1872 Rev. Marshall Reuben Peck CDV Photo, Brookfield, Orange County VT
On reverse: "Vester Anneus, M.R. Peck, Chicago Theological Seminary, Oct 4 1872" is finely handwritten and signed in old period dip pen ink. (We believe this to be the Latin phrase for "Yours to Connect") Photo type: Original Vintage Victorian CDV or Carte de Visite Photograph. Photographer: L.T. Sparhawk, West Randolph, Orange County, Vermont. (known to be photographer Luther T. Sparhawk, Luther Sparhawk)
The Chicago Theological Seminary has been in existence for over 150 years in Hyde Park Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Reverend Marcus Reuben Peck 1846-1876 was a young and very well educated minister of Brookfield, Orange County, Vermont. He was an alumni of 2 major Ivy League Colleges; Dartmouth College in Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire and Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Sadly, as you will see in genealogy research below, he died at age 30. He married Helen Nelson Peck in Madison, Illinois in 1875, and they left together for missionary work in India. They returned home, with him ill, to his parents home in Brookfield, Vermont. He died there, soon after, in August, 1876 at the age of 30. They were married for a year. We have looked extensively for Helen Nelson Peck, and not been able to find her after his death. Did she return to Illinois? Remarry? We do not know. Any help or correction appreciated, email Debra here.
His Father: Reuben Peck 1779–1885, born in Brookfield, Vermont to Thomas Peck 1762–1826 and Priscilla Howard Peck Burnham 1772-1849, who was born in Woodstock, Vermont to David Hayward Howard 1743-1822 and Priscilla Knowlton Howard 1744-1813. She married Thomas Peck in Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut in 1792. Her second husband was Dr. Walter Burnham. Reuben Peck was a U.S. Revolutionary War Pensioner 1831-1848. This is a DAR and SAR family.
His Mother: Hannah G Edson Peck 1805–1860, born in Brookfield VT to to Amasa Edson 1764–1853 and Hannah Morton 1762–1826. See extensive Edson family history below.
1. Marcus Peck 1834–1934
2. Aurelia B Peck 1836–1867
3. Mary Peck born 1837
4. Cassius Reuben Peck 1842-1913 won a Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor. He served in the Civil War as a Private in Company F, 1st USSS United States Sharpshooters. (Cassius Peck)
5. Rev. Marshall R Peck 1846–1874 (himself)
Marshall's academic and missionary info: Rev. Marshall Reuben Peck, Brookfield, Vermont, S.T.B. Yale College, 1875; Principal of the Graded School, Northfield, Vt, 1870-72; Missionary of the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions, stationed in India, 1875-6.
MISSIONARY HERALD, VOLUME LXXI, NUMBER 11, NOVEMBER, 1875, DEPARTURES: Rev. Marshall R. Peck, from Brookfield, Vermont, and Mrs. Helen N. Peck, from Monticello, Illinois, sailed from New York, October 2d for Glasgow, on the way to join the Madura mission, India.
THE MISSIONARY HERALD VOLUME LXXII, NUMBER 9 SEPTEMBER, 1876, DEATHS: Rev. Marshall R. Peck, who was constrained by ill health to return from the Madura mission very soon after his arrival in India, died at his father’s residence in Brookfield, Vermont, August 6th.
Professor Peck Records:
Professor Marshall R Peck n the U.S. School Catalogs 1765-1935
Name: Professor Marshall R Peck
Publication Year: 1871
Publication Place: Vermont
School Name: Vermont Methodist Seminary and Female College
Residence Place: Northfield
U.S. School Catalogs, 1765-1935 for Marshall R. Peck: Vermont Newbury Seminary and Female Collegiate Institute 1864
U.S. School Catalogs, 1765-1935 for Marshall R. Peck: Vermont Vermont Methodist Seminary and Female College 1874, graduated 1870 Dartmouth College, Yale Theological School.
General catalogue of Dartmouth college and the associated institutions, graduates and all others who have received honorary degrees:
Author: Dartmouth College
Publisher: Hanover, N.H.
Contributor: University of California Libraries:
Rev. Marshall Reuben Peck, Rev. miss., A.M., B.D. Yale 1875
Marshall Peck in Vermont Genealogy Census Records:
Marshall B Peck (Corrected to Marshall R. Peck) in Vermont Vital Records
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 22 Aug 1846
Event Place: Vermont
Father's Name: Reuben Peck
Mother's Name: Hannah G Edson
Marshal R Peck in the United States Census 1850
Event Place: Brookfield, Orange County, Vermont
Birth Year (Estimated) 1846
Household, Age, Birthplace:
Reuben Peck, M 50 Vermont
Hannah G Peck, F 43 Vermont
Marcus Peck, M 16 Vermont
Amelia Peck, F 14 Vermont (Aurelia Peck)
Cassius Peck, M 8 Vermont
Marshal R Peck, M 4 Vermont
Elisha H Tracy, M 21 Vermont (laborer)
Marshall R Peck in the 1860 United States Federal Census
Birth Year: abt 1847
Birth Place: Vermont
Home in 1860: Brookfield, Orange, Vermont
Post Office: Brookfield
Reuben Peck 60
Aurelia B Peck 23 (Aurelia Peck)
Cassius Peck, 18
Marshall Peck, 13
Marcus Peck, 25
Mary Peck, 23
Solomon Lafont 25, Laborer, French Canadian, born in Canada
Marshall R Peck in the 1870 United States Federal Census
Age in 1870: 23
Birth Year: abt 1847
Home in 1870: Hanover, Grafton, New Hampshire (Dartmouth College)
Occupation: Student, Dartmouth College
Household, Age, Birthplace: (assumed Dartmouth dormitory mates below)
Schuyler C Farnum, M 25 Vermont (Schuyler Farnham)
John H Harely, M 24 New Hampshire (John Harely)
Leonard S Hastings, M 24 Vermont
Marshall R Peck, M 23 Vermont
Robert M Carlton, M 21 Massachusetts
Alfred S Hall, M 20 Vermont
Thomas M Dillingham, M 19 Illinois (Thomas Dillingham)
George P Heilman, M 23 Indiana
George S Bartlett, M 23 New Hampshire
Rufus F Barton, M 27 Vermont (Rufus Barton)
Joseph H Bogart, M 30 New Hampshire
Clinton Evans, M 22 Maine
Marshall Reuben Peck in the Illinois County Marriages, 1800-1940
Name: Marshall Reuben Peck
Marriage Date: 3 Jun 1875
Marriage Place: Madison, Illinois
Spouse: Helen M Nelson Peck
Marshall Reuben Peck in the U.S., School Yearbooks 1880-2013
Birth Year: abt 1855
Yearbook Date: 1875
School: Yale College
School Location: New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Yearbook Title: Catalog of Officers and Students of Yale College 1874
U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925
Name: Marshall R Peck (signed with exact same signature as this photo)
Birth Date: 22 Aug 1846
Birth Place: Brookfield, Vermont
Passport Issue Date: 28 Aug 1875, with wife Helen Peck
Marshall A Peck in the Vermont Death, Vital Records 1720-1908
Name: Marshall A Peck
Birth Date: abt 1847
Birth Place: Brookfield
Death Date: 7 Aug 1876
Death Place: Brookfield, Vermont
Death Age: 29
Father Name: Reuben Peck
Mother Name: Hannah Edson Peck
Extensive info on Marshall's Mother's EDSON family line: The History of Brookfield, Vermont / Compiled by the Brookfield Historical Society. Publication: Reprinted by The Society, 1987: Amasa Edson was the first of this family to settle in Brookfield. He was born in Whately, Massachusetts on April 13, 1763 . At the age of seventeen he enlisted as a Private and served, probably in the Rhode Island area, during the Revolutionary War. Tradition relates that he was given a grant of land in Brookfield for his services. At any rate, he married Hannah Morton Edson in Whately on December 14, 1786 and with four children, they moved to Brookfield before 1796 where he obtained ownership of three hundred acres of land in the Brookfield Center area. In succeeding years he bought more lan d towards the Pond Village area . His first purchase was the Chittenden lot, for which he paid thirty pounds. Hannah, his first wife, died in Brookfield on July 30, 1826. Amasa Edson then married Martha Cady Edson (nickname Patty), the widow of Jacob Cady of Royalton, Vermont on November 21, 1826. She was a daughter of Justin Morgan of Randolph who was the founder and developer of the Morgan horse breed. After her death on January 6, 1837, he married Thirza Lillie Torry, the widow of David Torrey of Bethel, on March 21, 1837. He was elected and appointed by Gov. Isaac Tichnor as a Captain in the Light Infantry of the State Militia. He died in Brookfield on February 9, 1853 and is buried in the Brookfield Center Cemetery with his wives.
Amasa Edson's Children:
1. Jerah Edson 1788-1870
Sophia Stiles Edson married in 1809
Ellen Bigelow Edson married in 1829
Laura Abbott Edson Stratton married in 1858. He died on March 20, 1870 and his wife later married Caleb Stratton, also known as C.A. Stratton.
2. Harris Edson born 1791 (Harrison Edson)
Mary Thatcher Edson of South Royalton married 1824. She died 1834.
Emily Thatcher, assumed sister of his first wife, married her in 1835
3. Sophila Edson Lyman 1803-1870 married Elijah G. Lyman in 1828, the son of Rev. Elijah Lyman, the first settled minister in Brookfield, name also seen as Sophia Edson.
4. Marshall Reuben Peck's Mother:
Hannah G. Edson: The fifth daughter of Amasa and Hannah Edson was born in Brookfield on October 10, 1806. She married Reuben Peck, a farmer in Brookfield . Among their children were Marcus Peck and Cassius Peck, both of whom were active in Brookfield affairs.
5. Henry Edson, born 1812, married Clarinda Lorinda Capron Peck of Williamstown.
6. Electra Pomeroy Edson 1816-1891
Andrew Wheatley Bigelow married 1839
Samuel Milton Bigelow, son of Barna Bigelow and Lois Bigelow, married 1854. He died October 8, 1855 and she on July 17, 1891
7. Jerah Edson 1825-1884 (intresting, a second son named Jerah?)
His Wife: Mary Hopkins Wheatley, married 1848 moved to Montello, Marquette County, Wisconsin for a year in 1863. He then returned to Brookfield, VT.
1. Andrew Wheatley Edson 1851-1924 married Cynthia Francelia Paine Both
2. Alice Marinda Edson 1853 married Edward Carroll Abbot, North Attleboro, Mass.
3. Marshall Otto Edson, Dartmouth College, married Alice Warden Edson.
A beautiful old Peck family piece, found in Franklin County, Massachusetts,. This photo is of a young and handsome Marshall Peck, who died so young. We know it is definitely him, as his signature and autograph on the photo matches his signature on his 1875 passport application we found, exactly. If you order either the original or scans, we will include a copy of that document. This is a rare, one of a kind and a beautiful intimate close up portrait.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
Note: Hello from ~debra. I have spent years collecting over 10,000 ID’d lost family photos & paper from US flea markets & antique shops. I do the best gen research I can, but am always open to corrections. This is an original antique item, not a reprint. A new high quality rigid sleeve is included for extra protection, especially during shipping. You may buy a piece alone, or large intimate 300 dpi scans of the front and back sent immediately via email, or both. Please search carefully, as they are often found together and many may be related. I also invite you to join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. Thank you, enjoy! ~Debra Clifford (contact info on top bar)
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