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The Strub family : three generations of the descendants of Johannes and Elisabeth (Löliger) Strub : Rowan, Surry, Stokes, Forsyth Counties, North Carolina, Bartholomew County, Indiana, Edwards County, Illinois, 1719-1884 : related families include: Alberty, Aldridge, Billeter ...

by Lyman William Priest
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Charlottesville, Virginia : L.W. Priest, c1991
vi, 76 p. : facsims.

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Johannes (John) Strub/Strupe, son of Samuel and Margareth Bohnenblust Strub, was born 1719 at Läufelfingen, Basel-Land, Switzerland. He died 1789 near Bethania, Surry Co., N.C. He married (1) probably in 1751 at Rotterdam, Elsbeth Tschudi (d. 1751), daughter of Martin and Elsbeth (Tschudi) Tschudi. She died soon after the arrival in Philadelphia, Pa. in 1751. He married (2) 1752 near Lancaster, Pa., Elisabeth Löliger (1730-1811), daughter of Jacob and Barbara Ruefli Löliger. They were parents of nine children born in Virginia and North Carolina. Descendants live in North Carolina, Indiana, Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Strub/Strupe/... and allied families of Hauser, Philips, Seiler etc.

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