Frank A. Saltsman, assistant postmaster of Wellsville, is well and favorably known throughout Columbiana County.
He was born in Jefferson County, Ohio, Feb. 23, 1878, and is the son of Isaac and Hannah (Lawrence) Saltsman.
Isaac Saltsman, deceased, was a native of Jefferson County, Ohio, as was his wife. He was a farmer and extensively
engaged in stock raising. He died April 15, 1915, and his wife died Dec. 4, 1898. Mr. and Mrs. Saltsman had 13
children, of whom Frank A., the subject of this sketch, was the youngest.
Frank A. Saltsman received his education in the public schools and graduated from Scio College, and later attended
Mt. Union College. He began teaching school when 17 years of age and spent ten years following that profession.
He came to Wellsville in 1905 and after taking the civil service examination was engaged as a letter carrier. He
has served as assistant postmaster since Dec. 1, 1915.
On Nov. 26, 1908, Mr. Saltsman was united in marriage with Miss Lulu M. Culp, who was born in Knox Township, Jefferson
County, the daughter of John L. and Amanda (Connell) Culp. Mr. Culp a Civil War veteran, lives retired with Mr.
and Mrs. Saltsman. His wife died Jan. 17, 1923, and is buried in Wellsville. Mr. and Mrs. Saltsman have no children.
In politics Mr. Saltsman is identified with the Democratic party. He is a member of the Methodist Church and is
affiliated with the Masonic Lodge, of which he is secretary, and is also a member of the Knights of Pythias. He
is an industrious and capable man, and has the esteem of his fellow citizens throughout the county.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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