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Johann Adam STRAUB
Maria Barbara DIEHM
Anna Barbara DETSCHLER
DNA testing has united a descendant of our subject's youngest son, Antonius STRAUB a descendant still living in Baden-Wuerttemberg with descendants of our subject's eldest son, Johann Pieter STRAUB, the 1733 immigrant to Philadelphia who became the major progenitor of STRAUB / STROUP in the United States. 
Husband:  Johann / Hans Adam STRAUB 
Birth:  1666, Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Death:  9 Nov 1726, Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Father:  Martin STRAUB
Mother:  Margaretha STOERZBACH 
Marriage-1:  8 Nov 1687, Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Wife-1:  Maria Barbara DIEHM
Father:  Casper DIEHM (1639-1702)
Mother:  Anna Elisabetha BURCK (1644-    )
Marriage-2:  23 Jan 1694, Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Wife-2:  Anna Barbara DETSCHLER
Birth:  17 Apr 1667, Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Death:  5 May 1739, Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Father:  Niclas / Nicholaus DETSCHLER (1632-1674)
Mother:  Anna Catharina MEIER (1648-1682)
Children with Maria Barbara DIEHM:
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Children with Anna Barbara DETSCHLER born in Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg:
1.  Johann / Hans Pieter STRAUB, b. 18 Feb 1695 
2.  Anna Margretha STRAUB, b. 14 Sep 1696
3.  Johann / Hans Christoph STRAUB, b. 12 Sep 1698; d. 7 Nov 1759, Grossgartach
4.  Maria Magdalena STRAUB, b. 11 Sep 1702
5.  Eva Maria STRAUB, b. 1 Dec 1704
6.  Christina Margaretha STRAUB, b. 25 Dec 1706; d. 13 Sep 1776, Grossgartach
7.  Johann / Hans Adam STRAUB, b. 26 Aug 1708; d. 26 Sep 1708, Grossgartach
8.  Antonius STRAUB, b. 14 Apr 1710; d. 28 Jan 1777
9.  Anna Barbara STRAUB, b. 15 Oct 1711; d. 2 Jun 1719, Grossgartach
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; FRG, Germany, DEU, Deutschland, Württemberg, Großgartach

Sources:

1.  Evangelische Kirche Großgartach, Württemberg (OA Heilbronn). -Kirchenbuch, 1563-1886.  Mikrofilme aufgenommen von Manuskripten im Hauptstaatsarchive, Stuttgart [LDS Microfilm #1860406/7/8/9; parish register baptisms, marriages, confirmations, deaths, and family books of Großgartach, Württemberg, Germany].  Not seen by DGM, but cited by next source.

2.  Annette Kunselman Burgert.  1999.  Grossgartach, Wuerttemberg, to Pennsylvania:  Some Early Colonial German Immigrants.  AKB Publications, Myerstown, PA.

3.  Straub / Ohnmacht Familienstammbaum (online at Ancestry.de).

4.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

5.  Email from Debbe A. Hagner, Gwen Boyer Bjorkman.

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