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Re: William (Bill) Griffin Immigrated from Ireland
Posted by: jamm (ID *****9934) Date: October 17, 2009 at 05:38:08
In Reply to: William (Bill) Griffin Immigrated from Ireland by carol carroll of 331

I am not related, but here's some information that might help::

1953 Middletown City Directory
William J. & wife Margaret A. Griffin, Wall St.
William J. jr & wife Ruth, Wall St.
(note:: William's WW1 Draft Reg Card stated he lived on Court St and I found them at the same address in 1924 Directory to get the correct William, so I know this is the right man)

1963 Middletown City Directory
Margaret A. Griffin, widow of William
Ruth S. Griffin, widow of William jr
William J. Griffin jr, student
(all living at Wall St)

Connecticut Death Index::

William J. Griffin died Nov 15, 1955, age 66 in Hartford, Ct. He was married to Margaret and lived in Middletown, Ct.

William J. Griffin died Sept 29, 1960, age 44, born about 1916. He lived and died in Middletown and was married to Ruth.

You can contact the Town Clerk in the cities that they died to get a copy of their death record. William J. jr was the only child I found for William & Margaret.


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