Hi, Deb --
Last night I found a 1754 militia roster (Granville Co, NC) which showed a Thomas SALE (#108) in Capt. Sugar JONES' company. In the same company there's a William "SAUL" and I wonder if that might actually be "SALE." Also found a Capt. John SALLISís militia company, so I think that SALLIST / SALLIS, etc. name probably is a different name, not a misspelling of SALE. I've seen it a couple of other places, too. And I suspect that the name of Jacob SHELL's son-in-law, "SALLES" is more likely SALLIS / SALLIST than a misspelling of SALE, but I could be wrong.
I did not find any SALE, any spelling, in a 1778 list of Oaths of Allegiance taken in various districts (NC). There were some other surnames I've seen connected with SALE, such as MITCHELL, GRANT, DUNCAN, KING (connected w/SAYLE), plus AMIS (3) and HAWKINS which ties in with AMIS in Hawkins Co, TN -- and some others.
Quite a few county boundaries were changing and new counties being formed in the time period I'm interested in so there are a lot of other counties I'll need to check.
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