|Death: ||Nov. 10, 1710|
English Peer. First Baron Griffin of Braybrooke. Born the son off Sir Edward Griffin and Lady Essex Howard. He gained the title of 1st Baron Griffin of Braybrooke in December 1688 from James II just prior to the king's exile in France following the Glorious Revolution. Griffin accompanied his king earning a mark of outlaw from the new monarchs. Griffin apparently returned to England after James II death in order to test the ground for support of James' son, Charles Edward. He was taken prisoner in Northamptonshire and committed to the Tower. He was condemned for treason and executed on Tower Green.
Chapel of Saint Peter-ad-Vincula, Tower of London
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Greater London, England
Created by: Iola
Record added: Oct 11, 2006
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