Full title: Mark of Protest: an autobiography
Creator / Author: Victor Griffin
Item Type / Page count: Book / 235p
When Published: 1993
Publisher / Place of Publication: Gill & Macmillan Ltd. / Goldenbridge, Dublin 8.
About: This is the autobiography of The Very Reverend Victor Gilbert Benjamin Griffin, also known as Dean Victor Griffin. He is a Church of Ireland clergyman, who after spending over 20 years ministering in Derry, was appointed Dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin. He held this position from 1969 to 1991 and became a well-known figure in Irish public life.
ID number(s): 0717118746
Chapters: Acknowledgements — Childhood — Farm — Living in a Minority Community — Kilkenny — Mountjoy — Trinity — Derry — Northern Divisions — Daphne — St. Patrick’s Cathedral — Appeal — Croke Park and Lansdowne Road — Visitors to St. Patrick’s – Dublin in Crisis – Inflammatory Words – Battling for Pluralism – Ecumenical Needs – The Protestant Perspective – Index.
WW Connection #1: Victor Griffin was born in Carnew in South West Wicklow in 1924.
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Extra #3: Includes eight pages of black & white photographs.
Extra #4: View the 1911 Census Return for the Griffins of Woolgreen Street, Carnew.