Tax Records show that in 1878 -rs*Sarah Peck is credited
with paying taxes on "lot on Blk. 10 Bd, on N. by Treasury St.i
E. by lotl of Potter". In 1900, taxes are credited to Sarah E.
or L, Pecki for a property ons Blk, 10 Bd. N. by Treasury St.,
E. Leonard Henderson & 'inarn,
S. R.C, Church,
W. St. George St.
The same description appears through 1905 and defines lot 1 on
block 10 of St. Auuotline, the "Spanish Treasury" building and
'iax credit has continued for Sarah E. or L. Peck from 1900
through 1905 for the above description. Then in 1906 there is no
entry for Sarah :. or L, Peck but is the entry "L 1, Blk. 10" for
"Peck, ,7ary L, a:: ihrbecca".
In 1910 -.:-is for the above listing, L 1, Clk. 10 are credited
to W'ary L, ?'cif and then in 1912 the credit for L 1 Blk. 10 is
assigned to "hairs of IMary L. Peck". In 1930 the taxes on L 1
Blk, 10 are paid by "Est. Peck, Mary L." And then in 1931, there
are no taxes levied and the entry simply reads "Est. Peck, Mary L.
SSarah S. Foe i- Saroh Peck as shown by her will which was pro-
bated in 1912 by Anna G. Eurt.