B. 1781, D. after 1850,
of Wolfeborough, Shelburne & Gorham, NH
"Benjamin A. Griffin in 1829, did 6 days of work on Shelburne Addition Roads" --D.B. Wight in the Androscoggin River Valley (1967), a book recommended by Franz Martin.
Husband of Susannah Lary
Father of Elijah [who was born in Wolfeborough], Benjamin, Anne, Mary, Daniel, Israel, Peter, John L. and Joseph C.
Nephew? of Jeremiah Griffin of Shelburne, NH, Rev. War Veteran?
Born 1781 in NH
Died after 1850 in Gorham?, NH
Married in Wolfeborough, NH in 1801
Moved from Wolfborough, NH to Shelburne, NH to Shelburne Addition (which became Gorham), NH before 1828; in 1828 Benj. Griffin, according to Wight's book, worked 4 days on Shelburne Addition Roads and 4 days on building the bridge over the Peabody River (he was paid 67 cents a day). In 1836 Benjamin Griffin was a Gorham tax-payer. In the 1840 Census of Gorham there were four males and one female in Benjamin's household. In 1850 Census, Whitefield, NH; Benjamin Griffin, laborer, born NH, was living with Mary Griffin Gordon and James Gordon (evidently widowed).
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