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Descendants of William Peck(1601-1694) Elizabeth(Davis)Peck (1608-1683)

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Update 6/17/2016(CLM):This is for descendants of Puritan ,Deacon,William Peck. The following is from Janet McLaughlin of Rootweb 11/7/2005.REFN: 595 !1. Reply letter from Jean M. Hathaway 8 Dec 1997. !2. IGI BA: 8508405 38 SO: 1395975 & BA: F610053 19 SO: 1621410 3. DONALD CLEVELAND 2001 FROM DAVID WILLIAM RUMERY, 7-4-2001, FROM DAVID WILLIAM RUMERY, 7-4-2001, page 1 "1. PECK PIONEERS, February, 1995. XIII, pp 31-33

  • 1Citation. unpublished Bible & Family Records together with Genealogical Notes & other Authentic Data collected by Chapters of the New York State Conference, D.A.R., 1933-4.
  • Microfilm #862770, part 2. [SLC446]. was living with son Joseph in Lyme when he died, though he was a resident of New Haven.
  • Received Sept. 1996 from William D. Peck, 134 O,Shagnessy BLVD, San Francisco, CA, 94127-1718" May 13, 2003, email from Joyce OConnel, He sailed from London in company of Governor Eaton, Hopkins, Rev. John Davenport and the son of the Earl of Marlborough, and others, on the ship "Hector", arriving at Boston, MA, June 26, 1637. In 1638 he settled in New Haven, CT as one of the Puritan Founders of the Colony. [from: Prominent Families in America with British Ancestry, pg. 2858] Was one of the first compact for New Haven in June 1639, an original proper freeman Oct. 29, 1640, deacon from 1659 to his death. His gravestone is still to be seen in the cemetery. The record at Lyme, where he died at the home of his son, Joseph says he was 83, but New Haven says he was 90. May 2003,, Family Tree Maker, David Jonathan Balise