These peaches are Red Havens - It is a freestone peach and I can remove the pit without taking half of the peach with it. They are not very fuzzy either for just eating.
Years ago I learned how to can these wonderful peaches by watching my grandmother and mother working together in a small kitchen. The jars then had rubber gaskets and a wire lid fastener. Many of them were green along with the clear ones. There was a lot of boiling going on in that kitchen! It sure was a wonderful treat to have during the winter but we had to beg for her to open one as they were considered a treasure. They were canned in halves. Later in life I, too, canned peaches, made peach conserve, jam, juice, pies, and more. Today it's probably going to be cobbler - the easiest for me to make now.