These pages refer to every Ephraim that I've been able to contact on the Internet, in case you're looking for some other one than me. If you know of another Ephraim who's active on the Internet but not listed here, please send me mail.
Ephraim (E phra im ; <y3> fr <y3> <en> <x2> m, <y3> fr <x2> m ) n. 1 n. [Person] the younger son of Joseph. Gen. 41:52. 2 n. the tribe of Israel traditionally descended from him. Gen. 48:1. 3 n. [Country] the Biblical kingdom of the Hebrews in N Palestine, including ten of the twelve tribes. D8: ^D Judah ^A ( def. 3 ) 4 n. [Given Name] a boy's given name. Etymology: Hebrew Ephrajim "very fruitful"The original Ephraim was the second son of Joseph (Genesis 41:52). The fate of the Ephraimites, one of the lost tribes, has long been the subject of speculation. The first Ephraim was followed much later by St. Ephraim of Syria (St. Ephrem the Syrian).
Williams College, and Williamstown, Massachusetts, are named for Colonel Ephraim Williams, a hero of the French and Indian War.
Ephraim Curtis Middle School is one of the Sudbury Public Schools, in Sudbury, Massachusetts. According to Sudbury's town history, Ephraim Curtis led several military raids during the French and Indian War.
Brevard, a signer of the Mecklenburg
Declaration of Independence, is remembered by Brevard, North Carolina,
seat of Transylvania
Ephraim, Utah, is the home of Snow College and KAGJ-FM. Ephraim's history is detailed in the Utah History Encyclopedia.
Ephraim, Wisconsin is a small, scenic town in Door County. You can learn much more about it in the video Door County: Traditions of a Rugged Pioneer Past.
Sterling Allan's Greater Things site offers numerological information and links relating to the Tribe of Ephraim, the town of Ephraim, Utah, and various other Ephraims.
Berlin's Ephraim-Palais is a museum with exhibitions of art from different times. It is named for Veitel Heine Ephraim, court jeweler to Frederick the Great of Prussia.