Estimated 1400 he married Margaret Warren, b. est 1378 probably Shropshire, England. 
Griffith married Margaret (or Mary), sister of Griffith Warren of Ightfield.
'Griffith Hull [son of William Hull], of Hull, ... m. temp. Henry IV [between 1399 and 1413], Margaret, sister of Griffith Warren, of Ightfield, in Salop, a younger branch of the old Earls of Warren and Surrey, ...'
In the family of "Will'us Hull " and ".... Bunting of Buntingsdale" is listed "Gruffithus Hull de Hull in co. Salop [and of Wlonksslowe]" who married "Margaretta soror Gruffithi Warren de Ightfeld in co. Salop."
 Treswell, Robert; College of Arms (Great Britain); J. Paul (John Paul) Rylands; Augustine Vincent; William Camden; and George Grazebrook. The visitation of Shropshire, taken in the year 1623. (London: [Harleian Society], 1889), 28:243. Cited by We Relate. Griffith Hull and Margaret Warren. http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Family:Griffith_Hull_and_Margaret_Warren_%281%29. Accessed December 15, 2016 </ref>
Griffith Hill died circa 1433 (53-69) in Hull, Shropshire, England.
Humfridus hill de Buntingesdale Griffith Hull had a son Humphrey Hill, or Hull, as the name was formerly spelt. Humphrey Hill, b. est 1410, probably Shropshire, England  Griffith was the father of Humphrey Hill, of Blore. 
↑ 4.04.14.2 Joan or Johanna Hill, the wife of John Gratwood, was the sister and co-heir of Sir Rowland Hill, the first Protestant Lord Mayor of London, and daughter of Thomas Hill of Malpas and Hodnet, by Margaret, daughter of Thomas Wilbraham of Woodhay, co. Chester, son of Humphrey Hill, or Hull, by Anne, or Agnes, daughter and co-heir of John Bird of Charlton, by the niece and heiress of David David de Malpas. A reference to the Egerton pedigree shows that Roger, natural son of Sir William de Malpas, had issue David, father of David of Bickerton and Hampton who married Katherine, daughter of Hugh de Bickerton. They had issue John, whose son, David, died without issue, thus leaving his aunts his co-heirs. Humphrey Hill, or Hull, as the name was formerly spelt, was the son of Griffith Hull of Buntingsdale and Wlonkeslow by Margaret, or Mary, sister of Griffith Warren of Ightfield, son of William Hull, the son of Hugh Hull of Hull by Eleanor, daughter and heir of Hugh de Wlonkeslow. Collections Historica and Archaeological relating to Montgomeryshire, Vol. XIV, p. 69, Hugh de Wlonkeslow is given as the the father of Eleanor, the wife of Hugh Hull. https://books.google.com/books?id=lpoxAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA69&lpg=PA69&dq=%22Hugh+de+Wlonkeslow+%22&source=bl&ots=E2TzFOwMIQ&sig=XktMqh5r8yRSYa-6pss7U40kLjU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwitgOuR2oPRAhXEx1QKHYs-CIAQ6AEIODAG#v=onepage&q=%22Hugh%20de%20Wlonkeslow%20%22&f=false. Accessed December 20, 2016.
↑ Burke, John, and George Ormerod. A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great Britain and Ireland enjoying territorial possessions or high official rank: but uninvested with heritable honors. (London: Published for Henry Colburn, by R. Bentley, 1834-1838), 1:654. Cited by We Relate. Griffith Hull and Margaret Warren. http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Family:Griffith_Hull_and_Margaret_Warren_%281%29. Accessed December 15, 2016
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