Origin of wigan
Definition for wigan (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for wigan
Here, according to rude legends, "the River Duglas ran with blood to Wigan three days."
By the way, Wigan, wasn't it foggy on the night of Portman's disappearance?
Ince-hall, the subject of our view, stands about a mile from Wigan, on the left hand of the high road to Bolton.
Pursued by a party of horse, the earl dashed into Wigan, and turned into a narrow street.Boscobel: or, the royal oak|William Harrison Ainsworth
We have been useful to each other, Wigan, because our methods are different.