Pigot Baronets
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Pigot Baronets

The Pigot Baronetcy, of Patshull Hall in the County of Stafford, is a title in the Baronetage of Great Britain.[1] It was created on 5 December 1764 for the politician and colonial administrator George Pigot, with remainder to his brothers General Robert Pigot and Admiral Hugh Pigot, and remains extant. On 19 January 1766 Pigot was further honoured when he was raised to the Peerage of Ireland as Baron Pigot,[2] with normal remainder to the heirs male of his body. Lord Pigot was unmarried (although he left several natural children; see below) and on his death in 1777 the barony became extinct. He was succeeded in the baronetcy according to the special remainder by his brother, Robert, the second Baronet. He was a distinguished soldier.

Pigot baronets, of Patshull (1764)

Other notable members of the Pigot family

  • Hugh Pigot (c. 1722-1792)[] brother of the first Baron and second Baronet, was an Admiral in the Royal Navy.
  • Richard Pigot (1774-1868), illegitimate son of the first Baron, was a General in the British Army.
  • Sir Hugh Pigot (1775-1857), illegitimate son of the first Baron, was an Admiral of the White.
  • Hugh Pigot (1769-1797), a Royal Navy Captain was slain during the mutiny on the Hermione. Nephew of the first Baron.


  1. ^ "No. 10472". The London Gazette. 20 November 1764. p. 1.
  2. ^ "No. 10586". The London Gazette. 24 December 1765. p. 2.


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