Higgs, Griffin (or Griffith), Dd
Higgs, Griffin (Or Griffith), D.D.
an English clergyman, was born at Stoke Abbot, or South Stoke, near Henley, Oxfordshire, in 1589, and was educated at Reading School and St. John's College, Oxford. In 1627 he was sent to the Hague as chaplain to the queen of Bohemia. On his return he was presented to the living of Cliffe, near Dover, and was also made chanter of St. David's. In 1638 he was made dean of Lichfield. He lost all his preferments when the Church establishment was overthrown. He died December 16, 1659. His published works are, Problemata Theologica (1630): — Miscellaneae Theses Theologicae (eod.).