Isabella Pidekswell

     Isabella Pidekswell married Sir Mauger St Aubyn, son of Stephen de Sancto Albino St Aubyn, before 1279 in England. Isabella Pidekswell was widowed in 1291 on the death of her husband Sir Mauger St Aubyn.
     Isabella Pidekswell married Sir Gilbert Beare after 1291.
     She held Parracoombe in 1308. She was named in the inquisition taken on the death of her husband, held at Parracombe 1308.

Alice Pidgeon

(before 1700 - after 1778)
     Alice Pidgeon was born before 1700.
     Alice Pidgeon married Henry Trull, son of John Trull and Ann Turner, on 10 January 1717/18 in St Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk. Which Henry?.
     Alice died after 1778.

Children of Alice Pidgeon and Henry Trull

Mary Pierce

     Mary Pierce was born in Cappard, Laois, Ireland. She was the daughter of Henry Piers, third Baronet, by his 1st wife, Jane, daughter of John Piggot, of Cappard, Queen's county.
     Mary Pierce married Eliah Handcock, son of Rev? Eliah Handcock and 'Widow' Crowse, in 1749 in Ardagh & Kilmore Diocese. He is probably the Eliah Handcock, who obtained a marriage licence to wed Mary Peirce/Piers, the daughter of Henry 3rd Baronet(1678-1733).
Lodge's peerage of Ireland describes him as the son of Eliah, of Annaghduffe.

Jane Piers

     Jane Piers married William Harman, son of Henry Harman and Marie Hamilton?.

Child of Jane Piers and William Harman

Elizabeth Piggit

(circa 1580? - before 13 September 1611)
     Elizabeth Piggit was born circa 1580?.
     Elizabeth Piggit married John Bullett, son of Richard Bulliant, on 29 September 1603 in Wrentham, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth died before 13 September 1611 in Wrentham, Suffolk. She was buried on 13 September 1611 in St Nicholas, Wrentham. A Jane Bulliant was also buried there on 98 Dec 1618.

Child of Elizabeth Piggit and John Bullett

Constantia Maria Pigot

     Constantia Maria Pigot was born. She was the daughter of John Pigot, esq. of Prospect, Queen's county by his wife Constantia Maria, daughter of Sir Roger Burgoyne.....
     Constantia Maria Pigot married Andrew Armstrong, son of Edmund Armstrong and Elizabeth Holmes, in 1752. They had six sons and nine daughters: see Burke for details.

Children of Constantia Maria Pigot and Andrew Armstrong

Henry Pigot

(1805 - )
     Henry Pigot was born in 1805 in Loughrea, Galway, Ireland. He succeeded under his uncle John's will to the estate of Droughtville. He was the son of William Pigot and Jane Drought.

William Pigot

     William Pigot married Jane Drought, daughter of Thomas Drought and Frances Maria Wallen, on 29 April 1804. William Pigot, esq. of the 38th Regiment.

Child of William Pigot and Jane Drought

Bertha Pigott

     Bertha Pigott married Arthur Death, son of Walter George Death and Eliza Sophia Coleman.

James Pike

(1 August 1796 - )
     James Pike was born on 1 August 1796 in Suffolk. His birth is recorded among the Wattisham Baptist church records. He was the son of Thomas Pike and Elizabeth Dykes.

Morris Pike

(24 May 1793 - 1841)
     Morris Pike was born on 24 May 1793 in Suffolk. His birth is recorded among the Wattisham Baptist church records. He was the son of Thomas Pike and Elizabeth Dykes.
     Morris Pike married Ann Wardley on 4 December 1817 in Chelsworth, Suffolk.
     Morris died in 1841 in Stow RD, Suffolk. He was a farmer.

Sophie Pike

(17 March 1794 - )
     Sophie Pike was also known as Sofi in records. She was born on 17 March 1794 in Suffolk. Her birth is recorded among the Wattisham Baptist church records. She was the daughter of Thomas Pike and Elizabeth Dykes.

Susan Pike

(5 November 1798 - )
     Susan Pike was born on 5 November 1798 in Suffolk. Her birth is recorded among the Wattisham Baptist church records. She was the daughter of Thomas Pike and Elizabeth Dykes.

Susanna Pike

(circa 1822 - )
     Susanna Pike was born circa 1822 in Ashprington, Devon.
     The marriage of Susanna Pike and James Walling, son of James Walling and Ann Unknown, was registered in Newton Abbot RD, Devon, in the December 1865 quarter. Susanna Pike was listed as James Walling's daughter-in-law in the 1871 census in 16 Water Lane, Kingskerswell. James Walling 75 . tailor, born St Mary Church; Ann, wife, 71, ditto, James, son married 50, tailor, born Kingskerswell, Susanna Walling 49, duaghter in law, married, 49, born Ashprington, Devon.
     Susanna Pike and James Walling appeared on the 1881 census in Kingskerswell, Devon. James Walling, head, married, 60, tailor, born Kingskerswell, Susanna, wife, 59, tailor wife, born Ashprington.

Thomas Pike

(circa 1768 - before 8 June 1838)
     Thomas Pike was born circa 1768.
     Thomas Pike married Elizabeth Dykes, daughter of James Dykes and Elizabeth Stevens, on 29 November 1791 in Combs, Suffolk.
     Thomas died before 8 June 1838 in Buxhall, Suffolk. He was buried on 8 June 1838 in Buxhall.

Children of Thomas Pike and Elizabeth Dykes

Eliza S Pilcher

     Eliza S Pilcher married Septimus Hungerford, son of Captain Emanuel Hungerford and Catherine Loane, in 1854 in New South Wales. Septimus & Eliza had: V18551916 42A/1855 HUNGERFORD MARCUS O;
5276/1867 HUNGERFORD (FEMALE);
4191/1857 HUNGERFORD MINNA C E;
4286/1860 HUNGERFORD ANNETTE J;
4712/1864 HUNGERFORD HEDLEY H;
4240/1862 HUNGERFORD MIRIAM E in the Armidale area.

Alice Pilkington

     Alice Pilkington married Henry Redman, son of Edward Redman and Elizabeth Huddleston (Leghe). Alice Pilkington was born in England.

Child of Alice Pilkington and Henry Redman

John Pilkington

     Elizabeth le Scrope married secondly John Pilkington before 1455. Douglas richardson wrote: Elizabeth Scrope actually survived her husband, Thomas Clarell, Esq., and married (2nd) John Pillyngton. She was living 18 July 1455, as indicated in the document below from the helpful online A2A catalogue. "Matilda, late wife of Thomas Clarell," also named in the document below was Elizabeth Scrope's widowed mother-in-law, Maud (Montgomery) Clarell.

Sarah Pilkinton

(16 August 1796 - before 14 Aug 1862 or 25 Jan)
     Sarah Pilkinton was born on 16 August 1796.
     Sarah Pilkinton married Thomas Popplewell, son of William Popplewell and Esther Selby, on 28 November 1817 in Owston Ferry, Lincolnshire.
     Sarah Pilkinton and Thomas Popplewell appeared on the 1841 census in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. Thomas 45, farmer, Sarah 40, Mary 10, John 8, James 5, & William 2 all born in the county.
     Sarah Pilkinton and Thomas Popplewell were recorded on the 1851 census in Althorpe. Thomas Popplewell head, 56, farmer of 17 acres, born Althorpe with his wife Sarah aged 53, born Ferry, Lincs and their children Richard 22 unmarried, ag. lab, Mary 19 dressmaker, William 12 ,all born at Althorpe.
     Sarah Pilkinton and Thomas Popplewell appeared on the 1861 census in Althorpe. Thomas Popplewell, head, 65, farmer of 14 acres, born at Althorpe and his wife Sarah aged 51, born at Owston, Thomas Popplewell, aged 5, grandson, born Althorpe.
     Sarah died before 14 Aug 1862 or 25 Jan in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. She was possibly buried on 14 August 1862 in Althorpe. She was buried on 25 January 1870 in Althorpe.

Children of Sarah Pilkinton and Thomas Popplewell

Frances Pillington

(before 1570 - )
     Frances Pillington was born before 1570 in Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, England.
     Frances Pillington married John Killingworth, son of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes, on 24 July 1586 in St Stephen Walbrook, London.

Children of Frances Pillington and John Killingworth

Israel Pilsworth

     Israel Pilsworth married Elizabeth Popplewell, daughter of Thomas Popplewell and Sarah Wells, on 2 August 1752 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Elizabeth Popplewell was of Owston..

Anne Pim

(circa 1741 - )
     Anne Pim was born circa 1741 in Ireland. She was the daughter of John Pim and Catherine Handy.

Elizabeth Pim

(circa 1739 - )
     Elizabeth Pim was born circa 1739 in Ireland. She was the daughter of John Pim and Catherine Handy.
     Elizabeth Pim married John Dawson (Coates) in 1766.

John Pim

(24 April 1709 - 21 September 1752)
     John Pim was born on 24 April 1709 in Ireland. He was the son of John Pim & his wife Mary Barcoft. See Pim pedigree..
     A marriage settlement between John Pim and Catherine Handy was made on 4 December 1734 in Dublin, Ireland. The settlement dated 3 & 4 Dec 1734 described as the eldest daughter of Thomas Handy of Dublin, merchant and mentions his then present wife Mary and lands of Davidstown & Rahard in the barony of Bantry, co. Wexford.
     John Pim married Catherine Handy, daughter of Thomas Handy and Mary Hillary, on 5 December 1734 in Dublin. Marriage certificate of John Pim of Edenderry, King's County, and Katharine Handy of Dublin City, both quakers, with signatures of those present appended. Oct. 5, 1734. (dated Quaker style as the 5th day of the tenth month)..
John was party to a deed dated 12 April 1744; Deed of lease and release dated 12 & 13 April 1744 between 1) Henry Pemberton of the city of Dublin, merchant 2) Samuel Handy of Killbeg, Westmeath, gent & Thomas Strangman, Dublin, merchant & others. Deeds of release between the said 1) Henry Pemberton & Elizabeth his wife 2) Thomas Handy & Mary his wife & Sarah one of the daughters of the said Thomas & Mary Handy 3) John Pemberton the eldest son of Henry & Elizabeth 4) Samuel Handy and Thomas Strangman 5) John Pim of the city of Dublin, merchant & John Clibborn of Moat, Westmeath.... to be continued.
     John died on 21 September 1752 in Edenderry, Monasterosis, Offaly, Ireland, aged 43. In 1754 Catherine was described as the wife of the late John Pim, when she had four children under 21 - Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth & Ann. The death is registered as the 21 day of the 7th month.
     His will was proved in 1752 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. John Pim, merchant of Edenderry, Kings County.

Children of John Pim and Catherine Handy

John Pim

( - 18 July 1811)
     John Pim was the son of John Pim and Catherine Handy.
     John died on 18 July 1811 in Waterford, Waterford, Ireland.

Mary Pim

(circa 1737 - 7th Month 1780)
     Mary Pim was born circa 1737 in Ireland. She was the daughter of John Pim and Catherine Handy.
     Mary Pim made a will dated 29 December 1773 in Ballitore, Timolin parish, Kildare. Will of Mary Pim, spinster, late of Ballitore, Kildare, daughter of John Pim, late of Edenderry in Kings county, deceased. Among the many famous Quaker names, she mentions her cousin Richard Shackleton of Ballitore. Her nieces Pike, sister Susannah Bewley, nieces Pim & Dawson, niece & nephew Sproule.
     Mary died 7th Month 1780 in Ireland. She died unmarried..
     Her will was proved on 28 January 1788 at Ireland. Mary Pim, Ballitore, Kildare, spinster. There is also an admon of the goods of Mary Pim, late of Dublin, spinster, granted to John Dawson Coates Esq. 17 November 1780 [in right of his wife Elizabeth]. Mary died in October 1780.

Sarah Pim (Watson)

(circa 1735 - 1800)
     Sarah Pim (Watson) was born circa 1735 in Ireland. She was the daughter of John Pim and Catherine Handy.
     Sarah died in 1800.

Maria Pinder

(circa 1802 - before 16 December 1829)
     Maria Pinder was born circa 1802.
     Maria Pinder and Robert Mackglew obtained a marriage licence on 3 August 1826 in London.
     Maria Pinder married Robert Mackglew, son of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wren, on 5 August 1826 in St Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London.
     Maria died before 16 December 1829 in Finsbury Circus, London. She was buried on 16 December 1829 in Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London.

Robert Pinder

(circa 1530 - )
     Robert Pinder was born circa 1530.
     Robert Pinder married Isabel Popplewell, daughter of James Popplewell and Isabel Unknown, on 29 January 1549/50 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Mark Grace states it was at Amcotts: 20 Jan 1549 (as Isabella)
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Edmund Pinkeney

     Margery de Lisle married secondly Edmund Pinkeney.