Eller Family Association

We seek to draw all Ellers and allied families into a cooperative effort.

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'A History of the German Baptist Brethren in Europe and America'
"A History of the German Baptist Brethren in Europe and America"
By Brumbaugh, Martin Grove, 1899, Mount Morris, Ill Brethren Publishing House. 
 
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'Bigler Family'
"Bigler Family"
Descendants of Mark Bigler who immigrated to America in 1733. Available on the Family Search website (free registration required).  
 
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'Carolina Cradle : Settlement of the Northwest Carolina Frontier, 1747-1762'  By Robert Wayne Ramsey
"Carolina Cradle : Settlement of the Northwest Carolina Frontier, 1747-1762" By Robert Wayne Ramsey
(Link to purchase book)(First 28 pages online)
Describes the "invasion" of emigrant families into the area and their socio-economic and religious reasons for migrating during the period.  
 
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'Descendants of George Michael Eller' (1722-1778)
"Descendants of George Michael Eller" (1722-1778)
An 529-page update on the James W. Hook book by Roger Foster and Julia Sanders Eller in 2007.  
 
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'Descendants of George Michael Eller, the immigrant, following only the lineage of Robert Tracy Eller'
"Descendants of George Michael Eller, the immigrant, following only the lineage of Robert Tracy Eller"
Available on the Family Search website (free registration required).  
 
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'Direct Ancestors of Domer J. Huffman, Jr.'
"Direct Ancestors of Domer J. Huffman, Jr."
Excerpts of the book are online. Eller connections on pages 61, 71, 101, 110 & 136.  
 
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'George Michael Eller and descendants of his in America'
"George Michael Eller and descendants of his in America"
This is the entire 1957 book by James William Hook and published in New Haven, Conn. Provided by the University of Wisconsin & digitized by Google.  
 
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'George Michael Eller and descendants of his in America'
"George Michael Eller and descendants of his in America"
The 1957 Book by James William Hook published in 1957 in New Haven, Conn. Digitized by "Internet Archive." Somewhat hard to read. 
 
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'Gottlib Mittelberger's Journey to Pennsylvania'
"Gottlib Mittelberger's Journey to Pennsylvania"
Gottlieb Mittelberger traveled to Pennsylvania from Germany in 1750 on a ship primarily filled with poorer immigrants who would become indentured servants upon arriving in Philadelphia. (English Translation) 
 
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'Graybill/Stoker/Eller/Smith/Koons/Pitt Connections'
"Graybill/Stoker/Eller/Smith/Koons/Pitt Connections"
American Publishing Company
(Available online thru familysearch.org (free registration required)
Eller section starts at page 119 
 
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'Graybill/Stoker/Eller/Smith/Koons/Pitt Connections'
"Graybill/Stoker/Eller/Smith/Koons/Pitt Connections"
American Publishing Company - Copied here are pages 119-123 which cover the Eller portion of this book.
 
 
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'History of the Eller Family'
"History of the Eller Family"
This 1918 Booklet by J. W. Eller concentrates on the Christian Eller line. We are indebted to Marjorie Baker McCormick for sharing this copy with some updates. Originally Published in the August 1993 Chronicles.  
 
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'James Hook & Virginia Eller'
"James Hook & Virginia Eller"
The book by James William Hook published in 1925 in New Haven, Conn. Digitized by Google from the University of Wisconsin.  
 
14
'John Jacob Eller and His Descendants'
"John Jacob Eller and His Descendants"
The 1998 publication of the Eller Family Association compiled by J. Gerald Eller, Edward K. Eller and Janie Eller Porter.  
 
15
'Notable Men of Tennessee'
"Notable Men of Tennessee"
Their Times and Their Contemporaries; By Oliver P. Temple; Compiled and Arranged by His Daughter - Mary B. Temple -- 1912 
 
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'Rhinelanders on the Yadkin: The Story of the Pennsylvania Germans in Rowan and Cabarrus, North Carolina'
"Rhinelanders on the Yadkin: The Story of the Pennsylvania Germans in Rowan and Cabarrus, North Carolina"
By Carl Hammer, Jr.
Not available online. Link to purchase book.  
 
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'The Berrong Family of Hiawassee Georgia' by Marybeth Taylor-Vessell
"The Berrong Family of Hiawassee Georgia" by Marybeth Taylor-Vessell
According to the census record, the ancestor of the Berrongs was Henry Napoleon Berrong, born in Holland in 1785. J. Miles Berrong's biography stated that his grandfather was born in France. Possibly the family moved from France because of religious persecutions. At any rate, Henry and a brother were kidnapped from their father's vineyards, or as… 
 
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'The Eller Family: Germany to the United States'
"The Eller Family: Germany to the United States"
An 18 page index to the Eller families who immigrated to the United States. 
 
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'The Jacob Eller Family of Roanoke County, VA.'
"The Jacob Eller Family of Roanoke County, VA."
The author is believed to be Henry Cline Eller. This pamphlet is in the possession of the Western Virginia Historical Society and was made available to the EFA.