MISS IDA PECK
Clarksburg (W. Va.) Exponent., THURSDAY APRIL 28, 1932
Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon at the residence, 768 Locust street, for Miss Ida Peck, 64, who died there at 2 o’clock yesterday morning following a weeks’ illness of paralysis. The Rev. Nelson H. Thorn, pastor of the First Presbyterian church will officiate and burial will be made in the Odd Fellows’ cemetery.
The pall bearers for the funeral selected by members of the family last night are Richard Farland, W. G. Harper, George F. Gregory, V. E. Randolph, C. F. Grumbine and O. G. Radabaugh.
Miss Peck was stricken shortly over a week ago while looking over her flower garden and was carried into the house where examination by a physician disclosed that she had suffered a fatal stroke. She was born and reared in the home where she died. She was born February 2 ,1868, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Augustus Peck. Her mother was Mary Virginia Harper.
Her father died thirty-five years ago. He was associated for a time with the late R. T. Lowndes in the development of timber lands in Doddridge county and served several terms as a city councilman.
Three brothers and two sisters survive. The former are Charles H. and Harper Peck, both at home; and Edmund A. Peck, 941 West Pike street. The sisters are Mrs. Augusta Sutton, of Baltimore, Md., widow of W. T. Sutton; and Miss Mary V. Peck, at home.