Joseph Peck

Male - 1663


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  • Name  Joseph Peck 
    Gender  Male 
    Baptism  30 Apr 1587  Beccles, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Immigration  10 Aug 1638  Hingham, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • Among the passengers who arrived at Boston, in the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New England in the ship Diligent, from Ipswich, co. Suffolk, England:

      "Mr. Robert Peck preacher of the Gospell in the Town of Hingham in the County of Norfolk, in Old England, with his wife and 2 children and two servants came over the sea, and settled in this Town of Hingham, and he was a teacher of the Church. 6 [persons]"

      "Mr. Joseph Peck and his wife with 3 sons and daughter, and 2 men servants and 3 maid servants came from Old Hingham and settled in New Hingham 10 [persons]."
    Probate  04 Jan 1663  Plymouth Colony Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • An Inventory of the goods of Mr. Joseph Pecke whoe expired december the 22cond (63) and exhibted to the Court held att Plymouth the 3 of march 1663.

      น s d
      Imprimis one suite of apparrell 06 00 00
      Item 2 cloakes and coate 05 10 00
      Item more in wearing apparrell 02 10 00
      Item a hatt 00 10 00
      Item a paire of boots and a paire of shooes 01 00 00
      Item in bands capps and shirts 01 00 00
      Item 1 paire of stockens 00 05 00
      Item a hood 00 05 00
      [In the margin:] his wifes apparrell
      Item 2 petticoates 06 00 00
      Item 1 Cloth gowne 05 00 00
      Item 1 grogorum gowne 04 00 00
      Item 1 Tammy gowne 02 00 00
      Item 1 Cloth gowne 02 00 00
      Item 1 holland wastcoate and one say apron 01 00 00
      Item some smale linnine 00 15 00
      Item a wrought wastcotte 00 08 00
      Item some other smale linnine 01 10 00
      Item 2 diaper Tableclothes 02 05 00
      Item 15 diaper napkins 01 10 00
      Item 3 holland Table clothes 01 00 00
      Item 2 Course Table Clothes and Napkins 00 10 00
      Item 7 pillowbeers 02 00 00
      Item 2 short Table clothes and a Course pillow beare 00 10 00
      Item more smale linnine 00 15 00
      Item 2 paire of gloves and a knife 00 04 03
      Item in thrid 00 03 00
      Item a paire of holland sheets 02 00 00
      Item 2 paire of sheets 01 01 00
      Item 5 sheets 01 10 00
      Item 18 yards of Canvas 01 10 00
      Item 3 yards of holland 00 07 00
      Item 1 downe bed and bolster [..] 00 00
      Item 3 downe pillowes 00 15 00
      Item 1 bolster 00 10 00
      Item 3 blankets 00 17 00
      Item 1 Cotten Rugg 01 10 00
      Item 2 Cover lides 00 10 00
      Item 1 bolster 00 08 00
      Item 1 blanket 00 03 04
      Item 2 say Curtaines & one Curtaine Rod 00 15 00
      Item 1 Curtaine 00 05 00
      Item one Rugg 06
      Item a featherbed & bolster 06 00
      Item one bible 00 06
      Item two blanketts 00 10

      [folio 13]
      Item 5 Curtaines 00 15 00
      Item 2 Curtaine Rodes 00 04 00
      Item 1 feather bed and bolster 3 blanketts & one Rugg 07 10 00
      Item 1 trunke 00 02 00
      Item 1 Rugg 02 10 00
      Item one skillett 00 04 00
      Item 1 Cherne 00 03 00
      Item 2 pailes 00 02 06
      Item 3 sackes 00 07 00
      Item 20 lb. of woole 01 00 00
      Item a bed stead in the Parlour Chamber 00 10 00
      Item 2 Chists 00 10 00
      Item 1 Trunke 00 06 08
      Item 1 bedstead in the hall Chamber 00 03 00
      Item 1 bedstead with the vallence in the Parlour 01 00 00
      Item 3 Chist one trunke and 2 boxes 01 10 00
      Item 1 Round Table and 1 Joyne stooles 00 15 00
      Item 1 locke for a dore 00 03 03
      Item powder and bulletts 00 10 00
      Item 1 spining wheele 00 03 04
      Item six buffitt stooles 00 10 00
      Item 4 Chaires 00 08 00
      Item 2 Cushens 00 03 00
      Item some lumber in the hall Chamber 01 00 00
      Item on Table in the hall 00 08 00
      Item the Case of bottles 00 05 00
      Item 1 Case of bottles more 00 02 06
      Item 1 Close stool 00 06 08
      Item 20 lb. of Tallow 00 10 00
      Item 20 lb. of hoggs gresse 00 09 02
      Item in sope 00 05 00
      Item a tubb of butter 01 05 00
      Item beer barrells 2 bottles with some earthen potts & pans 01 05 00
      Item in porke & beefe with the barrell and Traugh it is in 04 00 00
      Item tubbs killers and Cheesfatts 01 04 00
      Item a fan a paire of bellowes and a lanthron 00 12 00
      Item a great brasse kittle 01 05 00
      Item 2 brasse kittles 01 00 00
      Item 2 brasse bake panns & a Cullender 01 00 00
      Item 1 posnett with the Cover 00 10 00
      Item 1 skillett 00 05 00
      Item 3 brasse potts 02 05 00
      Item 1 frying pan 00 02 00
      Item 1 fier pan one paire of tonggs and a Rost Iron 00 05 00
      Item 1 spit 00 04 00
      Item 1 morter and pestell 00 05 00
      Item 1 saddle 1 pillian 1 pillian clothes 1 panell bridles 01 00 00
      Item 4 axes 00 12 00
      Item 1 hammare 2 sickles 1 auger and 1 hand saw 00 12 00
      Item 3 broad hoes 00 06 00
      Item 2 Curtaine Rodds 00 02 00
      Item 4 sythes 00 10 00
      Item 1 Cart Rope 00 03 00
      Item 2 sawes 00 13 06
      Item strakes for wheeles with som old Nailes 00 15 00
      Item in Iron 00 12 00
      Item 3 musketts 3 swords and 1 Cutles 04 10 00
      Item 3 wedges 2 beetle Ringes 00 07 00
      Item some lether & a skine 00 02 06
      Item 2 Cow bells 00 01 06
      Item 1 paire of Cards 00 02 06
      Item 1 baskett with other smale thinges 00 03 00
      Item a Ryding suit 00 06 00
      Item 4 Chaines 01 10 00
      Item 3 yoakes 00 10 00
      Item Cart wheeles and Copses to it 02 00 00
      Item 3 plowes with the Irons 02 00 00
      Item 2 horses Collors & trases 00 12 00
      Item in hay 20 00 00
      Item in wheat 07 00 00
      Item in Indian Corne 21 00 00
      Item in Rye 01 00 00
      Item 1 spade a scopett 2 forkes 00 05 00
      Item in Timber 01 10 00
      Item 1 grindstone with the Cranke 00 12 00
      Item a mault mill 01 00 00
      Item six trayes 00 05 00
      Item 3 bibles 01 00 00
      Item in other bookes 03 00 00
      Item one warming pan 00 08 00
      Item in pewter 05 19 00
      Item 3 Candlesticks 00 10 00
      Item 4 spoones 00 02 00
      Item 6 silver spoones 01 10 00
      Item 1 silver salt 02 15 00
      Item 1 silver beaker 02 10 00
      Item 1 silver beer boule 01 00 00
      Item 2 silver wine Cuppes 02 10 00
      Item 4 gould Ringes 04 10 00
      Item in money 21 16 02
      Item 2 hakes 00 06 00
      Item 2 Chamber potts 00 05 00
      Item 7 Cowes 28 00 00
      Item one yoake of oxen 11 00 00

      [folio 14]
      Item 4 young steers 17 00 00
      Item 1 bull 1 steer 1 heiffers 09 10 00
      Item 6 yearlinges 06 00 00
      Item 1 horse 10 00 00
      Item 11 swine 08 00 00
      Item 2 mares [22] 00 00
      Item 1 yearling Coult 05 00 00
      Item a flocke bed 07 00 00
      Item 2 hydes 01 05 00
      Item in debts 02 06 00
      Item for some other smale thinges [น362 10s 8d]

      This Inventory was made by us Stephen Paine
      Thomas Cooper
      John Reed;

      The persons above named that were prisors of the goods in this Inventory were deposed before mee this 18th day of February 1663 by me

      Thomas Willett

      Plymouth Colony Wills 2:12-14
      #P131
    Died  25 Dec 1663  Rehoboth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Notes 
    • Joseph Peck was prominent in the public affairs at Hingham, Mass., for about seven years, 1638-1645, and then moved to Rehoboth, which was incorporated as a town in 1645.

      "2 Oct 1650 - Mr. Josepth Peck is ordered by the Court to administer the ordinance of marriage at Rehoboth, in case Mr. (John) Browne can not be persuaded thereunto." - Plymouth Colony Records 2:164

      "Mr. Peck" on the proprietors list of "Seakunk," now Rehoboth, 1644.
    Person ID  I44450  Bryant
    Last Modified  29 Sep 2005 

    Father  Robert Peck,   d. 1593, Beccles, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Eleanor (Helen) Babbs,   d. 30 Oct 1614, Beccles, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  22 Jul 1573  Beccles, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Family ID  F3034  Group Sheet

    Family 1  Deliverance,   b. Abt 1616, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Abt 1638  probably, Hingham, Norfolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Samuel Peck,   d. 30 Apr 1708, Rehoboth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Nathaniel Peck,   d. Abt 11 Aug 1676, Rehoboth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Israel Peck,   d. 1723
    Family ID  F2913  Group Sheet

    Family 2  Rebecca Clarke,   d. Abt 23 Oct 1637, Hingham, Norfolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  21 May 1617  Hingham, Norfolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 7
    Children 
     1. Anna Peck,   d. Abt 26 Jul 1636, Hingham, Norfolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Rebecca Peck
     3. Joseph Peck, Jr.
     4. John Peck,   d. 1713
     5. Nicholas Peck,   d. 27 May 1710, Rehoboth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F2994  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBaptism - 30 Apr 1587 - Beccles, Suffolk, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 21 May 1617 - Hingham, Norfolk, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - Abt 1638 - probably, Hingham, Norfolk, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsImmigration - 10 Aug 1638 - Hingham, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsProbate - 04 Jan 1663 - Plymouth Colony Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 25 Dec 1663 - Rehoboth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S13] NEHGR, NEHGR, (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 87:377.

    2. [S364] Descendants of Joseph Peck, Peck, Ira B., (Alfred Mudge & Son, Boston, 1868), p. 13.

    3. [S13] NEHGR, NEHGR, (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 89:328.

    4. [S13] NEHGR, NEHGR, (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 87:378.

    5. [S141] IGI, LDS.

    6. [S14] Torrey, Editor: Torrey, Clarence Almon, (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1985, Baltimore, MD, 1985 (reprint)), 567.

    7. [S364] Descendants of Joseph Peck, Peck, Ira B., (Alfred Mudge & Son, Boston, 1868), p. 14.


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