In my family tree, I have 6 with the surname of BOCKUS, 6 with the surname of KRANS, 26 with the surname of NEER / NEHER, 1 of ROOSA, and 3 of ROSENBERGER. Most were born in the town, and quite a few died there. The BOCKUS, KRANS, NEER and ROSENBERGER lines migrated to Missisquoi Co., Quebec, Canada (the Eastern Townships area, north of Vermont).
So, I am a bit proud that my ancestors had good taste in where they chose to live, and if they could only see their town tonight! A report of the full names is below.
Sources used for my Rhinebeck families:
Frashuer, Mary Near, Our Canadian Nears and Early Kin Descendants of Carl Naeher, Palatine Immigrant to Colonial America, 1710, (Akron, Ohio : MFC Print. & Pub. Co., 1973). (FHL, SLC)
Jones, Henry Z., Jr., The Palatine Families of New York (A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710), Vol. 2, (Universal City, CA: 1985).
Kelly, Arthur C. M., Baptismal Record of St. Peter's Lutheran Church (known as Stone Church), Rhinebeck, NY (1733-1899), (1968).
* From Wikipedia.