Biographical Sketch of Joseph Pecke

(II) Joseph, son of William and Elizabeth Pecke. was born in New Haven, in January, 1641, and died in Lyme, Connecticut, November 25, 1718. About 1662 he settled in East Saybrook, Connecticut, which, five years later, was incorporated into the town of Lyme, where he held various religious and civil positions. He married, not later than 1662, Sarah , who died in Lyme, September 14, 1726, aged ninety years. Children: 1. Sarah, born August 4, 1663, married, May 2, 1684, Matthias Gilbert. 2. Joseph, born March 12, 1667, died October 10, 1677. 3. Elizabeth, born September 9, 1669, died August 29, 1688; married, December 6, 1686, Samuel Pratt. 4. Deborah, born July 31, 1672, married, April 3, 1694, Daniel Sperry. 5. Hannah, born September 14, 1674, married June 25, 1696, Thomas Anderson. 6. Ruth, born August 19, 1676, married, April 29, 1696, Jasper Griffin. 7. Samuel, referred to below. 8. Joseph, born March 20, 1680, died after 1721; married, October 3, 1704, Susanna – .

MLA Source Citation:

Milliken, Charles F. The History of Ontario County, New York, and Its People Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York. 1911. Web. 20 December 2014. - Last updated on May 21st, 2011


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