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William is not shown in the census of 1851 and it is assumed tha t he died
prior thereto.


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All information on the children and grandchildren of William Joseph
Pigott was personally provided by William and June (Nash) Pigott in 1 993.
Their address at the time was 5420 M. Ave., Cherokee, IA 51012-716 0.


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10346 Mildred, El Monte


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SQ p. 3636: They had two foster children: Joe F. Crosby and Grace Ladd.


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MARYLAND GENEALOGIES from the Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol II , pps 286-7: "George Plater was born 8 Nov. 1735, and died at Annapolis 10 Feb. 1792, being at the time of his death, Governor of Maryland (Md. Gazette, 16 Feb. 1792). He was one of the Justices of St. Mary's County 1757-1771 (Commission Book) and represented the County in the Assembly 1757-1759 and 1762-1768 (L.H.Journals). He was a member of the Council of Maryland 1771-1774 (U.H.Journals), and was Governor of the state from 1791 until his death. He married first, 5 Dec . 1762, Hannah, daughter of Hon. Richard Lee (Md. Gazette, 16 Dec. 17 62), and she died 20 Sept. 1763 leaving no issue (ibid., 29 Sept. 176 3). He married secondly, 19 July 1764, Elizabeth, only child of John Rousby of Calvert County and Anne, his wife, daughter of Peregrine Frisby. Mrs. Elizabeth Plater died 23 Nov. 1789; the dates of her marriage and death and of the births of her children are derived from the Plater prayer book record."


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Rhoda Belle is buried in the Greencastle Cemetery in Paint Creek, WV.


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See Jenkins, pg. 73.


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See THOMAS JENKINS, pg. 73 under John Joseph Jenkins, Edmund's son -in-law.


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See THOMAS JENKINS OF MARYLAND 1670 by Rev. Edward Felix Jenkins , pg 314:
"George Plowden, immigrant, and progenitor of the Maryland Plowden family, was he third son of Francis, Lord of Plowden, the eldest, but disinherited on of Sir Edmond Plowden who died in London prior to July 27, 1657.
"George emigrated to Maryland in 1684 at age 22 and took title to "Resurrection Manor" which he had bought with his first cousin, Thomas Plowden, Jr., ho died at sea en route, with him, to America. He married, prior to 1696, argaret Brent, daughter of Giles Brent and granddaughter of Governor Giles rent of Maryland. She was the greatgranddaughter of Richard Brent , Lord of toke and Addington. George Plowden died in 1713, leaving "Resurrection Manor" to his son Edmund who married Henrietta Maria Slye. He died in 1757-8 and devised "Resurrection Manor" to his son Edmund Plowden, Jr., who married Jane Hammersley at "Bachelor's Hope" in St. Mary's County, on December 5, 1779.
"He served in the Maryland Legislature from 1792 to 1798 and died April 20, 1804. One of his daughters, Mary Ann, married John J. Jenkins of "Retirement" in Charles County. Another daughter married J. F. Hickey of Hyattsville. These two families were to marry yet again.
"Bushwood," the ancestral home of Sir Thomas Gerard, was in the course of time inherited by George Slye who bequeathed it to his nephew, Edmund Plowden. It remained in the Plowden family until late in the 19th century. It was finally given to the Jesuit fathers who held it when it burned in January, 1934, as a result of a fire started from Christmas decorations."


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SQ p. 5601: "Sister" Porter, born about 1883, died about 1895 by drowning. Her name may have been Frances."