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Peck family

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Works: 280 works in 369 publications in 1 language and 1,727 library holdings
Genres: History  Genealogy  Records and correspondence  Personal narratives 
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The book of Pecks by Herbert Watson Peck( Book )

1 edition published in 1954 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The genealogy of the Peck family
Business papers by Peck family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal and business papers of the Peck family include receipt book, 1842-1851, and bank book, 1835-1836, of E. Peck & Sons, New York City; deeds, mortgages, bonds, agreements, check stubs, bills, receipts, and letters, 1854-1954, of Gordon C. Peck, Kate Peck, John Peck, Theodore Peck, and others concerning individual estates, the Peck Brick Company, household expenses, legal matters, and financial affairs; minute book of the Haverstraw Brick Manufacturers' Association, 1897-1906, concerning the 1898 strike by brick workers, problems with loading bricks into boats, and other administrative concerns; payroll ledgers of the Peck Brick Company, 1906-1912, and miscellaneous bills, receipts, insurance papers, and letters, 1903-1912; diaries of Gordon C. Peck concerning his daily activities, 1954-1958; and family photographs
Peck Family papers by Peck Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters, mainly to Joseph Peck of New Lisbon, who was a storekeeper, postmaster, supervisor, and assemblyman. Deeds, military commissions, accounts, photographs, and genealogical data. Among the papers are records for the Town of New Lisbon, including an assessment roll for 1882; record of commissioners of excise, 1870-95; New York Census schedule for 1st election district, 1892; and miscellaneous receipts, accounts, budgets, and highway papers, 1830-45. Also accounts, receipts, notices, and reports of the New Lisbon Post Office, c.1830-1880
Peck family diaries by Peck family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Diaries, mostly of Charles Peck of North Manlius, Onondaga County, New York; some by Harriett Peck and Mary Dewey
Wheeler and Hutchinson families papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Consists primarily of financial records for Charles D. Wheeler (1817-1895) and his son-in-law Isaac H. Hutchinson (1844-1924). There are many accounts for local Litchfield businesses and merchants. The Peck family papers mostly fous on Allen G. Peck. The Miscellaneous series contains records of the 4th School District (Litchfield); two autograph albums; a scrapbook of Augusta R. Griswold and other miscellaneous papers, including a blank personal telephone directory from the First National Bank of Litchfield
Peck family papers by Peck family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Civil War letters of Rufus Peck, family correspondence, a school certificate, and a marriage license from Chattanooga, Tenn. Peck's Civil War letters to his family describe his service at Camp Morton and Shiloh, and health problems. Family correspondence is from Lydia Peck and Louis and William Gorton. Also included is Theodore Peck's matriculation certificate at a business school in Louisville, Ky
Peck - Colby - Williams - Short family papers by Peck family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, financial records, and genealogical research pertaining to members of the Peck, Colby, Williams, and short families. Includes a list of births and marriages of Peck, Williams, and Short family members; letters of Horatio N. Peck; and letters of Hannah M. Colby and her relatives written from Lima, Albany, and Rochester, New York; Janesville, Wisconsin, Bainbridge, Indiana, and other locations
[Peck family miscellanea] by Peck (family)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers contain account books, maps and notes (1898-1899, 1909-1912) relating to real estate in North Vancouver, B.C
Peck family correspondence by Peck family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Peck family resided in Bristol, Connecticut. Two of the letters were written to Tracy Peck, Jr., one from a friend named Beckwith and the other from his brother Josiah T. Peck while Tracy was in Paris finishing his education. The letter from Beckwith, dated 1856, relates a raucous debate at a meeting of the Young Men's Institute, in which they debated the topic of slavery. Josiah's letter is filled with family and neighborhood news, as well as news that Rebel armies were in Pennsylvania, that he was still awaiting news of Gettysburg and Vicksburg, and comments on how the north lacks confidence in President Lincoln. The third letter is signed by Keziah Peck but there is no salutation although her closing is "Good Night Peter". She mentions family news and the formation of a Wide Awake Club in Bristol and asks if the recipient is going to vote this year
Peck family papers by Peck family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of material related to the families of Everard and William Farley Peck. It includes 16 manuscript papers given by William Farley Peck at the Fortnightly Club, a literary club of Rochester of which he was one of the founders, from 1882-1905. There is also a small amount of correspondence, legal material, and other manuscripts relating to the Peck Family, including an article of agreement and a will of Everard Peck
Peck family papers by Peck family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters of Mary Hopkinton to Lucetta Abbot (1832-41) mention Universalism in St. Lawrence County, New York, and describe McConnellsville, Ohio (1841); letters from the Olin family of Bloomingdale, Wisconsin (1841-49) describe the conflict of religious sentiment with the realities of land speculation, the weather, prices, and progress of settlement; letters from W. Abbot (1851) from Nevada City and Placerville describe mining conditions; and four account books of the Peck family, Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, New York
by Peck family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence and papers, 1833-90, of various members of the Peck family including: John A. Peck, Henry W. Peck, Henry W. Peck, Jr., Joanna (Platt) Peck, and C. Isabel Peck. Many of the items in the collection are letters concerning family matters such as trips, marriages, deaths, and personal relationships but there is also a copy, dated 1881, of the will of Joanna Peck, an 1883 inventory of her estate, and letters testamentary granted to her son Henry W. Peck Jr. to administer her estate
Peck family letters by Peck family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence and subject file concerning the interest of the family in the Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-1940) the Serbian Eastern Orthodox Church, and other subjects
Peck family papers by Peck family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence and papers, 1833-90, of various members of the Peck family including: John A. Peck, Henry W. Peck, Henry W. Peck, Jr., Joanna (Platt) Peck, and C. Isabel Peck. Many of the items in the collection are letters concerning family matters such as trips, marriages, deaths, and personal relationships but there is also a copy, dated 1881, of the will of Joanna Peck, an 1883 inventory of her estate, and letters testamentary granted to her son Henry W. Peck Jr. to administer her estate
 
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Alternative Names
Pec family

Pecke family

Pecks family

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