Reference: The Pigott Family - Elizabeth Pigott

Reference details

Reference ID :
013-003-0001
Access date:
Tuesday, 5 May, 2020
Transcript:
Elizabeth PIGOTT; evidently died about 1705; married, about 1694, as his first wife, Lancelot SANDES, of Kilcavan, Queen's County (born about 1672); he was Captain, 2nd or the Queen Dowager's Regt of Foot, June 1692; wounded at the Battle of Landen, Flanders, 29 July 1693; Commissioner of the Poll, 1698, when named (with others, including his brother-in-law Robert PIGOTT) in Quaker Congregational records for Queen's County, for the taking of goods in lieu of monetary assessments of Quakers; wrote to his cousin, Robert PIGOTT, in London, 1701, advising him of some "irregularities" in dealings over the family property at Kilcromin; J.P., Queen's Co, 1707; Sheriff of Queen's County, 1716; M.P. for Portarlington, 1723-27; died Easter 1728; Prerogative Will Index, 1729.
Lancelot SANDES married secondly, by Settlements dated 7 March 1706, Elizabeth (unknown, perhaps L'ESTRANGE); she made an Indented Deed, dated 20 July 1745 (Memorial Number 81840, Deeds Registry, Dublin), in which she relinquished all right and title to an annuity and another charge made on her late husband's estate to Pigott SANDES and his son and heir apparent Lancelot SANDES the younger (this deed cited two earlier deeds made by Lancelot SANDES the elder, now deceased - one dated 6 March 1706, charging his lands with the sum of £300 to go to his wife Elizabeth in the event she had no issue by him - the other dated 7 March, 5th year of the Reign of Queen Ann, i.e. 1706, being Articles made prior to his marriage with the said Elizabeth, and making a charge on his lands of an annuity of £40 per year to go to his said wife Elizabeth in the event she died before him having had issue by him - the deed further recited "...that said Elizabeth had no issue by said Lancelot"); she died in 1757, evidently without issue.
Lancelot and Elizabeth PIGOTT had issue:
a. Pigott SANDES, born about 1695; Magistrate, Queen's County, 1722; elected Burgomaster, Maryborough Corporation, 29 September 1727 (under influence of William WALL and John PIGOTT); a joint executor of his uncle Robert PIGOTT's will, 1728; named as a Tithe-taker, 1728, under his uncle Robert PIGOTT, in Quaker congregational records concerning confiscations from delinquent Quakers; with Ambrose HARDING, appointed Trustees of the BURGOYNE investments, 1733, for his cousin John PIGOTT of London and Ballynonty; named as eldest son and heir in a Deed dated March 1743; his deed dated 1 July 1745 (Memorial Number 81612) jointly with his wife Susannah SANDES otherwise WARREN; named in a deed dated 20 July 1745 in which his step-mother Elizabeth SANDES relinquished her right to any annuities arising out of her late husband's estate; named in a Handlist of Voters for the Borough of Maryborough, 1760, of Kilcavan; he died at Kilcavan, in January 1761 [Gentleman's Magazine]; he was married by Prerogative License (Dublin Diocese), dated 23 February 1716, to Susannah WARREN (daughter of Henry WARREN of Crofton, County Kildare, by Elizabeth EUSTACE); she was probably the Mrs SANDES who died at Kilcavan, a few days before 3 May 1766; they had issue:

Associated people.

Associated events

Displaying 1 - 4 of 4