Re: Of Interest to Euliss Researchers
I was very happy to read your history of Philip Euliss(originally Eulice).I have been working on the Euliss history since '96.In 1999 on a trip to NC we found a geneological society that had a wonderful book on Alamance County history that had a wealth of information about the Euliss'.The main contributor was a Katrine Euliss Crouse.
There was a wonderful peom written by Mattie Euliss Phillips around 1940 about the Alfred Euliss family which is the line my husband is from(Philip, John2, Alfred3, Valentine4,Charles Lee5, Julius Cesear6, Gordon(my husband).
Were you aware that Alfred and Hiram were identical twins and that Hiram,Eli(brothers)and father John all died of Typhoid fever the same year?
The information that you posted mostly coinsides with what I have except for a few dates.One of the major date differences is on Deliah Huffman called Dollie whose birth date matches, but we have a picture of her sitting in the garden that was suppose to be taken(according to the writing on the back)in 1932 at the age of 106 and died in 1942 at the age of 116.Other that the picture I have not found any other confirmation on this.The notation on the back was made in pencil and done prior to my mother-in-law coming in possession of it.
I would greatly appreciate any other information you have on the Euliss family and be happy to share what I have with you if you could send me your mailing address(US).Kenneth Crabb also has a lot of information.Other information is on the Lineberry line, I have some information on them.
The genealogical society is OLD BUNCOMBE COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY at 85 Tunnel Road, Innsbruck Mall, Suite #22, Asheville, NC 28805 as of 1999.E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anxiously awaiting your reply.