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The house was built in 1873.
Located on Hans Creek, photo was taken after house was remodeled.
Ruins of a log house, once owned by Jesse Ellison, just before being torn down.
Ellison Mill on Hans Creek, a water powered turbine saw mill and grist mill. Photo taken from Hans Creek Road.
A view of Jesse and Alpha Brayles Ellison house in Monroe County, West Virginia. Weaver of Woolsey-Lindsey Coverlids.
Winter view of Hans Creek Valley Included in the image are: J.E. Ellison's house before it was remodeled, the Larew barn before the big house was built. The Mill house and the mill.
View of the early Ellison home, a split-log structure with a large flat rock chimney. John Zachariah Ellison was born there.
Post card photograph of the valley with John Zachariah Ellison's house is seen in the foreground.
'Drill field at WVU. Ellison in all white uniform'.
Portrait of John Zachariah Ellison (1840-1934).  Born in Jesse Ellison House, member of the Ellison-Dunlap family and served in the Confederate Army, Lowry's Battery (also called "Centerville Rifles"), during the Civil War.