Sources
1. Matthews, Merle Arthur. Certificate of Death. State File No. 86 028086.
2. Bishop, Polly Matthews. Letter dated 18 March 1997 #2 Ute, Belton, Texas.
3. Matthews, Merle Arthur, “Texas Birth Indes, 1903 - 1929 [database on-line],” Randall County, Texas, 18 February 1925, file number 13650, Texas Department of State Health Services. Microfiche - copy of original document, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 26 May 2007.
4. Matthews, Merle Arthur. Obituary from the Knob Noster Item, Dec 1986.
5. “D.N. Saults Family Bible,” currently in possession of John Conner Matthews, Virginia, printed format, page Marriages, Deaths & Births pages, date viewed viewed -- 15 July 1998.
6. Covey, Elizabeth Ann. Certificate of Death. State File Number 84 028181.
7. Covey / Matthers Wedding Announcement — Knob Noster Item, Knob Noster, Mo., no date or page number recorded on the clipping.
8. Matthews, Elizabeth Ann Covey, “Joy and Peace at Christmas,” Christmas Card Letter recording the events of the Merle A. and Betty Ann Matthews family for 1964, written to family and fiends, Christmas 1964, original in possession of her son, Samuel A. Matthews.
9. Matthews, Elizabeth Ann Covey, “With all best wishes for Christmas and the New Year,” Christmas Card Letter recording the events of the Merle A. and Betty Ann Matthews family for 1963, written to family and fiends, Christmas 1963, original in possession of her son, Samuel A. Matthews.
10. Matthews, Elizabeth Ann Covey, “A Medley of 1976 Hit Tunes: Compiled by: the Merle Matthews Family,” Christmas Card Letter recording the events of the Merle A. and Betty Ann Matthews family for 1976, written to family and fiends, Christmas 1976, original in possession of her son, Samuel A. Matthews.
11. “Covey Children Are In Piano Recital,” Knob Noster Gem, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, 1936, Photocopy of original newspaper article, Johnson County Historical Society, Warrensburg, Missouri.
12. “Charles F. Covey, The Obituary of,” Knob Noster Item, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, July 1974, Photocopy of original article, Johnson County Historical Society, Warrensburg, Missouri.
13. “Mrs. Charles F. Covey (Lena Alice Saults), The Obituary of,” Knob Noster Item, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, page 1959, Photocopy of original article, Johnson County Historical Society, Warrensburg, Missouri.
14. “Covey-Saults,” Knob Noster Gem, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, November 1920, Photocopy of original newspaper article, Johnson County Historical Society, Warrensburg, Missouri.
15. “Census Microfilm Records: Missouri, 1900,” Missouri, Johnson County, Washington Township, Knob Noster City, Page 256a, 1st and 2nd of June 1900, http://www.Genealogy.com, date viewed 4 January 2002.
16. A letter written by Lucy Ann Hall Covey and her daughter, Margaret Covey O’Brien., Covey, Lucy Ann Hall [first page] and daughter Margaret Covey O'Brien wrote the other three pages to her cousin Ione Covey Barnam, written to her daughter, Maggie Covey., “Covey, Hall, Finn and Pickett Family History,” [date of letter unknown, but page one had to be written before 192. That's when Lucy Covey died], Original in possession of Ione Covey Barnam. Photocopy in possession of Sam Matthews., Special note: Lucy Ann Hall Covey was the daughter of Fieldng Mace Hall and Anna Finn.
17. “1920 United States Federal Census,” Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, Enumeration Date 2 June 1920, District 134, Washington Township, Supervisor’s District No. 6, Ward 1975, page 1B - 135, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 23 August 2004.
18. Wenner, Linda Sue, Knob Noster: A Little History of a Little Town, Business and Professional Women’s Club, Knob Noster Item, Knob Noster, Mo., page pp. 48-49.
19. “School of Music,” Knob Noster Gem, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, November 1, 1910, Photocopy of original newspaper article, Johnson County Historical Society, Warrensburg, Missouri.
20. “1900 United States Federal Census,” Osawatomie, Miami County, Kansas, Supervisor’s District No. 2, Enumeration District No. 127, census information recorded by Charles Smith, Enumeration Date 13 June, Sheet No. 900, Line number / s: 75-84, Street: Ch[istmas]? Avenue [couldn't really read it], Dwelling number: 386, Family number: 351, page 15 B, roll number T623 490, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 15 January 2006.
21. “1910 United States Federal Census,” 2nd ward, part 1, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, Enumeration District No. 122, Line number / s: 7 - 9, Street: North State Street, Dwelling number: 132, Family number: 135, roll number 793-T624, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 17 January 2006.
22. Covey, Charles Frederick, “World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,” registration number 24-4-18-C, serial number 2546, order number 319, draft registration card type ç, date of draft card registration September 12th 1918, Johnson County, Missouri, digital image, Ancestry.com, roll number 1683327, date viewed 15 November 2005.
23. “1930 United States Federal Census,” Washington Township, Knob Noster City, Johnson, Missouri, Supervisor’s District No. 10, Enumeration District No. 51-26 [they are in 25], census information recorded by Effie Shafer, Enumeration Date April 11, 1930, Sheet No. 5A, Line number / s: 34-37, Street: Lucas, Dwelling number: 121, Family number: 124, roll number 1207, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 460.0, Special note: This family is currently indexed under Corey, not Covey., date viewed 18 December 2005.
24. “1940 United States Federal Census,” Knob Noster, Washington Township, Knob Noser, Johnson County, Missouri, Supervisor’s District No. 6, Enumeration District No. 51-58, census information recorded by Florence V. Kendrick, Enumeration Date April 2nd 1940, Sheet No. 1-A, Line number / s: 34 - 38, Street: McPhearson Street [not given on census], Dwelling number: 10, digital image, Ancestry.com.
25. Boone, Fannie Triplett -- letter to Dan Saults -- written by Fannie's sister Glenn Triplett Newman -- no date.
26. Obituary: Saults, Layland -- Monmouth, IL -- no date.
27. “C. L. Saults Dies Jan 14,” Knob Noster Item, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, [no date given], Photocopy of original newspaper article, Johnson County Historical Society, Warrensburg, Missouri.
28. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Special note: D.N. Salts can be found under William Britton, date viewed 22 July 2001, Saults, Daniel Napoleon, Greene County, Tennessee.
29. Britton, Sherry Lynn, William Britton Sr. and his descendants, Chuckey, Tennessee, Special note: Family history of the Britton family compiled by Sherry Britton.
30. Obituary -- D.N. Saults -- Knob Noster Gem Newspaper -- dated 25 March 1926.
31. Cassing, Marian Virginia Saults -- Letter to author dated 26 Aug 1998 from Concordia, MO.
32. “Missouri Marriage Records,” 18 August 1878, Johnson Co., Missouri, Film File # 095990 - 0959992, County Court Records.
33. “1880 United States Federal Census,” Knob Noster, Washington, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, Supervisor’s District No. 6, census information recorded by Benj R. Tompkins, Enumeration Date 15 June 1880, Line number / s: 43 - 48, Dwelling number: 167, Family number: 170, Enumeration District No. 108, page 464 A [17 A], Sheet No. 17 A, roll number T0_696, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 0690, Special note: Family History Film: 1254696, date viewed 26 February 2002, 15 June 1880.
34. “1860 United States Federal Census,” Clinton Post Office, Deep Water Township, Henry County, Missouri, census information recorded by George W. Minor, Enumeration Date 21 July 1860, Line number / s: 1 - 6, Dwelling number: 744, Family number: 744, page 110, roll number M653_622, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 16 September 2002, census was taken on 24 July 1860.
35. From her funeral card. D.N. Saults family bible.
36. Knob Noster, Pleasant Grove Church Cemetery Records. On-line data base for Johnson County, Missouri. Entry date: 25 April 2000
37. “Marriage Records for Johnson County, Missouri,” 14 July 1999, LDS Family History Library in London, 959991, Film.
38. “1850 United States Federal Census,” 10th Civil District Subdivision, Greene County, Tennessee, census information recorded by James Craig, Enumeration Date 3rd of September, 1850, Line number / s: 33-37, Dwelling number: 57, Family number: 57, page 196, roll number M432 880, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 16 August 2001.
39. Miller, Alan N., East Tennessee’s Forgotten Children: Apprentices from 1778 to 1911, Clearfield Company, Inc, Baltimore, Maryland, 2000, page 64, Daniel N. Salts is listed under the surname of Satts, Danile N.
40. Unpublished notes of Saults family researcher, Dan Saults. General knowledge of his parents and other elderly living Saults family members at that time. Research conducted during the early 1960s, and is currently in the possession of Sam Matthews -- 29 January 1999.
41. “Old Residence Sold to Kansas Citizens,” Knob Noster Item, Knob Noster, Johnson County, MO, August 1945, Newspaper.
42. Biographical sketch written by Harlow Saults to his daughter Fay. Given to Sam Matthews by her sister, Marian Virginia Saults Cassing.
43. Autobiographical Sketch -- Letter from Harlow Saults to his daughter Fay Saults Ford.
44. Caption from the back of an old photo of the “Old Saults Home” in Knob Noster, MO - written by Lena Alice Covey.
45. From the memory and personal documents of Marian Virginia Saults Cassing (cousin to author) - covering the Salts family history and the lineage of Henry, Daniel, Leland, Daniel Napoleon, Harlow to Marian. Accumulated from Marian by the author from visits, telephone calls, letters, etc. over a period of five years.
46. Unpublished notes of Saults family researcher, Dan Saults. General knowledge of his parents and other elderly living Saults family members at that time. Research conducted during the early 1960s, and is currently in the possession of Sam Matthews -- 29 January 1999. -- From C.L. Saults’ memory.
47. History of Johnson County, MO., p. 659 (Under his son’s sketch, article titled, Harlowe A. Saults, M.D.
48. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Ionia, Elk Fork, Ionia City, Pettis County, Missouri, census information recorded by F. A. Yankee, Enumeration Date July 7, 1870, Line number / s: 19 - 22, Dwelling number: 39, Family number: 39, page [6] 448, roll number M593_797, digital image, Ancestry.com, page 6, image number: 115, Special note: She is listed under Betsy Rucker age 12.
49. “Knox County, Illinois Marriage Records,” 14 July 1999, LDS Family History Library, London, 1857-1859, Source 1411913, Film.
50. Marriage License for Delbert Stegall and Janie Salts. Warren County, Illinois Marriage Register Book, E-130
51. “Marriage License for Arthur Leland Sults and Jessie Grace Boulton,” May 20, 1909, Knox County, Illinois, File # 17320, Issued on the 17th of May in 1909 in Rio, Knox Co., Illinois, Photocopy of original, There are two dates on the marriage certificate the 19th and the 20th. Not really sure which one is the exact date.
52. “Birth Certificate of Arthur Leland Salts,” December 4h 1878, North Henderson, Knox County, Illinois, Email sent by Kathy Neave.
53. “Birth certificate of Charles Lavern Salts.,” October 26, 1886, North Henderson, Illinois, File number 13.355, Jpeg of original sent by Kathy Neave from Illinois.
54. “Sults, William H., Death Certificate,” County Clerk No. 38. Certificate of Death Registration No. 591, Filed - September 30, 1936, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois, Photocopy of original taken 9 August 2000, Registration No. 722, County Clerk’s Office of Morgan County, Illinois.
55. “McLean / Sults Marriage License,” 30 July 2001, Mercer County, Illinois, Photocopy of original document for Lilliam May Sults and William Robert McLean.
56. Murry, Arlo “Keith.” In eMail communication regarding the Salts and Stegall family connections. Communication was through Kathy Neave, Keith’s cousin. Starting date for entry - 26 April 2000.
57. Mt. Vernon and North Henderson Lutheran Cemeteries Record books - Mount Vernon Methodist Cemetery is in part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 35, Township 13 North Range one West, 4th PM North Henderson Township, county of Mercer and state of Illinois, p. 20-21.
58. Everhart, Onie Triplett -- Letter to Mrs. Dan Saults written from Cleveland, TN -- dated 24 Feb 1960.
59. Interview, “Conducted by Kathy Neave to her halfsister, Margie regarding the life of Leland Salts and his family history,” 17 July 2000, Conducted in Kathy’s home in Illinois.
60. “Washington Co., Tennessee Marriage Records,” 13 July 1999, Washington Co., Tennessee, Batch # M519801 - Source # 825507, Film, LDS Family History Library, London.
61. “Most Highly Respected Citizen Passes to the Great Beyond,” Knob Noster Gem, Knob Noster, Johnson County, Missouri, March 1, 1926, Photocopy of original newspaper article, Johnson County Historical Society, Warrensburg, Missouri.
62. Obituary notice for D.N. Saults from the Knob Noster Gem Newspaper. A photocopy of this article was given to the author by Marian Virginia Saults Cassing. There was no date recorded.
63. “Cemetery Records, Knox County, Illinois - Elba, Haw Creek, Henderson, Indian Point, Henderson Township,” Sent via email from Kathy Neave, 19 July 2000.
64. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 62, Leland is listed as L. Sutts and Mary Jane is listed as M.J. McGinnis. They were married by R. Read J.P.
65. “Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002,” Tennessee, Internet, digital image of original, Ancestry.com.
66. “Salts, Leland - Civil War Veteran Records,” File number - WC 480008, Photocopy of originals obtained November 9, 2000, National Archives Trust Fund.
67. “Fenton, Eunice and Leland Salts Marriage Certificate,” 11 November 1858, Knox County, Illinois, File Number 3284, Photocopy of original document.
68. “1900 United States Federal Census,” Spring Grove Township, Warren County, Illinois, 27th of June 1900, Digial image: Ancestry.com, page 203, date viewed 28 May 2002.
69. “General Affidavit (part of Leland Salts’ Civil War Pension Papers),” Nov 3, 1898 [30 November 2000], National Archives, WC 480008, Photocopy of originals.
70. Warren Co., IL Marriage Records Book C-32 pp. 31-32.
71. “1880 United States Federal Census,” North Henderson, Mercer County, Illinois, Supervisor’s District No. 3, Enumeration District No. 181, census information recorded by Frank Kerbert, Enumeration Date 3rd of June, 1880, Sheet No. 5 A, Line number / s: 20-25, Street: South Street, Dwelling number: 46, Family number: 46, page 381.1000, roll number T9 236, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 0548, Special note: I found him under his son Arthur L. The family has been indexed in Ancestry.com as "Salis" but it clearly looks like Salts to me, date viewed 25 August 2005.
72. “1890 United States Federal Census,” North Henderson Township, Mercer County, Illinois.
73. “Death Certificate for Anna Salts,” 30 January 1921, Warren County, Illinois, File number #3275 - Film number 1570360, Registration number #891 - 5704, Certified photocopy of original document.
74. “1860 United States Federal Census,” Kelly Township, Warren County, Illinois.
75. Chapman, Charles C. and Company, History of Knox County, Illinois, Blakely, Brown and Marsh, page pages 357 & 366.
76. Salts, Leland, “History of Knox County, Illinois: its cities, towns and people,” Perry, Albert J., Vol. 1, page 325, S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, Chicago, Ancestry.com, digital image, 1912, date viewed 5th of November 2005, Special note: He is listed as Salts, Laland in this book. But his Civil War activity under this listing matches up with the original records.
77. “Certificate of Disability for Discharge,” 9 January 1863, Louisville, Kentucky, Company F, 102 Illinois Infantry (#1156) Master Number: 106893, SOP #IFF00000000004965, Order Date: 6/7/00, Image ID: 8351, Site: NWCTB, Photocopy of originial from the National Archives Records Association.
78. “Muster and Descriptive Roll of Company F : 102 Infantry Regiment List of Illinois Volunteers,” United States National Archives, Photocopy of original can be obtain. However, for this list he is listed as Loland Salts.
79. Salts, Leland, “History of Knox County, Illinois: its cities, towns and people,” Perry, Albert J., Vol. 1, page 340, S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, Chicago, Ancestry.com, digital image, 1912, date viewed 5th of November 2005.
80. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Iona, Kelly, Warren County, Illinois, Enumeration Date 25th of July 1870, Dwelling number: 225, Family number: 219, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 3 August 2010.
81. Notes from Dorothy Bonar regarding the O’Brien / Covey / Saults family members. Taken from the Knob Noster Gem newspaper and other sources. No date. Most of these were photocopies of different articles. There were no dates on most of them. They were things like 'Southside news, Obituaries and other kinds of general news.' Entry date 25 April 2000.
82. Letter, “Pedigree of SALTS Family Name,” written by Daniel Napoleon “D.N.” Saults at the request, and in the presence of his father, John Leland Salts, 15 February 1878, The original copy is currently in the possession of Samuel A. Matthews.
Copied from two sheets of yellowed tablet paper found in Daniel Napoleon Saults’ strong box (given to Charles Lee Saults in Knob Noster, MO., by Charles F. Covey in November 1961 - then passed on to C.L. Saults’ son Dan Saults and later to Sam Matthews in November of 1998). All text written in square brackets has been added by the author. Written on 15 February 1878, in North Henderson, Illinois when D.N. Saults made a trip to McComb, IL looking for work. It was during this time that he visited his father and they wrote the family letter together.
83. Saults, Harlow Arthur -- letter to Mrs. Dan Saults in response to questions on the Saults family name -- written from Dora, MO., dated 2 July 1960,
84. Obituary for Leland Salts from Knob Noster Gem Newspaper - dated 8 January 1892. Copied from the files of the Johnson County Historical Society, Warrensburg, Johnson County, Missouri.
85. “Saults, Davis B. - Civil War Pension Papers,” 28 November 2000, In the possession of Sam Matthews, File No. 790443, Photocopy of originals, National Archives (under the name of David B. Salts, which is the name he used when he registered for the Union).
86. “Ball, Thomas, the will of,” Washington County Historical Society, Tennessee, “Washington County Tennessee Wills, 1777-1872,” dated August 30, 1827.
87. “Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1850, Disk 4,” Dwelling: 205, Family: 211, Washington County, Tennessee, Recorded on ? 26, 1850, CD-ROM # 451 (transcribed from Microfilm Roll 898 (disk 4), Washington County, date viewed Viewed: 21 August 2001.
88. Smith, Captain Ross, Reminiscences of an Old Timer, 1930, This book was sent to me in pdf format. The publisher and publication information were not included. However, the foreward was dated 1930 and written by Samuel C. Williams of Johnson City, Washington Co., TN.
89. Saults, Thomas B., Death Certificate, 41 - 7, January 26, 1916, Jonesborough, 25th Civil District, Washington County, Tennessee, date viewed 5 May 2005, photocopy of original.
90. “Civil War Widow's Application: Catherine Smith Salts,” 22 June 1868, Greene County, Tennessee, W2/135.997, Photocopy of original application documents, National Archives Trust Fund: this document is around 231 pages long and very extensive.
91. Saults, Harlow Arthur -- letter to Mrs. Dan Saults dated 6 June 1950.
92. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Cherry Grove Post Office, 17th Civil District, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by J. A. February, Enumeration Date 15th of August 1870, Sheet No. 4 A, Line number / s: 13-26, Dwelling number: 26, Family number: 26, page 359, roll number M593_1568, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 721, date viewed 2 September 2001, District 15, Washington County, Tennessee, 3 June 1870.
93. “Marriage Records,” Washington, Co., TN, Broderbund Software, World Family Tree CD.
94. “1860 United States Federal Census,” Civil District 17, Jonesboro Post Office, Campbells Township, Washington County, Tennessee, Enumeration Date 4 Septembert 1860, Line number / s: 30 - 40 and 1 - 4 on the next page, Dwelling number: 1175, Family number: 1175, page 66, roll number M653_1277, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 21 June 2005, Washington County, Tennessee.
95. “1870 United States Federal Census,” p. 335A-335B, date viewed 16 June 2003, District 15, Washington County, Tennessee.
96. “Early East Tennessee Marriages. Vol 1 Grooms. By Byron & Barbara Sistler. Nashville, Tennessee, 1987.”
97. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 14.
98. Ancestry.com. Tennessee, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1810-1891 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999. Original data: Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. Tennessee Census, 1810-91. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.
99. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Wills 1777-1872, Southern Historical Press, Inc., Greenville, South Carolina, 1992, page page 26.
100. Shell, Vera E., et al., Settlements of Estates: Washington County, Tennessee, Vo. O - 1790-1841, page pg. 53.
101. “1850 United States Federal Census,” 4th Subdivision E District, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by J. S. Rhea, Enumeration Date 26th of April in 1850, Line number / s: 29-34, Dwelling number: 204, Family number: 211, page 117, roll number M432_898, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 15 August 2005.
102. “Washington County, Tennessee Justice of the Peace Form of Judgement and Execution Docket 1843-1872,” 10 December 2004, East Tennessee State University, Archives of Appalacia, Accession No. 215, photocopies of originals.
103. “1860 United States Federal Census,” Jonesboro Post Office, Jonesboro, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by William H. Crouch, Enumeration Date 4 August 1860, Sheet No. 139, Line number / s: 22-29, Dwelling number: 905, Family number: 905, page 93, roll number M653_1277, digital image, Ancestry.com, Special note: Tennessee V. Salts and John W. Salts are grandchildren, date viewed 16 August 2005.
104. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Washington, Tennessee, Enumeration Date 3rd of June 1870, Jonesborough, District 15th, page 335A - 335B, Sheet No. 12, photocopy of original, date viewed 31 October 2004.
105. “Obituaries - Daniel Salts,” Herald and Tribune Newspaper, Jonesboro, Washington County, Tennessee, 3 June 1880, Original copy posted on “Find a Grave” under Daniel Salts posting - posted by Amanda Hoyle on 15 August in 2014, date viewed 3 January 2017.
106. Fisher, John Burgess, Dorothy Brown Koller, and Margaret Brown Anderson, “The ancestors and Descendants of Jacob (Braun) Brown: the Wagonmaker,” taken from the hard copy of the original book, Delmar Publishers & Printers, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1983.
Jacob Brown, The Wagon Maker
107. “Washington County Tennessee Wills, 1777-1872,” compiled by Goldene Fillers Burgner, Vol. 1, Book 2, representing wills from the period of September 1858 - 1889, page 61, printed format, published by Sistler, Byron and Barbara, Nashville, Tennessee, 1987.
108. Salts, Mrs. Daniel [Rebecca Ball], “Tennessee Newspaper,” Vol. 111, #14, December 7th 1871.
109. Watauga Association of Genealogists - Upper East Tennessee, History of Washington County Tennessee 1988: Jacob Brown - Wagonmaker, Third Printing, 1995, page page 255.
110. “Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1850, Disk 4,” Dwelling: 202, Family: 208, Washington County, Tennessee, Recorded on ? 26, 1850, CD-ROM # 451 (transcribed from Microfilm Roll 898 (disk 4), Washington County, date viewed Viewed: 21 August 2001.
111. Rowan Co., TN Marriage Records. -- under Salz and Brown
112. “Marriage Index: KY, NC. TN, VA, WV 1728-1850,” Vol. 229 Sec. III, Ch. 53, Rowan County, NC Marriages from 1758-1850, abstracted from "North Carolina Marriages, Early to 1850, compiled, extracted, and transcribed by Liahona Research, edited by Jordan R. Dodd, Family Tree Maker: Broderbund Software.
113. “Marriage Certificate (photocopy of original),” no date given on the actual certificate - obtained 2 July 2003, Rowan Public Library, Rowan County, North Carolina.
114. McCown, Mary Hardin, Miscellaneous Records: Washington County List of Taxables, WPA, a large loose leaf book not filed on book shelves.
115. Salts, Henry, “Superior Court Minutes Book, 1805-1809,” Washington County, Tennessee, photocopy of original pages 60, 81, 118, 136, 162 and 184, kept in the vault at the Jonesboro Courthouse, Washington County, Tennessee.
116. Nikazy, Eddie M. Ltc USA (Ret}, Abstracts of Tennessee Death Records for Carter County, Tennessee, 1908-1925, page 117.
117. NARA, “North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty: Land Application Files: Jacob Brown,” NARA records on-line through http://www.footnote.com, digital image, date recorded - September 9th and 11th, 1832, pages 5 and 8.
118. “1850 United States Federal Census,” Subdivision 4, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by J. S. Rhea, Enumeration Date 26th of August 1850, Line number / s: 17-21, Dwelling number: 202, Family number: 208, page 117, roll number M432_898, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 16 August 2005.
119. Salts, Henry, Sr., “Minutes of the Court of Pleas,” registration number Quarter Sessions Court, Washington County, Tennessee, 1847-1852, Book 15, extracts from original documents sent to me by Betty Jane Hylton, Special note: Each of the entries start off with "Ordered by the Court that the Country Trustee pay..".
120. Salts, Henry, Sr., “Minutes of the Court of Pleas,” registration number Quarter Sessions Court, Washington County, Tennessee, 1852- 1858, Book 16, page 291, extracts from original documents sent to me by Betty Jane Hylton, Special note: Each of the entries start off with "Ordered by the Court that the Country Trustee pay..".
121. Linn, Jo White, “Abstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions: Rowan County, North Carolina - 1775-1789,” Vol. III, Book, 1982, Special note: LC 81-84591, ISBN 0-918470-13-7.
122. Bogen, Bonnie Matthews, “Rose Alice Waller,” 13 Aug 2004.
123. “1850 United States Federal Census,” District No. 44, Golden Hill, Rowan County, North Carolina, Enumeration District No. 44, census information recorded by E. A. Austin, Enumeration Date 24 July 1850, Line number / s: 6, Dwelling number: 97, Family number: 100, roll number M432_643, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 237, date viewed 14 November 2006.
124. “1850 United States Federal Census,” Jonesborough, Boones Creek, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by W. H. Crouch, Enumeration Date 12 July 1860, Sheet No. 59, Line number / s: 10 - 12, Dwelling number: 362, Family number: 362, roll number M653_1277, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 82, date viewed 24 November 2006.
125. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Cherry Grove, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by E. S. February, Enumeration Date 16 August 1870, Line number / s: 8 - 11, Dwelling number: 30, Family number: 30, page 360, roll number M593_1568, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 722, Special note: Rhoda is living not too far from Allen Salts' family, date viewed 5 August 2005.
126. “Washington Co., Tennessee Marriage Records,” 13 July 1999, Washington County, Tennessee, Batch # 7001920 63 - Source # 914752, Film, LDS Family History Library, London.
127. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 12.
128. Salts Brown, Mary “Polly” ?, Rae, Loraine Bennett, compiled by, Washington County Tennessee Tombstone Inscriptions: Plus genealogical notes, Vol. II, page 275, Charles M. Bennett and the WATAUGA association of Genealogists.
129. “1850 United States Federal Census,” Washington County, Tennessee, Enumeration District No. 4 - E District, census information recorded by I.P.S Rhea, Enumeration Date October 8, 1850, Line number / s: 34 - 37, Dwelling number: 745, Family number: 772, page 156, roll number M432_898.
130. Brown, Jacob and Mary “Polly” Salts, “Revolutionary War Period: bible, family and marriage records gleaned from pension applications,” Lu, Helen M. and Gwen B. Neumann, Compiled and published by, Vol. 5, page p. 28, Book, published by Lu and Neumann, Dallas, Texas, 1983.
131. Watauga Association of Genealogists - Upper East Tennessee, History of Washington County Tennessee 1988: Brown - Phillips - Odom, Third Printing, 1995, page page 256-7.
132. Watauga Association of Genealogists - Upper East Tennessee, History of Washington County Tennessee 1988: (Jacob Brown Wagonmaker), Third Printing, 1995, page page 254-5.
133. Watauga Association of Genealogists - Upper East Tennessee, History of Washington County Tennessee 1988.
134. Watauga Association of Genealogists - Upper East Tennessee, History of Washington County Tennessee 1988: Solomon and Polly (Bayless) Brown, Third Printing, 1995, page page 257.
135. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 8, Elizabeth is listed in index under Soltz - William Bayless, J.P.
136. “1850 United Stated Federal Census,” 4th Subdivision, East District, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by J. S. Rhea, Enumeration Date 31 October 1850, Line number / s: 41 - 42 on the first page and 1 - 5 on the top of the next page, Dwelling number: 1211, Family number: 1239, page 189, roll number M432_898, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 378, date viewed 23 May 2007.
137. “1860 United States Federal Census,” Coxes Store Post Office, Washington County, District 6, Tennessee, census information recorded by Thomas J. Wilson, Enumeration Date June 29, 1860, Line number / s: 20-22, Dwelling number: 625, Family number: 625, page 174, roll number M653_1277, digital image, Ancestry.com, Special note: He is listed under the family name of Starns.
138. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Greenville Post Office, Greene County, District 24, Tennessee, census information recorded by William M. Russell, Enumeration Date June 30th, 1870, Line number / s: 38-40 on page 2, and lines 1-2 on page 3, Dwelling number: 15, Family number: 15, page 442 & 443 [ 2 & 3], roll number M593_1531, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 552 & 553, Special note: The family is divided on two pages, date viewed 5 August 2005.
139. “1880 United States Federal Census,” Greene County, District 3, Tennessee, Supervisor’s District No. 1, Enumeration District No. 45, census information recorded by T. J. Temsee, Enumeration Date 15th and 16th of June 1880, Line number / s: 1-6, Dwelling number: 200, Family number: 202, page 23 [49C], roll number T9_1258, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: (Family History Film No. 1255258).
140. “1850 United States Federal Census,” Greene County, Tennessee.
141. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Wills 1777-1872, Southern Historical Press, Inc., Greenville, South Carolina, 1992, page page 38.
142. “1830 United States Federal Census,” Washington County, Tennessee, Line number / s: [6], page 241, roll number 175, digial image, Ancestry.com.
143. “1840 United States Federal Census,” 6th Regiment, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by Daniel Barkley, Line number / s: [3rd from the bottom of the page], page 224, roll number 535, digital image, Ancestry.com.
144. “Marriage Index: KY, NC. TN, VA, WV 1728-1850,” Vol. 229 Sec. IV, Ch. 52, Washington County, NC Marriages from 1778-1850, Family Tree Maker: Broderbund Software.
145. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 13.
146. “1870 United States Federal Census,” District 9, Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee, Enumeration District No. 9, census information recorded by I.C. Presnell, Enumeration Date 12th of August 1870, Sheet No. 19, Line number / s: 5 - 7, Dwelling number: 117, Family number: 126, page 264, roll number M593_1568, digital image [on-line database], Ancestry.com, image number: 529, date viewed 24 November 2006.
147. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 16.
148. “Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1850, Disk 4,” Dwelling: 334, Family: 333, Washington County, Tennessee, Recorded on ?, 1850, CD-ROM # 451 (transcribed from Microfilm Roll 898 (disk 4), Washington County, date viewed Viewed: 21 August 2001.
149. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 16.
150. Eastern District of Tennessee, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by Madison McE'fee, page 210, roll number 175, digital image [on-line database], Ancestry.com, date viewed 24 November 2006.
151. “1840 United States Federal Census,” Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by Daniel Barkley, page 223, roll number 535, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 24 November 2006.
152. “1850 United States Federal Census,” 4th Sub Division, Washington County, Tennessee, Enumeration District No. 4, census information recorded by J. P. S. Rhea, Enumeration Date 8th of October 1850, Line number / s: 28 - 33, Dwelling number: 744, Family number: 771, page 156, roll number M432_898, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 312, date viewed 24 November 2006.
153. “1860 United States Federal Census,” Jonesborough, Washington County, Tennessee, Enumeration District No. 5, census information recorded by H.P.J. Wilson, Enumeration Date 27th of July 1860, Line number / s: 22, Dwelling number: 592, Family number: 592, page 83, roll number M653_1277, digital image [on-line database], Ancestry.com, image number: 348, date viewed 24 November 2006.
154. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Jonesborough, District No. 5, Jonesborough, Washington County, Tennessee, Enumeration District No. 5, census information recorded by I. C. Presnell, Enumeration Date 19th and 20th of July 1870, Line number / s: 1 - 4, Dwelling number: 83, Family number: 85, page 14, roll number M 593_1568, digital image [on-line database], Ancestry.com, image number: 444, date viewed 24 November 2006.
155. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Wills 1777-1872, Southern Historical Press, Inc., Greenville, South Carolina, 1992, page page 61.
156. “Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1850, Disk 4,” Dwelling: 747, Family: 775, Washington County, Tennessee, Recorded on October 8, 1850, CD-ROM # 451 (transcribed from Microfilm Roll 898 (disk 4), Washington County, date viewed Viewed: 21 August 2001.
157. “1870 United States Federal Census,” District 5, Washington County, Tennessee Census, p. 215 B, date viewed 5 June 2002.
158. Fryer, Reba F. Salts -- Family data files from her Salts line in Rolla, Phelphs CO, Mo -- Information dated 6 Aug 1998.
159. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 28.
160. “1850 United States Federal Census,” Washington County, 4th Subdivision E District, Tennessee, Enumeration Date October 8, 1850, Line number / s: 1-7 on the second page, Dwelling number: 748, Family number: 775, page 156 - 157, roll number M432_898, digital image, Ancestry.com, Special note: The family is divided on two pages, date viewed 5 August 2005.
161. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Millwood Post Office, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by D. C. Burnell, Enumeration Date July 18, 1870, Line number / s: 33 - 37, Dwelling number: 37, Family number: 37, page 6 [217], roll number M593_1568, digital image, Ancestry.com, image number: 436, date viewed 25 July 2005.
162. “United States Federal Mortality Schedules, 1850-1880,” census year 1880, Enumeration District No. 33, District 9, Washington County, Tennessee, digital image, Ancestry.com, Line number / s: 35, roll number T655_30, page 573.
163. “Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1850, Disk 4,” Dwelling: 1197, Family: 1527, Washington County, Tennessee, Recorded on ?, 1850, CD-ROM # 451 (transcribed from Microfilm Roll 898 (disk 4), Washington County, date viewed Viewed: 21 August 2001.
164. “Wilkes Co., North Carolina Marriage Records,” 13 July 1999, Wilkes County, North Carolina, Batch # M516037 - Source # 6330318, Film, LDS Family History Library, London.
165. “Marriage Index: KY, NC. TN, VA, WV 1728-1850,” Vol. 229 Sec. III, Ch. 63, Wilkes County, NC Marriages from 1778-1850, Family Tree Maker: Broderbund Software.
166. “1840 United States Federal Census,” Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by Daniel Barkley, page 250, roll number 535, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 2 May 2005.
167. “1850 United States Federal Census,” 4th Subdivision Civil District, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by J.P.S. Rhea, Enumeration Date 30th of October, 1850, Line number / s: 34-40, Dwelling number: 1197, Family number: 1225, page 188, roll number M432 898, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 20 August 2005.
168. “1860 United States Federal Census,” Hag Ponds Post Office, Civil District 1, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by Thomas J. Wilson, Sheet No. 165, Line number / s: 4-5, Dwelling number: 1166, Family number: 1166, page 213, roll number M653_1277, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 20 August 2005.
169. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 20.
170. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 29.
171. McGinnis, Hannah, “1850 United States Federal Census,” Washington County, Tennessee, Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1850, Disk 4 by World Family Tree: Broderbund, Special note: Hannah and her family are not indexed on this disk. Look for a Georgeh Whitlock in the index, Washington County, and advance to the next page. Hannah and her family are listed on this page as the third family.
172. “1880 United States Federal Census,” 15th Civil District, Jonesboro, Washington County, Tennessee, Supervisor’s District No. 1, Enumeration District No. 31, census information recorded by James A. Boyd, Enumeration Date 1st of June, 1880, Sheet No. 13 A, Line number / s: 34-37, page 13 [492.1000], roll number T0_1284, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 18 August 2005.
173. “1900 United States Federal Census,” Orlando City, Orange County, Florida, Supervisor’s District No. 2, Enumeration District No. 116, census information recorded by L. D. Stebline, Enumeration Date 11th of June, 1900, Sheet No. 10 A, Line number / s: 5-8, Street: Robinson Avenue, Dwelling number: 218, Family number: 232, page 10 A, roll number T623 175, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 25 August 2005.
174. “1910 United States Federal Census,” Line number / s: 65-69.
175. “1920 United States Federal Census,” Precinct 2 (part of), Orlando City, Orange County, Florida, Supervisor’s District No. 4, Enumeration District No. 116, census information recorded by Mrs. Floyd G. Rogers, Enumeration Date 9th of January, 1920, Sheet No. 5 A, Line number / s: 36-40, Street: East Aunthia Avenue, House number: 601 (the rear of the house), Dwelling number: 112, Family number: 127, page 5A, roll number T625 228, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 25 August 2005.
176. “1880 Unted States Federal Census,” Civil District 15, Greene County, Tennessee, Supervisor’s District No. 1, Enumeration District No. 45, census information recorded by J. R. Daty, Enumeration Date 21st of June 1880, Sheet No. 22, Line number / s: 37 - 41, Dwelling number: 187, Family number: 189, page 22, roll number T9_1258, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 5 April 2007, FAmily History Film: 1255358; Page 222.2000.
177. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 112.
178. “1880 United States Federal Census,” Washington County, Tennessee, Supervisor’s District No. 1, census information recorded by J. A. West, Enumeration Date 2nd of June 1880, Line number / s: 31-49, Dwelling number: 31-35, Family number: 32-36, Enumeration District No. 29, page 4, Special note: Isaac is listed next next to his sons Thomas, Melvin and John. Emaline Salts is there as well., date viewed 5 June 2002, Ancestry.com.
179. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Brownsboro Post Office, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by J. F. February, Enumeration Date 22nd of June 1870, District 5th, page 184.
180. Saults, Edward D., Certificate of Death, 17 January 1937, State of Tennessee: State Department of Health, Division of Vital Statictics, date viewed 6 September 2008, digital copy of original.
181. “Greene County, Tennessee Marriage Records,” 13 July 1999, Greene County, Tennessee, Batch # 8929708 1, Film, LDS Family History Library, London.
182. Sistler, Byron H. & Barbara (transcribed by), 1880 Census: Washington County, Tennessee, Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, 1994, page page 78.
183. Burgner, Goldene Fillers, Washington County Tennessee Marriages 1780-1870, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1985. Distributed by Byron Sistler & Associates, Nashville, TN, page page 152.
184. “1860 United States Federal Census,” West's Store Post Office, District No. 2, Washington County, Tennessee, census information recorded by Thomas J. Wilson, Enumeration Date 8th of June 1860, Sheet No. 23, Line number / s: 7-14, Dwelling number: 174, Family number: 174, page 142, roll number M653_1277, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 16 August 2005.
185. “1880 United States Federal Census,” District 2, Washington County, Tennessee, Supervisor’s District No. 1, Enumeration District No. 29, census information recorded by J.A. West, Enumeration Date 2nd of June 1880, Line number / s: 31-49, Dwelling number: I.W. 31, Tom 32, Melvin 33, Emaline 34 and John 35, Family number: I.W. 32, Tom 33, Melvin 34, Emaline 34 and John 36, page 446.40000, roll number T9_1284, digital image, Ancestry.com, Special note: Isaac is living next to his sons, Tom, Melvin and John -as well as his first wife Emailine.
186. “1900 United States Federal Census,” 2nd Civil District, Washington County, Tennessee, Supervisor’s District No. 1, Enumeration District No. 141, census information recorded by Robert A. Greene, Enumeration Date 8th of June 1900, Sheet No. 5 A [16 A] 72, Line number / s: 4-8, page 5A, roll number T623 1603, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 16 August 2005.
187. “1880 United States Federal Census,” District 2, Washington County, Tennessee Census, date viewed 5 June 2002.
188. “Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1850, Disk 4,” Dwelling: 1234, Family: 1242, Washington County, Tennessee, Recorded on November 2, 1850, CD-ROM # 451 (transcribed from Microfilm Roll 898 (disk 4), Washington County, date viewed Viewed: 21 August 2001.
189. “Salts, William B. — Civil War Pension Application of Tennessee for Confederate Soldiers,” April 6, 1900, Company A, 16th Georgia Calvary - Confederate - Washington Co., Tennessee, File # 2664, Photopies of original were obtained 10 August 2001, Tennessee State Library & Archives, Nashville, TN.
190. Chauvin, J.V. and Joan, “Salts-Saltz: The Lineage of Samuel Salts,” 14 April 2002, Sent via email by J.V. and Joan Chauvin to Sam Matthews.
191. “1880 United States Federal Census,” Washington County, Virginia, Enumeration Date 93, House number: 250, page 38 D, Special note: Caroline Salts has been listed under Satts, date viewed 5 February 2005.
192. Salts, Andrew Johnson, Death Cirtificate, 2970265, March 20, 1924 (registration), Commonwealth of Virginia; Department of Health - Division of Vital Records, date viewed 28 March 2007, digital image sent by Connie Gray.
193. “1850 United States Federal Census,” Greene County, Tennessee, taken September 4, 1850, 9th Subdivision E. D., date viewed Date Viewed - 8 February 2002.
194. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Rheatown, Civil District 15, Greene County, Tennessee, Enumeration Date 3rd of August 1870, Sheet No. 10, Line number / s: 40 on first page and 1-2 on the following, Dwelling number: 69, Family number: 69, page 339, roll number M593 1531, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 22 August 2005.
195. “1880 United States Federal Census,” 8th Ward, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, Supervisor’s District No. 1, Enumeration District No. 148, census information recorded by Pat Shea, Enumeration Date 5th of June, 1880, Sheet No. 18, Line number / s: 39-40, Dwelling number: 144, Family number: 164, page 182.2000, roll number T9 1265, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 25 August 2005.
196. Nikazy, Eddie M., Washington County, Tennessee, page 9, 155 & 210, Heritage Books, Inc.
197. Salts, Newton, Rae, Loraine Bennett, compiled by, Washington County Tennessee Tombstone Inscriptions: Plus genealogical notes, Vol. II, page 14, Charles M. Bennett and the WATAUGA association of Genealogists.
198. Salts [various], Rae, Loraine Bennett, compiled by, Washington County Tennessee Tombstone Inscriptions: Plus genealogical notes, Vol. I, Charles M. Bennett and the WATAUGA association of Genealogists.
199. “1900 United States Federal Census,” 15th Civil District, Washington County, Tennessee, Enumeration District No. 156, census information recorded by Hugh J. Defrew, Enumeration Date 5th of June 1900, Line number / s: 72-76, Dwelling number: 47, Family number: 49, page 3B, roll number T623 1604, digital image, Ancestry.com, date viewed 18 August 2005.
200. “1910 United States Federal Census,” 15th Civil District, Jonesboro, Washington County, Tennessee, Supervisor’s District No. 1, Enumeration District No. 208, census information recorded by W. J. Dessew, Enumeration Date 19 April 1910, Sheet No. 4A [4492], Line number / s: 17-19, Street: Main Street, Dwelling number: 71, Family number: 75, page 48 A, roll number T624 1524, digital image, Ancestry.com, Special note: He has been indexed as Saults.
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