Riehle.net connects you with the broader Riehle family, providing  Riehle related stories, personal glimpses and photographs while  facilitating your genealogical research and providing a forum for you to share your stories and findings.

Our site has been online since before the turn of the century but we recently implemented new formats for existing content and are compiling new content, including a greater focus on individual Riehle Family Segments. These Family Segments generally include the related Immigrant Ancestors and family trees we or others maintain for these immigrants, their Old World ancestors, and their descendants.  We are also establishing better options for your participation, encouraging you and our guests to provide comments, participate in genetic research and otherwise contribute to the site.

So please explore the site and feel free to leave comments or otherwise participate. We have had significant participation from near and distant cousins, providing contributions concerning their Immigrant Ancestors and ancestral lines and we welcome more. Our goal is to continue to identify as many Immigrant Ancestors as possible and to have contacts within each family grouping and each Riehle family community.

Please leave comments or questions below to find out more or to share your thoughts. Also, please share the site among your Riehle family community via social media.

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Looking for Someone?
While we can’t capture information about all our Riehle ancestors we do have many identified. If you have someone you are looking for and don’t readily see them in the menus, try doing a search using the individual’s name (see right side of page). If you still don’t find who you are looking for, please leave a note below with the name and any other information you might be able to provide and we will see if we can help.

Have We Missed Someone?
If you have information on a Riehle Immigrant Ancestor or other noteworthy Riehle family member that we’ve missed, we’d like to hear about that also.

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Franz Altenwerth
February 10, 2020 10:31 am


ken berger
ken berger
May 27, 2019 12:16 pm

my family is from here way back to the 1700’s–berger