Albert Salter (1811-1882) was a baker. (b. 1811; New York City - d. June 3, 1882; Manhattan, New York City, New York)
First marriage[edit | edit source]
Children[edit | edit source]
It appears that none of these Salter lines are extant:
- William H. Salter (1833-1894). He died in December of 1894.
- Albert Salter (1836-1895). He died at age 59.
- Abraham Oldrin Salter (1838-1921) who married Eva Augusta Briggs (1856-1902) on March 10, 1886 in Manhattan.
- Mary J. Salter (1841-?)
- George W. Salter (1843-?) who worked as a clerk in Washington, DC.
- John Jacob Salter (1846-1899) who graduated from the University of the State of New York in 1869.
Second marriage[edit | edit source]
- Ann Seabury Oldrin (1818-1894). After the death of his first wife in 1849, he married her sister. They married after the 1850 United States Census.
Death[edit | edit source]
He died on June 3, 1882 and was buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York.
Burial[edit | edit source]
He was buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York on April 30, 1894. Buried there in section 24 and lot 3515-3517 are:
- Lot 3515
- Abraham Salter (?-1874). He is buried in lot 3515.
- Catharine X (?-1868) Salter. She is buried in lot 3515.
- Lot 3517
- Albert Salter (1811-1882)
- Albert Salter (1836-1895)
- Albert E. Salter (?-1866)
- Ann Seabury Oldrin (1818-1894) was buried on April 30, 1894.