|Birth: ||Aug. 18, 1853|
|Death: ||Jul. 1, 1916|
New York, USA
A memorial maker for Grant Wellington Salsman is located in the Oak Hill Cemetery, Towanda, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Section H Lot #86.
Grant Wellington Salsman, the youngest child of Almira McIntyre and Elias Salsman.
Grant stated, he was born in Spring Hill, renamed Tuscarora Township in 1856, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
Grant married Helen J. Vincent, daughter of Nancy O. Foster and Albro Vincent, on 26 December 1875 in Towanda, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
Grant and Helen had four children: Bertha Viola, born 1876; Elmira Mertilla, born 1878; Aleatha, born 1879, and George Warren, born 1880.
Grant and Helen made their home in North Towanda, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
He was a member of the Athens Volunteer Fire Department.
Grant and Helen provided care, and a home for Grant's elderly father, Elias, during his last few years.
Around the year 1909/10 they secured a residence in Lestershire, Binghampton, Broome County, New York, where Helen passed away on 12 February 1912, with her interment held at Oak Hill Cemetery, Towanda, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
Grant and Helen were married for 37 years.
Shortly after Helen's death, Grant married Agnes Elizabeth Brace/Grace (verifying spelling) Vincent, daughter of Mary _____ and John Brace/Grace (verifying spelling), widow, and second wife of Oliver Vincent, (Grant's first wife Helen's brother), on 19 May 1912 in Sayre, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Agnes died on 13 June 1915 in Lestershire, Binghampton, Broome County, New York. A private service was held for Agnes in their home, with her interment held at Oak Hill Cemetery, Towanda, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
Grant married Hattie May Runyon, daughter of Nancy _____ and James Runyon, widow of J. Walter Bried (spelled Briad on some documents), on 03 June 1915 in Lestershire, Binghampton, Broome County, New York. After Grant death Hattie remarried Rev. Lester Cook.
Grant died: Saturday, July 1, 1916 at his home 231 Harrison, Lestershire, Bringhamton (referred to as Johnson City, starting in 1916), Broome County, New York.
Obituary - Grant W. Salzman died at 10 o'clock Saturday night at his home, 231 Harrison, Johnson City, aged 67. He is survived by his wife, and three daughters: Mrs. Bertha Mouillesseaux of Johnson City, NY; Mrs. Mertie Foster of Warren Center, PA; and Mrs. Aletha Whalen of Athens, PA; also one son George W. Salzman of Towanda, PA. The funeral will be held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Ford of the Johnson City Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Floral Park Cemetery.
Binghampton Press - Monday Evening, July 3, 1916.
Elias Salsman (1801 - 1889)
Almira McIntyre Salsman (1810 - 1877)
Agnes Elizabeth Grace Vincent Salsman (1867 - 1915)
Hattie May Runyon Cook (1881 - 1952)
Helen J. Vincent Salsman (1855 - 1912)*
Bertha V. Mouillesseaux (1876 - 1945)*
George W Salsman (1880 - 1954)*
Adelia Almira Salsman Hoey (1827 - 1852)*
Catherine Salsman McGee (1832 - 1920)*
George W. Salsman (1836 - 1864)*
Sarah Jane Salsman Black (1839 - 1913)*
Ida P. Salsman Patton (1844 - 1912)*
Walter C. Salsman (1846 - 1937)*
Alice Salsman Danforth (1849 - 1930)*
Grant Wellington Salsman (1853 - 1916)
G. W. Salsman on memorial marker located at Oak Hill Cemetery, Towada, Bradfornd County, Pennsylvania.
Floral Park Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: Sabrina English
Record added: Oct 22, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43394306