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Anglican Church, Crich: Graveyard

In memoriam
John
son of John and Mary Piggin
died May 4th 1826
aged 28 years

In memory of
Phoebe
wife of John Piggin
died 1840

John PIGGIN
died 3 January 1818 aged 57
wife Phoebe died October 1840 aged 75
son John died 1820

Grave seen by Desmond Piggin 1977 (and by me? do I not have a photograph of it?) I am no longer certain how this information matches the entry above it.
Additionally listed in: Database of Crich burials:
John PIGGIN Crich 1818 Jan 07 Age 57 -
Source: http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~aflint/burials1.htm

Anglican Church, Crich: Bell Chapel

In memory of JT Lee
who helped raise the sum of 170 for the rehanging of the bells.
The ringers were William Piggin, G. Brown, G. Homes, John Piggin, H. Allwood, Samuel Piggin.
Coronation Day
June 26, 1902

Recorded by Stan Piggin

Anglican Church, Elvaston, Derbyshire

In loving memory of
Joseph Piggin
of Elvaston
who died January 13th 1884
aged 64 years
also of
Mary
wife of the above
who died January 19th 1895
in her 76th year
These silent graves doth now contain
Man wife and children that have died
In peaceful slumber do they ...
Through the Saviour crucified.

Transcript from a photograph (2002) by Janet Piggin

Ann Piggin
died 4 April 1832
aged 35 years

William Piggin
died 21 March 1757
aged 69 years
and his Wife Elizabeth
died 19 September 1757
aged 50 years

Both transcribed by Paul Piggin 2004

Anglican Church, Bottesford, Leicestershire

Elizabeth
widow of Thomas Piggins
died May 7th 1774
aged 31
and three of their children
Judith died May 20th 1773 aged 1
William died March 9th 1774 aged 10 mo
Mary died Sept 7th 1774 aged 3

Recorded by Tina Negus

William Piggins died Dec. 8th 1779 aged 76
Anne widow of William Piggins died Aug 28th 1778 aged 76
and four children, Rosamund, Ann, Judith and Mary, who died in their infancy

This grave is under a yew tree and very dark and difficult to photograph, noted Tina Negus who transcribed it.

John Hart died June 3rd 1801 aged 68
Margaret widow of John Hart died Feb 13th 1808 aged 74

Recorded by Tina Negus

Margaret Piggins
daughter of Wm. and Mary Piggins, died Apr 19th 1832 in her 18th year
and four more daughters and sons who died in infancy

Recorded by Tina Negus

William Piggins
born Aug 19th 1788
died Jan 31st 1851
also Mary his wife born Jan 19th 1788 died Mar 31st 1861
also Wm. their son born Sept 24th 1817 died Aug 1st 1840

Recorded by Tina Negus

Anglican Church, Folkingham, Lincolnshire

To the memory of
William Piggins
Died March 31st 1793
Aged 58 Years
also Elizabeth his wife
who Died April 29th 1774 aged 31 years
Likewise three of their children
who Died in their infancy
also Elizabeth his second wife
who Died November 19th 1775 aged 28 years
Likewise 5 children by Frances his 3rd wife who died in their infancy.

Gravestone under yew tree to west of church. Recorded by Tina Negus

Church of St. James (Anglican), City of Derby

This cross was erected in proud and thankful memory of the men from the Parish and Church of St. James DERBY who fell in the European War 1914-1918.
This cross was unveiled on December 19th, 1920 by Lt.-Col Stepney DSO.
Dedicated by the Right Reverend Charles Abraham D.D., Bishop of Derby.
Also the memorial was placed here by members of the St. James Catechism in thankful remembrances of fourteen members of the Catechism who fell in the Great War 1914-1918.

The cross is inside the church.
There is also an oak-tablet roll of honour in the church which includes:
R. Piggin, trooper, Derbyshire Yeomanry, Derbyshire.

Recorded by a friend of Maurice Piggin and passed on by MEP 1997/02/18

Church of St John (Anglican), Hoveton St John, Norfolk: Graveyard

Elizabeth wife of John Piggin
died 19 December 1802
aet 74

Monumental Inscriptions in the Hundred of Tunstead, Hoveton St. John Churchyard no. 7, MS in Society of Genealogists Library, London, seen 1991

John Piggin
died 16 February 1880
aet 84

Monumental Inscriptions in the Hundred of Tunstead, Hoveton St. John Churchyard no. 8, MS in Society of Genealogists Library, London, seen 1991. No matching death could be found in the 1880 BMD index.

Sarah, wife of Robert Dyboll
of London, sister of
Mrs Piggin of this parish
died 23 Oct 1820
aet 53

Monumental Inscriptions in the Hundred of Tunstead, Hoveton St. John Churchyard no. 9, MS in Society of Genealogists Library, London, seen 1991

Elizabeth wife of Robert Piggin
died 2nd Feb 1837
aet 76
Robert Piggin died 17 July 1843
aet 82

Monumental Inscriptions in the Hundred of Tunstead, Hoveton St. John Churchyard no. 10, MS in Society of Genealogists Library, London, seen 1991. Robert Piggin's death recorded in BMD index 1843 September quarter.

Elizabeth, wife of Robert Piggin
died 22 November 1795
in her 30th year.
Robert, their son
died 25th April 1792
in his 4th year

Monumental Inscriptions in the Hundred of Tunstead, Hoveton St. John Churchyard no. 11, MS in Society of Genealogists Library, London, seen 1991

James, son of Robert and
Elizabeth Piggin
died 10 June 1808
in the 15th year of his age

Monumental Inscriptions in the Hundred of Tunstead, Hoveton St. John Churchyard no. 12, MS in Society of Genealogists Library, London, seen 1991

Anglican Church, Trunch, Norfolk

Edward Piggon
Gentleman
died Jan 30, 1715
aged 60

Norfolk Monumental Inscriptions, compilation by Major J. Beach-Whitmore, 1961, manuscript in Society of Genealogists Library, London (spine mark Whitmore), seen 1991

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