Ellery may refer to:

In places:

  • Ellery, New York, a US town
  • Ellery, Illinois, a US town


  • Ellery (duo), a pop group from Cincinnati, USA

People with the surname Ellery:

  • Ellery (surname)

People with the given name Ellery:

  • Ellery (given name)

Other articles related to "ellery":

List Of United States Political Families (E) - The Ellerys and Danas
... William Ellery (1727–1820), signer of the Declaration of Independence as a representative of Rhode Island member of the Continental Congress Christopher Ellery (1768–1840), U.S ... Nephew of William Ellery ... the Articles of Confederation son-in-law of William Ellery ...
The Murderer Is A Fox - Literary Significance & Criticism
... (See Ellery Queen.) After many popular mystery novels, a radio program and a number of movies, the character of Ellery Queen was at this point firmly established ... a feeling lingers that they would be even better books if Ellery did not appear in them." ... "In Wrightsville Ellery gets invariably separated from the New York Police Department and thus his normal modus operandi ...
Steven Ellery
... Steven Ellery (born 22 August 1974 in Melbourne) is a retired Australian racing driver known from V8 Supercars ... Ellery started racing in karts before graduation to Formula Ford in 1992 ... front of the Formula Ford pack racing a Van Diemen in 1993 Ellery moved his family run team into the category series later to become known as the ...
Ellery, Illinois - History
... Ellery was created in 1880 and was named for the man who surveyed the railroad right of way and the town blocks ... Although Ellery never had a school within its limits, it early built a church, the Ellery Christian Church, which still functions ... was a woolen Mill which stood at the north end of Ellery ...
Calamity Town - Literary Significance & Criticism
... (See Ellery Queen.) Inspector Queen is not seen as a character in this novel ... popular mystery novels and a number of movies, the character of Ellery Queen was at this point firmly established ... and generally are more character-driven and realistic than the earliest Ellery Queen puzzle mysteries ...