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251 Divorced in Chelsea, VT. Family F1110
 
252 Divorced in Dade County, FL Family F1601
 
253 Divorced in Ft. Myers, FL. Family F556
 
254 Divorced in Pinellas County, FL Family F837
 
255 Divorced in Putnam County, FL Family F511
 
256 Divorced in Reno, NV. Family F552
 
257 Divorced in Rockwell County, TX Family F628
 
258 Divorced Travis County, TX Family F2237
 
259 Donald is a twin of Dale. Loyer, Donald (I193)
 
260 Donald received a Bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama in 1942, while playing on the football team in the position of Fullback & generally known as the star of the Crimson Tide football team. He received a Master's degree from the University of Alabama in 1946. Donald received his Doctoate of Education from New York State University. Donald was discharged from the Infantry with the rank of Captian after 3 years of service overseas.
Donald started his duties as a football coach at the Jacksonville (Alabama) State Teachers College on September 2, 1946. In the next 20 years he won 7 conference championships, 3 bowl games, never lost a home game & had 1 undefeated season.
On July 6, 1969, the new athletic dormitory at Jacksonville State Univerity was named the Don Salls Dormitory by House Joint Resolution No. 45 of the Legislature of Alabama, both houses thereof concurring, & approved by the Governor of Alabama as a fitting tribute to the outstanding services of Coach Salls. He restored football on the campus from a level of mediocrity to a level that has gained the respect of the public & of the coaches of opposing teams. Donald is a gentleman of dignity, scholarship & high moral principles.
Donald has promoted an Instant Exercise health program based on isometric exercise schedules & diet control, that has attained a degree of national publicity though full page advertisments in Sunday Magazine Supplements, for example in the Washington (D.C.) Star of May 17, 1964 & January 30, 1966, organized for mail order response.
Donald has also promoted a franchise system for the distribution of special exercise equipment used in gymnasiums for men & women.
Donald's address was P.O. Box 610, Anniston, Alabama in 1970.

From The Crimson White, the University of Alabama Newspaper (online) August 2003:

Gilmer, Salls honored with NAA athlete award
From staff reports
August 06, 2003

Former Crimson Tide football stars Harry Gilmer and Donald Salls will receive the National Alumni Association's Paul W. Bryant Alumni-Athlete Award at the Alabama-Oklahoma football game on Sept. 6.

The criteria for selection of the award given to a former Alabama athlete include character, contribution to society, professional achievement or success and service to humanity. Presenting the award at the halftime ceremony will be UA President Robert Witt, athletics director Mal Moore, NAA President Jim Givan, NAA President-elect Andre Taylor, UA director of alumni affairs Pat Whetstone and A-Club President Lamonde Russell.

One of the Tide's all-time greats, Gilmer was a three-time All-America and All-SEC honoree. He was named the SEC Player of the Year in 1945. While playing for legendary Tide coach Frank Thomas, he passed for 3,108 yards and 32 touchdowns. He added 25 more scores on the ground during his career. The versatile quarterback did almost everything for Alabama, leading the team in passing, rushing, punting, punt returns, kickoff returns and passes intercepted. Under Gilmer's leadership, Alabama finished the 1945 season with an undefeated 10-0 record and ranked third in the nation.

He was selected first in the 1948 pro draft by the Washington Redskins and was the first Alabama player to ever be the first pick in the draft. Following an outstanding nine-year playing career with the Redskins and Detroit Lions, he went into coaching. After two assistant coaching stops in Pittsburgh and Minnesota, he established another first for a former Alabama player. Hired by Detroit in 1965, he became the first Tide player to become a coach in the NFL.

Donald Salls played football for the Tide's 1941 national championship squad. Despite being undersized even for those times, Salls was able to make the Alabama first team at fullback and linebacker. His 1941 team was named champions by the Houlgate Index System, which was used in Illustrated Football and The Football Thesaurus, two popular football magazines of the time. Alabama capped off the season with a victory over Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl. He scored many touchdowns in his playing career, the most famous coming on a 76-yard interception return against Kentucky in 1940.

Salls graduated with a degree in physical education from the University in 1942 and earned a graduate degree in the same field in 1946. After leaving the University, he was offered the opportunity to become the head football coach at Jacksonville State University with the ranking of an associate professor. He accepted the position and over a 22-year career he led the Gamecocks to seven conference titles. He was the winningest coach in JSU football history. Salls, who was awarded the title of professor emeritus at JSU, is a member of the JSU Athletic Hall of Fame and the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame.

In 1962, Salls pioneered a national program of isometric exercises that has been featured in Reader's Digest, in national newspapers and on national television programs. He has served as president of three corporations in conjunction with this business, and authored Live and Love To Be 100 in 1995.

 
Salls, Donald Joseph (I1372)
 
261 Donald was living in St. Petersburg, FL in 2004. Rhea, Donald (I5985)
 
262 Donald was not married as of 1970.
He was living in Boston, New York in 1970. 
Meyer, Donald (I3714)
 
263 Donna was living in New Hampshire in 1970. Searles, Donna (I2723)
 
264 Doris was living in Tomofobia, Stanstead County, Quebec, Canada in 1968. Salls, Doris May (I2987)
 
265 Dorman settled in Clearwater, Florida in 1932 & ran a diary there for many years. With his son, Wendell, 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.
Dorman retired in 1965 leaving his son, Wendell, to carry on the business of the ranch.
Dorman was living at 101 South Aurora Avenue, Clearwater, Florida in 1970. At the same time he was involved in several real estate deals, one of the more important of which was the development of a residential tract a short distance east of Clearwater, Florida.
Dorman's hobbies included golf, Fishing, hunting, & flying a two motor Piper Airplane all over North America, including Canada.

SSN 267-74-0229

 
Salls, Dorman Aldis (I2232)
 
266 Dorothy's father, Claude, was living with her at 346 Eastern Avenue, Lynn, Massachusetts in 1941.
 
Salls, Dorothy Adeline (I1033)
 
267 Drowned at age 30 years old. Horace was a guide in the New York State forests for ten years. Salls, Horace John (I3525)
 
268 Drowned. McCormack, Lawrence Edward (I69)
 
269 Duncan's baptism was sponsored by Enoch Salls (1775-1833), Benjamin Salls (1796-1865)& Lucy (Curtis)Salls (1797-1837).
He was listed as 32 years old in the 1861 Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada census.
He was a member of the St. George Episcopal Church.
His farm on Noyan River Road included a cemetery. The farm buildings burned down & he moved to Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada where he & his family lived for a time in the old Edmond Beerwort home that was later occupied by Mrs. Joe Loyer (Lottie Loyer). After a fire there, the house was rebuild & a square roof added.
Duncan's grave is located just inside the gate of the cemetery. There is no gravestone. He is buried with his wife, Mary; Daughter, Helen & infant son, Lester. 
Salls, Duncan Cameron (I49)
 
270 Dwight was living in Gilnes Corner, Quebec, Canada (near Beebe, Quebec, Canada) during his years in the quarry. Salls, Dwight Arthur (I823)
 
271 Earl moved to Florida around 1956.
Earl was the owner & operator of a Stanard Oil Agency & neighborhood store in February 1967, located on U.S. Highway 19 & Curlew Road in Palm Harbor, Florida, about 2 miles north of Dunedin, Florida.

SSN 008-09-6294

 
Salls, Earl Omer (I2237)
 
272 Earl Salls was a 40 year resident of Saranac Lake, NY, when he died in 1955.

SSN: 680-09-1376
Earl registered for the WWI draft in Fulton County, NY, and his registration card is available for viewing on Ancestry.com. 
Salls, Earl Gibson (I3393)
 
273 Edgar lived in Chelsňa, Vermont Campbell, Edgar Edward (I3323)
 
274 Edgar was a farmer on Range 4, Lot 7, in Martow, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.
Edgar died from Cerebral Hemmorrhage. 
Salls, Edgar Dwight (I815)
 
275 Edith died from Cancer of the Kidney.
The 1904 birth date on the gravestone is an error. 
Salls, Edith Jane (I1614)
 
276 Edna is probable mother of these children. No evidence supports this theory. Family F1006
 
277 Education:
Elementary School in Lockes Mills, Maine.
Mechanics Falls High School, graduted in 1930.
Teachers College Summer School.

Hazel was living at 10 Elm Street, Freeport, Maine in 1968. 
Salls, Hazel Alberta (I2279)
 
278 Education:
Lockes Mills Schools
Gould Academy graduated 1939
Spent two years at a New York College
Spent several months in Paris, France & again in Switzerland.

Rita was living & working in Goure, Niger Republic, West Africa in 1968. 
Salls, Rita Elizabeth (I2282)
 
279 Education:
Lockes Mills Schools
Woodstock High School graduated 1932
Barrington Bible College of Providence, Rhode Island.

Eunice was living at 621 South Street, Zanesville, Ohio in 1968, and was mmployed by the Christian Childrens Service in Kentucky & Ohio.

From the Advertiser Democrat Newpaper (May/7/2005)

SALEM, NJ - Eunice D. Salls, 90, of Salem, NJ, died in New Jersey April 27, 2005.

She was born in Locke Mills on January 9, 1915, the fourth of six daughters born to George and Mable Salls. She was educated in local schools and graduated from Woodstock High School class of 1932 as salutatorian. She put herself through Providence Bible Institute, had worked in New Hampshire, held Bible clubs in the Kentucky Mountains, and in Zanesville, OH.

At the request of a church which supported her in New Jersey, she moved there to help them. While there, Dot Butler was very good to her, furnishing a home and helping in many other ways. She was like a sister to her. Miss Salls' family much appreciated all she did, since they could not be there for her. She was ill for many years, and Dot was there for whatever she needed.

They rejoice that she is now free from her weak body and is with the Lord.

Miss Salls is survived by three sisters, Hazel (Salls) Ford of Mechanic Falls, Avis (Salls) Ellingwood of South Paris and Rita Salls, a retired missionary, of Florida as well as many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents; sisters, Gladys Ellingwood and Maude Newell and a nephew.

Funeral services were held at the Andrews Funeral Home, 64 Andrews Road, South Woodstock on Monday, May 2 at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Jim Beliasov officiating. Burial was in the Wayside Cemetery, West Paris.

 
Salls, Eunice Delphina (I2280)
 
280 Education:
South Bethel, Maine elementary schools.
Woodstock High School - graduated 1924.
Teachers College Summer School.

She was living in West Paris, Maine in 1968. 
Salls, Gladys May (I2277)
 
281 Edward and his family are listed in the 1930 Census as being at 76 Livermore Road, Campton, Grafton, NH, District 8. His occupation was listed as a Foreman in a Pulp Mill. Salls, Edward Herman (I2252)
 
282 Edward died from General paralysis of the insane & arterioschlerosis. Salls, Edward (I502)
 
283 Edward is not directly related to anyone in this database. His family history is here as a point of interest. Struthers, Edward James (I3666)
 
284 Edward was living in Barre, VT in 2002. Salls, Edward Leonard (I3300)
 
285 Edwin was baptized by Reverand Henry Lanton. Salls, Edwin Nelson (I558)
 
286 Elaine was living in France in 1963. Bouiller, Elaine (I2490)
 
287 Eleanor was from Coopersville, NY. Pelletier, Eleanor (I5825)
 
288 Eleanor was living at 1801 Vermont Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada in 1972. Holman, Eleanor Dorothy (I3089)
 
289 Elihu, Helen, and Ellen appear to have been triplets? Pratt, Elihu A. (I455)
 
290 Elihu, Helen, and Ellen appear to have been triplets? Pratt, Helen (I456)
 
291 Elihu, Helen, and Ellen appear to have been triplets? Pratt, Ellen (I457)
 
292 Eliza (Eubank) was living in Indiana in 1999. Salls, Eliza Jessie (I3020)
 
293 Eliza died from Senility - atheoma ch. myocarditis. Sheller, Lydia Elizabeth (I461)
 
294 Elizabeth died from Arterio schlerosis & a fracture of the neck of the left femur due to an accidental fall out of bed. Perkins, Elizabeth E. Lydia (I148)
 
295 Elizabeth died in childbirth, neither mother or child survived. Hall, Elizabeth (I6422)
 
296 Elizabeth is buried with her daughter, Rachael. Salls, Elizabeth (I332)
 
297 Elizabeth never married.
She had lived with her mother, Ida, in Sutton, Quebec, Canada. 
Hight, Elizabeth (I1628)
 
298 Elizabeth was a co-sponsor of several baptisms in Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada: September 26, 1819 with George Salls (1781-1872) & Phebe Wait at the baptism of Phebe Roxana Gibbs; unknown date with Abraham Salls (ca 1801-1876) & George Salls (1781-1872) at the baptism of Ira Flagg, Jr., son of Ira & Nancy Flagg. Danford, Elizabeth (I657)
 
299 Elizabeth'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.

Nancy Otis states Elizabeth Danford above was Daniels wife, however Carroll Salls lists her as Elizabeth Tryon, same birth and death dates. There is another Elizabeth Danford who was married to George Field Salls Sr. with similar birth and death dates (but not identical). It is unknown which is correcr and if the two Elizabeth Danfords were related or even the same person? 
Danford, Elizabeth (I341)
 
300 Ella was a twin of Nellie.
She was living in Cambridge, Massachussetts in 1930.
Ella was living in Long Beach, California in 1957-1965.
SSN 566-36-1651
 
Salls, Ella Mary (I27)
 

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