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|1||A Closer Look at Descendants of Early Eller Families of Rowan County, North Carolinaa|
A look at the intertwined Eller Families that settled in Rowan County by Peggy Agner Troutman and Louise Barringer File and compiled by J. Gerald Eller.
|2||Aswell Peter Eller (1834-1906) and His Descendants|
A biographical sketch of this Eller family. Aswell-5, Luke-4, Jacob-3, Peter-2, George Michael-1
|3||Christian Eller (1724? - 1804)|
Christian is the son of Casper (Kaspar) Eller and one of the original immigrants. Research by Harvey Powers.
|4||Cordia Etta Fore Descendants|
The article and photos were submitted by Phyllis Carter. First there is an article that she has written on her husband's grandmother, Cordia Etta Fore Carter.
|5||Cpt. Jesse Franklin Eller (1835-1900)|
Capt. Jesse Eller served in Company K, 53rd North Carolina Infantry.
|6||David Gallaway Eller: Modern-day Texas Entrepreneur|
Biographical sketch of Mr. Eller.||
George Michael Eller1 - Peter Eller Sr.2 - Peter Eller Jr.3 - David Eller (1815-1883)4 - Julius Marion Eller (1854-1904) 5- James Marion Eller, Sr.6. - David Gallaway Eller-7
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
|7||Descendants of Jakob Eller (1590-1640)|
Details of an early Eller family in Germany. Reprinted from the May 1988 edition of The Eller Chronicles, p. 60-62.
|8||DNA Connection to Ellers Now In Germany|
Mayor Hans-Joachim Eller of the German city of Eimsheim has a DNA connection to the Ellers in America
A presentation to the 2009 EFA Conference by Tom Eller
|10||Donald T. Eller Profile|
A profile of Adm. Donald T. Eller with emphasis on his role in WWII. Provided by Harvey Powers.
|11||Early Germans in America and Why They Came|
A look at the forces in Germany that led to the massive influx of Germans into America.
|12||Eller Cemetery - Monroe County, IN|
The cemetery is located 5 Miles West of Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana and adjoins the airport.
|13||Eller Family In Germany|
An exploration of the possible places in Germany where the American branch of the Eller Family originated. By J. Gerald Eller
|14||Eller Farms in Rowan County, NC (Maps) 1761-1764|
Maps of that part of Rowan County, North Carolina, showing the locations of the farms of Christian, Jacob and Mehchior Eller. In addition, this map shows the location of Union Lutheran Chruch, believed to the the successor to the "Pine Church."
This Eller Genealogy is posted on the website http://www.surnameguide.com/eller/index.htm and differs considerably from the Eller Genealogy we show for the Christian Eller line.
|16||Eller Germany Research|
Ever wonder what it would be like to visit Germany and Austria to search for missing Ellers and to trace our roots? That's exactly what EFA members Ed Eller, Lauren and Dan Liggett and Anna Bliss did in August 2015.
|17||Eller Graves in Rowan County Cemeteries|
Many early Eller families worshiped in the "Pine Church" -- in German, Peint Church" -- or "Dutch Pine Meeting House" and in Organ Lutheran Church (also known as Second Creek Church). The successor church is Union Lutheran Church. We have links to the information on these and other cemeteries in Rowan County.
Eller History by Shelia Dickman. Research on the early immigrants with an emphasis on Christian Eller.
|19||Eller Migration to Rowan County, NC|
A presentation to the Eller The ELLER FAMILY REUNION Salisbury, North Carolina, 20-22 August 1989. Copyright Jo White Linn 1989.
|20||Eller, James H. (1869-|
Biographical sketch of James H. Eller of Indiana. (James H, Calvin, Henry, Peter, Geo. Michael)
|21||Ernest McNeil Eller|
A Biography of ADM Ernest M. Eller ( 1903-1992)
|22||Eugene Robert Eller|
|23||George Eller & Rosena Goodman of Rowan County, NC|
A Possible New Eller Immigrant to Rowan County, North Carolina
|24||George Eller, Jr. |
Information on George Eller Jr. (1782-1851) who was born in Wythe Co., VA and died in KY. Son of George Eller, Grandson of Christian Eller. Research by Helen Eller.
|25||George Eller, Jr. (Update)|
Additional information on George Eller, Jr. Included are 11 updates from Helen Eller's earlier document
|26||George Henry M. Eller |
A Biographical sketch of George Eller (1848-1910)
|27||George Michael & Henry Eller of Maryland|
Research by Mary Cochran Eller including a translated copy of George Michael's will.
|28||George Michael Eller|
Descendants of George Michael Eller (1722-1778)
The basis for this work was "George Michael Eller and Descendants of His in America" by James W. Hook published in 1957 with additional data supplied by descendants. Supplied by Roger Foster and Julia Sanders Eller.
|29||George Michael Eller|
The Descendants of Paul Casper ELLER, the George Michael Eller (1723-1778) line. Research from Benjamin L. Eller.
|30||George Michael Eller|
From the "Peterson-Tarbert" family tree on the "Family Search" website.
|31||George Michael Eller and Descendants of his in America|
This is the 1957 book by James Hook, stored on Google
|32||George Michael Eller Descendants|
Research by Julia Eller
|33||Harvey Eller (1819-1906)|
A colorful biography of Harvey Eller by Lynn Eller.
|34||Henry Eller (1817-1889) Biography|
A biographical sketch of Henry Eller from the 1884 “Counties of Morgan, Monroe, and Brown, Indiana. Historical and Biographical;”
|35||Henry Eller, Sr. |
Descendants of Paul Casper Eller, the Henry Eller, Sr. (1724-1793) line. Research by Benjamin L. Eller.
|36||History of the Union Evangelical Lutheran Church|
This history recounts the church at which we believe several of our early Rowan County ancestors worshiped.
|37||Horace "Hod" Eller|
Pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds 1917-1922 Including during the infamous 1919 World Series Between the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox. His six straight strikeouts in the first game of the series set a World Series record.
|38||J.W. Eller Book |
A small book prepared by J.W. Eller in 1918 with some notes and photos added by Marjorie Baker McCormick and published in the Chronicles in August 1993.
|39||Jacob & Magdalene Eller of Botetourt County, VA|
There is misinformation regarding Jacob Eller and his wife Magdalene, who were the first Ellers to settle in Botetourt County, Virginia.
|40||Jacob B. Eller (1756-1830)|
Information on the Jacob Eller of Botetort County, Virginia. Information on the 'Geni' Website. Note: This information is disputed.
|41||Jacob Eller (1798-1855) & Elizabeth Byrkit Eller (1802-1876)|
|42||Jacob Eller (1822-1899) |
A brief Sketch of Jacob Eller of NC & TN, prepared by Charlotte Eller Marshall
|43||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.
|44||Jacob Eller Plantation|
Memories of the Jacob Eller home on Sugarloaf Mountain Road in Roanoke County, VA. Provided by John C. Eller.
|45||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
|47||James Granville Eller Reunions|
Recollections of family reunions
|48||James MC Eller (1812-1832)|
|49||James MC Eller (1812-1832)|
|50||James W. Eller (1841- )|
Profile: James W. (5) - Absolom (4) - Joseph (3) - Leonard (2) - George Michael (1)