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Piguenit family further papers, 1803-1994

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Piguenit family further papers, 1803-1994

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MLMSS 8644/Box 1 , MLMSS 8644/Box 2X

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nZNmxq7n

Piguenit family further papers, 1803-1994

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Piguenit family further papers, 1803-1994

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Piguenit family further papers, 1803-1994

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Date

1803-1994

Call Numbers

MLMSS 8644/Box 1 , MLMSS 8644/Box 2X

Record Identifier

nZNmxq7n
Physical Description

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0.70 metres of textual material and some folders containing photographs (1 box and 1 outsize box)

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Fonds

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Contents

BOX 1
Folder 1
Correspondence relating to Piguenit family history, no date
Photographs of Fredrick Le Geyt Piguenit, 1880; Agnes Louise Randell, nee Piguenit, no date; and Vite (dog), Apr. 1922
Correspondence between the Australian National Gallery and Mrs R.D. Fitzgerald regarding the sale and title of W.C. Piguenit's "Mangroves, Upper...

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Piguenit family further papers, 1803-1994

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Information upgraded as part of the Manuscripts Unprocessed eRecords Project 2012-2013

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Mrs R.M. Tidswell

Administrative / Biographical history

William Charles Piguenit (1836-1914) was one of the five children of Frederick Le Geyt Piguenit (d.1886), of Huguenot stock and his wife Mary Ann nee Igglesden. Frederick had arrived at Hobart in the Royal George on 8 October 1830 after being sentenced to transportation for fourteen years for receiving government stores. He received a free pardon in 1842.

William, his surviving siblings, Agnes Louise, Emma Mary (b.1842) and Harriet with his parents all moved to Sydney, New South Wales between 1875 and early 1880s. His Brother Augustus had died in 1859 in Hobart.

References:
1. Compiled from the collection
2. Australian Dictionary of Biography Online.
http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/piguenit-william-charles-4400
(accessed August, 2012)...

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MLMSS 8644/Box 1 , MLMSS 8644/Box 2X

Record Identifier

nZNmxq7n

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79196

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