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Johann Kristoph STRAUB
Anna Elisabetha KETTEMANN
Husband:  Johann/Hans Kristoph / Kristopf STRAUB 
Birth:  14 Oct 1663, Grossgartach, Wuerttemberg
Father:  Martin STRAUB
Mother:  Margaretha STOERZBACH 
Marriage:  5 Feb 1684, Grossgartach, Wuerttemberg
Wife:  Anna Elisabetha KETTEMANN
Father:  Jorg / Georg KETTEMANN
Mother:  Margaretha __?__
Children:
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Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; FRG, Germany, 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.  Messages posted to the Straub Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

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

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