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Frederick and Cora Salmen's 71 Acre Farm Grafton Nebraska , 1915

The Salmen Family

Salmen Places of Interest

Fred and Cora Salmen Family Home

Near Road 3 and Road C

Sutton, Nebraska


46.40’05.76”  North Latitude

97.46’36.57” West Longitude

Elevation: 1623’


Wesley Salmen

511 East Cedar

Sutton Nebraska


40.36’35.39”  North Latitude

97.51’07.77” West Longitude

Elevation: 1697’

Irma Salmen-Boren-Smith

151 West Flint Street

Ventura, CA


Irma Salmen-Boren-Smith-Ledbetter-Smith

160 Center Street

Ventura, CA

Velma Boren - Vincent

704 East Grinnell Drive

Burbank, CA 91501

Salmen/Boren Properties 1921 - 1941

The Blue Properties; a farmhouse and farm located at 1213 Road 4, McCool Junction,

and a farm and farmhouse located in Lushton were owned by John William Boren.

The Red Property in Sutton/Grafton, near Road 3 and Road C was the 71-acre farm and farmhouse owned by Frederick Salmen.

The Blue and Red Property was owned by J.W. Boren, Howard's father, but was farmed by Howard and Irma (Salmen) Boren until 1936, three years after Howard's death on November 27, 1933 at the age of 34.

The Red Properties in York was where Irma (Salmen) Boren relocated in 1936. 

Over the years from 1936 to 1941, Irma rented two large properties (not at the same time) and ran them as boarding residences for student attending York College.

Fred and Cora Salmen Farmhouse

Near Road 3 and Road C

Sutton, Nebraska

Sutton Cemetery

Burial site of Salmen Family

For The History of Railroads in Nebraska

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