Also see [Railway Officials in America 1906]
Mr. A. E. Peck was, for many years, a resident and prominent man of Cassopolis. He was born in Jefferson County,
N. Y., in 1819. He moved to Ohio in 1840; to Livingston County, Mich., in 1842, and to Cassopolis in 1846. In 1854,
Mr. Peck was elected Register of Deeds, and entering upon the duties of that office in January, 1855, served until
1865, filling the position to the entire satisfaction of the public. For some time subsequent to the latter date,
he was engaged in business in Cassopolis, and in October, 1874, removed to Gentry County, Mo., where he died July
16 of the following year. Mr. Peck was a very worthy man, and enjoyed the esteem of all who knew him during his
long residence in Cassopolis.
History of Cass Couny, Michigan
With Illistrations and Biographical Sketches
of some of it's Prominent Men and Pioneers.
Waterman, Watkins & Co., Chicago 1882.