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51 A minister, per Mary Ellen Salls. UNKNOWN, UNKNOWN (I4967)
52 A practising physician in Romeo, MI. LEETE, Albert Ely (I5131)
53 A private in Captain Lemuel Pomroy's Company, Col. John Dickerson's Regiment. Enlisted 20 September 1777, discharged 14 October 1777. Service 30 days under Col. Ezra May on the expidition to Saratoga, including travel (112 miles) home. (From page 947 of Mass. Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution.) SEARLES, Solomon (I4920)
54 Aaron came to Alburg, Vermont when he was 18 years old in 1876 with his parents. After his marriage in 1878 he lived in Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada until 1886 when he returned to Alburg, Vermont. CHEESEMAN, Aaron Albert (I149)
55 Abagail was a resident of Brome, Quebec, Canada in 1845 SALLS, Abagail (I2183)
56 About 1839 moved to Winnebago Co, IL, Sugar River precinct. GOODWIN, Apollos (I5165)
57 Abraham was listed as Abraham Searls (or Searles) in the New York State Kings District tax dated December 12, 1779. Abraham's real estate was valued at 25 pounds, his personal property valued at 4 pounds. The total tax on real estate & personal propety was 5 shillings 16 pence.(see also Isaac Salls (ca.1730 - 1800) for more information).
He left Canaan, New York in 1784 & settled on farm lot number 17 in Caldwell Manor, 5th Concession Foucalt, which is now Noyan, Quebec, Canada.
He signed a petition on January 2, 1795 for rent relief in Caldwell Manor, Quebec, Canada. He was granted lot number 1-6 in Potten Township, Quebec, Canada on June 1, 1803. Abraham recieved one of the first land grants in Stanstead Township, Quebec, Canada, which was organized September 27, 1800.
He was one of the 111 members listed by name in the minutes of the Nelson Masonic Lodge of Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada dated 1804 to 1823.
Abraham signed his name as Abram Salls on several church records in Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada as witness to:
(1) the marriage of Gilbert Bush & Lovicy Smith on July 12, 1818 in Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada.
(2) the mariage of Orange Spoor & Jane Friot on September 23, 1818 in Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada (with co-witness Benjamin Salls(1796-1865)).
(3) the mariage of John Scott & Mary Spoor (the widow of John Spoor) on May 7, 1821.
(4) the interment of widow Jane Coulton on September 12,1821 (with co-witness Ira Flagg, his son-in-law). 
SALLS, Abraham (I302)
58 Abram had Lot 28 Range 8 in South Bolton, Quebec, Canada in 1892. SALLS, Abraham (I688)
59 Actual first name in census looks like Maryford? SALLS, Mary (I2541)
60 Ada died of Pneumonia. SALLS, Ada May (I2198)
61 Ada suffered from asthma. In her later years she had the appearance of a frail old lady. Ada ran away from home & married Aaron when she was 16 years old. SALLS, Ada Avis (I54)
62 Ada was a twin of Ida.
Ada never married. 
SALLS, Ada (I574)
63 Ada was not married. CHEESEMAN, Ada Leona (I160)
64 Additional info on this line can be obtained by contacting Stephanie Haaser: WANGLER, Alphonse (I6102)
65 Additional info on this line can be obtained by contacting Stephanie Haaser: STRITTMATTER, Annie (I6103)
66 Adeline was a great-great aunt of Mrs. Beryl Hauver Tremblay of Stanbridge East, Quebec, Canada.
Adeline lost her mind in her later years due to the stress & strain of the times. She was an invalid in the home of her sister, Eliza. 
MAYO, Adeline Richards (I130)
67 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6083)
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6081)
69 Adopted by Mrs. Peterson. LEETE, Freddie R. (I5216)
70 Adopted by Mrs. Willey. LEETE, Herbert (I5215)
71 Adopted. CLARKIN, Christopher (I1914)
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2090)
73 Agnes was the owner of a Circus, left to her by her first husband, William Lake Thatcher. MERSMAN, Agnes (I4634)
74 Agnes's last name may also have been spelled Riviguay. RIVIGUY, Agnes (I2906)
75 Al and Bonita live in South Paris, ME in 2003. ATKINSON, Al (I2571)
76 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10)
77 Albert was adopted from the Franklin Orphan Home in Franklin, New Hampshire.
He lived on a farm in Greensboro, Vermont with his foster parents, Myron Salls (1887) & Blanche Salls (1896-1941), until he ran away to make his own way in the world at age 12.
Albert was living at 1949 Charles Avenue, Union, New Jersay in 1969.

SSN 137-01-2074

Obituary from the Star-Ledger, (NJ) - December 2, 1998

Albert H. Salls, 84, of Union died yesterday in St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston.

A Mass will be offered at 9:15 a.m. Friday in St. Michael's Church, Union, after the funeral from the McCracken Funeral Home, 1500 Morris Ave., Union.

Mr. Salls was a welding contractor and owner of the Metro Welding Co. in Newark for 45 years before retiring many years ago. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus in Union and past president of St. Paul's Church Senior Citizens Group in Irvington.

Born in Wolfeboro, N.H., Mr. Salls lived in Irvington before moving to Union 39 years ago.

Surviving are his wife, Madalen; two sons, Jeffrey and Richard, and two grandchildren.

SALLS, Albert Harney (I2375)
78 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2384)
79 Albert was not married.

Albert's death was self-inflicted. The death certificate was signed by Martha J. Salls, wife of Reed B. Salls.

The 1898 Presbyterian Ministerial Directory ( indicates an ordination date for Albert of 10/29/1896.

The Chenango County, New York Directory, 1902, from, lists Albert C. Salls as Pastor of the Guilford Center Congregational Church in the Town of Guilford.

SALLS, Albert Childs (I2364)
80 Alexander was handicapped in his later years by a mental weakness. STRUTHERS, M.D. Alexander Douglas (I550)
81 Alfred practiced medicine in Champlain, New York for a short time. He then moved to Quincy, Massachuetts where he had a large practice, until a severe attack of pneumonia a few years later forced him to move inland.

The Marlborough, Massachusetts City Directory, 1887-88, from, lists Alfred Salls as being a physician living at House do. 29 Fairmount, Marlborough, Massachusetts, in 1887 & 1888.

After a winter in California & a few years of forced retreat on a farm near Auburn, Maine, he moved his family into Auburn, Maine, where he had an active pratice for many years. He had an excellent reputation for drawing patients to him from various towns in the southeastern part of Maine. Alfred was known as an acute diagnostician & served on the staff of the Trull Hospital in Biddelford, Maine.

The Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine, City Directory, 1908, from, lists Alfred Salls as being a physician living at 66 Goff, with his daughters Grace J. Salls, a teacher, and Helen H. Salls, a student. It is interesting to note there is no mention of his wife in this directory.

In 1909, Alfred had a serious breakdown which led to a move to a less severe climate in Oxford, North Carolina. He lived for eight years at The Oaks, a country home two miles from town, which did wonders in building his constitution. During most of his later years Albert enjoyed the most robust health of his life, living for about nineteen years in the homestead at 411 High Street, Oxford, North Caroina with his wife & daughters. Alfred was called the youngest old man in Oxford when he was over eighty years young.

His home was deeded to his wife on December 1, 1917 & sold to William L. Burwell in 1965.

Alfred and his family are listed in the 1900 US Census in Saco County Maine as living at 29 High Street in Saco.

SALLS, Alfred (I2370)
82 Alice McCarthy may be the same person as Alice McCaffrey, who was the wife of Delburt Salls (1877).The Vital Statistic record on file in Montpelier, Vermont reports that the birth of Alice McCaffrey's son, Stuart, was the third child born to her. MCCARTHY, Alice (I2610)
83 Alice was a blind musician who gave piano lessons in her home in Burlington, VT. SPEAR, Alice E. (I544)
84 Aline died of Coronary Occlusion - Arterio Schlerosis ROSSIER, Aline Stella (I2358)
85 All children living in Niagra Falls, New York as of 1968. WRIGHT, Charles (I887)
86 Allie was the manager & owner of a plywood factory in North Stratford, New Hampshire, a few years after owning the veneer mill, which he sold to the Brown Company prior to 1966.
Allie moved with his family to Tupper Lake, New York where he managed & owned the Oval Wood Dish Company, which was sold prior to 1968 to the Adirondack Plywood Corporation.
Allie retired to his summer camp at Lake Maidstone, Vermont.

SSN 008-03-3456

SALLS, Allie Edgar (I1341)
87 Although it is unconfirmed, there is a report of a gravestone for an Enoch Salls in the Marlington Cemetery in Stanstead County, Quebec, Canada near a gravestone marked Norah, budded on earth to bloom in heaven.

The 1900 US Census lists a Mary Phillips, age 15, born November, 1864, as a niece, living with Mary and Enoch in 1900 in Mooerstown, Clinton County, NY.

SALLS, Enoch (I428)
88 Alton's SSN - 097-28-4457.
He was living on Caughdenoy Road, Central Square, Hastings, Syracuse, New York in 1963.
Alton died from Uremia due to diabetic glomento schlerosis, diabetes mellitus. 
SALLS, Alton G. (I3402)
89 Amaryllis Salls

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. Born in Yonkers, N.Y., Amaryllis W. Salls passed away March 21, 2004, in Walnut Creek, Calif., at age 88.

She was born June 19, 1915, and was a former resident of Alamo, Calif. She graduated from nursing school in 1942 and was associated with Columbia Presbyterian School of Nursing Alumni. She was a member of the St. Paul s Episcopal Church in Walnut Creek. She enjoyed education, art and music.

She is survived by daughters, Elizabeth S. Barra of Chicago, Ill., and Alayne S. Heck of Richland, W.Va.; a son, Roger D. Salls of Stratford, Conn.; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her husband, David M. Salls, on Aug. 7, 1988. Memorial service will be Monday at 10:30 a.m. in the St. Paul s Episcopal Church Chapel, 1924 Trinity Ave., Walnut Creek, Calif.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be sent to Hospice of Contra Costa County.

WOODRUFF, Amaryllis W. (I3123)
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2475)
91 Anastasia died from Acute Myocardial infection due to Coronary Arterio Schlerosis. FLYNN, Anastasia (I2045)
92 Andrew was a lawyer and one of the justices of the New Haven County Court. LEETE, Andrew (I5043)
93 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2474)
94 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2846)
95 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6887)
96 Annie had lived in Calgary, Alberta, Canada & Nipawin, Saskatchewan, Canada. UNKNOWN, Annie (I2989)
97 Annie was living in Magog, Quebec, Canada in 1906. NEDUM, Annie (I2273)
98 Archie was a laborer for the New Hampshire State Highway Department from 1964 to 1982 when he retired.

He died from gallbladder cancer.

SSN 009-20-4393 
SALLS, Archibald Bertram (I2293)
99 Archie was living on Court Street near the Town Hall in Waterloo, Quebec, Canada in 1969. JOHNSON, Archie (I2265)
100 Arthur died from Cerebal Apoplexy or hardening of the arteries. SALLS, Arthur Eugene (I781)

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