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Re: The 1st Salrin who came in USA
Posted by: Marty Miller Date: December 01, 2000 at 04:51:57
In Reply to: The 1st Salrin who came in USA by Sallerin-Jovian Marie-Louise of 25

Between 1842 and 1853 Nicholas Salrin arrived in Coshocton County, Ohio with wife Frances and son Nicholas. A number of other Salrins are shown in the 1870 census of Coshocton County, none I believe in the 1860 or befor. We do not know where in France they came from.

The 1850 census shows a Catharine Salrin in Allegheny County, Pa., 1860 census shows a J. Salrin in Oswego County, NY

good luck,



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