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Peck Brothers -John Jacob, John Adam, John Nickel
Posted by: laura williams (ID *****7865) Date: August 18, 2011 at 09:54:53
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Ok I am stuck.
I know that my grandfather Johann Adam Pick became John Adam Peck and traveled over on the Hamilton in 1767. His DOB is about 1750, and he was born in Baden ( or possibly Hatzenstein, Aargau) Switzerland. He married Katarina Rosina Fillabina Smith in Beaver Co., Pa in 1772

He supposedly had a brother listed as Johan Nickel Pick but that would be almost impossible. The Johan Nickel Peck I discovered came over on the glasgow in 1738 at the age of 27. but yet I have info that John Adam's father Jacob Pick was born in Baden Switzerland in 1730

I have also read that their was a john nicholas peck supposedly john adams brother but I am unable to verify that.

I have no information on John adam pecks other brother john
Jacob peck either.

I even read info on the father of them Jacobe Picks father a joannis pick who supposedly married annae klinkhammer but that info has to be wrong . it show her being born in 1706 and bearing children till her death 60 years later

Would love it if anyone can help straighten this out.


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