CFHS code : CL115a

Parish : St Clement

Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOSEPH PECK d 31 March 1929 age 48 also MARY PECK d 2 April 1929 age 7 also EDNA MAY PECK d 26 Feb 1932 age 23

Monument : Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202411, 0.13838383 – click here for location

Peck kerb stones November 2018.


Located in the second row west of the eastern path, in the parish area of St Clement.


In Loving Memory of JOSEPH PECK died March 31 1929 age 48

Also MARY PECK died April 2 1929 age 7

Also EDNA MAY PECK died Feb 26 1932 age 23

Joseph Peck (1880 – 31 March  1929)

Joseph was one of 12 children born in John Robert Peck (1848-1916) and his wife Hannah (née Talbot) (1850-1935) and was brother of Thomas. His father was a gardener and later worked as a gravedigger/sexton and Joseph grew up at Staffordshire Street (1881/1891) and 79 Norfolk Street (1901). Joseph trained as a tailor and married Flora Rosa Amelia Loveday (1881-1963) in 1905. The couple had four children: Edith Kathleen (1906-1977), Edna May (1909-1932), Bernard William John (1910-1981) and Myrtle Mary (1922-1929). They lived at 3 Oswald Terrace, Sturton Street and he worked as a tailor from home. It is thought Joseph might have served with the Suffolk Regiment in  the 1st World War. Joseph died at home aged 48 years old.

Mrytle Mary Peck (1922 – 2 April 1929)

Mary died two days after her father aged 7 years old.

Edna May Peck (1909 – 26 February 1932)

Edna died at Oswald Terrace aged 23 years old.

Flora Peck stayed in Cambridge for many years, and died in Ipswich aged 82 years old. It is thought she went to live with her daughter Edith and son in law Herbert Clarke.



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Parish burial records transcribed by CFHS

by Claire Martinsen

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Edna May Peck; Joseph Peck; Mary Peck