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Replogle-Reprogle genealogy, 1600-1998

by Edith Madeline Replogle Raymond and Paul Hudson Replogle
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1999
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: 2nd ed., January 1998 update. [Battle Creek, Mich. : P.H. Replogle, 1998]. [1], 850 p.

Includes index.

Three men, probably relatives, with the Replogle [Rebloge in German] surname immigrated to America in the 1700s from Bas-Rhin, France. 1) Johann Reinhard Reblogel/John Reinhart Replogle (1720-1796) was born at Soultz Sous Forets, Bas-Rhin, the son of Philip Reblogel (1688-1760) and the grandson of Andreas Reblogel (1656-1743). A Revolutionary War soldier, he immigrated to America ca. 1752 and lived in Pennsylvania and Maryland. He died in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. 2) Johann Balthasar Reblogel/Balzar Replogel (1722-ca. 1809) was born at Soultz Sous Forets, the son of Balthasar Reblogel (1682-before 1742). He immigrated to America and was living in York County, Pennsylvania, by 1779. He died in Rockbridge County, Virginia. 3) Johann Jacob Reblogel/John Jacob Replogle was born in 1688 at Lamerlock, Alsace. He immigrated to America in 1721 and lived at German Village, Louisiana, 1721-1736. Descendants of these men lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Louisiana, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois and elsewhere. Some descendants spell their surname Reprogle.

Includes the Bainter, Baker, Bush, Chamberlain, Cripe, Harris, Hoover, Miller, Rhodes, Stayer and other related families.

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