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Theodore Safford Peck, American soldier. awarded Congressional Medal of Honor “for distinguished gallantry in action at Newport Barracks, North Carolina, Feb. Served in 1st Vermont Cavalry and 9th Vermont Infantry, private to captain and on staff in Army of the Potomac almost 4 years; Member Board of Visitors United States Military Academy, 1891.; Mason (grand marshal Grand Lodge of Vermont, 10 years).

Background

Peck, Theodore Safford was born on March 22, 1843 in Burlington, Vermont, United States. Son of Theodore Augustus and Delia Horton (Safford) Peck.

Education

Prepared for college and then enlisted in Civil War. (honorary Master of Arts, Norwich U., Vermont, 1896).

Career

Father of Theodora Agnes P.

Membership

Served in 1st Vermont Cavalry and 9th Vermont Infantry, private to captain and on staff in Army of the Potomac almost 4 years. Member Board of Visitors United States Military Academy, 1891. Mason (grand marshal Grand Lodge of Vermont, 10 years).

Connections

Married Agnes Louisa Leslie, October 29, 1879.

father:
Theodore Augustus Peck

mother:
Delia Horton (Safford) Peck

spouse:
Agnes Louisa Leslie