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Peck, Frederick C.

Frederick C. Peck U.S. Navy WWII
Frederick C. Peck U.S. Navy WWII

Date of Birth: 6/27/1894
Died On: 2/9/1987 Last Residence: 06830, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
Street Address: Windcrest Road
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy-WWII

Veteran Code: USN-203

BIOGRAPHY Extended Information
Frederick C. Peck was born in New York in 1894. In Rye his family lived on Windcrest Road and were members of Christ Church. Frederick served as an officer in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

BELMONT BRIDE WILL LIVE IN NEW YORK AND IN CHICAGO At All Saint«’ Church at Belmont Miss Edna Caldwell Hartley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartley of 28 Stone road, Belmont, and Mr. Frederio Carlton Peck of New York were married by the Rov. Mr. Purlngton, assisted by Dr. Alexander Blackburn. TŁe bride was dressed In white satin, trimmed with real lace. Her party consisted of Mrs. M. G. Estabrook, Jr., of Cambridge, matron of honor, and Miss Lorna Bugbee of Winchester, Miss Pauline Winter of Cambridge and Mias Evelyn Peck of New York, bridesmaids. Wells Peck, brother of the groom, was beet man. The ushers were Messrs. Edward Deedes of New York, Chester La Roche of New Haven, Wilbur Burt of New York and Francis Jitlrtley, Jr., of Belmont. ' Mrs. Peck was graduated from the Rogers Hall School at Lowell and is well known in Belmont and Boston. i Mr. Peck Is a graduate of Yale Shef- Pfield, class of 1918, and is in business with the firm of Peck & Peck o$ New York and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Peck will make their home in Chloago and New York .'t https://www.newspapers.com/clip/71395791/marriage-of-hartley-peck/

Lieut. Commander Frederick C. Peck, U. S. N. R.
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