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  (b. 4 October 1869 Auburn, New York, USA   d. 22 March 1947 Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA )  
Age: 77

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Sherman Smith SALISBURY was born 4 October 1869 in Auburn, New York, USA

Sherman Smith SALISBURY was the child of George Washington SALISBURY   and   Caroline Matilda (Carrie) SMITH and the grandchild of: (paternal)  David SALISBURY and Maria WOOD (maternal)  Sherman SMITH and Charlotte Maria BURNHAM

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Sherman Smith  married  Evelyn GALBRAITH abt 17 September 1891 in Auburn, New York, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Evelyn GALBRAITH  was born 22 July 1868 in Cayuga County, New York, USA.  Evelyn died 2 December 1951 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.  Evelyn was the child of Robert Ralph Henderson GALBRAITH and Mary Ann HODGSON.

Sherman Smith SALISBURY died 22 March 1947 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.
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4 October 1869
Auburn, New York, USA

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1875 Auburn, Cayuga, New York
Name: Sherman S Salisbury
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Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1875
Event Place: Auburn, Cayuga, New York, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 5
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Birth Year (Estimated): 1870
Family Number: 100
Page: 10
Line Number: 33
GS Film number: 853206
Digital Folder Number: 004858094
Image Number: 00193
Household Gender Age Birthplace
George Salisbury M 39
Wife Carotine M Salisbury F 32
Daughter Helena E Salisbury F 9
Daughter Charlotte Mary Salisbury F 7
Son Sherman S Salisbury M 5
Father David Salisbury M 76

'New York, State Census, 1875,' index and images, FamilySearch (familysearch.org/ pal:/ MM9.1.1/ VTDW-49S : accessed 29 Mar 2013), Sherman S Salisbury in entry for George Salisbury, 1875.
1875 New York State Census
Thursday, October 7, 1875
Rolls of Honor - Names of pupils who have been neither absent nor tardy for the month ending October 1st, 1875…No. 5 B and C Grades Primary Dep...Sherman Salisbury

Auburn Daily Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Thursday, October 7, 1875
Saturday, July 29, 1876
School No. 4 - Sherman Salisbury promoted from 1st to 2d grade

Auburn Morning News
Auburn, New York
Saturday, July 29, 1876
Saturday, July 28, 1877
North St. School - Sherman Salisbury promoted from 2d to 3rd grade

Auburn Morning News
Auburn, New York
Saturday, July 28, 1877
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Wednesday, July 30, 1879
Genesee St. School - Sherman Salisbury promoted from third to fourth grade

The Auburn News and Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Wednesday, July 30, 1879
Friday, July 29, 1881
Division St. School - Sherman Salisbury promoted from 4th to 5th grade

The Auburn News and Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Friday, July 29, 1881
Saturday, July 22, 1882
Division St. School - Sherman Salisbury promoted from 5th to 6th grade

The Auburn News and Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Saturday, July 22, 1882
Auburn, Cayuga New York
The Auburn City Directory 1885 - Ancestry.com, page 259

Salisbury Charlotte M., compositor, Daily Advr, bds 127 Owasco
Salisbury David, bds 127 Owasco
Salisbury George W., cooper, h 127 Owasco
Salisbury Helen E., bds 127 Owasco
Salisbury Sherman S., printer, Daily Advr, h 127 Owasco
1891
1891-92, Sherman S Salisbury, bds 8 Steel, business name: Daily Advertiser, occupation: printer, city: Auburn, state: NY
Auburn, New York Directories, 1889-92
Sherman Smith SALISBURY - 17 Mary St., Auburn, NY - Sherman Salisbury and Evelyn Galbraith got married there and lived there for many years. The home belonged to Evelyns paren
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17 Mary St., Auburn, NY - Sherman Salisbury and Evelyn Galbraith got married there and lived there for many years. The home belonged to Evelyn's parents, Robert Ralph Henderson Galbraith and Mary Ann (Hodgson) Galbraith. Photo thanks to Alan Paul. According to Alan, this photo was taken by his great-grandfather (Robert Ralph Henderson Galbraith) around 1890.
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1892 Auburn, Ward 02, E.D. 02, Cayuga, New York
Robert R Galbraith, m, 48, b. England, Copyist
Mary H Galbraith, f, 50, b. England
Mary R Galbraith, f, 25, b. U.S.
Evelyn G Salisbury, f, 22, b. U.S.
Sherman S Salisbury, m, 24, b. U.S., Printer
1892 New York State Census
1892 Auburn, Ward 2, E.D. 2, Cayuga, New York
Robert R Galbraith, m, 48, b. England, US Citizen, Copyist
Mary H Galbraith, f, 50, b. England, US Citizen
Mary R. Galbraith, 25, US Citizen
Evelyn G. Salisbury, 22, US Citizen
Sherman S. Salisbury, 24, US Citizen, Printer
1892 New York State Census
Auburn, Cayuga New York
The Auburn City Directory, For 1892 - Ancestry.com page 288

Salisbury David, res 8 Steel
Salisbury George W., shoemaker h 8 Steel
Salisbury Ellen E., shoe op, res 8 Steel
Salisbury Sherman S., printer, Daily Advertiser, bds 8 Steel
1893 Birth of Child
Caroline E. SALISBURY was born 24 May 1893, Auburn, New York, USA

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1894-1986 (exact date unknown)
At Farley's...

Oakview: George Salisbury and family were the guests of Sherman Salisbury and family.

Union Springs Advertiser
Union Springs, New York
Auburn, Cayuga New York
The Auburn City Directory 1895 - Ancestry.com, page 316

Salisbury, George W., cooper, h 76 Walnut
Salisbury, Helen E., accountant, 9 State, res 76 Walnut
Salisbury, Sherman S., printer, bds 17 Mary
Sherman Smith SALISBURY - Sherman Salisbury - 1895
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Sherman Smith SALISBURY - Oakview Cottage, Farleys Point on Cayuga Lake - The cottage was known as Oakview.  It was built in the early 1890s .  RRH Galbraith financed the co
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Oakview Cottage, Farley's Point on Cayuga Lake - "The cottage was known as Oakview. It was built in the early 1890's . RRH Galbraith financed the cottage and my Grandfather Frank Cline Paul built it. He was assisted by Sherman Salisbury. In the attached picture, my Grandfather Frank Paul is on the right. I am certain the picture was taken by RRH Galbraith and the person on the left is likely Sherman Salisbury, but not certain."
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1896 - Auburnians at Farleys - The Union Springs Advertiser notes the following at Farleys…Oakview: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Galbraith and Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury and daughter of Auburn.


The Auburn Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Friday, June 12, 1896
Auburn, Cayuga New York
The Auburn City Directory 1899 - Ancestry.com, page 386

Salisbury George W, emp D M O & Co, h over 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Salisbury Helen E, accountant, 9 State, res 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Salisbury Sherman S, job printer, over 4 and 6 Exchange, h 17 Mary
1900
Mary St. Auburn, NY - Robert K H Galbraith age 57, wife Mary A. age 62, son-in-law Sherman S. Salisbury age 30, daughter Evelyn (wife of Sherman) age 31, granddaughter Caroline E. age 7.
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Auburn, Cayuga New York
Auburn Directory and Real Estate Record 1901 - Ancestry.com - page 444

Salisbury George W., emp D M O & Co, h over 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Salisbury Helen E., accountant, 9 State, res 1 1/ 2 Lewis
Salisbury Sherman S., book and job printer, over 4 and 6 Exchange, h 17 Mary
1902 - At Farleys... Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury occupied their cottage Sunday.


The Auburn Bulletin
Auburn, New York
Wednesday, June 18, 1902
1904 - The bill of Sherman S. Salisbury for $124, two trips to Albany on good roads matters, was rejected by the miscellaneous claims committee.


Auburn Weekly Bulletin
Auburn, New York
1904
1905 New York State Census
Name: Sherman Salsbury
Residence: Auburn, Cayuga, New York
Age: 35
Estimated Birth Year: 1870
Birthplace: United States
Relationship to Head of Household: Son-in-law
Race: White
Gender: Male
Family Number: 17
Page Number: 38
Line Number: 18
Film Number: 1435219
Digital Folder Number: 004296305
Image Number: 602
Collection: New York State Census, 1905

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1905 - Run Down by Auto - Sherman S. Salisbury Laid Up as a Result of Accident
Sherman S. Salisbury was run down and quite painfully injured by an automobile near the corner of State and Dill Streets Saturday afternoon. The auto was being driven by Frank Shaw and he came from the garage in Dill Street at a high rate of speed. In making the turn into Dill Street he struck the rear wheel of the bicycle which Mr. Salisbury was riding. Mr. Salisbury was thrown to the pavement with great force, bruising his right knee, tearing his trousers and bruising and scraping the skin from both hands. Shaw was unable to make the turn into State Street after the accident happened and steered his machine into the laneway in the rear of the Whiting flour store, where it was stopped.

Mr. Salisbury did not think his injuries were serious at the time, but later in the evening his bruised knee commenced to swell and became very painful. He is now under the care of Dr. J. P. Creveling. Many narrow escapes are seen daily at this corner as the automobiles of all shapes and sizes whiz...Read MORE...



The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Monday, October 2, 1905
The Fishermen
...Several communications relating to taking of the bass from the canal when the water was drawn off were received from the State Forest Fish and Game Commission in reply to communications sent by William C. Burgess and Sherman S. Salisbury, members of the club, who are opposed, with other fishermen along the shores of Cayuga Lake, to taking the fish out to put in other lakes on the ground that they are tributary to Cayuga Lake and belong there...

Democrat Argus
Auburn, New York
1906-1907 (exact date unknown)
1907 - William S. Towne of Grand Rapids, Mich., formerly of this city, is in town visiting for a few days with S. S. Salisbury of Mary Street, after which he will visit relatives in Massachusetts.


The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Tuesday, June 25, 1907
1908 - W. I. Towne of Grand Rapids, Mich., is visiting his cousin, S. S. Salisbury of 17 Mary Street.


The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Monday, Feb. 24, 1908
1908 - Season at Farley's On
The season at Farley's-On-Cayuga lake opened in earnest last week, and the cottages were well filled before the great day arrived... Oakview - Sherman S. Salisbury, wife, and daughter Carrie, and R. R. H. Galbraith are occupying their cottage for the season.

The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Tuesday, July 7, 1908
1910
Mary St. Auburn, NY - Sherman S. Salisbury, age 40, wife Evelyn G. Salisbury, age 41, daughter Caroline E. Salisbury, age 16, Robert R. H. Galbraith, age 67.
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1910 - Sales Agent Salisbury - Auburn Man will Handle Kavmor Presses in Western Territory
Sherman S. Salisbury, who since the beginning of the Citizen's career has had charge of the Job department, signed a contract in New York yesterday by which he becomes general agent, with offices in Chicago, of the Kavmor Automatic Press Company. This concern is the one that wanted to locate in Auburn some time ago but whose plant was established in Philadelphia, Pa., where its business is increasing by leaps and bounds. It maintains its principal offices in New York and in the past few months has secured some most important contracts. Mr. Salisbury will open his office for the concern in Chicago during the first week in January and his territory will include Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Minnesota, and South Dakota.

Mr. Salisbury is one of the best known printers in this section. When it comes to the practical end of the game there are few who are better equipped. He started in the business when a mere boy, learned it from A. to Izzard and has had the...Read MORE...



The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Wednesday, December 21, 1910
1911 - Sherman S. Salisbury's many friends will grieve to learn that he is ill with appendicitis in Chicago. His condition is improving and as soon as he is able he will return to this city to undergo an operation.


Auburn Semi-Weekly Journal
Auburn, New York
Friday, February 3, 1911
1911 - Sherman S. Salisbury was operated upon at the City hospital Saturday for appendicitis. His many friends will be pleased to know that his condition is gratifying to the surgeons.


Auburn Semi-Weekly Journal
Auburn, New York
Tuesday, February 14, 1911
1911 - Sherman S. Salisbury who recently suffered an operation for appendicitis at the City Hospital, has so far recovered as to be able to return to his home today.


Auburn Semi-Weekly Journal
Auburn, New York
Friday, February 24, 1911
1911
...In view of the removal shortly to Chicago of S. S. Salisbury, one of the founders and first officers, the universal regret of the class was expressed in the following resolution. 'The Men's Class of Central (Presbyterian) Church at it's regular social and business meeting, March 14, 1911, desiring to express its appreciation of the fellowship and services of Mr. Sherman S. Salisbury and its regret of his removal from the class and from Auburn, directs the following minute to be replaced on record: Mr. Salisbury has been identified with the class from its organization in 1902, serving as its first president and until 1905. To him belongs a very large share of the credit for its success. With marked qualities of friendliness and kindness, a rare gift of fellowship and unfailing good humor and tact, he also unselfishly devoted himself to the interest of the class, giving much valuable time and ability. We desire to put on record our appreciation of his kind and devoted labors, our...Read MORE...



The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Wednesday, March 13, 1911
1913 - Traveling Man Has Disappeared - Was Last Heard Of On Oct 28 - Worked For Local Paper Co.
Made Trips All Right Until Latter Part Of October and Since Then Nothing Has Been Heard Of Him

Where is Sherman S. Salibury of Auburn? His wife doesn't know, the Black River Paper Co. of this city and George Irish of Rochester, for whom he traveled do not know, and the police do not know. There are several people who would like to know and search is now being conducted by the police of Auburn, where he resided and of Malone, where he was last seen. It is not believed that Salisbury is dead, but he mysteriously dropped out of sight about two months ago and has not been heard from since.

Salisbury who traveled for George Irish of Rochester, a dealer in paper and printers' supplies, came to this city comparatively recently, armed with good references and wanted to represent the Black River Paper Co. He was hired by the manager, John Hyde, the controlling factor in the company, and it is said that he made three trips over his territory all right, but that on the fourth trip he got...Read MORE...



Watertown Daily Times
Watertown, New York
December 3, 1913
1913 - Believe Missing Man is Located - Sherman S. Salisbury Thought to be Located in Tupper Lake
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Auburn. Dec 4 - It is believed that Sherman S. Salisbury, the traveling salesman, who has been representing the Black River Paper & Manufacturing Co. of Watertown and George Irish of Rochester, also a dealer in paper and printers supplies, and who disappeared in Malone about two months ago, has been traced to Tupper Lake. Advices received here today by Chief of Police William C. Bell, state that a man who closely answers the description of Salisbury and who appeared at Tupper Lake about the time that Salisbury disappeared from Malone is working there for a lumber company under another name. Salisbury is about 42 years of age, married and resides in this city. Having not heard from him since Oct 28, Mrs. Salisbury and his employers put the case in the hands of the police to investigate. The Black River Paper Co. of Watertown has been exceedingly anxious to learn of his whereabouts since he disappeared.

Watertown Daily Times
Watertown, New York
December 4, 1913
1913 - Confident Salisbury is at Tupper Lake - Missing Agent There Under Name of Anderson
That Sherman S. Salisbury of Auburn, representative of the Black River Paper & Manufacturing Company of this city, who disappeared at Malone on Oct. 28, is at Tupper Lake working for the Emporium Lumber Company under the name of Anderson. There is little doubt according to information received by the authorities today. About two weeks ago inquiries in behalf of his family were made here for him. Before leaving this city for his trip northward, he left a board bill at the Woodruff House, which was not paid. Up to the time that he took employment with the local concern, it is claimed that Salisbury wrote his wife a letter every day, but since that time she has not heard from him. He bears an excellent reputation in Auburn, where he was a prominent church worker, and came here armed with the best of references when he sought employment with the Black River Paper Co. His family are anxious to secure his return and are bending every effort to that end, although neither his family nor...Read MORE...



Watertown Daily Times
Watertown, New York
Friday, December 5, 1913
1914 - Foul Play Feared - Sherman S. Salisbury Missing Over Two Months - Search is Unavailing - And Belief Is Growing Here And In Watertown That He Is Dead
Dispatches from Watertown announce that despite as systematic search for Sherman S. Salisbury of this city, who has been employed for some time as a traveling salesman for the Black River Paper & Manufacturing Company of Watertown, no trace of him has been found. The search has been in progress for about two months.

Salisbury disappeared mysteriously from Malone on October 28. Contrary to the first belief of his employers that he had absconded, there is a growing belief that he is dead and that is the belief of his wife and family in this city.

The Watertown dispatch says:

At the time that Salisbury disappeared he had $200 in money and about $700 in checks belonging to the local concern for which he traveled. After nothing had been heard from him for two weeks, John M. Hyde of this city, the controlling factor in the Black River Paper & Manufacturing Company, went over the route last covered by Salisbury and succeeded in invalidating the checks which Salisbury had...Read MORE...



The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
January 10, 1914
1914 - Salisbury's Mind Is Unbalanced? His Friends Come To That Conclusion - Police Join In The Search
Photograph of the man who disappeared so mysteriously is sent to Franklin County

A search has been begun for Sherman S. Salisbury the traveling representative of the Black River Paper & Manufacturing Company of this city, who disappeared at Malone on Oct 28, and it is probable that he will be placed under arrest within a few days on the charge of petit larceny or some minor offense.

John M. Hyde, who owns the controlling stock in the local concern, has within the past few days, it is claimed, received information which leads him to believe that Salisbury is alive and working in a lumber camp near Tupper Lake. The matter was placed in the hands of the local police several weeks ago and Tuesday night a photograph of Salisbury was procured and placed in the hands of Franklin county authorities who, armed with the proper papers, will attempt the arrest of the man.

At Tupper Lake, it is said the sample case used by Salisbury was found and in it were letters from Mrs. Salisbury ...Read MORE...



Watertown Daily Times
Watertown, New York
Wednesday, February 4, 1914
1914 - Missing Auburn Man Believed in the Woods - Sherman S. Salisbury Who Disappeared at Malone. May Be Mentally Unbalanced.
Watertown - Feb. 5 - John M. Hyde, head of the Black River Paper & Manufacturing Company, by which Sherman S. Salisbury of Auburn was employed as a traveling representative when he disappeared at Malone on October 25th, has within the past few days, received information which leads him to believe that Salisbury is alive and working at some Adirondack lumber camp near Tupper Lake, and it is believed that the man is mentally unbalanced.

At Tupper Lake, the ? case ? By Salisbury was found containing letters from Mrs. Salisbury which her husband must have received three weeks before he disappeared but which (unable to read).

continued to write and telegraph her up to two days before he disappeared. A search has been commenced among the lumber camps for the missing man.
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The Syracuse Herald
Syracuse, New York
Thursday, February 5, 1914
1914 - Believes Husband Dead - Mrs. Salisbury Places No Credence In Reports That He Is Alive
Placing no credit in stories that have been circulated that her husband, Sherman S. Salisbury is alive and working at a lumber camp in the Adirondack Mountains near Tupper Lake, Mrs. Salisbury stated today that she had received no information that would lead her to believe that her husband, who has been missing since Oct. 28, was at any of the lumber camps in that district and that she placed no credence in any of the reports.

'John M. Hyde, head of the Black River Paper Company by which Mr. Salisbury has been employed has been all over the ground three times', said Mrs. Salisbury, 'and has been unable to locate Mr. Salisbury and if he was in that section as reported I know that I should have learned about it at once. I believe that Sherman if alive would write to me and let me know in someway where he was.'

Asked for her opinion as to a solution of the mystery, Mrs. Salibury replied: 'I believe that Mr. Salisbury is dead, the victim of foul play. I have believed this from the...Read MORE...



The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Friday, February 6, 1914
1914 - Missing Auburn Man is Located in Adirondacks - Sherman S. Salisbury Employed at Lumber Camp, Mr. Wallace Informs Friends
AUBURN - Feb. 8 - Sherman S. Salisbury of No. 17 Mary street in this city, reported to have been missing from Watertown for nearly four months, is in the Adirondacks about thirty miles north of Tupper lake, according to Richard A. Wallace, a local constable. Mr. Wallace has returned from the Adirondacks and made public the information today.

Mr. Wallace says he talked with Mr. Salisbury. The latter is said to be contently working in a lumber camp. Mr. Wallace said Mr. Salisbury agreed to return to Watertown and Auburn in due time and make a full explanation of the circumstances surrounding his unannounced departure from the office of the Black River Paper Company.

The trip of Mr. Wallace was made at the request of friends of Mr. Salisbury in this city. The latter was prominent in large circles and made many friends when he was in charge of the job department of the Auburn Publishing Company.

Mr. Salisbury's wife who resides with her father in Mary street, has been ill. She...Read MORE...


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The Post Standard
Syracuse, New York
Monday, February 9, 1914
1914 - Salisbury Is Alive - That Is The Belief Now Of His Auburn Friends
That Sherman S. Salisbury of this city, employed as a traveling salesman by the Black River Paper Company of Watertown, who disappeared mysteriously on October 28, is alive is the belief of his friends in this city, although Richard A. Wallace refused to confirm the reports that reached here yesterday and said to have come from Watertown, that he had located him in an Adirondack camp and talked with him. Mr. Wallace when interviewed this morning stated that the story of his locating Salisbury was unauthentic and stated that he had not seen Salisbury. He admitted, however, that he had gone into the Adirondack country last Tuesday, returning home Friday night.

Questioned as to what he learned while there regarding the missing man, Mr. Wallace refused to discuss the matter insisting that at the present time there was nothing in connection with the case that could be made public. He hinted, however, that there might be developments within the next few days that would clear up the...Read MORE...



The Auburn Citizen
Auburn, New York
Monday, February 9, 1914
Grand Rapids, Michigan - 1915

1920 Grand Rapids City Directory
Salisbury, see also Salsbury
' Caroline E., bkpr Overland Co., r 765 Hawthorne
' Sherman S., mgr Dickinson Bros, h 765 Hawthorne


Title Grand Rapids city directories
Published 1920
Original from the University of Michigan
Digitized Sep 11, 2009
Page 943
1927
S.S. Salisbury signed paper to let Helen E. Salisbury use accrued pension money to pay for funeral expense of Caroline M. Salisbury
Cert # 801352
July 5, 1927
1930
Eastern? Ave. Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan - Sherman S. Salisbury sales manager, printing company, age 60; wife, Evelyn Salisbury age 60; daughter Caroline E. Salisbury, age 35, accountant in an auto garage.
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1933
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Paul, daughter, Miss Clara E. Paul, and son, Charles G. Paul of 17 Mary Street, with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Salisbury and daughter, Miss Caroline Salisbury of Grand Rapids, Mich., formerly of Auburn, are spending the month of August at Elmrest cottage near Wyckoff's Station, west side of Oswago Lake.

The Citizen Advertiser
Auburn, New York
Friday, August 11, 1933
1941 - Fifty Years Ago
A morning wedding took place today at the home of the bride, 17 Mary Street, when Rev. Dr. John Brainard forged the silken fetters that that made Miss Evelyn Galbraith and Sherman S. Salisbury one.

The Citizen Advertiser
Auburn, New York
Wednesday, September 17, 1941
Death
Name: Sherman Smith Salisbury
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 22 Mar 1947
Event Place: Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 77
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: 04 Oct 1869
Birthplace: Aurora, New York
Birth Year (Estimated): 1870
Father's Name: Geo Salisbury
Mother's Name: Caroline Smith
GS Film number: 1972830
Digital Folder Number: 005237795
Image Number: 00043

'Michigan, Death Certificates, 1921-1952,' index, FamilySearch (familysearch.org/ pal:/ MM9.1.1/ KF3P-M4Y : accessed 25 Jun 2013), Sherman Smith Salisbury, 1947.
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Obituary
Grand Rapids Herald, Grand Rapids, MI, 23 Mar 1947, Page 27

Salisbury - Sherman S. Salisbury, aged 77, passed away early Saturday morning at his home, 765 Hawthorne St., NE. Surviving are his widow, Evelyn; a daughter, Miss Caroline Salisbury, and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Salisbury was removed to the Metcalf Mortuary, where services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, with Rev. H. Cecil Fellers officiating. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.

The Citizen Advertiser, Auburn, NY, Wednesday, April 28, 1947

Sherman S. Salisbury Dies in Michigan

It became known in Auburn today that Sherman S. Salisbury, 77, former well-known Auburnian, died Saturday, March 22 at his home 756 Hawthorne Street NE., Grand Rapids, Mich.

Mr. Salisbury, who was born in Auburn, resided for many years in Auburn, where for a time he was manager of the Job Department of the Auburn Citizen. Later he opened a job printing establishment in Exchange Street and which nourished under the name of...Read MORE...



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Sherman is buried at: Woodlawn Cemetery
2530 Kalamazoo S.E.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA


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Vintage Postcard Design: This 11-ounce ceramic mug showcases a beautifully crafted vintage postcard design that pays homage to the scenic beauty of Auburn, NY. It's a perfect way to celebrate your love for this picturesque city.   Pinterest   

Buy it NOW!NY Gift Idea - Pizza, Bagels and Cheesecake - I Love New York! - Ceramic Mug 11oz for Genealogists Family History

Sip your way into the heart of the Big Apple with our Ceramic Mug featuring the mouthwatering trio of Pizza, Bagels, and Cheesecake! Designed for true New York food lovers, this mug is your perfect companion for savoring your favorite brews.   Pinterest   

Buy it NOW!Proud Descendant of the USA Coffee Mug - 11oz Ceramic

"My ancestors came from the USA. That explains a lot about my love for Thanksgiving, parades, and believing that ketchup is a vegetable!"   Pinterest