I am also looking for Peck's located in Indian Territory, Cheeroke Co. in the 1900 census.
Amos H. Peck b. Iowa 1858
Sp Mary E. b. 1862 Illinois
Mary C.Peck b.1884 Kansas
Lula M.Peck b.1886 " my gr-grandmother
George A.Peck b. 1887 "
Maggie E.Peck b. 1890 "
William A. b. 1892 Indian Territory
Frances A. b. 1897 " " Twins
Stella b. 1897 " " Twins
Etha V.D. b. 1899 " "
I also found Amos in the 1910 census married to a Lena living in Gray Co., Ingalls twp. Kansas going by the name of Henry A. Peck.
I believe his fathers name is Asahel G. Peck b abt 1821 in New York he was a silver smith. His mother is Mary A. ? b. abt. 1834 in Pennsylvania. He had a sister named Emma M.Peck b.abt. 1868. That is all I know so far. Anything sound familar, I hope so. My grandfather was the only child of Lula Mae Peck and James Henry Knisley. His mother Lula Mae Peck died when he was only 12 yrs old. He never talked about that side of the family so I don't have much to go on. I do know they lived in Chatauqua, KS when she died about 1918. My grandpa told my dad that when she died they picked her up in a covered wagon to transport her body to the White Rose Cemetary in Bartlesville, Okla. The wagon broke down in between two noldes and her body set out there for several days my grandfather was crushed. It was so sad.
Any information would be appreciated
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