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1768 John Pigman witness in Winchester, Va.
Posted by: Cecile Ann Avery-Pigman (ID *****9800) Date: October 19, 2012 at 10:45:13
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Could this John Pigman actually be the father of Leonard Pigmon of Hillsboro, N.C.? I don't know if this John has been accounted for in the book "John Pigman and his Descendants" by Kelleher, Funk, Witt, and Young.

from: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1387903/person/-1314324697/story/3ac02fee-8208-4021-9a52-185a26c53989?src=search
AUGUST 19, 1768. (age 54)Robert Gragg, from Winchester--witness. (343) Alexr. McWiller, being arrested as a servant, discharged, nothing appearing against him. Allden Willott, same. Alexander McGuillen, same (McWillen, supra?). (343) William Morris, runaway servant of John Wilson. (344) Mary Wilson qualifies admx. of decd. husband, James Wilson. (344) John Ellis, runaway servant of Samuel Hind. (345) Witnesses: James Harris, John McNutt. (348) Witnesses: John Frogg, John Pigman. (349) Juror: Robert Minnis.

It could be because there was a story of a John Pigman giving all his money to support the revolutionary war.

Curtis Pigman(Pigmon)



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