. JANE, b. Feb. 12, 1856, and, in 1872, was living 
in Bristol, Conn. 

[2077.] 4. WILLIAM, b. 3Iarch 17, 1859, and, in 1872, was 
living in Bristol, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JESSE PECK (967) AND MARY ANN, HIS WIFE, ALL 

BORN IN BUFFALO, N. Y., EXCEPT THE OLDEST, WHO 

WAS BORN IN ALLENTOWN, PENN. 

[2078.] 1. JAMES B., b. Sept. 16, 1820, and, in 1862, was 
living unm. at LaGrange, Cal. 

[2079.] 2. SARAH E., b. March 11, 1824 ; m. B. F. Salis- 
bury, and, in 1862, was living in BuffalO; N. Y. 

[2080.] 3. JOHN S., b. Sept. 3, 1826, and, in 1862, was liv- 
ing unm. in Yreka, Cal. 

[2081.] 4. WILLIAM C. b. Sept. 12, 1828 ; m. Mary J. 
Toomer, and, in 1862, was living in Durand, Wis. 

[2082.] 5. FRANCIS, b. Feb. 9, 1831, and, in 1862, was liv- 
ing at Snellings, Cal. 



192 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATIuX. 

[2083.J 6. CIIAHLES S., b. Sept. 11, .1834 ; m. Adeline 
Cook, aud, in 18C2, Wcas liviug at Snelling-s, Cal. 

[2084.J 7. GEORGE W.,' b. 3Iarch 8, 1838, and, in 1862, 
was living uum, at Tidioute, Penu. 

[2085.] 8. 31ARY, b. Sept. 22, ISIG, and d., at Buffalo, N. 
Y., Sept. 30, 1819. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES PECK (968) AND MARY, HIS WIFE. 

[2086.] 1. LOUISA, b. in Henderson, Ky., in 1821, and d., 
in Shawneetowu, 111., in 1821. 

[2087.] 2. SARAH ELIZABETH, b. Aug. 25, 1822 ; m. 
Henry Brown, and d., in Marshall, Mich., July 10, 1811. 

[2088.] 3. OLIVE JANE, b. in Evansville, Ind., May 11, 
1821 ; m. Preston, and, in I'^^'l, was living at Evans- 
ville, Ind. 

[2089.] 1. WILLIAM D., b. in Evansville, Ind., April 1, 
1826, and d., in Louisville, Ky., Jan. 1, 1819. 

[2090.] 5. OLIVER, b. in Buffalo, N. Y., in 1828, and d., in 
Dunkirk, N. Y., in 1832. 

[2091.] 6. LUCINDA ANN, b. in Dunkirk, N. Y., Sept. 1, 
1832 ; m. Nathaniel Bridg(?s, and d. in Keokuk, Iowa. 

[2092.] 7. JOHN, b. in Buffalo, N. Y., in 1831, and d. there 
the same year. 

[2093.] 8. IRA BEACH, b. in Sheridan, N. Y., Oct. 23, 
1831, and d. unm. in Louisville, Ky., April 10, 1850. 

[2091.] 9. JULIA MARY, b. in Sheridan, N. Y., April 13, 
1810, and, in 1872, was living in Madisonville, Hopkins Co., 
Kentucky. 

[2095.] 10. MIRIA3I, b. in Henderson, Ky., in 1812, and d. 
there in 1813. 

CHILDREN OF MILES PECK (971) AND EMILY, HIS WIFE. 

[2096.] 1. ALLYN S., b. in Wallingford, Conn., in April 
1830. His present residence, if living, cannot be ascertained. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 193 

[2097-] 2. HEXEY, b. in New Britain, Conn., and d., in 
infancy in New Britain, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JOEL PECK (97G) AND CHARLOTTE M., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN FARMINGTON, CONN. 

[2098.J 1. SUSAN F., b. Jnly 4, 1835 ; m. Anios J. Beers, 
Oct. 6, 1856, and, in 1875, was living in New Haven, Conn. 

[2099.] 2. JANE A., b. April 17, L837 ; m. Edward M. 
Judd, 3Iarch 23, 1859, and, in 1875, was living in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

[2100.] 3. MARY B., b. June 17, 1839; m. William S. 
Toan, Oct. 25, 1861, and, in 1875, wat; living in Hillsdale, Mich. 

[2101.] 4. MARTHA A., b. April 25, 1843 ; m. R. T>. Judd, 
June 19, 1862, and, in 1875, was living in New Britain, Conn. 

[2102.] 5. JOEL WILBUR, b. Jan. 19, 1849, and, in 1875, 
was living in New Haven, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (980) AND AMELIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN LEXINGTON, N. Y. 

[2103.] 1. DELIA, b. Oct. 17, 1801 ; m. Thomas Strangham, 
and, in 1875, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 

[2104.] 2. SA3IUEL T., b. Jan. 22, 1803 ; m. Amelia Cor- 
nish, and, in 1875, was living in Windham, N. Y. 

[2105.] 3. SA3IANTHA, b. Oct. 2, 1805 ; m. John Goodsell, 
and d., in Jewett, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1859. 

[2106.] 4. MIRANDA, b. June 12, 1807, and d. unm., in 
Lexington, N. Y"., in Sept. 1825. 

[2107.] 5. SOLOMON, b. Aug. 19, 1809 ; m. Abi Johnson, 
and, in 1875, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 

[2108.] 6. A3IELIA ANN, b. May 4, 1812 ; m. Lucas Van 
Valkenburgh, and, in 1875, was living in Lexington, N. Y. 

[2109.] 7. ELIAKIM, b. Sept. 9, 1814; m. Louisa Whit- 
comb, and, in 1875, was living in Jewett, N. Y. 

[2110.] 8. PIIEBE C, b. Aug. 5, 1816 ; m. Hiram Bennett, 
and d., in Fulton, 111., May 9, 1868. 



194 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2111.] 9. ELIZABETH, b. April 9, 1818 ; m. James Ken- 
nedy, and, in 1S75, was living- in Lexington, IS". Y. 

[2112.] 10. 3IARY, b. June 6, 1820 ; m. Alexander Cornish, 
and d., in Lexington, IS". Y., in January, 1854. 

[2113.] 11. AMANDA L., b. Dec. 31, 1823, and, in 1875, 
was living unm. in Lt-xington, N. Y. 

[2114.] 12. THEODOIiE, b. about 1825, and d. in infancy, 
in Lexington, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD PECK (981) AND PERMELIA, ^I^ WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN WINDHA:M, N. Y. 

[2115.] 1. OLIVE, b. May 15, 1801 ; m. John P. More, and 
d., in Roxbury, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1849. 

[2116.] 2. EICHARD, b. Sept. 25, 1803, and, in 1875, was 
living in Xew Comerstown, 0. 

[2117.] 3. PHILEXA, b. Nov. 10, 1806 ; m. Henry Cole, 
and, in 1875, was living in Lexington, X. Y. 

[2118.] 4. ERASTUS T., b. May 25, 1809 ; m. 1. Catharine 
Root, who d. Oct'. 15, 1863 ; m. 2. Cynthia Goslee, and, in 
1875, was living in Windham, N. Y. 

[2119.] 5. PHILAXDER, b. Xov. 24, 1811; m. Caroline 
Rowley, and d., in Durham, X. Y., Feb. 13, 1865. 

[2120.] 6. PERMELIA, b. June 9, 1814 : m. Owen Weeks, 
and d., in Roxbury, X, Y., Aug. 22, 1869. 

CHILDREN OF TENNANT PECK (982) AND POLLY, HIS WIFE. 

[2121.] 1. TEXXAXT, b. in ^Yindham, X. Y., Jan. 21, 1806 ; 
m. Jane Card, in Sept. 1829, and d. in the U. S. Army, about 
1863 or 1864. 

[2122.] 2. POLLY, b. in Windham, X. Y., Feb. 23, 1808 ; 
m. William Webster, in Sept. 1830, and, in 1875, was living in 
Rensselaerville, X. Y. 

[2123.] 3. RUSSELL, b. in Windham, X. Y., :\Iarch 29, 
1810 ; m. Margaret Applebee, in June 1831, and, in 1875, was 
living in Halcott, N. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 195 

[2124.] 4. CATHARIXE, b. in Windham, X. Y., Xov. 2G, 
1811 ; m. Sheldon ScoviUe, in June 1852, and, in 1875, was 
living in Freeport, 111. 

[2125.] 5. LYDIA, b. in Reading, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1814 ; in. 
Terry Ellis, Oct. 20, 1836, and, in 1875, was living in Freeport, 
Illinois. 

[2126.] 6. SIDNEY, b. in Lexington, X. Y., 3Iay 25. 1817 ; 
m. Eliza Stanton, in April 1841, and, in 1875, was living at 
Point Pleasant, Iowa. 

[2127.] 7. JA3IES, b. in Lexington, N. Y^, Jan. 6, 1820 ; 
m. Catharine Wilcox, in Jan. 1843, and, in 1875, was living at 
Yellow Creek, 111. 

[2128.] 8. LEWIS B., b. in Lexington, X. Y"., Aug. 29, 
1822 ; m. Elizabeth Wilcox, in Oct. 1844, and, in 1875, was 
living in Freeport, 111. 

[2129.] 9. XOAII D., b. in Lexington, N. Y., April 12, 1825 ; 
m. Sally Api:>lebee, in 3Iay 1846, and, in 1875, was living in 
Freeport, 111. 

[2130.] 10. SARAH, b. in Lexington, N. Y., July 23, 1830 ; 
m. Benjamin Clow, in March 1848, and, in 1875, was living in 
Freeport, 111. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN C. PECK (990) AND NANCY, HIS WIFE. 

[2131.] 1. SARAH ELIZABETH, b. in Lexington, N. Y., 
and d. unm. in Durham, N. Y., March 1, 1854. 

[2132.J 2. HARRIET X., b. in Lexington, X. Y., June 24, 
1830, and, in 1875, was living unm. in Durham, N. Y. 

[2133.] 3. JOHN IL, b. in Lexington, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1834 ; 
m. Henrietta F. Groslce, Nov. 14, 1860, and d., in Durham, N. 
Y., Nov. 25, 1865. 

[2134.] 4. MARTHA A., b. in Durham, N. Y., Jan. 0, 18.37; 
m. James A. Race, Dec. 7, 1865, and, in 1875, was living in 
Jewett, N. Y., 



196 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2135.J 5. XAXCY ROSALINE, b. in Duihani, N. Y., Sept. 
2, 18-45 ; m. Bissell Bascoiii, May 12, ISGO, aud, in 1875, was 
living in Durham, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF PETER PECK (990) AND AMELIA, HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN ALBANY, N. Y. 

[2136.] 1. EDWARD H., b. Aug. 17, 1830, and d. num., in 
Albany, April 12, 1861. 

[2137.] 2. 3IARY F., b. April 7, 1833 ; m. Henry S. Van 
Santford, April 11, 1857, and, in 1875, v/as living in Albany, 
N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ABNER PECK (998) AND REBECCA, HIS WIFE. 

[2138.J 1. ALBERT, b. in Leverett, Mass , Aug. 11, 1818 ; 
m. Nancy C. Darling, Sept. 29, 1812, and, in 1868, v/as living 
in Slielburne, 31ass. 

[2139.] 2. ABNER, b. in Leverett, 3Iass., Marcii 8, 1820 ; 
m. Lucretia Allen, Jan. 22, 1846, and, in 1868, was living In 
Slielburne, 3Iass. 

[2110.] 3. ORILLA, b. in Leverett, 31ass., Feb. 25, 1S22 ; 
m. Pliny Fisk, Aug. 29, 1841, and, in 1868, was living in Sliel- 
burne, Mass. 

[2141.] 4. AUSTIN, b. in Leverett, Mass., 3Iay 9, 1824 ; m. 
Lucia A. Severance, Sept. 17, 1841, and, in 1868, was living in 
Slielburne, Mass. 

[2142.] 5. JOHN B., b. in Shell^urne, 3Liss., June 13, 1826 ; 
m. Maria Jones, June 26, 1851, and d., in Slielburne, Mass., 
Nov. 22, 1866. 

[2143.] 6. FANNY, b. in Shelburne, 3Iass., Oct. 19, 1^28, 
and d. there June 5, LS44. 

[2144.] 7. HARRIET, b. in Shelburne, 3Iass., June 21, 
1832 ; m. Justin H. Tyler, Jan. 21, 1861, aud, in 1868, was liv- 
ing in Napoleon, 0. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 197 

CHILDREN OF PETER PECK (999) AND ARDELIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN SHELBURNE, MASS. 

[2145.] 1. FRANCIS P., b. May 18, 1S25 ; m. Marietta 
Kuowitou, ill Xov. 1850, and, in 18C8, was living in Chicago, 
Illinois. 

[2116.] 2. HAXXAH, b. Oct. 15, 1827 ; m. Oscar Bordwell, 
June 10, 1853, and, in 1SG8, was living in Shelburne, Mass. 

[2117.] 3. WILLIAM T., b. May 23, 1831 ; m. Diana L. 
Severance, Dec. 20, 1855, and, in 18GS, was living in Shel- 
burne, Mass. 

[2118.1 4. MARSHALL, b. June 5, 1833, and d., in Shel- 
burne, 3Iass., Sept. 22, 1836. 

[2149.] 5. 3IARSHALL, again, b. Sept. 18, 1837, and d., in 
Shelburne, Mass., Sept. 1, 1839. 

[2150.] 6. ARDELIA T., b. June 23, 1841, and, in 1868, 
was living unm. in Shelburne, 3Iass. 

CHILDREN OF JASON W. PECK (1003) AND SUSAN, HIS WIFE. 

[2151.] 1. ALAXSOX, b. in Reading, X. Y., Feb. 27, 1824 ; 
m. Amanda Cross, June 6, 1848, and, in 1869, was living in 
Lodi, X. Y. 

[2152.] 2. BEXOXI, b. in Reading, X. Y., Dec. 15, 1825 ; 
m. Sally Ann Travis, March 20, 1843, and, in 1869, was living 
in Monterey, X. Y. 

[2153.] 3. LEAX'DER H., b. in Reading, X. Y., Aug. 24, 
1829 ; m. Rachael Townsend, Feb. 6, 1853, and, in 1869, was 
living at Cooper's Plains, X. Y. 

[2154.] 4. XORMAX', b in Reading, X. Y., Aug. 14, 1832 ; 
m. Sally Ann Ay res, Feb. 6, 1857, and, in 1869, was living in 
Watkins, X". Y. 

[2155.] 5 WILLIAM R., b. in Tyrone, X^. Y., Dec. 9, 1835; 
m. Lydia Ann Washburne, March 4, 1855, and, in 1869, was 
living in Madison, 3Iich. 

[2156.] 6. GABRIEL, b. in Reading, X^ Y., .June 4, 1S39, 
and d. there June 10. 1839. 



198 PECK GENEALOGY- -EIGIITIT GENERATIOK. 

[2157.J 7. ORANDA, b. iu Heading, N. Y., Xov. 1 8, l&4o ; 
m. Zeron Wat^hbiirue, iu 1807, and, in 1869, \va;s living ii^ 
Madison, Mich. 

[2158.] 8. MAHLOX, b. iu Reading, N. Y., March 8, 1843 ; 
m. 1. Sarah E, Jones, Feb. 7, 1805 ; m. 2. Eliza Short, June 7' 

1868, and, in 1869, was living- iu Altay, X. Y. 

[2L59.] 9. CHILIOX, b. in Reading, X. Y., March 8, 1843- 
and, in 1869, was living unni. in Altay, X. Y. 

CHILDEEX OF ERASTUrf PECK (1004) AND LYDIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN READING, N. Y. 

[2160.] 1. FAXXY 0., b. Feb. 4, 1827 ; m. Lewis LeFever, 
June 21, 1848, and, iu 1869, was living iu Hinsdale, X. Y. 

[2161.] 2. JOEL S., b. March 28, 1829 ; m. 1. Eliza Culver, 
Sept. 23, 1856, and m. 2. Lowly Culver, Xov. 19, 1863, and, iu 

1869, was living iu Altay, X. Y. 

[2162.] 3. MARTIX H.', b. Oct. 16, 1831 ; m. Maria Osborn, 
and, in 1869, was living in xlltay, X. Y^. 

[2163.] 4. ARTHUR, b. April 5, 1835 ; m. Luciuda D. Xay, 
April 18, 1860, and, in 1869, was living iu Clinton, 111. 

[2164.] 5. XAXCY, b. Sept. 29, 1837 ; m. John Jackson, 
Sept. 13, 1857, and, iu 1869, was living in xVltay, X. Y. 

[2165.] 6. AXX E., b. Oct. 4, 1839; m. Alonzo Winters, 
March 29, 1857, and, iu 1869, was living in Barrington, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF TENNANT PECK (1005) AND DURINDA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN READING, N. Y. 

[2166.] 1. MIRAXDA, b. Aug. 14, 1825 : m. Jonathan Da- 
vison, and, iu 1869, was living iu Corydon, Peun. 

[2167.] 2. ELIZA J., b. July 22, 1828 ; m. Jeremiah Turk, 
and, in 1869, was living at Jenkins' Bridge, Va. 

[2168.] 3. JOIIX S., b. Sept. 16, 1830, and, in 1869, was 
living unm. iu Reading, X. Y". 

[2169.] 4. FERXAXDO, b. April 9, 1833 ; m. Mary J. T-Ias- 
ters. and, in 1869, was living in Thurston, X. Y. 



PECK GEXEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 199 

[2170.J 5. SI3I0X S., 1). Dec. 9, 1835 ; m. Phebe J. Clark, 
and, in 1869, was living in Tyrone, N. Y. 

[2171.J 6. LYDIA. b. April 20, 1838 ; m. Thomas Holley, 
and, in 1869, was living iu Reading, X. Y. 

[2172.] 7. SOPHllONA, b. Jan. 22, 18-41, and d., in Read- 
ing, X. Y., 3Iarcli 17, 18-44. 

[2173.] 8. ERASTUS, b. Dec. 11, 1843, and d., in Reading, 
X. Y., April 6, 1844. 

[2174.1 9. CAXDACE, b. Aug. 24, 1845, and d., in Reading, 
X". Y., April 26, 1854. 

CHILDREN OF BENONI PECK (1007) AND CLARISSA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN WATKINS, N. Y. 

[2175.] 1. SARAPI JAX'E, b. Aug. 10, 1832 ; m. George H. 
Freeman Dec. 22, 1851, and, in 1869, was living in Irving, 
3Iich. 

[2176.] 2. EDWARD Q., b. Jan. 25, 1835 ; m. X^ellie Upton, 
and, in 1869, was living in Hornellsville, X. Y. 

[2177.] 3. GEORGE, b. Feb. 17. 1837, and d., in Watkins, 
X. Y., May 16, 1839. 

[2178.] 4. JUDSOX A., b. March 13, 1839 ; m. Anna Green, 
and, in 1869, was living in Xiles, 3Iich. 

[2179.] 5. WALLACE, b. Feb. 24, 1841 ; m. 3Liria Anthony, 
July 3, 1866, and, in 1869, was living in X^iles, 3Iich. 

[2180.] 6. ADRAIX^ b. Xov. 17, 1845, and d. unm. Sept. 19, 
1865, being drowned in the Alleghany river. 

CHILDREN OF JOEL PECK, (1013) ALL BORN IN HECTOR, N. Y. 

[2181.] 1. AXX ELIZA, b. 3Iarch 3, 1815 ; m. 1. John C. 
Hotchkiss, Oct. 17, 1833 ; in. 2. Avery S. Hutchins, May 8, 
1853, and, in 1869, was living in Xevada, Iowa. 

[2182.] 2. POLLY, b. Oct. 9, 1816 ; m, John Woodward, 
Oct. 15, 1834, and d., in Hector, X. Y., Xov. 26, 1864. 

[2183.] 3. MARTIX B., b. July 7, 1819, and d., in Hector, 
X. Y., Xov. 9, 1823. 



200 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2184.J 4. LEVI II., b. June 22, 1821, and d., in Hector. X. 
Y., June 1, 1822. 

[2185.] 5. ALBERT, b. April 12, 1823, and d., in Hector, X. 
Y., Aug. 24, 1825. 

[2186.] 6. HARRIET P., b. June 24, 1825 ; m. 1. David 
Brown, April 4, 1842 ; m. 2. A. D. Retun, Jan. 6, 1863, and, in 
1869, was living in Hudson, Micli. 

[2187.] 7. LYDIA ANN, b. June 24, 1827 ; m. Philip S. 
Sked, March 29, 1849, and, in 1869, was living in Pennington, 
N. J. 

[2188.] 8. ELOX G., b. Sept. 16, 1830 ; m. Emma E. Brad- 
ford, 3Iay 13, 1852, and, in 1872, was living in Hector, X". Y. 

[2189.] 9. SYLVESTER B., b. 3Iay 23, 1832 ; m. 1. Adelia 
J. Everts, Sept. 23, 1857, who d. Oct. 2S, 1871 ; m. 2. Fannie 
A. Reynolds, Xov. 27, 1872, and, in 1876, was living in Tioga, 
Penn. 

[2190.] 10. HORACE S., b. April 23, 1835 ; m. :\lavy E. 
Coburn, Sept. 13, 1856, and, in 1869, was living in Crown 
Point, X. Y. 

[2191.] 11. SOPHIA, b. May 1, 1837 ; m. Eli Bennett, June 
27, 1858, and, in 1869, was living at Crown Point, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ELISHA PECK, (1020) ALL BORN IN PHELPS, N. Y. 

[2192.] 1. ALVIRA, b. March 24, 1814 ; m. Richard Hallett, 
April 10, 1834, and, in 1869, was living in Hillsdale, 3Iich. 

[2193.] 2. LEWIS, b. May 13, 1816 ; m. Sarah Long, Oct. 
27, 1854, and, in 1869, was living in Phelps, X"". Y. He gradu- 
ated at Madirfon University, in the class of 1841, and was a 
member of the Xew York Legislature, in 1860. 

[2194.] 3. LYDIA, b. Feb. 6, 1818 ; nr. Daniel Crouch, in 
Oct. 1844, and d., in Phelps, X". Y., Aug. 11, 1850. 

[2195.] 4. JOHX", b. X^ov. 29, 1819 ; m. Amanda Gates, in 
1841, and, in 1869, was living in Hill.-,dale, Mich. 

[2196.] 5. IRA, b. X^ov. 18, 1821 ; m. 3Iarcia B. Dixon, Dec. 
18, 1845, and, in 1869, was living at Port Byron, X". Y. 



PECK GEN'EALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 201 

[2197.] (3. JESSE, b. Eeb. 29, 1821 ; m. Hattie Walthait> in 
July 1801, aud, iu 1SG9, was living in Brownsville, Penn. 

[2198.J V. SARAH, b. Dec. 13, 1825 ; m. Luther Worden, in 
Jan. 1816, and d. Sept. 14, 1853. 

CHILDREN OF HORACE PECK (1021) AND SEBE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN PHELPS, N. Y. 

[2199.] 1. DA31ARIS, b. May 4, 1815 ; m. A. Frank Ean- 
ney, and d., in Hillsdale, Mich., Jan. 12, 184?. 

[2200.] 2. HmA3I, b. June 30, 1817 ; m. Louisa Whitteinore, 
and, in 1869, was living in Phelps, N. Y. 

[2201.] 3. WILLIAM, b. Nov. 2Q, 1819 ; m. Ellen Case, and, 
in 1872, was living in Phelps, X. Y. 

[2202.] 4. DOROTHY, b. Feb. 13, 1823 ; m. John Green, 
and d., in Genoa, X. Y., Aug. 19, 1848. 

[2203.] 5. CLARISSA, b. Nov. 1, 1824 ; m. Rev. Jacob A. 
Wader, and, in 1869, was living in Orleans, N. Y. 

[2204.] 6. HORACE, b. Oct. 28, 1832 ; m. Elizabeth Reals, 
and, in 1869, was living in Phelps, X. Y. 

[2205.] 7. ELLEX, b. June 27, 1835, and d. unm. in Phelps, 
N. Y., March 6, 1851. 

[2206.] 8. CHARLES D., b. Jan. 28, 1838 ; m. Mary Ho- 
man, and, in 1869, was living in Phelps, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF DARIUS PECK, (1023.) 

[2207.] 1. 3IORTI3IER, b. in Barre, N. Y., in 1820 ; m. 
Ursula Sage, and, in 1871, was living in Benton, Mo. 

[2208.] 2. MARY AXX, b. in Barre, X. Y., June 12, 1823 ; 
m. Eli DLxon, and d., in Aroma, 111., in 1865. 

[2209.] 3. DARIUS, b. in Fairport, X. Y., Jan. 20, 1831 ; 
m. Susan Wilson, and, in 1871, was living in Benton, 3Io. 

[2210.] 4. M.IRTHA, b. in Mentz, X. Y., Dec. 8, 1833 ; m. 
J. V. White, and d., in Port Byron, X. Y., in 1870. 

[2211.] 5. SARAH, b. in Mentz, X. Y., Dec. 30, 1836 ; m. 
W. A. White, and, in 1871, was living in Auburn, X. Y. 



202 PECK GEXEALOGY— ElOIITH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF ENOCH FECK, (102G.) 

[2212.] 1. EZKA J., b. in Castletou, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1830 ; 
m. Annie L. Bartlett, Mcarch 31, 1856, and, in 1869, was living 
in Phelps, X. Y. He graduated at Williams College in 1851. 

[2213.] 2. HEXRY J., b. in Castleton, iS\ Y., July 20, 1831 ; 
m. Mary Gray, Oct. 18, 1859, and, in 1869, was living in 
Phelps, X. Y. 

[22U.J 3. HATTIE C. A., b. in BaldwinsviUe, X. Y., Nov. 
9, 1816, and, in 1SC9, was living unm. in Phelps, X. Y. 

[2215.] 4. MARY J., b. in Cauoga, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1819, and, 
in 1869, was living unm. in Phelps, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF IRA PECK (1027) AND POLLY, HIS ^VIFE, ALL BORN 
IN SENECA, N. Y. 

[2216.] 1. CHARLES, b. Sept. 6, 1830 ; m. Harriet X. Pier- 
son, Nov. 29, 1860, and, in 1869, was living in Seneca, X"". Y. 

.[2217.] 2. BETSEY E., b. April 1, 1833 ; m. Alonzo Carsoti, 
Sept. 22, 1852, and, in 1869, was living in Hudson, Mich. 

[2218.] 3. ESTHER A., b. X"ov. 5, 1837 ; m. 1. .Jerome 
Guilford, Aug. 22, 1853 ; m. 2. Enoch Hallett, in March 1863, 
and, in 1869, was living in Hudson, Mich. 

[2219.] 4. HEXRY H., b. Aug. 31, 1840 ; m. Ophelia Dib- 
ble, July 3, 1862, and, in 1869, was living in Seneca, X". Y. 

CHILDREN OF SETH MARTIN PECK (1031) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN BETHANY, N. Y. 

[2220.] 1. SARAH E., b. Feb. 22, 1826 ; m. Alvin Rock- 
wood, and, in 1869, was living in Bethany, X. Y. 

[2221.] 2. PHEBE R., b. Sept. 18, 1827 ; m. Benjamin F. 
Peck (1337), and, in 1869, was living in Bethany, X. Y. 

[2222.] 3. LAURA, b. Jan. 23, 1829 ; m. Horace Ensign, 
and, in 1869, was living in Bethany, X"". Y. 

[2223.] 4. SETH M., b. April 14, 1831 ; ra. Lucy Jane Peck 
(1.338), aad, in 1869, was living in Bethanv, X\ Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 203 

[2224.J 5. ALMIEA, b. 3Iarcli 10, 1S33 ; m. Cliauiicey Rog- 
ers, and, iu 1869. v/as living in Bethany, X. Y. 

[2225.] 0. HENRY, b. Sept. 7, 1830, and, in 1869, %vas liv- 
ing unm. in Bethany, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN MOORE PECK (1032) AND LUCINDA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN BETHANY, N. Y. 

[2'22Q.] 1. DANIEL B., b. 3Iarch 18, 1827 ; m. Ruana Free- 
man, and, in 1869. was living in Jackson, Mich, 

[2227.] 2. WILLIAM O., b. June 15, 1828 ; m. Louisa Hal- 
lock, and, in 1869, was living in Bethany, N. Y. 

[2228. 1 3. RUSSELL S., b. July 29, 1830 : m. Betsey 
Down, and, in 1869, was living in Jackson, Mich. 

[2229.] 4. EMILY, b. Dec. 7, 1832, and, in 1869, was liv- 
ing unm. in Jackson, Mich. 

[2230.J 5. JOHN N., b. Dec. 27, 1834 ; m. Emma E. Peck 
(1053), April 22, 1852, and, in lti69, was living in Jackson, 
Michigan. 

[2231.] 6. G^EORGE W., b. Oct. 22, 1836, and, in 1869, was 
living unm, in Jackson, Mich. 

[2232.] 7. LUCINDA B., b. Jan. 4, 1839, and, in 1869, was 
living unm. in Jackson, Mich. 

[2233.] 8. CALISTA A., b. March 3, 1841, and, in 1868, was 
living unm. in Jackson, Mich. 

[2234.] 9. ELLEN A., b. Dec. 14, 1842 ; m. Alonzo Blossom, 
and, in 1869, was living in Jackson, 31ich. 

[2235,] 10, EDWARD M„ b. April 10, 1845, and d., in 
Bethany, N, Y., Oct. 12, 1846. 

[2236.] 11. JAMES M,, b. July 7, 1847, and, in 1868, was 
living unm. in Jackson, Mich. 

[2237.] 12. HARRISON D., b. Oct. 2, 1849, and, in 1868, 
was living unm. in Jackson, Mich. 

[2238.] 13. ALBERT A., b. June 6, L852, and, in 1868, was 
living in Jackson, Mich, 



204 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENEIIATION. 

CHILDllEX OF AVILLIAM PECK (1034) AND PAMELIA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN. MIDDLEBURY, N. Y. 

[2239.] 1. FANXY, b. July 16, 1828 ; m. Hiram Ewel], and, 
ill 1869, was living in Bethany, N. Y. 

[2240.] 2. JAXE, b. Oct. 11, 1830 ; m. William Bislion, an.l, 
iu 1869, was living in Bethany, N. Y. 

[2241.] 3. HELEX, b. April 24, 1832 ; m. Alonzo Pierce, 
and, in 1860, was living in Bethany, X. Y., 

[2242.] 4. WILLIA3I, b. 3Iay 29, 1833 ; m. Ardelia Miller, 
and, in 1869, was living in Bethany, N. Y''. 

[2243.] 5. PAMELIA, b. Dec. 19, 1834 ; m. xVlanson 3Iirier, 
and, in 1869, was living in Bethany, X. Y'. 

[2244.] 6. ])ELIA, b. Aug. 29, 1836 ; m. Jacob Smith, and, 
iu 1869, was living in Bethany, N. Y. 

[2245.] 7. WARIIEX, b. March 30, 1839, and, in 1868, was 
living unm. in Bethany, X. Y, 

[2246.J 8. ADELE, b. Aug. 16, 1848, and, in 1868, was liv- 
ing in Bethany, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL B. PECK, (1036). 

[2247.] 1. CLARISSA A., b. in Bethany, X. Y., Dec. o, 
.1830 ; m. David Soules, Dec. 26, 1855, and, in 1877, was living 
in Whitehall, 31ich. 

[2248.] 2. DAVID A., b in Bethany, X. Y., Dec. 27, 1832 ; 
m. Mary Chase, in 1856, and, in 1868, was living in Middle- 
bury, X. Y. 

[2249.] 3. CYRUS 0., b. in Bethany, X\ Y., July 8, 1836 : 
m. Wilmina Tranger, May 1, 1867, and, in 1877, was living in 
Clinton, Iowa. 

1 2250.] 4. ELISHA S., b. in Bethany, X. Y., May 29, 1839 ; 
m. Melvina Minard, Oct. 3, 1860, and d., near Richmond, Va.; 
June 4. 1864. 

[2251.] 5. LOIIETTA E., b. in Bethany, X. Y., May 26, 
1841 ; m. Francis W. Brown, Xov. 15, 1860, and, in 1877, was 
living in Rochester, X. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 205 

[2252.] C. ESTHER A., b. in Bethany, X. Y., Jan. 11, 1843; 
m. Algeroy Aikin, in Oct 1863, and, in 1877, was living in 
Warsaw, N. Y. 

[2253.] 7. DAXIEL W., L. in Bethany, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1845; 
m. Mary A. Goodrich, Xov. 24, 1868, and, in 1877, was living 
at Clam Lake, 3Iic]i. 

[2254.J 8. SARAH C, b. iu Middlebury, X. Y., June 16, 
1848, and, in 1877, was living unm. in Wyoming, X"". Y. 

[2255.] 9. CHARLES F., b. in Middlebury, X. Y.. Sept. 23, 
1851, and, in 1877, was living unm. in Warsaw, X. Y. 

[2256.] 10. JOHX F., b. in Middlebury, X. Y.. Jan. 28, 
1854, and, in 1877, was living in Rockford, 111. 

[2257.J 11. AXXA E., b. in Warsaw, X^. Y., Jan. 22, 1865, 
and, in 1877, was living in Warsaw, X, Y. 

CHILDREN OF JOSHUA PECK, (1035). 

[2258.] 1. HARRIET, b. in Bethany, X^ Y., Oct. 12, 1828 ; 
m. Alfred Harris, and, in 1869, was living in Rutland, 3Iich. 

[2259.] 2. JOHX M., b. in Dumfries, C. W., Jan. 30, 1832 ; 
m. Catharine Munger, in April 1854, and d. in 1863. 

[2260.] 3. ELIAS, b. in Dumfries, C. W., July 1, 1833 ; m. 

1. Frances FuUertou, in 1862 ; m. 2. , and, in 

1869, was living in Rochester, Ind. 

[2261.] 4. GEORGE, b. in Dumfries, C. W., April 30, 1836 ; 
m. Harriet Andrus, in 1865, and, in 1869, v/as living in Rut- 
land, Mich. 

[2262.] 5. LUCIXDA, b. in Dumfries, C. W., July 25, 1837 ; 
m. Garry Garrison, and, in 1869, was living in Rutland, Mich. 

[2263.] 6. EM3IA, b. in Dumfries, C. W., Sept. 15, 1846 ; 
m. Albert Bowen, in 1863, and, in 1869, was living in LaCrosse, 
Wisconsin. 

[2264.] 7. IDA, b. in Rutland, Mich., Sept. 13, 1863, and, in 
1869, was living in Rutland, Mich. 

[2265.] 8. WILLIAM, b. in Rutland, Mich., July 27, 1867, 
and, in 1869, was living in Rutland, Mich. 



20G PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[226G.] 9. BETSEY, b. iu Rutland, 3Iicli., Feb. 21, 1{<G9, 
.and, in 1SG9, was living in Rutland, Mich. 

CHILDKEX OF JOSEPH PECK (1039) AND JULIET, HIS WI^'E. 

[22G7.] 1. FRANCES, b. in LeRoy, X. Y., in 1841 ; m. Seth 
Howard, and, in 1869, was living in Wyoming, X. Y. 

[22GS.] 2. ADELAIDE, b. in LeRoy, N. Y., in 1843, and d. 
unm. iu Betiiany, N. Y'., in 1861. 

[2269.] 3. CAROLINE, b. in LeRoy, X. Y., in 1850, and, in 
1869, was living unm. in Lockport, N. Y"". 

[2270.] 4. SOPHIA, b. in Bethany, N. Y., and d. there in 
1860. 

CHILDPvEN OF BENJAMIN PECK (1040) AND EMILY, HIS WIFE. 

[2271.] 1. SEYMOUR W., b. in Bethany, N. Y., July 1, 
1842 ; m. Lizzie Kline, Oct. 12, 1864, and, in 1868, wa.-j living 
iu Dickey sville, Wis. 

[2272.] 2. CHAUXCEY J., b. in Jamestown, Wis., Sept. 
13, 1843, and d. unm. in the army, at Jefferson Barracks, St. 
Louis, Mo., Aug. 12, 1862. 

[2273.] 3. SA3IUEL E., b. in Jamestown, Wis., March 24, 
1846, and, in 1868, was living in Staceyville, Iowa. 

[2274.] 4. THEODORE, b. in Jamestown, Wis., March 3, 

1848, and, in 1868, was living in Staceyville, Iowa. 

[2275.] 5. FLORA EYA, b. in .Lamestown, Wis., Oct. 27, 

1849, and, in 1868, was living in Staceyville, Iowa. 

[2276.] 6. ELLEX E., b. in Jamestown, Wis., Sept. 24, 1852, 
and, in 1868, was living in Staceyville, Iowa. 

[2277.] 7. WALTER R., b. in Dickeysville, Wis., May 25, 
1855, and, in 1868, was living in Staceyville, Iowa. 

[2278.] 8. EMILY 0., b. in Staceyville, Iowa, Dec. 20, 1858, 
and, in 1868, was living in Staceyville, Iowa. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 207 

ONLY CHILD OF ELISUA S. PECK (1045) AND CAROLINE, HIS WIFE, 
BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[2279.J S31ITH ELY, b. June 14, 1857, and, in 1869, was 
living in Lyme, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF TIMOTHY HOLLIS PECK (1046) AND IRENE, HIS 
WIFE, BOTH BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

•[2280.] 1. ELIZABETH L., b. Dec. 21, 1846; m. Christo- 
pher C. Brockway, July 3, 1866, and, in 1869, was living in 
East Haddam, Conn. 

[2281.] 2. CHARLES L., b. Jan. 28, 1850, and, in 1869, 
was living in Lyme, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF ELISHA PECK, (1054) ALL BORN IN HARTFORD, CONN. 

[2282.] 1. MARY R., b. Nov. 29, 1826 ; m. Charles W. Al- 
len, July 14, 1846, and d., in New Haven, Conn., Feb. 5, 1856. 

[1283.] 2. JULIA W., b. June 10, 1829 ; m. Rev. Dwight 
W. Marsh, (missionary) Oct. 19, 1852, and d., in Mosul, Turkey, 
Aug. 12, 1859. 

[2284.] 3. CHARLES ^IcLEAN, b. in Aug. L841 ; m. Lucy 
Eaton, of Ogdensburgh, X. Y., and, in 1868, was living in 
New York city. 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL A. PECK (1058) AND JOANNA, HIS WIFE. 

[2286.] 1. ERASMUS D., b. in Stafford, Conn., May 21, 
1837 ; m. Harriet A. Whitney, Nov. 26, 1863, and, in 1868, 
was living in Toledo, 0. 

[2287.] 2. ALONZO H., b. in Stafford, Conn., Nov. 29, 1839 ; 
m. Martha Tiffany, June 24, 1860, and, in 1868, was living in 
Ellington, Conn. 

[2288.] 3. CAROLINE A., b. in Washington, Conn., Feb. 
24, 1842, and, in 1868, was living unm. in Ellington, Conn. 

[2289.] 4. EMMA ANN, b. in Ellington, Cone, July 28, 
1844, and. in 1868, was living unm. in Ellington, Conn. 



208 PECK GENEALOGY- -EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2290.] 5. RIAL S., b. in Ellington, Conn., Dec. 22, 18J.T, 
and, in ISuS, was living unm. in Troy, X. Y. 

ONLY CHILD OF ERASMUS D. PECK (1059) AND LUCY E., HIS WIFE. 

[2291.1 HEXHY E., b. May 1, 1838. and, in 1807, was liv- 
ing unm. in Perrysburgh, 0. 

CHILDREN OF ELEAZER A. PECK (1002) AND LUCY E., HIS WIFE. 

[2292.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. in Hartford, Conn., July 11, 
1840 ; m. Amasa .R. 3Ioore, Oct. IS, 1SG5, and, in 1875, was 
living in Troy, N. Y. 

[2293.] 2. WILLIAM A., b. in Hartford, Conn., Nov. 20, 
1844, and, in 1875, was living unm. in Troy, N. Y. 

[2294.] 3. ALFRED G-., b. in Troy, X. Y., Oct. 9, 1846 ; m. 
Charlotte E. Avery, Dec. 11, 1867, and, in 1877, was living in 
Troy, N. Y. He lias the following children, all b. and, in 1877, 
all living in Troy, N. Y., viz: Lottie A., b. Dec. 16, 1869; 
Frederick William, b. Oct. 5, 1871, and Eleazer Adorno, b. May 
14, 1874. 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL PECK (1064) AND MARIA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN EAST HADDAM, CONN. 

[2295.] 1. DANIEL A., b. Nov. 14, 1833, and, in 1868, was 
living in East Iladdam, Conn. 

[2296.] 2. 3IARY J., b. Nov. 7, 1835 ; ra. Edward G. 
Beinet, Nov. 20, 1866, and, in 1868, was living in Newark, N..T. 

[2297.] 3. HENRY, b. 3Iay 4, 1837, and d., in East Had- 
dam, Conn., July 19, 1838. 

[2298.] 4. HENRY, again, b. Oct. 4, 1838, and, in 1868, was 
living unm, in East Haddam, Conn. 

[2299.] 5. GEORGE, b. Dec. 25, 1843, and, in 1868, was 
living unm. in P^ast Haddam, Conn. 

[2300.] 6. THEODORE D., b. A[uil 13, 1846, and, in 1868, 
was living in East Haddam, Conn. 



PECK GEXE:lLOGY — EIGHTH GElsEIlATIOX. 200 

CHILDREN OF EZEKIEL Y. PECK (10G7) AND ESTHER J., HLS WIFE, 
ALL BORX IX AKROX, OHIO. 

[2301.] 1. XORA F., b. Oct. 2, 18-13, and d., in Akron, 0., 
June 30, 1852. 

[2302.] 2. CLAIiEXCE 31., b. Aug. 2, 1845 ; m. Avilda 
Ilaggerty, in 1806, and, in 1808, was living in Akron, 0. 

[2303.] 3. HERBERT C, b. Dec. 5, 1817 ; m. Lydia Clow- 
ner, in 1867, and, in 18GS, was living in Akron, 0. 

[2301.] 4. THEODORE H., b. Dec. 5, 1851, and. in 18G8, 
was living in Akron, 0. 

[2305.] 5. A SOX {not named) b. April 13, 1853, and d., in 
Akron, O., April 15, 1853. 

[230G.] G. HELEN F., b. June 5, 1854, and d., in Akron, 
O., July 27, 185G. 

CHILDREX OF ERASTUS F. PECK (lllGS) AXD SOPHIA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORX IX EAST HADDAM, COXX. 

[2307.] 1. CLARISSA M., b. Dec. 14, 1835 ; m. Edwin A. 
Emmons, Dec. 25, 185G, and, in 1SG8, was living in East Had- 
dam. Conn. 

[2308.] 2. ALBERT F., b. April 2G, 1839 ; m. 3Jargaret E. 
Day, and, in 1SG8, was living in East Haddam, Conn. 

[2309.] 3. CHARLES D., b. Jan. 4, 1842, and, in 18G8, was 
living num. in East Haddam, Conn. 

CHILDREX OF ROSWELL C. PECK (1070) AXD ELIZABETH S., 
HIS WIFE. 

[2310.] 1. WASHIXGTOX C, b. in X^ew London, Conn., 
June 21, 1852, and d., in infancy, in Xew London, Conn. 

[2311.] 2. WILLIE C, b. in Willington, Conn., Jan. 11, 
1854, and d., in Willington, Conn., Aug. 24, 1855. 

(2312.] 3. FREDERICK H., b. in Hartford, Conn., Dec. 
25, 1855, and d., in Hartford, Conn., Jan. 2G, 1858. 

[2313.] 4. EDWARD P., b. in Hartford, Conn., April 1, 
1857, and, in 18G8, was living in East Haddam, Conn. 



210 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2311.] 5. WILLIE E., b. in SpringnelJ, Mays., Jau. 22, 
18C0, and, in ISCS, was living ,in East Haddam, Conn. 

[2315.] G. 3IAIIY E., b. in Long Meadow, Mass., Oct. 21, 
1864, and d., in East Iladdam, Conn., Feb. IG, 1865. 

[2316.] 7. LIZZIE, b. in East Haddam, Conn., July 16, 1667, 
and, in 1868, was living in East Haddam, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH V. PECK (1074) AND ABECCA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN PENN'S MANOR, lOVv^A. 

[2317.] 1. LUCINA, b. April 5, 1856, and, in 1868, was 
living in Penn's Manor, Iowa. 

[2318.] 2. WALLACE R., b. June 7, 1857, and d., in Penn's 
Manor, Iowa, July 26, 1858. 

[2319.] 3. EDITH, b. Dec. 6, 1858, and d., in Penn's Manor, 
Iowa, July 29, 1859. 

[2320.] 4. E3I3IA V., b. Oct. 1, 1859, and d., in Penn's 
Manor, Iowa, Oct. 1, 1859. 

[2321.] 5. EMMA J., b. Sept. 29, 1861, and d., in Penn's 
Manor, Iowa, 3Iarcli 26, 1863. 

[2322.] 6. CLAEA M., b. April 26, 1863, and, in 1868, w as 
living in Penn's ]\[anor, Iowa. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD E. PECK (1075) ALL BORN IN MONROE, 0. 

[2323.] 1. AMELIA M., b. June 19, 1835, and d., in Mon- 
roe, 0., June 18, 1851. 

[2324.] 2. JEDEDIAH, b. Oct. 19, 1836, and, in 1867, was 
living in the State of Indiana. 

[2325.J 3. CLARISSA F., b. Sept. 8, 1841, and, In 1867, 
was living in Sheffield, 0. 

[2326.] 4. FRANK E., b. 3Iarcli 11, 1853, and, in 1867. 
was living in Monroe, O. 

[2327.] 5. WILBER E., b. Sept. 14, 1858, and, in 1867, was 
living in Monroe, O. 

[2328.] 6. DENNIS E., b. Jnne 3, 1861, and, in 1867, was 
living in 3Ionrop, 0. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 211 

[2329.] 7. MERTOX, b. June 27, 18G4, aud, iu 18G7, \va=, 
living in Monroe, 0. 

CHILDREN OF EUASTUS PECK (1076) AND GANDACE, HIS WIFE. 

j 2330.] 1. ESTHER A., b. in Kingsville, 0., June 23, 1833 ; 
m. Bryan C. Smith, Feb. 29, 1860, and, in 1867, was living in 
Sheffield, 0. 

[2331.J 2. URSULA S., b. in Monroe, 0., Xov. 4, 1835 ; m. 
Augustus B. Maltby, Oct. 2, 1853, and, in 1867, was living in 
Denmark, 0. 

[2332.] 3. SARAH A., b. in Kingsville, 0., March 23, 1838, 
and d., in Kingsville, 0., April 4, 1841. 

[2333.] 4. MALYINA A., b. in Kingsville, 0., June 12, 
1842, and, in 1867, was living unm. in Kingsville, 0. 

CHILDREN OF ELLSHA PECK (L078) AND AXANDA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN SHEFFIELD, 0. 

[2334.] 1. HARRIET E., b. Xov. 8, 1844 ; m. Reason A. J. 
Debolt, Oct. 18, 1866, and, in 1867, was living in Elkhart, Ind. 

[2335.] 2. CAROLINE A., b. Oct. 17, 1846 ; m. Henry D. 
Cleveland, Jan. 15, 1867, and, in 1867, was living in Denmark, 
Ohio. 

[2336.] 3. MYROX W., b. Sept. 16, 1848, and, in 1867, was 
living in Elkhart, Ind. 

[2337.] 4. THEODORE E., b. Oct. 19, 1850, and, in 1867, 
was living in Elkhart, Ind. 

[2338.] 5. ELLEX A., b. July 14, 1855, and. in 1867, was 
living in Elkhart, Ind. 

CHILDREN OF ELIJAH PECK (1079) AND ADALINE, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN SHEFFIELD, 0. 

[2339.] 1. SIDXEY S., b. Sept. 4, 1844, and, d., in Sheffield, 
0., May 23, 1852. 

[2340.J 2. SARAH A., b. Oct. 18, 1853, and, in 1867, was 
living in Sheffield, 0. 



212 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2341.] 3. CLAraSSA L., b. Oct. 23, 1855, and, m 1807. 
was living in Sheffield, 0. 

CHILDREN OF DATID W. PECK (1081) AND JULIA A., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN SHEFFIELD, 0. 

[2342.] 1. MARY A., b. Feb. 1, 1857, and d., in Sheffiold. 
0., Jan. 23, 1SG4. 

[2343.] 2. LAURA A., b. Nov. 9, 1858, and d., in Sheffield, 
0., Jan. 27, 18G4. 

[2344.J 3. TERXIA J., b. Jnne 23, 18G1, and, in 1867, ^vas 
living in Denmark, 0. 

CHILDREN OF PETER PECK, (1086). 

[2345.] 1. PAULIXA J., b. in Fredericktown, 0., Sept. 30, 
1838 ; m. Benjamin F. Johnson, Dec. 25, 1855, and, in 18C7, 
was living in Edgewood, 111. 

[2346.] 2. SARAH S., b. in Fredericktown, 0., March 14, 
1841; m. James Pugh, June 15, 1855, and d., in Hnnters\iHe, 
0., Aug. 9, 1856. 

[2347.] 3. WILLARD S., b. in Fredericktown, 0., Jan. 15, 
1844 ; m. Ellen Buchanan, Feb. 8, 1866, and, in 1868, was liv- 
ing in Huntersville, 0. 

[2348.] 4. ESTHER 31., b. in Amity, 0., June 3, 1849 ; m. 
Joseph Burdick, March 2(j, 1866, and, in 1868, was living in 
Niles, Mich. 

[2349.] 5. 3IARY E., b. in Liverpool, 0., Sept. 13, 1853, 
and, in 1868, was living in Millburgh, Mich. 

[2350.] 6. JOHX T., b. in Huntersville, 0., April 24, 1S5S, 
and d., in Huntersville, 0., June 8, 1858. 

[2351.] 7. PETER J., b. in Huntersville, 0., Jan. 27, 1802. 
and, in 1868, was living in 3IiHburgh, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF MYRON H. PECK (1101) AND DELIA M., HIS WIFE. 

[2352.] 1. MYROX H., b. in Victor, X. Y., June G, 1850, 
and, in 18C9, was living in Batavia, X"". Y. 



PECK QENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATIOX. 213 

[23r)3.; 2. ^YILLARD P., b. in Canandaigua, N. Y., Jan. 
3, 1852, and d., in Batavia, N. Y., Jan. 4, 18(30. 

[2351.] 3. CHARLES B., b. in Canandaigua, X. Y., Xov. 
8, 1856, and, in 1809, was living in Batavia, X. Y. 

[2355.] 4. JULIA M., b. in Batavia, X. Y., June 1, 1858, 
and, in 1^G9, was living in Batavia, X". Y. 

[235G.] 5. WILLIAM 0., b. in Batavia, X. Y., X"ov. 18. 
1859, and, in 18G9, was living in Batavia, X. Y. 

[2357.] G. ELLA D., b. in LeRoy, X. Y., May G, 18G2, and, 
in 18G9, was living in Batavia, X. Y''. 

CHILDREX OF NELSON C. PECK, (1117). 

[2358.] 1. 3IARY JAXE, b. in Pittsfield, X. Y., Oct. 8, 
1839, and, in 1870, was living unm. in Schenectady, X. Y. 

[2359.] 2. CHARLES A., b. in Bern, X". Y., April 11, 1845 ; 
m. xAbbie Lappons, July 8, 1865, and, in 1870, was living in 
Clifton Park, X^ Y. 

[23G0.] 3. ALBIXA, b. in Clifton Park, X. Y., Aug. 12, 
1848 ; m. Henry Watson, X"ov. 10, 1S6G, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing in Albany, X. Y. 

[2361.] 4. AXXA 3L, b. in Clifton Park, X". Y., Aug. 23, 
1850, and, in 1870, was living unm. at Tribe's Hill, X. Y. 

[23G2.] 5. LYMAX Z., b. in Clifton Park, X^ Y., June 13, 
1853, and, in 1870, w^as living unm. in Clifron Park, X. Y, 

[2363.] 6. ELLA, b. in Clifton Park, X. Y., Aug. 17, 1854, 
and, in 1870, was living at Tribe's Hill, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF LYMAN Z. PECK (1119) AND MARIA A., HIS WIFE. 

[2364.] 1. DAVID D., b. in Glen, X\ Y., Dec. 28, 1840, and 
d. there March 7, 1842. • 

[2365.] 2. AMBROSIA J., b. in Glen, X. Y., June 9, 1843 ; 
m. Albert H. Sarle, July 14, 1867, and, in 1870, was living in 
Pittsfield, X". Y. 

[2.3G6.] 3. AXXIE E., b. in Clifton Park, X. Y., June 18, 
1846, and, in 1870, was living unm. in Pitt.sfield, X. Y. 



214 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[23G7.] 4. LYMAX Z., b. iu Clifton Park, N. Y., Jan. 13, 
1849, and, d. there Sept. 18, 1852. 

[2368.] 5. CALISTA, b. in Clifton Park, X. Y^, Sept. 10, 
1856, and d. there Aug. 17, 1857. 

[2369.] 6. GEORGE H. C, b. in Clifton Park, N. Y., Oct. 
1, 1859, and, in 1870, was living nnm. in Pittsfield, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF HIRAM PECK (1127) AND HARRIET, HIS WIFE. 

[2370.] 1. ^YILSON, b. in Xew Lyme, 0., March 10, 1852, 
and. in 1870, was living in Rome, 0. 

[2371.] 2. FLORENCE, b. in New Lyme, 0., Nov. 7, 1853, 
and,' in 1870, was living in Rome, 0. 

[2372.] 3. LOIS, b. in Rome, 0., Oct. 14, 1864, and, in 1870, 
was living iu Rome, 0. 

[2373.] 4. HIRAM L., b. in Rome, 0., March 14, 1859, and, 
in 1870, was living in Rome, 0. 

ONLY CHILD OF EDW\\RD C. PECK, JR., (1128). 

- [2374.] WESLEY, b. in New Lyme, 0., Dec. 22, 185 L, and, 
in 1870, was living in Colebrook, 0. 

CHILDREN OF MATTHEW G. PECK (1129) AND WEALTHY, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN NEW LYME, 0. 

[2.375.] 1. EUGENE, b. Sept. 25, 1855, and, in 1870, was 
living in New Lyme, 0. 

[2376.] 2. IDA, b. Sept. 25, 1858, and, in 1870, was living 
in New Lyme, 0. 

[2377.] 3. OTIS, b. Jan. 29, 1860, and, in 1870, was living 
in New Lyme, 0. 

[2.378.] 4. ANNA, b. May 23, 1862, and, in 1870, was living 
in New Lyme, 0. 

[2379.] 5. URINA A., b. March 18, 1864, and, in 1870, was 
living in New Lyme, O. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 215 

ONLY CHILD OF FENNIMORE E. PECK (1133) AND MARION, HIS WIFE. 

[2380.] STKOXG L., b. in New Lyme, 0., Aug. 6, 1869, 
and was living there in 1870. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM S. PECK (1135) AND ELIZABETH, HIS 

WIFE, ALL BORN IN KANE CO., ILL., EXCEPT CHARLES 

D., WHO W\\S BORN IN GRUNDY CO., IOWA. 

[2381.] 1. WILLIAM HEXEY, b. Xov. 20, 1839; m. Es- 
ther L. , and, in 1872, was living in Fairfield, Gnindy 

Co., Iowa. 

[2382.] 2. RACHEL A., b. June 5, 1844; m. Pravella A. 
Bronson, Jan. 19, 1864, and, in 1870, was living in Plymouth 
Co., Iowa. 

[2383.] 3. GEORGE G., b. Jan. 19. 1847 ; m. Myra Prich- 
ard, Xov. 18, 1868, and, in 1870, was living in Beaver, Grundy 
Co., Iowa. 

[2384.] 4. M.IRY E., b. Oct. 16, 1849 ; ra. Charles Collins, 
Sept. 13, 1866, and, in 1870, was living in Plymouth Co., Iowa. 

[2385.] 5. ALYIRA E., b. Feb. 9, 1852; m. Charles Waite, 
.July 17, 1870, and was then living in Spencer, Iowa. 

[2386.] 6. CHARLES D., b. in Grundy County, Iowa, July 
27, 1857, and was living there in 1870. 

CHILDREN OF JOSIAH J. PECK (1130) AND CATHARINE, HIS WIFE. 

[2387.] 1. MARY E., b. in Kane Co., 111., July 13, 1851, 
and m. Luchar Walker. 

[2388.] 2. ELLA R., b. in Kane Co., 111., March 24, 1853, 
and m. Robert Post. 

[2389.] 3. WALLIS U., b. in Kane Co., 111., April 29, 1855. 

[2890.] 4. RACHEL 0., b. in Grundy Co., Iowa, April 25, 
1857. 

[2391.] 5. WILLIAM B., b. in Grundy Co., Iowa, Feb. 24, 
1860. 



216 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GEXEKATIUX. 

CHILDREN OF eiLAS PECK (1140) AND MARIA, -UIS WIFE, BOTH 
BOKX IN GR,UXDY CO., IOWA. 

[2392.] 1. EYART, b. April 3, 1881, and was living in Bea- 
ver, Iowa, in 1870. 

[2393.] 2. G. WILBUE, b. April IS, 1867, and d., in Fiiir- 
field, Iowa, April 3, 1868. 

ONLY CHILD OF NELSON H. PECK (1141) AND .TANE, HIS WIFE, 
BORN IN GRUNDY CO., IOWA. 

[2394.] FREDERICK A., b. July 27, 1SG5, and d., in Bea- 
ver, Iowa, in Feb. 1870. 

CHILDREN OF LESTER S. PECK (1142) AND CLARA, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN GRUNDY CO., IOWA. 

[2395.] 1. FLOREXCE, b. Jan. 14, 1860, and, in 1870, was 
living in Beaver, Iowa. 

[2396.] 2. CORA F., b. Sept. 7, 1864, and d., in Fairfield, 
Grundy Co., Iowa, in Xov. 1870. 

[2397.] 3. HATTY A., b. May 2, 1868, and d., in FairfielJ, 
Grundy Co., Iowa, in Feb. 1870. 

CHILDREN OF JOSIAH PECK (1145) AND MINERVA, HIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN COLEBROOK, OHIO. 

[2398.] 1. CLAYTON L., b. June 19, 1860, and, in 1870, 
was living in Colebrook, 0. 

[2399] 2. LOYAXDO B., b. Sept. 30, 1862, and, in 1870, 
was living in Colebrook, 0. 

[2400.] 3. URBINE, b. June 16, 1865, and, in lb70, was 
living in Colebrook, 0. 

[2401.] 4. BETSEY D., b. Nov. 9, 1867. and, in 1870, was 
living in Colebrook, 0. 

[2402.] 5. MYRON C, b. Nov. 6, 1869, and, in 1870, was 
living in Colebrook, 0. 



PECK OENEALOOY — EIOIITH GENERATION. 217 

CHILDREN i»F .K)IIN B. PECK (lUG) AND BETSEY, HIS WIFE. 

[240.3.] 1. LEOXA, b. in Colebrook, 0., July 24, 1857, nu.l 
d. there in Feb. 1867. 

[2104.J 2. CORXELIA, b. in Colebrook, 0., in Jan. 1801, 
and, in 1870, was living- at Grand Rapids, Mich. 

[2405.] 3. CIIAELES, b. in Venango, Penu., in Jan. 1800, 
and, in 1870, was living in Ashtabula, O. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL PECK (1147) AND JANE, HIS WIFE, BOTH 
BORN IN COLEBROOK, OHIO. 

[2406.] 1. ELOX, b. Aug. 31, 1802, and d., in Colebrook, 0., 
in Aug-. 1863. 

[2407.] 2. CLAREXTE, b. Aug. 14, 1868, and, in lS7n, was 
living in Colebrook, 0. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN S. PECK (1150) AND ANTOINETTE, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN NEW LYME, OHIO. 

[2408.] 1. ELLEX Y., b. Oct. 30, 1853, and, in 1870, was 
living in Xew Lyme, 0., 

[2409.] 2. ASHLEY S., b. March 27, 1855, and d., in Xew 
Lyme, 0., March 10, 1806. 

[2410.] 3. MARY D. E., b. Feb. 9, 1857, and, in 1870, was 
living in Xew Lyme, 0. 

[2411.] 4. IX^P:Z a., b. Feb. 21, 1867, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing in Xew Lyme, 0. 

CHILDREN OF EDWIN A. PECK (1160) AND URANA, HIS WIFE. 

[2412.] 1. EL3IER A., b. in Orwell, O., April 1, 1858, and 
was living there in 1870. 

[2413.] 2. EDXA A., b. in Orwell, 0., Jan. 24, 1800, and 
was living there in 1870. 

[2414.] 3. MELVILLE, b. in Union, Iowa, March 18, 1803, 
and, in 1870, was living in Orwell, 0. 

[2415.] 4. LEAXDER R., b. in Orwell, 0., Feb. 17, 1868, 
and, in 1870, was living in Orwell, Vt. 



218 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF AMOS A. PECK (1101) AND ELIZABETH, HIS WiFE. 

[2416.] 1. WILLAllD S., b. in Wan-en, Penn., Aug. 5, 1858, 
and, in 1870, was living in Rome, 0. 

[2417.] 2. ALMIRA S., b. in Orwell, 0., March 21. 1800, 
and, in 1870, was living in Rome, 0. 

[2418.] 3. CHARLES G., b. at Cedar Falls, Iowa, April 12, 
1863, and, in 1870, was living in Rome, 0. 

[2419.] 4. LEWIS A. L., b. in Rome, 0., June 29, 1805, and 
was living there in 1870. 

[2420.] 5. ALLEN J., b. in Rome, 0., 3Iarch 1, 1868, and 
was living there in 1870. 

CHILDREN OF STEPHEN L. PECK (1100) AND PRUDENCE, HIS WIFE. 

[2421.] 1. 3IALISSA P., b. in Clarence, N. Y., Jan. 31, 
1820 ; m. 1. John W. Bodge, Oct. 14, 1839, who d. in Feb. 
1862, and m. 2. Rev. George Reid, May 17, 1864, and, in 1871, 
was living in Nevada, 0. 

[2422.] 2. PRUDENCE, b. in Clarence, N. Y., March 19, 
1822 ; m. Rev. J. C. Kingsley, Aug. 14, 1844, and, in 1871, was 
living in Urbana, 0. 

[2423.] 3. ELIAS, b. in Clarence, N. Y., 3Iay 5, 1823, aud 
d., in Clinton, 0., in the Fall of 1828. 

[2424.] 4. STEPHEN L., b. in Clinton, 0., Sept. 18, 1828 ; 
m. Mary Morse, and d., in Worthington, 0., Oct. 19, 1858. 

[2425.] 5. WILLIA31 CHARLES, b. in Clinton, 0., Dec. 9, 
1833 ; m. Rosa B. Foss, March 9, 1857, and, in 1876, was liv- 
ing in Springfield, Mo. 

[2426.1 6. HENRY, b. in Clinton, 0., Sept. 8, 1838, and d. 
unm., in Worthington, 0., Dec. 22, 1858. 

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL PECK (1169) AND LYDIA, HIS WIFE. 

[2427.] 1. ELVIRA, b. in Clarence, N. Y., in 1822; m. 1. 
Alfred Fox, who d. in 1852 ; m. 2. George Turner, and, in 
1872, was living in Millington, Mich. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 210 

[2^28.] 2. 31AliY A., b. in Clarence, X. Y., Oct. IS, 1S25 ; 
m. L. II. Ilnsted, July 4, 1847, and, in 1872, was living- in 
Grovelantl, 3Iicli. 

[2429.] 3. LYDIA- A., b. in Clrrence, N. Y'., Feb. 4, 1827 ; 
ni. H. X. Jennings, Feb. 24, 1853, and, in LS72, was living in 
Fenton, Midi. 

[2430.] 4. CHAllLES AV., b. in Clarence, X. Y., Aug. 15, 
1820 ; m. Sophia Francis, Oct. IG, 1850, and, in 1872, was liv- 
ing in Holly, Mich. 

[2431.] 5. JOHX T., b. in Clarence, X. Y., Jan. 8, 1831; 
m. Julia Johnson, July 13, 1858, and d., in Grov eland, Mich., 
May 11, 1872. 

[2432.] 6. MELISSA 31., b. in Clarence, X. Y., April 4, 
1833 ; m. Joseph rhip[)S, in Oct. 1848, and, in 1872, was living 
in Groveland, Mich. 

[2433.] 7. CAROLIXE C, b. in Clarence, X\ Y., Xov. 4, 
1835 ; m. Eber P. Taylor, Aug. IG, 185G. and, in 1872, was 
living in Groveland, Mich. 

[2434.] 8. LOUISA IL, b. in Groveland, 3Iich., X^ov. 3, 1840, 
and, in 1872, was living unm. in Groveland, 3Iich. 

[2435.1 9. ABXER A., b. in Groveland, 3Iich., Dec. 21, 
1844 ; m. Augusta Valette, July 3, 18GG, and, in 1872, was liv- 
ing in Groveland, 3Iich, 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES L. PECK, (1170). 

[2436.] 1. HARRIET, b. at .Mulberry Gap, Tenn., Aug. 2, 
1827 ; m. John W. Lowery, 3Iay 31, 1843, and, in 1871, was 
living in Green Co., 3Io. 

[243/.] 2. STEPHEX L., b. at 3Iulberry Gap, Tenn., Feb. 
1830 ; ra. 3rary Killingworth, June 4, 1851, and, in 1871, was 
living in Green Co., 3Io, 

[2438.] 3. JA3IES L., b. in Lee Co., Va., June 15, 1832 ; 
ni. 3Iary C. Bingharn, in Dec. 1855, and d., in CalifovuiR, Oct. 
18, 18G4. 



220 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGKTIT GENERATION. 

[2439.] 4. WILLIA3i L., b. in Lee Co., Va., June 30, 1834; 
m. Nancy 3IcClure, Xov. 16, 1805, and, in 1871, was living in 
Forsyth, 3Io. 

[2440.J 5. MARTHA, b. in Greene Co., Mo., Sept. 19, 1837 ; 
m. Webb B. Grant, Feb. 23, 1858, and, in 1871, was living in 
Greene Co., 31o. 

[2441.J 6. HAXXIBAL, b. in Greene Co., Mo., 3Iay 10, 1840 : 
m. Elizabeth Clark, Xov. 25, 18(33, and, in 1871, was living iu 
Granby, Mo. 

[2442.] 7. MAIIY AXX, b. in Greene Co., Mo., March 13, 
1842 ; m. Hugh L. Hale, Jan. 17, 18G1, and d., in Sideriy, 3Io., 
Nov. 5, 1864. 

[2443.] 8. ELIZABETH, b. in Greene Co., Mo., Marcli 13, 
1842 ; m. John W. Hale, Sept. 4, 1862, and, iu 1871, was living 
in Arkansas. 

[2444.] 9. ELVIRA, b. in Greene Co., 31o., June 12, 1844 : 
m. John W. Hudgeon, Dec. 30, 1866, and, in 1871, was li\ ing 
in Greene Co., Mo. 

[2445.] 10. JOHX, b. in Greene Co., Mo., Aug. 22, 1S49 : m. 
Nancy Jane Rooks, Feb. 11, 1869, and, in 1871, was livhig in 
Greene Co., 3Io. 

[2446.] 11. LOUISA, b. in Greene Co., 3Io., Jan. 25, 1833, 
and was living there in 1871. 

[2447.] 12. ORLIXA, b. in Greene Co., Mo., Jan. 3, 18C0, 
and was living there in 1871. 

CHILDREN OF HARRIS PECK, .JR., (1173) AND MARTHA, HI."^ WIFE. 

[2448.] 1. ELIZA JAXE, b. in 3Iendow, X. Y., Dec. 26, 
1828 ; m. Chauncey Cooley, Feb. 5, 1848, and, in 1872, was 
living in St. Dervin, Xcniaha Co., Xeb, 

[2449.] 2. WILLIA3I C, b. in Xew London, 0., April 6, 
1832; m. Sarah A.Green, Feb. 28, 1854, and, in 1872, was 
living in Chicago, 111. 

[2450.] 3. MxVRTHA A., b. in Cleveland, 0., Xov. 6, 1836 ; 
m. Irvin Barnard, in Sept. 1856, and, in 1872. was living iu 
San Buenaventura, Cal. 



■ PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 221 

[2451.] 4. 3rAUY L., b. iu Xew London, O., April 2, 1841 ; 
m. Horatio D. Brown, Dec. 10, ISGl, and, in 1872, was living 
in Albert Lea, Minn. 

CHILDREN OF COLEMAN C. PECK (llYS) AND BETSEY, HTS WIFE. 

f He ia said to have three daughters, whose 
[24ow.J ^ . j j^^^j^^.g,^ dates of birth, and present residence 
S 1' I are unknown. They are supposed to ha^e 
[2454.] 3. i ^^^^^^^ resided in Marcellus, Cass Co.. Mich. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD L. PECK (1180) AND ROXANA, HIS W^IFE. 

[2455.] 1. HORACE L., b. in LaGrange, 0., May 18, 1841, 
and, in 1872, was living in Wellington. 0. 

[2456.] 2. MARION, b. in Wellington, 0., Feb. 12, 1843, 
and was living there in 1872. 

[2457.] 3. i There are said to be three other childrc;n, 

roi-n 1 -' / whose names, &c., are unknown. 
[24o9.] o. ( 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL I. PECK (1181) AND CAROLINE, HIS V/IFE. 

[2460.] 1. CHARLES M., b. in Wellington, 0., Jan. 1, 1850, 
and, in 1872, was living unm. in Pittstield. 0. 

[2461.] 2. TRACY L., b. in Wellington, 0., Nov. 27, 1853, 
and was living num., in Pittstield, 0., in 1872. 

[2462.] 3. ELLEN IDA, b. in Pittsfield, 0., May 12, 1854, 
and was living there in 1872. 

. [2463.] 4. ADA A., b. in Pittsfield, 0., May 20, 1860, and 
was living there in 1872. 

CHILDREN OF OSCAR J. PECK (1182) AND CHARLOTTE, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BOiiN IN WELLINGTON, OHIO. 

[2464.] 1. HARRIS W., b. Sept. 22, 1856, and, in 1872, was 
living in Wellington, 0. 

[2465.] 2. HENRY JAY, b. March 11, 1858, and, in 1872, 
was livinj? in Wellington, 0. 



222 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGRTII GENERATION. 

[24.G0.] 3. GEORGIA, b. Fob. 29, ISGO, aud, in 1.^72, vv a.s 
living in Wellington, 0. 

[24G7.] 4. ( It is said there are two additional cliildren, 
[2468,] 5. / whoso names, &c., have not been ascertained. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN CLARK PECK (1183) AND HULDAH, HI^ WIFE. 

[24G9.J 1. LEOX GIBBS, b. in Wellington, 0., Oct. IG, 
1866, and, in 1872, was living in Pittsfield, 0. 

[2470.] 2. There is said to be another child, whose name, 
&c., has not been ascertained. 

children of jasper C. peck (1188) AND MARY C, HIS \VIFE, ALL 
BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[2471.] 1. CASSIUS C, b. Dec. 10, 1844 ; m. Mary 1). Kelly, 
Oct. 1, 1867, and, in 1874, was living in West Bloom field, N. Y. 
His wife d., in Chicago, 111., Feb. 15, 1871, where he then 
resided. 

[2472.] 2. MARY E., b. April 17, 1846, and, in 1871, was 
living unm. in West Bloomfield, X. Y. 

[2473.] 3. LYRA R., b. IS'ov. 1, 1854, and, in 1871, was 
living in West Bloomfield, X. Y. 

[2474.] 4. FLORENCE H., b. Feb. 3, 1862, and d.. May 25, 
1874, in West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ABEL H. PECK (1189) AND SARAH, HIS WIFE. 

[2475.] 1. CAROLINE A., b. in West Bloomfield, N. Y., 
Dec. 20, 1833 ; m. William Satterlee, in 1855, and, in 18G9, was 
living in Bloomfield, Mich. 

[2476.] 2. FRANK C, b. in Pontiac, Mich., Aug. 16, 1838 : 
m. Lizzie Valandingham, Nov. 30, 1861, and, in 18G9, was living 
at Fort Ilarker, Kan. 

[2477.] 3. MARCUS IL, b. in Pontiac, Mich., Nov. 17, 1842, 
and, in 1869, was living in L(>avenworth, Kan. 



PECK GEXEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 223 

CniLDKEN OF JOtlEl'H A. I'ECK (IIUO) AND SUSAN, IIIS WIFE, ALL 
BORN IN PONTIAC, :MICH. 

[2478.] 1. AXXIXCr R., b. J:iu. 31, 184G, and, iu 1869, was 
living iinm in Adrian, Mich. 

[2479.] 2. HELEX 31., b. Feb. 2S, 1850, and, iu 1SG9, was 
living unm. in Kalamazoo, 3Iicli. 

[2480.] 3. ISRAEL P., b. May 10, 1854, and, in 1SG9, was; 
living in Kalamazoo, Micli. 

[2481.] 4. CLARA M., b. Oct. 8, 1857, and, in 18C9, was 
living in Kalamazoo, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL D. PECK (1197) AND NANCY \\., HIS WIFE. 

[2482.] 1. AXX E., b. in West Bloomfield, X. Y., Feb. 13, 
1845, and, in 18G7, was living unm. in Colony, Iowa. 

[2483.] 2. RUTH E., b. at Turkey River, Iowa, Sept. 23, 
1847, and, in 18G7, was living unm. in Colony, Iowa. 

[2484.] 3. MARTHA C, b. at Turkey River, Iowa, March 
IG, 1850, and, in 18G7, was living unm. in Colony, low^a. 

[2485.] 4. SARAH F., b. at Peck's Ferry, Iowa, Aug. 14, 
1852, and, in 18G7, was living in Colony, Iowa. 

[2486.] 5. FLOREXCE, b. iu Colony, Iowa, May 25, 1857, 
and was living there in 1867. 

[2487.] 6. PAL31ER D., b. in Colony, Iowa, Dec, 18, 18G0, 
and was living there in 1867. 

[2488.] 7. ELMER E., b. in Colony, Iowa, Dec. 11, 1862, 
and was living there in 1867- 

[2489 ] 8. MARCUS S., b. in Colony, Iowa, Feb. 24, 18G4, 
and was living there in 1867- 

CHILDREN OF DOUGLASS PECK, (1198). 

[2490.] 1. ELLEX M., b. in East Mendon, X^. Y., March 
15, 1851, and d. there Oct. 5, 1851. 

[2491.] 2. RICHARD W., b. in Coleaburgh, Iowa, Aug. 11, 
1859, and was living there in 18G7. 



224 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2-192.] 3. ALBEKT i)., b. in Colesburo-h, Iowa, Oc-t. 22, 
1861, and was living there in 1867- 

[2493.] 4. MARY C, b. in Colosburgh, Iowa, July 25, 18G4, 
and was living there in 1867. 

[2404.] 5. not named, b. in Colesburgh, Iowa, Jan. 25,1867, 
and was living there in 1867- 

ONLY CHILD OF OLIVER PECK (1199) AND HULDAH MARIA, Tll< 
WIFE, BORN IN SHEFFIELD, MASS. 

[2495.] CATHARINE E., b. Nov. 20, 1826, and, in 1875, 
was living in Sheffield, Mass. 

CHILDREN OF MATTHEW J, PECK (1205) AND MARIANNA, HIS 
W'IFE, BOTH BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[2496.] 1. HOWARD H., b. Dec. 6, 1858, and, in 1869, was 
living in West Bloomfield, X. Y. 

[2497.] 2. MARY A., b. March 9, 1864, and, in 1869, was 
living in West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD H. PECK (1206) AND MARY, HIS WIFE. 

[2498.] 1. FANNY H., b. in Chatham, N. Y., April 26, 
1843, and, in 1869, was living unm. in Austin, Texas. 

[2499.] 2. FREDERICK T. E., b. in Chatham, N. Y., Oct. 
27, 1844, and, in 1869, was living unm. in Austin, Texas. 

[2500.] 3. 3IARY E., b. in Chatham, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1846, 
and, in 1869, was living unm. in Austin, Texas. 

[2501.] 4. SARAH T. E., b. in Austin, Texas, Jan. 29, 1853, 
and was living there in 1869. 

[2502.] 5. PHEBE C, b. in Austin, Texas, Oct. 17, 1854, 
and, was living there in 1869. 

CHILDREN OF OLIVER .1. PECK (1207) A^^D ANGELINK R.. HIS WIFE, 
BOTH BORN IN CHATHAM, N. Y. 

[2503.] 1. ROBERT H., b. Aug. 13, 1850, and d., in Chat- 
ham, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1862. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 225 

[2504.] 2. BESSIE, h. Feb. 2S, 1SG3, and, iu 1809, was liv- 
ing in Chatliam, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF ED^,VARD R. PECK (1208) AND MARY, HIS WIFE, 
BOTH BORN IN KINDERHOOK, N. Y. 

[2506.] 1. CHARLES J., b. July 29, 1859, and, in 18C9, ^Yas 
living in Kinderhook, X. Y. 

[2507.] 2. HERBEllT E., h. Feb. 28, 1863, and, in 1869, 
was li\-ing in Kinderhook, N. Y. 

ONLY CHILD OF PALMER PECK (1210) AND SELA, HIS WIFE, BORN 
IN WE>T BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[2508.] ELISHA T., b. 3Iarcli 2, 1827 ; m. Marion Rowley, 
and, in 1869, was living in San Francisco, Cal. 

CHILDREN OF .JEREMIAH PECK (1212) AND JULIA A., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[2509.] 1. JOHX S., b. Dec. 17, 1833 ; m. 3Iary Hines, and, in 
1869, was living in x\drian, 3Iicli. 

[2510.] 2. HILAND A., b. Dec. 3, 1834 ; m. Myra Wood- 
ruff, Aug. 10, 1833, who d. May 9, 1804, and, in 1809, was 
living in Rochester, N. Y. 

[2511.] 3. FRAXKLIX ^Y., b. 3Iay 1, 1836 ; m. Mary Sul- 
livan, and, in 1869, was living in Brockport, X. Y. 

[2512.] 4. SARAH A., b. Feb. 7, 1838 ; m. John Y. Raines, 
Aug. 13, 1859, who d., Dec. 18, 1864, and, in 1869, was living 
in West Bloomfield, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN PECK (1213) AND MARY, HIS W^IFE, ALL 
BORN IN LIMA, N. Y. 

■ [2513.] 1. ELIZABETH, b. Xov. 19, 1837, and d., in Lima, 
X. Y., Oct. 15, 1858. 

[2514.] 2. CAROLIXE, b. 3Iarch 28, 1839, and d., in Lima, 
X. Y., Aug. 30, 1840, 

[2515.] 3. AXX v., b. Dec. 18, 1840, and, in 1869, was liv- 
ing uum. in Lockport. X. Y. 



220 PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 

[2516.J 4. 3IAR1TTA A., b. April 23, 1842, and, in 1869, was 
living unm. in Butf.ilo, X. Y. 

[2517.] 5. EMILY C, b. Dec. 9, 1843, and d., in Lima, X. 
Y., Sept. 11, 1845. 

[2518.] 6. MARVIOR, b. Xov. 7, 1840, and, in 1809, was 
living unm. in Lima, X. Y. 

[2519.] 7. SARAH L., b. March 20, 1848; m. John E. 
Wager, Dec. 29, 1809, and was tlien living in West Bloomfield. 
X. Y. 

[2520.] 8. JOHX S., b. 3Lay 30, 1850, and, in 1809, was 
living in Lima, X. Y. 

[2521.] 9. CHARLES W., b. 3Iarcli 8, 1853, and, in 1809, 
was living in Lima, X. Y. 

[2522.] 10. GEORGE E.. b. June 17, 1854, and, in 1869, 
was living in Lima, X. Y. 

[2523.] 11. JEXXIE C, b. Xov. 3, 1857, and, in 1800, was 
living in Lima, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF HENRY PECK, (1214). 

[2524.] 1. HEXRY G., b. in Lima, X. Y., Feb. 11, 1828 ; 
m. Theresa 31. Jacobs, Jan. 3, 1855, and, in 1869, was living in 
■ Victor, X. Y. 

[2525.] 2. JEXETTE, b. in Lima, X. Y., Sept. 14, 1830; 
m. Martin Hall, April 11, 1855, and, in 1809, was living in 
Hamburgh, 3Iich. 

[2520.] 3. JA3IES, b. in Lima, X. Y., in 1835, and d. there 
Feb. 3, 1845. 

[2527.] 4. DELIA, b. in Lima, X. Y., May 23, 1840 : m. 
Martin Boughtou, Dee. 28, 1856, and, in 1809, was living in 
East Bloomfield, X. Y. . ' . 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD PECK (1219), ALL BORN IN LIMA, N. Y. 

[2528.] 1. JAMES B., b. May 4, 1835 ; m. Juliet Sprague, 
Oct. 20, 1858, and, in 1809, was living in Lima, X. Y. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH QEXERATION. 227 

[2529.] 2. ASAHEL B., b. Jau. 21, 1837 ; m. Helen M. 
Steele, Sept. 12, 1860, and, in 1769, was living in Lima, X. Y. 

[2530.] 3. 3JARY ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 8, 1816, and, in 
1869, was living unm. in Lima, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF SYLVANUS PECK (1222) AND JEMIMA, HIS WIFE, 
^ ALL BORN IN LIMA, N. Y. 

[2531.] 1. GEOEGfE, b. June 2, 1845 ; m. Frances Rice, 
June 20, 1865, and, in 1869, was living in Salamanca, N. Y. 

[2532.] 2. TFIOMAS, d. while in service in the army, in 
the war of the Eebellion. 

[2533.] 3. SARAH, b. Jan. 31, 1851. 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD W. PECK (1221) AND LUCY B., HIS WIFE. 

[2534.] 1. LUCY A., b. in Troy, 3Iich., April 27,- 1834 ; m. 
David H. Jerome, June 15, 1859, and, in 1869, w^as living in 
Saginaw, Mich. 

[2535.] 2. BETSEY M., b. in Troy, 3Iich., Feb. 2, 1836 ; 
m. Byron B. Buckhout, Xov. 18, 1857, and, in 1869, was living 
in East Saginaw, Mich. 

[2536.] 3. EDWARD I., b. in Pontiac, Mich., May 11, 1855, 
and, in 1869, was living in Pontiac, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH FRANKLIN PECK (1225) AND CLARISSA, 
HIS W^IFE. 

[2537.] 1. CHARLES H., b. in West Bloomfield, N. Y., 
Sept. 28, 1835, and d., in Lima, X. Y., Feb. 0, 1836. 

[2538.] 2. JULLA E., b. in Lima, X. Y., July 24, 1837, and, 
in 1870, was living unm. in Springfield, Mass. 

[2539.] 3. SARAH L., b. in Lima, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1839 ; 
m. Harvey B. Hazeltine, Dec. 8, 1858, and, in 1870, was living 
in Hpurietta, N. Y. 

[2540.] 4. FRANCES S., b. in Lima, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1843, 
and, in 1870, was living unm. in Springfield, Mass. 



228 PECK GENEALOGY — ETGIITII GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN SEAR:^ PECK (1228) AND MARY, HL'^ WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[2541.] 1. EMILY E., b. Jan. 19, 1849, and, in 1SG9, was 
living unm. in Oberlin, 0. 

[2512.] 2. MARY A., b. Dec. 13, 1850, and, in 1SG9, was 
living unm. in Oberlin, 0. 

[2513.] 3. JOHX F., b. Nov. 29, 1853, and, in 18G9, was 
living in Oberlin, 0. 

[2544.] 4. EDWARD W., b. July 10, 185G, and, in 18G9, 
was living in Oberlin, 0. 

[2545.] 5. CHARLES F., b. 3Iay 23, 1859, and d., in West 
Bloomfield, N. Y., June 10, 1859. 

CHILDREN OF DEMMOND G. PECK (1231) AND HARRIET, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[2547.] 1. AMELIA E., b. July 15, 1837 ; m. Nathan Ilick.s 
Lee, and, in 1869, was living in Romeo, 3Iich. 

[2548.] 2. WATROUS, b. Dec. 28, 1840, and, in 1S09, was 
living at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

[2549.] 3. GILBERT W., b. Feb. 2, 1842 ; m. Libbie Gil- 
bert, Jan. 1, 18G9, and was then living in Richmon<l, N. Y'. 

[2550.] 4. FRANCES E., b. Feb. 15, 1844, and, in 18G9, was 
living unm. in Richmond, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF VINTON PECK (1240), ALL fJORN IN WEST 
BLOOMFIELD, N. Y. 

[2551.] 1. CURTIS v., b June 2, 1847, and, in 18G9, was 
living unm. in West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

[2552.] 2. LLEWELLYN C, b. Nov. 9, 1850, and, in 18G9, 
was living in West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

[2553.] 3. NELLIE A., b. Nov. 13, 1859. and, in 18G9, was 
living in West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

[2554.] 4. W1LLIA:M H., b. in Jan. 18G9, and was living in 
West Bloomfield, N. Y., in 18G9. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATIUX. 229 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS R. PECK (1241) AND JULIA F., HIS WIFE, 

THE OLDEST BORN IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, AND 

THE OTHERS IN WATERLOO, N. Y. 

[2554.J 1. HERBERT H., b. Sept. 19, 1858, and, in 1869, 
was living in ^Yatel■loo, X. Y. 

[2555.J 2. TH03IAS REYNOLD, b. Jan. 4, 1864, and, in 
1870, was living in Waterloo, N. Y. 

[2556.] 3. BERTHA A3IELIA, b. Dec. 8, 1865, and, in 

1870, was living in "Waterloo, N. Y. 

[2557.] 4. HARRISOX HOPKIXS, b. July 21, 1869, and, 
in 1870, was living in Waterloo, X. Y. 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS R. GOLD PECK (1254) AND SUSAN, HIS WIFE. 

[2559.] 1. WIL3I0T D., b. in Brooklyn, X. Y., Aug. 22, 
1860, and, in 1875, was living at Hastings upon Hudson, N. Y. 

[2560.] 2. HENRY GOLD, b. at Hastings upon Hudson, N. 
Y., Dec. 16, 1861, and was living there in 1875. 

CHILDREN OF HENRY DWIGHT PECK (1257) AND JENNIE M., 
HIS WIFE. 

[2561.] 1. JENNIE M., b. in Lyme, Conn., June 7, 1869, 
and, in 1875, was living in Staunton, Va. 

[ .] 2. JOHN S., b. in New Haven, Conn., Nov. 20, 

1871, and, in 1875, was living in Staunton, Va. 

[ .] 3. HORACE S., b. in Staunton, Va., Aug. 3, 1875, 

and was living there in 1876. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HENRY PECK (1267) AND JULIA E., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN CHICAGO, ILL. 

[2562.] 1. JULIA AUGUSTA, b. Nov. 9, I860, and d., in 
Chicago, the next day. 

[2563.] 2. CARRIE WHITE, b. Dec. 10, 1863, and d., in 
Chicago, 111., Aug. 11, 1864. 

[2564.] 3. :MAY AUGUSTA, b. in July 1869, and d., in 
Chicago, 111., in 1871. 

[2565.] 4. CAROLINE MITCHELL, d. at two years of age. 



230 PECK GENEALOGY— EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILD OF V.'ILLIAM K. PECK (127G) AND ELIZA, HIS WIFE. 

[2568.] WILLIAM IIEXRY, b. in June 1839. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES C. PECK (12V7) AND ANGELINE, HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN NEW YORK CITY. 

[25G7.] 1. E3IILY SOMEES, b. in May 1856, and d. Nov. 
25, 1859. 

[2568.] 2. MARY LOUISA, b. Sept. 24, 1858. 

CHILD OF HORACE E. PECK (1278) AND E'A'AA, HIS WIFE. 

[2569.] HER3IAX K., b. in Sept. 1850. 

CHILDREN OF ELEAZER C. PECK (1279) AND EUNICE H., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[2570.] 1. CHARLES E., b. Oct. 29, 18-12. 

[2571.] 2. ORRIX M., b. 3Iay 22, 1844. 

[2572.] 3. WARREX J., b. Feb. 8, 1846. 

[2573.] 4. HARRIET E., b. April 27, 1849. 

[2574.] 5. SARAH E., b. April 4, 1851 ; m. Ebenezer Brock- 
way, in Old Lyme, Conn., Jan. 22, 1874. 

[2575.J 6. ALBERT W., b. in 3Iay 1853. 

[2576.] 7. ELIZA C, b. in Sept. 1855 ; m. Charles H. 
Morley, Jan. 22, 1874. 

[2577.] 8. AN(5^ELINE S., b. in April 1859, and d., in Lyme, 
the same year. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE R. PECK (1285) AND ELIZABETH S., HIS 
WIFE, ALL BORN IN LYME, CONN. 

[2578.] 1. SETH L., b. Dec 6, 1825 ; m. Eunice Gallup, 
June 6, 1849, and, in 1870, was living in Norwich, Conn. 

[2579.] 2. JOSEPH, b. Aug. 1, 1828, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing unm. in Lyme, Conn. 

[2580.] 3. ESTHER, b. July 27, 1830, and, in 1870, was 
living unm. in Lyme, Conn. 



PECK GENEALOGY — EIGHTH GENERATION. 231 

[2581.] 4. KICHAED W., b. Sept. 22, 1832 ; m. 1. Sarah 
A. blather, Xov. 12, 1858 ; m. 2. Elleu E. Crosby, June 28, 
1860, and, in 1870, was living at Deep River, Conn. 

[2582.J 5. GEORGE, b. Xov. 5, 1834 ; m. Sarali E. Butler, 
and, in 1868, vras living in Detroit, Mich. 

[2583.] 6. JA3IES H., b. June 23, 1837; m. Mary E. 
Champlin, April 29, 1861, and, in 1870, was living in Pennsyl- 
vania. 

[2584.] 7. FRANCIS E., b. July 11, 1839, and, in 1870, was 
living unm. in Xew Haven, Conn. 

[2585.] 8. MARY E., b. Aug. 7, 1841, and, in 1870, was 
living unm. in Xew Haven, Conn. 

[2586.] 9. JOHN H., b. Feb. 19, 1843, and d., in Lyme, 
Conn,, Dec. 7, 1845. 

[2587.] 10. WALTER S., b. July 14, 1846, and, in 1870, 
was living unm. in Lyme, Conn. 

CniLDItEN OF GILBERT M. PECK (1286) AND SARAH B., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN EAST BETHANY, N. Y. 

[2588.] 1. HENRY C, b. April 12, 1838, and d. unm , in 
East Bethany, N. Y., June 12, 1861. 

[2589.] 2. WILLIAM G., b. May 9, 1840; m. Ida D. Corn- 
stock, Oct. 28, 1808, and, in 1809, was living in New London, 
Conn. 

[2590.] 3. S. FRANCES, b. Sept. 16, 1843, and d., in East 
Bethany, N. Y., June 10, 1845. 

[2591.] 4. ANNER C, b. Jan. 18, 1847, and, in 1869, was 
living in East Bethany, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF NE\VTON L. F. PECK (1294) AND SAMANTHA, HLS 

WIFE, ALL BORN IN SPRINGVILLE, LINN CO., IOWA, EXCEPT 

GEORGE K., WHO WAS BORN IN MIDDLETOW'N, OHIO. 

[2592.] 1. MARY I., b. Oct. 9, 1849 ; m. Isaac R. Worrall, 
Jan. 1, 1868, and, in 1870, was living in Springville, Iowa. 

[2593.] 2. CHARLES N., b. Jan. 5, 1852, and, in 1870, was 
living in Springville. Iowa. 



232 PECK GENEALOGY — ElGJnTH GENERATION. 

[2591.] 3. GEORGE II., b. m 3Iiddletowu, 0., April 8, 1S54, 
and, in 1870, was living in Springville, Iowa. 

[2595.] 4. DELIA A., b. May 2, 1857, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing in vSpringville, Iowa. 

[2596.] 5. JOIiX F., b. Aug. 5, 1858, and, in 1870, was liv- 
ing in Spring ville, Iowa. 

[2597.] G. DOUGLASS C, b. Oct. 27. 1860, and, in 1870, 
was living in Springville, Iowa. 

[2598.] 7. YEXIE GUSH, b. June 29, 1862, and, in 1870, 
was living in Springville, Iowa. 

GUILD OF OVANDO S. X. PECK, (1295). 

[2599 ] CHARLES 31., b. at Frederick, Md., Sept. 16, 1852, 
and was living there in 1871. 

CHILDREN OF HOMER P. K. PECK, (1296). 

[2600 ] 1. MARY IL, b. in Middletown, 0., March 13, 1850 ; 
m. Edward N. Freshman, May 24, 1870, and, in 1871, v,'as liv- 
ing in Cincinnati, 0. 

[2601.] 2. ARTHUR, b. in Middletown, 0., May 6, 1852, 
and, in 1871, was living in Rochester, N. Y. 

[2602.] 3. SALLIE, b. in Washington City, Aug. 14, 1854, 
and, in 1871, was living in Rochester, X. Y. 

[2603.] 4. EM3IA, b. in Washington City, July 30, 1858, 
and, in 1871, was living in Rochester, N. Y. 

[2604.] 5. WILLARD, b. in Washington City, Oct. 23, 1860, 
and, in 1871, was living in Rochester, N. Y. 

[2605.] 6. HELEN BELLE, b. in Middletown, 0., March 
8, 1862, and, in 1871, was living in Rochester, N. Y. 

[2606.] 7. FLORA REBECCA, b. in Middletown, 0., Aug. 
1, 1867, and, in 1871, was living in Middletown, 0. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN P. P. PECK, (1297). 

[2607.1 1- DELIA E., b. in Sharonvllle, 0., Sept. 10, 1814, 
and, in 1870, was living in Hamilton, 0. 



PECK GEXEALOGY— EIGHTH GEXERATION. ^233 

[2ms.] 2. ALICE I., b. ill Sharonvillf, 0., Aug. 11, 1847, 
and, ill 1870, was living in Hamilton, 0. 

[2G00.] 3. MARY, b. in Sharonville, 0., April 20, 1851, and, 
in 1S70, was living in Hamilton, 0. 

[2G10.] 4. ROBERT 31., b. in Hamilton, 0., Sept. 15, 1859, 
and was living there in 1870. 

[261 L.] 5. JOHN P. P., b. in Hamilton, 0., April 3, 1867, 
and was living there in 1870. 

[2612.] 6. JAMES F., b. in Hamilton, 0., July 29, 1872, 
and was living there in 1872. 

CHILDREN OF MATTHEW^ G. PECK, (1315). 

[2613.] 1. MARY A., b. in Pontiac, 3Iich., June 26, 1855, 
and, in 1869, was living in Pontiac, 3Iich. 

[2614.] 2. EMILY B., b. in Rochester, X. Y., Sept. 26, 1858, 
and, in 1869, was living Pontiac, Mich. 

CHILDREN OF PASCAL P. PECK (1317) AND ALEXIXE, HIS WIFE, 
BOTH BORX IX NASHVILLE, TENN. 

[2615.] 1. WILLIAM H., b. March 14, 1852, and, in 1869, 
was living in Nashville, Tenn. 

[2616.] 2. MYRON K., b. March 22, 1857, and, in 1860, 
was living in Nashville, Tenn, 

ONLY CHILD OF NATHANIEL PECK (1332) AND ALTHEA M., HIS 
WIFE, BORN IN STAFFORD, N. Y. 

[2617.] CATHARINE M., b. April 25, 1847, and d., in 
Newstead, N. Y., in Feb. 1858. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD PECK (1333) AND SYLVIA, HIS WIFE. 

[2618.] 1. CHARLES G., b. in Stafford, N. Y., March 25, 
1854, and, in 1869, was living in Palmyra, 111. 

[2619.] 2. MARY H., b. in Round Grove, HI., Oct. 1, 1861, 
and, in 1869, was living in Palm^Ta, 111. 

[2620.] 3. KATIE LOUISE, b. in Round Grove, HI., March 
10, 1864, and, in 1869, was living in Palmvra, 111. 



234 PECK GENEALOGY — NINTH GENEliATION. 

CHILDKEN OF ISRAEL M. PECK (1334) AND FRANCES €., Illb \YIFE, 
ALL BORN IN STAFFORD, N. Y. 

[2G21.J 1. ELIZABETH F., b. July 5, 1857, and, in 18T1, 
\vas living iu Staiford, X.'Y. 

[2(j'22.] 2. ALYAX VAX EPPS, b. Jan. 19, 1SG2, oud d., 
in Stafford, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1862. 

[2623.] 3. JUNIUS 3IATS0N, b. June 8, 1865, and, in 
1871, was living in Statford, N. Y. 

[262L] 4. \YIXFIELD S., b. Oct. 15, 1868, and, in 1871, 
was living iu Statford, JS". Y. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN F. PECK (1337) AND PHEBE R.,HIS VTIFE, 
ALL BORN IN EAST BETHANY, N. Y. 

[2624.] 1. FLOREXCE, b. July 17, 1855, and, in 18/1, was 
living in East Bethany, X. Y. 

[2625.] 2. RICHARD, b. Oct. 12, 1857, and, in 1871, was 
living in East Bethany, X. Y. 

[2626.] 3. MARY AXX, b. July 15, 1869, and, in 1871, was 
living in East Bethany, X. Y. 



NINTH GENERATION.^ 

CHILDREN OF DARIUS PECK (1363) AND HARRIET M., HIS WIFE, 
ALL BORN IN THE CITY OF HUDSON, N. Y. 

[2628.] 1. JOHX^ HUDSOX, b. Feb. 7, 1838 ; graduated at 
Hamilton College, X. Y., in 1859 ; was admitted to the bar of 
the Supreme Court of the State of Xew York in 1862, and 
settled as a lawyer in the city of Troy, X. Y., where, in 1877, 
he was living and in practice as such, being one of the law firm 
of Tracy & Peck, of that city. 



I. It was not originally designed to continue the denealogy further than the Ei;,'htli 
Generation. A few, in the Ninth and Tenth fenerations, have been added in defer- 
ence to the wi^^hes of some mernt>ers of the family. 



PEL'K GENEALOGY — NINTH GENERATION. 

[2&2{).] 2. ilUllACE ROBiXJ>OX, b. Dec. 
Sited at Hamilton College, X. Y., in 1859 ; was admitted to the 
bar of the Supreme Court of tlio State of Xew York in 1863 : 
settled as a lawyer in the city of Hudson, X. Y., and, in 1877, 
was living there in the practice of his profession. He was 
married to Anna Van Deusen, of Greenport, X. Y''., X"ov. 14, 
1807. He has one son, an only child, Bayard TAclngston, b. 
Aug. 16, 1869. c{. Cc/i^^ .1 ^. / 5? o 7 

[2630.] 3. SARAH LUCRETIA, b. 3Iarch 19, 18-42 ; was 
educated at the Female Seminary, Troy, X. Y. ; m. Martin 
Hoffman Philip, of the town of Claverack, X. Y., Oct. 19, 1859, 
and d. there Oct. 25, 1876. She had children : 1. Katharhie 
Maud, b. in the city of Hudson, X^. Y., Sept. 13, 1860; 2. 
Harry Van Kess, b. Aug. 9, 1862, and 3. Laura Johnson, b. 
Dec. 10, 1863 ; both b. in the town of Claverack, X\ Y. 

[2631.] -4. WILLARD, b. March 2, 1844 ; graduated at 
Hamilton College, X". Y., in 1SC4, and was admitted to the bar 
of the Supreme Court of the State of Xew York in 1867. He 
settled as a lawyer, has continued his professional career, and, 
in 1877, was living and practicing his profession in the city of 
Hudson, X^. Y. He was married to Mary Langford Curran, of 
Utica, X. Y., June 16, 1869, and has had children : 1. Harriet 
Hudson, b. in Utica, X^. Y., April 2, 1870, and d. there April 
5, 1870 ; 2. Flulip Curran, b. Feb. 7, 1874, and 3. Darius, b. 
Mav 5, 1877; both b. in the citv of Hudson, X\ Y. V-mo^^ 

I2()^2.y 5. XORA, b. vSept. 16, 1846 ; was efliicated at the 
Female Seminary, Troy, X"". Y. ; m. Frederick Folger Thomas, 
of San Francisco, Cal., June 18, 1873. Her children, b. in Oak- 
land, Cal., where she was living in 1877, are : 1. WiUia?n Shep- 
ard, b. March 23, 1874, and 2. Maud Anneline, b. Feb. 10, 1876. 

[2633.] 6. THEODOSIA, b. Oct. 24, 1818, and d., in the 
city of Hudson, X. Y., Aug. 23, 1849. 

[2634.] 7. EM3IA WILLAKD, b. 2Iay 9, 1852 ; was edu- 
cated at the Female Seminary, Troy, X. Y., and, in 1877, was 
living in the city of Hudson, X. Y. 



236 PECK GENEALOGY- -NIXfll GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF PHILETUS B. PECK (13GG) AND NANCY M., Hl.^ WIFE. 

[2635.] 1. DARIUS M., b. in Cazenovia, X. Y., Oct. 15, 
1832 ; m. Josepliiue 3IcCormick, at Lock Haven, Peuu., Aug. 
30, 1865, and, in 1877, was living in Williamsport, Penn. His 
children were : 1. Catharine Hood, b. at Lock Haven, Penn., 
Feb. 2-1, 1867, and 2. Josephine McCormicli, b. at Owego, X. Y., 
Oct. 26, 1868 ; both of wliom d. 3rarch 16, 1876, of diplitheria, 
then prevailing as an epidemic. 

[2636.] 2. SPEXCER T., b. in Hamilton, X. Y., Dec. 19, 
1837 ; m. Isabella Crawford, Dec. 28, 1865, and, in 1877, was 
living in Williamsport, Penn. He has no children. 

[2637.] 3. JULIA A, 31., b. at Owego, X. Y., 3Iay 9, 18-10 : 
was educated at the Female Seminary, Troy, X. Y. ; m. George 
A. Madill, a lawyer, of Owego, X. Y., Dec. 24, 1862; removed 
three or four years afterwards from Owego to St. Louis, 3Io., 
where her husband soon became a prominent lawyer, and has 
occupied a high judicial position, and where they were living 
in 1877. Her children, b. in St. Louis, 3Io., are : 1. Qporge 
Alexander, b. Oct. 10, 1867, and Charles Peck, b. Sept. 10, 1872. 

[2638.] 4. SARAH X., b. at Owego, X. Y., June 22, 1844 ; 
was educated at the Female College, Elmira, X. Y., and, in 
1877, was living at Owego, X. Y. 



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ERRATA. 



Additions and Corrections, Mostly from Information Received too 
late for their appropriate insertion. 



Page II in line 12 from bottom fr>r "('32/' read "(22)." 
" 83 in line 12 from bottom after the won) "Conn." add the words "and d. there 

* in May, 1S77." 
" 135 in line 9 from bottom for "(2629)"' read "(2635.)" 
" 1 38 and 139 strike out "(2630)," "(2631)," "(2632)," "(2633),'- "(2634)" 

and "(2635)." 
" 165 in line 13 from top for "Abner" read "Albert." 
" 167 in lines 2 and 8 from bottom for "1S73" ^^^'^ "1S77," and in line 10 from 

bottom after the word "and" insert "in 1S77," strike out all after the word 

"was" and add "living at Grand Rapids, Mich." 
" 173 in line 6 from top strike out the 3d letter "N" from "Annnie." 
" 175 in line 6 from bottom between the words "Peck" and "and" insert (848). 
" 239 of Index in line 15 from btjttom of 3d column for "1 38" read "15S. " 



INDEX 

OF CHRISTIAN OR GIVEN NAMES OF ALL IN THE WORK OF THE 
SURNAME OF FECK, BETWEEN PAGES 6 AND 237. 



The figures refer to the paijes. Win 
the same page, only the first one iri des 
being omitted. 



[\ more than one of the same name is upon 
rnated in the index ; the others on that page 



A 

Aaron. ..37, 69, 90, 91, 173 

Abbv '■.■■t>2, 114 

Abby Elizabeth 64 

Abel H 120, 222 

Abiah 50 

.\bigai!...i4, 22, 26, 32, 36, 
50, 61, 6S, S2, IC7 

Abigail j 119 

Abigail |ane li 77 

Abijah 36, 6S, 139 

Abner.27, 52, 56, 59, 104, 
124, 196 

Abner A 219 

Abraham... 23, 41, 44, 46, 
76, S6, 150 

Abraham B S6 

Abraham D 14S 

Abraham H S5, 166 

Ada A 221 

Adaline 143, 154 

.\ddison 157, 166, 174 

Adelaide 143, 206 

Adelaide B 164, 1S7 

Adele 204 

Adeline. 57, loo, loi, 183, 
187,' 188, 190 

Adrain 199 

Agnes 152 

Ahijah 30 

Alanson 197 

Ahthea So 

A!bcrt...i4^, 175, 196, 200 

Albert A..."! 173, 203 

Albert C 165, 190 

Albert D 224 

Albert E 112 

Albert F 209 

Albert 1 177 

AU)ert M 165, 166 

AlUrt N 85, 165 



Albert W^ 

Albina 

Alden Stephen. 
Alelia 



Alexander 3S, 71, 

77, 

Alfonzo Delgado 

Alfred 99, 149, 

Alfred B 

Alfred G 

Alfred N 

Alice E 

Alice I 

Allen 

Allen F 

Allen J 

All)-n S 

Almira 91, 97, 

Almira A 

Almira S 

Almond 46, 

Alonzo H 

Alonzo R 

Alpheus 87, 

Alphonso 

Altimira 

Alvan 

Alvan Van Epps 

Alvira 

Ah-ira E 

Alvord 

Amanda SS, 9 



.126 
91 



Amanda .\ 

Amanda C 

Amanda L 

xVmarillis 70, 

Ambrosia J 182, 

Amelia Aim 

Amelia E , 

Amelia M 



16S 
.124 
.176 

•I 94 
142 



•93 
228 
210 { 



Amelia P iSo 

Amos 49, 9S 

Amos A 117," 21S 

Amos E iSS 

Amy - 5 .• 7 9 

Amy Eliza 157 

Andrew 53, 61, 15S, 

i5o, T91 

Andrew Jackson 87 

Angeline S 230 

Ann ....15, 47, 58, 6 i, 74, 
84, 89, 91, ioG, 179 

Ann Augusta 157 

Ann E 19S, 223 

Ann Eliza. ...So, 113. 114, 
151, 180, 199 

Ann iiliza Merriit 159 

Ann L 190 

Ann Rebecca 67, 152 

Ann Secor 8; 

Ann V 225 

Ansel 35, III 

Ansel E 116 

Antoinette 7S 

Anna... 2 1, 29, 39, 44, 45, 
46, 54, 79, 92. 214 

Anna Augusta S3, 138 

Anna E 205 

Anna G 54 

-\nna K 162 

Anna Louisa 163 

Anna M 82, 213 

Anna Marix. 161, if.2, iCS 

.-Vnne 13, 17 

Anner C 231 

.\.nnie 59, 157 

Annie C !".... 165 

.\nnie E U2, 187, 213 

Annie 1 17'^ 

Annie M 107 

Anning R 223 



240 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



Ar.iiis 105 

Arabella loo 

Arad Si, 161 

ArJeliaT 197 

Arthur 164, 19S, 232 

A r z a B 190 

Asa 4S, 55, 94, iSo 

Asa B I7( 

Asa Janie> iSo 

Asahel B 227 

Ashley S 217 

Aseiiath 54, 109 

Ashur N 169 

Augusta 1S7 

Augusta L 109 

Augusta Mitchell 126 

Augustus. ..41, 7S, 94, 143 

Aui.'u^tus L 141 

Augustus T 100 

Aurilla S9 

Austin 147, 196 

Austin Dean 1S9 

Azariah 32, 63 

Azubah 30 



Bavard Livingston 235 

Belinda 72 

Belle 147 

Benjamin. 19, 23, 27, 40,43, 

50, 55, 76, 84, SS, 98, 

107, 112, 13S, 143, 150, 
. 160, 164, 169, iSi, 206 
Benjamin F.132, 202, 234 
Benjamin PL. .99, 1S9, 190 

Benjamin K 65, 130 

Benjamin W 175 

.Benoni...43, 79, 104, 157, 
197, 199 

Bertha Amelia 229 

Bessie 225 

Betsey. ..56, 61, 67, 70, 87, 

90, 94, 105, 106, 115, 

116, 118, 206. 

Betsey Ann in 

Betsey D 216 

Betsey E 202 

Betsey L 142 

Betsey M 227 

Bettie 59 

Birdseye 181 

Bird-.eye D \V iJir 

Brainard U 188 

Burton 94, 17S 



Caleb 13, 23, 97, 186 

Calista 214 

Calista A 203 

Calvin 16, 37. 69, 89 



I Calvin F 92, 177 

; Calvin II 112 

Campbr-11 K 139 

Cant lacci 1 99 

Caroline. ...57, 73,82,93. 
95, 119, 130, '140, 151, 
162, 1S6, 190, 206, 225 

Caroline -A.. ..207, 21 1, 222 

' Caroline Amelia 100 

i Caroline C 219 

I Caroline E 145 

I Caroline rVanccs 159 

Caroline 11 112 

I Caroline M loS, 142 

! Caroline Matilda 16S 

! Caroline Mitchell 229 

! Caroline V 140 

Carrie N 1.^4 

j Carrie \V 131, 162 

: Carrie White 229 

I Carter 27 

CassiusC 222 

I Catharine. ..21, 38, 47, 59, 
I 139. 179. I S3, 1 88, IQS 
j Catharine A. 149, 156, 167 

Catharine E. 100, 149, 224 

|Cath.-.rinc H 132 

j Cathr.rine Hood 236 

j Catharine M. 149, 159, 233 

I Catharine R ^....143 

' Catharine Sarah Schuyler. 

! . . 163 

I Cecilia Nancy 179 

; Celia 17S 

' Celista 137, 158 

' Cephas 15S 

Charaldine 1 12 

Charles. 26, 38, 41, 50, 61, 

71, 72, 74, 75, 77, 88, 

93. 96. 99. loi^ 106. 

144, 153, 170, 183, 1S9, 

191, 192, 202, 217. 

Charles A. ...83, 132, 163, 

168, 213 

Charles B.... 98, 133, 167, 

1S8, 213 

Charles Benson 153 

Charles C 127, 230 

Charle> D...116, 183, 201, 
209, 215 

Charles E 78, 144, 146 

155, 156, 230 
Charles F....150, 205, 228 

Charles G 21S, 2 

Charles II 74. 93, 147, 

165. 173. 177- 227 

Charles Henry 148, 159 

Charles J 225 

Charles L 60, 107, I 18 

126, 131, 207, 219 



Charles M....I42, 221. 


2^,2 


Charles McLean 




Charles X 


.2^1 


Charles S 


.IQ2 


Charles T 134, 147, 


180 


Charles \V... 123, 142, 


147. 


175, 189, 2i9, 


22b 


Charles William 


.126 


Charlotte j.o, 4.1, J.2 


71. 


74. 75. 79. S4, 


94. 


99. 


104 


Charlotte A 93, 


142, 


170, 


17" 


Charlotte E 


.164 


Charlotte F 


.:8i 


Charlotte Louisa 


.KJ. 


Charlotte M 


.17.3 


Chauncey..94, 96, 97, 




lSj 18;, 


I5o 


Chauncev II 


..06 


Chaancev J 


.20t) 


Chauncev M 


.:s-j 


Chester 




Chiiion 


.ToS 


Clilue 


..46 






Cicero C 


1S8 


Clara 


..80 




T. X 


Clara M Zio, 


22 -, 


Clarence '81, 


2»7 


Clarence M 


209 


Clarine 


..60 


Clark 58, 


I [ 



Ctans.a 50, 54, 73, 90, 

105, !0S, ! I O. 20f 

Clarissa A 204 

Clarissa F 210 

Clari-^a L 212 

Clari-sa M 109, 209 

Clarissa R 139 

Clarissa W 86 

Clayton L 216 

Clement 94, 179 

Clement A 179, iSo 

Coleman C 119, 221 

j Cora F 2:6 

i Cordelia 90, 14S 

[ Cornelia 90, ico, 143, 

[ 1.49, 217 
j Cornelia C , i8' 



Cornelia \. 



..182 



3 Cornelias .'57, J = 



Curt; 

I Curti 



-Si. 77. (5^- 

, -Jurt:- V 22S 

IC. Wilbur 216 

Cyrus 27 

I Cyrus C) 20^ 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



2U 



Damaris 97, 201 

Dan 27, 30, 55 

Daniel. .19, -7, 30, 33, 43, 
45. 53. <Ji, 63, S3, SS, 
go, loS, 109, 12S, 16S, 
172, 20S. 

Daniel A loS, 207, 20S 

Daniel B.87, 107, 203, 204 

Daniel E 170 

Daniel M iSq 

Daniel W 205 

Darius. 27, 52, 71, SS, 105, 
106, 134, 141, 170, 201, 
=34. 235. 

Darius M 236 

Dav-id. 16, It,, 21, 32, 39, 41, 
61, 71, 79. So, 157, 15S 

David A 139, 204 

David B 14), 

David C 127 

David D 213 

David H.64, 113, 129, 160 

DavH.lJ 73 

David M 130 

Da\-id W no, 144,212 

Deb<5rah.i5, 22, 25, 39, 43, 
47, 69, 79, 84, 138 

Deborah B 123 

Deborah M 80, 82 

Deborah S 149 

Deborah T 112 

DeForrest 171 

Delia 38, 114, 193, 

204, 226 

Delia A 129, 176, 232 

Delia K 232 

Delia M 189 

Delila 80,81 

Delilah 133 

Delina 117 

Deles 150 j 

Dennis 97 \ 

Dennis E 210 

Desmond G 123, 228 

Dexter 63 

Diana 114 

I^olly 99 

Dorca.s 52 I 

Dorinda 45, 82 i 

Dorothy 50, 201 I 

Douglass 120, 223 ! 

Doug.'asi C 232 

Duane 91 

Dudley 58, 120 



Ebenezer. ...25, 46, 75, 84, 

„ 93, 159, 164 

Ebenezer H 164 



j Ebenezer \V 14S 

Edi;ar 1 1S8 

• Edfth • 210 

I Edna A 217 

; Ed,niund...47, 93, 142, 177 

I rMnuind 1.5, 73, SS, 146 

j Edward.. ..40, 76, 95, ICKJ, 
! 150, iSi, 1S2 
'' Edv.ard A i6i 

Edward B 1^7 

, F.duardC 55, 114, ::i4 

j Edvard H 149, 196 

j Edward 1 227 

; Edward L 155 

j Edward M 203 

I Edward Mills 160 

1 Edward P 209 

I Iidward Q i99 

Edward R 121, 225 

1 Edward S 162, 182 

j Edward V\' 123, 1S3, 

j 227,22s 

I E(Avm....7o, 90. 143, 144, 
: 157, •73> '-So 

Edwin .\. 113, 117, 217 

! Edwin II 167 

j Edwin O 170 

J Elani 91 

I Eleazer 61 

Ele.x'er A 109, 20S 

Eleazer Adomo 20S 

Eleazer C 127, 230 

Electa 63, 96 

Eliakim 193 

Elias.27, 44, 46, 84, 85, S6, 
92, 165, 167, 205, 21S 

EliasF 1S3 

EliasJ 165 

Elias R 141, 166 

Elias Reed 92, 175 

Elias S 165 

Eliff. 52, 103 

Elihu 45, 89, 171, 172 

Elijah. ..19, 2S, 54, 56, 77, 
106, no. III, 116, 
154, 211. 

Elijah \V 155 

Eliphalet. ...16, 22, 23. 42, 
So, 82, 15S 

Eliphalet N 1 60 

E!isha...27, 29, 53, 51, 55, 
60, 61, 105, loS, 1 10, 
V 112, 122, 126, 200, 
207, 211. 

Elisha Erwin 1 12 

Eli,ha R 175 

Elisha S 107. 204, 207 

Eli.haT '. 225 

Eliza... 64-, 74, 75, 86, loS, , 
140, 141, 143. 1 



Eliza A 110. 129, 164 

Hliza C 230 

I'^liza J /9S 

Eliza Jane 220 

Eliza Sanian t ha 99 

Elizabeth.. S, I 1, 14, 15, I'S, 
20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 20, 
30, 32, 37, 3^^> 40, 42, 44, 
45, 47. 52, 5^> <■-■!■ 63, 69, 
71, So. S3, 85, 93, 103, 
IIS, 139. 14:, KS4, 194, 
20S, 220, 22^. 

Elizabeth A...'. 147 

Elizabeth Ana. 152, 153, 179 

Elizabeth B 95 

Eli/abetb, C 107, i;o 

Elizabeth F .234 

Elizabeth L...55, 112, 207 

Elizabeth TvE.." ^-.131 

Elizabeth Marv 160 

ElizabeLh R...' 166 

ElizaljcchT 155 

F.U.a [76. 17s, 2'i3 

Eila D 213 

EdaK ,6? 

Ella M 1S2 

E'daR 2,; 

Ellen 171, 2or 

Ellen A 203, 2 I • 

Eden E 206 

Eden Ida 221 

Eiic.n j iSS 

Ellen M.150, r-o, 1S7, 22: 

EUenR 165 

Elir.n y 217 

Edlott S i;o 

Eln.er A 2I7 

Elmer E 223 

Eloi^e 144, 164 

Elon 217 

Elon C'j 200 

EUa 122 

EUey 13S 

Elvira 218, 220 

Emeline.62, 72, 89, 1 1 1, 141 

Emeline A 14S, iS", 

Emeline II 156 

Etneliae W [4^ 

Emers<m i,S2 

Enuly....87, ^9, 9^, 93, 95- 
131, 134," 142, 15S, 
171, 203. 

Emily A 109, 1S2 

Emily Ann 173 

EmdyB 233 

Emily C 1S3, 226 

Emily E 123. 228 

Emily E 189 

Emily M 125 

Emily O 206 



242 



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Emily Somers 230 

Emma 146, 205, 232 

Emma Ann 207 

Emma C 177 

Emma E loS, 20^ 

Emma E 145 

Emma J..., 169, 210 

Emma Jana 174 

Emma t,oui?a 1 6S 

Emma Louise 172 

Emma \' 210 

Emma Willard 235 

Enoch 106, 202 

Enoch r 47, 69, 141 

Enos 24, 45, 90, 174 

Enos K 71, 144 

Enos T 95, 1S2 

Ephraim 40, 75, 76 

Era>mus D...10S, 207, 20S 

Erastu5.57, 104, no, 19S, 

199, 211 

Era>tus F 109, 209 

Erastus T 194 

Ervin B 113 

Estelle B 164 

Esther.. iS, 25, 2S, 40, 44, 
63, 79. 97. Ill, 12S 
iSi, 230. 

Esther A 202, 205, 211 

Esther Eliza 153 

Esther L iSi 

Esther Lois 95 

Esther M 212 

Ethan 89, 17 1 

Eugene 214 \ 

Eunice.. 23, 25, 51, 61, So, 
S9, 99, 102, 172, 184 

Eunice E 127 

Eunice ElizalH;th 159 

Eunice II 1S6 

Eunice L 170 | 

Eva Jane 14S 

Evart 216 

Eveline 1S4, 191 

Eveline A 117 ; 

Ezei<iel 53, 109 

Ezckiel Y 109, 209 ; 

Ezra 32, 61 j 

Ezra J 202 j 

Ezra M 62, 127 ; 

Ezra R 81, 160 

F I 

Fannie 61 ' 

Fanniejane 125 - 

Fanny.. ..62, 75, 103, 104, 
105, 106, 196, 204 

Fanny II 224 

Fanny M 120 

Fanny O 198 



FVnnimore E 115, 215 

Fernando 198 

P'erris 145 

Fletcher 171 

Fletcher \V i S9 

Flora Eva 206 

Flora Isadore 172 

Flora J 1 82 

Flora Rebecca ^32 

Florence. 2 14, 216, 223, 234 

Florence H 222 

Florence Louise 144 

Frances So, 171, 206 

Frances A 129 

?" ranees Ann 144 

Frances C 145 ; 

Frances E....149, 177, 22S 

?'r:inces Eliza .1 18 

PVances Regina Cornelia 

163 

Frances S 227 

Francis 103, 191 

Francis E 231 

Francis H 131 

Francis P 197 

Frank 150 

I'rank C 222 

Frank E 210 

Frank S 96, 1S3 

Franklin 62 

Franklin \V 225 

Fra>ier 61 

Frederick. ..41, 78, 95, 156 

Frederick A 216 

PVederick B 95, 1S2 

Frederick C 170 

Frederick II. 209 

Frederick 1 92, 1 82' 

Frederick T E 224 

Frederick William. 177, 20S 
Fredericka E 131 

G 

Gabriel 197 

George. 22, 41, 59, 76, 78, 
SS, 92, 95, 96, 97, ici. 
123. 131, 140, 143, 156, 
174, iSi, 1 84. iS6, 190, 
199, 205, 20S, 227, 231 
George A. 72, 144, 145, 162 

George C 64, 157, 1S6 

George D 170 

Georije E 226 

George F 147 

George G 215 

(ieorge I.I....173, 177,232 

George lie 214 

George K 167 

George N 124, 169 

George R....12S, 1^2' 230 I 



G e o r g e T S3 

George W. ...70, 112, 142, 

147, 14S, 17S, i.'jS. 

192, 203. 

Cieorge Warner 154 

George Whit'ield... .3S, 70 

Georgia 222 

Georgianna 1^6, 162 

Gertrude M ".....iGi 

Gideon. 40, 42, 76, So, 159 

Gideon M 159 

Gilbert 42 

Gilbert C 146 

Gilbert M 12S, 231 

Gilbert W 22S 

H 

Hn-ndtcn .53 

Hananiah 3;- 

ILanr.ah.15, 19, 20, 23, 37, 

43. 44. 47; 5^, 5-. 59- 
62, 6S, 69, 71, 75, -<, 
S4, 103, 104, rrS, T37, 
14;, 153. 155, 157, 197. 

Hannah Hall 12! 

Flannah M ix.r, 

Hannah Maria 133 

Hannah Reed ;S4 

Hannibal 220 

Hr.rricr....90. oS, 141, 169, 
1S4, .'96, 205, 219 

Harriet A '. ."..I • 3 

Harriet D 1S7 

Harriet E il 7, 165, 

2 : 1, 230 

Harriet H S5 

Harriet Hudson 235 

Harriet J 129 

Harriet Keith [55 

Harriet M S3. 102, iSj 

Harriet Maria IC1.1 

Harriet N 195 

Harriet Newcll 153 

Harriet P 200 

Harris 57, iiS, 220 

Harris W 221 

Harrison 1S4 

Harrison D 203 

Harrison Hopkins 229 

Harry F iSo. isi 

Harvey 76, 150 

Hattie 14c, 1-4 

Hattie C A 202 

Hattv A 2i6 

Heath 35, OS, 138 

Helen 1S4, 204 

Helen Belle 232 

Hele:^ Bremncr !66 

Helen C l^o 

Helen E i 17 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



:M3 



Helen F zcx) 

Helen 1 173 

flelenM 1S2, 223 

Henrietta 169 

Henrietta D 176 

Henry. .20, 3S, 50, 65, 69, 
72, 76, S6, 100, 122, 12S, 
141. 169, 183, 1S5, igo, 
193, 203, 20S, 21S, 226 

Henry A S3 

Henr)' Augustus 151 

Henry C 231 

Htnry Dwight 126, 229 

Henry E 20S 

Henry G 1S3, 226 

Henry Gold 229 

Henrv H iS;, 202 



Heniy J 202 

Henry J?.y 221 

Henry K 131, 1S5 

Henry S 150 

Heniy T 170 

Henry V 144 

Henry Willi? 159 

Hepiibah 2S, 31, 54 

Herbert C 209 

Herbert E 225 

Herbert H 229 

Herm<:in S7, 16S 

Hemion K 230 

Hezekiah 22, ^S, 40 

Hiland A 225 

Hiram 102, 114, 134, 

201, 214 

Hiram A 17S, 179 

Hiram B 169 

Hiram L 214 

Hiram R 150 

HoUiiter H 150 

Homer 171 

Homer P K 129, 232 

Horace.. .91, 105, 174, 201 

Horace E 127, 230 

Horace H 1S9 

Horace L 221 

Horace Robinson 235 

Horace S 2co, 229 

Horatio H no 

Howard H. 224 

Hulljert 161 

HulJah43, 53. 70, 79. i33 



[•^a 205,214 

IdaM 174 

Iiiez A 217 

Ira 97, 106, 185, iS6. 

20c, 202 

Ira Reach 192 

Ira H iS: 



Irvin 9? 

I^aac 21, 22, 24. 39, 

40, 43, 45, 49, 73, 75, 

77. 7y. ^2. ^3. 90. 9^. 

144. 153. 134. 157. J'>i' 

163, 173- 

Isaac A 145 

Isaac G 146 

I>aac H [74 

Isaac V 173 

Isaijdl I }4 

Isabella 150 

Isabella G if.S 

IsabellaT 76 

I.■^rael 24, 44., 45, S2, 

Sy, 168 

Israel M 132, 2:4 

Israeli' 223 

J 

J-^l>ez 43, 82,87 

James. ..22, 37, 43, 62, 68, 
S4, 13S, 151, XDO, 195, 226 

Jame.^ B i;;i, 226 

Jame^, B G 177 

J^-m^'-'F 233 

James H 162, 173, 231 

James ^lervey S2, 162 

James 1 137 

James L 172, 219 

James M 203 

James Milner 154 

James Mitchell 126 

James R 164 

James W 163 

J.ine...3i, 82. 90, 99, loi. 

150, 168, 171, 1S3, 

191, 204. 

Jane A 145, 172, 193 

Jane H 173 

Jane S 146 

Jannelt 151, 155 

Jared. .43, 80, 82, 158, 165 

Jared V 83, 163 

Jared William 71 

Jason 52, 104 

Jabon W 104, 197 

Jasper... 19, 30, 31, 56, 58 

Jar^per G 119, 222 

Jeaniiette K 162 

Jedediah....i9, 2S, 29, 34, 
no, III, 210 

Tedediah W ! 12 

Jeduthan 72, 145 

Jehiel ^o 

Jehiel M 82 

Jemima 24, 103, 107 

Jennett 77 

Jennette 226 

Jennie 140 



Jennie C 226 

Jennie M 229 

Jeremiah... 7, S, 9. 12, 13, 
"16, 17, 20, 25, 34. 122, 225 

J^-rn-li'i 26,"vio,.4S, 53, 

63, 64, 71 

Jeri>lKi H IC9 

Jc^^e... .26. 38, 49, 5c, 5J, 
64, 72, 99, loi. 102, 
130, 146, 191, 20;. 

Je-se D 170 

Tesse Marvin I'jo 

'Jiif><i S 51. 101 

Joel. 26, 51, 65, 96, 98, 99, 
100, io"2, 105,' 132, 17s, 
1S4, 1S7, 1S9', 19;, 190. 

I Joel M .^.....'■l32 

Joel ? I9S 

Joel V\ iibur 193 

' Johannah i)\ 

J<^;iii...S, I J, 14, iS, 19, 20, 
-5- 31. 34, 47. ^S- 4?. 5t. 
57, 60, 65, 67, 69. 78, 85, 
92, g^^, 94, 97, 99, 10.1, 
loi. !03, 125. i^^], 13.], 
13;, 139, 140, 146, i'oo, 
17S, iSo, 185, iQr. i92. 
20.J, 220. 

[ohii A 96, 140, UT, 

tSg, iS: 

Tchn Albert 74, i^S 

jolui A-a ;So 

John D lO!, I ?6, (44, 

' 163, 196, 217 

, John C 70, 103, I4.2, 

lS5, 195 

John Giark I ! 9, 222 

John D 138 

John E iii 

John Eiisha !26 

John F 1^6, I9I, 20^, 

228, ijz 

John Ferris 72 

John Forbe:> 152 

John Ct i 1 o 

John H '95. •''-3> 

John Henry 126, 229 

John i I adson 234 

John L iS6, 190 

John M.....61, 64, 127, 205 
John Moore.... S3, 106, 203 

•«. N ."...icS, 203 

John P 16!, 173 

ohnPP .29,232,235 

ohn 5... 1 16, I9f, 19S. 217, 
225, 220, 229 

Jolin Sears 50, 12I, 

123, 22S 

! John Se<]:r*vick 123 

I John .Smith 130 



2U 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



John T 212, 2!Q 

Jolui W 156, 160 

John Walter 74, 147 

Johii ^Ve^ley 159 

Jona.. 21 

Jonathan 22, 41, 76, 92 

151. 176 
Jonathan Richard 4 r , 

76, 154 

•'-J.oseph...S, II, 15, i6, 19, 

20, 22, 32, 34, 3S. 60, 

62, 63, 71, 107, 12S, 130, 

145. 206, 230. 

Joseph A 120, 175, 223 

Joseph C 179 

Joseph ¥. 143 

Joseoh FrankU::...!23, 227 

Joseph H 54, 112 

Joseph V no, 210 

Josephino E 1 ,S2 

Josephine McCorinick..236 

Josephus 92, 176 

Joshuii.13, 22, 40. 107, 205 

Jo.-.hiia S 86, 167 

Josiah 1 16, 2i6 

Jo&iah J..56, 115, liO, 215 

Judith 31, 62, 121, 122 

J u 1 s o n A I y 9 

Ju!ia. 72, 78, 113, 128, 176 
Julia .v. ..93, 100, 165, 169 

JuiiaA. M 236 

Julia Amanda 129 



Julia Ann. 



•73. 



[ulia AuL,^i>ta 229 

Julia E 227 

Julia Francc> 160 

Julia M 136, 213 

Julia Mary 192 

Julia Merriit 160 

Julia \V 149, 207 

Julius loi, 184 

Juhus B 1S6 

Julius J iSo 

Junius Mat.-)On 234 

Justus 94, 180 



Kate E 

Katie Louise. 
K. K 



[28 



LaFavette 149 

I^amira 116 

Landing 91 

l^ura 70, 142,202 

Laura A 212 

I^ura Ann 100 

I-aura IJ 17S 

Laura J 174 



Laura M 178, 179 

Lavina.44, 46, 87. 164, 174 

Leander H 197 

Leander R 217 

Lebbeu^ 31, !;9 

Lee 28 

I-'^'^Hiel 25,55 

1-^^'na 217 

Leonard 90. 1 74 

Leon (iibbs 2:2 

LeR.^vr 172 

LeRoy S 174 

Lester S 116, 216 

Levi. ..48, 95, 98, 181, 188 

Levi H 200 

Levi X 181 

'■^"•^'iS 147 

Lewis 4'3, 70,92, 133 

174. 177, 2CO 

Le-.vis A. 1 21S 

Lev.i>l; IQ5 

Le-.vi- F i^S 

L<^^vi.f^ "7 

Lewis M 161 

Le'Ais\Villian"i 177 

Llewellyn C 22S 

1 ih^Tty B 129 

Linu-.'. 187 

Linus M ....13.5 

Lizetta ;6i 

Lizzie 210 

Lodema A. B 123 

Lois 55, 61, 2IJ. 

Lois Catharine 121 

Lorenzo D 120 

Loretta E 204 

Loruamy 27 

Lot .' 56, 118 

Lottie A 20S 

Lottie M 163 

Louisa. 101, 115, 14S, 

153, 192, 220 

I^iuisa II 219 

Louisa Jane 113 

Loui-a L 123 

Louisa M loS, 124 

Louisa Matilda 125 

Lo\ando B 216 

Lovisa 30. 56, 115 

l/.'.vly 9& 

Luciari 171 

Lucina 49, 230 

L'.icina I' IC(; 

Luoinda...6i, 63, 133, 1S3, 
191, 203 

Lucinda Ann 192 

Lucinda H 203 

Lucinda C 188 

Lucrelia 63, 92, 

103, £12 



: Lucy 49. 60, 6t„ 654 

97: 105. 13c 

1 Lucy A 227 

I Lucy Adelaide 168 

I Lucy Burnliaui I.ci 

I Lucy Jane 132, 202 

I Lucy L IS; 

! LucyM 174 

Lucy Rockwell 126 

Luther 29, 37, 43, 70 

; Luther P 54 

j Lydia.14. So, 106, 130, 1.8', 
195, (09, 200 

Lydia A 130, 188, 219 

; Lydia Ann 170, 200 

! Lvdia B 0,9, 183 

i Lydia E '.....iZ' 

'■ Lydia O if-.'j 

: 1.) man. 55, 59, 1 1 5, 133, J 7: 

Lyman M.. iqo 

Lyman P !8'i 

'■ Lyrnan Z 1 1 4, 213. 214 

; LyraR ..222 

! M 

iMahalaM 115 

Mahlon io'i 

: Mahlon C 19; 

^L'd^ ina A 176. 2 1 ( 

I Maii-,ba P 2iS 

; Marcus H 222 

i Marcus S 223 

Ma;-y;arec 107, 139 

}>rargavet Ann 154 

-Margaret Ann E 17; 

; Mai-jjaret DeVan 125 

■ Margnret F^iizabeth iy~ 

^I^'-i^ 73. 75. 7"^, ^^ 

86. 122. 140 

iMariaE '. ;.I27 

MariaGfCjn i;.i 

Maria L ! i' 7 

Maria Louisa i:;2 

I Maria S 188 

; Maria T 155, 156 

• Marianne T79 

1 Mariette 1 1 5 

i Maritta A 226 

.Marietta J i"^l 

,^^^^^^'^^ 79 

! Marion 22: 

; Marion A ioS, 127 

Mark 187 

i Mar-hall 197 

: .Martha. ..'8, 10, 21, 30, 45, 
! So, 98, T'g, 201, 220 

.Martha A I93, ?95, 220 

i Martha C '...22^, 

I Martha E 167 

! Martha J i8y 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



245 



Martha L 173 

Martha T 1-7 

M;irtip. 52, 105 

Martin B 199 

Martin H I9S 

Marvior ?.j6 

Mir\-.I4, 17, ly, 20, 2t, 22, 
2 J, 24, 26, 2S, 29, 31, 
37. jS, 39> 40, 4'. 47 
•4S, 59, 61, 65, 65, 6y, 7:, 

72, 73, 75. 70, iS, 79, 

So, 81, 84, 87, oS, 99, 
102, 104, I iS, 12S, 130, 
141, 143, 152, 13J, 171, 
172, 176, 1S3, /.9;, 192, 
194, 233. 
Mary A.. 92, 139, [44, 173, 
'75. 179. 2?2, 219, 224, 
22S, 233. 

Mary Araanda , 1 5S 

Mary- Ann. ...56, I i 2, I I 7, 
132, 150, 17S, 201, 
220, 234. 

\ . NL-irv B 166,193 

^ Mar^-C 146, 22I 

Marv Clark S5 

Mary D. E 217 

Mary F^ loo, 118,131, 

145, 156, 166, T69, 177, 
iSo, 210, 212, 215, 222, 
224, 231. 
Mary Elizabeth... . 159, 227 

Marj-ette 150 

Mary F 174, 196 

Mary H 162, 232, 233 

Mary Haine.- I2[ 

Mary- 1 231 

Mar\- J 1S6, 202, 20S 

Mary Jane 124, 213 

Tvlary Jane M 176 

Mary L 150, 177, 221 

Mary Louisa 230 

Mary -M 85, 129. 162 

Mary Martha 153 

Mary P S3, 135 

Mary R 70, 207 

Mather 32, 63, 12S 

Matilda 75, 100, 17S 

^LatildaM 190 

Matthew 33, 58, 64, 121 

Matthew D 120 

Matthew G 114, 130, 

214, 233 

Matthew J 121, 224 

May Augusta 229 

Mehitable...27, 33, 60, 64, 

77. 7S, 133 

^^ehitable A 188 

MehitableC 131 

Melissa 94 



! Melissa M 219 

' Melliccnt M 1S2 

Melville 217 

Melvm D 134 

■ MensoW 113 

Merab 94 

Mer>;v 2; 

Merton 211 

-Miles 51, 102, 192 

Miio 184 

M. Lnogeue 1S2 

Mindwell A 127 

Minerva L 124 

Miranda 193, 198 

MiranJa F 119 

Miriam 63, 192 

Michael 32 

Moliy 46 

I ?.Iontguniery 140 

1 Morgan ,52 

Mortimer 201 

. Mo-,es 37, 69, 156 

I Munson 99, 183, 1S9 

I Myra 1S5 

; Myron C 2:6 

l^iyro"^^ 131 

Mvroii H 112, 212 

MvTon K ;.233 

Myron \V 211 

.. Myrta 122 

[ M}Ttilla M 161 

N 

Nancy 64, Si, 93, 

100, 105, 198 

Nancy D 120 

Nancy L 117 

Nancy M 170 

Nancy Rosaline.. 196 

Nathan 35, 44, 46, 67, 

68, 85. '122, 134, 137, 
138, 167, 172, 225. 

Nathan B 138 

^ Nathan E 139, 164 

j Nathan G 139 

I Nathan Reed 85 

: Nathaniel. ..16, 19, 21, 30, 
1 32, 39, 40, 52, 56, 62, 
65, 74, 118, 132, 174, 
218, 233. 

Nathaniel L 16S 

Nathaniel S 88, 169 

Neheiniah...u, 86, 87, 168 

Nellie A 228 

Nelson C 113, 213 

Nelson E 179 

Nelson H 115, 216 

Newton 113 

: Newtun G 187 

Newton L. E 129, 231 



Nicholas 26, 51 

Ninette 117 

N. Jennetie 125 

Noah D 195 

Noblft 87, 190 

Nora 235 

Nora E 209 

NorthruD J 133 

Norman 197 ■ 

O 

Obadiah Si. 161 

Olive 51, loi, 194 

Olive Jane 192 

Olive L 55 

Oliver. ...58, 120, 192, 224 

Oliver C iSS 

Oliver J 121, 224 

Ophelia 14S 

Orana? 198 

Orilla 196 

Orin 187 

Orinda 1S4 

Orlando 1S5 

Orlina 220 

Orpha 87 

Orrin gS 

Orrin M 12S, 230 

Oscar 16^ 

Oscar D 1:53 

Oscar J Itn, 221 

Otis 214 

Ovando S. X I2y, 2^2 

P 

Palmer...;?., 120, 122, 225 

Palmer D 223 

Pamelia 9S, 20a 

Pamel 29 

Pamy T 117 

Pa-'^cil'P 6.V, 130, 233 

Patience 48 

I'atty 49, 51 

Paulina J 212 

Peggy 57 

PeiegC IC3 

Permelia 1S7, 194 

Persis L 108 

Peter. ...17, 24, 28, 43, 5-L 

61, 88, 89, 103, 104, III, 

196, 197, 212. 

Peter J 212 

Peter Lord 130 

P. Galatian i;2 

Phallv i35 

Phally A 190 

Phebe. .17. 22, 31, 43, 52, 
57, 58, 61, 62, 6'3, 79, 
104, 107, 132. 
Phebe Ann 176 



:^40 



PECK OEXEALOGY — INDEX. 



I'hebe C 193, 224. 

I'hebe D 119 

Phobe Dorr 121 

Pliebe K 132, 202 

PhebeW 76 

Phebe Willis 160 

Philan.ler 194 

Philander A.. 96 

Philena 194 

Philo S9, 97, 171, iS^ 

PhiletusB....i35, 137, 236 

I'hilip Curran 23^ 

Phineas 46 

Phineas C 1S2 

Phineas P 1S2 

Piatt 134 

Plummer W 11^ 

Polly, ...39, 47, 54, 55, 63; 
69, 103, 105, III, 

133. 194. 199- 

PoIivL 114 

PoUy M 114 

Prewy 3S 

Pri.-.ci'!la 



^9 

Prudence 21S 

Pruella S4 



Rachel 17, 21, 23, 

25. 37. 43- 44> 46, Si 

Rachel A 215 

Rachel O 215 

Ralph 75, 149 

Ransel I 71 

Relx^cca 42, 63, 79, 126 

142, 147 

Reed 84, 14c 

Reulx.-n 45. S7 

Reuben X 169 

Reynold 31, 59, 124 

Reynold M 62 

Re}Tiold Mar\-in 125 

Rhoda 39, 104, 157 

Rhoda K 71 

Rhuarna 130 

Rials 20S 

Richard.33, 34, 51, 65, 77, 
90, loi, 102, 122, 131, 
132, 151, 155, 173, 194, 

226, ZT,^, 234. 

Richard D 120 

kicliai J E no, 210 

Richard II 121, 224 

Richard 1 119, 221 

Richnrd Seaman 153 

Richard Sears 58, 121 

Richard W 223, 231 

Robert 17, 24,44, 46, 

Robert C .'.i',2 



Roliert II 224 

Robert K 13S ' 

Robert M 233 

Ri ibort Schuyler 163 

Roderick A 147 I 

Rollin , 150 

Roswell C no, 209 

Roxaiia 4S, 94 

Ruania 64 

Ruaiua H i.ni J 

Ruana S9, 171, 172 j 

Rudolph A 147 I 

Rufus 47, Si, 93 

Rufus T 134 1 

Rus,L-!l uu' 

Russell S 203 I 

Ruth.... 12, 14, i3. iS, 20, 1 

21, 24, 25, 36, 42, 53. ' 

6S, So, i3j;. 

RuthE 223: 

Ruth M 175 ; 

s 'i 

Salina 102 > 

Salina Caroline 176 ! 

Sallie 232: 

Sally. ..46, 47, 70, 76, 105, ' 
114, 132, 134' 

Sally Ann 92 1 

Sally L 71 j 

Sally Marin 13S j 

Saniantha 193 .• 

Samuel. 12, 15, 16, 1 8, 20, j 
21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, I 
34, 37. 42, 47, 48, 49, , 

51, 52, 61, 65, 69, 70, : 
76, 81, 82, 83, 95, 96, i 
98, 99, 102, 103, 116, 
127, 140, 141, 143, 15S, , 
164, 185, 1S7, 193, 2171 

Samuel B 95, 1S2 | 

Samuel C 161 i 

Samuel D 120, 2231 

Samuel E 206 [ 

Samuel F .^ 70, 142 

Samuel G !".... .56, 117; 

Samuel Giles 32, 60 j 

Samuel GrifFm 30, 56 I 

Samuel I II9, 221 ! 

^'^-muelj 145 I 

Samuel Jones 163 

Samuel M 175 ; 

Samuel T 193 ; 

Samuel \V I7t') : 

Samuel William 187 ' 

Sands F 39 I 

S.i.nfjrd 93, 142, 178 

Sarah... 15, 19, 23, 24, 27, 

55. 39. 4". 41. 43' 49. 
59, 66, 68, 73, 78, 79, 



83, loi, 102, 107, lit, 
126, 139, 143, 158. 1S3, 

195, 20I, 227. 

Sarah A 124, 13S. 142, 

2 11, 225 
Sarah Ann.... 76, III, 12S, * 
160, 105 

Sarah C 30. 20^ 

Sarah E.,..73, S3, 123. 140 

153, 162, 170, 187, IQO, 

191, 202, 2;o. 

S.arah Eliza ~. r6S r 

Sarah Elizabech 163 

192, 195 

Sarah Ellen I 13 

Sarah F 223 

Sarah G S8 

Sarah Jane 169, 199 

.'^arah K 164 

Sarah L,.86, 177, 22tj. 227 

Sarah Lucrelia 233 

SarahM 139 

Sarah N 236 

Sarah P 152 

Sarah R 179 

Sorah S 156, 2!2- ■ 

Sarah T. E.... 224 

Sarah Walton 125 

^^th...: 1S4 

Seth 1 230 

Seth M 132, 2C2 

Seth .Marvin ,io6, 202 

Seth S 60, !2G 

S. Euij'cne iS* 

S. France> 231 

Sey^nour W 20^1 

Sidney 195 

Sidney S 211 

Silas. .'.19, 30, 55, 56, 113. 
n5, 117, 210 

Silas II Ii4 

Silas R '/.4 

Simeon 33 

Simon S 199 

Smith Ely 207 

Smith W ;34 

Solomon 38, 42, 72, 81, 

145. i93 

Solomon C 68, 139 

Solomon T 139 

Solon I) 03 

; Sol.in L 182 

; Sv'i,h:a....82, [40, ini, i.'^f*. 

200, ZCK) 

I Sophia F 124 

i Sophroiiia 104, .'99 

j Spencer T 23O 

j Stella T ilvJ 

I Slepiiei: 39, 60, 66, 74, 

I H7. -P 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



247 



Stephen C 159 

Stephen r" 73 

Stephen L....60, iiS, 12;, 
21S, ai'g 

•Stephen N 134^ 137 

Stephen Northrup..66, 133 

Stephen S 74 

Stephen V 139 

Strong L 213 

Susan 74, 85, 97, 

102, 143 

Su>an Ann 151 

Susan F 193 

Susanna iS, 26, 31, 39 

Susannah 22, 49, 56, 57 

Sylvanus.69, 122, 140, 227 

Sylvanus G 166 

Sylvester B 200 

T 

TabithaE in 

Tamina 137 

Tamma A 137 

Tanima R 140 

^Tamrny E 172 

Tennant 102, IC4, 

194, 19S 

Tenty A 160 

Tem'ia J 212 

Thankful 22 

Thankful M 116 

Theodore 194, 206 

Theodore D no, 20S 

Theodore E 211 

Theodore H 156, 209 

Theodo.iia 7S, 155, 235 

Thenphilu... 17, 27,, 34, 41, 
42, 49, 79, So, 96, 160 

Thomas 21, 39, 42, 59, 

74, Sr, 122, 160, 227 

Thomas B loS, 163 

Thomas II 77 

Thomas J 61 

Thomas J. L 176 

Thomas Lavender 15 1 

Thomas M 167 

Thomas R 124,229 

Thomas R. Gold.. 125, 229 

Thomas Re\-nold.> 229 

Tiniothy....;. 53, 107 

1 imoihy IloIIi> 107,207 

Tracy L 221 



Truman.. 
T. Smuil. 
Tunis 



..91 
.150 



U 



Urbine 216 

Uriah 46 ' 

Urina 137 | 

Urina A 214 I 

Ursula S 211 ] 

V 1 

Venie Cush 232 ' 

Vinton 124, 22S ! 

Volutia 1 84 j 



29 I 



W 

ait-^till 5S 

ailace 199 

allace F 146 

allace R 210 

allis U 215 

alter 74, 14S, 149 

alter B 1S4 

alter C 14^ 

alter liver 166 

alter l'. 167 

alter R 20<j 

alter S 231 

alter W 133 

arren 204 

arren J 230 

ashington C 209 

atrous 59, 123, 22S 

at>onC 131 

eaithy 133 

e~lev 214 

hitt^cldH 1S2 

hitman S2, 161 

ilbur E 210 

illr.irll 172 

ilLird 232, 235 

iilard P 213 

illard S 21-2, 21 S 

illiam. ...7, 9, iS, 21, 27, 
29. 32, 33< 34. 35^. 39. 
53. 57, 62, 63, 64, 65, 70, 
73> 75' 77' ^2, 85, S8, 
90, 93, 106, 122, 131, 



William A 20.S 

\\illiam B 123, 170, 215 

William C 162, 191, 220 

William Charles 21S 

William D 56, II5, 192 

William E 54, S7, ni, 

158, 162 

William F 146 

William G 231 

William H 72, 74, 78, 

113, 131, 143, 146, 147. 
148, 149, 156, 178, I So, 
228, 233. 
\\ illiam Henry 152, 

215, 230 

\> illiam ilouard I5> 

Wiliiaiii J 86, 166. 107 

William Jackson 73 

William K 127, 230 

William L 107, 127, 220 

Wiiiiam Lewis 152, 

160, 166 

Wniiam M 73 

William 203, 213 

William P 156 

Wiiiiam K 92, 177, 197 

Wii'.i.im I'oberc T 75 

^Vi^iam S 1 I 5. 1S3, 2;; 

William T ..144, 197 

Wiiiiam Tappan i ao 

William W 14; 

^\'illiam!na 165 

\\ iiiette it; 

WilUe A 1-2 

Willie C 20a 

Willie E 2;o 

Wiilie M 173 

Willv 172 

Wibnot D 22<) 

Wil>on 92, 175, 214 

Winheld S ':j^, 234 



Vale. 



149- 



i^ 



3D' 



102, 



'4: 

163, 165, 169, .y^, 1/3, 

•77> i7''>, iS>3, 191, 2oi, 
204, 203. 



Zacliarv.. 
Zena. :.I. 
Zilla 



Zipp>')!"ah. ... 
Zipporali K. 
Zuckner 2vl. . 



.56, IK 

I ! 



INDEX 

OF SURNAMI-.S IN THK WORK OTIIKR THAX PECK. 



The figures refer to the pages. When the same name occurs more liian ones k'\ 
the same page only the first is mentioned by name ; the others on that page beiiv 
designated by figures. 



Abrams 

Adam;-. 20, 

Adee 

Adleblute 

Aikin 

Aiiis worth 

Akley 

Albert>on 

Alby 

AMrich 

Allen... loi, 114, 123, 1 
142, 152, 179, 196, 

Alvord loi, 

Ahvard 

Amick 

Anderson i ^, 

Andre 50, 

Andreus 11, 12, 

Andru- 

Anthony 

Applebee 1 94, 



,.i9 
•4j I 

112 i 

205 ; 

i 

4 ! 

207 1 

161 

.92 



Archer. 



....jt 



Arnold 96, 123 

Atuater.i2, 13, iS, 4S, 93 

Austin 14, 90 

Averill 108, 109 

Avery 75, So, 91, 208 

Ayres 197 

B 

Dacon 133 

Badgley 14.} 

Bailey.. ..^5, loi, 104, 105 

Baird ". 36 

Baker 88, 131, 153 

Ealch 17S 

Baldwin 51, 117, 179 

Ball 59 

Banks 71, 79 

Barber 15 

Barclay 1S8 

Bard 14G 

Earkei 75, 97 



Barkley 1S8 

E ir iiard 2^, 2 20 

Barne-^.51, 8y, 94. 99, 17S 

Bcirnuni 155 

Cartlett 202 

r..i.-.com 1 96 

Ba>sett 27 

Bates 54, 160 

Bcacli 87, loi, 103 

Bcckwith 27, 31, 45, 

58, 116, 124 

Beebc 67 

f'^f-^ loi, 15^, 193 

Leldmg 2t 

Benedict 105, 138 

Benham 48 

Beinet 208 

Bennett. ..59, 66, 13S, 154, 
193, JOO 

Bergen S3 

Bevins 1S6 

Bcttis 85 

Bickford 112 

Bigelow 105 

Bill 108 

Bingham 1 30, 2 1 9 

Bidiop 45, 81, 187, 204 

Blackman 22 

Blakeman 93 

Blake-^ley 181 

Blanberrj- 66 

Bloodgo.xl 83 

BI ( )s-nni 20 ^ 

li'xlge 218 

Bogert 185 

Bogu! ;6 



P'ohanan 92 

Bootman 151 

Bi:)rdwt;ll (97 

Boiwell 74 

Boughton 226 

Bounty 158 

B.Hittm 142 

Bo well 203 



I Bradford 200 

Bnidlev 14 

CramcJe.... 61 

' Bremner 85 

; Bretett 79 

' Bridges iy2 

• Briggs t02. ! 12 

Broad 104 

; Brocket ;S 

! Brockway .^^. 5;, foS, 

i 139, 207, 230 

I Bromley n i 

■ B\c.n-;ou 95, 90. 215 

1 Biooks 26, aS, 8('', 9.1. 

■ 129, 152 

Brov. n 44, 35, 73, ^o, 

, 1^9. 15S, 173/190, I-,-', 
200, 20;, 221. 

I'rimdage 60, Hi 

• Bry::nt .'....89 

[ Buchanan 212 

Buckley iiTjr. 

: Buckout 2'- 

: Buddin-ton loi 

: Burdick in. 212 

Burhan- iq-; 

: Burlinganie u/j 

I Burlingham 134 

Burman 105 

' Burt 126, 1^,2 

Budi 131 

''"!!«!■ -231 

I'r.'tnn So 

C 

Italic 2i 

Calh.)un 107. 

, Calkins 6''< 

; Calleiider S5 

I Cameron j 34 

; Camjibell in, i.iS 

jCanfield -/• 

I Cannon 77 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



LUO 



Card 194 

Caihart 92 

Carpenter St 

Carr 1S4 

Carrington 9S 

Carson 203 

CartuTight 142 

Case 105, 122, 201 

Caulkins 19, 59, 64 

Chadwick 5S, 62, 65 

Chaffee 69, 137 

Chamberlin 51, 103 

Champen 19 

Champion 30 

Champlin...,...59, 121, 231 

Chapel 69 

Chapin 55 

Chapman 105, 133 

Chase 204 

Cheney 45 

Chittenden 29 

Churchill 54, 132 

Cipperly 115 

Clapp iiS 

Clapper 90 

Cbrk 19, 29, 39, 53, 

58, 62, 64, 90, 97, 127, 
129, 137, 139, 140, 149, 
199, 220. 

Classen 40 

Cleveland 133, 211 

Clogston 16 

Close. ..23, 36, 3S, 42, 160 

Clow 195 

CIowTier 209 

Coats 45 

Cobum 200 

Coe 9S 

Colburn 91 

Colby no 

Cole 15, 66, 194 

Colgrove 54 

Collins 26, loS, 215 

Colt 32 

Colwell 68 

Comstock.63, 65, 122, 231 

Congar 77 

Conicey 118 

Conklin 52 

Cook 66, 192 

Cooke 95 

Cooley 115, 220 

Coon 1 17 

Cooper 164 

Corlis 33 

Cni-nell 76, 77, 89 

Cornish 193, 194 

Cornwallis 33, 50 

Couch 65 

Coulaut 72 



Co-.vles 191 

Crabb 7S 

Cr.ip.ey i S5 

Crave r 90 

Crnwr.ud 2^:^^ 

Criltemlen io6 

Crosby 53,67, 231 

Cross 197 

Crouch 105, 200 

Crowell 53 

Culver 19S 

Curran 235 

Curtiss 21, 57, 102 

Cuiter 50 

Cutting 55 

D 

Dally 74 

Damon 100 

1 )ane5i 1 86 

Dann 122, 132 

Darling 139, 196 

Darro \v 1 20 

Davenport 7, 9 

Davies 153 

Davis 89, 90, 134, I4S, 

162, I S3 

Davison 19S 

Day 103, 209 

Dean 50 

Decker 91 

Delwlt 211 

Dee 56 

Delgado 152 

DeMunn loi 

Dcnman S5 

Dcming 59 

/Denton 175 

Derby 137, 141 

Deuev 46, 89, 112, 150 

DeWolf 30 

Devo 160 

Dibble 202 

Dickerman 189 

l^iniion 59 

Dimmick 103 

Dingee 92 

Dixon 106, 114, 132, 

200, 201 

Doan 102 

Do<lge 50 

Donnelly 156 

Doolittle 14.25, 26 

Dorr 31, 121 

i^f^ty 74 

Douglass 58 

Doud 26 

Dov.ii 203 

Downing 99 

Drake.. ..79, 121, 160, 175 



' Dii" s 


,_ 


i Dunidiit 


I C I 


1 1 tuntiam 


s- 


1 Dunnell 


[ ■>n 


1 Diirfee 


ir,- 










1 

! Eaton 7 

j Edwards.... 


E 

9. 64, 109. 207 


1 Egbert i-c 


Ellis 




1 Elmore 


8^ 


1 E!>ton 




Ieiv 


18, 28 


Emmon> 


...29. 153. 209 


Evans 


68 


, Everett .. 


-('> 


E\ert- 

, EwcU 


10;, 200 

^04 


I'ainveathci 


F 

... I ^ I 




Fargo 


L^-' i'^- 


Farn-.\vorih 

■ Fellows 


^2 






; Ferris... T 2, 
j'>, 40. 4 
1 74. 137. 
Field . . . 


20. 21. 22, 37, 

J, u7. 09, 71. 

..... ." 62 


Filkins 

Filhnore.... 
Fin'-h 


UMj, 107 

ri7 


Fi-h 


..I ij, 17 r, 1- ' 


Fisher 

Fisk 


0(;, 123 

...KiO 


Fiske .- I >s 


Fitch 


9, Q ^ 


Fletcher.... 
Florence — 


24, 91 


Ford 




Foreman.... 
Forman 


56, 114 

....21 


Fo- . .. 


. 218 


Foitf'r . . 


"■ ^ 80 00. US 






Fox . .. 


.. .( 1 0, 21S 




'lO 


Franklin.... 


^33- '59 


F-reebnd... 
Freen;an. . 


..38. (99, 20] 







250 



PEOK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



Frisbie. 
Frost... 
Fuller.. 



.6, 129. 



Fullcrton.... 

Fulton 119, 12; 



Gage 1S5 

Galpin 17 , 

Gdlup 230 • 

Gardenier 173 

GiT^uAd 92 

Garrison 2^5 

Gates 31, 57, 200 

Gaultry ' 104. 

Gay I cx^ 

Geciney Su 

George 73 

GibLs 117, 119 

Gib-^or; 130 ' 

Gilbert 15, 62, 187, 22.'5 , 

Gillett 49, 5S, 59, loo, 

107, 120, 132 . 

Ghnbrcde 144 

Girvan 73 

Glover S7 

Godfrey 40, 63 

Gold..." 60 I 

Goodell 131 j 

Goodrich 205 j 

Good.ell 193: 

Good-peed 114 ' 

Goniea 76 

Go-slee 96, 9S, 

194. 195 ; 

Gotsberger 149 

Goidd 123, 152 

Graham 40, 54 ! 

Grant 75, 220 ! 

Graves 66, 99 ' 

Gray 1S6, 220 ', 

Greeley 123 

Green. 55, 60, 75, 99, 13S, 
171, 199, 201, 202, 220 

Griggs no 

Griffin '. 15, 65 

Guernsey 17, 24, 175 

Guilford 202 ' 

Guile H2 

Gunn 96 

H i 

Habbertun 153, 155 

Hacklenian 73 

Hager 105 

Haggerty 209 

HaighL 20, 23, 44,45 

Haines i-jS 

Hale 220 



Kail. 26, ;i}, 45, 4S, 49, 51. Hudgeon 220 

58, 65, 94, 95, 179, 226 Hudson 135 

Hallett 200, 202 Hue<ton 129 

Hallock 203 Hull... .26, 49, 97, 9S, 103 

Ilandlton loS, 119, 131 Humphrey I2v 

Hanipti.n 162 Huntnig 5S, 16S 

Harper 153 Huntington 33, 55, 112 

Harriman 60 Huntley 30, 54, 56, 6^ 

Harris 72, 167, 205 Hurd..! 95 



Han 

Har\ev.. 
Ha-call.. 
iraskins. 



■4'y, 50. 153. 



160 Hu>ted 43. 219 

[ 72 Hutchins 199 

Hyde 99 



Ingraham. 
Inl:.irs(.ll.. 



20 


I)-,r..r.r...., 






.119 


^1 


hes 


.^?, 9 b 


102. 


I So 


■S7 










;27 




,1 






.76 


Tack son. . 


141, 


176. 


19S. 


13 


Jacobs..., 






.220 



Jacocks lol 

69, 70 James 123 

;56 Janes : S9 



134 
154 

li'^-:ii^Ss 131 ^ 

Hauh 36, iiS 

H.'.ttield So 

Hauuht.. 
Ilaviland 
Hayne-^.. 
I!az..-ltint 
Heard..., 
Heaih.... 

Hendee I2T 

H-nning 
Herbert. 

H-.-~ I4S jenerds , 12. 

Hiblard X41 Jenkins IIT 

Hickman ~S Jennings 2ro 

Hicks 112 Jerome 227 

Higbie 139 Jessup 3S. 72 

Higby 6S Toc^slyn 15*" 

Higgins 31 Johnson. 16, iiS, zy. 3S, 49, 

Hines 225 51, 60, So, S4. ic8. 113, 

Hinsdale 89, 173 114, 153, 1S3, tSj, 190, 

Hitchcock iij. i 105, 2i2, 2!0. 

Ilitt 149 Jones 68, S3, 106, 

Hobart 66 ^ 129, 140, I44r 154. ''^b 

Hobby. ..41, 44, 74, 80, 81 183, 196, 198. 

Holad'ay 1S4 Jordan 99, 134 

Holden 84 Joy tl7. 

Holdridge Ill Judah 39 

Holley..". 85, 199 Judd 193 

Holmes 43 Judson 142, ioo 

Holt 8 Jane 132 

Holton 52 

Homan 20I K 

Hone\"vvell 41 Keeler Sz 

Hopkins... iS, 45, 124, 138 Keith 77 

Horton 77 Kelly 222 

H'.).-,ford 97 Kendrick 137, i'J'O 

Hosmer 139 Kennedy 68, 194 

Hotchkiss 199 Kent 5'^ 

Hough 94 Ken-.\or'.hy 87 

Howard 1S9, 206.- Keyes 97 

g\'.orth 2i9 

all '85 

1 3^.08 

.32, 59, 80, 1 1 i 



Howe 116 Kilh 

Hov.ell 33 Kini 

Hoyc 21, 78. 92, 142 Kinc 

Hub';)ard 35, 56, 86, Kii:;. 



116, 187 . King-ley.... 



tlubl)el l8( ' Kiune. 



• 537. '55 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



251 



Kinney 134 | 

Kitdiell 9, III ' 

Kline 206 

i^i--iFP 23, 37, 3S, 43. : 

44. 45. «90 , 

Kno'.vles 1 14 : 

Knowlton 5(3, 197 ; 

KriJer iiS ' 

. - ! 

L-i^y 29 , 

LaJJ 53; 

La^orge S5 [ 

I/imerson 90 | 

Lamphere 53, 57 

I.ane loi j 

Lappens 213 ! 

Lasher 150 

I.atham llS ' 

Lathrop 14, 12S ; 

!,atimer 32, 57, 125 , 

Latly 122 

I-^ud 7 

I^wrence 122 j 

Lawton 44 

T-iy 19, 31, 60' 

La^elle 37 

I^ach 124 

Leavens 5S 

Leavenworth 18 

•15. 31. 32, 3S, 124, 

I2S, I4S, 22S : 

Lefferson 129 j 

I^Fever 198 I 

Lester 98 I 

I-ewis 59, 77, iiS[ 

Leverich 154 

Lillie Ill ', 

Lincoln loS 

Linkletter 21 ! 

Little 16S 

Lockwood...i6, 22, 25, 38, 
41, 47, 70, 92, 93 

Long 200 

Loper 66 

Lord 19 

Lounsbury 93 

Lowere , 77 

lyOwury 219 

Luddmgton 17 : 

Lyman 125, 126 i 

I-yon 42, 7h 7S, 

79- ^A, 159 i 

M I 

Mack 52, 90 ! 

Madill 236! 

Mahan 137 j 

MaUby 211 | 

Manchester !I2 i 



Manly 99, 17S 

Mansfield 25 

Mann 123, 126 

Man\varing....32, !C>7, 131 

Marble 90 

March 122 

Markhnni 71 

Marsh 24, 207 

Marshall 39, 44, 129 

Martin ill 

Marvin iS, 2S, 31, 

32, 64, 107 

Mason 170 

Masters 19S 

Matcham 119 

Matchett 118 

Mather 9, 19, 28, 29, 

33^ 1 28, 231 

Matthewson 33 

Maxvi-ell iii 

Mayo 16S 

McCail no 

McClurc 220 

McCorkle 1S9 

McCormick 236 

McCracken 89 

Mclntyre 60 

McKay 21 

McLaughlin 86 

McLean loS 

McLellan 112 

Mead... 1 7, 22, 30, 40, 42, 
43, 75, So, 81, 82, 85 

Meigs 117 

Merchant 30 

Merrill 76 

Merriman 14, 26, 94 

Merritt ...80 

Mervin 26 

Mendn 97 

Me^erole 152 

Mickle 1S8 

Middleton 123 

Millard 86 

^liiJ*;'- 32, 47- 57. 

66, 72, 80, 90, 100, 149, 
130, 204, 

Mills 152 

Minard 204 

Miner 19, 4c, 121, 123 

Minor 56 

Mitchell 31, €0, 151 

Montgomery 36, 69 

Moon. '..88 

Moore 30, 39, 84, 102, 

156, 20S 

More 194 

Morelarid 120 

^^orga^. 153 

Morley 230 



I Morse. ..62, 119, 134, 135, 
I 18S, 2i8 

j Mosenian S.: 

1 Masher 39 

I Moss II, 4S. 94 

j Munger 65, 203 

Munsoii 9S. 125 

Pf'^-piiy 29 



! N 

! Nash 67, 

|N:^y ••• 

I Nelson 

I Newbury 

jNewdl 

Ne\nn.\n. 24, 38, 74, SS. 

I Newton 

i Nichol. 

I Nims 

I Nodine 

! North 1S3, 

I Northrup 17, 34, 

• XT, 



Norton 100, 179 



Odeil 77 

Odiorne iC', 107 

Oids 100 

Olmsted 1 09 

Oimsbee ..51 

Osborn 60, 138. loS 

Otis iS 

ottL'v ic: 



I I'addock 23 

1 Page 68. 1 '.9, 123 

i Palmer 25, 38. 117, 141 

Pardee i'< 

Parker 49, 50, 54, ii<j 

; Parmelee iS 

I Parot 154. 

I Parsons. 16, 37, 70, 14I, 153 

i Patterson 124 

I Pearson 15, I9 ~ 

Perkins .".lo<:i 

I Peters S6 

I Phelps 66 

' Philips. 64, 66, SS, 116, 170 

; Philip 235 

I Philo 69, .87 

I Phipps 2!9 

Pierce .204 

I Pierson 19, 106. 202 '' 

jl'latt i?.-^^ 

: Polliemm 77 

I Poole iji 

' Porter 106. 133 

i Po'.\.tr.s 109 

J'rali !5, 53, 136 



252 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



Prentiss 135 ■ 

Preston 192 

Prichard 179, 215 

Prouty 113 

Pugh 212 

Purcell 76 I 

Purdy 23, 24, 42, 66, j 

80, 132, 160 ; 



Quin S7 

Quintal d ..47 



Race 

Raines 

Ramsay 74, 

Randall 112, 

Ranger 

Ranney 

Rappler 

Rathb<:)ne 

Ray 

Raymond 46, 47, 

93. 

Reading 

Reals 

Record 

Redtield 

Reed 23, 24, 27, 

42, 60, 63, 65, 

Reeve 105, 116, 

Reeves 

Raid 

Retun 

Rexford 

Reynaiid 

Reynolds. ...17, 20, 37, 

69, 84, 105, 152, 

Rice.. .49, 53, 59, 97, 1 

1 88, 

Richards 

Richardson 

Richmond 76, 

Rick 

Rider 

i^jgys 

Rikeman 

Riley 

Robbins 52 

Roberts 73, 

Robertson 

Robinson 152, 

Rockwell...! 

Rockwood 

Roe 

Rogers. ..84, 115, 140, 

Rooks 

Root 

Roscoe... 



195 



129 

,.66 

,.17 
157 

. 70 
1S6 
loS 
168 
..60 
202 

15' 
203 
220 
194 
150 



Roselle 35 

Ross 107 

Rowley.. ;....! 02, 194, 225 

Rundell 41, 42 

Russ 142 

S 

Sackett 23, 80 

Sage 201 

Salisbury 137, 191 

Sanford. ...16, 96, 178, 182 

S:ms 7S 

Sarle 213 

Sarles 164 

Siitler'.ee 222 

Saunders :.94, 180, 1S4 

Sawyer 61 

Scliauber 68 

Schofield 47 

Scofield 79, 170 

Scott 105, 115 

Scoville 102, 195 

Seagreaves loi 

Sears 31 

Sebum 52 

Secor 44 

Sellick 39, 72, 13S 

Sennet 52 

Severance 196, 197 

SejTnour 51 

Shary I go 

Shattuck iiS 

Sheely 1S5 

Sherman 62, 133 

Sherwood 23, 43, 78, 

80, 85, 90, 159 

Short I9S 

ShuU no 

Shute 87 

Sil! 54, 126 

Simmons 114 

Sisson 45, 62, 68 

Sked 200 

Slate 107 

Slater 15S 

Sloat 1S7 

Slosson 134 

Small ing 184 

Smedley n6 

Smith. ..31, 4.7, ^3, 59, 62, 
63, 6S, 73, 77, 78, 84, 
88, 93, 105, no, 125, 

'39, 141- 151. 157. 17^^. 

184, 189, 204, 2n. 

Smull 73 

SnilTen 82 

Snow n9 

Souies 204 

Southworth 19 

Spencer... 33, 73 



Sperry 15 

Sprague 220 

Squire 97 

Squires icj 

Stasji: 127 

Stage 122 

Stanley 13 

Stanton 95, 105 

Steele 102, 227 

' Steitz S7 

I Stent 14 

j Stephens Si 

I Sterling 124. 

j Stetson 76 

' Stiles nS 

I Stimson n.S 

j St. John 90 

IStoddp.rd 157 

I Stoui 129 

Strangham 193 

I Stratoi n4 

i Street 14 

I Strickland loS 

I Stuart lOf'j. Ii^ 

Stults 117 

I Sull-jn 90 

'' Sullivan :iT., 225 

■ Satten iO.\ 

Sutton I oj. 

j Swan icx'j, 109 

I Swart 76 



' Taft 59, 63, no 

j Taylor 68. 76, 92. 219 

I Teal 91 

jTeed 72 

Temple t:>o 

! Ten Eyck 12; 

Tennan : 51 

I Terpenirg 6;-. 

i Terrill 24 

; Thacher 167 

I Thomas 45, 235 

I Thompson.. 48, 50, 57, 78, 
I 94, loi, 104, 115, i?>., 

I 130- 133, 134, 152, '^0. 

j Thome 77 

^Thurber 14.^ 

!Tibbir=, 01 

JTinHny 267 

i Tinker JT, 52, 59, 122 

;TUus !3^ 

i Toan I93 

i Tobey i'j.\ 

I Todd 95, 157 

■ Tooker icS 

i Toomer sol 

i Toucey 1U2 

I T, 



TowTisend. 



•'97 



PECK GENEALOGY — INDEX. 



253 



Tracv 234 

Trail 135 

Tranger 204 

Tra\-is 197 

Trowbridge 93, 142 

Trumbull 7 

Tubbs 107 

Tucker 61, 126 

Tapper 108 

Turk 19S 

Turner 107, 21S ; 

Tuttle. .51, S9, 92. 94, 102 ■ 
Tyler 4S, Hi, 129, 196 

U i 

Udall 154! 

Upton 1 99 

V j 

Vail 70 j 

Valandingham 222 '■ 

Valentine 72 : 

Valette 219 

Vallier S4 ! 

Van Bergen 60 ! 

Vanderburgh 68 .' 

Van Deu?en 235 i 

Van Dorn 91 ; 

Van Dusen 143 ' 

Van Epps 40, 132 

Van Houter 1221 

Van Loan 70 

Van Norden 163 j 

Van Santford 196 ' 

Van Va'kenburgii I93 1 

Van Vliet 86 | 



Van Wart if>o 

V.i>^ar 154 

\ edder ; 1 39 

Volk 71 

W 

Wader 201 

Wager 226 

Wagoner 176 

Waite 31, 215 

Walker on, 2i^ 

Wallace 23 

Walling 116 

Walthart 201 

Walton 39 

Ward 154, 190 

Warden 127 

Wardv.-o!l 40 

Ware 146 [ 

Waring 39 ; 

Warner 105 i 

Warren 119, 125, 127 

Wa.-,hbum 197, 19S 

Waterbur)- 71 

Waterman 46, 1 71 

Watrous ^t^, ioS ; 

Watson 213 I 

Way 18, 114, 125 i 

Webb 75! 

Webster 194 j 

Weed.. ..17, iS, 35, 70, 84 1 

Weeks 194! 

Wells 70, 71, 107, III j 

Welton 36 I 

Westcott 47 I 

Wetmore 114 



Wheeler 1 2.1 

Vv'heelock 59 

Whitcomb. 52, 96, 102, 193 

White 129, 20i 

; Whiting 46, I45 

: Whitman 99 

Whitney 207 

Whittaker 184 

Whitteniore 121, 201 

^Vicks ....159 

Wilbur 66 

Wilcox 24, 15S, 195 

Wildninn 109 

Wirr;in->on 40, 180 

Wiliard 54 

WiUe> 57 

, \\ illiams. 106, loo. £-^9, 148 

Wills '....^.'...100 

Wilson 46, 79, 87, 107, 

i 123, 124, 201 

I \Vinn loi 

Winters 198 

Woicott 96 

Wood 40, 79. 15S, 184 

Woodruff. 115, 225 

Woodward 92, 139, 199 

Worden 201 

Wright. ..40. 152, 153. iVs 
Wynne 129 

Y 

Yale 15, 50 

Verrington 27, 66 

Young 165 

Youngs 37 



APPENDIX 



JOHN HUDSON PECK, (2628), 



GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS 



WILLIAM PECK OF NEW HAVEN, CONN, 



Hon, Darius Peck. (1363). 



BOOKS CITED. 



GIVEN IN THE ORDER OFTHEiR PUBLICATION. 



I. MEAD'S GREENWICH— Plistorv of the Town 
of Greeinvich, Conn., by Daniel M. Mead, New 
York, 1857. 

n. CALENDAR — Calendar of Historical Manuscripts 
relating to Revolutionary War, Albany, 1868. 

in. WM. PECK GENEALOGY— Genealogical ac- 
count of the Descendants of William Peck by 
Darius Peck, Hudson, 1877. 

IV. ARCHIVES— New York State Archives. New York 

in the Revolution, Vol. I. Albany, 1887. 

V. SAFFELL'S RECORDS— Records of the Revolu- 

tionary War by W. T. R. SafFell, Baltimore, 
1894.' 



Numbers in brackets ( ) refer to the number of 

tlie individual in the male line in Wrn. Peck Genealogy. 



Ill 



NOTE 1. 

ON THE MILITARY SURVICE 

— OF - 

JOHN PECK, (222), 

DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY V.'AR. 



In the "Genealogy" of his famiiv mention is not made 
of participation by John Peck, ( 222), in the war of the- 
Revolution. (Wm. Peck Genealogy p. 34.) The reason is 
obvious. That work was published in 1877. In 186S 
there had been printed bv the State of New York a Calen- 
dar of Historical Manuscripts relating to the Resolutionarv 
war. Among the papers thus made accessible were some 
that apparently throw doubt upon the attitude of John 
Peck during that struggle. It was unquestionabh this pub- 
lication that led the author of the " Wm. Peck Genealogy" 
to withhold any statement on the subject. Means were 
not then at hand to explain records that were doubt- 
less accurate, although they were apparently inconsiiteiit 
with known facts and well authenticated family traditiuii. 
Direct evidence on the subject was not secured until 
several years after the death of the author ofthe "Genealogy'" 
in question. 

The difficulty was this. John Peck, (222), throughout 
the Revolution, resided in Dutchess County, New York; 
from 1772 to I 780 in the present town of Stanford then part 



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of Great Nine Partners and subsequently, until 1788, in 
what is now the town of Milan, then a portion of Little 
Nine Partners. (Wm. Peck Genealogy p. 34.) At the 
time of the Battle of Lexington he was a soldier of the 
State Militia in the company of Captain John Bedell (i Cal- 
endar p. 84, 140.) Soon afterwards an effort was made 
throughout eastern New York, b\- direction of the Congiess 
of the Province, to procure signatures to what was called a 
" General Association." In fact it was an association and 
pledge " to carrv into execution whate\ er measures mav be 
recommended bv the Continental Congress or resolved upon 
by this Provincial Congress for the purpose of preserving 
our Constitution and opposing the execution of the se\eral 
arbitrary and oppressive acts of the British Parliament until 
a reconciliation between Great Britain and America, on 
Constitutional Principles, which we most ardentlv desire, 
can be obtained; and that we will in all things, follow the 
advice of our respective committees, respecting the purposes 
aforesaid, the preser\ation of peace and good order, and the 
safety of individuals and private property" (i Calendar 85.) 
Many, in e\ery locality, at that early stage of the strug- 
gle refused for various reasons, to make this written 
promise. A return was made of those in each precinct of 
Dutchess County who signed the association and also of 
those who refused to sign. John Peck, (222), was among 
those who refused to adopt the terms of the association 
pledge, (i Calendar p. 84.) This fact was evidently the 
occasion for the suppression of the family tradition up to 
that time accepted bv his grandchild, that he was a Revo- 
lutionary soldier and a member of the Continental Line. 
(Meads Greenwich p. 298.) It is interesting to note that 
this latter statement was made for publication in a carefully 
prepared history before the "Calendar" by the same person 
who omitted it from his " Genealogy " after that publica- 
tion. 



Before examining the e\ idcnce now available to show 
conciiisivelv the accuracy of the earUer tradition and its 
consistency with the statements of the " Calendar" we 
should not fail to observe certain other facts that also 
appear in the "■ Calendar" manuscripts. 

The neighbors of John Peck, (222), were greatly divided 
in sentiment on the subject of the " Association." The 
returns filed from Dutchess County, as published, are very 
full. From them it appears that cf about twenty-four 
hundred and fiftv-four persons applied to for their signature^ 
to the " Association" more than one third or about eight 
hundred and seventy-hve refused to sign, (i Calendar 67.) 
Among them were at least two hundred and seventy members 
of the companies that became the Brinckerhoff or Second 
Dutchess Regiment of organized militia. 7>ie military com- 
pany to which John Peck belonged, was August 5, 1775, 
substantially unanimous in rejecting the association, all of the 
officers and seventy-eight of the men uniting in opposition, 
(i Calendar 83, 84, 140.) This action was taken for the 
reason, officially certified at the time, that they " were 
against the measures recommended by Congress for /rc-.v- 
latiiig tlie viiliiia." The eighteen members of the company 
who had signed the association on the i 2th of September, 
1775, elected new officers. The remainder of the com- 
pany having refused to sign for the reason abo\e stated 
voted " unanimously " for the old officers, (i Calendar 140.) 
No question of loyalty was involved. The decision was 
reached for reasons of soldierlv and companv pride. This 
very Brinckerhoff Regiment of militia was twice during tlie 
war called into active service on occasions of general 
alarm. (Archives p. 541.) On at least one other occasion 
a detachment was on duty at Fishkill guarding public 
stores. (Archives p. 541.) Of the members of the companv 
of which John Peck had been a member and who was among 
those who had refused to sign the association nearly one-half. 



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including the " old " captain and lieutenant can be identified 
as having entered acti\e scr\ ice with it when ordered to 
the field. At least eight others had then become members 
of other companies or had enlisted for the war in the regular 
service of the New York Line (i Calendar 84, 140. 
Archives 165-31 l.) The refusal of militiamen to accept 
the " Association" was thus entirely apart from any question 
of loyalty and to gi\e expression to 2 perfectly legitimate 
opinion, 

John Peck, houexer, was bv habit and inclination a 
soldier. In 1775 he was but thirty-two years of age, a 
veteran of a long war and accustomed to a military life. 
He had served in the army for four years during the then 
recent French war, (\Vm. Peck Genealogy p. 34.) Pie had 
subsequently become an active member of the militia. He 
had two brothers in the Revolutionary armv; Heath (223), 
who lost his life and Abijah (227), who served during 
several campaigns, (id. pp. 35, 36.) His friends and neigh- 
bors were enlisting for the war. Every probability was 
that such a man, so circumstanced, would be among the 
earliest to enter the serv ice of his country. Such u-as the fact. 
Conclusive proof of it became available on the printing in 
1887 of Vol. I of "New York State Archives." This 
was ten years after the publication of the " Wm. Peck 
Genealogy," and eight years after the death of its author. 
The " Archives " include the company rolls of the regi- 
ments of the " New "V'ork Line of the Continental Army." 
(Archives p. 165). From the rolls and rosters of these 
regiments it appears that John Peck, (222), enlisted in the 
Eighth Company, Captain Thomas Lee, of the Fii'th Regi- 
ment of the New York Line, dd. Lewis Dubois, Decem- 
ber 26, 1776, for three years and the war and that he was 
mustered to January, 1782. (Archives p. 232.) fie appears 
to have served part of his enlistment (from P'eb. 10, 1777 
to May 1779) in the First Company, Captain P^osekrans, 



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of the same regiment, (Archives p. 221.) Subsequent to 
the expiration of his first three years oi' service he was in 
the winter of 1880 a member of the Light Company of 
the same Fifth Regiment. (2 Calendar p. 352.) 

Still further evidence has been found. In 1894 there 
was published in Baltimore, from independent sources, a roll 
of Col, Lewis Dubois' New York Regiment as it stood at 
White Plains, Julv 22, 1 778, (Saffells Records p. 161.) 
By this roll it appears that Col. Dubois was in command 
of his regiment at the capture of Fort Montgomery, Octo- 
ber 6, 1777, and that his lieutenant-colonel and major 
were taken prisoners in that battle as was also the second- 
lieutenant and ensign of the First Company, Captain Rose- 
krans, (id p. 162), in which according to the rolls ot the 
" Archives " John Peck was then serving. He was 
reported missing October 6, 1777, with a large number ot 
others of that company. (Archives p. 221.) It is very evi- 
dent, therefore, that John Peck was in the thick of the 
fight in the battle of Fort Montgomery. The roll in 
Saftells' Records makes Lee's company the " Fifth" of the 
Col. Dubois' Regiment and includes John Peck in the 
roster of that company, (p. 165.) The names of officers, 
non-commissioned officers and privates show the " Fifth" 
of Saffell to be same company known as the "• Eight " \n 
the Archives. Each is probably the correct number tor 
different dates. The rolls of the New York Line in the 
" Archi\es " are compilations from the records ot the War 
Department at Washington probably in connection v/ith 
the Paymaster's ar.d Pension Office, (Archives p. 165), and 
are not copies of original papers. But, in any event, there is 
thus complete evidence, both direct and circumstantial, 
that John Peck (222) was not only a Revolutionary 
soldier for upwards of six years, but in the words of the 
tradition quoted in Mead's Greenwich he was, during all 



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that time, a *•' Continental," soldier of war. The minute 
accuracy of the tradition is remarkable. 

It is a matter of some historical interest to note that Col. 
Dubois of the regiment in question, was also a Dutchess 
County man and later sheritf; that both the captains under 
whom John Peck served in the " First " and " Eighth " 
companies were of Fishkill, " Rombout Precinct " in the 
same county; (Archives 529) that his militia service in 
the early days of the war was in a " Rombout Precinct" 
company, (Archi\es 279) and that both his companies in 
the Fifth Regiment contained other men who resided or 
were fam.iliar with his home town of Nine Partners and 
its vicinity. (2 Calendar 353-4). Even in campaigning his 
associates were his neitrhbors. 



IX 

NOTE 2. 

SOME ACCOUNT 

OF TKK 

ANCESTRY AND FAiMILY 

OF 

SARAH FERRIS, 

WIFE OF REV. JOHM PECK. (551). 



Sarah Ferris was fifth child of Israel Ferris; was born in 
Stanford, Dutchess County, N. Y., May 7, 1784; was 
married to Rev. John Peck (551) at Norwich, Chenango 
County, N. Y., August 20, 1801, and died at Cazenovia, 
Madison County, N. Y., September 21, 1847. It is inter- 
esting to note that the fathers of both Rev. John Peck and 
Sarah Ferris Peck his wife, were born at Greenwich, Conn., 
were residing there at the same time and botl: removed 
thence to Stanford, Dutchess County, N. Y., although with 
an interval of the period of the Revolution; both lived in 
Stanford at the same time and Rev. John Peck and Sarah 
Ferris were both born there and that their parents settled 
later in the same neighborhood in Chen::ngo Co., N. \ ., 
in the same and adjoining towns. I'he descendants or 



X 

Sarah Ferris Peck will be found in the William Peck 
Genealogy, p. 134, compiled by her son, Hon. Darius 
Peck, late of Fludson, N. Y.. 

Israel Ferris, her hither, was born October 25, 1751, 
*' on the Connecticut shore of Long Island Sound near the 
New York State line." (Greenwich.) Xo other person of 
the name is mentioned in the records of his native town. 
He was early a man of some propertv, as in 1772 in his 
twentv-lirst year, his name appears in the town tax list. 
He took part in the war of the Revolution as a soldier in 
active service. He was a member of the company of 
Captain Abraham Mead of Greenwich, which marched with 
the Ninth Regiment of Connecticut militia. Colonel John 
Mead of Greenwich, under General Wooster, November 
iS, 1776, to Saw Pits, now Rye or Port Chester, West- 
chester County, New York, at'ter the battle of White Plains. 
He appears by the pay roll of his compariv to ha\e been 
discharged from service January ii, 1777. ("Connecticut 
Men in the Revolution" Adjt. Gen.'s Officer, Hartford, 
1889.) These records accord with the family tradition 
that he served in the war of the Revolution but that having 
lost his discharge papers he did not obtain a pension. 

Soon after the war he removed from Greenwich to Stan- 
ford, Dutchess County, N. Y., where he resided until 1793, 
when he removed to Norwich, Chenango County, N. Y., 
and afterwards to Sherburne the same county. Later in 
his life he resided in Yates County, N. Y., and finally re- 
moved to VV^hitewater, Wis., where he resided with his s.on^ 
Thompson Ferris, and died January 2, 1844. 

Israel Ferris married about 1775, Ruth Meade born March 
27, 1757. She was a daughter of Jonathan .Meade and 
Sarah Meade of the town of North East, Dutchess County, 
N. Y. Her father was, in the Revolution, first- lieutenant 
in Captain Hustcds compan\- in the Sixth Pvegiment, (Char- 
lotte Precinct), Duchess County militia, commanded by 



Colonel David Sutherland. (Archives p. 282.) He was an 
early signer of the Association, (i Calendar 69). Sarah 
Meade Ferris died October 29, 1827. 

Israel Ferris was a son of Japhet Ferris, who was born 
at Greenwich, Conn., March 1731, and married Hannah 
Peck (~6j of Stanwich Socicc\', Greenwich. She was sec- 
ond daughter and fifth child of Jeremiah Pecic (31) and 
Mary Johnson, and died about 1797. Jeremiah Peck was 
a son of Samuel Peck (6) who was thus the ^reat 
great grandfather of both John Peck and Sarah r'crris, his 
wife. Israel Ferris had a sister Hannah who married 
Aaron Peck (234) a son of Samue! Peck (70) and Mary 
Ferris; and a brother Hentv Ferris who married a Miss 
Alison. His son Stephen Gano Ferris, it is said, told his 
son (Hiram Gano Ferris) that Israel Ferris his father had 
three brothers, Benjamin who settled in Steuben County, 
N. Y., and Abraham and Jesse who settled near Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. Mrs. Little a careful investigator is inclined 
to think that there is a mistake somewhere in this statement. 

The children of Israel Ferris and Ruth (Meade) Ferris 
his wife, were: 

1. SARAH, b. March 28, 1776; d. August 28, 1777. 

2. JONATHAN, b. April 25, 1778; d. June 17, 1S23. 

He was born in Stanford, Dutchess County, N. Y.^ 
and removed with his father to Norwich, Chenango 
County, N. Y. He was baptized in 1796 b\- Flkanah 
Holmes, then a missionary among the Indiai^.s, and he is 
said to have been the first person baptized in the town 
of Norwich, (now New Berlin,) Chenango Countv. 
He was married in 1798 to ?vliss Rhoda Purdy, ot 
Plymouth, and was ordained as pastor at N(jrth Nor- 
wich, August 25, i8c8, and preached there and at 
Norwich. In 1810-11 the Baptist church at the 
former place receiv ed eighty-three by baptism, and \n 



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l8l6 one hundred and one persons were baptized in 
Norwich village under the joint ministrations of Re\ . 
Mr. Randall and Rev. Jonathan Ferris. In 1817 Mr. 
Ferris removed to Alilo, Yates County. He was killed 
by lightning while looking out upon a storm. He was 
one of the foremost men of his time in the Missionarv 
work of the Baptist Church. (A Century of Missions. 
Philadelphia, igoo). He had a daughter, Mrs. Almira 
Ferris Wisner, born at North Norwich, N. Y., April 
I3i i^J/i ^^'h*^ died at Genesee, Mich., January 29, 
1897, leaving a daughter Mrs. Henry Upton of 
Genesee. Another daughter, Mrs. Beers, was livmg 
March 23, 1896, at Quincy, 111. 

3. ISRAEL, Jr., b. March 30, 1780; d. January 29, 

1788. 

4. REUBEN, b. Alay 31, 1782; d. July 5, 1859. He 

had children who March 23, 1896 were residing at 
Bath, N. Y. 

5. SARAH, b. May 7, 1784; d. September 21, 1847. 

(see ante.) 

6. ABRAHAM, b. June 15, 1786; d. August 19, 1850. 

He settled near New London, Ohio. 

7. STEPHEN GANG, b. August 11, 1788; d. Novem- 

ber 29, 1876. He was born in Hillsdale, Col. Co., 
N. Y., m. Eunice Beebe in 18 14 and removed to 
Illinois in 1832. His son Hiram Gano Ferris had a 
son Hiram Burns Ferris, who March 23, 1896, re- 
sided at Carthage, 111. 

8. THOMPSON, b. November 14, 1791; d. December 

10, 1791. 

9. ISRAEL HUBBARD, b. November 14, 1791; d. 

August 8, 1856. He wrote in November 1855 ^^om 
Westfield a letter to his brother, Stephen Gano Ferris, 
in which he stated that he would in the spring remove 
to Alden, Erie Co., N. Y., where his children lived. 



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IC. TFIOMPSON, b. June 29, 1794; d. November 6, 

1855. His descendants were March 23, 1S96, 

li\ing at Whitewater, Wis. 
II. RUTH, b. March 18, 1797; d. June 10, 1884. She 

was born at North Norwich, Chenango Co., N. Y. 

A daughter, Mrs. Sarah A. Cook, was at one time of 

Ventua, California. 
1-2. JESSE, b. April 8, 1799; d. December 18, 1875. A 

daughter was living April 14. 1896,31 Oxford, N. 

Y., as was also a grand-daughter, Mrs. P. G. (Hattie 

C.) Jacobs. 
13. AMBROSE LATITN, b. July 12, 1803; died April 

18, 1868. A son resided March 23, 1896, neap 

Devil's Lake, Mich. A daughter is Mary Rebecca 

(Ferris) Ford. 
The dates of the births and deaths of Israel Ferris and 
Ruth (Mead) Ferris, his wife, and of their children were 
obtained, as I am informed, from the family bible of Israel 
Ferris. 

Israel Ferris is supposed to have been a descendant of 
Jeffrey Ferris of Statttbrd as was also his wife who was a 
grand-daughter of Ruth Ferris, wife of Samuel Peck, (6), 
said to have been a daughter of Peter a son of Jeffrey 
Ferris. 

Two Ferris familes settled in America in the 17th cen- 
tury, A third originated with a man who imigrated from 
Ireland in the i8th century. Others are descendants f.^om 
later comers. 

My efforts in gathering the facts stated in this note have 
been very greatly assisted bv Mrs. Elijah A., (Lora C.j, 
Little of Holyoke, Mass., more particularly as to the an- 
cestors of Israel Ferris, and by ]VIr. Fiiram Burns Ferris, 
formerly of Carthage, 111,, as to his descendants. My share 
in the investigation of the facts stated relate chiefly to his 
earlier life. 



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NOTE 3. 

SOME ACCOUNT 

OF THR 

ANCESTRY 

OF 

SARAH NORTHKUP, 

WIFE OF JOHN PECK. (222). 



Sarah Northrup Peck was born in North Salern, West- 
chester County, N. Y., October 28, 1746, married John 
Peck (222) of Greenwich, Conn., in October i764,(\Vnu 
Peck Genealogy) or January 26, 1766, according to the 
" Northrup Genealogy", (as prepared by Hon. A. Judd 
Northrup of Syracuse, N. Y., and published in the N. E. 
Hist, and Gen. Reg. for Jul\-, 1889). She died in Sni\rna, 
Chenango County, N. Y., November 11, 1830. 

She was the daughter of Nathan Northrup, born ir: Milford, 
Conn., and baptized August, i 705. He married August 27, 
I 730, Peregrina, a daughter of Capt. St. John of Ridgefield, 
Conn., and is mentioned in 1734 as of Ridgeheld. At 
the time of the marriage of his danghter Sarah he is spoken 
of as of North Salem, Westchester County, N. Y. (Wm, 



XV 

Peck Gcncalogv p. 34.) Mav 19, 1752, both he and his 
wife were members of the South S::Ieni Presbyterian Church 
then incorporated. 

Nathjn Northrup was the seventh son of Daniel 
Northrup and Sarah his wife of ?\Iilford, Conn. Daniel 
Northrup was born at Miiford in August 1664, ^nd died 
172S. He was sixth sor. of Joseph Northrup bori^. prob- 
ably in Yorkshire, England, and one of the first settlers 
and planters of Miiford, Conn. He nurried Mary Norton 
a daughter of Francis N'orton of Wethersfield, Conn., 
who came to Miiford with Rev. Peter Pruden and died 
September 11, 1 6()9, leaving a will dated September i, 
1669. His wife sur\ived him and died leaving a will 
dated January 24, 1683. The in\entorv of the estate is 
dated February 28, 1683. 

I am indebted for most of the facts stated in this note 
to the courtesy of Flon. A. Judd Northrup of Syracuse, N. 
Y., supplementing the information contained in the \V*m. 
Peck Genealogy. 



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