- Born: Abt 1856, Horncastle, Lincolnshire
- Marriage: HEATON, Ann Laver on Apr 12, 1884 in Church Of Parish Of Sheffield
- Died: Feb 26, 1932, Askham Rsi Subdistrict Turford, County Of Nottingham aged about 76
- Buried: St. Nicholas Church Yard, Askham County Of Nottinham
1. Occupation. According to his daughter's birth certificate he was a Silversmith's labourer, and on his marriage certificate he was then from 83 Worthing St. probably in Sheffield. At his death at age 76, he was called a General Labourer. This also confirms his birth date at about 1856.
On his daughter's marriage certificate he was a Gold and Silver Smelter.
2. Historical. David Piggott (b. Horncastle, Lincolnshire, 1856; d. Askham, Notts, c1933), steel warehouseman, later labourer in silverworks, then agricultural labourer, m. Ann Laver Heaton (b. Worksop, Notts, March 1854; d. Askham, Notts 1949), a felt hat trimmer, in Sheffield, 1884. In 1881 David lived at 60 Steadfast Street, Attercliffe, Sheffield, with his mother Elizabeth and sister Sarah (b. 1859). In 1891 they were living at 59 Ripon Street, Attercliffe with Ann's parents George and Sarah Heaton. In 1901 David and Ann Piggott lived at 81 Ripon Street, Attercliffe with their daughters Lily (10) and Sarah Elizabeth (16).
David married Ann Laver HEATON, daughter of William George HEATON and Sarah Elizabeth LAVER, on Apr 12, 1884 in Church Of Parish Of Sheffield. (Ann Laver HEATON was born in Mar 1854 in Worksop, Notts, died on Apr 7, 1949 in Askham County Of Nottingham and was buried in St.Nicholas Church Yard, Askham , County Of Nottingham.)