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Gifford Dalley was a United States House of Representatives officer from 1789 to 1795. He served as the House Doorkeeper for the First, Second, and Third United States Congresses. At various times, Dalley's last name appeared in official records as "Dalley," "Dally," or "Dudley."

Gifford Dalley was the son of Henry Dalley of Middlesex, New Jerseymarker and Sarah Gifford daughter of John Gifford of Perth Amboy, New Jerseymarker, who was bound to Lewis Morris . Sarah Gifford and Henry Dalley received a license for marriage on November 9, 1739. Dalley had two sisters and possibly more siblings. His sister Elizabeth Dalley was married to Samuel Fraunces. His sister Catherine Dalley married William Slater and next married John Simmons.

Gifford Dalley married Anna Pettit in New York on July 4, 1767.

Dalley was manager at City Tavernmarker, Philadelphia, PA. Dalley later leased the London Coffee House, Philadelphia.

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