Andrew Pettigrew (1833 - 1903)

Andrew Pettigrew (1833 - 1903)

Photograph taken about 1853

Hugh Allan & William Wallace Pettigrew (1879)

Pettigrew Boys, 1879

Hugh Allan (1871 - 1947) & William Wallace (1867 - 1947)

Pettigrew father and sons (1900)

Andrew Pettigrew & Sons

William Wallace, Hugh Allan, Andrew Alexander
Photograph taken in Cardiff, 1900.

South Georgia viewed from Annenkov Island, 1972

South Georgia

Viewed from Annenkov Island, 1972

Map of Annenkov Island, 1972

Map of Annenkov Island

As surveyed by E. Lawther & T. Pettigrew, 1972 - 1973

Camping on Annenkov Island, 1972

Camping on Annenkov Island, South Georgia

View of base camp November 1972 - April 1973

Sailing a Drascombe Lugger, Loch Ken, Scotland, May 2008.

Sailing a Drascombe Lugger

Loch Ken, Scotland 3rd May 2008.

Home built Drascombe Lugger lazarette floorboards.

Drascombe Lugger lazarette floorboards.

Home designed & built

Wood-turning Workshop

Wood-turning Workshop.

Tim in his Cave, 28th November 2015.

Walnut Platter, turned from a Walnut Tree felled at Rose Farm, Bovingdon.

Walnut Platter

Turned from a Walnut Tree felled at Rose Farm, Bovingdon, 28th March 2016.

Design for a Chainsaw Mill Jig.

Chainsaw Mill Jig

Design for mounting a Chainsaw Mill for small-scale milling of raw timber

Welcome to a Pettigrew Family Website


This web site was initiated in November 2001 and contains a series of sections reflecting family interests. Access to these is via the top menu bar.

Pettigrew Family History

As well as a Family Tree, there are family photographs and documents (mainly letters), dating back to the mid 19th century.


Wood-turning interests, techniques, jigs, equipment reviews, the conversion of a garage to create a small wood-turning workshop.

Drascombe Lugger

Describes the restoration of a family sailing boat.

Family Photographs

Photographs of recent family holidays, special occasions etc., (for perusal by family & friends).

1972-1973 Annenkov Island

Photographic record of an expedition to Annenkov Island (South Georgia) in 1972-1973 undertaken whilst employed by the British Antarctic Survey.