Pigou

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Note: The surname Pigou forms part of the terms Pigou Club and Pigouvian tax, both derived from the name of the English economist Arthur Cecil Pigou.wikipedia
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Dartford

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He was also co-owner of the gunpowder factory at Dartford, Kent.
In 1785, John Hall, a millwright set up a workshop in Lowfield Street and began to make engines, boilers and machinery (some of it for the local gunpowder factory run by Miles Peter Andrews and the Pigou family), marking the foundation of J & E Hall, an engineering firm specialising in heavy engineering, and later refrigerating equipment, and, for 20 years from 1906, vehicle production, plus lifts and escalators.

Hugo Meynell-Ingram

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Georgina Pigou, mother of English MP Hugo Francis Meynell Ingram (1822-1871)
Meynell-Ingram was the son of Hugo Meynell and his wife Georgina Pigou.

Miles Peter Andrews

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Catherine Pigou, mother of English playwright and MP Miles Peter Andrews ( -1814)
With his uncle Frederick Pigou, a director of the British East India Company, Andrews became the owner of an extensive gunpowder factory at Hawley Mills on the River Darent at Dartford, Kent.

Henry Harford

Louisa Pigou, married Henry Harford (1758-1834), last proprietor of Maryland
In 1792, Harford married Louisa Pigou, who was a granddaughter of Frederick Pigou, director of the British East India Company.

Elfrida Pigou

Elfrida Pigou (1911-1960), Canadian mountaineer
Pigou

Pigou Club

Note: The surname Pigou forms part of the terms Pigou Club and Pigouvian tax, both derived from the name of the English economist Arthur Cecil Pigou.

Pigovian tax

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Note: The surname Pigou forms part of the terms Pigou Club and Pigouvian tax, both derived from the name of the English economist Arthur Cecil Pigou.

Arthur Cecil Pigou

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Note: The surname Pigou forms part of the terms Pigou Club and Pigouvian tax, both derived from the name of the English economist Arthur Cecil Pigou.

Huguenots

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Pigou is an English surname of Hugenot derivation.

The Gentleman's Magazine

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The Gentleman’s Magazine (January 1792) reprinted the letter of Captain Peter Pigou (1732-1783) describing his adventures in conveying a huge hydraulic organ from Madras to Aurengabad, for a speculative sale to the Nizam.

Chennai

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The Gentleman’s Magazine (January 1792) reprinted the letter of Captain Peter Pigou (1732-1783) describing his adventures in conveying a huge hydraulic organ from Madras to Aurengabad, for a speculative sale to the Nizam.

East India Company

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Thomas Pigou (1765-1796), the son of Peter Pigou was an officer in the British East India Company and a close friend of Francis Light.

Francis Light

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Thomas Pigou (1765-1796), the son of Peter Pigou was an officer in the British East India Company and a close friend of Francis Light.

Penang

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He succeeded Light as governor of Penang.

Gunpowder

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He was also co-owner of the gunpowder factory at Dartford, Kent.

Australia

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Many have emigrated to Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Marlborough Region

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The Pigou vineyards are near Marlborough, New Zealand.

Francis Pigou

Dean Francis Pigou
Francis Pigou (1832-1916), dean of Bristol

Maryland

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Louisa Pigou, married Henry Harford (1758-1834), last proprietor of Maryland

Alfred Inglis

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Nina Pigou, wife of Alfred Inglis and mother in law of Air Marshal Victor Goddard (1897-1987)

Victor Goddard

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Nina Pigou, wife of Alfred Inglis and mother in law of Air Marshal Victor Goddard (1897-1987)

Marika Sherwood

with Kathy Chater), "The Pigou Family Across Three Continents", Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, 28/3, 2005.

Public expenditure

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Dalton called this principle as “Maximum Social Advantage” and Pigou termed it as “Maximum Aggregate Welfare”.

Charles Wilsonn

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One of his fellow directors was Miles Peter Andrews, with whom he was connected through the Pigou family.