Sunday 22 May 2016 1.49pm
James Griffin owned the wharf. I'm very interested in his lineage and descendants. I see no relationship to The Ship
"Griffin" but never had given it a thought previously to just reading your message. I believe that Henry Laughton and James Griffin were both Loyalists and that Henry Laughton mar. Mary Griffin. I go back to Mercy/Marcy/Mary Griffin and most interested in anything on Griffin in the Boston area. Laughton removed, I believe, to London for safety before or during the evacuation.
What makes you think that Griffin didn't buy The Wharf
already built. It was also called Rowe's Wharf if memory serves me correctly. There was a rope walks there, too. What sparked your interest, out of curiosity? I read every microfilm available on Griffin/Griffith that I could pertaining to Boston History/Genealogy with no success.