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From: "Hope A. Stewart" <>
Subject: Eells Family Association
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 99 14:08:57 +1100


Rick,

To join the Eells Family Association, contact:

Mrs. Marion S. Anderson, Secretary
Eells Family Association
200 Brightdale Road
Timonium MD 21093-3001

Last year the membership fee was $15.

To order the book, "The Eells Family History in America, 1633-1952,"
contact:

Dr. Walter E. Eells
35 Townsend Street
Walton NY 13856 USA

Last year the advertised price of the book was $20 plus $5 postage, check
made payable to Walter E. Eells.

Cheers,
Hope Stewart

>Hope:
> Thank you for your reply and your information. Yes, I was unaware of
>the book, association, or even of the Eell derivation of Ell. This is
>one of my minor researches, which I have not had much time to do
>research on. I would appreciate those contact addresses for future
>reference, as to the book. I seem to jump around family to family,
>giving preference to my immediate maternal family and paternal family as
>to time priority. The information you gave me is very informative and
>will be helpful in my Bullock research. I just requested ownership of a
>rootsweb McDermitt/ Mcdermott list, that being my maternal grandmothers
>family name. What you gave me will gives me the opening to the migration
>of the Ells family in New York. My Bullock family, after coming from
>Rehoboth, Mass. in the late 1700's to Duchess county, made a migration
>across New York, having children in Montgomery and Oneida Counties,
>before settling in Chautauqua County in the 1840's or so, somewhat akin
>to the Ells migration.
> Again thank you and I look forward to any future communications with
>you, you have been most kind. If I remember right, this is the first
>things to come across the Ell list in awhile. One list I am on, when the
>list gets too "cold" she has a roll call, having everybody post their
>some of their data or original queries again.
>Rick Bullock

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