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From p. 43, pt. 2 Landmarks of Oswego Co., NY-
Piguet, John was born in Cicero, Onondaga County in May 1855, son of John P. Piguet, a native of France, born in 1818, whose parents were Xavier and Frances Piguet of the same place. John P., father of our subject, resides with his daughter in Mallory. His wife was Mary Ann Mohat by whom he had 10 children [See Frank Piguet entry].
Subject remained with his parents until the age of 21, then worked on a farm 2 years, later engaged in blacksmithing in Mallory for 2 years. In 1880 he began farming for himself in Hastings [NY] and was for some years interested in the threshing of grain. He now acts as miller in a grist mill for his brother in law, Joseph Courbat in Mallory. In November 1880 he married Mary, daughter of Anthony Courbat of Hastings and their children are Clarence A. born in 1882; and Clara A. born in 1892. Mr. Piguet has served as highway commissioner and collector several terms, and he and his wife are members of the Central Square Grange.