Spencer Peck1

M, #1318, b. Dec 1894, d. 9 Apr 1917
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FatherHenry James Peck2 b. between 3 Apr 1859 and 1 Apr 1861
MotherJane Airey2 b. between 3 Apr 1862 and 1 Apr 1864
     Spencer Peck was born between 3 Apr 1894 and 1 Apr 1896 in Debenham, Suffolk, England.2 His birth was registered in the Dec 1894 quarter in the Bosmere registration district.3 He was the son of Henry James Peck and Jane Airey.2 Spencer Peck died on 9 Apr 1917 in Calais, Pas De Calais, France, at age 22; during WW1.1 He has no known burial place, and is commemorated on a Commonwealth War Memorial on The Arras Memorial, Calais, Pas De Calais, France; Bay 3.1

Census

DateHead of HouseholdHousehold
31 Mar 1901Henry James PeckSpencer Peck was listed as a member of the household of Henry James Peck in the 1901 census in Market Bridge, Debenham, Suffolk, England. Other people in the household include Jane Airey, William Peck, Doris Peck, Olive Peck, Albert Edward Peck and Florence Peck.4
2 Apr 1911Henry James PeckSpencer Peck was listed as a member of the household of Henry James Peck in the 1911 census in Debenham, Suffolk, England. Other people in the household include Jane Airey, William Peck, Doris Peck, Olive Peck and Claude Henry Peck.2

Military History

Occupation

DateOccupation
2 Apr 1911Boot Maker2
Last Edited=12 Feb 2016

Citations

  1. [S19] Website Commonwealth War Graves Commission (http://www.cwgc.org) "http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1603666/."
  2. [S2] Online image of the 1911 Census for England & Wales (1911 Census - England & Wales, http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "Class: RG14; Piece: 10753; Schedule Number: 74."
  3. [S11] General Record Office Indexes to Births, 1837 - 2005 (General Register Office) "Dec 1894 Bosmere 4a 834."
  4. [S3] Online image of the 1901 Census for England & Wales (1901 Census - England & Wales, http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "Class: RG13; Piece: 1768; Folio: 91; Page: 12."
  5. [S467] Soldiers Died In The Great War of Spencer Peck, Royal Fusilliers, unknown period (Ancestry, Soldiers Died In WW1) "unknown cd."
  6. [S371] Medal Card of Spencer Peck, Royal Fusilliers, 1914 - 1920 (The Western Front Association, WW1 Medal Index Cards) "Roll TP/104 B11 Page 1205."
  7. [S120] Monumental inscription in the Church of (Churchyard of St. Mary Magdalene) "unknown cd."