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Penelope Ruble

F, #I4164, b. 03 January 1833, d. 26 February 1853

Family

Marriage 1 : W.T. Webb m. 1852

  1.    Celeste Jane Webb

Notes:

Lived in Alpine, Alabama near Talladega, Alabama

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Penelope Ruble

 

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Nathan Shelley

 

 

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Elizabeth Jane Shelley

 

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Peter Ruble

M, #I4165, b. 1714, d. March 1773

Family

Marriage 1 : Anna Mueller , b. 1718

  1.    Abraham Ruble, b. abt. 1740
  2. Christian Ruble, b. 07 January 1750, d. 28 January 1817
  3. Mathias Ruble, b. 09 December 1744, d. 12 September 1817
  4. Peter Ruble, II, b. 1744, d. February 1837

Marriage 2 : Anna Mueller , b. 1718

  1. Peter Ruble, II, b. 1744, d. February 1837

Notes:

The name 'Ruble' has been spelled many ways since the family first came to the new world. 'Rubel', 'Ruble', 'Roble' and others are today spelled 'Ruble' for the most part.

Concerning the History of the Ruble Family in early day Pennsylvania.

Germans were the first settlers in western Pennsylvania, initially migrating here as early as 1708, and living in settlements by 1788. The first Germans settlers in the early 1700's were from the Palatinate, a district in south-east Germany that belonged to Bavaria until 1945, mostly of the lower social class. A second migration between 1728 and 1804 brought middle and upper class Germans to Pennsylvania.

The mass influx of the Germans during the early eighteenth century frightened earlier immigrants. Over half the landlords in Pennsylvania in 1734 were German, and in some towns street signs were printed in both English and German. Natives worried about the preservation of their language-and even of their government-against the ever-rising number of Germans.

Unlike the transient Scotch-Irish who emigrated during the same eras, the Germans had a sedentary nature, and settled quickly. The Germans-Mennonites, Tunkers, Schwenkfelders, Yiddish-speaking Jews, Reformed and Lutheran-were distinguished by their sobriety, thrift and industrious nature.

Peter Rubel and his Anna Mueller Rubel arrived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 11, 1738 on the ship "Francis and Elizabeth". The master of the ship was George North. They sailed from Rotterdam, Holland.

Collected by A.M. Ruble, Boston, Massachusetts, April 2, 1881

Several years since a book was published by a Mr. Rupp of Philadelphia, giving a list of 30,000 German immigrants to Pennsylvania between the years 1727 and 1775, whose oaths of allegiance were recorded in the State Archives of Harrisburg. Among these names is that of 'Peter Rubel', who arrived September 11, 1738. He was the first Ruble who came from Germany, though it is not known from what part of that country he came; but from the fact that many of the name Ruble (Jews) have since come from Bavaria, it
is probable that the above named Peter was a native of that state or Province.

The next knowledge that we have of this Peter Ruble is that he settled on a farm in Codorus Township, York County, Pennsylvania, a few miles from Hanover, as a receipt is on file, dated September 10, 1750, showing that he 'took up' 100 acres of land, between Peter Stambach and Hans Eric Miller, for which the receipt says he paid 5 pounds 'in part'. The York County records show that he added to this land by purchase, until at his death in 1773 his farm was comprised of 142 acres. His will is recorded March 15, 1773 and was admitted to probate April 26, 1773, showing that he died between these two dates. He, Peter Ruble, had four sons as follows: Christian, Mathias, Peter II and Abraham, and it is probable that their births were in the order given here.

In the above mentioned will of Peter, it is directed that (after providing for his widow Anna's support) he gives his farm all all of his property to his son Christian, with the provision that said Christian should pay to his two brothers, Mathias and Peter II, 5 pounds each, which with what they had already received, was to be their portion; and, further, that the said Christian should also support and maintain his brother Abraham during the latter's life, from which it would appear that Abraham was disabled in some way, not how known.

Peter Rubel had four sons as follows: Mathias, Peter, Christian and Abraham. In the Will above mentioned of Peter I, it is directed that (after providing for his widow Anna's support) he gives his farm and all of his property to this son, Christian, with the proviso that said Christian should pay to his two brothers, Mathias and Peter, 5 pounds each, which with what they had already received, was to be their portion; and further, that he said Ghristian should also support and maintain his brother Abraham during the latter's life, from which it would appear that Abraham was disabled in some way not now known.

Christian remained on the farm and carried out the Will of his father, and, as is shown by a land office receipt dated October 22, 1785, added thereto 50 acres for which he paid 5 pounds "in certificates." Christian died in 1817, leaving all his estate to his only child, Ester, who died in 1819 unmarried. Thus, the original estate fell back to Mathias and Peter II and was sold and divided between them, Abraham having already died.

Mathias settled on a farm near Lewistown in the east end of Mifflin County. Some of his descendants, Rubles and Swartzells, are in that vicinity at the present time. Note following articles:

Peter II settled near Middletown, Frederick County, Maryland, and probably worked at his trade, a blacksmith. Between the years of 1790 and 1795 he and all his children) except Barbara a married daughter, re-moved to W=
ashington County, Tennessee, and settled on Little Cherokee Creek, four and three-fourths miles from Jonesboro, Tennessee. There he engaged in farming and stock raising.

The records show he was a large landholder, as well as the fact that he was able to give each of his children a farm, near his own, at their marriage. Their mode of religious worship was Lutheran until they removed to Tennessee, when they united with the Methodist Church and brought up all of their children in that faith.

WILL OF PETER RUBLE, I

(York County, Pennsylvania Records)

Made March 15, 1773
Probated April 26, 1773

In the name of God Amen. The fifteenth day of March in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and seventy three, I Peter Rubel, of Codorus Township, the county of York and the province of Pennsylvania, being very sick and weak in body, but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God therefore for calling unto mind the mortality of my body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men, once to die.

I make and ordain this my last will and testament, that is to say principal and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it, and for my body, I recommend it to the earth, to be buried i=
n a Christian like, and decent manner, at the discretion of my executors. Never doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God.

And touching such worldly estate where with it has pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form. Inprimis, it is my will, and I do order, first, all my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied. Then I give and bequeath unto Anna my dearly beloved wife, my bed and bedstead, that we used to lie in, with two sheets and two bed kivers, that is to say to cover the bed twice, and our small iron pot, and the small copper kettle, and the small cedar pail, and the big cedar pail, and the iron pan, the new one, and the iron ladle and skimmer, and flax fork, and an earthen dish and baison, and four spoons, and the parst ladle, and our chest and table, she shall have her life time. Further, my wife, Anna, shall have her spinning wheel and half of the spun yarn that is here now.

Further, it is my will and I give and bequeath unto my son Christian, my dwelling plantation, that is to say, all the lands and tenements with all my movable estate whatsoever I hath in possession, except, what is above excepted.

And then my son, Christian, shall give to his mother every year as long as she remains a widow, ten bushels of wheat, and three bushels of rye, and keep her one cow in good order, which cow, she shall take her choice of
my cows.

Further, he shall give his mother, yearly, twelve pounds of hackled flax and twelve pounds of tow, and seventy pounds of bark. And, yearly, one
pair of shoes, and every two years one pair of slippers, and as much soleing as she shall have need for.

Further, my wife Anna, shall have the third of the gardening, and yearly she shall have the choice among the trees in the orchard, to take five apple trees for her, and three peach trees, for her yearly.

And yearly, she shall have four pounds of wool and fifteen shillings in money yearly, as long as she remains a widow.
And her living she shall have in my dwelling house, as long as she remains a widow. And my son Christian, shall make her fire wood, as much as she shall have need for and fetch her grain to the mill and home again, when she shall have need for it.
his brother Abraham, as long as he lives, and keep his bed in the store room constant, and shall find and procure for him sufficient meat and drink, apparel, lodging and washing, as long as he (my son Abraham) shall live.

Item - It is my will that my son Christian, shall pay to my oldest son Mathias, in three years after my decease, the sum of five pounds, of good and lawful moneys, that shall then be his portion in full what he shall of all my estate, real and personal.

Item - It is my will that my son Christian, shall pay his brother Peter, in five years after my decease, the sum of five pounds in good and lawful moneys that shall then be his portion in full, and that which he hath received of me before, that shall be his portion in full what he shall haveof all my estate, real and personal, and all the rest of my estate, my son Christian have, that is to say, lands and tenements, goods and chattels, for his portion, and for the mentioning of his mother, and his brother Abraham so as above mentioned.

And then he shall pay all my debts that I owe, and that is my will and testament. I do make and nominate, my true beloved son Christian and Hans Ker, to be my whole and sole executor, of this my last will and testament, and I do hereby utterly disavow, revoke and disanull all and every other former testament, wills, legacies and executors, by me in any ways before this time, named, willed and bequeathed, ratifying and confirming this and no other, to be my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

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Peter P. R. Rubel
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Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declared, by the said Peter Rubel as his last will and testament, in the presence of us the subscribers

Henry Danner
Jacob Rudevilly
Peter Stambaugh
Jacob Serbaugh
AN ANALYSIS OF PETER RUBLE I. WILL

Mrs. Vinett E. Ruble of Los Altos, California, made a personal analysis of the original Will of Peter. Her coments will be enlightening to those interested in the wording of old wills.

"I worked on this will for several weeks, as I had time, to get the meaning. The official who wrote this will, or if it was a lawyer, was a German, and he was writing in English. He spelled some words with a German beginning as in most old script and he was long winded and re peated himself often, ending up sentences very oddly.

"In this will one can see that Mathias was the oldest son, Peter said so very plainly, and I believe that Christian was the third son; Mathias and Peter had married) and Christian had stayed with his parents and ran the farm, so Peter his father, made him his heir. It may have been that Christian did not marry until his mother and Abraham died, may be that is the reason he only had the one child, Esther.

"In this will where it mentioned that Christian was to keep his brother Abraham's bed in the _____room, the ink was blurred when it was first written and the ink was wet. The word was stone or store room, the letter looked more like n than r. The name of one of the witnesses, Jacob Rudisilly, in this name the letter s could be a v, again it looked more like s than v.

"In the part where it says, Anna was to have an earthern dish, it said an earthern dish and paision. I looked in the German dictionary at our library and there was no such word. Then I went back over the will and looked for letters and spelling of other words) and as the word brass was spelled prast, I concluded that the word was not paision, it was baison and that word in the dictionary means base, then it made sense.

"The initials P. R. that Peter made as his mark, were very wobbly, and were so frayed looking, it looked like Peter was very ill, as he said he was. In the part that mentioned about the bedding, the lawyer got very mixed up, he said two sheets and two bed kivers, and then he said to kiver the bed twice.

"I also found out what tow was from reading an old book written on pioneer time. It was describing the flint lock rifles, they used tow made from unspun flax. I do not know why Anna needed so much bark unless it was used for dye or some purpose to make cloth.

"I read in this book that the pound in money was worth $2.50 in Pennsylvania and in Virginia, I believe it said it was worth $3.30 or $3.50. Also, a hand woven sheet was a very valuable thing, a linen sheet cost around $7.00 and this one at its best was in the second generation of wear.

"As I read this will, I liked this very kind man and I would have liked to have had him for a neighbor or friend. He went to great length to try to care for Anna after he was dead.

"By putting in the words, as long as she remains a widow, he did not mean thast he was unkind, or jealous, he knew very well that if she married again, everything she had would become her husbands and he could will her =
out of anything that her first husband left her

(signed) Watsie N. Ruble

WILL OF CHRISTIAN RUBEL

(York County, Pennsylvania Records)

Made December 27, 1816
Probated, January 28, 1817

In the name of God Amen, I, Christian Rubel, of Codorus Township, in the Gounty of York, and the State of Pennsylvania, Yeoman. Being very sick a
nd weak in body but of sound mind, memory and understanding, blessed be God for the same, but considering the uncertainty of this transitory life do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following.

To wit - Principally and first of all, I commend my immortal soul into the hands of God, who gave it, and my body to the earth to be buried in a decent and christian manner at the discretion of my Executors, hereinafter named and as to such worldly estate wherein it hath pleased God to bless me in this life.

I give and dispose of the same in the following manner.

To wit - I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Anna, two beds and bed stats, and two cows, and one kitchen dresser, one table, one spinning wheel, and all the other articles and things which she brought from her father at the time of our marriage, all the said articles she, my said wife Anna, shall have and keep.

The remainder of my other estate shall then be ~old by public vendure and the money where from shall be for and to pay off all my lawful debts and other expenses first be took there from. And after all my lawful debts shall first be paid off, and there should be an overplus it shall then all come and be paid to my daughter, Esther.

Item - I give, devise and bequeath unto my daughter, Esther Rubel and to her heirs and assigns forever. My now dwelling plantation, which all the lands and buildings thereto belonging situated in Codorus Township, County and State aforesaid. The land adjoining the land of Henry Stambach, Adam Hesse, Jonas Reber, Jonathan Danner, John Rudisill, Michael Miller, Henry Becker and Peter Lehman, containing one hundred and forty-two acres and thirty-one perches (rods), being the same more or less for all the said lands

I charge her my said daughter, Esther, that she is --- acquite and pay to my aforesaid wife Anna, the full sum of one hundred pounds, in good lawful money of Pennsylvania, the said one hundred pounds she is to pay my sa=
id wife Anna, in one year after my decease, and if my personal estate should not be enough to pay off my debts, then my daughter is to pay the rest.

And lastly, I nominate, constitute and appoint my trusted friends, Henry Stickhouser, Esquire, and Conrad Mayer, both of the township aforesaid, to be the Executors of this my will, hereby revoking all other wills, legacies and bequests by me heretofore made and declaring this and no other to be my last will and testament, in witness whereof I have set my hand and seal, this 27 day of December anno domini one thousand eight hundred and sixteen.
Christian Rubel seal

Signed, sealed, published and declared by said testor as his last will and testament in the presence of us, who in his presence and at his request have subscribed as Witnesses.

(names too dim to read)

York County, before me Jacob _____ Register for the probate of wills and granting letters of administration in and for the County of York in the State of Pennsylvania, personally came, Henry Stambach and Henry Becker, the two subscribing witnesses to the following instrument of writing and the said Henry Becker on his solemn oath, and the said Henry Stambach on his solemn affirmation, do severally say, that they were personally present and saw and heard the above named Christian Rubel sign his name unto and seal and publish the above assigned instrument of writing as and for his last will and testament. And at the time of the doing thereof he, the said Christian Rubel, was of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding, to the of their --- belief and that they subscribed their names thereto as witnesses in the presence of the said testor and at the request and also in the presence of each other at the same time.

_____ (two names, cannot be read)

Sworn affirmed subscribed before me at York Jan. 28, A. D. 1817

__________Regt.

Above copy taken from and compared with original at York ________ Regt.
Letters testa. granted to Executor same day, J _______ Regt.

WILL OF MATHIAS RUBLE

(Mifflin County, Pennsylvania Records)

Made May 31, 1817
Probated, November 20, 1817

In the name of God, Amen. I, Mathias Ruble, of Armagh Township of Mifflin County and State of Pennsylvania, being in good health, sound and disposing mind and memory, thanks be to God for his mercies. Therefore, calling to mind the uncertainties of this life, do make and ordain this writing as my last will and testament in manner and form following.

First. My will is that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid by my executors herein mentioned.

Second. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Mary the interest of all my real estate, also the interest due and to become due from the sale of my plantation, I sold George Swartzell which is nine hundred and thirty dollars, payable in annual installments by said Swartzell. Also, one hundred dollars deposited by me with my son, Michael Ruble, for my use. If the interest is not sufficient to support her, it is my will that she gets a sufficiency out of the principal. Also, I allow her all my house-hold and kitchen furniture for her to do with as she may think proper during her natural lifetime.

Third. I give and bequeath unto my son Christian twenty dollars to be paid him one year after the death of my wife if demanded and to be the full share of my whole estate.

Fourth. I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Mary, now intermarried with James Norris, fifty dollars to be paid to her one year after the death of my wife if demanded and to be her share of my whole estate.

Fifth. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Anna intermarried with George Swartzell, fifty dollars to be allowed her out of the money coming from George Swartzell but not to be allowed until after the death of my wife

Seventh. I give and bequeath unto my son Jacob eight notes of ten pounds each which I have given up to him. The first of them was due in the year eighteen hundred and twelve and the last of these eight will be due in the year eighteen hundred nineteen.

Eighth. I give and bequeath unto my grandchildren, the children of my son Jacob (viz) to Mary, twenty pounds, to Peter ten pounds and to John ten pounds to be paid to them after the death of my wife. And further it is my will that the land which I now live on and which I hold improvement be sold by public vendue after the death of my wife. At which time distribution is to be made to and among all my children not before mentioned (viz) John, Peter, Jacob, Henry and Michael which are to share and share alike after paying off the before mentioned Legatees, except Henry who is to have eighty dollars less than the rest on account of some accounts I have against him which I allow to be given up to him after my death.

And lastly, I constitute and appoint my aforesaid son Michael and Williams Brown, Junior, whole and sole executors of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking and disannulling all former wills and bequests by me heretofore made. Ratifying and confirming this only to by my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this thirty first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen,
MATHIAS RUBLE (Seal)

Signed, sealed, published, pronounced
and declared by the said Mathias Ruble as his
last will and testament in presence of

Alexander B. McWitt
Henry Close
P. S. The twenty fifth and twenty sixth, twenty seventh and part of
twenty eighth lines being erased before signing.

September 12, 1817 this will was proven. This was signed by David Milliken, Register. On the 20th of November 1817 this will was probated.

(Will copied June 9, 1959 by Bertha Steininger, Deputy Register of Wills in Lewistown, Pennsylvania for Mary R. Ruble in Newport, Tennessee.)

WILL OF JACOB RUBLE

(Miff lin County, Pennsylvania Records)

Made December 14, 1841
Probated (?)

In the name of God, I Jacob Ruble, of Armagh Township, Miff un County, in the State of Pennsylvania, farmer, being weak in body and of sound mind memory and understanding but considering the uncertainty of this transit=
ory life do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in maner and form following, to wit.

First. It is my Will and I do order that all my last debts and funeral expenses be duly paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently can be after my decease in the following maner viz I alow my Executors to sell all my personal property not mentioned or bequeathed in this will and if this should not pay all my debts then to have pownr to sell as much of the uper end of the place as will discharge all Legal Demands against me.

Second Item. I give and bequeath unto my dear wife, Elizabeth Ruble, five beds, five cows, six sheep, five hogs and to live in the house we now occupy during her lifetime. And to have the garden during her life, also all my household furniture and kitchen utensils as she may choose to keep for her own use and to have the third of the produce of the farm during her life and it is my desire that she keep my three infirm children, Mary Ruble and Jacob Ruble and Anna Ruble, and also to have fire wood sufficient of the farm as long as she may live.

Third Item. That at the death of my wife the one third of the proceds of the farm still go to the maintainance of my said three infirm children so long as the or any of them may live.

Fourth. I give and devize to my fourth and youngest son, George, the farm on which he now resides containing one hundred acres and also an adjoining tract of land containing one hundred and eighty acres or thereabouts and to his heirs and assigns forever.

Subject to the above bequests and legaseiz hereinafter mentioned that is
he is to pay the following legaceiz at the death of his mother and to Peter Ruble five dollars, John Ruble five dollars, Susan Chester five dollars, Margerett Elliott five dollars.

Further, I also bequeath to my son George two horses of his own choise.

And lastly, I nominate, constitute and appoint William McDowell and my son, George, to be the Executors of this my Will hereby revoking all other Wills, Legacies and bequests by me heretofore made and declaring this and=
no other to be my last Will and Testament.

In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the fourteenth day of December in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and forty one.

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Jacob X Ruble
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Signed, Sealed and Declared by the said testator as his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us:

William Slone William Reed

WILL OF MICHAEL RUBLE, SENIOR

(Mifflin County, Pennsylvania Records)

Made April 21, 1838
Probated (?)

In the name of God, Amen. I, Michael Ruble, Senr, of Derry Township, Mifflin County and State of Pennsylvania, being sick and weak in body but of sound mind, memory and understanding, blessed be God for the same, do make and publish this my last will and testament, in manner and and form following, to wit. Principally and first of all) I comend my imortal soul into the hands of God, who gave1 and my body to the earth to be buried in a decent and Christian like manner, at the discreation of my Executors hereinafter named - - - -.

And as to such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with in this life, I gave and dispose of the same in the following manner -=
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First, is my will and I do direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses be duly paid as soon as can be after my decease - -

I gave and bequeath to my beloved wife Marget two cows and four sheep which is to be fed and kept in fodder and pasture on the farm and eight dollars in cash yearly and every year during her natural life, and sufficient firewood, halled and cut at her door, she is to have the house and garden where I now live with one bed and bedding and the kitchen furniture now in the house, with two hundred pounds pork and one hundred pounds beef and twenty bushls wheat yearly and every year so long as she lives all of which is to be paid for by my executors, which said bequests are to be in lieu of her dower.

It is my will and I do order that all my live stock be sold by my executors imediately after my decease (except three cows and four sheep) the grain in the ground to be cut and thrashed and sold in the bushel by my executors and moneys arriseing from the aforesaid sales to be appropriated to the payment of my debts.

To my son John I give and bequeath all my land as follows, be is to have the farm on rent at the valuation and apraisement of said rent to be maid by David Eshleman, Robert Means and Henry Aurand, until all my just debts are extinguished or paid. Said land to be subject to the following payments of legacies and disbursements -

The above rent to be settled and payd to my Executors which they are to appropriate to the payments of my debts or if said John should pay any of the debts the receipts for such payments is to be received in the pay of rent on settlement with Executors which settlement of rent is to be made yearly.

To my son Mathias I gave and bequeath five hundred dollars which money is to be paid by my son John one year after all my debts are paid.

To my daughter, Mary Ruble, entermarried with Jacob Shilling, I give and bequeath three hundred dollars two years after my debts shall have been paid - To my daughter Nancy Ruble, entermarried with Peter Secrist -I give and bequeath three hundred dollars three years after my debts have been paid. To my daughter Elizabeth Ruble, entermarried with Henry Musser - I give and bequeath three hundred dollars to be paid four years after all my debts have been paid. I give and bequeath to my daughter Susanah Ruble, entermarried vith John Dunmire three hundred dollars to be paid five years after all my debts have been paid. To my daughter Sarah Ruble, entermarried with John Aurand, I give and bequeath three hundred dollars to be paid six years after my debts have been paid. To my daughter Marget Ruble, entermarried with Peter Rush, I give and bequeath three hundred dollars to be paid seven years after my debts have been paid. To my son Henry Ruble I give and bequeath seven hundred dollars to be paid eight years after my debts have been paid, also the money that my Fox horse sells for is to be put to interest by my executors until he arrives at the age of twenty-one years at which time he is to receive the amount of principle and interest from my executors. To my daughter Hannah, I give and bequeath three hundred dollars to be paid nine years after my debts are paid, and one cow, one bureau, one bed and bedding. All the above legacies is to be paid by my son, John Ruble, who is to have one cow before excepted and four hogs from my present stock, after my debts are paid, my son, John Ruble, is to pay eight dollars in cash yearly and every to my wife, Marget and twenty bushels wheat, two hundred pounds pork and one hundred beef also to hall and cut her firewood at the door of her house and the Executors are to be free from finding any of the above articles for her--. A
lastly, I nominate and appoint John Snyder and Henry Hannawalt to by my executors of this my last will here revokeing all other wills, legacies and bequests by me heretofore made and declaring this and no other to be my=
last Will and Testament.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my hand and seal this 21st day of April A. D. 1838.

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Michael Ruble (Seal)
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Signed, sealed, published and declared by the testator Michael Ruble as for his last Will and Testament Before us in his presence, who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have Subscribed our names hereunto as witnesses.

Michael Ruble, Jr.
Abraham Snyder

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Sources

  1. Mcelroy.rtf..FTW, Date of Import: Jun 24, 1999
  2. mcelroys.FTW, Date of Import: Jun 29, 1999

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Peter Ruble

M, #I4166, b. 1767, d. 08 May 1850

Family

Marriage 1 : Susanna (Unknown) , d. 27 October 1842

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Peter Ruble, II

M, #I903, b. 1744, d. February 1837

Family

Marriage 1 : Catherine Wirt m. 19 March 1770 York County, Pennsylvania, b. 07 January 1750, d. 1840

  1. Barbara Ruble, b. 05 January 1775, d. 1823
  2. Catherine Ruble, b. 28 November 1778, d. bet. 1873 and 1874
  3. Elizabeth Ruble, b. 02 December 1787, d. 1829
  4. Eve Elizabeth Ruble, b. 15 March 1796, d. 1880
  5. Henry Ruble, b. 05 September 1776, d. 1858
  6. Jacob Ruble, b. 15 September 1773, d. 08 November 1813
  7. John G. Ruble, b. 15 September 1781, d. 13 August 1842
  8.    Magdalena Ruble, b. 31 October 1783, d. 1785
  9. Mary Jane Ruble, b. 26 June 1790, d. 02 January 1881
  10. Peter Ruble, III, b. 16 November 1785, d. 19 August 1841
  11.    Susan Ruble, b. 30 November 1771, d. abt. 1771

Notes:

Peter Ruble II was a blacksmith. He married Catherine Wirt, daughter of Henry Wirt, of Codorus Township, York County, Pennsylvania, and he said Henry "being a German immigrant of 1739. Henry Wirt's wife, Anna, was born in the town of Oberdorf, Germany October 6, 1723.

"Peter Ruble II served in the Revolutionary War from Frederick County, Maryland. He received the payment for his Militia Service on December 1, 1783 at Salisbury, Wake County, North Carolina in the amount of 9 pounds, 4 shillings, Specie. Revolutionary War Pay Voucher: #5402, December 1, 1783, Salisbury District, Wake County, North Carolina for Peter Robel"

Between the years 1790 and 1795 he, Peter II, with all of his children, except Barbara, a married daughter, removed to Washington County, Tennessee, and settled on Little Cherokee Creek, 4 3/4 miles from Jonesboro, Tennessee. and engaged in farming and stock raising. The records show that he was a large land holder, as well as the fact that he was able to give each of his children a farm near his own, at their marriage. Peter II died there about 1834, aged about 90 years, and his wife, Catherine, about 1838, aged about 88 years. Their mode of religious worship was Lutheran, until their move to Tennessee, when they united with the Methodist Church and brought up all of their children in that faith.

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

 

Peter Ruble

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Peter Ruble, II

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Anna Mueller

 

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{UNKNOWN}

Sources

  1. Mcelroy.rtf..FTW, Date of Import: Jun 24, 1999
  2. mcelroys.FTW, Date of Import: Jun 29, 1999

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Dr. Peter Ruble, III

M, #I4167, b. 16 November 1785, d. 19 August 1841

Family

Marriage 1 : Elizabeth Jane Shelley m. 05 April 1827, d. 24 August 1840

  1.    Andrew Ruble, b. 04 October 1834
  2.    Jacob Ruble, b. 27 March 1837
  3.    Jane Ruble, b. 04 August 1840, d. 24 August 1840
  4.    Margaret Ruble, b. 29 February 1828
  5. Penelope Ruble, b. 03 January 1833, d. 26 February 1853
  6.    Pryor Ruble, b. 15 May 1831, d. 22 February 1862
  7.    Rhoten Ruble, b. 06 May 1829, d. 19 August 1841

Notes:

Graduated from University of Pennsylvania in 1815

Practiced Medicine in Rogersville, Tennessee

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Ruble

 

 

 

Peter Ruble

 

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Anna Mueller

 

 

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Peter Ruble, III

 

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Henry Wirt

 

 

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Catherine Wirt

 

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Anna Schaueblin

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Phillip Delmer Ruble

M, #I4168, b. [private]

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benjamin Flavius "Flavy" Ruble

 

 

 

William Phillip Ruble

 

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Nylla Lee Clark

 

 

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Phillip Delmer Ruble

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Iva Dean Phipps

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Phillip Franklin Ruble

M, #I4169, b. 1847

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Ruble

 

 

 

Duke Ruble

 

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Barbara Hunter

 

 

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Phillip Franklin Ruble

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Sarah Howard Arnold Slaughter

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Phillip Thomas Ruble

M, #I4170, b. 29 August 1928

Family

Marriage 1 : Beatrice Bagby m. 16 August 1950

  1. Gary Alan Ruble, b. [private]
  2. Linda Diane Ruble, b. [private]
  3. Terry Scott Ruble, b. [private]

Marriage 2 : Betty Wallace Sims

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Thomas Ruble

 

 

 

Paul Wellington Ruble

 

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Eliza Jane Phillips

 

 

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Phillip Thomas Ruble

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Ethyl Viola Lichtenberger

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Phoebe Ann Ruble

F, #I4171, b. 1848

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Ruble

 

 

 

Rufus P. Ruble

 

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Barbara Hunter

 

 

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Phoebe Ann Ruble

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Margaret Collins

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Pryor Ruble

M, #I4172, b. 15 May 1831, d. 22 February 1862

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Ruble

 

 

 

Peter Ruble

 

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|

Catherine Wirt

 

 

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Pryor Ruble

 

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Nathan Shelley

 

 

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Elizabeth Jane Shelley

 

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Elizabeth (Unknown)

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Rachel Ruble

F, #I4173

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

John G. Ruble

 

 

 

James Axley Ruble

 

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Rachel Hare

 

 

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Rachel Ruble

 

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John Williams

 

 

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Ruhamah C. Williams

 

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Elizabeth Price

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Rachel Malinda Ruble

F, #I4174, b. 26 August 1831

Family

Marriage 1 : Francis Powell

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Ruble

 

 

 

John G. Ruble

 

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|

Catherine Wirt

 

 

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Rachel Malinda Ruble

 

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Elijah Fine

 

 

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Esther Fine

 

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Barbara Andes

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Ralph Ruble

M, #I4175, b. July 1899, d. July 1899

Notes:

He Lived only one day.

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

 

William Thomas Ruble

 

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|

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Ralph Ruble

 

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Hiriam C. Phillips

 

 

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Eliza Jane Phillips

 

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Armenia R. Wooten

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Ramie Wright Ruble

M, #I4176, b. 18 February 1925, d. 08 May 1999

Family

Marriage 1 : Helen Faye Clark , d. bef. 1999

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rufus Augustus Ruble

 

 

 

James David Ruble

 

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Missouri Emily Smotherman

 

 

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Ramie Wright Ruble

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Amy E. Wade

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Raymond Ruble

M, #I4177

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Nathaniel Ruble

 

 

 

Robert Emmet Ruble

 

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Nancy S. "Nannie" McElroy

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Raymond Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Ella Alzenia Knox

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Rebecca Ruble

F, #I4178, b. 1840

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Ruble

 

 

 

Duke Ruble

 

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Barbara Hunter

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Rebecca Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

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{UNKNOWN}

 

 

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Sarah Howard Arnold Slaughter

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Rhoten Ruble

M, #I4179, b. 06 May 1829, d. 19 August 1841

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Ruble

 

 

 

Peter Ruble

 

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|

Catherine Wirt

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Rhoten Ruble

 

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|

 

 

 

Nathan Shelley

 

 

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Elizabeth Jane Shelley

 

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|

Elizabeth (Unknown)

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Richard Ruble

M, #I4180, b. 16 July 1826, d. 04 February 1900

Family

Marriage 1 : Lucia D. Harris m. 05 July 1849, d. 27 November 1863

  1.    Charles R. Ruble, b. 09 October 1859, d. 21 September 1862
  2.    Jesse P. Ruble, b. 06 November 1855, d. 09 August 1857
  3. John Alexander Ruble, b. 02 July 1850, d. 21 August 1904
  4.    William Ruble, b. 25 August 1858, d. 10 September 1858

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jacob Ruble

 

 

 

Jesse Ruble

 

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|

 

 

|

Julianna Stormer

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Richard Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

 

 

 

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

|

Mary Mathews

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Robert Emmet Ruble

M, #I4181, b. 01 August 1879, d. 12 April 1950

Family

Marriage 1 : Ella Alzenia Knox m. 1899 Boone County, Arkansas, b. 11 November 1880, d. 27 May 1967

  1.    Fount Ruble
  2.    Frank Ruble
  3.    Maud Ruble
  4.    May Ruble
  5.    Mildred Ruble
  6.    Myrtle Ruble
  7.    Raymond Ruble
  8.    Roy Ruble, b. 10 April 1907, d. February 1975

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

 

James Nathaniel Ruble

 

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|

 

 

|

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Robert Emmet Ruble

 

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|

 

 

 

James Jamison McElroy

 

 

|

Nancy S. "Nannie" McElroy

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

Margaret Saphronia Weaver

Sources

  1. Mcelroy.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 10, 2004

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Robert F. Ruble

M, #I4182, b. 1892, d. 1961

Family

Marriage 1 : Priscilla E. Copeland , b. 23 February 1895

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duke Ruble

 

 

 

Jasper Almanser Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

|

 

 

|

Sarah Howard Arnold Slaughter

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Robert F. Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

 

 

 

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

|

Mary Ann Eldridge

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Robert Michael "Rob" Ruble

F, #I4183, b. [private]

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benjamin Flavius "Flavy" Ruble

 

 

 

Roy Clark Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

|

 

 

|

Nylla Lee Clark

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Robert Michael "Rob" Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

 

 

 

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

|

Florine Ingersoll

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Robin Vincent Ruble

M, #I4184

Family

Marriage 1 : Karin Chrystal Crow Faccinto

  1.    Adam John Vincent Ruble
  2.    Amy Elizaebth Ruble
  3.    Jessica Mary Ruble

Marriage 2 : Judith Ann Schmidt

  1.    Shelly Ann Ruble
  2.    Tara Lynn Ruble

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vinett Elbert Ruble

 

 

 

Vincent Vinett Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

|

 

 

|

Walsie Naomi Baughman

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Robin Vincent Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

 

 

 

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

|

Anne Marie Aro

 

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{UNKNOWN}

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Rosetta Dale Ruble

F, #I4185, b. 12 April 1918

Family

Marriage 1 : Anthony Caputo m. 27 June 1975

Marriage 2 : Raymond Glen Ruf , b. [private]

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Henry Harrison Ruble

 

 

 

Vinett Elbert Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

|

 

 

|

Rosetta Melissa Watkins

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Rosetta Dale Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

 

 

 

Spencer Baughman

 

 

|

Walsie Naomi Baughman

 

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|

Adeline Cloud

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Rosetta Myrtle Ruble

F, #I4186, b. 20 August 1890, d. 26 August 1969

Family

Marriage 1 : Pliny Marvin Rowland m. 20 February 1910, d. 1971

  1.    Raymon Rowland
  2.    Roger Rowland
  3.    Ruth Helen Rowland
  4.    Vilna Rowland

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

John G. Ruble

 

 

 

William Henry Harrison Ruble

 

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|

 

 

|

Esther Fine

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Rosetta Myrtle Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

 

 

 

Henry Watkins

 

 

|

Rosetta Melissa Watkins

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

Lucinda Scroggins

Sources

  1. Mcelroy.rtf..FTW, Date of Import: Jun 24, 1999
  2. mcelroys.FTW, Date of Import: Jun 29, 1999

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Ross H. Ruble

M, #I4187, b. July 1885

Pedigree:

 

 

 

 

 

 

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

 

Rufus Augustus Ruble

 

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|

 

 

|

{UNKNOWN}

 

 

|

 

 

 

 

Ross H. Ruble

 

|

 

 

 

 

 

 

|

 

 

 

David Smotherman

 

 

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Missouri Emily Smotherman

 

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Jane Watkins

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