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Re:identity of Capt. Thomas Wiggin's wife: Wife Catherine and each child was willed 5 pounds by her brother, Mr. William Whiting. Will, of Squamscott, aged 16 Jun 1664 (proved 1666). Also, from "English Origins of New England Families (Arthur Adams) v.3, p.767, pub 1985 by NEHGR: "Bishop of London marriage licenses 11 Jun 1633. Peter Lowe of St. Mathews, Fish Street, yeoman allegation: Thomas Wiggins of the same place, gentleman and a widower, aged about 41 years, and Catherine Whiting of the sameparish, spinster, aged about 32 years, to be married at St. Margaret New Fish Street.--Peter Lowe."