Peck, Charles, New Haven, was born in Ferrisburgh, Vt., on July 24, 1839. He settled in New Haven; Vt., in 1876, on the farm on which he now resides, and which consists of 300 acres. He is a breeder of Spanish Merino sheep, and has a fine registered flock. He was married in April, 1872, to Mary E. Hallock, who was a daughter of Isaac and Susanna (Montgomery) Hallock, natives of New Haven, Vt., and by whom he had four children — Harry, Hallock, Sarah, and John F. Charles Peck was a son of Aldrich and Miranda (Hawkins) Peck, who after their marriage settled in Panton, Vt., but afterwards removing to Ferrisburgh, Vt., where they resided until the time of his death. He had a family of seven children — Lucy (now Mrs. William Spooner), Mary (now Mrs. John Price), Susan (now Mrs. Henry Elliott), Juniteet (now Mrs. Somers Spaulding), John F., Charles, and Aldrich. Charles’s paternal grandfather, John F. Peck, was a native and early settler in Waltham, as was also his maternal grandfather, Roger Hawkins.
Biographical Sketch of Charles Peck
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