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PIDGEONs of Adlestrop, Gloucs & Kingham, Oxon

John Pidgin married Elizabeth Huckin at Kingham, Oxfordshire in 1752. John died in January 1811 aged 78, so was born about 1732. Possibly, he came from Sutton-under-Brailes, Warwickshire, about 10 miles north of Kingham, where John Pidgeon was baptised in March 1731/2 (see the PIDGEONs of Sutton-under-Brailes family tree).

Some of their descendants stayed in Kingham, while others moved over the county border to nearby Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. Later generations migrated to nearby Blockley, Gloucs, to Merton, Oxon, to the Isle of Wight, to Accrington, Lancs and to Hampshire.

Contributors: John & Greg Pidgeon, Geoff Pidgeon, Tim Pidgeon, Gordon Pidgeon, Carol Kershaw, Jim Readings, Lewis Combstock

Notes:
   ab. = about,  b. = born,  bp. = baptised,  bu. = buried,  d. = died,  m. = married,
   (+) = extra-marital relationship
   Places in italics = Registration districts
   IoW = Isle of Wight
John PIDGIN (bp.19/3/1731/2, Sutton-under-Brailes, Warks – d.21/1/1811, 78y, Kingham, Oxon)
   m.(25/9/1752, Kingham) Elizabeth HUCKIN (bp.29/3/1732 – bu.18/12/1798, 65y, Kingham)
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    |– Thomas PIDGIN (bp.28/11/1753, Kingham – d.)
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    |– William PIDGIN (bp.29/8/1756, Kingham – bu.6/1/1757, 5m, Kingham)
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    |– William PIDGIN (bp.26/2/1758, Kingham – bu.27/7/1834, 76y, Adlestrop) Labourer
    |      m. (24/10/1796, Adlestrop, Gloucs) Mary TROWMAN (b.ab.1770, Ford, Gloucs – d.31/1/1853, 82y, Adlestrop)
    |       |    1851:  at Adlestrop – Mary (wid);  Ann
    |       |
    |       |– John PIDGEON (bp.18/6/1797, Adlestrop – d.1862, 65y, Blockley) Gardener
    |       |      m. (9/4/1820, Blockley) Elizabeth HALFORD (b.1792, Blockley  – bu.9/8/1884, 92y, Blockley) Laundress
    |       |       |    1841:  at Primrose Bank, Blockley, Worcs – John & Eliz;  Ellen, Jas, Lucy
    |       |       |    1851:  at Holt, Blockley, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwicks – John & Elizabeth;  Ellen, Lucy
    |       |       |    1881:  at Blockley – Elizabeth;  Ellen HARRIS (gr.dau, 12)
    |       |       |
    |       |       |– Charles PIDGEON (bp.30/7/1820, Draycott  – d.)
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    |       |       |– George PIDGEON (bp.17/11/1822, Blockley – bu.13/3/1823, 4m, Blockley)
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    |       |       |– George PIDGEON (bp.2/5//1824, Blockley – bu.10/1/1866, 42y, Blockley) servant
    |       |       |            1841:  at Cooks Court, St Clement Danes, Middlesex – George        [servant to Richard
    |       |       |            1851:  at 10 Cooks Court, St Clement Danes, Middlesex – George  PEYTON,Land Surveyor]
    |       |       |
    |       |       |– William PIDGEON (bp.14/4/1826, Blockley – bu.28/8/1839, 13y, Blockley)
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    |       |       |– Helen (Ellen) PIDGEON (bp.18/1/1829, Blockley – d.) Seamstress
    |       |       |
    |       |       |– James PIDGEON (bp.16/9/1832, Blockley – d.1882, 49y, New Forest)  coachman, publican &
    |       |       |       :    1851:  at Jockey Stables, Blockley – James (lodger with Bradforf family)                  postmaster
    |       |       |       :    1861:  at Cuffnells Lyndhurst, Hants – James (servt to Jonathan Hargreaves, Magistrate)
    |       |       |       :    1871:  at Cuffnells House, Lyndhurst, Hants – James (servt to widow Hargreaves)
    |       |       |      m.(1873, New Forest) Emily KEEPING (b.ab.1827 – d.1878, 51y, New Forest)
    |       |       |            1881:  at New Forest Inn, Emery Down, Lyndhurst – James (wid)  + Jane, Charlie KEEPING
    |       |       |                                                                                                  (step children), Emily YEATS (niece)
    |       |      └  Lucy Ann PIDGEON (b.1839, Blockley – d.1860, 20y, Blockley)
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    |       |– Lucy PIDGEON (bp.23/11/1800, Adlestrop – d.1846, 48y, Worcester)
    |       |      m.(18/11/1821, Worcester) John RODEN (b. – d.)
    |       |       |    1841:  at Worcester Workhouse – Lucy;  Robert
    |       |       |
    |       |      └  Robert RODEN (b.ab.1832 – d.)
    |       |
    |       |– Ann PIDGEON (bp.2/1/1803, Adlestrop – d.1856, Adlestrop)
    |       |    1851:  at Adlestrop – Mary (wid);  Ann (Unm)
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    |       |– Thomas PIDGEON (bp.28/4/1805, Adlestrop – d.12/4/1857, Ryde, I of Wight) Lodging house keeper
    |       |       :    1841:  at Ryde, I of Wight – Thomas (MS to Edward UTHERSON & family)
    |       |      m. (27/4/1848, Ryde, IoW) Sarah MATTHEWS (b.16/4/1815, Shanklin, IoW  – d.1896, 80, IoW)
    |       |       |                                            m2.(28/1/1863, Newport, IoW) Rev. William Metherell BAILEY
    |       |       |                                                                        (b.ab.1795, Broadwoodwidger, Dev – d.1873, 77y, IoW)
    |       |       |                                                                                                                         Bible Christian Minister
    |       |       |    1851:  at 6 Vernon Square, Ryde, IoW – Thomas & Sarah
    |       |       |    1861:  at 6 Vernon Square, Ryde, IoW – Sarah (wid); Charles PIGEON  + visitor & servt
    |       |       |               at Bank Gardens, Ryde, IoW – William BAILEY (boarder, wid)
    |       |       |    1871:  at St George’s Rd, Shanklin, IoW – William & Sarah BAILEY;  Charles PIDGEON
    |       |       |    1881:  at Thorncliffe, Brading, IoW – Sarah BAILEY (wid) with son Josiah C & Sarah P PIDGEON
    |       |       |    1891:  at Lonsdale, St George’s Rd, Shanklin, IoW – Sarah BAILEY (wid)  + servt
    |       |       |
    |       |      └  Charles Josiah PIDGEON (b.5/9/1855, Ryde, IoW – d.1938, 82y, IoW) Station Master
    |       |              m1.(1877, IoW) Sarah Playle HOWARD (b.1852, Brightstone, IoW – d.1894, 41y, IoW)
    |       |               :    1881:  at Thorncliffe, Brading, IoW – Josiah C & Sarah P PIDGEON + Sarah BAILEY         
    |       |               :                                                                                                            (mother, wid) & boarders
    |       |               :    1891:  at St George’s Rd, Shanklin, IoW – Charles J & Sarah P
    |       |               :
    |       |              m2.(7/9/1895, IoW)Ellen Louisa JACOBS (b.1867, Ventnor, IoW – d.1955, 88y, IoW)
    |       |               |    1901:  at Avenue Rd, Shanklin, IoW – Charles J & Ellen L;  Charles J A, Thomas W M,
    |       |               |                                                                                                                         John F G  + servt
    |       |               |    1911:  at Portland Villa, Wilton Park Rd, Shanklin, IoW – Charles Josiah & Ellen Louisa; 
    |       |               |                                     [3/4 ch’n alive]      Charles Josiah Alexr, Thomas William, John Frederick
    |       |               |– Charles Josiah Alexander PIDGEON (b.13/6/1896, Shanklin – d.24/10/1968, 72y, Winch’str)
    |       |               |      m.(1915, S Stoneham) Hilda May CORBY (b.11/5/1893, Dorking – d.1973, 79y, Southampton)
    |       |               |       |
    |       |               |       |– Kenneth Charles Lewis PIDGEON (b.20/8/1920, S Stoneham – d.1980,59y,Reading)
    |       |               |       |      m1.(1942, Wokingham) Norah HEBBES (b.20/1/1920 – d.1970, 50y, Reading)
    |       |               |       |       |
    |       |               |       |
    |       |               |       |–John Alexander PIDGEON (b.4/12/1927, Eastleigh – d.11/4/2016, 88y, Southampton)
    |       |               |       ||      m1.(1949, Southampton) Lesley Adrienne PECK (b.3/9/1928 – d.2000, 71y, Winchester)
    |       |               |       ||       |                                          m2.(1971, Winchester) Sidney W CORNWELL (b. – d.)
    |       |               |       ||
    |       |               |       ||                      Greg PIDGEON
    |       |               |       |[twins]
    |       |               |       |– Dennis G PIDGEON (b.4/12/1927, Eastleigh – d.1930, 2y, Eastleigh)
    |       |               |       |
    |       |               |       |– Elaine Hilda Elizabeth PIDGEON (b.26/12/1928, Eastleigh – d.20/9/2004, 75y)
    |       |               |       |
    |       |               |      └  David Noel PIDGEON (b.26/12/1928, Eastleigh – d.23/10/1969, 41y, Hammersmith)
    |       |               |
    |       |               |– Thomas William Metherall PIDGEON (b.2/9/1899, Shanklin – d.1978, 79y, IoW)
    |       |               |      m.(1927, IoW) Florence May BENTON (b.9/7/1898 – d.1984, 85y, IoW)
    |       |               |       |
    |       |               |       |– Joyce Doreen PIDGEON (b.1927, IoW – d.4/2003)
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    |       |               |                              Geoff PIDGEON
    |       |               |
    |       |               |                               Tim PIDGEON
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    |       |               |– John Frederick George PIDGEON (b.16/12/1900, Shanklin – d.1970, 69y, Southampton)
    |       |               |       m.(1931, IoW) Violet May GUNDRY (b.15/9/1908 – d.1993, 84y, Southampton)
    |       |               |        |
    |       |               |
    |       |              └  Ellen Florence Agnes PIDGEON (b.21/9/1904, Shanklin – d.6/1/1906, 15m, Shanklin)
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    |       |– George PIDGEON (b.1808, Adlestrop – d.6/2/1883, 74y, Brampton, Chesterfield) Groom, farmer
    |       |       :    1851:  at Glapwell, nr Bolsover, Derbyshire – George (servt)
    |       |      m. (4/9/1862,Brampton, Chesterfield) Sarah GREGORY (b.ab.1814, Staunton Bakewell, Derbyshire  – d.)
    |       |            1871:  at Heath, nr Bolsover, Derbyshire – George & Sarah  + Anne MARSDEN (15, niece)
    |       |            1881:  at Old Hall Road, Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire – George & Sarah  + Anne
    |       |                                                                                                                                MARSDEN (24, servt)
    |      └  Charles PIDGEON (b.1812, Adlestrop – d.1883, 70y, Haslingden) Coachman
    |               :    1841:  Thingwall Hall, Childwall, Lancs – Charles PIGEON (servt to Isabella CASE)
    |               :     [In 1845, Thingwall Hall was sold by the executors of Thomas Case to Samuel Thompson]
    |              m. (12/7/1842, Edge Hill, Lancs) Christiana WOOLLEY (b.ab.1819, Christleton, Cheshire
    |               |                                                                                                                 – d.1881, 62y, Haslingden)
    |               |    1851:  at Oak Fold, Accrington, Lancs – Charles & Christiana;  Caroline, Alfred, John, Frederic
    |               |    1861:  at Bd Oak Fold, Accrington, Lancs – Charles & Christiana;  Carolina, Alfred, John, Frederic,
    |               |                                                                                                                       Christiana, Lucy, Mary
    |               |    1871:  at Broad Oak Fold Cott, Accrington – Charles & Christiana;  Caroline, Frederic, Lucy, Mary
    |               |    1881:  at Oak Fold, Accrington, Lancs – Charles & Christiana;  Lucy + Bertha & Jesse WAREING
    |               |                                                                                                                                           (g.daurs)
    |               |– Caroline PIDGEON (b.1844, Knotty Ash, bp.17/3/1844 – d.) Dressmaker, Laundress
    |               |      m.(28/2/1872, Accrington) Francis WAREING (b. – d.)
    |               |       |    1881:  at 18 Oak St, Accrington – Caroline WAREING (visitor of Francis SIMPSON & family)
    |               |       |               at 15 Vandry St, Stalybridge, Ches – Francis WAREING (lodger, unemployed)
    |               |       |    1891:  at 20 Percy St, Accrington – Caroline (wid);  Bertha, Jessie + James L & Mary (sis)
    |               |       |                                          WORRALL (visitors) + Charles H GORNALL (Lodger, Schoolmaster)
    |               |       |    1901:  at 20 Percy St, Accrington – Caroline (wid);  Bertha, Jessie + Bessie JOHNCOCK
    |               |       |                                                                                                                                  (boarder)
    |               |       |– Bertha WAREING (b.1873, Bowden, Ches – d.) Milliner
    |               |      └  Jessie WAREING (b.1878, Preston – d.) Dress Maker
    |               |
    |               |– Alfred PIDGEON (b.1846, Knotty Ash – d.7/11/1874, 27y, Patterson, NJ, USA) Mechanic
    |               |            Emigrated to USA, arriving New York 22/3/1869 on SS “City of Paris”
    |               |
    |               |– John PIDGEON (b.1848, Accrington – d.1916, 68y, Ormskirk) Butler, Waiter
    |               |       :    1871:  at Buckley Hall, Wardleworth, Lancs – John (footman)
    |               |      m.(1880, Reading) Sarah Frances GRADIDGE (b.1842, Hursley, Hants – d.1934, 92y, Reading)
    |               |       |                                                                                                            Company House Keeper
    |               |       |    1881:  at Higher Lodge Stag Hills, Newchurch, Lancs – John & Sarah Frances
    |               |       |    1891:  at 16 Portland St, Southport – John & Sarah F;  George S + Lucy (sis) + visitor + servt
    |               |       |    1901:  at 16 Portland St, Southport – John & Sarah
    |               |       |    1911:  at 14 Castle Walk, Southport – John & Sarah Frances; George Still (no occ’n)
    |               |       |
    |               |      └  George Still PIDGEON (b.1881, Newchurch, Lancs – d.1940, 58y, Lancaster)
    |               |                    1901:  at Royal Albert Asylum for Imbeciles, Lancaster – George Still (patient)
    |               |                    1911:  at 14 Castle Walk, Southport – George Still (with parents John & Sarah Frances)
    |               |
    |               |– Frederick PIDGEON (b.1850, Accrington – d.1903, 53y, Accrington) Mason’s / Iron Works Lab
    |               |      m1?(1875, Accrington) Mary McNULTY (b.ab1851 – d.1880, 29y, Accrington)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |-? Lucy PIDGEON (b.1878 – d.1879, 1y, Accrington)
    |               |       :
    |               |      m2.(1881, Accrington) Mary Elizabeth HOLT (b.ab.1845, Bury – d.1882, 37y, Accrington)
    |               |       :    1881:  at 15 Church Street, Accrington – Frederick (wid) & Mary E
    |               |       :
    |               |      m3.(1883, Blackburn) Mary PAGE (b.ab.1857 – d.1899, 42y, Accrington)
    |               |       |    1891:  at 10 Mary Ann St, Accrington – Frederick & Mary;  Mary A(4)
    |               |       |    1901:  at 10 Mary Ann St, Accrington – Frederick;  Mary Ann(16)
    |               |       |
    |               |      └  Mary Ann PIDGEON (b.ab.1885, Accrington – d.) Cotton Weaver
    |               |              m.(1907, Haslingdon) Hughen RILEY (b.1885, Accrington – d.) Joiner
    |               |               |    1911:  at 11 Hood St, Accrington – Hughen & Mary Ann;  Hughen, Annie
    |               |               |                                                                                                 + James (bro), Sarah (sis)
    |               |               |– Hughen RILEY (b.1908, Accrington – d.)
    |               |              └  Annie RILEY (b.1910, Accrington – d.)
    |               |
    |               |– Christiana PIDGEON (b.1852, Accrington – d.1926, 74y, Salford) Waitress Domestic Servant
    |               |       :    1871:  at Langcliffe Pl, Langcliffe, Yorks – Christiana (servant to Hector CHRISTIE & family)
    |               |       :    1881:  at Greenfield House, Haslingden, Lancs – Christiana (servant to John        
    |               |       :                                                                                          WARBURTON, cotton manufacturer)
    |               |       :               at 50 George St, Whitehaven, Cumb – Thomas I & Edith M;  Edith T(5), Minnie F(3)
    |               |       :                                                                                              + Mary A (sister,17) FREESTONE 
    |               |       :                                                                                        [Edith Matilda d.1884, 29y, Prestwich]
    |               |       :
    |               |      m.(30/4/1885, Accrington) Thomas Ivison FREESTONE (wid) (b.1855, Sheffield, Yorks –
    |               |                                                                                                 d.12/12/1923, 68y, Dublin) Watchmaker
    |               |            1891:  at 153 Brunswick St, Manchester – Christiana (boarder with Elizabeth RAWCLIFFE)
    |               |                       at 188 Brunswick St, Manchester – Thomas I;  Edith P(15), Minnie F(13), Annie B(7)
    |               |            1892:  at Manchester Assizes – Thomas jailed (15 years) for Rape of his daughters
    |               |            1901:  at 9 Captain Fold, Rawtenstall, Lancs – Christiana FREESTONE (mar, with sister Mary
    |               |                       at Parkhurst Prison, I Wight – Thomas Ivison FREESTONE (mar, convict)       & family)
    |               |            1911:  at Halton Bank, Glebelands Road, Prestwich - Christiana (mar 6y, domestic servant to
    |               |                                                                                                                        Jane BAILEY & family)
    |               |                       at 146 Rawson Rd, Seaforth, Liverpool – Thomas & Maggie FREESTONE (mar 4y)
    |               |                                                     [Thomas bigamously m.(11/2/1907, Seaforth, Lancs) Maggie TART]
    |               |– Lucy Ann PIDGEON (b.1855, Accrington – d.1855, 0y, Accrington)
    |               |
    |               |– Lucy PIDGEON (b.1858, Accrington – d.1894, 35y, Accrington) Dom. servant
    |               |            1891: at Portland St, Southport – Lucy (with brother John & family)
    |               |
    |              └ Mary PIDGEON (b.1860, Accrington – d.)
    |                       :    1881:  at Hyndburn Hall, Accrington – Mary (housemaid to Thomas BRIGGS)
    |                      m.(26/8/1890, Accrington) James Leonard WORRALL (b.ab.1861, Litteshall, Salop – ) Coachman
    |                       |    1891:  at 20 Percy St, Accrington – James L & Mary (visitors to Caroline WAREING & family)
    |                       |    1901:  at 9 Captain Fold, Rawtenstall, Lancs – Mary & James;  Gertrude, Charles + Christiana
    |                       |                                                                                                        FREESTONE (sister-in-law)
    |                       |    1911:  at Long Knowle Cottages, Hilton Lane, Prestwich – James & Mary;  Gertrude, Charles
    |                       |                                                                                                 [2/3 ch alive]
    |                       |– Gertrude Caroline M WORRALL (b.1892, Rawtenstall – d.)
    |                       |– Joseph WORRALL (b.1894, Rawtenstall – d.1894, 0y, Rawtenstall)
    |                      └  Charles Benjamin WORRALL (b.1898, Rawtenstall – d.)
    |
    |– Elizabeth PIDGIN (bp.11/10/1761, Kingham – d.)
    |     (+) William SPACKMAN (bp. – bu.9/10/1791, Adlestrop)
    |       |
    |       |– Lucy PIGEON (bp.17/3/1792, Adlestrop – d.)
    |       :
    |      m.(17/4/1797, Kingham) John ANDREWS (bp. – d.)
    |       |
    |      └  Susannah ANDREWS (b.1800, Kingham – d.)
    |              m.() James NICHOLLS (b.1800, Merton, Oxon – d.)
    |               |
    |               |– Sarah NICHOLLS (bp.6/7/1823, Merton – d.)
    |               |– Mary NICHOLLS (bp.25/12/1825, Merton – d.)
    |               |– Edward NICHOLLS (bp.6/4/1828, Merton – bu.25/9/1922) Agricultural Labourer
    |               |      m.(8/9/1853, Merton) Fanny MASSEY (b.ab.1833, Arncott, Oxon – d.)
    |               |
    |               |– James NICHOLLS (bp.17/4/1831, Merton – d.)
    |               |– Elizabeth NICHOLLS (bp.22/5/1831, Merton – d.)
    |               |– Johnathan NICHOLLS (bp.1/6/1834, Merton – d.)
    |               |– Richard NICHOLLS (bp.18/3/1838, Merton – d.)
    |               |– Henry NICHOLLS (bp.21/2/1841, Merton – d.)
    |              └  William NICHOLLS (bp.27/9/1842, Merton – d.)
    |
    |– Mary PIDGIN (bp.1/7/1764, Kingham – d.)
    |
    |– John PIDGIN (bp.12/3/1766, Kingham – bu.20,/3/1766, 7d, Kingham)
    |
    |– Sally (Sarah?) PIDGEON (bp.8/2/1767, Kingham – d.)
    |     (+)? Edward GYLETT
    |       |
    |      └  John PIDGEON (bp.8/1/1792, Kingham – d.)
    |
    |– John PIDGIN (bp.9/4/1769, Kingham – d.25/12/1844, 75y, Kingham) Labourer
    |      m1.(13/10/1791, Adlestrop) Ann JEFFS (b.ab.1769 – d.14/1/1798, 28y, Oddington, Glos)
    |      m2.(7/6/1800, Kingham) Sarah STANBRIDGE (b.ab.1768 – bu.15/5/1839, 70y, Kingham)
    |       |    1841:  at Kingham – John, Jane (sister?)
    |       |
    |       |– Mary PIDGIN (bp.18/4/1802, Kingham – d.)
    |       |
    |       |– Eliza PIDGEON (b.4/8/1804, bp.7/7/1805, Kingham. – bu.23/11/1868)
    |       |      m.(21/6/1828, Kingham) William KEEN (b.7/7/1804, Kingham – d.) Stone Mason
    |       |       |    1841:  at Kingham – William & Eliza;  Annabella, Mark, Nathan, Lot, David, Philip
    |       |       |    1851:  at Kingham – William & Eliza;  Mark, Nathan, Lot, David, Philip, George
    |       |       |    1861:  at Kingham – William & Eliza;  Nathan, Lot, Philip, George
    |       |       |
    |       |       |– Annabella KEEN (b.11/1828, Kingham – d.)
    |       |       |– Mark KEEN (b. 13/2/1831, Kingham – d.) Ag Lab
    |       |       |– Nathan KEEN (b.1833, Kingham – d.) Stone Mason
    |       |       |– Lot KEEN (b.17/4/1836, Kingham – d.) Stone Mason
    |       |       |– David KEEN (b.5/1838, Kingham – d.) Ag Lab
    |       |       |– Phillip KEEN (b.5/1841, Kingham – d.) Stone Mason
    |       |      └  George KEEN (b.1844, Kingham – d.) Stone Mason
    |       |
    |      └  Philip PIDGEON (bp.25/9/1808, Kingham – d.1866, 56y, Winchester) Labourer
    |               :    Discharged from the 52nd Foot Regiment, age 44 (about 1852/3)
    |              m. (3/8/1854, Kingsclere) Charlotte SMITH (née EATWELL) (b.3/5/1829, Ashmansworth, Hants –
    |               |                                         (+) ? ?                                                d.14/5/1910, 81y, Bracknell, Berks)
    |               |                                          └  Eli SMITH (b.12/6/1854, Ashmansworth, Hants – )
    |               |                                               (possibly adopted by Charlotte, aka Eli PIDGEON – see below)
    |               |
    |               |    1861:  at Overton, Hants – Philip & Charlotte;  Eli, George, Francis, Eliz.E
    |               |    1871:  at Winchester St, Overton – Charlotte (wid, laundress);  Eli, Frank, Elizabeth, Emley
    |               |    1881:  at 3 Eliz Ter, Linda St, Battersea, Sur – Charlotte (wid);  George (son)
    |               |    1891:  at 134 Graham Rd, Wimbledon– Charlotte (sick nurse, lodger with William SLOVER,
    |               |                                                                                                                      Railway Clerk & family)
    |               |    1901:  at Martin’s Heron Lodge, Winkfield, Berks – Charlott (sis-law of William EVANS, gardener)
    |               |
    |               |(-) Eli PIDGEON (b.12/6/1854, Ashmansworth, Hants – d.1911, 56y, Wimbledon) Railway ticket collector
    |               |       :    (adopted, son of Charlotte – see above)                                                                      
    |               |      m.(1877, Wimbledon) Annie MILES (b.ab.1851, Petworth, Susx – d.1917, 67y, Wimbledon)
    |               |       |    1881:  at 8 Bertram Cotts, Gladstone Rd, Wimbledon – Eli & Annie;  Gertrude A, Ernest W
    |               |       |    1891:  at 8 Bertram Cottages, Wimbledon – Eli & Annie;  Gertrude, Ernest, Albert, Lillian
    |               |       |    1901:  at 8 Bertram Cotts, Hartfield Rd, Wimbledon – Annie;  Albert E, Lillian C
    |               |       |    1911:  at 8 Bertram Cottages, Wimbledon – Annie (mar);  Lillian Charlotte, Albert Ernest
    |               |       |                                                                         [4/4 ch alive]
    |               |       |– Gertrude Annie PIDGEON (b.1878, Wimbledon – d.21/11/1959, Qld, Aus)
    |               |       |      m.(1896, Wimbledon) Edward Raphael FITZGERALD (b.ab.1866, Molesley, Sur –
    |               |       |       |                                                                 d.3/1/1940, Qld, Aus) Commercial Clerk, Farmer
    |               |       |       |    1901:  at 26 Bronson Rd, Bushey Mead, Merton – Edward R & Gertrude A;  Annie G,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                             Edward C, Mary G
    |               |       |       |    1911:  at 6 King’s Ave, Greenford, nr Southall, Midx – Edward & Gertrude;  Annie, Edward,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                  [6/6 ch alive]       Gwendoline, Leslie,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                  William, Mickey
    |               |       |       |    1913, Jan 17 – Emigrated to Brisbane, Australia on SS Otranto – Edward & Mrs; 
    |               |       |       |                                                          Edward, Leslie W, Annie, Mary, William, Michael
    |               |       |       |    1919: – at Ernest St, Coorparoo, Qld – Ernest Raphael (farmer) & Gertrude.
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Annie Georgina FITZGERALD (b.1896, Wimbledon – d.)
    |               |       |       |– Edward Charles FITZGERALD (b.1898, Wimbledon – d.)
    |               |       |       |– Mary Gwendoline FITZGERALD (b.1900, Wimbledon – d.)
    |               |       |       |– Leslie William FITZGERALD (b.1903, Wimbledon – d.)
    |               |       |       |– William Henry FITZGERALD (b.1906, Greenford – d.)
    |               |       |      └  Michael Angelo FITZGERALD (b.1908, Greenford – d.)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Ernest William PIDGEON (b.1879/80, Wimbledon – d.) Solicitor’s Clerk/Manager
    |               |       |      m.(1900, Wimbledon) Ethel Mary CHILDS (b.12/6/1878, Wimbledon – d.13/7/1967,
    |               |       |       |    1901:  at 15 Crooked Billet, N Wimbledon – Ernest William & Ethel Mary (with Ethel’s
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                parents & family)
    |               |       |       |    1911:  at 48 Richnond Avenue, Merton – Ernest William & Ethel Mary;  Ethel Mary Louise
    |               |       |       |                                              Desmond, Reginald Wilfred Desmond, Frank Molineux Herbert 
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                       [3/3 ch alive]
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Ethel Mary Louise Desmond PIDGEON (b.9/2/1900, Wimbledon – d.21/5/1974, 74y,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                       Wandsworth)
    |               |       |       |– Reginald Wilfred Desmond PIDGEON (b.11/12/1901, Wimbledon – d.24/3/1986, 84,
    |               |       |       |       :                                                                                                                     B’ham) 
    |               |       |       |      m.(12/1926, B’ham N) Amy Christina HINKS (b.12/8/1898, Aston – d.21/7/1988, 89y, 
    |               |       |       |       |                                                                                                                      B’ham)
    |               |       |       |       |– Gordon Desmond PIDGEON (b.5/1931, B’ham – d.19/9/2016, 85y, Erdington)
    |               |       |       |       |      m.(1960, Stourbridge) Barbara Mary PLUMMER (b.13/1/1935, Smethwick -
    |               |       |       |       |       |                                                                                     d.11/2000, 65y, B’ham)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Frank Edward Molyneux Herbert PIDGEON (b.5/8/1905, Marylebone – d.24/1/1983, 77y,
    |               |       |       |       :                                                                                                            Cheltenham)
    |               |       |       |      m1.(1926, Wimbledon) Frances Eva WEST (b.19/1/1905, Wimbledon – d.1991, 86y,        
    |               |       |       |       |                                                                                                                      Thanet)
    |               |       |       |       |– Alma Margaret PIDGEON (b.14/4/1931, Kingston d.5/12/1995, 64y, Margate,  Kent)
    |               |       |       |       :      m.(9/3/1957, Cliftonville, Kent) Kenneth HOCKHAM (b. – d.)                         
    |               |       |       |       :
    |               |       |       |      m2.(15/8/1953, Birmingham) Marie WREN (b.21/2/1922, Birmingham – d.2/10/2000, 78y,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                       Cheltenham)
    |               |       |      └  Robert William PIDGEON (b.10/11/1912, Marylebone – d.10/10/1990, 77y, Bexhill, Ssx)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Albert Edward PIDGEON (b.1881, Wimbledon – d.1948, 66y, Surrey NW) Machine Driller
    |               |       |      m.(1915, Kingston)Clara JOHNSON (b. – d.)
    |               |       |
    |               |      └  Lillie Charlotte PIDGEON (b.1886, Wimbledon – d.) Shop Assistant
    |               |
    |               |– George PIDGEON (b.1856, Oakley, Hants – d.13/8/1940, 84y, Bideford, Devon) Railway Guard
    |               |      m.(1882, Wandsworth) Maria PALMER (b.1858, Norwich, Nor – d.1914, 55y, Brentford)
    |               |       |    1891:  at 42 Talbot Rd, Twickenham, Sur – George & Maria;  Florence, Edith, Ralph
    |               |       |                                                                                               + Maria PALMER (mother-in-law)
    |               |       |    1901:  at 2 Sophia Cottages, Talbot Rd, Twickenham – George & Maria;  Edith, Ralph, Lydia
    |               |       |    1911:  at 41 Grove Avenue, Twickenham – George & Maria;  Ralph George, Lydia May [4/6]
    |               |       |    1940:  at Overton, West View Ave, Old Barnstaple Rd, Bideford – George died
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Rose Anna PIDGEON (b.6/12/1882, Battersea – d.1884, 1y, Wandsworth)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Florence Emily PIDGEON (b.23/121884, Battersea – d.1952, 67y, Bideford)
    |               |       |      m.(1910, Twickenham) Edgar Charles WHITE (b.1881, Twickenham – d.) Stationmaster
    |               |       |       |    1911:  at 20 Grove Avenue, Twickenham – Edgar Charles & Florence Emily   [0 ch]
    |               |       |       |    1940:  at Overton, West View Ave, Old Barnstaple Rd, Bideford – Mr & Mrs E C WHITE
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– John L WHITE (b.1911, Twickenham – d.1965, 53y, Woolwich) Railway Clerk
    |               |       |       |      m(1941, Dartford)Mary E HILL (b. – d.)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Alan F G WHITE (b.1912, Twickenham – d.1914, 1y, Twickenham)
    |               |       |      └  Robert E WHITE (b.1915, Twickenham – d.1992) Art Master
    |               |       |              m.(1940, Surrey SW) Muriel BUDDEN b. – d.)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Alice Mary PIDGEON (b.2/3/1887, Battersea – d.1887, 0y, Wandsworth)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Edith Mary PIDGEON (b.28/7/1888, Twickenham – d.1971, 82y, Sutton)
    |               |       |      m.(1910, Marylebone) Felix Titus SANGORSKI (b.1872, Bloomsbury – d.)
    |               |       |       |    1911:  at 63 Fabian Rd, Fulham – Felix & Edith    [0 ch]
    |               |       |       |    This SANGORSKI family changed their surname to FELIX in 1924
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Francis George SANGORSKI / FELIX (b.3/12/1912, Fulham – d.1/2004, 91y, Carlisle)
    |               |       |       |      m.(1936, Croydon)Alice BOLTON (b.9/9/1911, Leeds – d.8/1991, 79y, Carlisle)
    |               |       |       |       |
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– George SANGORSKI (b.1914, Fulham – d.1914, 0y, Fulham)
    |               |       |       ||
    |               |       |       |[twins]
    |               |       |       ||
    |               |       |       |– Ralph SANGORSKI (b.1914, Fulham – d.1914, 0y, Fulham)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |      └  Leonard F SANGORSKI / FELIX (b.20/121917, Fulham – d.1/1989, 71y, Enfield)
    |               |       |              m.(1945, Edmonton) Anne CAVILLE (b.17/4/1922 – d.2/1987, 64y, Sutton)
    |               |       |               |
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Ralph George PIDGEON (b.1890, Twickenham – d.4/4/1918, Somme, France) E Surrey Regt
    |               |       |      m.(1915, Kingston) Jane Elizabeth (Edith) RAY (b.24/8/1893 – d.6/1987, 93y, I Wight)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |      └  William Roy PIDGEON (b.5/3/1917, Croydon – d.1977, 60y, Portsmouth)
    |               |       |               :    1918: at 12 Claremont Avenue, New Malden, Surrey
    |               |       |
    |               |      └  Lydia May PIDGEON (b.1/4/1893, Twickenham – d.1/1987, 93y, Lichfield)
    |               |              m.(1922, Brentford) Henry N THOMAS (b. – d.)
    |               |               |
    |               |
    |               |– Francis PIDGEON (b.1858, East Oakley, Hants – d.) Army Major
    |               |
    |               |– Elizabeth Ellen PIDGEON (b.1861, Overton, Hants – k.8/8/1930, 69y, Hartford Bridge, Surrey in car
    |               |       :                                                                                                                                  accident)
    |               |       :    1881:  at 43 Oxford Terr, Paddington, London – Elizabeth (servt to Eliza HUBBERT & family)
    |               |      m.(22/5/1886, Whitchurch, Hants) Tom READINGS (bp.31/6/1863, Overton – d.1954, 91y,
    |               |       |                                                                                                  Surrey NW) Builder’s Foreman
    |               |       |    1891:  at 10 Haviland Rd, Overton, Sur – Tom & Elizabeth W;  Emily, Robert P  + Edmund
    |               |       |                                                                                                                        PURDUE (cousin)
    |               |       |    1901:  at Bridge Farm, Farnham, Sur – Tom & Elizabeth;  Emily, Robert P, George, Tom
    |               |       |    1911:  at 19 Cheltenham Rd, Southend, Esx – Tom & Elizabeth Ellen;    Robert Purdue, George,
    |               |       |                                                                                                                                          Tom
    |               |       |– Emily READINGS (b.1887, Bournemouth – d.)
    |               |       |      m.(1914, Edmonton)Alfred E STEER (b. – d.)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Arthur STEER (b.8/11/1914, Guildford – d.1/1996, 81y, Surrey SW)
    |               |       |       |– Chris STEER (b.21/12/1919, Guildford – d.2/1992, 72y, Surrey SW)
    |               |       |       |– Marie STEER (b.5/7/1925, Guildford – d.2/2001, 75y, Surrey N)
    |               |       |       |      m.(1946, Surrey NW) Ronald W HARVEY (b. – d.)
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– Robert Purdue READINGS (b.1889, Bournemouth. – d.25/1/1944, 54y, Woking) Bricklayer
    |               |       |      m.(1918, Hartley W, Hants)Mildred Daisy PHILLIPS (b.1890, Hartley W – d.1944, 54y,
    |               |       |       |                                                                                                                        Surrey NW)
    |               |       |                                   Carol KERSHAW
    |               |       |
    |               |       |– George READINGS (b.5/10/1892, Bournemouth – d.9/4/1981, 88y, Cheltenham)
    |               |       |      m.(1919, Hambledon)Delia TIDY (b.16/41896, Hambledon – d.7/1986, 90y, Cheltenham)
    |               |       |       |    1956-57:  George was Mayor of Cheltenham
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |       |– Jack READINGS (b.19/2/1920, Hambledon – d.5/2002, 82y, Cheltenham)
    |               |       |       |      m1.(1946, Brentford) Joan PEEKS (b.1923, Wakefield – d.1959, 36y, Hammersmith)
    |               |       |       |
    |               |       |      └  James Michael (Jim) READINGS (b.15/11/1922, Cranleigh, Sur – d.22/5/2014, 91y,
    |               |       |               :                                                                                                     Prestbury, Gloucs)
    |               |       |              m1.(1948, Cheltenham) Joan Eva G ADAMS (b.27/5/1924, London – d.1980, 56y,
    |               |       |               |                                                                                                              Cheltenham)
    |               |       |
    |               |      └  Tom READINGS (b.10/1/1896, Parkstone, Poole, Dor – d.1981, 85y, Portsmouth)
    |               |              m.(1920, Guilford)Agnes MANNING (b.22/5/1895, Oxford – d.1980, 85y, Surrey NW)
    |               |               |
    |               |               |– Donovan READINGS (b.22/11/1920, Guildford – d.1982, 62y, Surrey SW)   } Twins
    |               |               |– Nelson READINGS (b.22/11/1920, Guildford – d.3/1999, 78y, Surrey W)      }
    |               |               |– Tom READINGS (b.1/10/1922, Chertsey – d.6/1999, 76y, Hampshire SE)
    |               |               |–
    |               |                                        Lewis COMBSTOCK
    |               |
    |              └  Emily Mary PIDGEON (b.1864, Overton, Hants – d.)
    |                       m.(1889, Rugby) Mark BASKOTT (b.1859, Marton, Warwicks – d.) Stores Manager
    |                        |    1901:  at Eathorpe, Warwicks – Mark & Emily;  Frank, Eva
    |                        |
    |                        |– Frank Henry BASKOTT (b.1892, Garston, Lancs – d.)
    |                       └  Eva Irene BASKOTT (b.1894, Garston, Lancs – d.)
    |
    |– Ann PIDGIN (bp.10/3/1771, Kingham – d.)
    |
    |– Jane PIDGIN (bp.2/4/1773, Kingham – bu.12/11/1843, 73y, Kingham)
    |            1841:  at Kingham – John (brother?), Jane
    |
   └  Lucy PIDGIN (bp.1/1/1775, Kingham – d.)
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