F, b. 6 September 1855, d. 6 September 1855
     Payne was born on 6 September 1855 at Washington Co., IN. She died on 6 September 1855 at Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of William Harvey Payne and Harriet Hartley. Payne was buried in September 1855 at Anderson-Payne Cemetery, South Boston, Washington Co., IN.


F, b. 11 January 1853, d. 11 January 1853
     Payne was born on 11 January 1853 at Washington Co., IN. She died on 11 January 1853 at Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of Jeremiah Lewis Payne and Catherine Mull. Payne was buried in January 1853 at Anderson-Payne Cemetery, South Boston, Washington Co., IN.


F, b. 5 December 1886, d. before 5 June 1900
     Payne was born on 5 December 1886 at Franklin Twp., Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of John W. Payne and Elizabeth A. Huston. Payne died before 5 June 1900 at Franklin Twp., Washington Co., IN.

(?) Payson

     (?) Payson married Bettie L. Windell, daughter of John L. Windell and Catherine R. Hempfling.

Mariah Payton

     Mariah Payton married William H. Spangler, son of Frederick Spangler and Rebecca Lambert, in 1858.

Mary Payton

     Mary Payton married Theodore Mertz.

Child of Mary Payton and Theodore Mertz

Miriam Buckler Payton

F, b. circa 1814, d. 1877
     Miriam Buckler Payton was born circa 1814 at Virginia.1 She married Joseph Richardson Coffeen in 1839. Miriam Buckler Payton died in 1877.

Child of Miriam Buckler Payton and Joseph Richardson Coffeen


  1. [S1667] 1850 Federal Census, Clark County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 396.

Michael Pazich Jr.

M, b. 21 November 1917, d. 27 July 2005
     Michael Pazich Jr. was born on 21 November 1917 at Ambridge, Beaver Co., PA. He married Mildred Curtis, daughter of Philip L. Curtis and Lela M. Betts. Michael Pazich Jr. began military service in 1942 WW II service, U.S. Army. He died on 27 July 2005 at California at age 87. He was buried in 2005 at Sylvania Hills Memorial Park Mausoleum, Rochester, Beaver Co., PA, Findagrave #121253637.

(?) Peabody

     (?) Peabody married Louise Waldo.

Elmer Perry Peabody

M, b. 22 February 1884, d. 15 June 1955
     Elmer Perry Peabody was born on 22 February 1884 at Leavenworth, Crawford Co., IN.1,2 He was the son of Eugene Peabody and Angeline Surrilda Gilliland.1,3 Elmer Perry Peabody married Mary Elizabeth Thompson, daughter of Daniel Thompson and Mahala Lonigan, circa 1907.4 Occupation: a farm laborer in 1910.4 Occupation: a Steam Engineer, Harrison Co., Indiana in 1930 at Harrison Co., IN. Elmer Perry Peabody died on 15 June 1955 at age 71.

Children of Elmer Perry Peabody and Mary Elizabeth Thompson


  1. [S1553] 1900 Federal Census, Meade County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 543; FHL #1240543.
  2. [S2168] 1920 Federal Census, Meade County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 591.
  3. [S658] 1860 Federal Census, Crawford County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 250; FHL#803250.
  4. [S2169] 1910 Federal Census, Meade County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 493; FHL #1374506.

Eugene Peabody1

M, b. 21 December 1845, d. 29 January 1931
     Eugene Peabody was born on 21 December 1845 at Leavenworth, Crawford Co., IN.1 He married Angeline Surrilda Gilliland in September 1869 at Crawford Co., IN. Eugene Peabody died on 29 January 1931 at Meade Co., KY, at age 85.

Child of Eugene Peabody and Angeline Surrilda Gilliland


  1. [S1553] 1900 Federal Census, Meade County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 543; FHL #1240543.

Flora Peabody

F, b. 14 January 1887
     Flora Peabody was born on 14 January 1887. She married Noah F. Thompson, son of Daniel Thompson and Mahala Lonigan.

Child of Flora Peabody and Noah F. Thompson

Geneva Maurine Peabody

F, b. 10 May 1912
     Geneva Maurine Peabody was born on 10 May 1912 at Meade Co. (probably), KY.1 She was the daughter of Elmer Perry Peabody and Mary Elizabeth Thompson.1 Geneva Maurine Peabody married Newman Ray Beanblossom.


  1. [S2168] 1920 Federal Census, Meade County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 591.

Judith Dodge Peabody

F, b. 21 August 1842, d. 20 September 1917
     Judith Dodge Peabody was born on 21 August 1842 at Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH, daughter of Jeremiah Dodge and Ellen M. (Hanna) Peabody. She married Edwin J. Brush on 20 June 1865 at Muskingum Co., OH. Judith Dodge Peabody died on 20 September 1917 at Franklin Co., OH, at age 75.

Children of Judith Dodge Peabody and Edwin J. Brush


  1. [S143] 1880 Federal Census, Muskingum County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1055; FHL #1255055.

Mary Gill Peabody

F, b. circa January 1919
     Mary Gill Peabody was born circa January 1919 at Cedar Branch Precinct, Meade Co., KY.1 She was the daughter of Elmer Perry Peabody and Mary Elizabeth Thompson.1


  1. [S2168] 1920 Federal Census, Meade County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 591.

Damon Peace

M, b. 24 December 1938, d. 29 April 2017
     Damon Peace was born on 24 December 1938 at Whitley Co., KY. He began military service Vietnam War service, U.S. Army. He died on 29 April 2017 at age 78. He was buried in May 2017 at Felicity Cemetery, Felicity, Clermont Co., OH, Findagrave #210582593.

Achsah Peacock1

F, b. 7 April 1828, d. 22 April 1852
     Achsah Peacock was also known as "Axie". She was born on 7 April 1828 at Randolph Co., IN. She married Cyrus C. Paxson. Achsah Peacock died on 22 April 1852 at Jay Co., IN, at age 24. She was buried in April 1852 at West Grove Cemetery, Balbec, Jay Co., IN, Findagrave #6091069.

Child of Achsah Peacock and Cyrus C. Paxson


  1. [S1885] 1860 Federal Census, Jay County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 269; FHL #803269.

Edith Jane Peacock

F, b. 31 October 1892, d. 6 February 1948
     Edith Jane Peacock was born on 31 October 1892 at Lutie, Ozark Co., MO. She was the daughter of Joseph Everett Peacock and Florence Emeline Merritt. Edith Jane Peacock married Joseph Lafayette Edmonds, son of George Kendrick Edmonds and Sarah Alice Snapp. Edith Jane Peacock died on 6 February 1948 at Springfield, Green Co., MO, at age 55 Obituary and Bio (

Springfield (Missouri) Leader-Press
February 6, 1948

Mrs. Edith Jane Edmonds, 55, died at 2:05 this morning in a hospital here [St. John's Hospital] following an illness of several weeks. Mrs. Edmonds formerly lived here, but moved to Terre Haute, Ind., several years ago. She returned to Springfield three weeks ago to stay with a daughter, Mrs. Merle Lyons, who lives off Kearney west of the city. She was a member of the Methodist church and of the War Mothers.

Other survivors include her husband, Joseph; a son, Dr. K. T. Edmonds of Indianapolis; five grandchildren; a brother, Kelly Peacock of Lutie, Mo; and four sisters, Mrs. Flossie Jones of Rogersville, Route 2; Mrs. Leah Hogard of Britton, Okla; Mrs. Glessie Stehle of Ocie, Mo; and Mrs. Jessie Rose of Lutie.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Thieme.


Edith died from breast cancer, from which she had suffered for three years. Her funeral was held at True Hope Church, near Lutie Cemetery, and John Harlin officiated.

Her widowed husband, Joseph, remarried the following year -- to Effie Condreay Edmonds, the widow of his half-brother, Calvin Edmonds. They settled in Vista, California. Although Joseph's name appears on the headstone with Edith (at Lutie Cemetery), he was buried with his second wife at Eternal Hills Memorial Park in Oceanside, California.

Children of Edith Jane Peacock and Joseph Lafayette Edmonds

Joseph Everett Peacock

M, b. 5 February 1862, d. 21 September 1901
     Joseph Everett Peacock was born on 5 February 1862 at Marion Co., AR. He married Florence Emeline Merritt. Joseph Everett Peacock died on 21 September 1901 at Lutie, Ozark Co., MO, at age 39 Obituary and Bio (

The Ozark County News, Gainesville, Missouri
Thursday, September 26, 1901
Page 1

Joseph Peacock, one of the most substantial farmers of Ozark Co., died at his home 3 miles west of Lutie last Saturday from typhoid malarial fever after an illness of about four weeks. Mr. Peacock was a member of the I.O.O.F. and a beneficiary member of the M.W.A. and held a policy for $1,000. He was buried Sunday evening at six o'clock at the Jones Cemetery, near Lutie, by the Odd Fellows. A number of Odd Fellows from this place participated in the ceremonies. [This cemetery has long been known as Lutie Cemetery, but is located on land once known as the Jones farm.]

Deceased leaves a wife, four children, a mother, and a sister.


Resolution of Respect from the I.O.O.F.
The Ozark County News, Gainesville, Missouri
Thursday, October 3, 1901

WHEREAS, it has pleased the Supreme Architect of the Universe to call from labor to rest our dear beloved brother, Joseph Peacock, who died at his home near Lutie, Missouri Sept. 21st, 1901.
RESOLVED: That we will ever bear in greatful remembrance the zeal and fidelity with which he discharged all his duties as an Odd Fellow and will try to imitate his devotions to the principals of the order which he so dearly loved.
RESOLVED: That in the death of Brother Peacock, his family has lost a devoted husband and father, the mother a loving son, the Lodge a faithful and useful member, and the community an honored citizen.
RESOLVED: That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved widow and children and recommend them to the care and protection of God in whom Brother Peacock trusted, and recall to their mind that "all that are born must die." And be it further,
RESOLVED: That, these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Lodge to be read and rememered by the brothers and a copy sent to the family of our deceased brother.

He was buried in September 1901 at Lutie Cemetery, Theodosia, Ozark Co., MO, Find A Grave Memorial# 7375651.

Child of Joseph Everett Peacock and Florence Emeline Merritt

Annie Ruth Peak

F, b. 1 November 1909, d. 4 November 2012
     Annie Ruth Peak was born on 1 November 1909 at Seymour, Baylor Co., TX. She was the daughter of George Daniel Peak and Margaret Melinda Payne. Annie Ruth Peak married Henry Joseph Weaver, son of Joseph Edward Weaver and Alice Barbara Brook, circa 1929. Annie Ruth Peak lived in 1935 at Boling, Wharton Co., TX. She lived in 1940 at Houma, Terrebonne Par., LA. She died on 4 November 2012 at Terrebonne Par., LA, at age 103 OBITUARY - Find-A-Grave

Annie Peak Weaver, 103, a native of Seymore, Texas and resident of Houma for 73 years passed away Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012.
Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2012 at Falgout Funeral Home in Houma. A memorial service will be held at the funeral home chapel at 11 a.m. with burial at the Garden of Memories Cemetery.
She is survived by her children, daughter Barbara Weaver Schober of Houma and her son, George Edward Weaver and wife Ada Mae of Carencro,La.
She is also survived by her beloved grandchildren, Jesse Weaver and wife Michelle of Carencro, Maj. Ellen Weaver USAF and son Beau of Bonaire, Ga. Susan Weaver Zeringue and husband Shawn of Southern, Miss. Robert W. Kimball and wife Caroline of Huntley, Mo., Thomas E. Kimball and wife Sheryl of Houma, Douglas J. Kimball and wife Shiela of Carencro and Saudi Arabia, and Lee Ann Gay and husband Donald of Houma.
"Miss Annie" as she was known, had 15 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.
She was proceeded in death by her beloved husband Harry J. Weaver of Saratoga, Texas; her daughter, Dr. Harryet (Sandy) Weaver Smith of Houma; and her parents, George David Peak and Margaret Melinda Payne Peak of the Indiana Territory.
Miss Annie traced her ancestry to the McCoys of Northyern Ireland in the late 1600's. Her great-grandfather, James McCoy emigrated to America and married Miss Ann Bruce of the northern Irish Bruce family in 1748. Their sons fought in the American Revolution. After the war, their son Isaac married Christine Polk, cousin of James Knox Polk, America's eleventh president.
During World War II, Miss Annie worked with the parish sugar rationing program and helped collect woolen blankets that were shipped to our troops in England and Europe.
She was a charter member of the Terrebonne Parish Parents-Teachers' Association, a member of the first United Methodist Church where she taught the Ladies Bible class and sang in the church choir for many years.
She was a member of the YMCA participating in the water aerobics program until she retired in 2008 the same year she stopped driving at the age of 99.
The family would like to extend a special thanks to Dr. Russell Henry and his staff members and the staff of the Oaks of Houma and to Miss Annie's devoted caregivers, Virginia Achee, Yvonne LeBoeuf and Candice Menou.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Miss Annie's memory to McDonell United Methodist childrens Services, 8326 Main Street, Houma. This home always held a special place in her heart for over 70 years.
Falgout Funeral Home.

She was buried in November 2012 at Garden of Memories Cemetery, Houma, Terrebonne Par., LA.

Child of Annie Ruth Peak and Henry Joseph Weaver

George Daniel Peak

M, b. 18 August 1867, d. 16 November 1942
     George Daniel Peak was born on 18 August 1867 at Bardstown, Nelson Co., KY. He was the son of John Pirtle Peak and Sarah E. Coy. George Daniel Peak married Margaret Melinda Payne, daughter of Mannon Lot Payne and Martha Jane Payne, on 16 December 1894 at Ellis Co., TX. George Daniel Peak died on 16 November 1942 at Batson, Hardin Co., TX, at age 75. He was buried in November 1942 at Guedry Cemetery, Batson, Hardin Co., TX.

Children of George Daniel Peak and Margaret Melinda Payne

George Earl Peak

M, d. before June 1900
     George Earl Peak was born at Texas. He was the son of George Daniel Peak and Margaret Melinda Payne. George Earl Peak died before June 1900 at Texas died before he was age two.

John Pirtle Peak

     John Pirtle Peak married Sarah E. Coy.

Child of John Pirtle Peak and Sarah E. Coy

Katherine Peak

     Katherine Peak married William Keith.

Child of Katherine Peak and William Keith

Margaret Jane Peak

F, b. 9 September 1888, d. 5 December 1971
     Margaret Jane Peak was born on 9 September 1888 at Tishomingo Co., MS. She married Stanley Melton Van Zant in 1904. Margaret Jane Peak died on 5 December 1971 at Tranquility, Fresno Co., CA, at age 83. She was buried in December 1971 at Belmont Memorial Park, Fresno, Fresno Co., CA, Findagrave #34997050.

Child of Margaret Jane Peak and Stanley Melton Van Zant

Margaret Lee Peak

F, b. 19 September 1895, d. 27 March 1988
     Margaret Lee Peak was also known as "Maggie". She was born on 19 September 1895 at Waxahachie, Ellis Co., TX. She was the daughter of George Daniel Peak and Margaret Melinda Payne. Margaret Lee Peak married James Homer Yarbro, son of James Yarbro and Ruth Williams, on 27 September 1914 at the home of the bride's parents. Margaret Lee Peak married Willis Homer Williams, son of James A. Williams and Mary Lucia Kellum, on 18 January 1925 at Mena, Polk Co., AR. Margaret Lee Peak died on 27 March 1988 at Norman, Montgomery Co., AR, at age 92

OBITUARY - Newspaper, March,1988

Mrs. Margaret Lee Williams, 92, of Norman,Ark., died Sunday in a Hot Springs Hospital. She was born on September 19,1895 in Baylor County,Texas.
Graveside funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon in the White Oak Cemetery with Bro. Walter Varner officiating. Interment was in the White Oak Cemetery under the direction Beasley-Wood Funeral Home.
She was the daughter of the late George Daniel Peak and the late Mrs. Margaret Payne Peak. She was united in marriage to Willis Homer Williams on January 18,1925. He preceded her in death on June 17,1983. She lived in Mena until 1960 when she moved to Nornam in 1980. She was a housewife and a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors are three sons, Cline Yarbro, Silsbee, Tex., Paul Williams Orange County,Calif., Carl Williams, Fort Smith,Ark., one daughter, Mrs. Louise Roberts, Norman, Ark.,one sister and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Note: For some reason the Social Security Death Index shows Margaret's death date as 5 Dec 1986.

She was buried in 1988 at White Oak Cemetery, Mena, Polk Co., AR.
Note: MEMOIR - Margaret Lee “Maggie (Peak) Yarbro-Williams, transcribed by Tracy Devault.

Note: Normally I transcribe old documents word-for-word. In this case I made a number of spelling and punctuation corrections to improve readability.

     Grandmother lived to have her second set of permanent teeth, and eye sight she lost both. She had one tooth left. She would take it out and show it to me. They wanted a picture of her, but she wouldn’t let them take one, so after she went blind they moved her chair to the window and took it from outside. She heard the camera click and it made her mad. They wanted a picture to put in the library and so they got it. She was the oldest settler in the town. I guess it is still there.
     Aunt Lizzie and Uncle Shack and their two little girls lived with her for a while. She had a milk cow named Jack and she would hook. Uncle Shack would have to milk her and so got tired of being hooked and had her dehorned.
     Aunt Sarah stayed with her, took care of the house, made no difference who stayed with her. Uncle Henry (1) was the oldest of her children. Some of the girls painted on glass pictures of other girls. I think my grandmother was the only one with blue eyes and light brown hair. The others were dark brown or black, brown eyes or black. None of grandma’s children had black or brown eyes or black hair. My mother was the only one with black hair, but she had grey eyes. Daddy had black hair and hazel eyes. My first husband had such dark brown hair it looked black.
     Aunt Sarah was a Negro woman. They paid her for her work. She went home at night.
     Before I started to school at seven, my dad bought a place and built us a nice new house on Ennis Street. He made our living painting houses and interior of buildings. He made good money at it. He belonged to the A F L and he had to go away from [home] to make enough money for us to live on. He did some work for the government. He was the foreman on the painting of the air force base in Wichita Falls, Texas. He was over a hundred men on that job. When it was over the men gave him a nice gold watch.
     We lived in Victoria, Texas when I was a baby. George Earl, my little brother was born there. He also died there before he was two years old. I can remember his little white casket. I do not remember the baby at all.
     After Martha was two or more another baby brother was born, Oce Daniel. He lived to be over two, when he passed away. He had bowel trouble and the Dr told them to not let him have strawberries. They brought him to the table and when he saw the berries he cried for some of them, and daddy gave him some. They killed him. Mama didn’t even seem to care, she didn’t even cry.
     Then she was pregnant, and just before time for the baby to be born fell and killed the baby. He was a pretty baby, they named him Walter. Then Martha had typhoid fever. When she got over that, I had diphtheria. So we had a rough time of it. Cousin Dick Charles (2) was living with us and he and dad nursed me through that. There were very few families that didn’t loose a child with it. Chautauqua every year and Mama and Martha would go and camp, take Bell, a Negro girl, to take care of Martha. That meant Bell would get to see the programs and shows. For as Martha’s nurse, she would be let in. And we saw all kind and nationalities in their native costumes and dances and songs.
     I remember grandmother telling me about when the stars fell in Nov., 1833 (3). She said it looked like every star fell toward the earth and it scared the darkies. They thought the world was coming to an end and they all shouted and sang.

                    Elizabeth (Dawalt) Payne (4)

     She married William Payne when she was sixteen years old. They lived in Indiana. Aunt Annie (5) and my mother were born in Salem, Indiana. When my mother was two they moved to Texas. They also live at Terre Haut, Indiana, out from the fort, before they came to Texas when she was three years old. She and her mother were alone at home, she being the youngest child. Her father and brother had gone to town. (6) There were Indians all over. Tecumseh (7) came by the house and as grandmother had black eyes and black hair, he decided she was a little Indian child so he tried to get her. He would say, “Pretty papoose, me take um.” My grandmother was having a time to keep him from getting a hold of her. They heard horses running and it was her father and the boys coming home from town. So Tecumseh got on his horse and left.
     They (8) moved to Texas in 1873 and her husband died in 1874. So she was left alone with the children, all of the children except Uncle Henry and my grandmother. There were lots of cattle all over but they were all wild. Nobody had any milk so grandmother and Uncle Henry and my granddad rounded up a lot of these cows and staffed a diary. Grandmother owned this farm and a place in town. When Uncle Henry got too old to take care of things, they sold the cows [and] moved her nephew and family on the farm. She and Uncle Henry moved to town.
     Uncle Henry buried the money they got for the cattle. When he went to get it, it was gone. They never knew if he forgot where he buried it or if somebody saw him and stole it.
     Uncle Henry died when I was about five. …[Some text missing here] .. cook and housekeeper alone.
     The first frame house ever built in Waxahachie was built by my grandmother. The lumber was hauled from Dallas when it was a saw mill, had four rooms downstairs and two above. It is still being lived in although it was sold some time ago. The Indians would come and rub their hands over the boards. They couldn’t understand why the boards could be so smooth. Remember this house was built in the 18 hundreds.
     After we moved from Victoria, Texas, we lived on Williams street, just a few houses from grandma. Martha was born Jan 31, 1900. Old Grandma came to see her. I saw her coming up the side walk and ran to meet her. I was so proud of her. That is the last time I remember her being outside.
     They shut her up in her room. I would visit her and when I was twelve, they wouldn’t let me see her any more. She was shut up in her room and not allowed in the rest of the house, and it was her house, and she kept them up. Grandpa was raised to do nothing. He had no trade or anything. He made charcoal, hunted and traded to bring some money.
     Old Grandmother hated the violin, said it was the instrument of the devil. She must have belonged to the Puritan religion. She was very strict about a lot of things. Uncle John (9) played the violin. He would go upstairs and, of course, she could hear him. They would tell her it was next door, as a house had been built close to them.
     He and Uncle Edd (10) bought a phonograph and they had to bring it to our house to keep it. She kept a big hickory stick for a walking stick, and she would hit with it, after they shut her up in her room. One day she was standing in the door. A young man was passing by. She hollered and told him they were going to kill her. He, not knowing how old she was, was terribly upset. And we [Something missing here.]

1. This is Henry B. Payne (b. 1840, d. 1899). He was Margaret’s granduncle.
2. This was Richard Emerson Charles (b. 1885, d. 1962). He was Margaret’s second cousin.
3. This was the Great Leonid Meteor Storm of November 13, 1833.
4. Elizabeth (Dawalt) Payne (b. 1809, d. 1909). She was Margaret’s great-grandmother.
5. Annetta Mae "Annie" (Payne) Anderson (b. May, 1869). She was Margaret’s aunt.
6. This may explain a curiosity in the 1870 Census. Martha Jane Payne was shown living with her parents’ family. Her husband, Manuel/Manen Payne, was no where about. Also, there was a heretofore unidentified child, one year old girl, living with the family. The child was named Mary Payne. I’m guessing this was really Martha’s daughter, Annie Payne, born about thirteen months earlier.
7. Obviously not the famous Chief Tecumseh of the Shawnees who died in 1813.
8. William and Elizabeth (Dawalt) Payne and family.
9. John Bruce Payne (b. June, 1886).
10. Edward James Anderson (b. 1859, d. 1923). He was Margaret’s Uncle.

Children of Margaret Lee Peak and James Homer Yarbro

Children of Margaret Lee Peak and Willis Homer Williams

Martha Sarah Peak

F, b. 31 January 1900, d. February 1985
     Martha Sarah Peak was born on 31 January 1900 at Ellis Co. (probably), TX. She was the daughter of George Daniel Peak and Margaret Melinda Payne. Martha Sarah Peak married Alva C. Morgan circa 1920. Martha Sarah Peak died in February 1985 at McCulloch Co. (probably), TX, at age 85 dates per SSDI, last residence Brady.

Oce Daniel Peak

M, d. before 25 April 1910
     Oce Daniel Peak was born. He was the son of George Daniel Peak and Margaret Melinda Payne. Oce Daniel Peak died before 25 April 1910.
Note: MEMOIR - Margaret Lee "Maggie Lee" (Peak) Yarbro-Williams

Mama had another baby, a boy, Oce Daniel, for daddy and our doctor. I loved him and took care of him. He got sick and the doctor told them to not let him have any strawberries. I don’t know why daddy brought him to the dining room. We had strawberries. When the baby saw them, he cried for them. Daddy gave him one. They woke me up at daylight the next morning to call the doctor. The seeds in the berries had perforated his bowels. All he could do was give him Laudanum to dull the pain. He died later that day. I stayed with him until he died. Mama didn’t even shed a tear. I never got over it. They were educated people, university people, and I will never understand why my dad would do such a dumb thing. I saw a greatly loved child, killed by love.

Walter Peak

     Walter Peak was stillborn. He was the son of George Daniel Peak and Margaret Melinda Payne.

Charles O. Peake

     Charles O. Peake married Myrtle Ellen Davis, daughter of Demosthenes Cicero Davis and Esther Ellen Burgess, on 28 December 1924 at Harrison Co., IN.