captain John Pigott Of Antigua, Dublin

For 30 years of study living, I have continued to think, as I have been resulted in by others who went before, that my Irish ancestor was Leader John PIGOTT, of Queenis Denver, who'd a kid called David PIGOTT who had been born in Dublin about 1759. Bob Senior sailed from Plymouth, 9 March 1690, for that West Indies, as a small officer within Emergency Plumber Dublin the Duke of Bolton's Regiment (later Henry HOLT's); their vessel shaped area of the West Indies Squadron, under control of Commodore Lawrence WRIGHT, sent to handle protection concerns as a result of dangerous German activity inside the community, including Bermuda, where the Squadron appeared on 30 May 1690.

More, the marriage notice posted in Faulkneris Dublin Diary in July 1759, recorded the wedding of Leader PIGOTT and Mrs LUMLEY - which suggests this relationship was to the newer Steve PIGOTT, who had been then now employed while in the transatlantic trade being a ship's Chief, rather than his older relative who seems to have properly since retired to look after his acquired Irish property interests.

WELMAN offered again in India from August 1836 - at Cannanore, then from April-June 1839 in Trichinopoly, and back through Bangalore (February 1840) to Madras (January 1841), until he was detached from the Program in India in July 1841; he retired from the Military on 2 October 1841, after almost 40 years service (19 years 8 months 12 nights service Abroad, and 19 years 2 months Home assistance).
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