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A Genealogical Account of the Descendants in the Male Line of
William Peck,
One of the Founders in 1638 of the Colony of New Haven, Conn.

By Darius Peck (1877).

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     William Peck with his wife, Elizabeth, and eldest son, Jeremiah, immigrated to New England in 1638, probably in the company of Gov. Eaton, Rev. John Davenport, and others.  They were seeking escape from the religious persecution in England during the reign of King Charles the First.  He was one of the original proprietors of New Haven in the Connecticut Colony.  Elizabeth died in 1683 and he subsequently married Sarah, the widow of William Holt.  William Peck died in 1694.  This book tells the stories of the male descendants in his line to the ninth generation.

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