|Vol. VI NO 3.||THE ELLER FAMILY ASSOCIATION||AUG 1992|
|EARLY ELLER FAMILIES OF HAMILTON COUNTY, INDIANA|
|Brief Biography of Jean Oliver||156-157|
|Message from Van and Betty Eller||157|
|Ancestry and Descendants of Jean Oliver||158-159|
|A Golden Wedding Anniversary||160|
|Leonard Eller2, George Michael Eller1||161-162|
|James W. Eller||162-163|
|John Eller (Jacob1Magdalene line of VA)||163-165|
|Genealogical Records, Hamilton Co., IN||165-171|
|Plat Maps of Eller Land||172-176|
|The ELLER BRIDGE and ELLER ROAD||177-178|
|ELLER REUNIONS AND THE BEN HUR PARK||179|
|MAYOR EARL W. ELLER, Asheville, NC||180-182|
|EARLY ELLERS IN ENGLAND||183-184|
|IGI, PART II: ELLER FAMILIES IN THE GERMAN PALATINATE||185-193|
|MISCELLANEOUS GENEALOGICAL RECORDS||194-195|
|ELLER FAMILIES OF THE BAVARIAN ALGAU, GERMANY||193,- 196 &|
|FROM PAUL J. PHIPPS: Henry a Geo. Michael Eller Lines|
|FGR for Peter "Old" Graybill||198|
|Pedigree Charts back to "Old" Peter Graybill,(1730)||199-201|
|Pedigree overview (Paul John Phipps)||202-203|
|Pedigree Overview (Ida Mae Boling- Eller line)||204|
|CAN YOU IDENTIFY ANY OF THESE ELLERS? - Unlabeled photos recov- ered from the attic of an Eller home in Buncombe Co.,N.C.|
|ELLERS IN THE NEWS||184, 213-215, 225|
|ELLER FAMILY ASSOCIATION BUSINESS:|
|A Message from the President||216-217|
|EFA Memorial and Restoration Projects||218-221|
|EPA Conference III: Ltr. from Charlotte Marshall||222|
In this issue the EFA announces it's first projects designed to serve its goal "to encourage the restoration and maintenance of cemeteries or other sites of meaning to various Eller families. Money raised in support of these and future projects, initited by Charlotte Marshall, promises to make possible the support of similiar projects in the future.
Charlotte invites EFA members to submit plans and recommendations for similar projects in 1993 when more money is expected to be available. (See EFA Business pp. 218-220)
The past three months has brought many interesting new contacts. News of the EFA and the Eller Chronicles continues to spread. Some of our contacts and recent activities on behalf of the EFA follow:
JEAN OLIVER, provides our feature story and the front cover sketch for this issue. She is the first Leonard Eller descendant since Kathleen A. Schoen to submit material on his line.
JANE ELLER BYRD, 4052 Summer Lane, Hillsborough, NC 27278 RUTH ELLER BAILEY, 2536 Country Club Ct., Raleigh, NC 27608 JUDITH ELLER FREEMAN, 2216 Lash Ave., Raleigh, NC 27607 These are daughters of the Rev. J. Ben Eller and Ruth Cozart whose story appeared in the last issue. They are retired public school teachers and are planning a follow-up to the story in the last issue.
LT. COL. THOMAS H. ELLER, 520 Hwy. #1 N., Camden Military Academy, Camden, SC. While statoned in Germany, Tom did Eller research especially on the Eller families of the Bavarian Algau. He provided pictures for this issue ( back cover and pp. 193 & 196) and we look forward to publishing more of his material in future issues.
PAUL J. PHIPPS, 836 S. Harman Hwy #49, Ortig, WA 98360, is a new EFA member and contributor to the Chronicles. (pp. 197-204)
DR. K. NAPP-ZINN informs us that he will retire from his position as Professor of Botany at the University of Koln at the end of the term. A genealogy of his family will be published in the Chronicles in the near future.
ELIZABETH DUPUY RATHER of 730 24th Place, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254 is a gr. gr.daughter of Rev. William H. Eller (The Eller Chronicles, Vol. IV:3: 101-108. She has information, including pictures to share in a later issue.
ELLER FAMILY COOKBOOK: We have met Lynn Eller on three occasions at the famous Dillard House in Dillard, GA to make plans for publishing his and Juanita's THE ELLER FAMILY COOKBOOK in time for Conf. 193. Recipes are still coming in from all over the U.S. and Europe. THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING RECIPES FOR THE BOOK IS TENTATIVELY SET FOR SEPTEMBER 15, 1992. Send them to Lynn Eller, 42 28th St., N.W., Atlanta, GA 30309.