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Origin of Ruh

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Origin of Ruh, Meaning of Ruh

Origin: My grandfather came from Kiel Germany on or about 1890. His fathers name was Louis. My father says that the original spelling was spelled Gruhlke but I cannot confirm this . My father has some of the immigration documents to confirm the spelling of the name.
Surnames: Gruhlke, Grulke
Submitted by: Larry Grulke
Origin of Ruh, Meaning of Ruh

Origin: Roeser

German origin means swamp dweller

the name refers to persons who live near a place where reeds or rushes grow.

There was a Albrecht Rorer in 1330 and a Ulrick Rorer 1349 in the Tyrol
Surnames: Rorer, Rorrer, Rehrer, Rohrer, Rohr, Ruhrer, Roehrer, Rorh, Roar, Ruhr
Submitted by: glitz

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