Anne Peck (Lawrence) (c.1585 - 1648) MP

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Birthplace: Syleham, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Hingham, Norfolk, England, (Present UK)
Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
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About Anne Peck (Lawrence)

mmigration: 1638 To Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts

Note:

She was "of an armigerous family. Anne's brother, John Lawrence of Wramplingham, co. Norfork., (d. 1685), Mayor of Norwich 1667, a Quaker himself, did not make an extensive declaration to the herald in 1664, evidently to avoid bringing his kin into danger as tainted with religious rebellion. It is clear from the above few notes that Anne (Lawrence) Peck came from gentelfolk deeply compromised with Nonconormity. This makes for certain difficulties in tracing her family."

Robert Peck's will, states "All my other goods cattells debts moneys household stuffe or whatsoever ells belongeth unto me I give and bequesath to my said Executors toards payeinge of my legacies alrerdy bequeathed and toward the bringinge of my body to buriall which I desire if I depart his lie in Hingham may be entered in the church yard near unto Anne my wife deceased."

Sources: The Maternal Ancestry of Anne Peck, Second Wife of Captain John Mason (c 1600-1672 The American Genealogist October 1946

N. Grier Parke, II, The Ancestry of Lorenzo Ackley & his wife Emma Arabella Bosworth/ Woodstock, VT: self-published, 1960

Ira B. Peck, A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Joseph Peck/ Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1868

John Brooks Threlfall, Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New England & Their Origins/ Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1992

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From 'General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales'

Lawrence (Ashton Hall and Washington, co. Lancaster, Fisbury, co. Wilts, and St. James's, co. Suffolk; descended from SIR ROBERT LAWRENCE, of Ashton Hall, who accompanied Richard I. to the Holy Lands). Ar. a cross raguly gu. Crest---A demi turbot ar. tall upwards. Another Crest---Two laurel branches vert, forming a chaplet. Another Crest---A wolf's head couped ppr.

Sources:

Title: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Joseph Peck, Who Emigrated with his Family to this Country in 1638; and Records of his Father's ...

Author: Ira B. Peck

Publication: Alfred Mudge & Son, Boston, Massachusetts, 1868

Note: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Joseph Peck, Who Emigrated with his Family to this Country in 1638; and Records of his Father's and Grandfather's Families in England; with the Pedigree Extending Back from Son to Father for Twenty Generations; with their Coat of Arms, and Copies of Wills.

Also,

An Appendix, Giving and Account of the Boston and Hingham Pecks, the Descendants of John Peck of Mendon, Mass., Deacon Paul of Hartford, Deacon William and Henry of New Haven, and Joseph of Milford, Conn. with Portraits of Distinguished Persons from Steel Engravings.

Repository:

Media: Book

Page: pp. 25 - 27

Title: The Life and Times of Major John Mason of Connecticut: 1600 - 1672

Author: Louis B. Mason

Publication: New York, 1935

Repository:

Media: Book

Title: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Joseph Peck, Who Emigrated with his Family to this Country in 1638; and Records of his Father's ...

Author: Ira B. Peck

Publication: Alfred Mudge & Son, Boston, Massachusetts, 1868

Note: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Joseph Peck, Who Emigrated with his Family to this Country in 1638; and Records of his Father's and Grandfather's Families in England; with the Pedigree Extending Back from Son to Father for Twenty Generations; with their Coat of Arms, and Copies of Wills.

Also,

An Appendix, Giving and Account of the Boston and Hingham Pecks, the Descendants of John Peck of Mendon, Mass., Deacon Paul of Hartford, Deacon William and Henry of New Haven, and Joseph of Milford, Conn. with Portraits of Distinguished Persons from Steel Engravings.

Repository:

Media: Book

Page: p. 9b

Sources:

Author: John Brooks Thielfall

Title: Fifty Great Migration Colonists To New England and Their Origins

Publication: Madison, Wisconson 1990

Repository:

Name: Worcester Public Library

Worcester Public Library

Worcester

MA

Page: page 289

Date: 1 Sep 2004

Author: John Brooks Threlfall

Title: Fifty Great Migration Colonists To New England and Their Origins

Publication: Madison, Wisconsin 1990

Repository:

Name: Worcester Public Library

Worcester Public Library

Worcester

MA

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Anne Peck (Lawrence)'s Timeline

1585
August 21, 1585
Syleham, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
August 21, 1585
Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
August 21, 1585
St. James, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, Eng.
1603
May 21, 1603
Age 17
Beccles Parish, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
1607
July 23, 1607
Age 21
Beccles, Suffolk, England
1608
September 6, 1608
Age 23
Beccles, Suffolk, England
1610
April 22, 1610
Age 24
Hingham, Essex, England
1610
Age 24
Hingham, Norfolk, England
1611
September 29, 1611
Age 26
Beccles, Suffolk, England
1614
September 13, 1614
Age 29
Beccles, Suffolk, England