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- George Griffin (1796-1819), son of Daniel and Sarah, unmarried?, Camberwell, Surrey.
- William Griffin (1755-1839), son of William and Mary, wife Elizabeth Edge, Cooper & Citizen of the City of London, Captain Cook’s third voyage, and St Sepulchre, City of London. Possibly apprenticed to John Flexman of Tring, 1769.
Dissenting ministers, preachers etc
- Harriet Ann Griffin (1816-1907), daughter of Daniel and Sarah, second husband Opie Rodway was a Baptist preacher based in Stroud, Gloucstershire (also a linen draper)
- Harriet’s father-in-law, Rev Joseph Rodway of Bradford, Wiltshire, was a Baptist minister.
- John Henry Nunn (1862-1936), grandson of Elizabeth Griffin and David Nunn, was the choir master of Hackney Wick’s Wesleyan choir. His future wife sang in the choir, and that was how they met.
- Albert Henry Nunn (1912-2000), great-grandson of Elizabeth Griffin and David Nunn, was a Methodist lay preacher in the 1930s-1960s on the Southend circuit, Essex, and in the 1990s was a lay preacher at Wivenhoe Congregational (formerly Independent) church. Ebenezer Hyde lived in the same house in Hoxton as Mary (née Cleaver), widow of Thomas Griffin (1788-1860). He was born in Wivenhoe, where his father was – by very strange coincidence – the minister of the Independent Church where Thomas and Mary’s great-great-nephew would preach. One of the witnesses to Ebenezer’s marriage was William Gardner, who may be a relative of Mary’s on her mother’s side.
Drapers and associated clothing and haberdashery
- Elizabeth Griffin (1782-?), daughter of William and Elizabeth, husband James Watson, a tailoress in widowhood, Christ Church, Spitalfields, Tower Hamlets
- William Griffin (1789-1863), son of Daniel and Sarah, wife Charlotte Lainson linen draper, Colchester, Essex
- Sarah Griffin (1791-1875), daughter of Daniel and Sarah, husband John Barrell linen draper, Colchester, Essex (in partnership with William Griffin 1789-1863 until about 1829), Gloucester, and Birkenhead, Cheshire
- Sarah Griffin (1792-1865), daughter of William and Elizabeth, husband George Chorley, floor cloth manufacturer, Lambeth, Surrey
- Daniel Griffin (1793-1844), son of Daniel and Sarah, wife Rebecca Neville, reel cotton manufacturer, West Ham
- John Griffin (1798-1849), son of Daniel and Sarah, wife Ann Phillis Carr, linen draper, Camberwell
- Thomas Griffin (1803-1884), son of John and Charlotte, wife Mary Knowles, linen draper 17 Bolingbroke Row and Bradbroke Row (South London Mourning Warehouse), Walworth
- Charles Griffin (1805-1880), son of Daniel and Sarah, wife Eliza Boucher, wholesale milliner, St John Street Road, Clerkenwell
- Harriet Ann Griffin (1816-1907), daughter of Daniel and Sarah, husband Daniel Sutton Olney canvas manufacturer, Tring, Herts, and Opie Rodway, linen draper, Stroud, Gloucestershire (Opie was also a Dissenting Minister, Baptist)
- Samuel Nunn (1828-1915), Mary Ann Nunn (1832-1920), Harriet Nunn (1835-?), children of Elizabeth Griffin and David Nunn, milliners, Shoreditch in 1851. In 1861: Samuel is a “milliner commercial travel”. In 1871: Samuel is a “traveller in drapery”
Farmers and yeomen
- William Griffin (1729-1799), son of unknown, wife Mary (Markham, widow), yeoman at his marriage, farmer at his death, Drayton Beauchamp, Buckinghamshire
- John Griffin (1753-1820), son of William and Mary, wife Charlotte Foster, farmer, Chalkshire Farm, Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire
- Daniel Griffin (1757-1835), son of William and Mary, wife Sarah Fowler, yeoman, Aston Clinton, Drayton Beauchamp, Buckinghamshire, Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire
- Elizabeth Griffin (1759-1839), daughter of William and Mary, husband Robert Burnell, Quainton, Buckinghamshire
- Henry Griffin (1765-1825), son of William and Mary, married but wife’s name unknown, yeoman, Aston Clinton
- John Griffin (1786-1843), son of John and Charlotte, wives Frances and Charlotte Kingsley, farmer, Folly Farm, Long Marston, Tring, Hertfordshire
- Thomas Griffin (1794-1881), son of William and Elizabeth (born St Sepulchre), wife Martha Bigg, farmer at Aspenden, Herts, and Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks
- Daniel Griffin (1806-?), son of John and Charlotte, wife unknown, farmer, Red House, Long Marston, Tring, Buckinghamshire
- Thomas Griffin (1788-1860), son of Daniel and Sarah, first wife unknown, second wife Mary Cleaver, grocer (apprenticed 1802 to Thomas Deverell, Aylesbury – note that Daniel Sutton Olney’s mother was née Deverall) and oilman, No. 12 Upper Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square (1815-1834), No. 47 Red Lion Street, Christ Church, Spitalfields, Tower Hamlets (1840-1852)
Licensed victuallers, pub landlords etc
- Ann Griffin (1783-1819), daughter of William and Elizabeth (a cooper), husband Joseph Firth, licensed victualler, owned The Royal Oak on Henry Street, Lambeth and The George on Middle Row, Holborn
- Alexander Griffin (1788-1865), son of William and Elizabeth (a cooper), unmarried, apprenticed as a vintner 1803. By 1841 a carrier’s clerk.
Oilman & tallow chandler
- Elizabeth Griffin (1801-1847), daughter of Daniel and Sarah, husband David Nunn, St Botolph’s Aldgate, City of London, Pimlico and Shoreditch (tobacconist in 1819, change of occupation from 1820)
- Charlotte Griffin (1790-1884), daughter of William and Elizabeth, husband William Collins, tobacconist, St John’s Street Road, Holborn
- Elizabeth Griffin (1801-1847), daughter of Daniel and Sarah, husband David Nunn, tobacconist in 1819 at 22 Windmill Street, St Pancras (from 1820 oilman and tallow chandler)
- George Griffin (abt 1761-1840), son of William and Mary, wives Ann Meacher and Lydia Mead (widow, Butcher), wheelwright (apprenticed 1778 to William Goodson, Tring), Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire