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Debbie Brill (#47152814)
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 • 56 Memorials Added
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David D
Nicholas Salrin
Oops. I see that I have a sent you a message regarding Nicholas "Jr" and your memorial is for his father. The substance of the earlier message may be of help though if you decide to flesh out the rest of the family. BTW - I am researching the son because he served in Co I of the 15th Indiana Infantry, a regiment that served in the Civil War that Nicholas served in. Nicholas Jr died in Parson Kansas in 1912. He is NOT entered on Find a grave.
Added by David D on Oct 06, 2015 2:49 PM
David D
Nicholas Salrin
I am certain that Nicholas Salrin was enumerated in the 1860 census of Coshocton County, Franklin Two, at dwelling 939, as the 17 year old son of Nicholas and Frances Solding. The census taker did correctly report their surname. The two youngest of the six "Solding" children were born in Ohio which is not consistent with their immigration in 1854 (as reported in the obituary), but the name and age of ten year old "Ack" is not correct. In the 1870 census, at dwelling 136 of Franklin Twp, "Augustus" Salrin (who I believe is the Auk of 1860) is a 17 year old born in France.

Thank you Debbie for your great work.
David D in Fresno
Added by David D on Oct 06, 2015 2:40 PM
Data Doctor (Bill Smith)
Phoos of Cognions
Thank you for your time spent taking the photos.

William L Smith
Added by Data Doctor (Bill Smith) on Sep 14, 2015 11:17 AM
Sherlock
Lady of Lourdes Cemetery
Thanks for the Salrin memorials you made in this cemetery. I did a Salrin genealogy book for my neighbor Betty Salrin who has ancestors buried here. The Salrin's, Royer's and Cognion's came to Linton Township from France in the early 1800's.
The later generations of Cognion's went to school with me at Plainfield.
Added by Sherlock on Feb 09, 2015 12:01 PM
Virginia Lehne-Hatten
Lahna
Thank you so much for the Lahna pictures. I live in Louisiana so it would be impossible for me to get them any other way.
Added by Virginia Lehne-Hatten on Feb 07, 2013 12:02 AM
Georganna Hutchins
RE: Sara andWendell Bordenkircher
Thanks for the offer. I will let you know...
Added by Georganna Hutchins on May 29, 2012 5:36 PM
Georganna Hutchins
Sara andWendell Bordenkircher
Thank you so much....
Added by Georganna Hutchins on May 29, 2012 10:10 AM
Georganna Hutchins
RE: Virginia Baird buried at Plainfield Cemetery
Thank you so much. I wish everyone on find a grave were as nice as you.
Added by Georganna Hutchins on Apr 30, 2012 12:59 PM
Georganna Hutchins
Virginia Baird buried at Plainfield Cemetery
Would you please transfer her memorial to me so that I can add her father, my great-uncle Russell Kennedy???
Added by Georganna Hutchins on Apr 30, 2012 12:01 PM
SC Allen
RE: Re: George & Lydia Sandel
Thanks Debbie, that would be great. I appreciate you helping me with this.

SC Allen
Added by SC Allen on Apr 10, 2012 8:23 AM
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