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|51||Jacob Eller Family of Roanoke County, Virginia|
Dr. David B. Eller's research on the Jacob/Magadelne line presented at the Eller Family Reunion, Salem, Virginia.
|52||Jacob Eller Plantation|
Memories of the Jacob Eller home on Sugarloaf Mountain Road in Roanoke County, VA. Provided by John C. Eller.
|53||Jacob Eller, Sr. and related families of Henkel, Biffle and Ketchey.|
A major research article on the Jacob Eller, Sr. Line presented by J. Gerald Eller to the EFA 1993 Conference in Oregon.
His role in the Civil War
|55||James Granville Eller Reunions|
Recollections of family reunions
|56||James MC Eller (1812-1832)|
|57||James W. Eller (1841- )|
Profile: James W. (5) - Absolom (4) - Joseph (3) - Leonard (2) - George Michael (1)
|58||James W. Eller Military record|
Company I, 10th Indiana Cavalry. Private James William Eller joined for duty and enrolled 26 November 1863 in Bloomington,
Indiana for a period of three years.
|59||James William Hook (1884-1957)|
Mr. Hook is the author of "George Michael Eller and Descendants of His in America"
|60||James Wright Eller (1843-1947)|
A Biographical sketch by Clarence J. Neff
|61||John Jacob Eller|
Descendants of Paul Casper Eller, the John Jacob Eller (1715-1782) Line. Benjamin L. Eller research.
|62||John Jacob Eller & His Descendants|
This book by J. Gerald Eller, Edward K Eller, Janine Eller Porter is no longer available from the publisher. This is a searchable photocopy. It includes other Pre-1800 Eller immigrants:
|63||John Melchoir ELLER|
Descendants of Paul Casper Eller, the John Melchior Eller (1736-UNK) line. Benjamin L. Eller Research.
|64||John Wesley Eller|
Johns Wesley Eller, 1856-1865, of Buncombe County, North Carolina
|65||John William Eller |
Biographical sketch of John W. Eller (1849-1930) provided by Helen Eller.
|66||Joseph Michael Franklin Eller And His Journey From North Carolina to Idaho|
Presented to the EFA in July 1993
Biographical sketch of Karl Eller of Phoenix, AZ
|68||Lives of Franklin Plato Eller and John Carlton Eller|
Franklin Plato Eller (1869-1892) and John Carlton Eller (1873-1896) died of typhoid shortly after graduating from the University of North Carolina.
|69||Louisa Jane Eller Faulkner|
|70||Lucius Elom Eller (1884-1953) |
A biography written by his Grandson
|71||Madora Eller Mangold (1853-1945)|
Information provided by By Otto Mangold, Jr.
Matthes Eller is the earliest known ancestor to early Eller immigrants to the New World. He is the great, great grandfather of these immigrants. Benjamin Eller resarch
|73||Michael C. Eller (1825-1909)|
Ancestors of Michael C. Eller of Hillesheim, Hesse, Germany. Part of the so-called "Erie Ellers." Provided by Donn Koenig.
|74||Milton (Eller) Ellison |
The evolution of the Eller to Ellison name. Milton Ellison (Milton7, Elisha6, Joseph “Pig”5, Joseph “Joe”4, Susannah “Sukey”3, Jacob Jr.2, Jacob1)
Links to a website with 34 Ellers including George Michael and Henry Eller.
|76||Restoring Old Photographs|
A guide to "cleaning up" old photos for your archives or for printing out.
|77||Rising Sun on Warplanes' Wings Etched Forever on Sailor's Mind|
Reflections on the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor by Lawrence Eller from the Erie Daily Times, 1999
|78||Robert Woodson Eller|
Robert W. Eller was the son of John Jacob Eller III and Susannah McCarty. He was born April 6, 1827 in Cooper County Missouri and died November 18, 1915 in Williamson County Texas.
|79||Rowan County Lutheran Churches|
Our early Eller ancestors worshiped at the "Dutch Pine Meeting House." Here's a look at that church and the early other churches in the area.
|80||The Early Eller, Goettge and Buffel Families of Rowan County, NC|
Research by J. Gerald Eller in 1989
|81||The Eller Coat of Arms |
A look at the several versions of the "Eller Coat of Arms" that are being offered as "official."
|82||The Legend of "Blackberry|
The story of the colorful live of Lester Neville Eller
|83||The Life and Times of James Gerald Eller|
An Autobiography = The Story of a Mountain Man from Graham County, NC
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
|84||Wayne M. Eller|
Feature story from the "Washington Star" from Nov. 24, 1946.
|85||Wayne M. Eller (1881-1959) Letter |
This letter written in 1934 summarizes the information Mr. Eller had collected and provides it to his three children. I received a copy of this letter in 2018.
|86||William Genson Eller|
Biographical sketch of William Genson Eller (1882-1960) provided by Helen Eller.
|87||William Hamilton Eller (1842-1922)|
Biographical sketch of William. H. Eller.
6)William 5)Harvey 4)Simeon 3)John 2)Peter 1)George Michael Eller
|88||William Sheridan Eller|
Information and photos provided by Mary Louise Eller Tomlinson