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Johannes STRUB
Anna Catharina MUNIER
Is this couple the same as this couple?
Husband:  Johannes STRUB
Baptism:  4 Jan 1739, Läufelfingen, Amt Homburg, BA
Death:  by 1806, Mecklenburg Co., NC
Father:  Hans STRUB
Mother:  Anna Margarethe GRIEDER
Marriage:  30 Jul 1770, Läufelfingen, Amt Homburg, BA
Migration:  1772, Switzerland to America
Wife:  Anna Catharina MINIER / MUNIER
Birth:  ca. 1743, of Läufelfingen, Amt Homburg, BA
Children:
1.  Hans Jacob STRUB, bap. 3 Nov 1771, Läufelfingen, Amt Homburg, BA
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; Switzerland, BA = Canton Basel, Laufelfingen; USA, US, United States, North Carolina

Sources:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
Johann STRUB
Christening: 04 Jan 1739, Laufelfingen, Basel, Switzerland
Father: Hans STRUB; Mother: Anna Margarethe GRIEDER
Marriage: 30 Jul 1770, Laufelfingen, Basel, Switzerland
Spouse: Anna Catharina MUNIER
Source: patron submission
Hans Jakob STRUB
Christening: 29 Oct 1771, Laufelfingen, Basel, Switzerland;
Father: Johann STRUB; Mother: Anna Catharina MUNIER
Marriage: 04 Oct 1796
Spouse: Elisabeth HUNZIKER

2.  Albert Bernhardt Faust & Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh.  1925.  Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies, from the State Archives of Bern and Basel, Switzerland.  National Genealogical Society, Washington, DC (online at Genealogy.com).  From Part V, Staatsarhive of Basel-Stadt [State Archives of Basel]; GAV=Gerichts-Archiv V [Court-Archives V]; KB=Kirchenbücher [parish register]; MP=Manumissionsprotokoll [manumission register].
p. 185
1772
I.  Emigrants recorded in MP
MP records the names of the heads of the emigrating parties followed by the nubmer of the members of which each party cosists in figures, the first denoting men, the second women and the third children.  A few times also the father's name is added and usually 'unmarried' in case of the single persons.  Besides, the tax and manumission dues paid, or the release from their payment, are recorded as in 1771.  The amount of the proper ty on which the tax was levied and all other items have been taken from other sources...
p. 189
AMT HOMBURG...
Läufelfingen
Johannes Strub, small grocer.  1.1.1
   Pays: Manumission ........................... 20.--
         Ten percent tax [on lb. 115.--]........ 11.-- 31.--
                                                 ___________
Anna Catharina Minier, KB Munier, his wife.
   1. Hans Jacob, their child, bapt.......Nov. 3, 1771
   Was induced to emigrate by a letter from a cousin of his wife in Maryland received some weeks ago in which the latter offered his assistance to relatives who felt like undertaking the journey.  In 1806 a letter from Mecklenburg Co. [N.C.?] announced his death (GAV 21, 376).
The fact that the letter was dated 1806 doesn't necessarily mean Johannes died in 1806; the letter may have been written years later and for a reason other then simply announcing Johannes's death.  I wish the author had been less cryptic.  There is also a Mecklenburg County in Virginia, but apparently the writer had some reason to believe it was the one in North Carolina. 

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