Descendent Families
Emily C. Peck

Timeline

1842. Birth
New York, USA

Documents

1850. Federal Census
Guilford, Chenango County, New York, USA

1860. Federal Census
Guilford, Chenango County, New York, USA

1870. Federal Census, as Emily Curtis?
Sidney, Deleware, New York, USA

1880. Federal Census, as Johnstone
St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, USA

1900. Federal Census
Minneapolis Ward 2, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA

1901. George E. Peck Obituary
Owatonna, Steele County, Minnesota, USA

1910. Federal Census
Minneapolis Ward 2, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA

Notes

Brother-in-law Judge Adam C. Hickman is also a boarder in 1910 census

Married first to Frederick W. Curtis then to Edgar Johnston.

Previous to this, about 1842, Willis Gregory and Landon Daniels formed a co-partnership which continued about two years, when they sold to Henry Billings, who came from the west part of the county and did business about ten years, during which time he was associated at different times with Willis Gregory, Ur Hayes, W. Arnold, and Charles P. Sykes. Billings sold to David Wescott, a former resident of the county, who traded about five years, when he sold to Tompkins Jewell, and removed to Norwich and engaged in trade there. He soon after removed to Utica, where he still resides. Jewell, after about two years, sold to Ransom and Jay E. Truesdell, brothers and farmers, from Rockdale. The Truesdell Brothers continued about a year, when Ransom sold his interest to Frederick W. Curtis, of Rockdale. Jay E. Truesdell soon after sold to H. W. Curtis, brother of Frederick. The business was continued by the Curtis Brothers about three years, when they dissolved, and F. W. took his share of the goods to Sidney Plains. H. W. Curtis continued here alone till 1870, when Horace F. Place became his partner, and the business was conducted under the name of Curtis & Place seven years. In 1877, Curtis sold to George A. Gregory and the firm became Place & Gregory, and remained such about sixteen months, when Gregory sold to Franklin Morse. The business, (general merchandise,) has since been conducted under the name of Place & Morse.

Ancestral Families
Emily C. Peck PHOTOS:

Unknown woman. Emily Peck?

Date: 1871?

Unknown woman, same as scan 0154. Emily Peck?

Date: 1871?

"Dec. 25, 1889"

Unknown. Maybe Emily Peck?

Date: Dec. 25, 1889

Place: Rochester, Minnesota, USA

Photographer: Crowell, Rochester, Minnesota

Emily C. Peck?

Date: 1890s?

Place: St. Paul, Minnesota

Photographer: Zimmerman, St. Paul, Minnesota

"Aunt Em, mother's (Bertha's) own mother's sister"

Emily Peck, Carrie Laura Peck's sister.

Date: 1910?

Place: Owatonna, Steele County, Minnesota, USA

Photographer: Will Thomas, Owatonna, Minnesota

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