Johannes Rupp was born 1756 in near basel,, switzerland or, baden, Germany, and died date unknown. He married (2) Magdalena Wagler on 1879 in baden, Germany.
Notes for Johannes Rupp: Records of the Rupp name can be found going back over four centuries to an area near Basel, Switzerland. Records of Rupps in the town of Grafenhausen go back to the early 1600's where many lived in Wollach near Basel, Switzerland.
The Rupp's who came into Alsace originated in the area of Sigriswil in the canton of Berne, Switzerland.
The Eicher's who came to the principality of Montbeliard in Alsace originally lived in Schwartzenegg at Diesbach in Canton Berne.
By 1900 many of Johannes' descendents were getting involved in small business adventures. The Brotherhood of Insurance Company was founded by men of the Defenseless Mennonite Church in Archbold, Ohio in 1917. Albert Neuenschwander and Aaron Sauder and Peter Rupp served a president from 1932 and 1966.
In 1958 Brotherhood Insurance Company started a life insurance company called the Mutual Security Life Insurance Company and Maurice Rupp became the second president of this new venture.
Another industry was the Hoosier Milk Condensory started by Amos Neuhauser and in 1935 Erie Sauder started the Sauder Woodworking Company.
Erie Sauder latest enterprise in the Sauder Village Museum in Archbold, Ohio it is like a small version of Greenfield Village that traces the mennonites of Ohio.
More About Johannes Rupp and <Unnamed>: Marriage: Abt. 1800
More About Johannes Rupp and Magdalena Wagler: Marriage: 1879, baden, Germany.
Children of Johannes Rupp are:
+Jacob Rupp, Sr., b. 1801, Orschweier, Baden, Germany, d. 1875, Leo, Allen County, Indiana.
+Magdalena Rupp, b. October 01, 1803, Orcschweier, Baden, Germany, d. June 12, 1898, Fulton County, Ohio.
+Peter Rupp, b. June 11, 1805, Orschweier, Baden, Germany, d. June 16, 1869, Fulton County, Ohio.
Children of Johannes Rupp and Magdalena Wagler are:
+John Rupp, Sr., b. 1781, orschweier, baden, Germany, d. 1841, Fulton County, Ohio.
+Barbara Rupp, b. 1783, Orschweier, Baden, Germany, d. Bet. 1830 - 1835, Alsace, France.