Eller Chronicles NOV 1988 - p2

ELLERS in the CIVIL WAR

DR. BYRON H. ELLER M.D.
4507 JACK HILL DR.
OROVILLE, CA 95966

Byron H. Eller (8), Herman Leslie(7), Jesse Franklin(6), John Cleveland(5), Simeon(4), John(3), Peter(2), George M.(l)

I was born in Merced, California, December 24, 1921, where my parent$ had a dairy farm. My grand parents, Jesse Franklin and

Mary Addie Eller, lived nearby with other Eller family members. With the loss of the farm in the depression my father moved us to Simi Valley, California. It was here my father died in an accident, and Mother moved the family to Glendale, California. It was high school, then La Sierra College, Riverside, California. World War II intervened, and I joined the Navy as a Pharmicist Mate. Spent one and a half years with a U.S. Marine Raider Battalion in the South Pacific, participating in three amphibious landings.

After the war, returned to college, met and married Dorothy June Lashier, a graduate nurse. Then entered medical school, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California, graduating with a M.D. degree, in 1952. Our family spent five years in Bangkok, Thailand, as a staff member of the Bang]4:ok Adventist Hospital.

On returning to the States entered a residency in anesthesiology at L.L.U., remained on the teaching staff there 10 years, then went into private practice in anesthesiology in the area. Three years ago we moved to Lake Oroville, California. Now in retirement we are finding it difficult to do all the things we are wanting to do. We have five children, two daughters a nd three sons, and three grandchildren.

It is a highlight when the children come home to visit, and enjoy the water sports on Lake oroville. -161- charlotte, learning of my personal interest in the Civil War period, asked if 1 would be interested in slinring with the readers of the "Eller Family Chronicles" any stories, anecdotes, or other findings on individual Ellers who participated in the War Between the States. Believing this would be a big undertaking I hesitated a while, but then thought what a great way to make the Civil War history come alive. So I consented to giving it a try.

Well, how does one get information, facts, and figures on any person living in a period of time over one hundred and twenty years ago. We all have those stories that have been handed d§,own from generation to generation, which in some ways become tradition. In my case it is stories about the father of my paternal grandmother (great-grandfather Gray). Another way is from written biographies of the people we are learning about, but where are they? Then besides the above sources we have the public records in libraries and achives research centers, and these have become an indispensable depository of source material. Lastly, one can make use of a professional researcher to do the work for you.

In my research it was necessary to find names of individual Ellers. But that is just the start, for one must have the unit the soldier belonged to get records from the National and State Archives. Following that, collecting data from service records, pension records, regimental histories, and other published biographical works. So it has been a slow process, but a beginning has been made.

You will find accompanying this article, my current roster which includes 136 Civil War soldiers with the Eller.name. As of this writing I feel the only states with a complete listing would be Indiana and Iowa. The other states are coming together slowly.

It is of interest to note that Kentucky and Tennessee produced soldiers for both the North and South. Missouri did so as well. The reason of course is the fact that these were "Border States" which had people sympathetic to one cause or the other. The area of eastern Tennessee, containing mostly small farms in a rather mountainous area, remained predominantly Unionist. But the more populous and prosperous central and western Tennessee voted for secession in May 1861, after the fall of Fort Sumter. In thirty counties of east Tennessee 70% of the voters cast their ballots against secession. It would be safe to assume that this area contributed the more volunteers to Federal than to Confederate armies. (e.g. Jefferson County, Tennessee).

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The story was different in Kentucky where three slave states touched her borders on the south, and three free states did so on the north. Kentucky endeavored to maintain a state of neutrality because it was so evenly divided in sentiment and geography. However, on September 18, 1861, after the Confederate Army first occupied Columbus, Kentucky, the American flag rose over the State Capitol, and Kentucky remained in the Union. (Although a provisional government in exile passed an ordinance of secession). So in Kentucky the number of men fighting in the Civil War was almost evenly divided, two-fifths fighting for the South, and three-fif,ths for the North. War came to Kentucky, and more than anywhere else it was literally a brothers war. Kentucky regiments fought each other on several battlefields. (1)

For future issues of the "Chronicles" it is my intention to have a short synopsis of the service record, along with any other pertinent or interesting information on the man being featured. If the reader, in looking over the roster, or after reading the story on the soldier can add to the facts given, or correct any errors, I would welcome a letter from you with such additional material to be added to the permanent record, thereby making the information as complete as possible. Please write to me at my home address, or send it to the "Association", which ever is more convenient for you.

This has been a very interesting study and research project, with hours spent in libraries, writing for service records from the National Archives in Washington D.C., and Archives in various states. In doing this it has made the history of the Civil War come alive. Now I will be anxious to hear from YOU, with information, stories, etc. on your individual Eller Civil War soldier ancestor.

(1) James M. McPherson, Battle Cry of Freedom, New York, 1988, 293,294

(Eds. Our thapy§ t'b.By-ron--for@--his-_,efforts to gather and share information on ELLERS in the Civil War. As the EFA Archivist for this type of data Byron is anxious to correspond with others who may have records and stories which he, will .include in periodic reports published in the Chronicles. His first compilation follows.)

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CONFEDERATE

GEORGIA, from "Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia"

Elisha or (E.H.) Eller
Elisha H. Eller
George Eller
George C. Eller
George H. Eller
H.W. (or H.P.) Eller
Jacob Eller
Jacob F. Eller
J. H. Eller
Jeffers or (Jeffrey) Eller
John P. Eller
Joseph M. Eller
R.H. Eller
Samuel J. Eller
William Ellelr
William Henry Eller
William V. Eller
William W. Eller

KENTUCKY

C.C. Eller, Pvt., CO. C, 2nd Ky. Cav. (Dortch's)

TENNESSEE

C.C. Eller, Pvt., Clark's Cavalry Company.
Columbus C. Eller, Pvt., I Co., 19th Inf. Tenn.
Hamilton Ellelr, Blacksmith, Co. B, 5th Cavalry, Tenn. Troops
James Eller, Pvt., Co. K, 25th Inf. Tenn.
Thanas Eller, Pvt., Co. D, lst Inf. Bn. Tenn.

North Carolina

Ashe County

Aswell Peter Eller
Calvin Eller, Capt., Co. L, 58th N.C. Inf.
David Eller, Capt., C.S.A.

Iredell County

Alexander Eller
George L.D. Eller, Pvt., Co. C, 48th Regt. N.C. Troops

Rowan County

Caleb Eller, Pvt., Co. F, 7th Regt. N.C. Troops
Charles A. Eller, Pvt., Co. K, 5th Regt. N.C. Troops
Cornelius Eller, Pvt., Co. D. 42nd Regt. N.C. Troops
David Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 42nd Regt. N.C. Troops
Edward Eller, Pvt., Co. B, 4th Regt. N.C. Troops
Eli Eller, Pvt., Co. H, 23rd Regt. N.C. Troops
F. Eller, Pvt., Co. D. ("Rowan Artillery"), lst Regt. Engr.,Art. & Ord. N.C.
Farley Eller, Pvt., Co. D, ("Rowan Artillery"), lst Regt.,Engr. Art.,& Ord. N.C..
Green Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 34th Regt. N.C. Troops
Hanilton Eller, Pvt., Co. K, 5th Regt. N.C. Troops
Jacob Eller, Pvt., Co. D, "(Rowan Artillery"), Ist Regt., Ent., Art. & Ord.,N.C.
James Eller, Pvt., Co. H, 23rd Regt. N.C. Troops
James I. Eller, Pvt., Co. Jesse Eller, Pvt., Co. F, D, ("Rowan Artillery") lst Regt., Engr. etc
Jesse Eller, Pvt., Co. F, 7th Regt. N.C. Troops
Jesse Benjamin Eller, Pvt., 2nd Co. B, 42nd N.C. Troops
John A. Eller, Pvt., Co. A. 42nd Regt. N.C. Troops
John Eller, Pvt., Co. C, 57th Regt. N.C. Troops
John M. Eller, Pvt., Co. C, 57th Regt. N.C. Troops
Joseph Eller, Pvt., Co. C, 57th Regt. N.C. Troops
Joshua Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 23rd Regt. N.C. Troops
Milas Eller, Pvt., Co. D, ("Rowan Artillery") lst Regt., Engr. Art.& Ord. etc.
Moses Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 23rd Regt. N.C. Troops
Nelson A. Eller, Pvt., Co. K, "(Rowan Rifles Guards") Reorganized as Co. H, 4th Regt. N.C. Troops
Obadiah Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 34th Regt. N.C. Troops
Richard E. Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 23rd Regt. N.C. Troops
Samuel Eller, Pvt., Co. H, 23rd Regt. N.C. Troops
Tobias Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 42nd Regt. N.C. Troops
Willian Eller, Pvt., Co. D, ("Rowan Ar-tilley") lst Regt., Engr.,Art.&Ord. N.C.

Wake County

Cleveland Eller, Pvt., Co. B, lst Regt. N.C. Troops
Rigden H. Eller, Pvt., Co. C, 31st Regt. N.C. Troops
Smuel F. Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 15th Regt. N.C. Troops
Smuel W. Eller, Pvt., Co. E, 11-th Regt. N.C. Troops

Wilkes County

Barnett Cleveland Eller, ?
David Eller, Orderly Sergeant, Go. K, 53rd N.C. Troops
F'rancis Eller, 53rd Inf., N.C. Troops
Hansford Eller, ?
Henry Gordon Eller, ? Died in the war.
Jacob M. Eller, Pvt., Co. 26th Regt., N.C. Troops
James Eller,
James F. Eller, Pvt., Co. B, 26th Regt., N.C. Troops
James Madison Eller, Pvt., Co. C, 26th Regt., N.C. Troops
Jesse Franklin Eller, Capt., Co. K, 53rd Regt., N.C. Troops
Jesse H. Eller, Pvt., Co. G, 18th Regt., N.C. Troops
John Eller, Pvt., Co. F, 37th Regt., N.C. Troops
Leander Eller, Pvt., Co. C, 26th Regt., N.C. Troops
Marion R. Eller, Pvt., Co. G, 25th Regt. N.C. Troops
Mathis (Matthias?) Eller, Co. K, ("Wilkes Ranger"), 53rd Regt. N.C. Tr.
Peter Eller, Colonel, Wilkes County Militia.
Rufus F. Eller, Pvt., Co. B, lst Regt., N.C. Troops
Simon Eller, Captain, Wilkes County Militia.
Thomas Jefferson Eller, Pvt., lst Regt., N.D. Troops
W.H. Eller, Corp., Co. K, ("Wilkes Rangers"), 53rd Regt., N.C. Troops
William Eller, Co. K, ("Wilkes Rangers"), 53rd Regt. N.C. Troops
W.W. Eller, Pvt., Co. C, 30th Regt., N.C. Troops

Union County

Thomas L. Eller, ?

Warren County

John L.J. Eller, Pvt., Co. B, lst Regt., N.C. Troops

Yadkin County

Henry P. Eller, Pvt, Co. I, 28th Regt., N.C. Troops

SEE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ALL KNOWN CONFEDERATE ELLER SOLDIERS FROM NORTH CAROLINA pp. 167-168)

SOUTH CARDLINA

ELLER, Augustus, Pvt., Capt. Jeters' Co., "McBeth" Lt. Art., S.C.
ELLER, George C., Pvt., Co. H, lst S.C. Art. (formerly lst Bn.,S.C. Art.)
ELLER, Janes L., Pvt., Co. H, lst S.C. Art.
ELLER, John M. (also under Joseph M.) Pvt., Co. H, Ist S.C. Art.
ELLER, Samuel J., Pvt., Co. H, lst S.C. Art.

VIRGINIA

ELLER, Abran J., Pvt., Co. B, 157th Va. Militia
ELLER, Charles, (also under Lyelle Charles), Pvt., Capt. Pollock's Co., Va. Light Artillery
ELLER, David, Pvt., Co. C, 21st Va. Cavalry (Peters' Regt.)
ELLER, David, Pvt., Co. B, 157th Va. Militia
ELLER, David, Pvt., Co. A, 38th Va. Inf. (2nd Kanawha Va. Inf.)
ELLER, D., Co. B, 51st Va. Inf.
ELLER, George, Pvt, Co. B, 10th Va. Cavalry
ELLER, H., Co. C, 21st Va. Cavalry (Peters' Regt.)
ELLER, Henry B., Pvt., Co. B, 157th Va. Militia
ELLER, Jackson, Pvt., Co. D, 37th Bn. Va. Cavalry . (Dunn's Bn., Partisan Rangers)
ELLER, Janes P., Pvt., Co. F, 4th Va. Inf.
ELLER,, Joel W., Pvt., Co. G, 23rd Bn. Va. Inf. (Hounshell's Bn., De=ick's Bn.)
ELLER, Joel W., Pvt., Co. B, 157th Va. Militia
ELLER, John, Pvt., Co. H, 13th Va. Inf.
ELLER, John W., Pvt., Co. B, 157th Va. Militia
ELLER, William, Pvt., Co. F, 4th Va. Inf.
ELLER, William A., Pvt., Lilly's (Swann's)(Carpenter's) Bn., Va. Cavalry

CONFEDERATE

NORTH CAROLINA

ELLER, Abner, Pvt., Co. G, 64th N.C. Inf, (Allen's Regt.), llth Bn.
ELLER, Abrm A., Pvt., Co.A, 2nd N.C. Cav., (19th State Troop)
ELLER, Alexander, Pvt., Co. E, llth N.C. Inf., (Bethel Regt.)
ELLER, Alexander, Pvt., Co. I, 49th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Alfred P., Pvt., Co. I, 58th N.C. Inf., 5th (Palmer's)Bn., N.C.
ELLER, Aswell P., Sgt., Co. D, 5th Bn., N.C. Cav., & 6th N.C. Cav.
ELLER, Benjamin, Pvt., Co. G, 6th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Benjamin F. Pvt., Co.B, 42nd N.C. Inf. (Original filed under Jesse Benjamin)
ELLER, Caleb (also under Kalup) Pvt., Co. F, 7th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Calvin, lst Lt. promoted to Capt., Co. L, 58th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Calvin Jr., Pvt., Co. L, 58th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Charles A., Pvt., Co. K, 5th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Cleveland (Barnett Cleveland) Pvt., Co.B, lst N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Cornelius, Pv-t.,Co. D, 42nd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, David, Pvt., Co. I, 4th N.C. Senior Reserves
ELLER, David, Pvt., Co. D, 42nd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, David H., lst Sgt., Co. K, 53rd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, David W., Pvt., prorated to lst Lt., Co. A, lst N.C. Cav.
ELLER, James M. (also under D.M.), Pvt., Co. C, 26th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, David W., (also under D.S.), Pvt., to lst Lt., Co. H, lst N.C. Cav., 9th State Troop.
ELLER, Edward, Pvt., Co. B, 4th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Eli, Pvt., Co. H, 23rd N.C. Inf. (formerly 13th N.C. Inf.)
ELLER, Farley, Pvt., Co. D, lst N.C. Inf. (10th State Troop)
ELLER, Francis, Pvt., Co. F, 52nd N.C. Inf. (also Co. K, 53rd N.C.)
ELLER, George L.D., Pvt., Co. C, 48th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Green, Pvt., Co. D, 34th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Hanilton, Pvt., Co. K, 5th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Hansford, Pvt. Co. D, 5th Bn. N.C. Cav., also Co. B, 6th N.C.
ELLER, Harrison H. (also Henry H.) Pvt., Co. K, 53rd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Harvey G., Pvt., Co. K, 53rd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Henry P., Pvt., Co. I, 28th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Hugh, Pvt., Go. B, 55th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, I.H., Pvt., Co. 1, 61st N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Jacob, Pvt., Co. D, lst N.C. Art., (10th State Troop)
ELLER, Jacob, Sgt. to Pvt., Co. L, 58th N.C. Inf. (Palmrls Bn.)
ELLER, Jacob M. (also under E.M.), Pvt., Co. C, 26th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, James, Pvt., Co. H, 23rd N.C. Inf. (Formerly 13th N.C. Inf.)
ELLER, James. Pvt., Co. K, 53rd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, James F., Pvt., Co. B, 26th N.C. Inf. (see also 55th N.C. Inf)
ELLER, James J., Pvt., Co. D, lst, N.C. Art. (10th State Troop)
ELLER, James Madison, Pvt., Co. C, 26th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Jesse, Pvt., Co. A, lst N.C. Cav. (9th State Troop)
ELLER, Jesse, Pvt., Co. F, 7th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Jesse B. (also under J. BenjaMin), Pvt., Co. B, 42nd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Jesse Franklin, Ist Lt., promoted to Capt., Co. K, 53rd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Jesse H., Pvt., Co. G, 18th N.C. Inf.(formerly 8th N.C. Inf. Vol.)
ELLER, John M. (also under J.M.) Pvt., Co. D, 7th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, John, (also under Jacob M.) Pvt., Co. C, 26th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, John, Pvt., Co. F, 37th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, John, Pvt., Co. C, 57th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, John A., Pvt., Co. A, 42nd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, John H., Pvt., Co. A, lst N.C. Cav. (9th State Troop)
ELLER, John M., Pvt., Co. C, 57th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Joseph, Pvt., Co. C, 57th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Joshua, Pvt., Co. D, 23rd N.C. Inf. (formerly 13th N.C. Inf.Vol)
ELLER, L.D., pvt., Co. G, 2nd Bn. N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Leander, Pvt., Co. C, 26th N.C. Inf. (see also 153rd N.C. Inf.)
ELLER, Marion R., Pvt., Co. G, 25th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Mathis, Pvt., Co. K, 53rd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Michael, Pvt., Co. B, 4th N.C. Senior Reserves.
ELLER, Milas, Pvt., Co. D, lst N.C. Art. (10th State Troop)
ELLER, Moses, Pvt., Co. D, 23rd N.C. Inf.,(formerly 13th N.C. Inf.Vol.)
ELLER, Nelson A. (also under N.L.), Pvt., Co. K, 4th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Obediah, Pvt., Co. D, 34th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Peter, Pvt., Co. G, 58th N.C. Inf. (Palmer's Bn.)
ELLER, Richard E., Pvt., Co. D, 23rd N.C. Inf. (formerly 13th N.C.Vol)
ELLER, Rufus F., (also under Rufus R.) Pvt., Co. B, lst N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Samuel, (also under S.L.),Pvt., Co. H, 23rd N.C. Inf. (Formerly 13th N.C. Inf. Vol.)
ELLER, Samuel F., (also under S.F.), Pvt., Co. B, 49th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Samuel W., Pvt., Co. E, 11th (Bethel Regt.) N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Thomas L., Pvt., Co. F, 2nd N.C. Junior Reserves.
ELLER, Thomas J. (Jefferson), Pvt., Co. B, lst N.C. Inf.
ELLER, Tobias, Pvt., Co. D, 42nd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, W.C., Pvt, Co. D, 64th N.C. Inf. (Allen's Regt.), (11th Bn. N.C. Inf.)
ELLER, William, Pvt., Co. E, 5th N.C. Inf.
ELLER, William, Pvt., Co. L, 15th N.C. Inf.(formerly 5th N.C. Inf.Vol.
ELLER, William, Pvt., Co. L, 58th N.C. Inf.,(Palmer's)
ELLER, William, Pvt., Co. G, 64th N.C. Inf. (Allen's) 11th Bn. N.C.Inf.
ELLER, William A., Pvt., Co. D, 1st N.C. Art. (10th State Troop)
ELLER, William A., Pvt., Co. K, 53rd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, William H., Pvt. promoted to Sgt., Co. K, 53rd N.C. Inf.
ELLER, W.W., Pvt., Co. C, 30th N.C. Inf.

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UNION

INDIANA

Andrew Eller, pvt., Co. D, 79th Ind. Inf.
Andrew J. (Jr. ?), Pvt., Co. D, 79th Ind. Inf.
Benjamin Eller, Pvt., 79th Ind. Inf.
David Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 79th Ind. Inf.
David Eller, Pvt., Co. K, 149tli Ind. Inf.
Emanuel Eller, 2nd Lt. to Capt., Co. C & D, 32nd Ind. Inf.
Ephraim Eller, Pvt. to Sgt., Co. E, 1.47th Ind. inf.
Fernando C. Eller, Pvt.., Co. A, 132nd Ind. Inf.
Henry Eller, Pvt., Co. H, 8th Ind. Inf.
Henry Eller, Pvt., Co. A, 54th Ind. Inf.
Henry Eller, Pvt., Co. K, 133rd Ind. Inf.
Henry Eller, Pvt., Co. li, 155th Ind. Inf.
Henry B.A., Pvt., Trumpeter, Co. I, 10th Ind. Inf, & Co. A, 54th Ind. Inf.
Homer C. Eller, Musician, Co. F, 29th Ind. Inf
Isaac Eller, Pvt., Co. G, 31st Ind. Inf.
Isaac P. Eller, Pvt., 20th Batt., Ind. Light Artillery
Isaac P. Eller, Pvt., Co. A, 54th Ind. Inf.
James H. Eller, Wagoner, teamster, Co. I, 82nd Ind. Inf.
James M. Eller, Wagoner, Co. G, 31st Ind. Inf.
James W. Eller, Pvt., Co. I, 10th Ind. Inf. & Co. I, 22nd Ind. Inf.
John Eller, Pvt., Co. K, 34th Ind. Inf.
John Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 51st Ind. Inf.
John T. Eller, R.Q.M., 1Lt. R.Q.M., Co. F & S, 145th Ind. Inf.
John Thomas Eller, Corp. to Pvt., Co. H & I, 22nd Ind. lnf.
John W. Eller, Pvt., Co I, 145th Ind. Inf.
Joseph Eller, Pvt., Co. G, 147th Ind. Inf.
Lewis Eller, Corp., 19th Ind. Inf. Temp. to Co. H, 7th Ind. Inf.
Louis Eller, Corp. to Pvt., Co. K, 32nd Ind. Inf.
Marion Eller, Pvt., Co. A, 132nd Ind. Inf.
Martin Eller, Pvt. to Corp., Co. K, 13th Ind. Inf.
Peter Eller, Pvt., 4th Batt., Ind. Light Artillery
Pulaski W. Eller, Pvt., Co. A, 132nd Ind. Inf.
Samuel Eller, pvt., Co. H, 130th Ind. Inf.
Thomas J. (John T., John Thomas) Eller, Co. H & I, 22nd Ind. Inf.
Thcms J. (or Thomas), Pvt., Co. D, 79tti Ind. Inf.
Willim Eller, Pvt., Co. E, 11th Ind. Inf.

Iowa

Barnett Cleveland Eller, lst Sgt., Co. K, 9th Iowa Cavalry
Daniel Eller, ?
Jacob Eller, ?
John Eller, ?
William Hamilton Eller, Sgt., Co. D, 19th Iowa, & Co. I, 45th Iowa Inf.
Willian H. Eller, ?

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Union, Continued

KENTUCKY

Jacob Franklin Eller, Pvt., Co. B, 5th Regt., Ky. Cavalry
Thomas A. Eller, Pvt., Co. B, 5th Regt., Ky. Cavalry Vol.

NEW YORK

John Eller, Pvt., Co. F, 44th N.Y. Inf. Vol.

TENNESSEE

Hirman (Hiram?) Eller, Pvt. , Co. K, lst Mounted Inf. Tenn.
Jacob Eller, Pvt., Co. D, 13tli Tenn. Cavalry
James L. Eller, Pvt., Co. F, lst Mounted Inf. Tenn. (Pension filed 22 Oct. 1867)
Sampson Eller, Pvt., Co. G, lst Cavalry, Tenn.
Joseph A. Eller, Pvt., Co. (Ethan Allen)


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