Teller Family in America - 160 Years
 TFIA is based on material collected by Chester A. Teller and published in the late 1940's with supplements in early 1950's.

 In July 2009 Adam Teller Block scanned Teller Family in America and its supplement, New Teller Generations and made them available on his new website TellerKin

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 In 2003 Andrew I. Sverdlove computerized Teller Family in America - 100 Years. I started with records from Dr. Jane Simon's Aunt Evelyn Kornberg and used records from Philadelphia Free Library and the Family History Library. I added the immediate family. I was contacted by 95-year-old Lucile Fleisher Bernstein (Wyncote, Pennsylvania) and added research she and her daughter had done on all the branches of her family. That is all under my Teller data.
 Last Updated: 26 August 2009