The Salter Family History

This is a site where you can find information about the history of the Salter family.

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The Salter Family in the Census

Census Freqency of the Surname Salter
1841 Census218
1851 Census1237
1861 Census2058
1871 Census3349
1881 Census5112
1891 Census5352
1901 Census7295
1911 Census8783

Most Frequent Forenames for the Salter Family in the Census

Name 1841 Census 1851 Census 1861 Census 1881 Census 1871 Census 1891 Census 1901 Census 1911 Census Total
William Salter 23 92 148 216 344 331 427 489
Mary Salter 14 88 139 211 280 269 311 299
John Salter 17 93 119 172 230 238 317 330
George Salter 5 61 94 144 191 187 238 258
James Salter 5 52 78 127 152 126 168 190
Elizabeth Salter 10 61 110 150 197 178 233 248
Sarah Salter 8 61 96 125 149 138 135 133
Henry Salter 4 35 60 110 140 149 156 166
Alice Salter 2 6 13 64 120 121 165 176
Thomas Salter 12 46 72 102 136 136 170 189
Charles Salter 6 39 68 83 148 148 181 198
Eliza Salter 6 19 38 66 74 71 61 52
Frederick Salter 1 11 25 47 81 94 128 141
Emily Salter 1 10 37 70 105 90 114 116
Arthur Salter 1 4 11 32 60 80 94 135
Emma Salter 3 52 55 70 94 82 72 66
Edward Salter 2 22 27 43 68 70 80 124
Ellen Salter 4 19 47 83 115 110 116 119
Harry Salter 1 1 5 20 48 45 80 107
Robert Salter 6 23 27 55 80 62 92 91

Your Family History Search

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Etymology and History of the Surname: Salter

View Name: SALTER.

SALTER

Derivation:
Two possible origins both from occupations. The first is an extractor or seller of salt. The Second for a player on the psaltery, a string instrument.

History:
Of Anglo-Saxon Origin it is first recorded in the 13th Century

Linked Surnames:
Salt Sallter Sulter Saltman Salterman Saltier Saltire

 



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