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Ichabod Peck
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Birth: Mar. 9, 1691
Rehoboth
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Jul. 8, 1773

From "Descendants of Joseph Peck" by Ira Peck pub 1868. Ichabod Peck settled in that part of Attleborough, MA now Cumberland, RI. He purchased lands of John Sweetland as early as 1721, lying at the north end of Red Earth Hill, on each side of the road to Diamond Hill. It appears from the records at Taunton, and the Proprietors' Records, of Attleborough, that he was the owner of large tracts of land, laid out to him upon his own, and upon the rights of his father and grandfatner, in the common lands. His son Benjamin was administrator upon his estate (Cumberland Probate Records Book 5, p.97 and 350. His gravestone has not been found. Perhaps it was just a fieldstone like the one pictured. 
 
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 Parents:
  Jathniel Peck (1660 - 1742)
  Sarah Smith Peck (1670 - 1717)
 
 Spouse:
  Judith Paine Peck (1695 - 1778)*
 
 Children:
  Ichabod Peck (1722 - 1776)*
  Solomon Peck (1733 - 1802)*
  Oliver Peck (1736 - 1796)*
  Benjamin Peck (1739 - 1795)*
 
 Siblings:
  Daniel Peck (1690 - 1750)*
  Ichabod Peck (1691 - 1773)
  Solomon Peck (1692 - 1728)*
  Ebenezer Peck (1697 - 1760)*
  Sarah Peck Hunt (1698 - 1728)*
  Joseph Peck (1702 - 1738)*
  Benjamin Peck (1706 - 1749)*
  Henry Peck (1709 - 1790)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: Dave Peck
Record added: Sep 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41509462
Ichabod Peck
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Ichabod Peck
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Ichabod Peck
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