Salls Family Ancestry



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1101 Tyler is listed as graduating from Whitcomb High School in Randolph, VT, and as being awarded the William F. Washburn Memorial Award in the Randolph, VT Herald newspaper edition of 6/26/2003. Salls, Tyler Steven (I4744)
1102 Typist in 1968 for the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT. Salls, Diana Rae (I916)
1103 UNKNOWN died prior to her marriage to Charles. Family F1031
1104 UNKNOWN died prior to Klaire's marriage to Charles. Family F1032

BANGOR - Vera E. Small, 76, died Nov. 26, 2003, at a Bangor healthcare facility. She was born Feb. 16, 1927, in Kenduskeag, the daughter of Merritt and Bula (Fitz) Salls. Vera was raised in Corinth, and was graduated from East Corinth Academy as valedictorian in 1945. She worked at Bangor Nursing Center for 16 years and volunteered there after her retirement. After her retirement, she and her husband, Philip, spent many happy years trout fishing in Central Maine. She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Philip A. Small of Bangor; four children, Ronald Philip Small and his wife, Linda, of Corinth, Susan Jane and her husband, Dr. Dennis Roncek, of Omaha, Neb., Kirk Frederick Small and his wife, Karon, of Milford, Heather Jane Pelkey of Bangor; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one brother, Loring Salls of Bangor; many nieces and nephews including one special niece, Carol Turner of Colorado. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by one sister, Eleanor Rubbicco; one brother, John Salls; four grandchildren, Cameron Small, Rebecca Pelkey, Larry Pelkey Jr., and Alan Oxley Jr. She will be remembered by many special friends and neighbors. Interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery in Bangor. Gifts in her memory may be made to the Bangor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Recreation Fund, 103 Texas Ave., Bangor. Arrangements by Memorial Alternatives, 1225 Broadway, Bangor,

Salls, Vera Ethel (I1090)
1106 Vera was living in Niagara Falls, New York in June 1968. Wright, Vera (I889)
1107 Volney enlisted in the Union Army of the Civil War on 05 September 1861 and listed his residence as Goshen, VT. at the time. It is believed that he died from injuries in the war. Salls, Volney (I489)
1108 Walling's Map dated 1864 shows A. Salls on Range 2 Lot 16 in Brome Township.

Abraham was a co-sponsor of a baptism in Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada: unknown date with George Salls (1781-1872) & Elizabeth Danford (1783-1857) at the baptism of Ira Flagg, Jr., son of Ira & Nancy Flagg.

Inscriptions on Abraham's gravestone are in the 75th year of his age & I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith 
Salls, Abraham (I275)
1109 Walter and his family were living in West Boylston, MA in December 2003. Mahoney, Walter (I5807)
1110 Warren and Leonard are twins. Wilson, Warren (I730)
1111 Warren and Leonard are twins. Wilson, Leonard (I731)
1112 Wayne was living in Herndon, VA in 1999. Salls, Wayne Lee (I3299)

ESSEX JUNCTION/MILTON-Wendell E. Morse, 88, of Willey's Court, formerly of Sheldon Road in Milton, died Sunday morning Sept. 2, 2001, in the Vermont Respite House in Williston following a short illness.

Mr. Morse was born May 12, 1913 in Greensboro, the son of Thomas P. and Abbie Salls Morse. On July 14, 1939, Wendell married Frances Bernaby. For many years Wendell and his wife owned and operated a farm in North Farrisburg. A charter Member of LaPlatt Grange in Shelburne, Wendell also belonged to the Friendship Lodge # 24 F&AM in Charlotte. He and his wife enjoyed being involved with 4-H and serving as Project Leader for many events.

While living in North Farrisburg, Wendell served as both selectman and school director. He was extrememly proud of the fact that he was instrumental in having an elementary school built in the Town of Farrisburg.

Mr. Morse was employed by the Vermont Heating and Ventilating Co. until his retirement in 1982.

Wendell is survived by his wife, Frances, to whom he had been married to for over 62 years, of Essex Junction and their three children, Thomas P. Morse and his wife Sue of New Mexico, Wendell E. Morse Jr. of Florida, Margaret L. Canfield and her husband Fred of Essex Jct., and 13 grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. His brother, James Morse and his wife Marge of Florida and Vernon, Vt., and Don Morse of Whitefield, Maine. His sister Phyllis Stromberg of Putney and several neices and nephews.

He was predeceased by a daughter Carol Frances Morse on Nov. 18, 1987. Two brothers Reginald in 1969, Robert in 1995, and a sister Margaret Blenderman also in 1995

A funeral service will be held in Friday Sept. 7, 2001 at 2 p.m. in the Minor Funeral Home with Reverend Kim Ransom officiating.

For those who wish, memorial contributions may be made to either The Milton Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 15, Milton Vt., 05468, or Essex Rescue, P.O. Box 124, Essex Junction, Vt., 05453-0124

Morse, Wendell E. (I2710)
1114 Wendell settled with his parents, Dorman & Pearl, in Clearwater, Florida in 1932 & helped run a diary there for many years. With his father, Dorman, he developed a 3,000 acre ranch near Lake Tarpon, Florida to support over 500 head of beef cattle (registered Charolais & Chabray cattle) under the the DS brand. A few prize cattle were valued up to $6,000 a head. The average value of the 500 head of breeding cattle was said to be about $1,000 a head, for a total of $500,000 in cattle & his 3,000 acre ranch valued at $3,000,000.

Wendell's father, Dorman, retired in 1965 leaving Wendell to carry on the business of the ranch.
Salls, Wendell Aldis (I2796)
1115 Were Reginald III and Wendy twins? Ford, Reginald (I3772)
1116 Were Reginald III and Wendy twins? Ford, Wendy Marie (I3773)
1117 Wessy was living in the house next door to the general store in the center of Clarnceville, Quebec, Canada in August 1968. She also lived across the street from the old St. George Episcopal Anglican Church (Church of England) erected in 1818. She told Dr. Floy S. Hyde (Salls) (1902) that, prior to 1959, many Salls family graves had been moved from the church graveyard to other cemeteries where Salls family descendants have lots. Curtis, Wessy Mary (I72)
1118 Wilbur graduated from the Academy in Underhill, Vermont in 1870 at 17 years old. He then went to work for Roby Brothers contractors & builders in Burlington, Vermont, where Wilbur was an apprentice for three years.
Wilbur & his Brother, Richard, organized the partnership, Spear Brothers Contractors & Builders, Shop & Millwork, in 1889. The two brothers were very active & sucessful, well known & respected builders in Burlington, Vermont until Wilbur's death.
Wilbur was the organizer & foreman of the Star Hose Company, a Volunteer fireman group at a station house near his home at 90 North Winooski Avenue, Burlington, Vermont. 
Spear, Wilbur Olen (I1597)
1119 William and his family are listed in the 1930 Census in Wenonah, Gloucester, NJ, District 34. His occupation at the time is listed as a chicken farmer. Salls, William Hix (I433)
1120 William and his family are listed in the 1930 Census in Wenonah, Gloucester, NJ, District 34. His occupation at the time is listed as a chicken farmer. Pinkham, Loelah Katie (I796)
1121 William died from Influenza. Salls, William (I3799)
1122 William died from Tuberculosis. He was cremated. Johnston, William C. (I1691)
1123 William was born as William S. Priestly. He was only 9 days old when his mother, Lizzie, died. He was adopted by his aunt, Helen, & was generally known as William S. Priestly Howard.
William was married twice, but, we have no dates or names at this time. 
Howard, William S. Priestly (I3071)
1124 William was descendant of the Mansons who founded Mansonville, Quebec, Canada. Manson, William (I567)
1125 William was living in Detroit, Michigan in 1970. Salls, William Burton (I1371)
1126 William's baptism was sponsored by Enoch Salls (1775-1833). Kirtland, William Henry (I293)
1127 Witnesses of Rachel's baptism were: Darius Curtis & Katy Salls. Minister William Squires' church record 53C reported her parents names as Filer & Harvey Salls. Salls, Rachel Jane (I691)
1128 Worth was in the Vermont State Legislature for three years from the Rochester District.
Worth was to have said that Wild Bill James Hitchcock's aunt was a Salls but he did not know her first name (see Sarah Butler, wife of Samuel Salls (1790-1875)). 
Shampeny, Worth Alexander (I3384)
1129 Yvane is living in California in 2001. Morel, Yvane Adrienne (I2467)

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