Abt 1617 - 1651 (~ 34 years)
Has one ancestor and more than 100 descendants in this family tree.
||Henry Peck |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||New Haven Co., CT, USA
||7 Mar 2001 |
||Joan Allen, b. Abt 1621, New Haven Co., CT, USA , d. New Haven, CT |
||New Haven, CT
| ||1. Eleazer Peck, b. Abt 1649, New Haven, CT , d. 1734, New Haven, CT (Age ~ 85 years)|
| ||2. Benjamin Peck, b. Bef 5 Sep 1647, New Haven, CT , d. Mar 1730, New Haven Co., CT, USA (Age ~ 82 years)|
| ||3. Joseph Peck, b. Abt 1645, New Haven, CT , d. 15 Apr 1720, New Haven, CT (Age ~ 75 years)|
| ||4. Elizabeth Peck, b. 16 Mar 1649, New Haven, CT , d. 1730 (Age 80 years)|
||7 Mar 2001 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- He came to New Haven, CT in 1638. He signed the New Haven Compact in 1639. (F-62) He was an early but not original signer of the Fundamental Agreement of New Haven. His signature was simply an "H". He and Joseph Peck, a possible brother, took the oath of fidelity on July 1, 1644. On Oct. 7, 1646, he and Joseph asked permission to cut wood on the commons. On Aug. 1, 1648, both were reprimanded for arriving with arms at the meeting house. They were excused in this case, since they had had night watch and had had no sleep. Another possible brother to this Henry Peck, was Deacon William Peck, also in New Haven of the same peerage. (F-64, 2297E)
Immigration - 00.00.1637 - England - He came with Rev. John Davenport and appeared at New Haven in 1638.