Making the exemplification of the wills of John Pigott and his son John Pigott …
Details of Act
||15 George II. c. 8
|Type of Act
||Making the exemplification of the wills of John Pigott and his son John Pigott evidence in all British and Irish courts and enabling John Biggs to take the surname Pigott.
||An Act for making the Exemplification of the last Wills of John Pigott the Elder, late of Brockley in the County of Somerset Esquire, and of John Pigott Esquire, his Son, Evidence in all Courts of Law and Equity in Great Britain and Ireland; and to enable John Biggs Pigot Esquire, formerly called John Biggs, and his Progeny and Descendants, to take and use the Surname and Arms of Pigott only, pursuant to the Will of the said John Pigott the Son.
Parliamentary Archives access
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||Records of the House of Lords, Private Bill Office, Original Acts