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HELP! Ancestor is complete! Grave has been located US Civil War Soldiers flag photo of ancestor   George Washington  SALISBURY

  (b. 11 July 1836 Ledyard, New York, USA   d. 18 September 1915 Auburn, New York, USA )  
Age: 79
Cause of Death: chronic myocarditis

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George Washington SALISBURY was born 11 July 1836 in Ledyard, New York, USA . George Washington SALISBURY was the child of David SALISBURY   and   Maria WOOD and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Cummings (Benjamin) SALISBURY and Elizabeth MOSHER

George Washington was a soldier in the U.S. Civil War.


Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

George Washington  married  Caroline Matilda (Carrie) SMITH 20 August 1862 in Auburn, New York, USA .  The couple had (at least) 4 children. Caroline Matilda (Carrie) SMITH  was born 3 March 1843 in Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora).  Caroline Matilda (Carrie) died 15 February 1927 in Webster, Massachusetts, USA.  Caroline Matilda (Carrie) was the child of Sherman SMITH and Charlotte Maria BURNHAM.

George Washington SALISBURY died 18 September 1915 in Auburn, New York, USA.

According to Civil War Pension application found at National Archives (Cert. 801352), George W. Salisbury was 6' 1", light complexion, brown eyes, brown hair. His occupation was clerk in a store.

He was buried on 9-20-1915 in Section Home, Lot Number 590. Caroline is buried next to George, but does not have a stone.
An interesting note: Harriet Tubman’s grave is in this cemetery, not very far from George W. Salisbury’s.


Details of the family tree of George appear below.
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A fun weekend college searching with my son ended up with some unexpected finds. We brought both grandmothers along on a weekend trip. The purpose was to explore several colleges that my son was interested in attending. The journey had several stops: Pittsfield, Massachusetts; Troy, New York; Auburn, New York; Aurora (Ledyard), New York; Union Springs, New York; and Rochester, New York. Genealogy ...Read MORE...


  • Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)
    The Inn, Aurora, N.Y. Hotel since 1826
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  • 1836 Birth
    11 July 1836
    Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)

  • Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)
    1848 Aurora, NY
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  • 1850 Ledyard, Cayuga, New York
    David Salisbury is age of 50 living in Ledyard, Cayuga, New York. He is a cooper, b. NY. He is living with his wife, Maria, age 48, b. abt 1801 in Mass. Their son, George lives with them. He is 14 years old, b. NY. Harriet is 23, b. NY. William H. is 30. He is a sailor, b. NY in 1819. Also living with them are: Elias Manchester, age 55, grain dealer, b. NY; Cyrina Manchester, age 52, b. NY, listed as insane. Related?


    David Salisbury 50 1799 Ledyard, Cayuga, NY Page: 237 Roll:...Read MORE...


    1850 U.S. Census
  • LEDYARD, CAYUGA, NY -- 1850 - 1870

  • 1855 Springport, Cayuga, New York
    name: George D Salsbury
    event: Census
    event date: 1855
    event place: Springport, Cayuga, New York, United States
    gender:
    age: 20
    relationship to head of household: Child
    estimated birth year: 1835
    family number: 143
    line number: 18
    page:
    film number: 1435219
    digital folder number: 004296305
    image number: 00337
    Household Gender Age Birthplace
    father David Salsbury M 56
    wife Mariah Salsbury F 55
    child Hariett Salsbury U 30
    child George D...Read MORE...


    1855 New York State Census
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    George W. Salisbury and George S. Bentley
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  • 1860 Ledyard, Cayuga, New York
    George Salisbury, age 23, is listed in Ledyard, NY. He is living with Lewis Salisbury (his uncle), age 50, cooper; Sally Ann Salisbury (his aunt), age 37; Clemmy Salisbury, age 11; and Sarah Salisbury, age 17. George is a clerk.
    1860 U.S. Census


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George Washington SALISBURY married Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag photo of ancestor  Caroline Matilda (Carrie) SMITH-- Date: 20 August 1862 Place: Auburn, New York, USA
Caroline Matilda (Carrie) SMITH was the child of Sherman SMITH and Charlotte Maria BURNHAM


They were married by
Rev. Medad Pomeroy at American (Hotel) Genesee St. Auburn, New York. Witnesses: Henry Almy, Edwin A. Strong, Edwin B. Morgan. Source: Marriage Certificate
The next day, George left to fight in the Civil War. Source: According to Ledyard in the Civil War By Temple Hollcroft (page 16) -- freepages.genealogy .rootsweb.ancestry.com/ ~springport/ pictures101/ ledyard_civil_war_web/ pages/ 10131_96.htm


Children of George Washington SALISBURY and Caroline Matilda (Carrie) SMITH:

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag female ancestor Helen Elizabeth SALISBURY (b.19 April 1866, Ledyard, New York, USA   d. 30 August 1945, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA)

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag photo of ancestor  Charlotte Marie SALISBURY (b.21 March 1868, Ledyard, New York, USA   d. 5 February 1935, Webster, Massachusetts, USA)
m. George Wilhelm FEIGE 16 February 1887 in Auburn, New York, USA

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag photo of ancestor  Sherman Smith SALISBURY (b.4 October 1869, Auburn, New York, USA  d. 22 March 1947, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA)
m. Evelyn GALBRAITH abt 17 September 1891 in Auburn, New York, USA

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag girl ancestor Harriet E "Hattie" SALISBURY (b.1 November 1878, Auburn, New York, USA  d. 1 February 1882, Auburn, New York, USA)


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Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)
The Inn, Aurora, N.Y. Hotel since 1826
Postcard
1836 Birth
11 July 1836
Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)

Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)
1848 Aurora, NY
Postcard
1850 Ledyard, Cayuga, New York
David Salisbury is age of 50 living in Ledyard, Cayuga, New York. He is a cooper, b. NY. He is living with his wife, Maria, age 48, b. abt 1801 in Mass. Their son, George lives with them. He is 14 years old, b. NY. Harriet is 23, b. NY. William H. is 30. He is a sailor, b. NY in 1819. Also living with them are: Elias Manchester, age 55, grain dealer, b. NY; Cyrina Manchester, age 52, b. NY, listed as insane. Related?


David Salisbury 50 1799 Ledyard, Cayuga, NY Page: 237 Roll:...Read MORE...


1850 U.S. Census
LEDYARD, CAYUGA, NY -- 1850 - 1870

1855 Springport, Cayuga, New York
name: George D Salsbury
event: Census
event date: 1855
event place: Springport, Cayuga, New York, United States
gender:
age: 20
relationship to head of household: Child
estimated birth year: 1835
family number: 143
line number: 18
page:
film number: 1435219
digital folder number: 004296305
image number: 00337
Household Gender Age Birthplace
father David Salsbury M 56
wife Mariah Salsbury F 55
child Hariett Salsbury U 30
child George D...Read MORE...


1855 New York State Census
1860 Ledyard, Cayuga, New York
George Salisbury, age 23, is listed in Ledyard, NY. He is living with Lewis Salisbury (his uncle), age 50, cooper; Sally Ann Salisbury (his aunt), age 37; Clemmy Salisbury, age 11; and Sarah Salisbury, age 17. George is a clerk.
1860 U.S. Census
George Washington SALISBURY
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George Washington SALISBURY
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The American Hotel

The American Hotel was built in 1828-30, upon the site of the old Willard Tavern. The first proprietor whom I have been able to trace was Watrous Pomroy, who took charge about 1810, and continued proprietor during the war of 1812-15.
History of Cayuga County New York, Auburn, NY, 1908

American Hotel in Auburn, NY where George W. Salisbury and Caroline Smith were married -- believed to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad -- Source: Unknown

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1862 Marriage / Partner
George Washington SALISBURY and Caroline Matilda (Carrie) SMITH 20 August 1862, Auburn, New York, USA
1862 - Civil War Enlistment
Name: George Washington Salisbury
Birth Date: 11 Jul 1835
Birth Place: Ledyard, Cayuga Co, New York
Father: David Salisbury
Mother: Mariah
Enlistment Date: 6 Aug 1862
Enlistment Location: Ledyard, Cayuga, New York
Regiment: 111th Regiment
Company: K
Rank: Sergeant
Race: White
Marital status: Single

New York State Archives; Albany, New York; Town Clerks' Registers of Men Who Served in the Civil War, ca 1861-1865; Collection Number: (N-Ar)13774; Box Number: 7; Roll Number: 4
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From "Ledyard in the Civil War" by Temple Hollcroft - soldier George W. Salisbury
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GEORGE W. SALISBURY IN THE CIVIL WAR
111TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
CIVIL WAR
S - ROSTER 111TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
SALISBURY, GEORGE W.--AGE,26 ENLISTED 6 AUG 1862 AT AURORA TO SERVE THREE YEARS MUSTERED IN AS CORPORAL, CO. K,
20 AUG 1862 RETURNED TO RANKS, NO DATE MUSTERED OUT WITH COMPANY, 4 JUN 1865, NEAR ALEXANDRIA, VA.

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS

GEORGE W SALISBURY,
ENLISTMENT DATE: 06 AUGUST 1862
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
STATE SERVED: NEW YORK
UNIT NUMBERS: 1370 1370
SERVICE RECORD:...Read MORE...


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1862 - August 20 - Married
According to Ledyard in the Civil War By Temple Hollcroft (page 16), George W. Salisbury and Carrie Smith were married on August 20, 1862 at American (Hotel) Genesee St. Auburn, NY. The next day, he left to fight in the Civil War.
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1862 - Civil War - Mustered into Service Unprepared and Disorganized
'IT SEEMS THAT THE CALL TO VOLUNTEERS WAS DONE AT A TIME OF CHAOS AND CONFUSION. THE GOVERNMENT SEEMED UNPREPARED AND DISORGANIZED AT THE TIME THAT THE 111TH MUSTERED INTO SERVICE ON AUGUST 20, 1862. FOR EXAMPLE, ON AUGUST 21 THEY WERE ALL PUT ONTO RAILROAD CARS AND SENT TO WASHINGTON D.C. WHERE THEY WERE TO BEGIN BASIC TRAINING. THEY HAD NO WEAPONS ON THEM AT THAT TIME. THEN ON AUGUST 22, WITHOUT ANY TRAINING WHATSOEVER, THEY WERE ALL TRANSFERRED TO BARGES AND TAKEN DOWN THE HUDSON RIVER TO...Read MORE...


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Civil War - 111th NY Infantry Volunteers - September 1862 - Harper's Ferry
FIRST BATTLE WAS THE SIEGE OF HARPER'S FERRY, VA. 12-15 SEP 1862.
ON SEPTEMBER 24, JUST TEN DAYS AFTER THE CULMINATION OF THE HARPERS FERRY BATTLE, THE 111TH PAROLEES BOARDED IN ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND A TRAIN WHICH BEGAN THEIR TRIP WEST TO CAMP DOUGLAS. THE CARS HAD PREVIOUSLY HELD CATTLE AND HAD ONLY RECEIVED A CURSORY SWEEPING. IN PITTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA THE DIRTY CATTLE CARS WERE REPLACED WITH FREIGHT CARS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE TRIP. EACH CAR HELD FOURTY MEN CROWDED INTO THEM. THE MEN...Read MORE...


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1862 - September 18 - Civil War - Captured
WWW.ITD.NPS.GOV/ CWSS/ SOLDIERS.HTM
111TH REGIMENT, NEW YORK INFANTRY

ONLY 3 WEEKS AFTER ENTERING THE BATTLE (SEPT. 18, 1862), THE ENTIRE REGIMENT WAS CAPTURED AT HARPER'S FERRY AND SENT TO CAMP DOUGLAS, CHICAGO TO BE HELD IN CAMP (ON 'PAROLE') UNTIL THEY COULD BE TRADED FOR CONFEDERATE PRISONERS.

EXPLANATION OF PAROLE IN THE CIVIL WAR:

WHEN THE CIVIL WAR BEGAN, THERE WAS NO REAL NEED TO BUILD PRISON CAMPS. PRISONERS WERE EXCHANGED RIGHT AFTER THE BATTLE WAS OVER OR WITHIN DAYS AFTER...Read MORE...


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1862 - October 4 - Civil War - Letter Home
ON OCTOBER 4, 1862, GEORGE W. SALISBURY WROTE THE FOLLOWING TO E. B. MORGAN (WHILE ON 'PAROLE' AT CAMP DOUGLAS IN CHICAGO):

CHICAGO OCT 4 62

HON. E. B. MORGAN
MY DEAR FRIEND
ALTHOUGH UNDER PROSPECTS NOT QUITE AS FLATTERING AS WHEN WE PROUDLY MARCHED THROUGH THE STREETS OF AUBURN A FEW WEEKS AGO TO JOIN THE LAST GREAT ARMY OF THE NATION, YET OUR COURAGE IS JUST AS STRONG & OUR LOVE & AFFECTION FOR THE OLD FLAG IS STILL THE SAME, BUT IT IS RATHER HUMILIATING TO SEE THEM RAISE THE SACRED...Read MORE...


1863 - July 2-3 - Civil War - Gettysburg
GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA
PRIOR TO THE GETTYSBURG CONFLICT THE 111TH HAD LEFT COMPANIES B & C, BACK IN VIRGINIA ON DETACHED DUTY LEAVING THE REGIMENT AT ABOUT 64 PERCENT OF THEIR FORCE. ACCORDING TO R.L.MURRAY'S BOOK THE 111TH HAD '95 MEN KILLED OR SO SEVERELY WOUNDED THAT THEY WOULD EVENTUALLY DIE OF THEIR WOUNDS (54 KILLED AND 41 MORTALLY WOUNDED). OF THE 390 MEN AT GETTYSBURG OF THE 111TH THEY HAD LOSSES OF 249 MEN REPORTED. ONLY ONE OTHER UNION REGIMENT THAT FOUGHT AT GETTYSBURG HAD MORE...Read MORE...


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1863 - Civil War - BRISTOE STATION, VA. 14 OCT 1863
Civil War battles in Virginia 1863
Other Names: None
Location: Prince William County
Campaign: Bristoe Campaign (October-November 1863)
Date(s): October 14, 1863
Principal Commanders: Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren [US]; Lt. Gen. A.P. Hill [CS]
Forces Engaged: Corps
Estimated Casualties: 1,980 total

Description: On October 14, 1863, A.P. Hill’s corps stumbled upon two corps of the retreating Union army at Bristoe Station and attacked without proper reconnaissance. Union soldiers of the II...Read MORE...


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1863 - Civil War - MINE RUN CAMPAIGN AFTER 31 OCT 1863
Civil War battles in Virginia 1863
Other Names: Payne’s Farm, New Hope Church
Location: Orange County
Campaign: Mine Run Campaign (November-December 1863)
Date(s): November 27-December 2, 1863
Principal Commanders: Maj. Gen. George G. Meade [US]; Gen. Robert E. Lee [CS]
Forces Engaged: Armies: 114,069 total (US 69,643; CS 44,426)
Estimated Casualties: 1,952 total (US 1,272; CS 680)

Description: Payne’s Farm and New Hope Church were the first and heaviest clashes of the Mine Run...Read MORE...


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1864 - Civil War - MORTON'S FORD (VA), 6 - 7 FEB 1864
Civil War battles in Virginia 1864
Other Names: Rapidan River
Location: Orange County and Culpeper County
Campaign: Demonstration on the Rapidan River (February 1864)
Date(s): February 6-7, 1864
Principal Commanders: Brig. Gen. J.C. Caldwell [US]; Lt. Gen. Richard S. Ewell [CS]
Forces Engaged: Divisions
Estimated Casualties: 723 total

Description: To distract attention from a planned cavalry-infantry raid up the Peninsula on Richmond, the Federal army forced several crossings of the...Read MORE...


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1864 - Civil War - THE WILDERNESS, VA. 5 - 7 MAY 1864
Civil War battles in Virginia 1864
Other Names: Combats at Parker’s Store, Craig’s Meeting House, Todd’s Tavern, Brock Road, the Furnaces
Location: Spotsylvania County
Campaign: Grant’s Overland Campaign (May-June 1864)
Date(s): May 5-7, 1864
Principal Commanders: Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and Maj. Gen. George G. Meade [US]; Gen. Robert E. Lee [CS]
Forces Engaged: 162,920 total (US 101,895; CS 61,025)
Estimated Casualties: 29,800 total (US 18,400; CS 11,400)

Description: The opening...Read MORE...


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1864 - Civil War - 8 - 21 MAY 1864 AT PO RIVER ON THE 10TH AND OAK ORCHARD ON THE 18TH AND ON MARCH TOWARD NORTH ANNA RIVER

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1864 - Civil War - 22 MAY - 1 JUNE 1864 AT NORTH ANNA RIVER 22 - 23 MAY, 27TH MARCHED IN DIRECTION OF PAMUNKEY RIVER CROSSING IT ON 28TH AND ENGAGEMENT ON 30TH

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1864 - Civil War - 15 - 30 JUNE 1864. MARCHED TO AND CROSSED JAMES RIVER ON 13TH. AND ARRIVED IN FRONT OF PETERSBURG ON THE 15TH PARTICIPATED IN ENGAGEMENTS ON 18, 21, 22, AND AT DEEP BOTTOM, 26
Petersburg
Civil War battles in Virginia 1864
Other Names: Assault on Petersburg
Location: City of Petersburg
Campaign: Richmond-Petersburg Campaign (June 1864-March 1865)
Date(s): June 15-18, 1864
Principal Commanders: Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and Maj. Gen. George G. Meade [US]; Gen. Robert E. Lee and Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard [CS]
Forces Engaged: 104,000 total (US 62,000; CS 42,000)
Estimated Casualties: 11,386 total (US 8,150; CS 3,236)

Description: Marching from Cold Harbor,...Read MORE...


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1864 - Civil War - 25 AUG 1864 AT REAM'S STATION
Ream’s Station
Civil War battles in Virginia 1864
Other Names: Reams’ Station
Location: Dinwiddie County
Campaign: Richmond-Petersburg Campaign (June 1864-March 1865)
Date(s): June 29, 1864
Principal Commanders: Maj. Gen. James Wilson and Brig. Gen. August Kautz [US]; Maj. Gen. William Mahone and Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee [CS]
Forces Engaged: Divisions
Estimated Casualties: 600 total (1,817 for entire raid)

Description: Early morning June 29, Brig. Gen. August Kautz’s division reached...Read MORE...


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1865 Ledyard, Cayuga, New York
Charlotte M Smith, 62, f, b. VT, mother of 6 children, married 1 time, widow
James B Smith, 24, m, child, b. Cayuga, single, farmer
Carrie Saulsbury, 22, f, child, b. Cayuga, married 1 time, now married
George W Saulsbury, 27, m, married 1 time, now married
1865 New York State Census
1865 - Civil War - FORT STEDMAN, PART OF APPOMATTOX, VA CAMPAIGN ON 25 MARCH 1865
Fort Stedman
Civil War battles in Virginia 1865
Other Names: None
Location: Petersburg
Campaign: Richmond-Petersburg Campaign (June 1864-March 1865)
Date(s): March 25, 1865
Principal Commanders: Maj. Gen. John G. Parke [US]; Gen. Robert E. Lee and Maj. Gen. John B. Gordon [CS]
Forces Engaged: Corps
Estimated Casualties: 3,850 total (US 950; CS 2,900)

Description: In a last-gasp offensive, Gen. Robert E. Lee amassed nearly half of his army in an attempt to break through Grant’s...Read MORE...


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1865 - Civil War - APPOMATTOX, VA CAMPAIGN 29 MARCH 1865
Lewis’s Farm
Civil War battles in Virginia 1865
Other Names: Quaker Road, Military Road, Gravelly Road
Location: Dinwiddie County
Campaign: Appomattox Campaign (March-April 1865)
Date(s): March 29, 1865
Principal Commanders: Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren [US]; Maj. Gen. Bushrod R. Johnson [CS]
Forces Engaged: Corps
Estimated Casualties: 850 total (US 380; CS 370)

Description: On March 29, in the opening moves of Grant’s spring offensive, Sheridan marched with the army’s cavalry followed by...Read MORE...


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1865 - Civil War - APPOMATTOX, VA CAMPAIGN 2 APRIL 1865

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1865 - April 9 - Robert E. Lee surrenders to Ulysees S. Grant at Appomattox Court House.
GENERAL MEADE RODE ALONG THE LINE OF TROOPS OF 111TH IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SURRENDER AT APPOMATTOX, VA. THIS MADE THE MEN OF THE 111TH SOME OF THE FIRST UNION SOLDIERS TO HEAR OF THE SURRENDER.
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1866
Aurora, NY -- Brown, Smith & Co. (Effingham T. Brown, James T. Smith and George W. Salisbury), storage, lumber, etc.
Auburn NY City Directory 1862 - 1877
1866 Birth of Child
Helen Elizabeth SALISBURY was born 19 April 1866, Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)
1867 - Land Grant
Grantee's Name George W Salisbury
Event Date Nov 1867
Event Place Cayuga, New York, United States
Event Place (Original) Cayuga
Grantor's Name Daniel Yawger
Event Type Land Assessment
Entry Number N
Page Number 24

New York Land Records, 1630-1975
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1867 Aurora, Cayuga, New York
Geo W Salisbury is living in Aurora, Occupation: (Johnson) McDowell & Salisbury druggists
Cayuga County, New York Directory, 1867-68 (GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF CAYUGA COUNTY, N.Y. FOR 1867-8)
1868 Birth of Child
Charlotte Marie SALISBURY was born 21 March 1868, Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)
1869 Birth of Child
Sherman Smith SALISBURY was born 4 October 1869, Auburn, New York, USA
1870 Deed
1870 Deed - Effingham Brown and wife to James B Smith and George W Salisbury

1870 George W Salisbury, Effingham Brown, 127 117
New York, Land Records, 1630-1975
Cayuga Deeds 1870 vol 127 image 103 of 456
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1872 - Land Grant
Grantee's Name James B Smith
Grantor's Name George W Salisbury
Event Date 1872
Event Place Cayuga, New York, United States
Event Type Land Assessment
Entry Number 131
Page Number 383

New York Land Records, 1630-1975
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Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1872
Salisbury George W. (Almy & Salisbury) house 63 Wall
Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1872
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Tues., May 7, 1872
Common Council Proceedings - David and George Salisbury appointed to fire department

Auburn Daily Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Tues., May 7, 1872
Tuesday, May 7, 1872
David and George W. Salisbury are members of the Auburn Fire Department Hose Company No. 5.

Auburn Daily Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Tuesday, May 7, 1872
Auburn, Cayuga New York
Boyd's Auburn Directory 1874-5, ancestry.com, page 28

Public Schools Board of Education 1874-75
George W. Salisbury, Commissioner for 4th Ward
Auburn, Cayuga New York
Coopers
Salisbury George W. Wall oor. Factory
Boyds Auburn Directory 1874-5
Thursday, January 15, 1874
A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Fire Department, was held at the City Hall, last evening, when the following officers were elected for 1874: President - Geo. W. Salisbury...

Auburn Daily Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Thursday, January 15, 1874
Thursday, October 8, 1874
Barrels - Geo W. Salisbury offers a fine variety of flour and fruit barrels, of his own manufacture, and will manufacture them to order, together with all similar utensils in the trade, at his manufactory on Division Street. Orders may be left at the office, rear of Hiller's news room, State street. See ad.

Weekly News and Democrat
Auburn, New York
Thursday, October 8, 1874
Thursday, October 8, 1874
NOTE: Not certain which member of the Almy family this refers to. (Perhaps it is his cousin, Henry Almy, witness at George's wedding)

Benham & Bristol

Will open a first class Flour and Feed Store at No. 87 State St., formerly occupied by Almy & Salisbury, on Wednesday, the 7th of Oct. 1874. We invite all in want of flour or feed to give us a call.

Auburn Daily Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Thursday, October 8, 1874
1875 Auburn, Cayuga, New York
Name: George Salisbury
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1875
Event Place: Auburn, Cayuga, New York, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 39
Relationship to Head of Household:
Birth Year (Estimated): 1836
Family Number: 100
Page: 10
Line Number: 29
GS Film number: 853206
Digital Folder Number: 004858094
Image Number: 00193
Household Gender Age Birthplace
George Salisbury M 39
Wife Carotine M Salisbury F 32
Daughter Helena E...Read MORE...


1875 New York State Census
Tuesday, July 25, 1876
Board of Education
...The Secretary presented the following petition:
Auburn, N.Y., July 1876
The undersigned taxpayers and patrons of the Common Schools of the city request the Board of Education to reconsider their action in the reduction of salaries of the music teacher and other teachers in our schools, and respectfully recommend fixing the same at the former rates:
...David Salisbury
Geo. W. Salisbury
(many others)

Auburn Daily Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Tuesday, July 25, 1876
abt 1877
Salisbury, David, cooper, bds. 3 Van Anden
Salisbury, George W., cooper, h. 3 Van Anden
Auburn NY City Directory 1862 - 1877
1878 Birth of Child
Harriet E "Hattie" SALISBURY was born 1 November 1878, Auburn, New York, USA
1880 Auburn, Cayuga, New York
George Saulsbury is listed as a Cooper, age 43, living at 15 West St. in Auburn, NY with Caroline, 37, father David, 81, widowed, (b. NY, parents b. NY) and family. Caroline was born in NY. Her occupation is Keeping House. Her father was born in CT. Her mother was born in VT. Helen E. is 14. Charlotte M. is 12. Sherman S. is 10. Harriet E. is 3.
1880 U.S. Census
Auburn, Cayuga New York
Salisbury, George W., h 15 West
Salisbury, Helen E., student, bds 15 West

Source: Auburn City Directory 1880-81, Ancestry.com
1882 - Land Grant
Grantee's Name Elizabeth B Towne
Grantor's Name George W Salisbury
Event Date Aug 1882
Event Place Cayuga, New York, United States
Event Type Land Assessment
Entry Number 162
Page Number 126

New York Land Records, 1630-1975
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1882 Death of Child
Harriet E "Hattie" SALISBURY died 1 February 1882, Auburn, New York, USA
Saturday, February 4, 1882
A Card
I desire to express the thanks of myself and family to my employers and fellow workmen in the Auburn M?'s shop for the substantial sympathy ? ? our affliction. May God bless their kind hearts and noble deeds.
Geo. W. Salisbury

The Auburn News and Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Saturday, February 4, 1882
1883 Auburn, Cayuga, New York
Salisbury, David, retd, bds 9 Chestnut Place
Salisbury, George W., shipping clerk, Aub MTg Co, h 9 Chestnut Place
1883-1884 Auburn NY City Directory
1883
Salisbury, Charlotte, bds 81 Barber
Salisbury, George W., mechanic, h 31 Barber
1883-1884 Auburn NY City Directory
Auburn, Cayuga New York
The Auburn City Directory 1885 - Ancestry.com, page 259

Salisbury Charlotte M., compositor, Daily Advr, bds 127 Owasco
Salisbury David, bds 127 Owasco
Salisbury George W., cooper, h 127 Owasco
Salisbury Helen E., bds 127 Owasco
Salisbury Sherman S., printer, Daily Advr, h 127 Owasco

Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1887
Name: George W Salisbury
Residence Year: 1887
Street Address: 130 Owasco
Residence Place: Auburn, New York
Occupation: Cooper
Publication Title: Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1887
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Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1888
Name: George W Salisbury
Residence Year: 1888
Street Address: 130 Owasco
Residence Place: Auburn, New York
Occupation: Tack Maker
Publication Title: Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1888
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1890
George is living in Auburn, Cayuga, New York, year enlisted 1862, year discharged 1865, Sergeant.
1890 Veterans Schedule
Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1890
Name: George W Salisbury
Residence Year: 1890
Street Address: 8 Steel
Residence Place: Auburn, New York
Occupation: Cooper
Publication Title: Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1890
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Union Springs, Cayuga, New York
George W. Salisbury and Frank Shorey of Auburn were in town yesterday.

The Advertiser
Union Springs, New York
1888-1890
1890 - Auburn, Cayuga, New York
Document dated 30 July 1890 states that George W. Salisbury is 54 years old, living at 8 Steele St. in Auburn, NY. He enrolled as a private in Company K 111th NY Volunteer on 6 Aug 1862. He received an honorable discharge at Syracuse on 9 June 1865. He has a disease of the stomach - 'stomach trouble and chronic constipation and general dibility'. The document is witnessed by: George W. Feige and Hamilton Creque. Both are from Auburn, NY. George Feige has known George Salisbury for 6 years....Read MORE...


The National Archives
1891
George is living on 8 Steel St. in Auburn in 1891 and 1892, working as a shoemaker.
Auburn, New York Directories, 1889-92
June, 1891 (exact date unknown) - The 111th Survivors
A Large Delegation From this County Will Go to Gettysburg

A large number of the survivors of the old 111 Regiment of this county are making active arrangements for their departure for Gettysburg to take part in the dedication of the New York monument on July 2. Among those who will attend are:… George Salisbury…

The party will leave the Philadelphia & Reading depot at 7 p.m. June 30 and will make the excursion in a special train with sleepers and drawing room cars attached, will make the...Read MORE...


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The Weekly Auburnian
Auburn, New York
1892 Auburn, Ward 2, E.D. 1, Cayuga, New York
George W Salsbury, m, 55, US Citizen, shipping clerk
David Salsbury, m, 92, US Citizen
Frank C. Powell, m, 28, US Citizen, shipping clerk
Caroline M. Salsbury, f, 49, US Citizen
Helen E Salsbury, f, 26, US Citizen, shoe fitter
1892 New York State Census
Auburn, Cayuga New York
The Auburn City Directory, For 1892 - Ancestry.com page 288

Salisbury David, res 8 Steel
Salisbury George W., shoemaker h 8 Steel
Salisbury Ellen E., shoe op, res 8 Steel
Salisbury Sherman S., printer, Daily Advertiser, bds 8 Steel
1894-1986 (exact date unknown)
At Farley's...

Oakview: George Salisbury and family were the guests of Sherman Salisbury and family.

Union Springs Advertiser
Union Springs, New York
Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1894
Name: George W Salisbury
Residence Year: 1894
Street Address: 19 1/ 2 Mary
Residence Place: Auburn, New York
Occupation: Shoemaker
Publication Title: Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1894
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Auburn, Cayuga New York
The Auburn City Directory 1895 - Ancestry.com, page 316

Salisbury, George W., cooper, h 76 Walnut
Salisbury, Helen E., accountant, 9 State, res 76 Walnut
Salisbury, Sherman S., printer, bds 17 Mary
1897
George W. Salisbury is listed as woodworker h over 1/ 2 Lewis

Listed with him is Helen E. acc't, 9 State, res over 1/ 2 Lewis
Auburn, NY 1897-98 City Directory (distantcousin.com/Directories/NY/Auburn/1897_98/)
1898
George W. Salisbury states that the following are his children (living): Helen E., b. Apr 19, 1866; Sherman S., b. Oct 4, 1870; Charlotte M., b. March 21, 1868
The National Archives
Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1898
Name: George W Salisbury
Residence Year: 1898
Street Address: over H Lewis
Residence Place: Auburn, New York
Occupation: Woodworker
Publication Title: Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1898
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Auburn, Cayuga New York
The Auburn City Directory 1899 - Ancestry.com, page 386

Salisbury George W, emp D M O & Co, h over 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Salisbury Helen E, accountant, 9 State, res 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Salisbury Sherman S, job printer, over 4 and 6 Exchange, h 17 Mary
1900
George is living at 1 1/ 2 Lewis St. Auburn, Cayuga, New York. He is living with his wife, Caroline (b. abt. 1841), and his daughter, Helen (b. abt. 1866). Year: 1900; Census Place: Auburn Ward 10, Cayuga, New York; Roll: T623 1012; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 20.
1900 U.S. Census
1900
Salisbury Edwin E, mason, h 124 Seward ave

Salisbury George W, emp D M O & Co (D.M. Osborne & Co.), h over 1 1/ 2 Lewis

Salisbury Helen E, accountant, 9 State, res 1 1/ 2 Lewis

Salisbury Sherman S, book and job printer, over 4 and 6 Exchange, h 17 Mary
www.rootsweb.com/~nycayuga/directry/aub1900/s.htm Lamey's 1900 Auburn NY Directory, ALONZO P. LAMEY, Publisher
Auburn, Cayuga New York
Auburn Directory and Real Estate Record 1901 - Ancestry.com - page 444

Salisbury George W., emp D M O & Co, h over 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Salisbury Helen E., accountant, 9 State, res 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Salisbury Sherman S., book and job printer, over 4 and 6 Exchange, h 17 Mary


November 1, 1901
Want To Run the Elevator

The members of the Civil Service Commission… received 13 applications from men desirous of competing in the examination for the position of elevator engineer at the City Hall. The following made application:… George W. Salisbury, 1 1/ 2 Lewis street…Messrs. Stebbins, Salisbury, Webner, and Tuttle are veterans and under the law they get the preference if they qualify in the examination...



Auburn Weekly Bulletin
Auburn, New York
November 1, 1901
Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1902
Name: George W Salisbury
Residence Year: 1902
Street Address: h 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Residence Place: Auburn, New York
Occupation: Emp D M O & Co.
Publication Title: Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1902
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1902 - Big Freight Elevator Falls at Osborne's
One Man Killed and Three Others Injured Yesterday Afternoon

Lift Dropped From Within Three Feet of the Top and Men Were Thrown Beneath Mower Wheels, With Which It Was Loaded - One of the Injured Was Taken to the Hospital to Die and the Other Three to Their Homes

One of the large freight elevators in the shipping department of the extra building of D. M. Osborne & Co. fell yesterday afternoon and four men were injured. They are:

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Auburn Weekly Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Tuesday, February 11, 1902
1902 - All Show Improvement - Tult, Salisbury and Farrell Will Probably Recover - The Funeral of Harvey
George Tult, George Salisbury and James Farrell, the three men who were seriously injured in the elevator accident at D. M. Osborne & Co's are all reported as being considerably improved today. There were numerous reports about the streets last night and this morning that Farrell's condition had taken a turn for the worse and that he had passed a very restless night. Dr. F. E. O'Brien, the attending physician, said this afternoon that Farrell was very much better to-day than he was...Read MORE...


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The Auburn Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Thursday, February 13, 1902
1902 - Seven Passed
The standings for the applicants for the job of running the City hall elevator who took the Civil Service examination some time ago were announced to-day. The names and standings follow: Boyd F. Hudson, 95 percent; George W. Salisbury, 91 percent; Theodore F. Tuttle, 87 percent; George H. Otis, 85 percent; John E. Christian, 83 percent; Charles Webner, 82 percent; Howard E. Hudson, 62 percent; James E. Stebbins, 62 per cent. The first seven names have been placed on eligible list by the Civil...Read MORE...



The Auburn Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Monday, May 26, 1902
1902 - Salisbury is Out
It is understood that George W. Salisbury, one of the candidates for the position of running the City hall elevator, has withdrawn from the race. This leaves the contest between Webner and Tuttle.

The Auburn Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Tuesday, May 27, 1902
1903
George appears in this list.
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Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1903
Name: George W Salisbury
Residence Year: 1903
Street Address: h 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Residence Place: Auburn, New York
Occupation: Stock Keeper, D M O & Co.
Publication Title: Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1903
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1903 - Made a Fine Start
Nearly $2,400 Raised at First Meeting for Soldiers' Monument Fund
Opera House was Crowded
C. H. Lake Presided and General William H. Seward, Mayor Thomas M. Osborne and Representative Sereno E. Payne Were the Speakers at the Closing Meeting of Memorial Day and the Last Two Spoke Eloquently on the Monument Project and Contributed Between Them $750 to the Fund for its Erection...George W. Salisbury... gave $1...

The Auburn Argus
Auburn, New York
May 1903
Thursday, January 28, 1904
George W. Salisbury an aged employee of D. M. Osborne & Co. was striken with apoplexy Monday morning. It was observed by his shopmates that he was acting in a peculiar manner. He kept working slower and slower until he fell in an exhausted heap on the floor. Drs. Frye and Brazee were called and ordered the stricken man taken to the City Hospital. His condition is serious. He is the father of Supervisor Sherman Salisbury of Auburn and son of the late David Salisbury formerly of Union Springs.

Union Springs Advertiser
Union Springs, New York
Thursday, January 28, 1904
1905 New York State Census
name: Geo W Salisbury
residence: Auburn, Cayuga, New York
age: 69
estimated birth year: 1836
birthplace: United States
relationship to head of household: Head
race: W
gender:
family number: 1
page number: 19
line number: 12
film number: 1435220
digital folder number: 4296306
image number: 00072
Household Gender Age
Geo W Salisbury M 69y
Caroline M Salisbury F 62y
child Helen E Salisbury F 39y
Helen L Feige F 12y
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Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1905
Name: George W Salisbury
Residence Year: 1905
Street Address: h 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Residence Place: Auburn, New York
Occupation: Emp Osborne wks
Publication Title: Auburn, New York, City Directory, 1905
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1906
www.distantcousin.com/ directories/ ny / auburn/ 1906/ Pages.asp?Page=337


George W. Salisbury is listed as employed at Osborne (mfg agricultural machines, see 1895 Auburn, NY article below) wks, h 1 1/ 2 Lewis

Listed with him is Helen E. music teacher, bds 1 1/ 2 Lewis
1906 Auburn NY City Directory
(1907-1908) - Still Reads the Advertiser - Has been a reader of the paper for more than 60 years
George W. Salisbury of No. 1 ½ Lewis Street is surely worthy of honorable mention. For a space of over 60 years, he has been a continuous and ardent reader of the Auburn Journal and the Daily Advertiser. Mr. Salisbury’s father, David Salisbury, a prominent Whig, resided in the town of Ledyard. The elder Salisbury in 1856 became an ardent Republican and remained so until the end of his life. He came to Auburn and served his country in the war of the Rebellion. His son, George W. Salisbury,...Read MORE...



Auburn Semi-Weekly Journal
Auburn, New York
(1907-1908) Exact date unknown
Auburn, Cayuga, New York
Chauncey L. Hickock, Notary Public, states that he was presented with family bible showing record of David Salisbury, head of family, b. January 17, 1799, married March 10, 1819. Record of four children. George W. Salisbury is the 4th child, b. July 10, 1836.
The National Archives
Auburn, Cayuga, New York
Document states that George W. Salisbury lived in Aurora until about 1871, then moved to Auburn. He is 70 years old and asks for pension of $15/ month. He was born in Levana, Cayuga County, NY. He currently lives at 1 1/ 2 Lewis St., Auburn, NY. Witnesses: Hartman Carr (known 40 years) and Benjamin Owens (known 25 years). Both witnesses are from Auburn, NY.
The National Archives
1908
Salisbury, George W. K, 111th N.Y.V.I.
GAR ROSTER Auburn NY 1908 (members.aol.com/gendata54/gar.html)
1910
George is living at 1 1/ 2 Lewis St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York at the age of 73, retired. Caroline is 66 (mother of 4 children). Helen E. is 44, a teacher.
1910 U.S. Census

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Birds Eye View, Looking Towards Well's College, Aurora, N.Y.
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Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)
Main Street looking South, Aurora, N.Y.
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1910 - BEST REUNION YET - Ranks of 111th Are Thinning but Old Spirit Is There
WITH OLD COMMANDER AGAIN
Hospitality of MacDougall Home to Be Extended to Survivors Next Year

The survivors of the One Hundred and Eleventh N.Y.V. who attended the reunion of the regiment yesterday have nearly all departed for their homes. Before leaving they expressed themselves as delighted with the success of the gathering and with the cordiality of General and Mrs. MacDougall in inviting them to lunch at their beautiful home in South street...

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The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Wednesday, August 31, 1910
1911 - Worcester County, Massachusetts
Document showing state of Massachusetts, county of Worcester, lists George W. Salisbury at the age of 75 living at 1 1/ 2 Lewis St. in Auburn, NY. Witnesses: Charles W. Bergman (known 10 years) and George W. Feige (known 30 years). Both witnesses live in Webster, MA.
The National Archives
1911
Pension increase to $20/ month starting July 12, 1911 - reason: age over 75 years
The National Archives
1912 - Auburn, Cayuga, New York
George W. Salisbury is living at 1 1/ 2 Lewis St. in Auburn, NY. He is 75 years old. His pension will be increased to $30/ month starting May 16, 1912 according to the Act of May 11, 1912.

He is 6 feet 1 1/ 4 inches tall, light complexion, brown eyes, brown hair. He was born July 11, 1836 in Ledyard, NY. He has lived in Aurora and Ledyard up until 3-4 years following his discharge from the Civil War. Since then, he has been living in Auburn, NY. Witnesses: Hartman Carr (known 60 years) and...Read MORE...


The National Archives
1912 Auburn, Cayuga New York
H.R. 17395. George W. Salisbury, aged 76 years, served as a private in Company K, One hundred and eleventh Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry, from August 6, 1862, to June 4, 1865 (2 years 9 months 28 days), and is now a pensioner under the act of February 6, 1907, at $20 per month. Age.

He was formerly pensioned under the act of June 27, 1890 at $12 per month by reason of diarrhea, left varicocele, and disease of stomach.

Address, 1 1/ 2 Lewis Street, Auburn, N. Y.

Board of surgeons, ...Read MORE...


1914 - Married 52 Years - Mr. and Mrs. George W. Salisbury will observe anniversary tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Salisbury, who reside at No. 1 ½ Lewis Street are congratulating themselves that if they live until tomorrow they have reached the fifty-second anniversary of their marriage. Although for the first three years of their married life they did not see each other and were thus forced to dispense with what is commonly known as the honeymoon, Mr. Salisbury says that they have endeavored to stretch that important occasion over the remaining 49 years and from the smiles on the...Read MORE...



The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Wednesday August 19, 1914
1915
Document dated 16 Mar 1915, states that George W. Salisbury lives at 1 1/ 2 Lewis St. in Auburn, NY. He was born on July 11, 1836 in Levanna, Cayuga County, NY. He Married Caroline M. Smith on August 20, 1862 in Auburn, NY. Marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Medad Pomeroy. George W. Salisbury's children are listed as: Helen E. Salisbury, b. Apr 19, 1866; Charlotte M. Salisbury, b. March 21, 1868; Sherman S. Salisbury, b. Oct 4, 1869; Harriet E. Salisbury, b. Nov 1, 1878, d. Feb 3, 1882.
The National Archives
1915
George W. Salisbury's death certificate states that his parents were David Salisbury and Maria Wood. Maria was born in MA. Geroge died of chronic myocarditis.
The National Archives
27 Sept 1915
'In the matter of the claim for pension of Caroline Salisbury, residing at 1 1/ 2 Lewis Street, Auburn, County of Cayuga and State of New York, as widow of George W. Salisbury, late of Company K., 11th Regt. N.Y.I.Vols.

Personally came before me, a Notary Public within and for the County and State aforesaid, Martin Maloney, aged 84 years, residing at Aurora, County of Cayuga and State of New York, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in...Read MORE...


The National Archives
1915 Death
18 September 1915
Auburn, New York, USA
1989 - This week in history… 75 Years Ago…
Jan 28, 1914: George W. Salisbury, 1 1/ 2 Lewis St., is the proud owner of a file of the 'Free Press', a paper which was printed in Auburn's early days on the west corner of South and Genesee Streets, where Colby's Telegraph School is now located, by one Richard Oliphant.
The files of the paper extend from May 31, 1826 to May 21, 1828. The slogan of the paper is 'The Tyrants Foe and the People's Friend.' It was four pages, published every Wednesday.
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The Citizen
Auburn, New York
Sunday, January 29, 1989
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