The Castle of Eller in the town of Eller, Germany,was first mentioned in 1309. The Castle was knocked down in 1826, except for the tower and substituted by a new Castle.
It is not clear if the castle was built by, or ever lived in, by any Eller family members. Perhaps it was named after the small town of Eller near Dusseldorf.
The last known Eller living in the area was Drosten Christian Ludwig Von Eller, who was the last to carry the baronetcy title. He evidently did not have any children.--Information provided by Anna Bliss
The purpose of the Eller Family Association is to draw all Ellers, regardless of their particular family line, and allied families into a cooperative effort. The EFA has already demonstrated that this approach is the quickest and most efficient mechanism for sharing family history and genealogical information.
There's A Lot Here
This site has a lot of information for anyone researching the Eller family.
First, we have about 45,000 names in our Eller database. Because we keep each contributed family tree seperate, there are duplications. For example, immigrant Christian Eller is in both the Christian Eller tree and in the Jacob Eller, Jr. tree. To search for a name, use the "Search People" option under the "Find" tab.
We have nearly 30 years of our quarterly Eller Family Association publication online and searchable by keyword. To review these publications, use the "Chronicles" tab under the "EFA Info" tab.
Members of the Association have published many research projects. We have many of them collected under "EFA Research" on the "EFA Info" tab.
About the Eller Family Association
The EFA exists to assist all Eller and associated family lines worldwide to: discover and preserve our historical past, report current events and ongoing contributions, develop and expand current family ties, provide ongoing biennial meetings to summarize accomplishments and to socialize and provide inspired direction as we focus on the future.
For more information on the Eller Family Association, its officers, publications, DNA project, membership, news and conferences, click on the "EFA Info" tab in the horizontal menu above.
Top Photo --- Francis Asbury Eller (1830-1905). Entered the Methodist Ministry in 1859, Deacon 1864, Elder 1872.
Bottom Photo --- The Family of Francis Asbury Eller; Front: lft. To rt; John Giles Eller, b.1850; m. Laura Sadler 1871; Francis Asbury Eller (father) b. 1830; m. 1848; Elizabeth (Pauley) Eller (mother) b. 1822; Mary E. Eller, b.1848; m. George W, McKnight 27 Aug 1873 Back: lft. to rt.; Henrietta Eller, b. 1854; m. Wesley Clark Denniston 1879; William J. Eller, b. 1852; m. Belle Curry 1878; Martha Emma Eller, b. 1858; m. (1) J.T. Stipp 1875 (2) Henry Brown 1882 (3) Wesley Clark Denniston 1914
Joshua Nubo Eller Family
Back row: Nancy Anne, Ray J., Alfred J., James William, Effie May, Ella Minnie.
About This Website
The Eller Family Association has been on the Web for a dozen years at www.Eller.org. So, why would we move to this site at www.ellerfamilyassociation.com? We wanted to see if this program from TNG could be adapeted to work for a family history group like the EFA. So, this site is an experiment. If it works well, and so far it has, we anticipate moving it's functions to eller.org.
We'd love your feedback, especially from members of the Eller Family Association. Contact the webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're still working on aspects of the program like refining the different trees via Gedcom, determining how to make some aspects of the site open only to EFA Members and the simple process of moving nearly 30 years of our publications to the new format.
Looking For Gedcoms
We are searching for Gedcom files for the searchable database. We currently have about 48,000 names, which includes many other family lines and, as we keep submitted gedcoms separate by researcher, some duplicates.
We would love to be able to additional trees for any of the major Eller lines..
Please contact the webmaster if you can help.