RUBLE, Peter (Rubel) and 21,943 Descendants

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RUBLE(RUBEL) PETER & Sons Peter Jr. & Mathias

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  • ID: I01391
  • Name: Peter RUBLE
  • Sex: M
  • Name: Peter I. Ruble (RUBEL)
  • Birth: BET. 1714 - 1720 in Bavaria, Germany
  • Birth: ABT. 1722 in Germany
  • Death: 15 MAR 1773
  • Death: APR 1773 in Codorus Twp, York, Pennsylvania
  • Immigration: 21 SEP 1742 Ship Francis & Elizabeth from Rotterdam
  • Burial: Farmland Plot, York County, Pennsylvania
  • LDS Baptism: SUBMITTED
  • Endowment: SUBMITTED
  • Change Date: 20 AUG 1999
  • Event: Fact 1986 Letter: In Scrapbook re: Switzerland/Germany
  • Reference Number: 1
  • Note:
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    Assumed that he could not write and the ships clerk signed him as Ruble (Rubel), tho the name in the land of his birth Switzerland via down the Rhine River to Germany and the Palatinate thence on to Rotterdam and lastly from Deal??
    At the State House in Philadelphia on 2l Sept. 1742, present Wm. Till and Robert Strettell, Esquires, the foreigners whose names are underwritten, imported in the ship Francis & Elizabeth, George North, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Deal, did this day take the usual qualification to the government Vis, the 7th name on the list is Peter Ruble (Rubel). Peter, settled on a farm in Codorus Township, York County, Pennsylvania a few miles from Hanover. A receipt is on file, dated 10 Sept. 1750, showing that he "took up" 100 acres of land, between Peter Stamback and Hans Eric Miller, for which the receipt says he paid 5 pounds in part. This original receipt is most probably the receipt found in the desk of John Wagonmaker Ruble who is included in this family work. York County records show that he added to this land and upon his death in 1773, there was 142 acres. His will is recorded March 15, 1773 and admitted to probate on April 26, 1773. Of the 4 sons, Christian inherited most all, with provisos for his mother, however Christian had only 1 daughter who never married and the original estate reverted to Peter and Mathias, as the brother Abraham was Infirmed in someway.[cmarkc.ged]

    !BIRTH-DEATH:1640.GED Internet ben@alaska.net (Wirt File) (871) Records of Raymond Liesman, The Rubles in Europe, indicate spelling was RUBELI, and further records provided to Lewis H. Ruble, from Mennonite Archives indicate village of this line of Rubeli is most likely either Gampelen or Tschugg.....in the Canton of Bern, Switzerland. Further migration was down the Rhine River and finally settling on the Messerschwanderhoff, near Kaiserslartern in Germany. LHR...1/9/2001. Possible decadency thru (E2.3.7) Christen who was Bap: 7 Aug. 1657, He and his children migrated down Rhine River and thence ??? (Our Peters) 1st son named Christian????




    Marriage 1 Anna MUELLER b: ABT. 1718 in Oberdorf, Germany
    • Married: WFT Est. 1699-1751
    • Married: 1743 in <Codorus Twp, York, Pennsylvania>
    • Sealing Spouse: 28 JUN 1996 in DALLA
    Children
    1. Has No Children Abraham RUBLE b: ABT. 1740 in Assumed Germany based on sequential B/D or Mathias/Peter Jr.
    2. Has Children Mathias RUBLE b: 9 DEC 1744 in Bavaria, Germany
    3. Has Children Peter (Jr.) RUBLE b: AFT. 1744 in Cordorus Township, York County, Pennsylvania
    4. Has Children Christian RUBLE b: 7 JAN 1749/50 in York Co., Pennsylvania

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