For 30 years of investigation existence, I have continued to trust, when I was led to by others who went before, that my Irish ancestor was Chief John PIGOTT, of King's Denver, who had a boy named John PIGOTT who was born in Dublin about 1759. The Frigate Chester, Chief PIGOTT, sailed from Offer for Barbados, 20 July 1728 The Daily Record, Birmingham, Friday Plumbers Dublin 22 September; arrived at Barbados from Birmingham, 21 September 1728 Daily Newspaper, Wednesday 9 December; came Falmouth from Barbados, 23 December 1728 Daily Log, 1 January 1729; sailed from Plymouth for Birmingham, 12 January 1729 Daily Diary, Thursday 16 January; and arrived at Deal, from Barbados, 15 Jan 1729 Daily Log, Friday 17 January.
I'd not commonly doubt the accuracy of the sort-of product; nevertheless, it seems that Parliament, recalled after a lengthy time in abeyance, was not as a result of stay again in Dublin before the further late day of 22 October 1761; and the adviser who did then take up his seat for that Borough of Banagher was another David PIGOTT, Esq, who likewise had lodgings in Dame Road, Dublin, and who died 2 5 decades later, in December 1763.
Where the same object appeared in Faulkneris Dublin Log of Saturday 30 May, and that phrase easily spread to Ireland. Perhaps he spent all of his period atsea, from as young as 14 years, first as being a young midshipman up through the rates of Lover, until he was produced a Chief in their own proper -28. Old Bailey Proceedings Online (, version 7.2, 23 June 2016), July 1731, demo of John Piggot (t17310714-27). The 1759 liaison of David was with HILCOCK, girl of Barnaby HILCOCK, Vintner and Cockpit Operator, of Cork Hill, Dublin.