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 David Brainard Peck

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David Brainard Peck

Birth
Pompey, Onondaga County, New York, USA
Death
28 Dec 1912 (aged 79)
District of Columbia, USA
Burial
Mentor, Lake County, Ohio, USA
Plot
Section 8, Lot 19
Memorial ID
83228031 View Source

Suggested edit: Served during the Civil War as Colonel and commanding officer of the 7th Vermont Volunteer Infantry. Contributor: RPD2 (309)
Enlisted; Jan. 14, 1862. Mustered out; Mar. 14, 1866; LT COL
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The funeral services of Col. D. Brainard Peck will take place this afternoon at his late residence, 1309 Columbus Rd., Washington, DC.

His body will arrive here tomorrow morning at 10.50 on the B&O Railroad and will be taken directly to Mount Olivet cemetery, and placed in the vault, to remain until spring. Friends of the family are invited to the service.
Source: Evening Post (Frederick, MD)
Monday, December 30, 1912
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The remains of Col. David Peck, who died in Washington, several months ago and were placed in the vault in Mt. Olivet cemetery, have been taken to Cleveland, Ohio for burial. Col. Peck's former home was in that city. The remains were accompanied to Cleveland by Mrs. Pect and her father, Mr. L.S. Clingan, of this city. Interment was made in the Cleveland cemetery on Wednesday.
Source: News (Frederick, MD)
Friday, April 25, 1913

Suggested edit: Served during the Civil War as Colonel and commanding officer of the 7th Vermont Volunteer Infantry. Contributor: RPD2 (309)
Enlisted; Jan. 14, 1862. Mustered out; Mar. 14, 1866; LT COL
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The funeral services of Col. D. Brainard Peck will take place this afternoon at his late residence, 1309 Columbus Rd., Washington, DC.

His body will arrive here tomorrow morning at 10.50 on the B&O Railroad and will be taken directly to Mount Olivet cemetery, and placed in the vault, to remain until spring. Friends of the family are invited to the service.
Source: Evening Post (Frederick, MD)
Monday, December 30, 1912
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The remains of Col. David Peck, who died in Washington, several months ago and were placed in the vault in Mt. Olivet cemetery, have been taken to Cleveland, Ohio for burial. Col. Peck's former home was in that city. The remains were accompanied to Cleveland by Mrs. Pect and her father, Mr. L.S. Clingan, of this city. Interment was made in the Cleveland cemetery on Wednesday.
Source: News (Frederick, MD)
Friday, April 25, 1913


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