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Pigott, Harrietlocked

  • Pam Perkins


Pigott, Harriet (1775–1846), writer, was the youngest daughter of William Pigott, rector of Chetwynd, Shropshire, and his wife, Arabella Mytton (d. c.1779). Her two paternal uncles were notorious figures in later eighteenth-century society. Charles Pigott, the younger of the two [...

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