For 30 years of study living, I have continued to believe, when I have been generated by others who went before, that my Irish ancestor was Leader John PIGOTT, of Queenis Co, who'd a son named Steve PIGOTT who was delivered in Dublin about 1759. The Frigate Chester, Captain PIGOTT, sailed from Offer for Barbados, 20 July 1728 The Daily Diary, London, Mon Emergency Plumber Dublin 22 July; arrived at Barbados from Birmingham, 21 September 1728 Daily Journal, Wednesday 9 Nov; came Falmouth from Barbados, 23 December 1728 Daily Record, 1 January 1729; sailed from Plymouth for London, 12 Jan 1729 Daily Diary, Friday 16 January; and appeared at Deal, from Barbados, 15 January 1729 Daily Journal, Friday 17 January.
More, the marriage notice published in Faulkner's Dublin Diary in July 1759, saved the wedding of Leader PIGOTT and Mrs LUMLEY - which implies this marriage was for the younger David PIGOTT, who was subsequently recently engaged while in the trans-Atlantic deal like a shipis Leader, and not his older cousin who appears to have nicely since retired to maintain his acquired Irish property interests.
And that word quickly spread to Ireland, where an identical merchandise appeared in Faulkner's Dublin Newspaper of Saturday 30 May. Maybe he used his time all from small as 15 or 14 years, until he was built a Chief in his or her own correct first as being a small midshipman up through the ranks of Companion , probably in or before 1727 -28, atsea. Old Bailey Proceedings Online (, edition 7.2, 23 June 2016), July 1731, test of John Piggot (t17310714-27). Steveis 1759 contact was with Hester HILCOCK, daughter of Cock-Pit , Vintner and HILCOCK Manager, of Cork Hill, Dublin.