Martin Horton Peck (1806 - 1884) Profile

Martin Horton Peck

Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register p. 56 High Priests Record p. 101

Martin Horton Peck was a member of the Heber C. Kimball company under Henry Herriman's hundred and served as a Captain of Ten. 

He was rebaptized in Salt Lake City on 20 May 1849.

In 1852 he was living in the Salt Lake 17th Ward.

In 1855, he crossed the plains again, returning from a mission to the eastern states. He traveled with T. S. Williams and his son, Edwin Peck. They arrived in Salt Lake City on November 30, 1855.

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