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Re: The 1st Salrin who came in USA
Posted by: Lisa Otto (ID *****3888) Date: July 15, 2002 at 20:24:25
In Reply to: Re: The 1st Salrin who came in USA by John Hill of 25

Hi John - Not sure what the connection is but I bet there is one. Victorine Salrin married Joseph Davied about 1826 in Coshocton Ohio. All their children were born in Coshocton. Last one was born in 1869. So at some time after that they moved their family to Crawford county, KS. I have them documented in St. Paul and Greenbush. They could have been in Walnut as all of these little towns are within a few miles of each other.
Salrin is such a rare name to find and to have both families in Crawford county is to much of a coincidence I think. I show Victorine as having a brother Andrew and a sister Mary. I don't know where they ended up. Maybe Andrew was in Walnut.
I'm originally from Crawford county and both our families are still there. We visit frequently. If you send me your information I will see what I can dig up next time I go home.
Lisa Otto


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