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201 Dale is a twin to Donald. Loyer, Dale (I192)
 
202 Dana was adopted by Jeannie and Lawrence. Her birth mother is Susan Byers, and she has a biological half sister named Lindi Lott. Benson, Dana Nicole (I110)
 
203 Daniel died from Cerebral Embolism. Salls, Daniel (I334)
 
204 Daniel died from Lagrippe.

George is listed in the Gazetteer and business directory of Lamoille and Orleans Counties, VT, for 1883-84 in Jay, VT as a farmer at r 14 cor 10. Also at the same location is David Salls, a retired farmer (possibly they meant Daniel, Georges father?). 
Salls, George H. (I466)
 
205 Daniel was a 1951 high school graduate in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He entered the U.S. Air Force in April 1952 & took basic training at Sampson Air Force Base in New York. He was then assigned to the armorer school at Lowery Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado. Daniel was assigned to overseas duty in Japan where he was an airman third class in the 68th Fighter Interceptor Squadron.
Daniel studied for a short time in a school for commercial artists & illustrators after he was discharged from the Air Force, but, the opportunities in that field did not appear to be very attractive at that time.
Daniel was not married & was living with his mother, Hazel, in Seward, Pennsylvania as of 1972. 
Stroup, Daniel Charles (I1687)
 
206 Daniel was a member of the St. George Anglican Church.
Daniel & his uncle, Benjamin Salls (1796-1865), witnessed the burial of his father, Enoch Salls on August 26, 1833 in Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada.
Daniel was appointed on June 20, 1836 & on May 27, 1837 as a Commissioner for summary court action on small causes in St. Thomas, Rouville County, Lower Canada. (Document 132 - January 21, 1837).
Benjamin Salls (1796-1865) was sworn in before Daniel, on February 3, 1838.
On October 6, 1838 Daniel petioned to the Lt. Governor of the Province of Upper Canada for a land grant. He stated that he was a resident of the St. George Parish, District of Montreal, & that he was a discharged private of the late Glengarry Regiment of Light Infantry. He also stated that he had not received any land & that he he wished a grant of 100 acres in the Midland District of Upper Canada. The Council denied the grant on October 11, 1838 on the grounds that Daniel was not a resident of Upper Canada, but actully a resident of Rouville County, Lower Canada. 
Salls, Daniel Darius (I129)
 
207 Daniel was known to his friends & neighbors as Dandy Dan, a rather simple & absent-minded fellow who got dressed up one bright & sunny morning in his Sunday clothes & started off to church without his shoes. His reputation as a Dandy was supported by the fact that he always managed to keep a smart horse & buggy.
Daniel was a member of the Methodist Church.

His farm was kn Concession 4, 69 acres in Lot 12 & 43 acres in Lot 11, which was located four lots north out of the center of Clarenceville Village on the west side of the road. (Source: Walling's Map of 1864.)
1841 - Daniel signed the Noyan Petition.
1861 - Other members of Daniel & Catherine's household were:
Jane Bullock - 17 years old.
Emily Emrick - 17 years old.
Infant - 1 year old.
John Salls - 36 years old. (Owner of 96 acres in Concession 4, Lot 8).
1881 - Daniel's name was identified by the number 112 & his birth date is listed as 1812 in the biographical section of the H. Belden & Co. Illustrated Atlas of the Dominion of Canada, on page 81.

 
Salls, Daniel (I664)
 
208 Daniel was one of 111 members listed in the 1804-1823 minutes of the Nelson Masionic Lodge of Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada. He requested withdrawel from that lodge in protest of a move to obtain a warrent from England on October 30, 1823. But, George Salls (1781-1872) agreed to pay Daniel's part of the fee for registration in the Grand Lodge of England under the District Grand Lodge at Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This difference of opinion resulted in a split into two lodges. (Source: Freemasonry in Bedford, Quebec, Canada, by: Homer A. Mitchell, Past Grand Master, 124 pages published about 1945.)

Daniel's gravestone was found in 1941 by Worth A. Shampeny of Rochester, Vermont. It had two insriptions:
Elizabeth, wife of D. Salls, died December 24, 1857, age 72 years.
Mr. Daniel Salls, died February 1845, age 61 years. 
Salls, Daniel (I270)
 
209 Daniel's pension certificate number is 44407.
He died on a railroad freight car between Washington, D.C. & Alexandria, Virginia when the train went under a bridge & he was carried off the top of the car.
Daniel's wife, Priscillia, in her first application for a pension, claimed no children, but, a child, Jessie was born to her on September 18, 1864 in Tennesee. The official file indicated some question as to who was the father. Soon after the end of the war she went to Dayton, Ohio, where she lived with a brother, V.S. Pottle at 14 Brown Street. Her behavior & reputation were not good. Priscilla was said to be living as wife to her brother, & was belivied to have a son by him. Another brother was in prison for murder. In view of her character, or apparent lack of it, it was probably best that Daniel's life with her was so short. 
Salls, Daniel (I3050)
 
210 DAR ID Number: 29541
Born in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Wife of James E. Salls.
Descendant of Capt. Jeremiah Marston, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of James C. Powell and Louise W. Blood, his wife.
Granddaughter of Sylvester Blood and Tabitha Marston (1787-1831), his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Marston and Lydia (Webster) Cummings, his second wife.
Jeremiah Marston, served as lieutenant and captain in the New Hampshire Line. He was born in Hampton, N. H., 1745, and died there.

 
Powell, Emma (I833)
 
211 DAR ID Number: 29542
Born in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Wife of Burton Libby.
Descendant of Capt. Jeremiah Marston.
[p.195] Daughter of James E. Salls and Emma M. Powell, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Powell and Louise Blood, his wife.

 
Salls, Caroline Louise (I834)
 
212 Darby assisted in the research for the 1973 book Salls Families of the United States and Canada written by Carroll M. Salls. Darby had an active interest in Salls family genealogy. In 1970 Darby was living with his mother, Ellen, & his father, Milton, at 176 van Rensselaer Blvd., Albany, New York. In 1971 his address was RFD 2, Box 394B, Averill Park, New York. In 2002 when he died he was living with his mother at 9 Pine Lane, Cambridge, NY.

Darby was a member of the SAR. 
Livingston, Darby Gary (I2344)
 
213 Darren was killed by a drunk driver in his 20's. Atkins, Darren (I3347)
 
214 Daryl is living in New Hampshire in 2001. Salls, Darryl Lee (I2461)
 
215 David died from Strep Throat.
He was sick only two days. 
Oriol, David Philip (I1706)
 
216 David is a twin to Robert. David and his family were living in Holden, MA in December of 2003. Oriol, David (I1823)
 
217 David received his early education in Derby Centre, Vermont, then in Manchester, New Hampshire, where his brother was superintendent of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company. Then he went to Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada to live with his sister, Mrs. B.C. Howard (Helen Salls) & family. He worked briefly for a grocery store, then went to into the lumber business with his brother-in-law, Benjamin, & nephew, Charles.
David was a highly respected citizen of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada for many years. He was formally a Methodist & a Liberal, becoming an Anglican when he married, & was a member of St. Peter's Church.
He was a member of the firm B.C. Howard & Company, handling over 10 million feet of sawed lumber & 30-50 thousand cord of pulpwood yearly. David sold his share of the company to the Howards when his health declined.

He was also active in:
Sherbrooke Iron Works, Ltd.
B & L Manufacturing Company
St. Lawrence Lumber Industrial Company
Sherbrooke Tile & Brick Company
International Lumber Company
Normount Realty Company
Vendome Boulevard Company

He was also a:
Life Member & Governor of the Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada Hospital
Past President & active member of the Sherbrooke Rotary Club
Past President & active member of the Snowshoe Club
Honorary President of the Wales Home
Member of the Board of trustees of Stanstead Collage
Member of the St. Georges Club
Member of the Sherbrooke Country Club
Member of the Sherbrooke Curling Club
Director of the Sherbrooke Trust Company
Director of the St. Lawrence Corporation
(Source: Page 260 in Men of Today in the Eastern Townships, Quebec published in 1917 by Sherbrooke Record Company. Biographical section compliled by Erastus G. Pierce.)

David lived for a number of years at Lake Frontier, Quebec, Canada.
He lived at 328 Ontario Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada in 1960.
David's large gravestone is located on a hilltop at the south end of the cemetery about 100 yards south of the lot for his brother-in-law, Benjamin Howard. 
Salls, David Johnson (I477)
 
218 David's SSN 126-09-7099
David was a resident of Grand View, Orangetown, Rockland County, New York for 15 years.
David died from Arterio Schlerotic Heart Disease. 
Salls, David Max Albert (I3095)
 
219 Death Certificate: Vol:1557 Cert: 5674 Pinellas County, FL.

John and Irene are listed in the 1930 Census as living in St. Petersburg, Pinellas, FL, District 22. He was a shop foreman for the railroad. 
Salls, John Henry (I4356)
 
220 Death date may also have been October, 1871. Morse, Nehemiah (I3578)
 
221 Deceased Name: LEIGH SALLS MALLON LAWRENCEVILLE, GA.

Mrs. Leigh Salls Mallon, 50, formerly of Greensboro, N.C., died Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, in Lawrenceville, Ga.

A graveside service will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Green Hill Cemetery in Greensboro.

Leigh was a native of Greensboro but had lived in Lawrenceville, Ga., for several years.

She is survived by her husband, Robert J. Mallon of the home; three sons, Joe, Clint and Brock Mallon of the home; mother Dorothy McCormick Salls of Greensboro, N.C.; father Gene Salls of Asheboro, N.C.; sisters, Lynn Hackett of Greensboro and Leslie Salls of Charlotte. She was preceded in death by her brothers, Mike and David Salls.

The family will receive friends prior to the graveside service on Saturday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at Forbis & Dick North Elm Street Funeral Home. Flowers are welcome, but memorials may be made to American Cancer Society, 6500 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite 260, Duluth, GA 30097.

Leslie and Leigh were twins.

 
Salls, Leigh S. (I5526)
 
222 Delmar Salls established the Alpine Heating Company in 1962. Salls, Delmar Arthur (I1193)
 
223 Delphine was living in Laconia, New Hampshire in 1928. Gagne, Delphine Mary (I1161)
 
224 Derick signed his name as Durick for many years because of a mistake in his Army induction papers.
His address was Lincoln Drive, Tupper Lake, New York in 1968.
His former addressses are in Middlebury, Vermont & North Stratford, New Hampshire.
In 2000 he lived in Pittsford, VT. 
Salls, Derick Foley or Durick (I1393)
 
225 Destiny is an adopted daughter. McDonough, Destiny Amber (I5747)
 
226 Detroit Free Press (MI) - August 31, 2006

Deceased Name: SALLS JOSEPH L August 30, 2006. Age 83.

Beloved husband of the late Claire. Dear father of Diane (Cal) Rix, Sharon (Peter) Rauch, Larry (Charlene) Salls and Bryan (Mary) Salls. Son of the late Joseph and Anna (nee Brazinski). Brother of Agnes Herzig. Also survived by eight grandchildren and one great-grandson.

Visitation at the Ford Funeral Home, 26560 Van Dyke (S. of 11 Mile Rd. or 696 Expressway) Friday from 2-9 p.m. with prayers at 7 p.m. Funeral Mass Saturday 9:30 a.m. St. Cletus Catholic Church, 26244 Ryan (S. of 11 Mile Rd.). Entombment Resurrection Cemetery.

 
Salls, Joseph L. (I6686)
 
227 Dewey genealogy and family history. Compiled by Louis Marinus Dewey, Westfield, Massachusetts, 1898.

Erastus Williams, b. April 17, 1839, at Eagle Point; d. Oct. 7, 1883, ag. 44, at Mendota, Ill.; m. Jan. 3, 1867, at Troy Grove, Celinda Dewey Hickok, dau. of William Alonzo and Polly (Butler), b. Sept. 3, 1839, at Troy Grove; they had Martha Edna, b. Oct. 30, 1874, at Clay Center, Kan.; living at Troy Grove, Ill., in 1898.

 
Hickock, Celinda (I4615)
 
228 Died 14 hours after birth. Salls, Stephen Robert (I948)
 
229 Died after spending 17+ years in the Vermont State Hospital for the Insane. Richards, Jane (I2205)
 
230 Died as an infant. Hall, UNKNOWN (I998)
 
231 Died as an infant. Baxter, Howard (I1000)
 
232 Died at 104 years old. Wilson, Corrine (I6426)
 
233 Died at about 1 month of age. Salls, UNKNOWN (I3)
 
234 Died at about 1 month of age. Salls, UNKNOWN (I7)
 
235 Died at age 2 days old. Robinson, James Melrose (I1665)
 
236 Died at age 5 weeks. Dupras, Donald (I4390)
 
237 Died at birth. Salls, UNKNOWN (I2814)
 
238 Died at birth. Salls, Christopher Jason (I3317)
 
239 Died at birth. Wood, Michael Alan (I4587)
 
240 Died from combat fatique incurred during World War II. Squires, Donald (I1381)
 
241 Died in 1993 of heart problems.

SSN 581-76-6541

 
Salls Gonzalez, Josť Miguel (I4009)
 
242 Died of a malignant tumor. Salls, Daniel John (I3272)
 
243 Died of cancer. Salls, Ruth Barbara (I1620)
 
244 Died of Cholera. Salls, Myrtie (I4777)
 
245 Died of Cholera. Salls, Archie (I4778)
 
246 Died of Tuberculosis. Salls, May Bell (I2207)
 
247 Died of Tuberculosis. Salls, Basil Alvin (I2309)
 
248 Divoced by husband because of her willfull desertion. Family F522
 
249 Divorced in Burlington, Vermont. Libelant: wife. Cause: Intolerable severity. Family F558
 
250 Divorced in Burlington, VT. Libelant: wife. Cause: Intolerable Severity. Family F557
 

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