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|1||"Eller Family" |
Research and documents by Erin Bradford
|2||"Hogback School" |
Life in a small rural school in the 1930's. The 'Oregon Trail School' (formerly the 'Hogsback School')was located in Malheur County, OR.
|3||"James M. Eller’s line of Descendants from Jakob Eller"|
Article by James M. "Jim" Eller in the May 2008 "Eller Chronicles."
|4||"Roanoke Eller Connection Confirmed"|
Howard Eller and presumably all the descendants of the Jacob Eller line of Roanoke, VA match up with other DNA results from the George Michael Eller line. The exact relationship is yet to be determined, but they are definitely part of the George Michael Eller line.
|5||"The Eller Family in Germany: Who, Where and When?"|
by Harvey Powers
A look at published research on Eller ancestors in Germany
|6||"The Gift of A Lifetime"|
Suggestions on how to write your life history
|7||"The Tory Oak"|
The story of the tree in Wilkesboro, NC where several "Tories" were hanged during the American revolution.
|8||A Visit to St. Paul's Lutheran Church
By Gerald Eller
|9||Behind the Lines: Ellers in the Civil War|
A collection of articles by Byron Eller on Eller men who served in the Civil war. Also two articles by George C. Eller on "Ellers in the Union Army."
(This is a very large file - 160 pages - 16 MGB)
|10||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
|12||Dutch Pine Meeting House|
We believe some of the early Eller ancestors were Lutheran and worshiped at the “Dutch Pine Meeting House” about five miles east of Salisbury in Rowan County, North Carolina. That church existed in 1771 and may have been there much earlier.
|13||Early Eller Families of Iredell County, North Carolina |
The earliest known Eller record in Iredell County, North Carolina was for David Eller, 1834
|14||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.
|15||Eller Coat of Arms |
A look at the several versions of the "Eller Coat of Arms" that are being offered as "official."
|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 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.
|18||Eller Teachers - Myrtle Eller Tilley|
|19||Eller, Jacob Plantation|
Memories of the Jacob Eller home on Sugarloaf Mountain Road in Roanoke County, VA. Provided by John C. Eller.
|20||Eller, Vernard (1927-2007)|
An index of books written by Dr. Eller, a professor of religion. Dr. Eller was a member of the Church of the Brethren.
|21||Ellers Who Served in the Civil War
A collection of articles from the Eller Chronicles written by Byron Eller. Collected and reprinted with the permission of the author by Juanita Eller in 1995.
|22||Genealogical Relationships Between Byrkits and Ellers |
Children of Leonard Eller, Son of Immigrant George Michael Eller
|23||German Naming Customs|
Why there might be more than one child in a family with the same first name.
|24||History of Clark's Chapel Church|
This church in Weaverville (Buncombe County) NC is associated with Rev. Joseph Eller who helped found it.
|25||History of Salisbury, NC|
Presentation to the EFA Conference 27 Jul 2017
|26||History of the Union Evangelical Lutheran Church|
This history recounts the church at which we believe several of our early Rowan County ancestors worshiped.
|27||Jakob Eller, Descendants of (1590-1640) in Germany|
Compiled by Georg Eller, Bannzaunerweg 7, 6530 Bingen 1,West Germany;
Translated by Louise Eller, 2932 Homeway Dr., Beavercreek, OH 45385
|28||Journey To The Absalom Eller Family Cemetery|
By Dan Liggett
|29||NOTES ON THE HISTORY OF THE ELLER FAMILY IN GERMANY|
By J. Gerald Eller
|30||Old Smyrna Church Cemetery (aka Bradshaw Cemetery)|
An article by Dawn Watson about visiting this cemetery. The cemetery includes at least two members of the Jacob Eller family.
|31||Restoring Old Photographs|
A guide to "cleaning up" old photos for your archives or for printing out.
|32||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.
|33||The Great Philadelphia Wagon Road |
The Great Philadelphia Wagon Road and the associated Wilderness Road were the most important frontier roads in western North Carolina during the eighteenth century.