In 1905 Salomon married Rachel Isaac Klepman. The next year he left the union, because he took up a different occupation. In 1909 he returned to the trade and the union and had divorced Rachel as well. In 1910 is he was in Borgerhout (Antwerp) briefly. In addition to finding work there, he met his new wife Esther van Dam. In 1911 the couple married and settled in Amsterdam, where that same year their first daughter was born: Catharina. Five years later their daughter Celine was born. In 1914 Salomon – unemployed in Amsterdam – was in Antwerp briefly. He returned fairly quickly, presumably because of the First World War, which disrupted the Antwerp diamond industry.
In 1921 he moved to Antwerp for work again, returning only in 1922. In Antwerp Salomon continued to pay his ANDB dues, so that upon his return he would remain eligible for the support the union provided its members. From 1930 to 1933 is Salomon was more often unemployed than at work. Luckily, he received benefits from the ANDB.