The Zellners of Birmingham, Alabama, USA and associated families
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This site is maintained by Joseph Martin Zellner, the son of George Joseph Zellner, Jr. and Rita Anne Ehrhardt, husband of Gianna (Bortolotti) Reilly. I have been researching family history since 1997. Primary surnames include BIPPUS, BORTOLOTTI, CANCEL, EHRHARDT, EICHENLAUB, ENGERT, FRITZMANN, FUHRMAN, FUß (FUSS, FUHS), GUADALUPE, GOETZ, GRIMM, HARNISHFEGER (HARNISCHFEGER), HESS, KELLER, MAGER, MEY, MONTAG, SCHÖFFEL (SCHAEFFEL, SCHEFFEL), SEIKEL, SIMON, STEETS (STEETZ, STETTS), VOLLMER, WEGMANN, and ZELLNER (ZÖELLNER).

Regions include Switzerland, Germany (Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hesse, and Rhineland-Palatinate), Italy (Vistrorio and Vidracco, Turin, Piedmont area), New Jersey (Primarily Essex and Union Counties), Illinois (Cook County), Pennsylvania (Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties), and Puerto Rico (Barceloneta).


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  • October 21, 2020 - Updated site software to TNG 13.0.0
  • October 21, 2020 - Updated genealogy database from local copy
    • People: 82,280
    • Families: 32,944
    • Sources: 778
    • Media Items: 1,160
  • September 2020 - After 23 years, I finally made a major breakthrough on the Zellner (Zöellner) line! I have now tracked my great grandfather Conrad Zellner's family from Neuhausen-am-Rheinfall through Fürth, Bavaria and into Rothensburg-ob-Tauber, Bavaria, all the way back to the 1700s. Unfortunately, I have not yet discovered a living Zellner in possession of a Y chromosome, so my search continues.