For 30 years of research lifestyle, I have continued to believe, as I have been led to by others who went before, that my Irish ancestor was Chief John PIGOTT, of Queen's Co, who'd a child named John PIGOTT who was delivered in Dublin about 1759. Only Emergency Plumber Dublin a year and seven days after Constantia Maria Senior's death, her widower John PIGOTT, Esq, of Dublin, was married secondly, by Rev Mr DUNKIN ATST Bridgetis Cathedral, Dublin, on 2 August 1740, to Katherine BABINGTON, of St Bridget's Parish, the widow of William BABINGTON of Strabane, State Tyrone, and a girl of Rev John JOHNSTONE of Clondevadock, County Donegal, by Mildred HAMILTON.
PILKINGTONis first relationship had broken in scandal 1738 he divorced his first girlfriend, Laetitia Van LEWEN, stating her infidelity with a Mr ADAIR; by her fairly short-lived camaraderie with Jonathan SWIFT she'd attained for PILKINGTON an article as Chaplain for the Lord Mayor of London; she published her Memoirs in Dublin in 1748, and died on 29 August 1750.
Where the same piece appeared in Faulkneris Dublin Record of Saturday 30 May which concept easily spread to Ireland. Probably he spent his time all from small as 14 years, until he was created a Chief in his own proper first being a young midshipman up through the rankings of Lover , probably in or before 1727 -28, at-sea. Old Bailey Proceedings Online (, edition 7.2, 23 June 2016), July 1731, demo of John Piggot (t17310714-27). The 1759 liaison of John was with HILCOCK, daughter of Cock-Pit , Vintner and HILCOCK Owner, of Hill, Dublin.