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The Pidgeons of London & Reading


John Winter PIDGEON was born at Henley, Oxfordshire, the son of Joseph and Frances PIDGEON.  As a young man, he left Henley to work as a clerk to the London company of merchants of Jonathan SILLS.  Jonathan was also born at Henley, and was probably an acquaintance of John’s father Joseph, this leading to John’s employment.  After Jonathan SILLS’ death in 1800, the business was taken over by his sons Joseph and Jonathan junior.  In 1802 John PIDGEON marred their cousin Elizabeth CLARK.  (For the relationship between the SILLS and PIDGEON families, see the ALLENs of Pangbourne, below the PIDGEON tree.)

John and Elizabeth named their first son after Elizabeth’s uncle and John Winter’s benefactor.  Four of their eight children died in infancy, but two of their sons did well.  Jonathan Sills PIDGEON became a stockbroker in the City of London.  Henry Clark PIDGEON became an artist, quite well-known, and a founder member of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.

In 1811, the merchant business, of which Joseph SILLS, Jonathan SILLS junior and John Winter PIDGEON were partners, went bankrupt.  It was subsequent to this event that the PIDGEON family settled in Reading, and John Winter became a grocer. On his death, this business was taken over by his youngest son Charles.  Daughter Jane also became a grocer, but lived and worked with her second cousin Daniel ALLEN at Hungerford.

Although there are living descendants of this family, the PIDGEON name has died out.

Additional contributor - Sam Block

Note:      ab. = about,  b. = born,  bp. = baptised,  bu. = buried,  d. = died,  m. = married,  (+) - extramarital relationship

                Places in italics = Registration districts


Joseph PIDGEON (bp. – d.)

   m.() Frances Jane ? (bp. – d.)

    |

    |– John Winter PIDGEON (bp.15/12/1771, Henley, Oxon – d.1856, Reading) Clerk, Grocer, Oil & Colourman

    |      m. (1/2/1802, St Mary Woolnoth, London) Elizabeth CLARK (b.15/11/1775, Pangbourne, Berks – d.1856,

    |       |    1841:  at 20 Middle Row, Reading – John & Elizabeth;  Henry, Charles + 1 servt                           Reading)

    |       |    1851:  at 20 Middle Row, Reading – John W & Elizabeth;  Jane, Charles + 1 servt

    |?     |

            |– Jonathan Sills PIDGEON (b.4/11, bp.6/12/1802, St Martin Vintry, London – d.10/7/1882, 79y, Warley Elms,

            |       :                                                                                                          Brentwood, Essex) Stockbroker

            |      m. (10/12/1836, Bloomsbury, Lon) Ann PINCARD (b.ab1803, Winkleigh, Devon  – d.1865, Bayswater)

            |       |    1841:  at Friar St, Reading – Jonathan S & Ann;  Jane, Louisa, Ann P

            |       |    1851:  at 8 Chepstow Villas West, Kensington – Jonathan Sills & Ann;  Jane, Louisa, Anne P

            |       |                                                                                                                                     + 2 servants

            |       |– Jane PIDGEON (b.1837, Reading – d.1913, 75y, Newbury)

            |       |      m.(1862, Kensington) Oliver Edmund SLOCOCK (b.ab.1834 – d.1907, 72y, Newbury) Vicar

            |       |       |    1871:  at 3 ?bank Villa, Hammersmith, Lon – Jane;  Arthur E, Bennett F, Richard, Francis,

            |       |       |                                                                 Reginald, Mary  + Mary SLOCOCK (sister)  + 4 servants

            |       |       |               at Oxford Rd, Shaw, Berks – Oliver E (visitor to Charles Saml SLOCOCK & family)

            |       |       |    1881:  at Greenham Vicarage, Greenham, Berks – Oliver E & Jane;  Mary, Clara, Edmund,

            |       |       |                                                 Agnes G, Gertrude L, Rosa C, Rachel + 1 governess & 6 servants

            |       |       |               at St Nicholas College, Lancing, Susx – Arthur Edmund Oliver, Ernest Frederick,

            |       |       |                                                                                                         Richard (3 of 180 scholars)

            |       |       |               at Wyndersham House, Church St, Amesbury, Wilts – Francis (1 of 18 scholars)

            |       |       |    1891:  at Donnington, Shaw, Berks – Oliver E & Jane;  Ernest Fred, Agnes Grace, Rachel, Irene,

            |       |       |                                                                                                                    Rosa C  + 5 servts

            |       |       |    1901:  at “Godwell”, Newbury – Oliver E & Jane;  Arthur E O, Francis, Mary, Clara, Edmund,

            |       |       |                                                                                                   Rachel, Irene R C + 4 servants

            |       |       |    1911:  at 4 Maze Hill, St Leonards-on-See, Sussex – Jane (wid);  Gertrude Louisa 

            |       |       |                                                                                [10/14 ch alive]    (visitors at lodging house)    

            |       |       |

            |       |       |-? George Edmund SLOCOCK (b.1863, Kensington – d. before 1871?)

            |       |       |– Arthur Edmund Oliver SLOCOCK (b.1864, Chelsea – d.1943, 80y, Newbury)

            |       |       |– Ernest Frederick SLOCOCK (b.1865, Chieveley, Berks – d.1940, 74y, Wortley, Yorks)

            |       |       |– Richard SLOCOCK (b.ab.1869, Chieveley, Berks – d.1936, 70y, Erpingham)

            |       |       |– Francis SLOCOCK (b.1868, Chieveley, Berks – d.)

            |       |       |– Reginald SLOCOCK (b.1869, Hammersmith – d.1871, 2y, Newbury)

            |       |       |– Mary SLOCOCK (b.1871, Hammersmith – d.1949, 79y, Newbury)

            |       |       |– Clara SLOCOCK (b.ab.1873, Newbury, Berks – d.1956, 83y, Lewisham)

            |       |       |– Edmund SLOCOCK (b.1874, Newbury, Berks – d.1963, 89y, I Wight) Tutor

            |       |       |– Agnes Grace SLOCOCK (b.1875, Greenham, Berks – d.1952, 77y, Brighton)

            |       |       |– Gertrude Louisa SLOCOCK (b.ab.1876 – d.1955, 76y, Kensington) Hospital Nurse

            |       |       |– Rachel SLOCOCK (b.ab.1878, Greenham – d.1956, 77y, Warminster)

            |       |      └  Irene Rosa C SLOCOCK (b.1880, Greenham – d.1956, 77y, Newbury)

            |       |

            |       |– Louisa PIDGEON (b.25/1/1839, Reading, bp.4/5/1839, Bloomsbury – d.1925, 86y, Steyning)

            |       |      m.(1863, Kensington) Frederick Anderson STEBBING (b.1838, St Pancras, Lon – d.1908, 70y,

            |       |       |                                                                                                         Marylebone) Major, Infantry

            |       |       |    1871:  at 1 St Andrew’s Ter, Stretford, Lancs – Frederick A & Louisa;  Edith B, Florence L,

            |       |       |                                                                                                                    Gertrude, Maude M

            |       |       |               at 2 St Andrew’s Ter – Henry PIDGEON & Family (see Pidgeons of Chorlton)

            |       |       |    1881:  at 4 Cleveland Gards, Ealing, Middx – Frederick A & Louisa;  Florence L, Gertrude,

            |       |       |                                          Maud M, Ethel R, George A, Frederic A + 1 governess & 4 servants

            |       |       |    1891:  at 5 Royal Cres’t, Melcombe Regis Dor – Louisa;  Gertrude, Ethel R

            |       |       |    1901:  at Ingolsby, Upper Maze Hill, St Leonards-on-Sea, Susx – Frederick A

            |       |       |               at Burlington, Queen’s Rd, Shanklin, I.Wight – Louisa;  Gertrude, Ethel R

            |       |       |    1911:  at Summerleigh, Gower Rd, Weybridge, Sur – Louisa (wid);  Gertrude

            |       |       |

            |       |       |– Edith Beatrice STEBBING (b.ab.1864, Malta – d.)

            |       |       |      m.(30/4/1889, Ealing) Charles Joseph BIGGER (b.ab.1862, Londonderry – d.) Ship builder

            |       |       |– Florence Louisa STEBBING (b.1865, Bayswater, London – d.)

            |       |       |      m.(25/7/1893, Ealing) Thomas Herbert CLARK (b.ab.1857, St Saviour, London – d.)

            |       |       |– Gertrude STEBBING (b.1869, Aldershot, Surrrey – d.1929, 60y, Winchester)

            |       |       |– Maud Mary STEBBING (b.1870, Mossley, Lancs – d.)

            |       |       |

            |       |       |– Ethel Rose STEBBING (b.1872, Ealing – d.1941, 69y, Chactonbury, Susx)

            |       |       |      m.(1903, Chertsey) Edward HICKS (b.1868, London – d?1928, 60y, Steyning, Susx)

            |       |       |       |                                                                                                             Lloyd’s underwriter

            |       |       |       |    1911:  at Copthorne Lodge, Leatherhead, Sur – Edward & Ethel Rosa;  Ethel Janet,

            |       |       |       |                                                                                      2/3 ch alive]             Maud Marrion

            |       |       |       |– Ethel Janet HICKS (b.1905, Leatherhead – d.)

            |       |       |       |– ? HICKS (b. Leatherhead – d. 0y, Leatherhead

            |       |       |      └  Maud Marion HICKS (b.1909, Leatherhead – d.1980, 71y, Hove, E Susx)

            |       |       |              m.() Leslie Kenneth A BLOCK (b.9/8/1906 – d.19801980, 74y, Brighton)

            |       |       |               |

            |       |       |                               ΰ  Sam BLOCK                                                               [TOP]

            |       |       |

            |       |       |– George Anderson STEBBING (b.1874, Ealing – d.1929, 55y, Cuckfield)

            |       |       |      m.(1904, Staines) Helen Beatrice FREEMAN (b.1878, Tadcaster – d.1951, 73y, Abingdon)

            |       |       |       |    1911:  at The Dial House, Lower Halliford, Shepperton, Midx – George Anderson & Helen

            |       |       |       |                                          [2/2 ch alive]               Beatrice;  Phoebe Beatrice, Barbara Mary 

            |       |       |       |                                                                   + Peter Redford Scott LONG (visitor)  + 4 servts

            |       |       |       |– Phoebe Beatrice STEBBING (b.29/7/1907, Shepperton – d.8/1994, 87y, Mendip, Som)

            |       |       |       |      m.(1931, Steyning) Godfrey Henry S DU PONTET (b.11/6/1906, Walton, Sur – d.1983,

            |       |       |       |       |                                                                                                    77y, Taunton, Som)

            |       |       |       |      └  ΰ see below

            |       |       |       |

            |       |       |      └  Barbara Mary STEBBING (b.1910, Shepperton – d.1944, 34y, Oxford)

            |       |       |              m.(1937, Fulham) Malcolm MacEwen (b. – d.)

            |       |       |

            |       |      └  Frederic Anderson STEBBING (b.1876, Ealing – d.)

            |       |

            |       |– Anne Pinckard PIDGEON (b.1841, Reading – d.1925, 84y, Reigate)

            |       |      m.(1870, Kensington) William STEBBING (b.ab.1832, Pentonville, London – d.1926, 95y, Reigate)

            |       |       |                                                                                                                                  Barrister

            |       |       |    1871:  at 13 Pembridge Villas, Kensington – William & Anne P (with Jonathan S PIDGEON)

            |       |       |                                                                                                                             + 3 servants

            |       |       |    1881:  at Heathland Lodge, Hampstead, London – William & Anne P;  William P, Henry M,

            |       |       |                                                                                 Sylvia W A, Rachel T, Nigel A + 4 servants

            |       |       |    1891:  at Heath House, Headley, Sur – William & Annie P;  William P D, Henry M, Sylvia W A,

            |       |       |                                         Rachel I, Nigel A  + John J Stevenson (visitor, 59, architect)  + 3 servts

            |       |       |    1901:  at Frith Park, Walton on the Hill, Sur – William & Annie P;  Harry M, Sylvia W A,

            |       |       |                                                                                                                   Rachel I  + 5 servts

            |       |       |    1911:  at 11 Cumberland Mansions, Marylebone, Lon – William & Anne Pincard  + 3 servts

            |       |       |

            |       |       |– William Pinckard Delane STEBBING (b.1873, St Giles, London – d.1961, 88y, Dover) Architect

            |       |       |      m.(1904, Northampton) Jessie Muriel UNDERWOOD (b.1873, Sywell, Northants – d.1940,

            |       |       |                                                                                                                              67y, Eastry)

            |       |       |            1911:  at 78a Lexham Gardens, Kensington, Lon - William Pinckard Delane & Jessie

            |       |       |                                                                                                           [0 ch]    Muriel  + 2 servts

            |       |       |– Henry Mark STEBBING (b.1874, St Giles, London – d.1953, 80y, Amersham)

            |       |       |                                                                                                    Insurance Underwriter, Barrister

            |       |       |– Sylvia Winifred Annette STEBBING (b.1876, St Giles, London – d.)

            |       |       |      m.(1906, Reigate) Edward Alexander Coles McCURDY (b.1871, Nottingham – d.) Author

            |       |       |       |    1911:  at Oakdene, Oakfield Rd, Ashtead, Sur – Edward Alexander Coles & Sylvia

            |       |       |       |                       [2/2 ch alive]             Winifred Annette;  Ursula Sylvia, Helen Mary  + 2 servts

            |       |       |       |

            |       |       |       |– Ursula Sylvia McCURDY (b.1907, Abingdon, Berks – d.)

            |       |       |       |– Helen Mary McCURDY (b.1909, Ashtead, Sur – d.)

            |       |       |       |– Margaret E McCURDY (b.1912, Epsom – d.)

            |       |       |       |– Alison I McCURDY (b.1913, Epsom – d.)

            |       |       |       |– Alexander K S McCURDY (b.1914, Epsom – d.)

            |       |       |      └  Robert H C McCURDY (b.1918, Epsom – d.)

            |       |       |

            |       |       |– Rachel Irene STEBBING (b.1877, Bloomsbury, London – d.1913, 35t, Pancras)

            |       |       |      m.(1905, Marylebone) Clement A A DU PONTET (b.1875, Paddington, London – d.1950,

            |       |       |       |                                                                             75y, Surrey Mid E) Harrow schoolmaster

            |       |       |       |    1911:  at Hillside, Peterboro Hill, Harrow, Midx – Clement & Irene;  Godfrey, Mary

            |       |       |       |                                                               [2/2 ch alive]     + 5 schoolboy boarders + 5 servts

            |       |       |      └  Godfrey Henry S DU PONTET (b.11/6/1906, Walton, Sur – d.1983, 77y, Taunton, Som)

            |       |       |              m.(1931, Steyning) Phoebe Beatrice STEBBING (b.29/7/1907, Shepperton – d.8/1994,

            |       |       |               |                                            [see above]                                        87y, Mendip, Som)

            |       |       |

            |       |      └  Nigel Austin STEBBING (b.1879, Hampstead, London – d.1955, 76y, Surrey Mid E)

            |       |              m1.(1917, Paddington) Gladys M de HAVILLAND (b. – d.)

            |       |              m2.(1935, Westminster) Helen B CLAY (b.1877 – d.11/1951, 73y, Abingdon)

            |       |

            |      └  Caroline Amelia PIDGEON (b.18/7/1843, Westminster – bu.9/11/1843, 15w 5d, Kensall Green, London)

            |

            |– Jane PIDGEON (b.2/12/1804, bp.8/1/1805, St Martin Vintry, London – d.1884, 78y, Hungerford) Folder icon

            |            1871:  at High Street, Hungerford, Berks – Jane (cousin) with Daniel ALLEN & family          Grocer

            |            1881:  at Church Street, Hungerford, Berks – Jane (cousin) with Daniel ALLEN & family (see below)

            |

            |– Frances PIDGEON (b.7/1, bp.10/2, 1805, Islington, London – bu.4/8/1806, 7m, St Michael Paternoster

            |[twins]                                                                                                                                Royal, London)

            |– Joseph PIDGEON (b.7/1, bp.10/2, 1805, Islington, London – bu.18/2/1807, 13m, St Michael Pat. Royal)

            |

            |– Henry Clark PIDGEON (b.26/3, bp.21/4/1807, St Martin Vintry – d.1880, 74y, St Pancras, Lon) Artist

            |      m.(20/7/1844, Paddington) Jane HAMBLEN (b.ab.1804, Wandsworth, Sur – d.1880, 76y, St Pancras)

            |            1851:  at 37 Berner’s St, Marylebone, London – Henry Clark & Jane + Elizabeth HAMBLEN (visitor)

            |            1871:  at 10 St Leonard’s Ter, Paddington, Lon – Henry C & Jane + Louisa, Caroline, Frederick

            |                                                                           HAMBLIN (in-laws)  + Catherine, Rebecca CLARK (servts)

            |

            |– George PIDGEON (9/10, bp.16/12/1808, St Martin Vintry – bu.17/4/1809, 6m, St Michael Pat. Royal)

            |

            |– John William PIDGEON (b.4/6, bp.1/11/1810, St Martin Vintry – bu.15/11/1810, 5m, St Michael

            |                                                                                                                       Paternoster Royal, London)

              └  Charles PIDGEON (bp.7/5/1812, Reading – d.1879, 67y, Reading) Grocer & oilman

                         1861:  at Middle Row, Reading – Charles  + Adam ROBERTS (visitor), Sarah CLARK (boarder, wid, 70)

                                                                                                                                                           + 3 servants

                         1871:  at 49 Broad St, Reading – Charles  + 2 assistants, 1 servant

 

Folder icon  Assignment by Jane Pidgeon of Church Street, Hungerford, to Jonathan Sills Pidgeon of Throgmorton Street, London of her claim to certain property in return for an annuity of £300. The property comprising 49-50 Broad Street, Reading, nos. 20-21 Union Street, Reading; also 6 leasehold premises nos. 15-20 Spring Gardens, Reading; also freehold land about 1½a. at South End, Bradfield, a cottage at Goring Heath; also the goodwill and stock in trade of a grocer's business at 49 Broad Street, Reading.  

D/EX 551/63  1881

This documents is held at Berkshire Record Office


The Allens of Pangbourne, Berkshire


The ALLENs of Pangbourne was the family which linked the PIDGEONs of Reading with the London SILLS family.  Jonathan SILLS senior married Frances ALLEN, the daughter of Elizabeth and William ALLEN of Pangbourne.  He was a merchant, or wharfinger at Hamburgh Wharf, Thames Street, London.  He took two of his sons into the business, Joseph and Jonathan junior, and employed John Winter PIDGEON as a clerk.  Jonathan SILLS senior and John Winter PIDGEON had both been born at Henley, Oxfordshire, so it is possible that John’s father was an acquaintance of Jonathan SILLS senior, this being the reason for his employment.

Jonathan SILLS senior died in 1800, and in his will left “to John Pidgeon who now lives with me Fifty Pounds and Mourning as a token of my Sense of his Fidelity” .  Two years later John married Elizabeth CLARK.  Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry CLARK and his wife Jane ALLEN, the youngest sister of Jonathan SILLS’ widow Frances. She was thus the niece of Jonathan senior, and the cousin of his sons Joseph and Jonathan junior, who had taken over the Hamburgh Wharf business after their father’s death.

Another connection between the PIDGEONs and the ALLENs was apparent later in the 19th century.  In 1871 and 1881, John Winter’s unmarried daughter Jane was living with Daniel ALLEN and his family at Hungerford, Berkshire.  Daniel’s grandfather Richard ALLEN was the brother of the ALLEN sisters Frances (who married Jonathan SILLS senior) and Jane (Jane PIDGEON’s maternal grandmother).  Jane and Daniel were second cousins, Elizabeth and William ALLEN being their common great-grandparents.


William ALLEN (b. – bu.29/3/1746, Pangbourne)

   m.() Elizabeth ? (b. – bu.10/7/1746, Pangbourne)

    |

    |– Frances ALLEN (bp. 1731, Pangbourne – bu. 1801, 70y, London)

    |      m.() Jonathan SILLS (b.1729, Henley – bu. 1800, 71, London)  Merchant, wharfinger

    |       |

    |       |– Frances SILLS (b.1757, London – d.)

    |       |– Edward Preacey SILLS (b.1759, London – d.)

    |       |– Frances SILLS (b.1761, London – d.)

    |       |– Elizabeth SILLS (b.1763, London – d.)

    |       |– Joseph SILLS (b.1766, London – bu.1843, 78y, London)  Merchant, wharfinger

    |       |– Jane SILLS (b.1768, London – bu.1831, 62y, London)

    |       |– Jonathan SILLS, junior (bp.1771, London – bu.1842, 71y, London)  Merchant, wharfinger

    |        William SILLS (bp.1772, London – d.)

    |

    |– John ALLEN (bp.1733, Pangbourne – d.)

    |      m.(1759, Henley) Sarah PIERCEY (b. – d.)

    |       |

    |      └  ΰ  7 ALLEN children

    |  

    |– Richard ALLEN (bp.1735, Pangbourne – bu.1820, 84y, Pangbourne)

    |      m.(1769, Pangbourne) Elizabeth FELLOWS (b. – d.),

    |       |

    |       |– 3 ALLEN children (born Pangbourne)

    |       |– William ALLEN (bp.1775, Pangbourne – bu.1850, 75y, Pangbourne)

    |       |      m?(1797, Shinfield, Berks) Sarah COLLINS (b. – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |       |– 3 ALLEN children  (born Tilehurst, Berks)

    |       |       |– Daniel ALLEN (bp.1801, Tilehurst, Berks – d.) Grocer   [2nd cousin of Jane PIDGEON - see below]

    |       |       |      m.(1833, Hungerford) Eliza MANLEY (b.ab.1805, Corsham, Wilts – d.)

    |       |       |       |    1871:  at High Street, Hungerford, Berks – Daniel & Eliza;  Emma, William E, Edward Manley 

    |       |       |       |                                                                                     + Jane PIDGEON (cousin)  + 3 servants

    |       |       |       |    1881:  at Church Street, Hungerford, Berks – Daniel & Eliza;  Emma  + Jane PIDGEON (cousin)

    |       |       |       |                                                                                                                                 + servant

    |       |       |       |– Daniel ALLEN (b.ab.1835, Hungerford – d.)

    |       |       |       |– Emma ALLEN (b.ab.1836, Hungerford – d.)

    |       |       |       |– Sarah ALLEN (b.ab.1843, Hungerford – d.)

    |       |       |       |– William E ALLEN (b.ab1845, Hungerford – d.)

    |       |       |        Edward Manley ALLEN (bc1848 Hungerford – d.)

    |       |       |

    |       |        ΰ 2 more ALLEN children (born Tilehurst, Berks)

    |       |

    |        ΰ 5 more ALLEN children (born Pangbourne)

    |

    |– Thomas ALLEN (bp.1736, Pangbourne – bu.1737, 1y, Pangbourne)

    |

    |– Sarah ALLEN (bp.1738, Pangbourne – bu.1803, Pangbourne)

    |      m.(1757, Tidmarsh) John KEEN (b. – bu.1790, Pangbourne)

    |       |

    |        ΰ 9 KEEN children

    |

    |– Elizabeth ALLEN (bp.1740, Pangbourne – d.)

    |

     Jane ALLEN (bp.1742, Pangbourne – d.)

           m.(1771, Pangbourne) Henry CLARK (b. – d.)

            |

            |– Henry CLARK bp.1772, Pangbourne – d.)                    Return to the PIDGEONs of London & Reading

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            |– Elizabeth CLARK (b.1775, Pangbourne – d.1856, Reading)

            |      m.(1802, London) John Winter PIDGEON (bp.1771, Henley – d.1856, Reading) Clerk, Grocer,

            |       |                                                                                                                               Oil & Colourman

            |       |– Jonathan Sills PIDGEON (b.1802, London – d.1882, 79y, Warley Elms, Brentwood, Essex)

            |       |       :                                                                                                                              Stockbroker

            |       |      m.(1836, Bloomsbury, Lon) Ann PINCARD (b.ab1803, Winkleigh, Devon  – d.1865, Bayswater)

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            |       |– Jane PIDGEON (b.1804, London – d.1884, 78y, Hungerford) Grocer

            |       |                                                                                          [2nd cousin of Daniel ALLEN – see above]

            |       |            1871:  at High Street, Hungerford, Berks – Jane (cousin) with Daniel ALLEN & family

            |       |            1881:  at Church Street, Hungerford, Berks – Jane (cousin) with Daniel ALLEN & family

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            |       |– Frances PIDGEON (b.1805, London – d.1806, 7m, London)

            |       |[twins]

            |       |– Joseph PIDGEON (b.1805, London – d.1807. 13m, London)

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            |       |– Henry Clark PIGEON (b. 1807, London – d.1880, 74y, St Pancras, London) Artist

            |       |      m.(1844, Paddington) Jane HAMBLEN (b.ab.1804, Wandsworth, Sur – d.1880, 76y, St Pancras)

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            |       |– George PIDGEON (b.1808, London – bu.1809, 6m, London)

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            |       |– John William PIDGEON (b.1810, London – bu.1810, 5m, London)

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            |      └  Charles PIDGEON (bp.1812, Reading – d.1879, 67y, Reading) Grocer

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             Frances CLARK (b. – d.)


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