From p. 42-43, pt. 2, Landmarks of Oswego Co., NY-
Piguet, Frank was born in Cicero in July 1857, son of John Peter Piguet, a native of France, born in 1818, one of 8 children of Xavier and Frances Piguet of the same place, who came to the US in 1828 direct to Hastings [NY] and settled on a farm. John P., the father of subject has always been a farmer and now resides in Mallory with his daughter. His wife was Mary Ann Mohat and their children are Mrs. Mary Ann Courbat of Mallory; Mrs. Adaline Hepp of Cicero; Frank [i.e. Francis] of Syracuse; Mrs. Elizabeth Maurer of Long Branch; George and Anthony of Mallory; Mrs. Margaret Robinson of West Monroe; Mrs. Jane Kramer of Syracuse;John of Mallory; Mathew and our subject. The latter began life for himself at the age of 21 as a farmer in Cicero. In 1887 he moved to West Monroe where he has since been engaged in farming. In 1893 in connection with farming he engaged in the manufacture of shingles and barrel headings. He has served as commissioner of highways 2 terms and other minor offices. In 1880 he married Elizabeth Pattit of Little France and they have 2 children, Florence L. and Alfred L. Mr. Piguet is a member of Little France cornet band, and he and wife are members of the Grange.