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Re: Kingston, Peck,Claflin, Howie-Waukesha C
Posted by: Susan Richardson Date: November 04, 2000 at 09:52:47
In Reply to: Re: Kingston, Peck,Claflin, Howie-Waukesha C by barb r of 396

Can you please give me a little more information so I can look Mary Peck up in my data base? Is Peck her maiden name or married name? What year was she born or do you have a general idea of her era?
Do you know of any other info about her?
By the way, the Waukesha County Museum and Library does searches in their documents for specific people for a very small and reasonable fee. You ought to try them also.
The Pecks of Waukesha Co. generally came from New York and New England. Many are descendants of "Deacon" Paul Peck, an English Puritan who came over in the early 17th century and helped found The First Congregational Church in US and the town of Hartford, CT. Please give me a little more to go on and I might find something.
Sue Richardson


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