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John STROUP
Elizabeth FLEMING
Husband:  John STROUP
Birth:  31 Jun 1811, MO
Death:  15 Nov 1862, Joachim Twp., Jefferson Co., MO
Disposition:  buried Stroup Cemetery, Jefferson Co., MO
Occupation:  farmer
Father:  Peter STROUP, Sr.
Mother:  Ms. __?__
Marriage:  5 May 1833, Jefferson Co., MO
Wife:  Elizabeth FLEMING
Birth:  21 Jan 1817, MO
Death:  22 Dec 1858, Joachim Twp., Jefferson Co., MO
Disposition:  buried Stroup Cemetery, Jefferson Co., MO
Occupation:  homemaker
Children born in Joachim Twp., Jefferson Co., MO:
1.  Susan STROUP, b. 1834/5 
2.  William STROUP, b. 1837/8
3.  Peter STROUP, b. 21 Aug 1840
4.  Austin STROUP, b. 1844/5
5.  George STROUP, b. 1847/8; d. by 1860
6.  Mary E. STROUP, b. 1852/3 might she be this Mary STROUP?
7.  Clarissa E. "Clara / Laura" STROUP, b. 1854/5
8.  Millard STROUP, b. 1857/8
Others in Household:
Andrew STROUP, b. 1831/2, MO

Andrew may be John's son from a prior marriage or he may be a nephew.

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Sources:

1a.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
John STROUP
Spouse: Elizabeth FLEMING
Marriage: 05 May 1833, Jefferson, Missouri
Source: Marriage Records, 1825-1951. Jefferson County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds

1b.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1995.  Marriage Index: AR, CA, IA, LA, MN, MO, OR, TX, 1728-1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-227):
Stroup, John Flemming, Elizabeth 5 May 1833 Jefferson Co.

2.  1840 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #1 of 8 indexed as "John Krouph, Sr."; numerical data pages precede the name pages; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1840 MO Jefferson Co. Joachim Twp. Roll 224, pp. 105A-106B Ln. 5 John Strouph, Jnr 100 010 - 100 010 0300000 no slaves
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 4 or under 1835-1840 = William (b. 1837/8)
1 male 20-29 1810-1820 = John (b. 1810/11)
1 female 4 or under 1835-1840 = Susan (b. 1834/5)
1 female 20-29 1810-1820 = Elizabeth (b. 1816/7)
3 persons employed in agriculture
The enumerator obviously did not know how to properly use the "occupation" field only John is an adult male farmer here.  Listed two lines above John's father, Peter STROUP, who was also enumerated "Strouph," but he was mis-indexed as "Joeph."  Also, listed one line below William OGLES, who is three lines below Jane OGLES.

3.  1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #141 of 153):  District No. 42 [Joachim Twp.], Jefferson Co., MO, p. 477A, 1058/1058, enumerated 30 Oct 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
John Stroup 39 M   Farmer 1000 Mo
Elizabeth " 33 F       Mo
Susan     " 15 F       Mo
William   " 12 M       Mo
Peter     " 10 M       Mo
Austin    "  5 M       Mo
George    "  2 M       Mo
Hercules Ogle 20 M   Laborer   Mo
Andrew Stroup 18 M   do   Mo
Andrew's being listed last is supposed to indicate that he is not John's son, which is supported by the fact that he is not in John's household in the 1840 census.  The fact that Andrew was born before Elizabeth & John were married only suggests that John had a prior wife because John is old enough to have had a prior wife.  But it is also possible that, as an eight-year-old, Andrew did not like living with his step-mother, so may have been living with his grandparents or other kin.  Bottom line:  it's going to be tough proving who Andrew's parents were without evidence other than the census.

4.  1860 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #16 of 28):  Hematite P.O., Joachim Twp., Jefferson Co., MO, Roll 626 (Book 1), p. 710, PN 160, 1213/1203, enumerated 24 Aug 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
John Stroup 49 M   farmer 10,000 4700 Mo
Susan 24 F         "
Peter 20 M   farm hand     "
Austin 15 M   "     "
Mary E  7 F         "
Clerissa E  5 F         "
Millard  2 M         "
Stephen Morley 35 M   laborer    200 France

5.  1870 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #2 of 48):  Hillsboro P.O., Joachim Twp., Jefferson Co., MO, Roll 783 (Book 1), p. 245B, PN 2, 10/10, enumerated 13 Jun 1870, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Stroup Austin 24 M W Farmer 7500 1610 Missouri
______ Susan 30 F W Keeps house     "
______ Millard 14 M W at home     "
______ Laura 14 F W at home     "
I'm assuming "Laura" is Clara, that is, Clarissa from 1870.  Susan and Peter are married, so that accounts for all the children, except Mary.  Listed next to their uncle, Peter STROUP, Jr

6.  Stroup Family Cemetery [S5.T40N.R5E] (online at the Jefferson County, Missouri, Historical Society web site; contributed by Jean O'Brien, Helen Magre, and Frank Magre):
Last Name First Name Birth Death Cemetery Notes
Stroup John none given Nov 15 1862 Stroup Aged 51 yrs 4 mo 15 days
Stroup Elizabeth none given Dec 22 1858 Stroup Wife of John Stroup; Aged 41 yrs 11 mo 1 day

7.  Birthdate calculated using Ben Buckner's Birthdate Calculator.
Name Deathdate Age at Death Result
John Stroup 15 Nov 1862 15d 04m 51y 31 Jun 1811
Elizabeth Stroup 22 Dec 1858 01d 11m 41y 21 Jan 1817

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