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Pigott of Limerick city

Spelt "Pigott" consistently in almost all records.




Our family

  
Padraig Pigott.
[PAT/2, p.22] says he was: "a comfortable farmer and a good Catholic.
He was an Irish speaker; very respected and the breeder of good horses."

Padraig had issue:


  1. (Older sons) Pigott.


  2. Patrick Pigott,
    youngest son, and his father's favourite,
    born 1788.
    Written as "Pat" at dau's bapt 1845.





The Pigott origin story in [PAT/2, p.22].
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This is a bit confusing. In speaking about the son Patrick Pigott, she says:
"His father Padraig Piggott was a comfortable farmer and a good Catholic.
He was an Irish speaker; very respected and the breeder of good horses.
He was born in the 1780s and died at the age of eighty.
He wore a seal skin cap."

The first line is about the father. The second line must be the father too. The third line switches suddenly to the son. The fourth line must also be the son.


  

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