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Jeremiah Peck ReverendAge: 7616231699

Name
Jeremiah Peck Reverend
Surname
Peck
Given names
Jeremiah
Name suffix
Reverend
Birth 1623 22 15
London, Middlesex, England

Birth of a brotherJohn Peck
1638 (Age 15)
New Haven, New Haven, Ct

Birth of a brotherJoseph Peck
January 6, 1641 (Age 18)
New Haven, New Haven, Ct

Christening of a brotherJoseph Peck
January 17, 1641 (Age 18)
New Haven, New Haven, Ct

Christening of a sisterElizabeth Peck
May 6, 1643 (Age 20)
New Haven, New Haven, Conn.

Birth of a sisterElizabeth Peck
May 7, 1643 (Age 20)
New Haven, New Haven, Ct

MarriageJohanna (Johanna) KitchellView family
November 12, 1656 (Age 33)
New Haven, n Hav, Ct

Birth of a daughter
#1
Anna Peck
about 1657 (Age 34)
Newhaven, Fairfield, Ct

Birth of a son
#2
Samuel Peck
January 18, 1659 (Age 36)
Guilford Twp., New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Birth of a daughter
#3
Ruth Peck
April 3, 1661 (Age 38)
New Haven, Fairfield, Ct

Birth of a son
#4
Caleb Peck
1663 (Age 40)
Saybrook, Middlesex, Ct

Birth of a daughter
#5
Ann Peck
1665 (Age 42)
Saybrook, Middlesex, Ct

Birth of a son
#6
Jeremiah Peck
about 1667 (Age 44)
Newark ?, Essex, Nj

Christening of a sonJeremiah Peck
1667 (Age 44)
Norwalk, Fairfield, Ct

Birth of a son
#7
Joshua Peck
1673 (Age 50)
Newark, Middlessex, Ct

Marriage of a childJonathan AtwaterRuth PeckView family
June 1, 1681 (Age 58)
New Haven, Ct

Death of a motherElizabeth
December 5, 1683 (Age 60)
, Lyme, New London, Conn.

Marriage of a childSamuel PeckRuth FerrisView family
November 27, 1686 (Age 63)
Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut

Marriage of a childThomas StanleyAnna PeckView family
May 1, 1690 (Age 67)

Marriage of a childJoseph StanleyAnn PeckView family
1690 (Age 67)

Death of a fatherWilliam Peck
October 4, 1694 (Age 71)
New Haven, New Haven, Ct, Ct

Death June 7, 1699 (Age 76)
Waterbury, New Haven, Ct, Ct

LDS baptism January 19, 1886 (186 years after death)

LDS endowment February 25, 1886 (186 years after death)

LDS child sealing May 13, 1943 (243 years after death)

LDS temple: St. George, Utah

LDS spouse sealingJohanna (Johanna) KitchellView family
September 16, 1981 (282 years after death)

LDS temple: Provo, Utah

Family with parents - View family
father
William Peck
Birth: 1601 13London, Middlesex, England,
Death: October 4, 1694New Haven, New Haven, Ct, Ct
mother
Elizabeth
Birth: about 1608of, London, Middlesex, England
Death: December 5, 1683, Lyme, New London, Conn.
 
Marriage: about 1622of, London, Middlesex, England
2 years
Jeremiah Peck Reverend
Birth: 1623 22 15London, Middlesex, England
Death: June 7, 1699Waterbury, New Haven, Ct, Ct
16 years
younger brother
John Peck
Birth: 1638 37 30New Haven, New Haven, Ct
Death: 1724Wallingford, New Haven, Ct
3 years
younger brother
Joseph Peck
Birth: January 6, 1641 40 33New Haven, New Haven, Ct
Death: November 25, 1718Lyme, New London, Ct
2 years
younger sister
Elizabeth Peck
Birth: May 7, 1643 42 35New Haven, New Haven, Ct
Death: after October 6, 1704New Haven, Connecticut
Father’s family with Mrs. Sarah Holt - View family
father
William Peck
Birth: 1601 13London, Middlesex, England,
Death: October 4, 1694New Haven, New Haven, Ct, Ct
step-mother
Mrs. Sarah Holt
Birth: about 1601
Death: 1717
 
Marriage:   — New Haven, New Haven, Conn
Family with Johanna (Johanna) Kitchell - View family
Jeremiah Peck Reverend
Birth: 1623 22 15London, Middlesex, England
Death: June 7, 1699Waterbury, New Haven, Ct, Ct
wife
Johanna (Johanna) Kitchell
Birth: about 1627 25 22Of London, M, Middlesex, England
Death: 1711Waterbury, New Haven, Ct, Ct
 
Marriage: November 12, 1656New Haven, n Hav, Ct
14 months
daughter
Anna Peck
Birth: about 1657 34 30Newhaven, Fairfield, Ct
Death: May 23, 1718Farmington, Hart, Conn
2 years
son
Samuel Peck
Birth: January 18, 1659 36 32Guilford Twp., New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Death: April 28, 1746Greenwich, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
2 years
daughter
Ruth Peck
Birth: April 3, 1661 38 34New Haven, Fairfield, Ct
Death: June 3, 1726
3 years
son
Caleb Peck
Birth: 1663 40 36Saybrook, Middlesex, Ct
Death: March 10, 1725D Young
3 years
daughter
Ann Peck
Birth: 1665 42 38Saybrook, Middlesex, Ct
Death: May 23, 1718
3 years
son
Jeremiah Peck
Birth: about 1667 44 40Newark ?, Essex, Nj
Death: 1752Waterbury, New Haven, Ct
7 years
son
Joshua Peck
Birth: 1673 50 46Newark, Middlessex, Ct
Death: February 14, 1736D.S.P.

 
Note

Family records in possession of Lucy Bremner Peck Woodard, Rancho Palos Verdes,CA. Came with his father; had good education;was a teacher and then minister. Married and had 11 children;eldest was Samuel. AF:AFN963r-QO ver4.02

Jeremiah, eldest son of William and Elizabeth Peck, was born in or near London, England, in 1623, and was brought to America by his parents in 1637. He is said by Cotton Mather to have been a student at Harvard, and undoubtedly was, as he was possessed of a good education. His name does not, however, appear in the catalogue of graduates of any year. He was for a time of Guilford, Connecticut, preaching or teaching until 1660, when he removed to New Haven in response to an invitation to take charge of the Collegiate school, which had been instituted in New Haven by the general court in 1659. He was in charge of the school until the summer of 1661, when it was temporarily suspended for lack of support. After a few years it was revived and flourishes now under the name of the Johns Hopkins Grammar School. In the fall of 1661 he was invited to preach at Saybrook, Connecticut, where he is supposed to have been ordained, as he settled there as a minister, dating from September 25, 1661. He remained in Saybrook until 1666, when he removed to Guilford. Difficulties arose in the Synod, which decided Ihim to leave Connecticut. He removed later in 1666 to Newark, New Jersey, where he resided on the corner of Market and Mulberry streets. He preached in the neighboring towns, but not in Newark. In 1669, or 1670, he settled as the minister of Elizabethtown, New Jersey, declining calls to other churches until 1678, when he became the first settled minister of the church in Greenwich, Connecticut. He remained here until 1689 and in 1691 became the first settled minister of the church at Waterbury, Connecticut, continuing here, discharging most of his official duties until his death, June 7, 1699. He was a man of much usefulness, both as a teacher and a minister on the frontier settlements among the early colonists. He married Johannah Kitchell, November 12, 1656, daughter of Robert Kitchell, one of the first planters of Guilford, Connecticut. She survived him until 1711, dying in Waterbury. His will and that of his wife are recorded in the Waterbury land records (Deeds of Gift, p. 6 & 103 of vol I). Children: