feather On A Cable

For 30 years of study living, I have continued to believe, as I have been generated by other individuals who went before, that my Irish ancestor was Chief John PIGOTT, of Kingis Corp, who had a boy named David PIGOTT who had been delivered in Dublin about 1759. Ruben Senior sailed from Plymouth, 9 March 1690, for that West Indies, as a young official in Emergency Plumber Dublin the Duke of Bolton's Program (later Henry HOLTis); their vessel created area of the West Indies Squadron, under control of Commodore Lawrence WRIGHT, provided for target protection concerns as a result of unpredictable French action while in the community, including Bermuda, where the Squadron appeared on 30 May 1690.

More, the marriage notice printed in Faulkneris Dublin Log in July 1759, saved the wedding of Chief PIGOTT and Mrs LUMLEY - which suggests this relationship was for the younger Steve PIGOTT, who had been then now involved in the trans atlantic deal as being a vessel's Captain, and never his older nephew who seems to have well since retired to look after his acquired Irish property interests.

The father, Bob PIGOTT Senior, was herself a younger boy of Johnson PIGOTT (born about 1640; died in 1702) of Dysart, Double's County, Ireland, by his spouse Elizabeth WELDON (they were married in Dublin in 1663). Frances Junior continued to boost the children until her death but whether she returned to Barbados, or remained at Kilcromin , as offered for in her husbandis will, is unclear; but probably the latter.