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Re: Adolphus and Emily Fellers
Posted by: Marie Fellers Date: May 29, 1998 at 22:43:31
In Reply to: Re: Adolphus and Emily Fellers by Dolly Gambrell of 371

Fellers is actually German. Centuries ago they used to call animal skins fells, so a Feller was a fur trader and often traveled. So there are Fellers found England, France, Switzerland, and Germany. It is a name closely related to Fuller, who were the men who would stretch and sew together the animal skins.


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