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The Ellis Family History Page

Updated July 16, 2003

Christopher D. Ellis
crcellis@bellsouth.net

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Welcome to my genealogy page. Ever since I learned that I had at least one ancestor who fought for the proper side in the War of Northern Aggression, I have been researching my family tree. That journey has been continuing for over six years. I have since discovered other "Warriors For The Cause" in my family tree.

We owe it to our ancestors to honor them as much as we can. After all, if it weren't for them we would not be here. I hope everyone enjoys this page as much as I have enjoyed researching it.

I am always looking out for new information, so any help would be appreciated. Likewise, I am always willing to help out anyone that I can. Also, if you find any incorrect information on this site please email me and I'll check it out.

My Family History

 

Family Photos

  • The Peacock Family Patriarchs (87 KB)
    Here is a rare photo of all 7 brothers together. From left to right: Melvin, Carlton, Ralph, Perle, Edwin Earl, Wallace, and Harold
  • Captain George Archibald Jackson (25 KB)
    in his later years
  • Zitterauer Ancestral Home (44 KB)
    The name of this house and land is Vorderrohr. It is located in Salzburg, Austria and was the birthplace of Paulus Zitterauer. I am told it is still standing today, at over 400 years old. There is an actual photograph of the home in the Salzburger Museum at New Ebenezer, about 15 miles north of Savannah, GA.
  • 7 Minus 1 (59 KB)
    Here are the 6 surviving brothers. Carlton passed away on June 14, 2003.
  • Connor Jackson Ellis (115 KB)
    Our pride and joy!!! Connor at 2 years old.
 

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