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Joseph Peck (son of Robert Peck and Helen Babbs)7270 was born 30 Apr 1587 in Churchyard, Beccles, Suffolkshire, England7271, 7272, 7273, 7274, 7275, 7276, 7277, 7278, 7279, 7280, 7281, and died 23 Dec 1663 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts7282, 7282, 7282, 7283. He married Mary Beckley on Bef. Oct 1637 in Hingham, Norfolk, England7284, 7285, 7286, 7287, 7288.

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Joseph Peck and his brother, the Rev. Robert Peck, along withtheirwives a nd families sailed from Ipswich, Suffolk, on theship"Diligent,"Jo hn Mart in, Master, in June, 1638. They arrived atBostonAugust 10,16 38 wi th abo ut one hundred passengers, mostlyfromHingham,Eng.Joseph se tt led w ith h is brother at asettlementnamedaftertheirEnglishhom e, Hing ha m, Ma ssach usetts,where he wasmadeafreeman onMarch 13,1639.

Both Joseph and his brother Robert held ecclesiastical degreesinbothMa gd aline College and Cambridge University. It did nottakeJosephlong to be co me active in civil services, he served HinghamasDeputyofthe G eneral C ou rt in May 1639, twice in 1640 and1642.WasoneofthreeCo mm issi one rs in 1 639 and in 1641, as wellasoneofthreeJusticesappoi nt ed to wi tne ss marr iages and keeprecords.

In 1641, Joseph purchased land in Rehoboth, Massachusetts and in 1645,he t ook his family to live here. He applied for freemanship hereinJune as Reh oboth was part of the Plymouth Colony. In October 1650,Joseph w as allow ed by the Court to perform mar-riages atRehoboth.InJuly1 65 5, he s at as magistrate to hear small Courtcases.

His will for reasons was undated, but attested correct by hissix sonsw ho are mentioned in it. Also mentioned in the will is"mybrotherThom as Co oper" (brother-in-law to his first wife).


Joseph came from Old Hingham, in 1638 with 132 other Puritansandhisbro th er Robert Peck , their Pastor, in the "Diligent"(JohnMartin, Mast er ) Was Baptized, April 30, 1587, and was adescendantin the21st.g en er ation of John Peck of Belton, Yorkshire.



Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut: ARecordof t he Achievements of Her People in the Making of aCommonwealthandthe F ound ing of a Nation. Volume IV
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(I) Joseph Peck was the son of Robert , born 1546 , died 1593 ,andHelen ( Babbs) Peck , of Beccles, Suffolk county, England ,andwasbaptized t he re April 30, 1587 . He settled at Hingham,Norfolkcounty,Eng land , a nd in 1638 he and other Puritans with hisbrother,RobertPeck , the ir past or, fled from the persecutions of thechurchto thiscountr y.Th ey ca me in the ship "Diligent." and soonafter hisarrivalhe settled in Hi ngha m, Massachusetts , where hereceived agrant ofland in 1638 . He rema in ed there about sevenyears, duringwhich timehe wasjusti ce of the pe ac e, assessor,selectman,representative tothegeneralcou rt f our te rm s. In 1641 hebecame oneof theprincipalpurchasers ofth at t ra ct of la nd called bythemSeekonk ,afterwardincorporated into t he to wn of Rehobot h,Massachusetts , andremovedthere, 1645 , andbe ca me o ne of itsprominent men as well asone ofits wealthiestuntilh is de at h, December 23,16 63 .
He married (first) in Hingham, England , May 21, 1617 , Rebecca Clark.S he died and was buried there, October 24, 1637 . The name ofhissecond wi fe is . The marriage was probably in another parishwheretherecor ds we re not preserved. The records of the town clerkatHingham,Massa ch us et ts , show that "Mr. Joseph Peck , his wife,threesonsandadaug ht er s et tl ed there," so it is knownhemarriedasecondtimebefore lea vi ng E ng la nd . His children were:1.Anna ,baptizedinHingham, Eng la nd , M ar ch 1 2, 1618 , andburiedthere,July27, 1636.2. Rebecca , ba pt iz ed in Hi ngh am , May25, 1620,married -Hubbert.3. Joseph , menti on ed be lo w. 4. Jo hn ,baptizedabout 1626.5.Nicholas , baptized in Hing ha m, Eng la nd ,April 9,1630 . 6.Samuel,baptized in Hingham, Massachus et ts , Feb ruary3, 1638-39.7.Nathaniel , baptized at Hingham, Massachus et ts , October31, 16 41.8.Israel , baptized at Hingham, Massachuset ts , M ar ch4,1644 .
(II) Joseph (2), son of Joseph (1) and Rebecca (Clark) Peck , wasbornin E ngland , and baptized there August 23, 1623 . He accompaniedhisfath er to this country in 1638 , and removed with them fromHingham,Massac hu se tts , to Seekonk in 1645 , and settled nearhisfatheratSee konk P la in in a house located near, if not upontheexactspotwhere n owst an ds t he depot of the Boston &Providencerailroad.He wasone of thepro mi ne nt m en of the town inthose days,his nameappearinguponvarious imp or ta nt doc uments. About1660 heleft thePlain andsettleduponPalme r 's r iv er in t hesouthwesterlypart ofRehoboth ,where hewas anexten si ve la nd o wner.H is will wasmade inJuly, 1697. Hemarried - -. Chil dr en wer e: Rebec ca , bornNovember6, 1650 ;Hannah, March 25,1653 ; Eli za be th ,Nove mb er 26,1657 ;Jathniel ,mentioned below;Mary , Novemb er 1 7, 1662 ; Ich ab od,September 13,1666 ; Patience ,October 11, 16 69 ; Samu el , Octob er11, 1672 .

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut: ARecordof t he Achievements of Her People in the Making of aCommonwealthandthe F ound ing of a Nation. Volume I
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(XXI) Joseph Peck , the immigrant ancestor, was baptized in Beccles,coun ty Suffolk, England . In 1638 he and other Puritans, withhisbrother, Re v. Robert Peck , their pastor, fled from thepersecutionsof theirch ur ch to America . They came in the ship"Diligent ," ofIpswich,John Ma rt in , master. The records of Hingham,Massachusetts ,state:"Mr.Jo se ph Pe ck and his wife, with three sonsand a daughterandtwomenserv an ts a nd th ree maid servants, came fromOldHinghamandsettled atNew H in gh am ." He w as granted a house lotofsevenacresadjoiningthatof h is b ro th er. He rem ained atHinghamsevenyears, andthenremovedto S ee ko nk . At Hi ngham he w asdeputy tothegeneralcourt in1639 .He to ok an a ct ive pa rt in townaff airs;wasselectman,justiceof thepeace, ass es so r, et c. In 1641he beca meoneoftheprincipalpurchasers of the I nd ia ns of th at tractoflandcalledSeekonk ,afterwards the town of Re ho bo th , includingthepresenttowns ofRehoboth, Massachusetts , and See ko nk and52Pawtucke t,RhodeIsla nd .He removed, 1645 , to his new home.An incide nt of thetr ipis fou ndin the town records of Rehoboth ."Mr.Jose ph Pe ck andthreeot hers atH ingham , being about to removetoSeacon k, ri di ngthitherthey sheltered t hemselves and their horsesinanIndian w ig wam, whichby someocca sion to ok fire, and,althoughtherewe re fo ur init an dlabored totheir ut most, b urntthree oftheirhorses to d eat h,and allthe irgoods, to the val ue of fiftypounds."He was appoi nt edto assistinmatt ers of controversyat cour t, and in1650 was author ized toperformmarriage s. He wassecondon t he t axlist. In someinstances la ndgranted to h im is stillownedby his descen dants. Hishouse wasupo nt he plain in theno rtherly partof the"Ri ng of t heTown," nearthejunc ti on of thepresent Pa wtucketwiththe old Bo ston andBristolroad, not f ar f romthe Boston &Prov idencerailroad stat ion.He diedDecember 23, 16 63 .H is will wasproved March 3, 1663-64 . Hiss onsunited in theamplifica ti on of thewrittenwill w hich was madeonh is deathbed, andthe court acce pt ed itas apart of the w ill.
He married (first) Rebecca Clark , at Hingham, England , May 21, 1617.S he died and was buried there, October 24, 1637 . The name ofhissecond wi fe is . Children: 1. Anna , baptized in Hingham,England .March 12, 16 18 ; buried there July 27, 1636 ; Rebecca ,baptized thereMay 25,16 20 , m arried - Hubbard ; Joseph , baptizedAugust 23, 1623 ;John ,bo rn ab out 16 26 ; Nicholas , baptized April9, 1630 ; Simon ,bornabout 16 35 ; Sa mu el , baptized in Hingham,Massachusetts ,February 3,163 8- 39 . Na tha ni el , baptized October 31,1641 ,mentionedbelow;Israel , b ap tized M ar ch 1 1, 1644 ,diedyoung;SamuelandIsrael ,baptized July 1 9, 16 46 .



Joseph Peck and his brother, the Rev. Robert Peck, along withtheirwives a nd families sailed from Ipswich, Suffolk, on theship"Diligent,"Jo hn Mart in, Master, in June, 1638. They arrived atBostonAugust 10,16 38 wi th abo ut one hundred passengers, mostlyfromHingham,Eng.Joseph se tt led w ith h is brother at asettlementnamedaftertheirEnglishhom e, Hing ha m, Ma ssach usetts,where he wasmadeafreeman onMarch 13,1639.

Both Joseph and his brother Robert held ecclesiastical degreesinbothMa gd aline College and Cambridge University. It did nottakeJosephlong to be co me active in civil services, he served HinghamasDeputyofthe G eneral C ou rt in May 1639, twice in 1640 and1642.WasoneofthreeCo mm issi one rs in 1 639 and in 1641, as wellasoneofthreeJusticesappoi nt ed to wi tne ss marr iages and keeprecords.

In 1641, Joseph purchased land in Rehoboth, Massachusetts and in 1645,he t ook his family to live here. He applied for freemanship hereinJune as Reh oboth was part of the Plymouth Colony. In October 1650,Joseph w as allow ed by the Court to perform mar-riages atRehoboth.InJuly1 65 5, he s at as magistrate to hear small Courtcases.

His will for reasons was undated, but attested correct by hissix sonsw ho are mentioned in it. Also mentioned in the will is"mybrotherThom as Co oper" (brother-in-law to his first wife).


Joseph came from Old Hingham, in 1638 with 132 other Puritansandhisbro th er Robert Peck , their Pastor, in the "Diligent"(JohnMartin, Mast er ) Was Baptized, April 30, 1587, and was adescendantin the21st.g en er ation of John Peck of Belton, Yorkshire.


Name: Joseph Peck
Year: 1638
Place: Hingham, Massachusetts
Source Publication Code: 1936
Primary Immigrant: Peck, Joseph
Annotation: Excellent directory of the first settlers ofNewEngland. Dr ake's additions and corrections (no. 1666) are foundintheG.P.C.r ep ri nt and in no. 9151, Tepper, Passengers to America,pp.468-470.
Source Bibliography: FARMER, JOHN. A Genealogical Register oftheFir st Settlers of New-England; Containing an AlphabeticalListoftheGove rn ou rs, Deputy-Governours, Assistants or Counsellors,andMinisters of t he Go sp el in the Several Colonies, from1620to1692;Graduatesof H arva rd Col le ge to 1662; MembersoftheAncientandHonourableArtille ry Com pa ny to 1 66 2;FreemenAdmittedtotheMassachusettsColony from 16 30 to 1 66 2; Wi th ManyOther oftheEarlyInhabitants ofNew-England and Lon g-Isl an d, N. Y.from 1620tothe Year1675 ....Lancaster, Mass.: Carter, An dr ew s, & Co.,1829.352p.Reprinted withadditions and corrections by Genea logicalPublishin gCo., Baltimore,1964. Repr. 1976, 1983.
Page: 222


Name: Joseph Peck
Year: 1638
Place: Hingham, Massachusetts
Source Publication Code: 9448
Primary Immigrant: Peck, Joseph
Annotation: In the years from 1925 to 1942, Frederick A.Virkusedited s even volumes with the title, The AbridgedCompendiumofAmericanGene al og y, published in Chicago by theInstituteofAmericanGenealog y.Ea ch vo lu me has a section in the mainbody ofthework,complete initsel f, e nti tl ed "Immigrant Ancestors,"containingmuchgenealogicalinform at io n: vo l. 1, pp. 965-997; vol.2,pp.387-421;vol. 3, pp.645- 692; vo l. 4, p p. 72 7-777; vol. 5,pp.741-793; vol. 6,pp.749-81 9; vol. 7, pp. 82 5-89 5. The s ectioninvol.7 appears to bethemost complete a nd it has be en re printe d.Thusthat1964 reprintlistis the onlyone a ppea ring in n o. 204 8, Filby,PassengerandImmigration ListsIndex. The Vi rk us work sup plies factson birth,ancestry, time andplace of arriv al on th is continent ,marriag e,anddeath of eachimmigrant that it includ es. A mo recompleteli stofimm igrants toAmerica before 1750 whose surname sbegin w iththelet terA or t heletter B through "Battles" is containedint hemateri alli sted in itemn o. 9450.
Source Bibliography: VIRKUS, FREDERICK A., editor.ImmigrantAncestor s: A List of 2,500 Immigrants to Americabefore1750.Baltimore:Geneal og ic al Publishing Co., 1964. 75p. Repr.1986.
Page: 53

The Last Will and Testament of mr Josepth Pecke of Rehoboth Deceased;
exhibited to the Court held att Plymouth the third of March 1663
Know all men by these prsents that I josepth Pecke senir: ofRehobothDoe o rdaine and make this my last Will and Testament inmanorandformefo ll owin g;
Know all men by these prsents that I Josepth Pecke senir; ofRehobothDoe o rdaine and make this my last Will and Testament inmanorandformefo ll owin g; Item I give and bequeath unto my sonJosepthallmylandsand me dd ow es l ying and being neare untotheRivercalledPalmersRive r'To h im a nd h is he ires for ever' ItemIgive untohim myoldblacke mare a nd my gre at C hi st in theParlous'Item I giveunto mysonJohn myhou se a nd lan ds w hi ch Ipurchased ofJosepthTorrey' andthehalfe ofthe medd ow b et wi xt mr Newman and mee;on theother sideofthe newmeddow R iv er to h im a nd hisheir es forever;alsoe I giveuntohim mygreat C hi st in the hal l; Item I gi veandbequeath unto mysonNicholasall my me dd ow att the hundr ed acrees;and the meddowcalledbusheymeddow and a ll my m eddowes ont he n orthside of towne tohimand hisheires for ever; I tem I g iveand bequ ea thunto my sonSamuellmy housewherin I now Dwell wi th all the houses standi ngthere; theorchyardsand all my house lott and a llmy la nd inthe2 co nd Devision;and myplaine lotts excepting halfe myfur thestwh ichI gi ve u nto mysonNicholas; and alsoe I give unto himmymeddow calledC hees br ookesmeddow; and alsoe my salt marsh attbroadcove Tohim a ndhis h eire sfor e ver; Item I give unto mysonnesNathaniel andIsraella ll myl an dsw hi ch I purchased of JohnAdamesand mr Bradfordwith themeddo wca lled t he lo nge beach whichisbetwixt mr Newman andmee; andall myme ddow a tt sq uamqu ammettwhichis betwixt John Allinand mee;andalsoe myme dd ow a tt Pa pasquashbetwixt John Allin andmee; to themandtheireheires f or ev er It emI give my pte of meddowatt kekemuettuntoJohnPecke my so n; a nd a lsoe all my lands attWackemauquate; Igiveunto mysonnes Josep th a nd Nich olas to beeequally Devidedbetwixtthem Item Igive and bequ ea th unto myD au ghterhubbert thirtypoundsin such payas can bee Rais ed o utof the g oo ds Ishall leave topay bymyexecutors within one yeare a fter myDec ea se and alsoe I giveuntohermy wifes best cloake; onefinepil lo wbe er a ndmy D amaskenapkin;ItemI give unto my son Samuellmysilv er be ak er and two silverspoones andone gould Ringe which washismothe rs and al so on epaire of fineholland sheets one DiaperTablecothand sixDi aperNa pk ins 2 fine pillowbeares and the featherbed andbolster andpillow and tw ob lanketts wh eron I now lye; mysecond Ruggwith someothersmalel in ni ne inmy tr un ke in the parlourwhich Ialsoe giveunto him'andthe o th er Chist und er t he window intheparlour and mybestCurtainesand Curt ai neRod ds; It em I g ive untomyson Nathanielmybigest silverCupp one g ould Rin ge two s ilv erspoonesmy bestfeatherbed onebolster two blanketts t he Ru gg th at now lyethupon meemytrunke inthe Parlourchamber myRou nd ta ble t hr eeDiap ernapkinsonelong tableCloth between Israella nd hi m; It em I give untoI sraellmyson mysilver salt 2 silver spoones my two n ew bedteek eswith thebolstersthe old flocke bed twoblanket ts my best Coverl id onebolstero nepillow two pillow beares;alsoe unto Na thanielone pi llow2p illowbear es Item I give untoIsraell ten of my beste wesandmysorre ll edm are t wo of my best Cowesand my bull and myseggandth reeDiaperna pk in s; It em I give unto myson Joseph fiveewes;and tomysonS amue ll my t wo o xen C alled buckeand Duke and twoCowesmyCartando ne of my li ttle pl ow es o ne chainewith the CopsesfortheCart;and Igi ve unto Nathan iel t wo s tee rs andtwo Cowes; ItemIgiveuntomy sonNichol as the feath er bed w hi ch h eehath alreddyandmybestRugg; andunto my s on John I gi ve the fea th erbedandbolsterwhich heealreddyhath and 3 0s to buy him a R ug g; a ndtoIsraell Igive the twolittleChistes in the C hamber and his m otherslittle trunke; and untomy sonSamuell I give my bed stead in the parlourChamber; It em I giveunto myson Josepth my gould Rin ge and untoJohn and Nichol as my twosilverwine Cuppesl my mind is that mythreeyoung er son nes shou ldhave eachthree platters; and all theRestmype wtersh ou ld b ee equally betweenmy six sonnes and all myapparellIgiveun to my t hr ee e lderson nesand all my wifes apparell Igiveuntomythree you ngest s on nes to beequ ally Devided betwixt them;ItemIgiveand bequeath a ll the Re st o fmy goo ds Cattles andChattles;myDebtesand legacies beingp ay ed (a nd my body gr ought tothe grave)Igiveunto my six sonnesequ al ly to beeDe vi ded among stthemtheyoungestand weakest to haveas go od a s hareas t he el destandstrongest;Desireing mr Newman andmy broth er Thomas Coop er tobeesuper visors ofthis my Testament andlast Will; a nd IDoe ord ai nemyson Nichol as andmy son Samuell theexequitors of this my last Will;Desiri ng the Lo rdto guide theirehartes to Doe allaccordi ng untomyIn tent he er settDow n;
The last Will and Testament of
mee Josepth Pecke written with
my owne hand;
March the 3th (1663)
In Reference to the amplyfication of the Will of mr Josepth Pecke
Deceased; before entered this following writing was ordered to bee
Recorded;
December 24; 1663
A further Amplyfication of our fathers Will upon his Death bedwhichwas n ot expressed in his written Will; Item hee gave to hissonJosepthhal fe h is meddow that hee purchased of mr Bradford lyingonthefurth ersi de of t he New meddow River; To his son Johnthirtyfivepounds of Como n; To his s on Samuell two hundred and fiftypoundsofComon; to hisson N at haniel t wo hundred pounds of Comonthesegifteswere giventothem a nd th ei re heir es for ever; Moroverourfather adedtohisDaughterhub be rt ten p ou nds mo re than wassettDowne inhiswrittenwil; Itemthat Nath an iel a nd Is rae ll shallhaveequallsharesof thecorne thatshalbee Rais ed u pon t hat g rou ndwhichheehath givento hissonSamuell for this yea re ensu ein g; th eybestowingan equallshareoflabour with them upon the la nd; Itw asf urth er expressed byhimthatseeing those oxen expressed in his willth at w as giv en tohisthreeyounger sons; was Disposed of beforehisDe at h; th atthos eyounge oxenand steeres that are coming on intheireRom es sh ould beemade C hoiseof by them in manor as followeth;his sonSamuell firs tChoosin g; h isson Israell next and nathaniellast; Itwas hiswilla ls oeth at tho se two mares which were give tohis sonnesJosepthandIsra ell; bei ng not extan t; That Josepth shouldhave hisold mare;andIsrae llh is you ng mare in ste ad of the other;furtherwherasourfather gave his son nes Josep th five she ep andIsraell ten;theyalsoebeing soldbefo re ourfat he rs Dea th; we ha veagreed thattheyshallhave invalluation ast hey we re so uld wh ich wasnineshillingesapeece. Thiswee owne to beeour f athe rs wi ll expressedby him untous; when heewas in his pfectmemory whi ch w ee ow ne ashisproper w illand Desire;In Witnes whereofwee have s et to ou rhand s
Witnes heerof Joseph Pecke
Stephen Paine John Pecke
Thomas Cooper Nicholas Pecke
John Reed; Samuell Pecke
Nathaniel Pecke
Israell Pecke
[Plymouth Colony Records Vol. 1 Wills and Inventories 1633-1669Editedby C .H. Simmons, Jr.]
Joseph Pecke
4 January 1663
Plymouth Colony Wills 2:12-14
#P131
The Inventory of Joseph Pecke
January the 4th 1663
An Inventory of the goods of Mr. Joseph Pecke whoe expireddecemberthe2 2c ond (63) and exhibted to the Court held att Plymouththe3ofmarch1 66 3.
s d
Imprimis one suite of apparrell 06 00 00
Item 2 cloakes and coate 05 10 00
Item more in wearing apparrell 02 10 00
Item a hatt 00 10 00
Item a paire of boots and a paire of shooes 01 00 00
Item in bands capps and shirts 01 00 00
Item 1 paire of stockens 00 05 00
Item a hood 00 05 00
[In the margin:] his wifes apparrell
Item 2 petticoates 06 00 00
Item 1 Cloth gowne 05 00 00
Item 1 grogorum gowne 04 00 00
Item 1 Tammy gowne 02 00 00
Item 1 Cloth gowne 02 00 00
Item 1 holland wastcoate and one say apron 01 00 00
Item some smale linnine 00 15 00
Item a wrought wastcotte 00 08 00
Item some other smale linnine 01 10 00
Item 2 diaper Tableclothes 02 05 00
Item 15 diaper napkins 01 10 00
Item 3 holland Table clothes 01 00 00
Item 2 Course Table Clothes and Napkins 00 10 00
Item 7 pillowbeers 02 00 00
Item 2 short Table clothes and a Course pillow beare 00 10 00
Item more smale linnine 00 15 00
Item 2 paire of gloves and a knife 00 04 03
Item in thrid 00 03 00
Item a paire of holland sheets 02 00 00
Item 2 paire of sheets 01 01 00
Item 5 sheets 01 10 00
Item 18 yards of Canvas 01 10 00
Item 3 yards of holland 00 07 00
Item 1 downe bed and bolster [..] 00 00
Item 3 downe pillowes 00 15 00
Item 1 bolster 00 10 00
Item 3 blankets 00 17 00
Item 1 Cotten Rugg 01 10 00
Item 2 Cover lides 00 10 00
Item 1 bolster 00 08 00
Item 1 blanket 00 03 04
Item 2 say Curtaines & one Curtaine Rod 00 15 00
Item 1 Curtaine 00 05 00
Item one Rugg 06
Item a featherbed & bolster 06 00
Item one bible 00 06
Item two blanketts 00 10
[folio 13]
Item 5 Curtaines 00 15 00
Item 2 Curtaine Rodes 00 04 00
Item 1 feather bed and bolster 3 blanketts & one Rugg 07 10 00
Item 1 trunke 00 02 00
Item 1 Rugg 02 10 00
Item one skillett 00 04 00
Item 1 Cherne 00 03 00
Item 2 pailes 00 02 06
Item 3 sackes 00 07 00
Item 20 lb. of woole 01 00 00
Item a bed stead in the Parlour Chamber 00 10 00
Item 2 Chists 00 10 00
Item 1 Trunke 00 06 08
Item 1 bedstead in the hall Chamber 00 03 00
Item 1 bedstead with the vallence in the Parlour 01 00 00
Item 3 Chist one trunke and 2 boxes 01 10 00
Item 1 Round Table and 1 Joyne stooles 00 15 00
Item 1 locke for a dore 00 03 03
Item powder and bulletts 00 10 00
Item 1 spining wheele 00 03 04
Item six buffitt stooles 00 10 00
Item 4 Chaires 00 08 00
Item 2 Cushens 00 03 00
Item some lumber in the hall Chamber 01 00 00
Item on Table in the hall 00 08 00
Item the Case of bottles 00 05 00
Item 1 Case of bottles more 00 02 06
Item 1 Close stool 00 06 08
Item 20 lb. of Tallow 00 10 00
Item 20 lb. of hoggs gresse 00 09 02
Item in sope 00 05 00
Item a tubb of butter 01 05 00
Item beer barrells 2 bottles with some earthen
potts & pans 01 05 00
Item in porke & beefe with the barrell
and Traugh it is in 04 00 00
Item tubbs killers and Cheesfatts 01 04 00
Item a fan a paire of bellowes and a lanthron 00 12 00
Item a great brasse kittle 01 05 00
Item 2 brasse kittles 01 00 00
Item 2 brasse bake panns & a Cullender 01 00 00
Item 1 posnett with the Cover 00 10 00
Item 1 skillett 00 05 00
Item 3 brasse potts 02 05 00
Item 1 frying pan 00 02 00
Item 1 fier pan one paire of tonggs and a Rost Iron 00 05 00
Item 1 spit 00 04 00
Item 1 morter and pestell 00 05 00
Item 1 saddle 1 pillian 1 pillian clothes 1 panell
bridles 01 00 00
Item 4 axes 00 12 00
Item 1 hammare 2 sickles 1 auger and 1 hand saw 00 12 00
Item 3 broad hoes 00 06 00
Item 2 Curtaine Rodds 00 02 00
Item 4 sythes 00 10 00
Item 1 Cart Rope 00 03 00
Item 2 sawes 00 13 06
Item strakes for wheeles with som old Nailes 00 15 00
Item in Iron 00 12 00
Item 3 musketts 3 swords and 1 Cutles 04 10 00
Item 3 wedges 2 beetle Ringes 00 07 00
Item some lether & a skine 00 02 06
Item 2 Cow bells 00 01 06
Item 1 paire of Cards 00 02 06
Item 1 baskett with other smale thinges 00 03 00
Item a Ryding suit 00 06 00
Item 4 Chaines 01 10 00
Item 3 yoakes 00 10 00
Item Cart wheeles and Copses to it 02 00 00
Item 3 plowes with the Irons 02 00 00
Item 2 horses Collors & trases 00 12 00
Item in hay 20 00 00
Item in wheat 07 00 00
Item in Indian Corne 21 00 00
Item in Rye 01 00 00
Item 1 spade a scopett 2 forkes 00 05 00
Item in Timber 01 10 00
Item 1 grindstone with the Cranke 00 12 00
Item a mault mill 01 00 00
Item six trayes 00 05 00
Item 3 bibles 01 00 00
Item in other bookes 03 00 00
Item one warming pan 00 08 00
Item in pewter 05 19 00
Item 3 Candlesticks 00 10 00
Item 4 spoones 00 02 00
Item 6 silver spoones 01 10 00
Item 1 silver salt 02 15 00
Item 1 silver beaker 02 10 00
Item 1 silver beer boule 01 00 00
Item 2 silver wine Cuppes 02 10 00
Item 4 gould Ringes 04 10 00
Item in money 21 16 02
Item 2 hakes 00 06 00
Item 2 Chamber potts 00 05 00
Item 7 Cowes 28 00 00
Item one yoake of oxen 11 00 00
[folio 14]
Item 4 young steers 17 00 00
Item 1 bull 1 steer 1 heiffers 09 10 00
Item 6 yearlinges 06 00 00
Item 1 horse 10 00 00
Item 11 swine 08 00 00
Item 2 mares [22] 00 00
Item 1 yearling Coult 05 00 00
Item a flocke bed 07 00 00
Item 2 hydes 01 05 00
Item in debts 02 06 00
Item for some other smale thinges
[362 10s 8d]
This Inventory was made by us Stephen Paine
Thomas Cooper
John Reed;
The persons abovenamed that were prisors of the goods in thisInventorywe re deposed before mee this 18th day of February 1663 by me
Thomas Willett
Plymouth Colony Wills, Vol. II, ff. 12-14.

More About Joseph Peck:
Ancestral File Number: GG5W-H8.7288
Date born 2: 30 Apr 1587, Beccles Churchyard, Suffolk, England.7288
Burial 1: 23 Dec 1663, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts.7288
Burial 2: Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts.7288
Christening 1: 30 Apr 1587, Churchyard, Beccles, Suffolkshire, England.7289, 7290, 7291, 7292, 7293, 7293, 7294
Christening 2: 30 Apr 1587, Beccles Churchyard, Suffolk, England.7294
Died 2: 1663, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.7294
Immigration 1: 1638, Came to America on the "Diligent".7295, 7296, 7297, 7297, 7298
Immigration 2: 1638, Aboard Ship, "Diligent".7299, 7300, 7301, 7302, 7303, 7304, 7305, 7306, 7307, 7308, 7309, 7310
Will 1: Mar 1662/63, Exhibited to the Court held att Plymouth.7311, 7312
Will 2: Mar 1661/62, Exhibited to the Court held at Plymouth.7312
Will 3: Mar 1661/62, Exhibited to the Court held att Plymouth.7313, 7314
Will 4: Mar 1661/62, Exhibited to the Court held att Plymouth.7315, 7316

More About Joseph Peck and Mary Beckley:
Marriage: Bef. Oct 1637, Hingham, Norfolk, England.7317, 7318, 7319, 7320, 7321

Children of Joseph Peck and Mary Beckley are:
  1. +Samuel Peck, b. 03 Feb 1636/37, Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts7322, 7323, 7324, 7325, 7326, 7327, d. 06 Feb 1707/08, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts7328, 7329, 7330, 7331, 7332.
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