Francis Samuel (Lt-Colonel) PECK

Born:1858 In:  Bristol
Died:Apr 1908 (at age ‎~50‏)In:  At sea

Immediate family

Ellen PECK (born PISEY)
His wife
Gladys Frances LODGE (born PECK)
His daughter
Marjorie Ellen MACKENZIE (born PECK)
His daughter
Arthur Hicks (Group Captain) PECK
His son
Dorothy Alice LOW (born PECK)
His daughter
William Bishop PECK
His father
Elizabeth Hicks PECK (born WITHERS)
His mother
Herbert Withers (Captain) PECK
His brother
Mary Emmeline COX (born PECK)
His sister
Alice Margaret PECK
His sister
Edward Surman (Lt-Colonel) PECK
His brother
Arthur Wharton (Major-General Sir) PECK
His brother


Educated Clifton College, Bristol - Jan 1871 - Apr 1875
Played Rugby for Clifton RFC 1873-74.
See photograph of Clifton RFC Team 1873-74.
Lt-Col - Indian Medical Service
Served in Burma 1886-87
Professor at Calcutta Medical College, India
Sources: Clifton College Register, 100 Years with Clifton RFC.
1881 Census:
Census Place:Royal Navy, At sea or in a foreign port.
Source:FHL Film 1342354 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 5633 Folio 114 Page 17
Benjamin Thomas MC CREERYM23 MCork, Ireland
Occ:Surgeon G M D
Ellen MC CREERY M20 FDublin, Ireland
Occ:Wife Of Above
Arthur Patrick O'CONNOR U24 MRoscommon, Ireland
Occ:Surgeon G M D
Gerald Macklin Eccles MC KEEU26 MNorthampton (Town)
Occ:Surgeon I M D
John Adolphus BURTON U26 MMadras, India
Occ:Surgeon I M D
Henry Francis Gordon FORBESM30 MBroughton, Northampton, England
Occ:Capt Rifle Brigade
George Henery Kenneth Mc D. O'CALLAGHAN
M28 MCork, Ireland
Occ:Surgeon G M D
Kenneth Donald O'CALLAGHANU6 MArleston, Cumberland, England
Occ:Son Of Above
Aubrey Evans O'CALLAGHAN U4 MAldborough, Suffolk, England
Occ:Son Of Above
Florence Harriet O'CALLAGHANU1 FWestbourne Grove, Middlesex, England
Occ:Daughter Of Above
Francis Samuel PECK U23 MClifton Bristol, Gloucester, England
Occ:Surgeon T.M.D.
Hotham George CHRISTIAN U25 MBardilly, India
Occ:Surgeon G M D
Syed HASSAN U26 MMadahpore, India
Occ:Surgeon I M D
Alfred Henry PIERSON U23 MMaide Hill, Middlesex, England
Occ:Surgeon I M D
Harriet Louisa O'CALLAGHAN M26 FCork, Ireland
Occ:Wife Of Above

Violet Ellen MC CREERY U8 mFLondon St Pancras, London,

Middlesex, England
Occ:Daughter Of Above
Elle Maria Bertie FORBES M21 FNinethet, India
Occ:Wife Of Above
Lizzie BOWEN W30 FCork, Ireland
Occ:Nurse Of Above
Jonas Hamilton Du Bonley TRESINU19 MLandgate, Kent, England
Occ:2nd Lieut 24th Regt
Richard William HARE M42 MGenoa (British Subject)
Occ:Surgeon Major G M D
The SERAPIS (sp) was one of five purpose built troop transports built
in 1866. 6211 tons, one funnel, three masts (rigged for sail), single
screw and a speed of 15 knots. Each ship was designed to carry a
complete battalion of troops and their families (about 1200 persons).
The Indian Government covered the costs of running the service but the
Royal Navy operated the ships. She maintained the Indian service for
almost 30 years, but was withdrawn in 1894.
Before the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, the SERAPIS sailed
between England and Alexandria, but after this she sailed direct to
India. A great advance in troop transport when she was first built,
she had lagged far behind other contemporary merchant ships in comfort
and amenities after nearly 30 years in service, and was then much

[Troopships and their History by H.C.B.Rogers - supplied to me by Ted Finch,

Mariners List]
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