Jacob Griffin of Griffin's Tavern?

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I'm noting this for future edits. Doing a lot of research on the Rombout Precinct and it would be a shame for Lt. Col. Jacob Griffin to not have a profile.

On 21 Aug 2020 Deborah Barber wrote on Griffin-446:

Is this the same Jacob Griffin? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Griffin

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The answer is "yes".

1)  The website for "Flagon and Trencher"  lists many colonial tavern owners by state; Jacob Griffin is named under "New York".  Navigate around the website to find some of their responsibilities and even the toasts that were used back when! http://www.flagonandtrencher.org/

2) Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Griffin & his wife Ruth Woolsey are honored for serving in the American Revolution.  DAR records list some of his children, who were christened in a church in Rumbout, Dutchess County, New York; the Wikipedia information indicates he served on a "Committee of Correspondence" in Rumbout, NY.  Profiles have been created for some of his children.

I hope this helps,  Janine

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