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John and Jane Pigg of Colonial Virginia (mid 1600s)

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John and Jane Pigg of Colonial Virginia (mid 1600s)

Posted: 25 Feb 2004 5:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 Dec 2005 5:31AM GMT
Surnames: Glendenning, Mott
Greetings!

I am working with a distant "cousin" to verify allied family information collected for a northern Virginia history. Here is an outline of the Pigg family for whom I'm searching:

- John and Jane (Shipingfeld?) Pigg are thought to be the parents of nine children: Henry, Ellen, John Jr, George, Garrett, William, Paul, Edward and Elizabeth.

- John Pigg received numerous land grants near the Mattpony River in New Kent County beginning in 1658; portions of New Kent County later became King and Queen County.

There are at least two possible Pigg connections to the George and John Mott family of Virginia:

- George Mott is believed to have married Elizabeth Pigg. They had four daughters: Margaret, Elizabeth, Eleanor/Ellen and Ann. They lived in the Old Rappahannock/King George County area and after George's death in 1674, Elizabeth (Pigg?) Mott married James Harrison.

- Elizabeth Pigg's brother, John Jr, is believed to have married an Elizabeth Mott.

I have collected some documentation on the early Piggs in Viriginia and am willing to share so please contact me if you are interested in an exchange on this family line in early Virginia!

Thanks in advance, Lisa
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Lisa Perry 25 Feb 2004 12:53PM GMT 
janiawa 15 Nov 2004 11:46PM GMT 
Lisa Perry 16 Nov 2004 1:24AM GMT 
mcwayne2 20 Mar 2006 10:02PM GMT 
Lisa Perry 20 Mar 2006 10:23PM GMT 
Shirley 20 Mar 2006 10:32PM GMT 
mcwayne2 21 Mar 2006 4:23AM GMT 
Ann Wallace 20 Mar 2006 10:36PM GMT 
Marty Wayne 21 Mar 2006 4:18AM GMT 
mcwayne2 21 Mar 2006 4:52AM GMT 
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