Private Chauncy H. Peck

Company F, 21st Michigan Vol. Inf.
 

Private Chauncy H. Peck was born Nov. 11, 1840 in East Bloomfield, New York, the 13th child of Samuel Peck and Harriet Brocket Peck. Samuel died in New York in 1848. In 1850, Harriet and six sons emigrated to Greenville, Michigan.

Chauncy enlisted in Company F, 21st Michigan Volunteer Infantry on July 28, 1862. Several important Peck Civil War documents are available here.

Shortly after Chauncy's death in Nashville, his older brother Philander was drafted. This page contains sworn statements and copies of orignal forms.

Chauncy Peck's enlistment form.

Chauncy Peck's last hours and death as reported to the family by Mr. L. B. Willard, Michigan State Agency for Relief of Sick, Disabled and Needy Soldiers, Nashville, TN. on November 21, 1863

   
 Chauncy Peck Letters
  Sept. 8, 1862 - Camp Siegel, Ionia, Michigan
  Sept. 20, 1862 - Near Louisville, Ky
  Oct. 2, 1862 Sunday - Bowling Green, Ky
  Oct. 6, l862 - 55 miles from Louisville
  Oct. 16, l862 Thurs Morning - Fatigue of Bragg
  Dec. 6, 1862 - General Hospital No. 5, Nashville, Tenn.
  Dec. 19, 1862 - General Hospital No.5, Nashville Tenn.
  Dec. 19 & 20, 1862 - General Hospital No.5, Nashville Tenn.
  Dec. 27, 1862 - Barracks No. 1, Nashville, Tenn.
  Feb. 3, 1863 - Nashville, Tenn.
  Feb. 26, 1863 - Barracks No. 1, Nashville, Tenn.
  Mar. 22, 1863 - Convalescent Camp, Sheridan’s Div., Nashville, Tenn.
  Apr. 16, 1863 - Barracks #1, Nashville, Tenn.
  May 17, 1863 - Murfreesboro, Tenn.
  Jun. 15, 1863 - Murfreesboro, Tenn.
  Aug. 16, 1863 - Bridgeport, Ala.

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