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Timeline Tables of Surnames STRAUB, TRAUB, STRAUBE, STROOP, and STRUB
including Variations, such as STROUP, TROUP, STROPE, STROPES, STRUP, etc.
Families Occurring Only Once in the 1790-1870 Censuses of New York City
My practice has been to create a table for each state of the union organizing the census households as "timelines."  Not only is the New York City census too large to include as part of the statewide table, during the compilation of these NYC timelines, I came to the realization that most families appeared in NYC only once.  It seems that the majority of families were immigrants who were not settling in NYC, but just passing through.  They simply happened to be in NYC during the census year, with the implication that for the years between the censuses, there were many others who passed through NYC for whom we have no record in the census.  With most householders appearing only once in the NYC censuses, timelines becomes pointless and the Census Record Tables alone suffice.

Beginning in 1870, the Federal Census, nationwide, was organized by "Enumeration Districts," at which point the New York City census ceased to be enumerated by Wards.  I have used that census year as the cut off year, that is, the last one where I will list "singletons" (families occurring only once) in this timeline table.

There are, however, a few families who did settle in NYC long enough to appear there in two or more censuses.  Those families are included among the others on the statewide timeline page:

Timeline Tables of STRAUB, Etc., in the 1790-1930 Censuses of the State of New York

Timelines: NY NYC 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 STRAUB/etc. Hub
 

Wd 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870
2             Conrad STROPP
[æ 20, b. Germany]
   
3               Herman STRAUB 103  
4               M. STRAUB 622  
5             Anthony STROUB
[æ 32, b. Germany]
   
                Joseph STRAUB
7               Catharine STRAUB 151  
8             Gustin STROOP
[æ 34, b. Germany]
   
              Mary STRAUP 207  
              Margaret STROUB 700  
              Janet STROUB 769  
              Thomas J. STROUB 792  
              Joseph STRAUB 868  
                Gottlieb STRAUB
9             Widow Meta
(__?__) STROP
   
            George STROP
[æ 35, b. Germany]
   
              C. STRAUB 393  
10       G. STRUPE          
              Mary STRAUB 283  
                Gust STRAUB
                Henry STRAUB
                Frederick STRAUB
                John L. STROUB
11               Margaretha STRAUB 171  
                Jacob STRAUP
                Frederick STRAUB
                John STRAUB
12               Jacob STRAUBE
& Catharine __?__
 
13             Eleanor STROUBE
[æ 42, b. Germany]
   
            Widow Julia A.
(__?__) STROUBE
   
            Henry STROUBE
[æ 24, b. Germany]
   
            Jacob STROB
[æ 19, b. Germany]
   
              Catharine STROP 282  
                Jane STRAUBE
14           Wilhelm STRAUP      
              Antoine STRAUB
& Christiana __?__
 
              Antoine STRAUB
& Alice H. __?__
 
                Joseph STRAUB
                Conrad STRAUB
15             H.A. STRUBE
& Hester __?__
   
            Henry STROBE
& Margaret __?__
   
            John STROBE
[æ 25, b. NY]
   
              Anthony STRAUB
& Mary __?__
 
16           wid/o Joh. Baptist > Widow Genovefa/Gonophays
(HERR) STRUB/STROUP
   
          s/o Joh. Baptist > Jos. Anselm STRUB/STROUP
& Theresa __?__
> to Johnson Co IA  
              John STRABB 273  
Wd 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870
17   b. 1809/10
Germany
Barney STRAUB
& Margaret __?__
   
    b. 1815/6
Germany
John STRAUB
& Mary __?__
   
            Widow Barbara
(_?_) STRAUBEN
   
            Mary STRUBE
[æ 31, b. Germany]
   
            Anore STRAUB
[æ 38, b. Germany
   
            Christiana STRAUB
[æ 48, b. Germany]
   
          s/o ? >
fr Germany in 1846 >
Johann Friederich STRAUB &
Christine Jakobine BECHTEL
> to Middlesex Co NJ  
              William STRAUBE 295  
              Harriett STRAUB 582  
              Augustus STRAUB 731  
              Christiana STRUP 871  
                Karl STRAUB
                John STRAUB
                Ann STRAUB
                Joseph STROUB
                Richard STRAUB
                Anthony STRAUB
                Robert STRAUB
                Eugene STRAUB
                Nicholas STRAUB
                John STRAUB
                Franz STRAUB
                Alex STRAUB
                Charles STRAUB
                Friedrich STRAUB
                Leopold STRAUB
                Ferdinand STRAUB
                Bernard STRAUB
                Engelbert STRAUB
                Franziska STRAUB
18               Emily STRABB 848  
              Henry STRAUB 947  
              Joseph STRAUP 872  
                Antony STRAUB
                Ferdinand STRAUB
19             Widow Mary
(__?__) STROUB
   
            Michael STROUB
[æ 19, b. Germany]
   
                Adam STRAUBE
                Elisabeth STRAUB
                John L. STROUB
20                 John STRAUB
                Rudolph STRAUB
21               Louisa STRAUB 183  
                Rebecca STROUB
22               William STRAUB 541  
              Jacob STRAUB
& Barbara __?__
 
              John STRAUB 731  
              Mary STRAUB 732  
              Jacob STRAUB 832  
                Felix STRAUP
Wd 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870


Timelines: NY NYC 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 STRAUB/etc. Hub
 
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