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'''Robert "Bob" Piggott''' was the son of [[Fred Piggott|Fred]] and [[Emma Piggott]] and moved into [[13 Coronation Street]] in [[1902]]. Vic and his brother [[Bob Piggott|Bob]] signed up with the [[Lancashire Fusiliers]] in [[1915]]. Some months later, the Piggotts received news that both of their sons had been killed when a bomb hit their dugout on the Somme.
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'''Robert "Bob" Piggott''' was the son of [[Fred Piggott|Fred]] and [[Emma Piggott]] and moved into [[13 Coronation Street]] in [[1902]]. Bob and his twin brother [[Vic Piggott|Vic]] signed up with the [[Lancashire Fusiliers]] in [[1915]]. Some months later, the Piggotts received news that both of their sons had been killed when a bomb hit their dugout on the Somme.
   
:''Bob first appeared in [[Daran Little]] and [[Bill Hill]]'s "[[Weatherfield Life]]", published in [[1992]]. Other information is derived from Little's follow-up book, "[[Around the Coronation Street Houses]]".
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:''Bob first appeared in [[Daran Little]] and [[Bill Hill]]'s "[[Weatherfield Life]]", published in [[1992]]. Other information is derived from Little's follow-up book, "[[Around the Coronation Street Houses]]".''
   
 
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Latest revision as of 22:14, August 19, 2014


Robert "Bob" Piggott was the son of Fred and Emma Piggott and moved into 13 Coronation Street in 1902. Bob and his twin brother Vic signed up with the Lancashire Fusiliers in 1915. Some months later, the Piggotts received news that both of their sons had been killed when a bomb hit their dugout on the Somme.

Bob first appeared in Daran Little and Bill Hill's "Weatherfield Life", published in 1992. Other information is derived from Little's follow-up book, "Around the Coronation Street Houses".
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