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Fred R. Salway, born 11 December 1876, Hudson, Lenawee Co., MI; died 24 February 1968, Portland Multnomah Co., OR; buried at Sunny Hill, Lake Oswego, Clackamas Co., OR; married 23 April 1906, Springfield, OH, Angeline L. Stricker, born 23 April 1882, Laura, Miami Co., OH; died 25 February 1970,  Knoxville, Knox Co., TN. They had two children, Ellen Elizabeth, known as  Beth, born 14 March 1910, Portland, and Victor Cedric, born 24 January 1912, Portland. He was divorced. From 1938 until his death he lived with his daughter and three grandchildren at Sunny Hill, Lake Oswego.

Mr. Salway received an LLB. from the University of Oregon Law Department,  then located in Portland, in 1907 and was admitted to the Bar in 1908. For over half a century he was the Multnomah County Law Librarian; the law library, operated by a private corporation, was in the Multnomah County Court House. He was admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.

He attended public schools in Hillsdale, MI, graduated from Cleary College in Ypsilanti, MI in 1890 and attended the University of Michigan. He was an instructor at Kenyon College, Gambier, OH and organized the Department of Commercial Science and taught Contracts and Bills and Notes at Whitworth College, then in Tacoma, WA, before he moved to Portland in 1907.

[submitted by Sally Ryan Tomlinson, grandchild]