James Peck

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James Peck may refer to:

  • James H. Peck (1790–1836), American judge in Missouri impeached for abuse of power
  • James Peck (artist) (1968), artist and writer born in the Falkland Islands who has both a British and Argentine passport.
  • Sir James Peck (civil servant) (1875–1964), British civil servant and local government officer
  • James Peck (pacifist) (1914–1993), pacifist, radical journalist, and civil rights advocate
  • James Peck (pilot) (1912–1996), African-American aviator who served as a pilot in the Spanish Republican Air Force