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Re: The 1st Salrin who came in USA
Posted by: Sallerin-Jovian Marie-Louise Date: December 01, 2000 at 16:58:00
In Reply to: Re: The 1st Salrin who came in USA by Marty Miller of 25

Thanks so much. I knew taht N" Salrin, a farmer in Neosho County was native of France. Born in 1843. In 1869 he came to Kansas. He served during the war. In 1866 he returned home to HIS Prents in ohio. In 1868 he married Miss Regina Hiser. They have 3 girls & 1 boy.
Could be the son of Nicholas and Frances?
I know also a Salrin left from a village near Metz left France to Ohio in the 19th century. Could be Nicholas father?

Are you a relative of SALRIN FAMILY?
Thanks again. If you have nor information let me know.

Marie-Louise


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