Ellis, Edward

Ellis, Edward (Sylvester)

(1840–1916) writer; born in Geneva, Ohio. He studied at the State Normal School of New Jersey, and settled in Upper Montclair, N.J. Under multiple pen names, he wrote many popular dime novels about the West, such as the Davy Crockett series.
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nee Hartjen; his loving children, Joseph (Cindy), Stephen (Lisa), Susan (James) Perkins, James (Susan), Carol Flynn, Judith Borsom, Laurie (Ralph) Ellis, Edward (Nenette), Mary (Nick) Agliato, Kathleen (John) Loftus-Marek, Patricia (Becky) Armstrong-Campbell and the late Victoria Marie; 28 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren; dear brother, Robert (Dolores); 4 nieces and nephews; many other relatives.
LAKESIDE (from): Robert Branford, Adam Ellis, Edward Kennett, Andreas Jonsson, Richard Lawson, Kim Nilsson, Aaron Summers.
Front: Keith Beaumont, Harry Ellis, Edward Haigh, Dougie Duck, Ron Manning, Mick Cox, Mick Fisher and John Crowther.
Richard Hodos, executive rice president, CB Richard Ellis, Edward Goldman, executive rice president, and David LaPierre, senior vice president, are representing ownership in the repositioning of the retail space.