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posted 07-14-2009 12:11 AM
J G Griswold is listed as a jeweler in the 1851 and 1853 Hartford Directies at 2 State.
J G Griswold is listed in Geer's 1859 and 1860 Hartford Directory as a jeweler with no business address given, house 30 Pleasant St and 34 Woodbridge St respectively.
Johnson G Griswold appeared in the 1850 U S Federal Census for Hartford, Connecticut as a manufacturer with his new British born wife Anna Gwillam.
Johnson G Griswold appeared in the 1860 U S Federal Cenus for Hartford, Connecticut as a jeweler with a Thomas J Gwillam listed in his household as an apprentice jeweller.
Thomas was likely to have been a brother in law.
J G Griswold listed as a jeweler in the 1861, 62, 63, and 66 Geer's Hartford Directories at 27 Asylum.
Johnson G Griswold is listed throughout the Civil War years on the U S IRS tax roles for Hartford, Connecticut.
Johnson G Griswold is listed in the 1870 U S Federal Census for Hartford, Connecticut as a jeweler. Thomas J Gwillam was still listed in Johnson's household.
J G Griswold listed as a jeweler in the 1870 and 1874 Geer's Hartford Directories. Thomas I Gwillam is in the same directories listed as a jeweler. Their business name was J G Griswold & Co which was at 25 Asylum.
J G Griwold listed as a jeweler in the 1878 Greer's Hartford Directory without Thomas I Gwillam, and their business name is not used.
Johnson G Griswold appeared in the 1880 U S Federal Census for Meriden, Connecticut as a jeweler with a William Goodrich in his household who was also a jeweler.
T I Gwillim appeared in the 1880 U S Federal Census for Bristol Connecticut as a watch reparier.
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