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Martin STRAUB
Margaretha STOERZBACH
NOTICE:  a descendant of our subject, through is grandson, Antonius, is participating in the STRAUB Y-chromosome DNA Surname Project.  This descendant is a tight genetic match with descendants of Antonius's brother, Johann Pieter STRAUB (1695-1760s), the 1733 immigrant to Philadelphia.  Johann Pieter (a.k.a., Peter STROUP) is the second earliest known STRAUB immigrant to the United States the earliest known immigrant was Johannes STRAUB (a.k.a., John STROPE) to New York in 1710, whom DNA test results show is not related but Peter is the one who has, by far, the most known descendants of any STRAUB immigrant to the U.S.  We are very much interested in knowing whether Peter (and his sons, Jacob and Peter) are the only members of Martin's extended family to emigrate to the U.S.  If you are working on STRAUB genealogy in Germany and find evidence that any of your family members emigrated, please let us know and please consider having a male of the family DNA tested.
Husband:  Martin STRAUB
Birth:  Oct 1616, Gemmingen, Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Death:  17 Mar 1675/6, Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Y-DNA Haplogroup:  I1-AS5
Marriage:  18 May 1646, Grossgartach, Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Wife:  Margaretha STOERZBACH
Birth:  12 Oct 1623 [24 Oct 1619?], Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Death:  1669, Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg
Father:  (Hans) Frantz STOERZBACH (1587-1627)
Mother:  Margaretha KRIEGER (1586-1623)
Children born in Grossgartach [now Leingarten], Heilbronn, Wuerttemberg:
  1.  Hans Jacob STRAUB, b. 17 May 1647; d. 30 Jul 1663, Grossgartach
  2.  Johann Conrad STRAUB, b. 29 Apr 1648
  3.  Johann Georg STRAUB, b. 5 May 1649
  4.  Hans Martin STRAUB, b. 14 Nov 1651; d. bef. 19 Nov 1660
  5.  Hans Pieter STRAUB, b. 29 Apr 1654
  6.  Johann / Hans Jacob STRAUB, b. 6 Aug 1656
  7.  Maria Barbara STRAUB, b. 19 Mar 1658/9
  8.  Hans Martin STRAUB, b. 19 Nov 1660
  9.  Anna Margretha STRAUB, b. 7 Dec 1661; d. 22 Jul 1663, Grossgartach
10.  Johann / Hans Christoph / Kristoph STRAUB, b. 14 Oct 1663 
11.  Johann / Hans Adam STRAUB, b. 1666 

Surely the first Hans Jacob died before the birth of the second one.

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 the 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.  Emails from Debbe A. Hagner, Gwen Boyer Bjorkman.

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