Eller Chronicles Feb 92 p-3

The Eller Chronicles


Vol. VI NO 1.THE ELLER FAMILY ASSOCIATIONFEB 1992



ELLER CHRONICLES  Feb. 1992 Page 14

GENEALOGY: QUERIES

A. B. ELLER, Buncombe Co., NC. From Lou Herrington, 600 Dennis Drive, Desoto, TX 75115. Following from Buncombe Co., N.C. Stack File C.R.013.928.7: "A. B. Eller of Collins Co., Texas 30 Nov. 1883, appoints J. P. Eller of Buncombe Co., N.C. his attorney to recover, and receive all sums of money due him." [Eds. We think A. B. Eller was Adam Barnett Eller,, son of Rev. Joseph P. Eller, the J. P. Eller of above notice. Unpublished notes of J. W. Hook in NC Dept. of Archives and History, Raleigh, N.C. quotes from letters received from J. Ben and Carl Eller- of Buncombe Co. that Barnett Eller, son of Joseph P. Eller, had moved to Mckinney, TX where he reared a large family. We hope Lou or others can supply more details of this Texas Eller family.]




BERNHARD ELLER. From Renate Eller, Europawijk 102, B-2440 Geel, Belgium in ltr. to Lynn Eller, 42 28th St. N.W., Atlanta GA. 30309. " I am a teacher of biology and dentistry and work now for- several years in Belgium in an European school. My father is very interested in his family roots and we were very happy about meeting your- nephew Mike. I learned about your research on the genealogy of the Eller family. My family belongs to the "Ellers" who lived in the Black Forest. My father thinks they came from the region around Solda-Sulden in Tirol, Italy. What we know about the "Ellers" doesn't go back very far. We only have dates for my grand father Christoph Eller, and his brothers and sisters and my great grandfather, Franz Josef Eller and his brother. Their, father, BERNHARD ELLER, emigrated to the U.S.A. We don't know exactly when he emigrated and we also do not know through which harbor he came in and to which town or area he went. Any info. on Bernhard Eller will be appreciated." [Eds. Ltr. translated by Leetha T. Renwick, 1108 Shady Lane #1, Visalis, CA 93277-2166.




DAVID ELLER. From Jim R. Harley, M.D., 6135 Chrismark Ave., San Diego, CA 92103.
Ltr. to Charlotte Marshall dated 6 Oct. 1991: "I am a descendant of David Eller(5) (J. W. Hook: George Michael Eller, p. 78) who was a son of John Eller(4), etc. ... I am particularly interested in bio. info. about David Eller, his role in the Civil War, what he did, etc. Also I seek info. about his daughter, Albina Eller (1860-1946) and her husband James Napier Harley (1849-1923),... also info about the ancestors of Ellen Colvard (wife of David Eller). I have info. on children of David (1836-1909) and Ellen Colvard Eller, (1832-1892) and will glad to share it-."




DR. PAUL H. ELLER. From Byron Eller, 6507 Jack Hill Drive, Oroville, CA 95966..." Dr. Paul H. Eller is author of a book, These United Brethern, former Head of Department of Church History at Evangelical Theological Seminary, Napersville, Illinois (now united with and forming Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, IL). Who is Dr. Paul H. Eller?" [Eds. See Eller Chronicles Vol. II, No. 1, p. 17. We think he is a descendant of one of these families. Can someone verify?




HENRY ELLER of Rowan Co., NC. From Elise P. Kidd, 4800 Red River, Austin, TX 78751. Ltr. dated 27 Dec. 1991 ... "Enclosed is a family group sheet ... I think that my 3rd gr. grandfather could be the Henry Eller- of the 1790 and 1800 censuses for, Rowan Co., N.C." SEE FAMILY GROUP SHEET ON PAGE


HENRY ELLER Family Group Sheet




HORACE OWEN "HOD" ELLER. From' Dorothy Newbold, P.O. Box 507, Ball Ground, GA 30107... "this bit of Eller lore from the Baseball Encyclopedia, The Complete and Official Record of Major, League Baseball, 1976, Macmillan P. 1615: Horace Owen Eller (Hod) b. July 5, 1894, Muncie, Ind., d. July 18, 1961, Indianapolis, Ind.; 5 ft. 11 and one half inches tall, 185 lbs. Pitcher 1917-1921 Cincinnati Reds, World Series 1919 (pitched). Anyone know Hod Eller?"




MARGARET "Peggy" ELLER CLOUSE & HENRY ELLER. From Lois C. McLendon, Rt. 3, Box 686, Broken Arrow, OK 74014, ltr,. to Bill Eller, dated 11 Sep. 1990... "My step grandmother, knew Margaret Eller Clouse, my great grandmother. She said the old country influence was strong in Peggy's way of living and that the Ellers came from Germany. I have come to a dead-end on my Eller line. After reading all the Chronicles I feel that my Henry Eller ties in somewhere Census records state he was b. ca. 1806 in VA. I have records of a Henry in White Co., TN in 1832 where he raised a family. Some of his descendants are still there. But who are his ancestors?"




HENRY ELLER AND HANNAH BEANE. From Margaret B. West, 8 Laydon Circle, Newport News, VA 23606, ltr. dated June 24 1991... "Henry Eller and Hannah Beane had marriage bond 000124456 26 Jan. 1800 bondsman Peter Crowell. The name Bame was originally the German Boehm but in NC was spelt so many different ways. The original Bame in Rowan County was Jacob Beame who bought land on Reedy Branch of Dutch Second Creek in 1786. This land was mortgaged in 1812 and Henry Eller is listed with all the children of Jacob. I wonder, if he had really married a Beame girl. Any info. will be appreciated."




From Phyllis B. Jones who is interested in a large number of N.C. Ellers. SEE HER LETTER ON P. 24-25.




From Lucile S. Herrington, 600 Dennis Dr., Desoto, TX 75115. [SEE ANCESTRAL CHARTS PP. 26-27 ]




From Phyllis Tollison Johnson 318 Driftwood Dr. Piedmont, SC 29673. [SEE ANCESTRAL CHARTS PP. 28-29 ]




"ELLER" AS A GIVEN NAME. From Geraldine Crill Eller, 500 N. Emerson #307, Wenatchee, WA 98801. ..."It is not uncommon for a child to be given the mother's maiden last name, but seldom used. The 15th ,great grandchild of Geraldine and Jay Eller will have both of his parent's last names. Sylvia Eller and her husband Dale Wolfe have named their first son Ellery Dale Wolfe. He was born Juneau, Alaska 13 Oct. 1990. [ Eds. "Eller-" is used with some frequency as a given name. Examples: Our own grandson Joe Eller Cathey, and Richard Eller Cowan (Chron. Vol. V, No. 3, p. 165.) We invite leaders to send other examples. ]





ELLERS IN THE NEWS

HUGH ELLER. From Rocky Mountain News, July 11, 1990, sent by Helen Evans, San Diego, CA.: DOGS SNIFF LAKE FOR MISSING MEN. "Water Dogs" rode in boats and sniffed the surface of Lake Granby yesterday, as searchers sought the bodies of two Grand County men presumed drowned when their boat capsized Thursday... Searchers were trying to locate the bodies of Hugh Eller, 39, of Kremmling and Quinn Bromley, 19, of Grand Lake... the body of James Donald, 36, of Kremmling was found Saturday. Who was this Hugh Eller?





ELLER CHRONICLES  Feb. 1992 Page 23

By Tim Woodward
The Idaho Statesman

Could the river festival happen anywhere else?

Probably, but many say it wouldn't be the same.

The festival was conceived by a Midwest consultant, but the flavor is authentically Boise. Boiseans and others interviewed Friday said it was unlike anything they had seen anywhere.

"It's incredible," David Eller of Louisville, Ky. said during Friday's opening ceremonies at The Grove. "But then I think Boise is one of the most incredibly unusual cities I've ever seen."

Eller is seaman of the year from the crew of the USS Boise, a nuclear submarine nearing completion in Newport News, Va. He and the ship's executive officer, Lt. Cmdr. Tim Lorentz, are the ship's representatives to the festival.

"I've never seen anything like this," Eller said. "Your mountains and wide open spaces and friendly people - and everything is so clean. You have a really special place here."

"It (the festival) isn't as pushy as it would be in a lot of places," Lorentz added.

"We tend to gravitate to more crowded places, and this is a very nice change. The people are so friendly here."


"I've never seen anything like this. Your mountains and wide open spaces and friendly people - and everything is so clean. You have a really special place here."

David Eller
Visitor


The festival has its share of outside influences - booths operated by fast-food chains seem to be everywhere - but connoisseurs of home-grown atmosphere won't be disappointed.

In Julia Davis Park, a crowd waiting to see filming of ABC's "America's Funniest People" program was told that the taping in the park had been scheduled for Saturday rather than Friday. (Friday's taping happened at the Boise Centre on The Grove). Instead, the park audience was treated to a performance of "Taming of the Shrew," by students from Amity School.

The nearby "Spirit of the West" Art Exhibit also had a local flavor. Works were featured by art-
. See Folks/Back-page







NECROLOGY



William R. Eller

SNOW HILL -- William Robert Eller, 89, died Wednesday in a Washington, N.C., hospital.

He, was a retired steel construction worker and a member of First Baptist Church of Snow Hill.

Surviving are a daughter, Maxine Eller Kandry of Hyattsville, Md.; a son, Robert Whittington Eller of Florida; two sisters, Rachel Gunter of Bryson City and Mary Jo Jones of Hickory, two brothers, John A. Eller Sr. of Weaverville and J. Roy Eller of Asheville; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Services will be at 11 am. Saturday in Taylor-Edwards Funeral Home. The Rev. Mark Morris win officiate. Burial will be in Snow Hill Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm. Friday at the funeral home


(Asheville NC Citizen Times 16 Jan 1993)

[Eds. WiIliam R. Eller was a brother of EFA Mary Jo Eller Jones, Rt. 15, Box 212, Hickory, NC 28602. His Eller lineage: Jacob Eller(1), Jacob Eller, Jr.(2), Adam Eller(3), John C. Eller(4), Joseph Adam "Big Joe" Eller(5). He was b. 11 Oct. 1902, Buncombe Co., N.C. Above from Asheville Citizen Times 16 Jan. 1992 ]




DOROTHY, wife of EFA member, Dr. Byron H. Eller, 6507 Jack Hill Drive, Oroville, CA 95966 died after, a long illness on 7 Oct. 1991.



GERALD V. ELLER. EFA member Gerald V. Eller, 5900 N.W. Raidal Apt. 101, Omaha, Neb. 68152 died in the fall of 1991. He was a brother, of EFA member Bethel Stoltz, Rt. 1 Box 19, Ludell, KS 67744.



RAYMOND EDWARD ELLER. [Eds. following copied from faded news obituary sent by Helen Evans 4177 1/2 Utah St. San Diego, CA 92104]
Denver Post, Sat. 2 Jan. 1988:
Scripture services for Raymond Edward Eller, of Denver, were Thursday at Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary. Interment was at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens...
Eller, 80, died Monday at his home... He was born Dec. 5, 1907, in Erie, PA. and was reared and educated there. On Nov. 6, 1943, he was married to Rose A. Zambo of Erie...
Eller was a product inspector in Erie for 43 years until his retirement in 1972. He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Kathryn A. Harrower, Denver; a son, Charles J., Newburg, Ind.; a sister, Clara Abbott, Erie; and four grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to Hospice of Metro Denver Inc. 450 Lincoln St., Denver 80203.






Benjamin Henry Greenwood

WENATCHEE - Benjamin Henry Greenwood, 95, a 68-year resident of Wenatchee, died in his home on Friday, Nov. 8, 1991.

He was born at Asheville, N.C., on Feb. 3, 1896, to William and Sarah Beth (Eller) Greenwood. He moved with his family to Sprague at the age of 7. The family then homesteaded a wheat farm at Mansfield. Mr. Greenwood was the first graduate of Mansfield High School.

He moved to Wenatchee in 1923 and married Adelia Hotchkiss at Winthrop on July 3, 1929. They. owned orchards and warehouses in Wenatchee for many years.

Mr. Greenwood had been a member of Central Christian Church since he came to Wenatchee.

Survivors include his wife, at home; three sons, Ralph of Wenatchee, Date of Seattle and Paul, Bellingham, one brother, Ralph, Wenatchee; one sister, Florence "Sue" Preston, Wofford Heights, Calif.; eight grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

Arrangements are by Betts Funeral Home.

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From: Geraldine Crill Eller 500 N. Emerson 307 Wenatchee, WA 98801

[Eds. We believe the Sarah Beth Eller Greenwood who married William Greenwood, parents of Benjamin Greenwood, was the daughter of Welburn and Marv Bradley Eller of Buncombe Co., NC. Welburn Eller(5) [John(4) Joseph(3), Jacob, Jr.(2), Jacob(1) was an uncle to my grandfather, W.H. Eller(6) Mary Bradley Eller was a sister of my grandmother Sarah Loucinda Bradley Eller.(Mrs. W. H.). We seek confirmation.

[Eds. That the sharp eyes of Geraldine Eller, caught the reference to an Eller in the above and took the time to clip and pass the story along illustrates how important it is in genealogy to follow-up each reference of the name you are researching. We implore other readers of the Chronicles to follow this example. Just as in this case, to publish obituaries and new stories may provide the clue that someone needs to find a lost relative and reconnect to a branch of their family tree. ]








ELLER CHRONICLES  Feb. 1992 Page 24

Phyllis Jones
509 go Moore Ave.
Gilbert, As. 85234
12 Jun 1990
Dear Gerald,

Good to receive the May issue of THE ELLER CHRONICLES last week. It is well balanced, and the genealogy therein has been helpful to me. I even enjoyed the Civil War pieces, because it contained a good amount of genealogy J

Made me feel good to read your explanation of why the queries I sent were never printed. I thought they had just been ignored as not important.

Would like to send some in at this time, some of which may be what I sent before. I don't have record of all, Will keep a record of these.

Cresley Eller, 1837, Buncombe, on 1880 census in Flat Creek, E. D. 37, p. 32, is listed with a wife, Leaky, be 1841. This has to be a nickname, doesn't it?
Childrren: Wm. C 1860
Joseph 1862
Jenni 1864
Naimi 1871 (Naomi?)

Wondering if anyone knows the husband to a Lissie Eller, b 1828, with an 18-yr. old son, J. C., b. 1852. 1880 census, Wilkes, E. D. 214 P 5 Wilkesboro. Could he be the James C. Eller, b 1855, acc. 1900 Wilkes, E.D. 155, p. 9 Reddies River Twp. who married an Ellen and had a dau., Bertie b. 1880?

Another Elizabeth, widow, be 1830, living in Buncombe 1880, E.D. 36p. 13 who had a 20 yr. old dau. Lou T., it appears, and a 13 yr. old son called Baby,

On the 1900 Smyth Va. census E.D. 78 p. 6, Marion Dist. there is a J. Franklin Eller, b Dec. 1836 in NC with wife Mary, also b. NC, AL Five children Q. M. b NC, B. H., B. Neb., both males, and Mollie, Mattie, and Emma all b. VA. [Know full names? (JGE)]

A Geo. Eller, b.1814 NC with son, Phineas, be 1852 on 1870 Wilkes census, p. 322. Anyone know who his wife was and any more children?

Jackson Eller, b. 1863 on 1900 census, Wilkes, E.D. 103 P. 12 Union Twp. With no wife listed, but a mother Eda, b. 1827, and children: Charlie M. 1891, Wm. A. 1894, Mollie M. 1896

Could she be Eda Grimes, who married Henry 1851, Wilkes? Haven't found their family on census.

Anyone know what happened to John Eller & Nary Belford who no 20 Feb 1827, Rowan?

Found 3 Eller children on 1850 Rowan census living with a family. Know the parents to Jess, [ Jesse ] b. 1830, Richard, b. 1834, and Matilda, b. 1839? P. 212.

Anyone know that happened to John Eller who me Margaret Lemley, (or Lamley or Linby), m. 26 Apr 1808 in Rowan?

There was a John Melcher Eller, planter who died in Rowan (will probate Feb 1841) Listed in the will were:
Jacob ,
John,
David,
Motlena,
Christin a
Betsy
It stated that Christina was deceased and her heirs were named. Do you know the wife and were all of these their children, or some grandchildren?

Found a Mary Eller, apparently a widow, on 1870 Wilkes census with a dau., Minicha, born 1850, and a son, Cicero C., b. 1870. Mary b. 1811. Wondering if her husband could have been Jesse H., who m. Mary C. Wilcoxen 10 Jan 1850, Wilkes.

1870 census, Wilkes, in Wilkesboro, shown Peter Eller, b. 1805, with a Louisa, be 1835, This census doesn't designate whether wife or dau. Others listed there Claudin, 30, Gaither, 5, and Robert, 1. It makes me think Louisa must be a 2nd wife, and Claudin son of lst. Page 317 on Wilkesboro twp. A Peter Eller m. Louisa Church 16 Nov 1863 in Wilkes. On 1910 census, Wilkes, a Louis H. Eller, b. 188 (and as census go, this could be the sane Louisa) is shown with a dau. Catherine, 55- Mother 77. E.D. 168. Anyone know if these two families are the same, and who lst wife is?

found Peter and Amanda Ann family in Wilkes 1860, '70 and '80 census. Peter b. 1825 and wife 1840. Unfortunately, a good share of the children were on the 1880 census, which is notorious, at times, for listing people with initials
Henry H. 1855
Sarah 1852
William 1854
Margaret 1858
S. J. (f) 1862
Willian P. 1864 Anyone know full names of these children?
M. A. (f) 1865
C. H. (m)1872
A. C. (m) 1875
A. A. (f ) 1879(Amanda Ann? )

I had leander and Loderma's marr. date from the L.D.S. IGI records, and found her on the 1880 Wilkes census,E. D. 221, pe 21,, Reddies River Twp., with son Tilden Hendricks, be 1877, and 1900, E. D. 155, P. 9 with Caledonia, b. 1887, but don't have Leander's birthdate. They must have had other children, too?

Found Willie Eller on 1850 census in Rowan with birth listed as 1815
wife, Mary A.1823
1. John W.1841
2. Mary M.1844
3. Mary J.1849 Mary Jane?) I carelessly neglected to note the page. Tried to find it in an index book, and he wasn't there. ??

When I found Willis on 1860, Rowan, p. 211 with birth date as 1823 (you know they often didn't give correct ages, especially women). His wife was Adeline, b. 1825. Could she have been Mary Adeline?
They had a John W.1841 (same an other)
Jane 1846
Neely 1850
Could these possibly be same family?William 1854
Robert1857



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4 Generation Ancestor Chart
OTTIS HERMAN HERRINGTON, JR.

Submitted by:
Lucile S. Herrington
600 Dennis Dr.
Desoto, TX 75115

2-OTIS HERMAN HERRINGTON, SR.
b. Aug. 14, 1903
p.b.Comanche, Hamilton Co. TX
m. 19 Jan. 1924
d. 5 Nov. 1963
p.d. Dallas TX
Restland Memorial Park
4-BENJAMIN LEE HERRINGTON
b. 14 Dec 1868
p.b.Guadalupe Co., TX
m. 28 Aug. 1888
d. 18 Sep. 1948
p.d. Dallas, TX
Oakland Cemetery, Dallas
8-JOHN W. HERRINGTON
b. 4 Sep. 1825
p.b. Mississippi
m. 2nd ca. 1863
d. 9 Dec. 1908
1st m. Mary Jane Musselwhite
9-2nd CITURA (KITTY) RICHBOURG
p.b.Moore Co. Miss.
d. 26 May 1906
bur. Carleton Cem.
5-ANNA LOIS RICHBOURG (LOULA)
b. 1875
p.b.Caldwell Co., TX
d. 18 Sep. 1905
p.d.Erath Co., TX
Carleton Cemetery
10-THOS. L. RICHBOURG
b. 1849
p.b. Monroe Co. Miss.
m. 15 Dec. 1870
d. July 1915
1-OTIS HERMAN HERRINGTON JR.
b. May 8, 1927
p.b. Dallas, Texas
m. 21 Dec. 1946
m.p.Dallas, Texas
11-VIRGINIA E. ELLISON
b. ca. 1855
p.b. Caldwell Co. TX
d. bef. 1900
6-JOSEPH DANIEL ALLEN
b. 23 Apr 1878
p.b. Cocke Co., Tenn
m. 14 Aug. 1901
d. 18 Dec. 1954
p.d. Denton, TX
Trinity Cemetery, 8 miles out of Denton,
12-HAMILTON ALLEN
b. Feb 1846
p.b. Cocke Co., Tenn,
m. 1868
d. 18 Jun. 1911
lived in Collin Co. TX
3-Margaret Ellen Allen
b. 24 Jun. 1902
p.b.Foote, Collin Co. TX
d. 10 Dec. 1972
p.d. Dallas Tx.
Restland Memorial Park
13-LOVENIA MOSALY (MOSSELY)
b. Oct. 1843
p.b. Green Co., Tenn
d. 5 Feb. 1911
p.d. possibly Lewisville, TX
7-HARRIET J. (HATTIE) ROBERTS
b. 1 or 7 Sep. 1881
p.b. Buncombe Co., NC
d. 24 Feb. 1963
p.d. Denton TX
Trinity Cem. 8 miles out of Denton
14-JACKSON B. ROBERTS
b. 24 July, 1855
p.b. Buncombe Co., NC
m. in Bumcombe Co.
d. 25 Dec. 1903
Pecan Grove Cem. McKinney
Spouse of No. 1
LUCILE SWAIM
b. 12 Oct. 1925
p.b. Helena, Arkansas
15-MARGARET J. REECE (MAGGIE)
b. 15 Dec. 1856
p.b. Buncombe Co., NC
d. 22 Feb. 1915
Pecan Grove Cem. McKinney




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4 Generation Ancestor Chart
person 1 below, is same as person 15 in above chart

Submitted by:
Lucile S. Herrington
600 Dennis Dr.
Desoto, TX 75115

2-JOHN W. REECE
b. ca. 1829
p.b. North Carolina
m. 27 April 1852
d. bet. 1860-1870p.d.Buncombe Co., NC
4- 8
9
5 10
1-MARGARET J. (MAGGIE) REECE
b. 15 Dec. 1856
p.b. Buncombe Co., NC
p.m. Buncombe Co., NC
d. 22 Feb. 1915
Pecan Grove Cem. McKinney TX
11
6-ADAM ELLER
b. 25 Jan 1795
p.b. Tennessee
d. 13 Oct. 1870
p.d. Buncombe Co., NC
Flat Creek north of Veaverville, NC
12-JACOB ELLER JR.
b. ca. 1754
p.b. Pennsylvania
m. ca. 1773
3-CHRISTENE (TEANY) ELLER
b. 20 Feb. 1821
p.b. Buncombe Co., NC
d. 25 Nov. 1891
p.d. Buncombe Co., NC
Clark Cahpel Cem. Weaverville, NC
13-MARY BIFFLE
b. ca. 1758
p.b. Pennsylvania
d. 1837
p.d. Buncombe Co., NC
7-BETSY FIELDS
b. 24 Feb. 1796
p.b. NC
d. 27 Mar. 1867
p.d. Buncombe Co., NC
Flat Creek north of Weaverville, NC
14-LEWIS FIELDS ?
Spouse of No. 1
JACKSON B. ROBERTS
b. 24 July 1855
p.b. Buncombe Co., NC
d. 25 Dec. 1903
bur Pecan Grove Cem. McKinney, TX
15
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5 Generation Ancestor Chart
MAIANNA FAYE ELLER
(I cannot make out the correction to this first name [ADE])

Submitted by:
PHYLLIS TOLLISON JOHNSON
318 Driftwood Dr.
Piedmont, SC 29673
Nov. 12 1990

4-PHINEAS H. ELLER
b. 30 NOV 1849
p.b. WILKESBORO
m.
d. 18 AUG. 1935
WILKESBORO
ARBOR GROVE METH. CEM.
8-GEORG ELLER
b. 1812
p.b.WILKESBORO
m. 24 JULY 1845
d.
p.d.WILKSBORO
ARBOR GROVE METH. CEM.
16-PETER ELLER JR.
b.
p.b. WILKESBORO NC.
m. 25 JULY 1814
d. 1851
17-MARY ANNE PENNINGTON
b.1781
9-MARY MINTON
b. 1824
p.b. WILKESBORO
d.
p.d. WILKESBORO
ARBOR GROVE METH. CEM.
18
2-JUNIE HANSFORD ELLER
b. 23 SEPT. 1888
p.b. Wilkesboro
m. 20 APR 1913
d.2 FEB. 1940
p.d. BLUEFIELD W.VA.
ARBOR GROVE METH. CEM.
19
10-JESSIE MINTON SR.
b. 1815
p.b.
m. 22 OCT. 1838
d. 1855
20
5-SERUKDA MINTON
b. 22 MARCH 1852
p.b. WILKESBORO
d. 21 OCT. 1911
21
11-MARY MINTON
b. 1823
22
1- MAIANNA FAYE ELLER
b. 8 FEB. 1924
TRAMMELL VA.
m. 3 JULY 1944
23
12-ABSOLOM BULLIS
b. 15 FEB. 1824
p.b. WILKES
m. 10 OCT. 1850
d. 17 JULY 1899
p.d. WILKES
BULLIS CEM.
24-JOHN BULLIS
b. 1802
m. 21 NOV 1821
6-LINDSEY ALEXANDER BULLIS
b. 29 DEC. 1859
p.b. WILKESBORO
m. 31 MARCH 1892
d. 5 JAN. 1922
p.d. WILKESBORO
BULLIS CEM.
25-MARY (POLLY) BUMGARNE--
13-NANCY MATILDA CHURCH
b. 9 FEB. 1826
p.b.
d. 19 DEC. 1914
26
3-MARTHA VEDA BULLIS
b. 14 APRIL 1893
p.b.MILLERS CREEK WILK.
d. 30 NOV. 1968
p.d.MONTCALM W. VA.
BLUEWELL CEM.
27
14-THOMAS C. MINTON
b. 8 FEB. 1839
m. 10 APRIL 1866
d. 1 AUG. 1936
p.d. WILKES
BULLIS CEM.
28-CALEB WILBORN MINTON
b. 1818
m. 10 JAN. 1839
p.d. LEWIS FORK WILKES NC
7-FRANCIS ISABELL MINTON
b. 21 MAY 1868
d. 22 AUG. 1930
p.d. WILKES
BULLIS CEM.
29-ELIZASBETH GREEN
15-SANA ANN NICHOLS
b. 6 APRIL 1831
d. 23 MARCH 1922
p.d. WILKES
BULLIS CEM.
30-JAMES W. NICHOLS
31
RICHARD ISADORE TOLLISON
Spouse of No. 1
b. 31 JAN. 1922
p.b. GREENVILLE SC.




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5 Generation Ancestor Chart
PHINEAS H. ELLER, the same as person # 4 above

Submitted by:
PHYLLIS TOLLISON JOHNSON
318 Driftwood Dr.
Piedmont, SC 29673
Nov. 12 1990

4-PETER ELLER JR.
b.
p.b. WILKESBORO NC.
m. 25 JULY 1814
d. 1851
8-PETER ELLER
B. 1748
ROWAN N.C.
m. 1768
d. 29 JULY 1799
p.bp WILKES NC.
16 3E Michael Eller
W.P. 25 AUG. 1778
FREDERICK CO. MARYLAND
17
9-ELIZABETH DICK
b.1750
p.b. ROWAN NC
d. 1842
18- CONRAD DICK
2-GEORG ELLER
b. 1812
p.b.WILKESBORO
m. 24 JULY 1845
d.
p.d.WILKSBORO
ARBOR GROVE METH. CEM.
19- ANNA OR CATHERINE??
10-WILLIAM PENNINGTON SR.20
5-MARY ANNE PENNINGTON
b.1781
21
1122
1-PHINEAS H. ELLER
b. 30 NOV 1849
p.b. WILKESBORO
m.
d. 18 AUG. 1935
WILKESBORO
ARBOR GROVE METH. CEM.
23
1224
625
1326
3-MARY MINTON
b. 1824
p.b. WILKESBORO
d.
p.d. WILKESBORO
ARBOR GROVE METH. CEM.
27
1428
729
1530
31
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