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Rev. Henry Edward RUBLE
Phoebe Ann HUNTER
Husband:  Henry Edward RUBLE / RUBEL
Birth:  6 Jun 1797, Washington Co., TN
Death:  2 Dec 1868, Washington Co., TN
Occupation:  clergy
Father:  John E. RUBEL
Mother:  Martha __?__
Marriage:  31 Jul 1825, Washington Co., TN
Wife:  Phoebe Ann HUNTER
Birth:  8 Dec 1796, Cherokee Ck., Washington Co., TN
Death:  9 Aug 1876
Father:  Jacob HUNTER
Mother:  Ann CLARK
1.  Elvira RUBLE, b. 10 Apr 1826; d. 23 Dec 1843; m. 6 Jul 1842, Washington Co., TN, Samuel D. MOONEY
2.  Henry Hunter RUBLE, b. 23 Jun 1828; d. 9 Jun 1890; m. 14 Sep 1849, Washington Co., TN, Elizabeth Jane WEST
3.  Martha Melvina RUBLE, b. 15 Nov 1830/32/33; d. 19 May 1915; m. 6 May 1852, Washington Co., TN, Daniel Isaac MOORE
4.  Jesse Daniel RUBLE, b. 5 Jun 1833; d.s.p. 17 Aug 1833
5.  David RUBLE, b. 12 Aug 1834; d.s.p. 24 Dec 1843
6.  Mary Ann RUBLE, b. 24 Feb 1835/6/7; d. 21 Dec 1910, Cottage Grove, OR; m. 24 Dec 1859, Washington Co., TN, William Valentine DeWALD

One secondary source at WorldConnect gives a son, Thompson RUBLE, b. 1834.  If so, it is either an alternate name for David or he had to have been David's twin.  This same source also gives them a daughter, Elizabeth J. RUBLE, b. 1841; however, as no 9-yr-old daughter shows up in the 1850 census, she could not be their daughter.  This same source also gives them a son, Thomas (no birth date given).  Without further support, it seems unwise to accept these three as our subjects' children.


1a.  Byron Sistler & Barbara Sistler.  1987.  Early East Tennessee Marriages, Vol. 1, Grooms.  Byron Sistler & Assoc., Inc., Nashville, TN.  On p. 317:
Ruble, Henry E. to Phoebe Hunter 7-31-1825 [Wa]
Ruble, Henry Hunter to Elizabeth Jane West 9-14-1849 [Wa]

1b.  Byron Sistler & Barbara Sistler.  1987.  Early East Tennessee Marriages, Vol. 2, Brides.  Byron Sistler & Assoc., Inc., Nashville, TN.  On p. 317:
Ruble, Martha M. to Isaac Moore 5-4-1852 (5-6-1852) [Wa]
Ruble, E. to S.D. Mooney 6-27-1842 (7-6-1842) [Wa]
Ruble, Mary to William Dewald 12-24-1859 [Wa]

2.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1830 (Broderbund CD-315):
1830 Census Ruble, Henry E. TN Washington Co. p. 26
1832 Ruble, Henry E. TN Washington Co.  
Also in Washington Co.:  Henry's father, John E. RUBLE, and brother, John [W.] RUBLE; plus Duke, John S., Henry, Margaret, and Martha RUBLE. 

3.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1840 (Broderbund CD-316):  for the state of Tennessee, surnames from the mid-H's through Z are missing from this CD (see my WARNINGs regarding the Broderbund databases).  [Also missing from the database at Ancestry.com.] 

4.  1850 Census Index/Microfilm (online at GenealogyLibrary.com):  4th Subdivision, Washington Co., TN, p. 211B, enumerated 19 Nov 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1518/1530 Henry E Ruble 53 M Farmer 1500 Ten
  Phebe    " 53 F     "
  Martha   " 17 F     "
Mary A   do 14 F     "
/1531 Henry H  do 22 M   "   "
  Elizabeth J do 21 F     "

5.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1860 (Broderbund CD-318):  no Washington Co., TN, on CD.

6.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1870 (Broderbund CD-319):  no Tennessee records on CD.

7.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: Ancestral File.

8.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

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