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Stephen Salrin connection?
Posted by: Michelle Salrin Stitzlein (ID *****6347) Date: December 24, 2007 at 10:19:20
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Does anyone have more information or know of a connection with Stephen Salrin (Sallerin) of France (born prior to 1800)?

My name is Michelle Salrin Stitzlein (born 1967). I moved from Coshocton, OH, in 1989 and I live in the Columbus, OH area. I am the descendant of Stephen Salrin of France.

Joseph Salrin (born April, 1812 and died 1839 of the Dept. of Moselle, France) was Stephen's son. He married Madelaine Nicolas (born May 1806 and died Feb. 1876). Their son, Basil Salrin, (born June 1839 and died Oct. 1874) married Anna (LePage) Marraine (born 1860) and moved first to Illinois and then the Coshocton, Ohio area. Their son, Frank Sherman Salrin, (born 1880 and died Nov. 1935) was my great grandfather. Frank married Sophia Ridgeway (born 1877 and died 1953) and had my grandfather Francis Ridgeway Salrin (born Nov. 1909 and died 1980). Francis married Martha Louise Pope (born 1910 and died 1994) and together they had my father, John Pope Salrin (born March 1938).

I'm not sure of the family connection to other Salrin's listed on this site...but I'm sure that there is one! Would love to know if anyone has a link.





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