In memory of Thomas Griffith, my Maternal 4th Great-Grandfather on the DICKINSON branch.

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Thomas Griffith

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Birth:

1797 (est.)

[Unknown]

Marriage:

1837 or earlier

[Unknown]

Death:

Burial:

[Unknown]

[Unknown]

[Unknown]

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Mother:

Biography

Thomas Griffith was born abt. 1797 in England and married a woman whose name has not been positively confirmed. On Thomas’ daughter, Emma’s, death certificate, her mother’s name was given as Martha, however many other researchers give his wife’s name as Phoebe Kimberly (or Kimberley). 

Children

Thomas Griffith & Phebe Kimberly were the parents of my ancestor,

Records, photos, and memorabilia pertaining to the life of Thomas Griffith:
Griffith family of Wales

Griffith family of Wales

Thomas Griffith on the 1841 UK Census

Thomas Griffith on the 1841 UK Census

Thomas Griffith portrait

Thomas Griffith portrait

Thomas Griffith's wife

Thomas Griffith's wife

Thomas Peak in Muchelney

Thomas Peak in Muchelney

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