Tag: Salt family

William Clark Salt (1842-1939)

I’ve been more or less aware that William C. Salt had spent some amount of time in Washington, D.C. and that one or more of his children were born there.  This is in opposition to his having been born and

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April-May Genealogy To-Do

Since I haven’t used this mode to organize myself recently, I will do that now: The big thing that I know will happen in April is a reunion of old college friends in another week.  We managed to find a

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May Genealogy To-Do

In April I managed to: 1. Finish renaming all the computer files in my Salt surname folder and sub-folders, and started adding birth-marriage-death evidence to my direct ancestors and a couple of closely related people.  Yay!! 2. Make a lot

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April Genealogy To-Do

Well, March neither came in like a lion nor left like one, but I do like these lions so here’s a picture of lions on the move as April moves in. March saw me plugging away at cleaning up one

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February Genealogy To-Do

I accomplished a little in January, mostly organizational.  I continued to work away at organizing my Evernote notebooks, making it through 8 of the surname notebooks, and having 5 more to do.  I start the month of February working in

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