The Venerable Griffith Vaughan (1656-1726) was an English Anglican clergyman.
A son of Edmund Vaughan, of Pisford, Northamptonshire, plebeian, in 1668 he became a chorister at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he matriculated on 3 May, 1672, aged 16, and graduated B.A. in 1676. In 1681, he incorporated at Cambridge and graduated M.A. from Pembroke College, Cambridge.   He held livings at Coppenhall, and Hinstock; and was Archdeacon of Ludlow from 1681 until his death. 
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