Mary Louise Salter (1841-1917) was a housewife. (b. September 11, 1841 - d. February 6, 1917)
Parents[edit | edit source]
Siblings[edit | edit source]
- William H. Salter (1833-1894).
- Albert Salter (1836-1895).
- Abraham Oldrin Salter (1838-1921) who married Eva Augusta Briggs (1856-1902) and worked as a real estate lawyer.
- George W. Salter (1843-?) worked at the Treasury Department in Washington, DC.
- John Jacob Salter (1846-1899) never married.
Marriage[edit | edit source]
She married George W. Fanning (1839-1920) on February 22, 1860. The New York Times reported on February 24, 1860: "Fanning - Salter. In this city, on Wednesday evening, Feb. 22, at Calvary Baptist Church, by Rev. A. D. Gillette, D.D., Mr. George W. Fanning to Miss Mary Louise Salter, only daughter of Albert Salter, Esq., all of this city. ..."
Children[edit | edit source]
- William Fanning (1861-?) who married Emilie Dumont (1864-1940) on March 22, 1883. She was the daughter of Theodore D. Dumont and Jeannette Peck. They had as their son, William Lincoln Fanning I (1893-1986) who was born on February 12, 1893 in Vermont.
- Cecilia Fanning (1863-?).
- Ada Louise Fanning (1865-?) who married Dwight Miller Harris (1859-1903) on April 6, 1883 and had as their child, Dwight Carlton Harris (1884-1969).
- Clarence S. Fanning (1869-1882).
Burial[edit | edit source]
She was buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Sleepy Hollow, New York in section 9.