Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
from L&M CompanionOf Brampton. In his will (Jan. 1666) he is described as a yeoman.
Richard PIGOTT was bapised at St Martin Orgar & St Clement Eastcheap, London, 11 Nov 1626, son of Richard PIGOTT, Grocer & Ironmonger of London, by his wife Elizabeth NUTT; he was himself a Grocer & Citizen of London; resided at Boswell Court, Msx, & at Woodford, Essex; cr Knt; & was buried at St Martin Orgar &c, 4 Apr 1699.Richard marr 1stly, at Hackney St John, 22 Apr 1652, Rebecca VINER, daur of Sir Thomas VINER, Bart; she was buried at St Martin Orgar &c, 19 Dec 1693.Sir Richard marr 2ndly, 1696, Rebecca DUKE, a widow, & a daur of Timothy ROBINSON of Hammersmith.Sir Richard was a nephew of Walter PIGOTT of Chetwynd, in Egmond Parish, Co Salop, who hosted King Charles I at Chetwynd in May 1645, & died in 1655, leaving the estate to his son & heir Thomas PIGOTT (born 1602; his will dated Oct 1665, pr Jun 1666).
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