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The Ruebling Family, St. Charles County, MO

Updated July 17, 2008

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The Ruebling family has a long and proud farming history that is not unlike many mid-western families.

We are German by descent and we were part of the huge German migration to America during the 1800s. The Rueblings came to America in the early to mid 1800's and first settled in the East and eventually moving to the rich farmland of Missouri. The Ruebling's came to America after they were inspired by a book written about the wonderful farmland that was available in Missouri titled: "The Land of Milk and Honey."

Little Towns with German names such as Hamburg, Augusta and New Melle sprang up across Missouri. The Rueblings first purchased land in St. Charles County in and around the town of Hamburg and thought the area reminded them of the rich wine country in their homeland.

We are still trying to trace our heritage back into Germany . . . As of this publication, the Rueblings immigrated from the Darmstadt Wurtzberg area..

 
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