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    1. [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #413960, desc/o William STROUP of Jefferson Co NY
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, We have a new member, Kit #413960, nephew of Kit #345432, both descendants of William STROUP of Jefferson Co., NY, McHenry Co., IL, and Goodhue Co., MN: http://dgmweb.net/FGS/Stro/StroupWilliam-MaryAdeliaBedford.html The are a tight Y-DNA STR match with a descendant of Johannes STRAUB, 1710 immigrant to New York. http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Straub/StraubDNA-results-HgI2.html#Deme1 Although the paper connection has yet to be made, it's a near certainty that William STROUP descends from the 1710 immigrant, Johannes STRAUB. Diana

    05/16/2016 12:39:55
    1. [STRAUB-DNA] mailing list
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello John, You received this message because you are a subscriber to the STRAUB-DNA mailing list. Everyone on the list got the message -- and your response and, now, this reply. You weren't being singled out. Anytime you see [STRAUB-DNA] at the beginning of the Subject of a message, you know it's a message from the mailing list. Diana > From: John Berry [mailto:sciberry@gmail.com] > Sent: Sunday, May 15, 2016 5:19 PM > To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; straub-dna@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member Kit #472442, > Hg R1b-M269, another desc/o Christian STRAUB of Bavaria > NYC > > Hi Diana: > > Did you mean to send this to me... John Berry? I just want to be sure, Thanks. > > John Berry (my paternal grandmother was a Pa. Stroup)

    05/15/2016 04:41:26
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member Kit #472442, Hg R1b-M269, another desc/o Christian STRAUB of Bavaria > NYC
    2. John Berry via
    3. Hi Diana: Did you mean to send this to me... John Berry? I just want to be sure, Thanks. John Berry (my paternal grandmother was a Pa. Stroup) On Sun, May 15, 2016 at 5:08 PM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via < straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Hello John, > > Yes, his kit (#472442) is one of the five kits I need to announce, so I > guess we can consider this the announcement. You both descend from > Christian STRAUB (1820-1883), immigrant to New York City from Bavaria. > And, indeed, he is a 12/12 match with you, though neither of you yet > matches anyone else. > > I decided to stop wondering if everyone is showing up in the results, so I > checked the membership roster against the results page, kit#-by-kit#: > > https://www.familytreedna.com/public/straub?iframe=yresults > > and everyone is showing up. > > I also updated the subgroup names to reflect the current haplogroup > designations. These will continue to change as more people take the BigY. > I still need to update the project pages at my web site, which is a bigger > job. I've really "broken" the R1b page, so you'll find it confusing at the > moment. > > Diana > > > > > From: John Straub [mailto:johnstraub@gmail.com] > > Sent: Sunday, May 15, 2016 2:38 PM > > To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; straub-dna@rootsweb.com > > Subject: Re: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #B86164, desc/o Friedrich Wilhelm > STRAUB, emigrant from Hesse to St. Louis, MO > > > > Hi Diana, > > > > My father joined the project (kit 472442) It is only a DNA12, > > but at least matches me. Please let me know if you do not see him. > > > > Thank you, > > John > > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname > STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please > post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    05/15/2016 11:18:38
    1. [STRAUB-DNA] New Member Kit #472442, Hg R1b-M269, another desc/o Christian STRAUB of Bavaria > NYC
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello John, Yes, his kit (#472442) is one of the five kits I need to announce, so I guess we can consider this the announcement. You both descend from Christian STRAUB (1820-1883), immigrant to New York City from Bavaria. And, indeed, he is a 12/12 match with you, though neither of you yet matches anyone else. I decided to stop wondering if everyone is showing up in the results, so I checked the membership roster against the results page, kit#-by-kit#: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/straub?iframe=yresults and everyone is showing up. I also updated the subgroup names to reflect the current haplogroup designations. These will continue to change as more people take the BigY. I still need to update the project pages at my web site, which is a bigger job. I've really "broken" the R1b page, so you'll find it confusing at the moment. Diana > From: John Straub [mailto:johnstraub@gmail.com] > Sent: Sunday, May 15, 2016 2:38 PM > To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; straub-dna@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #B86164, desc/o Friedrich Wilhelm STRAUB, emigrant from Hesse to St. Louis, MO > > Hi Diana, > > My father joined the project (kit 472442) It is only a DNA12, > but at least matches me. Please let me know if you do not see him. > > Thank you, > John

    05/15/2016 11:08:44
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #B86164, desc/o Friedrich Wilhelm STRAUB, emigrant from Hesse to St. Louis, MO
    2. John Straub via
    3. Hi Diana, My father joined the project (kit 472442) It is only a DNA12, but at least matches me. Please let me know if you do not see him. Thank you, John <https://www.avast.com/sig-email?utm_medium=email&utm_source=link&utm_campaign=sig-email&utm_content=webmail&utm_term=icon> Virus-free. www.avast.com <https://www.avast.com/sig-email?utm_medium=email&utm_source=link&utm_campaign=sig-email&utm_content=webmail&utm_term=link> <#DDB4FAA8-2DD7-40BB-A1B8-4E2AA1F9FDF2> On Sun, May 15, 2016 at 8:25 AM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via < straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > New Member #B86164 is a descendant of Friedrich Wilhelm STRAUB > (1790-1849), of > Burkhards, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, who immigrated to St. Louis, MO - via > New > Orleans, LA - in 1839: > > http://dgmweb.net/FGS/Stra/StraubFriedrichWilhelm-AnnaMargaretheLuft.html > > He is a surprising match with Theobald/Dewald STRAUB/STRAUP of Carbon Co., > PA, > and Peter STRAUB/STROUP of Perry Co., PA: > > http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Straub/StraubDNA-results-HgI2.html#L38 > > Their STR match is very tight suggesting they are closely related - > possibly > siblings, first cousins, etc. > > Between them, they have been SNP tested only to the point of proving they > are > Haplogroup I, but based on their STR haplotypes, they appear to be > Haplogroup > I2-L38, a comparatively uncommon and interesting subclade with it's own > Y-DNA > Project: > > https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/i-2b-2/about/background > > and a very interesting web site dedicated to it: > > https://sites.google.com/site/haplogroupil38/introduction > > I strongly recommend that at least one of these three be BigY tested to 1) > prove > they are L38+ and 2) to determine how far downstream of L38 they may be. I > suspect they are far downstream of L38 because, while closer to the L38 > modal > than any other modal haplogroup, they are still some distance from it. > > This was an unexpected match and a boost for the two PA descendants > because now > they have "crossed the pond" and know where to look for their ancestry in > Germany! > > Diana > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname > STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please > post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    05/15/2016 05:38:25
    1. [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #B86164, desc/o Friedrich Wilhelm STRAUB, emigrant from Hesse to St. Louis, MO
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. New Member #B86164 is a descendant of Friedrich Wilhelm STRAUB (1790-1849), of Burkhards, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, who immigrated to St. Louis, MO - via New Orleans, LA - in 1839: http://dgmweb.net/FGS/Stra/StraubFriedrichWilhelm-AnnaMargaretheLuft.html He is a surprising match with Theobald/Dewald STRAUB/STRAUP of Carbon Co., PA, and Peter STRAUB/STROUP of Perry Co., PA: http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Straub/StraubDNA-results-HgI2.html#L38 Their STR match is very tight suggesting they are closely related - possibly siblings, first cousins, etc. Between them, they have been SNP tested only to the point of proving they are Haplogroup I, but based on their STR haplotypes, they appear to be Haplogroup I2-L38, a comparatively uncommon and interesting subclade with it's own Y-DNA Project: https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/i-2b-2/about/background and a very interesting web site dedicated to it: https://sites.google.com/site/haplogroupil38/introduction I strongly recommend that at least one of these three be BigY tested to 1) prove they are L38+ and 2) to determine how far downstream of L38 they may be. I suspect they are far downstream of L38 because, while closer to the L38 modal than any other modal haplogroup, they are still some distance from it. This was an unexpected match and a boost for the two PA descendants because now they have "crossed the pond" and know where to look for their ancestry in Germany! Diana

    05/15/2016 05:25:46
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #413463 is #413363; display of test results
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Uhh, make that Kit #413363, not 413463. I'm looking at the date on the message, below, and I can't believe it's been ten months since I last announced a new member. We have, in fact, had five new members join the project since then. One hitch has been that the FTDNA BigY test and other "advanced" SNP tests have so changed the Y-DNA haplotree that I need to entirely re-do the haplogroup designations and organization on the project web pages. Because I have to do this for ten projects, it's just short of overwhelming. So please bear with me as I get this done. However, I'm not going to let this re-organization stand in the way of making new member announcements any longer. I am attempting to get up-to-date on the announcements before the weekend is out. These will not necessarily arrive in the order they joined. And just a reminder to please check the project results page to confirm that your results appear there: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/straub?iframe=yresults When FTDNA last updated the web site, they made the default for display of results, NO, instead of the YES it used to be. If you don't see your results, please see the instructions in this message for changing it: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/STRAUB-DNA/2016-02/1454770661 Diana > -----Original Message----- > From: straub-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:straub-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com] > On Behalf Of Diana Gale Matthiesen via > Sent: Sunday, July 05, 2015 6:59 PM > To: STRAUB-DNA@rootsweb.com > Subject: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #413463, desc/o Michael STROUP of Alsace, MD, > OH, IN > > Hello List, > > We have a new member, #413463, a STROOP whose earliest ancestor is Michael > STROUP of Alsace, who immigrated to Maryland, then migrated to Ohio, and > lastly, > to Indiana: <snip>

    05/15/2016 05:01:07
    1. [STRAUB-DNA] display of results at STRAUB project
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Just a heads up... When FTDNA revamped their web site interface, they made data NOT showing on the project results page the default. If you want your data to show up here: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/straub?iframe=yresults and you don't see it there, now, then you need to change one of the Privacy settings on your FTDNA account. Login to your account at FTDNA, then, on the left under "Your Account," click the "Manage Personal Information" link. Then click the "Privacy and Sharing" tab on the far right. Under "My DNA Results," make certain the answer to this question, "Who can view my DNA results in group project?" is "Anyone." If it says, "Project Members," then your results will not show up on the above Results page, which you want them to do. Displaying results on the above linked page used to be the default, so all you are doing is putting things back the way they were before. Diana STRAUB Y-DNA Surname Project Admin

    02/06/2016 02:57:41
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] BigY results comparison for I1-L592 STRAUBs
    2. Dan Stropes via
    3. Hi Diana, Before taking this test I went to the Frequently Asked Questions section. It advised checking with the Y-DNA haplogroup project administrator before taking the test. I assume that person is you. My question is, based on my tests taken to date and results, would I benefit from taking this Big-Y DNA test? Based on my research the cost is $298, however I think I have a coupon that would save $75 off that cost. These tests get a bit expensive for retirees. I will proceed, or not, based on your advice. However, let me be clear, I realize deciding to take the test or not is my decision and mine alone....meaning I won't hold you responsible if any problems come up. Thanks, Dan Stropes On Sat, Jan 30, 2016 at 10:23 PM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via < straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Hello List, > > I've just finished what amounts to the first draft of a page comparing the > BigY > results for two members of the Haplogroup I1-L592 STRAUB family. Please > see > this page at my web site: > http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Straub/StraubDNA-BigY-YFull-L592.html > > The bottom line is that in terms of finding SNPs and STRs to define > different > branches of the family, the BigY test results have them. Please consider > taking > the BigY. > > It's past my bed time, and I'm burned out, so that's all the discussion for > tonight. > > Diana > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname > STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please > post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    01/31/2016 03:44:48
    1. [STRAUB-DNA] BigY results comparison for I1-L592 STRAUBs
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, I've just finished what amounts to the first draft of a page comparing the BigY results for two members of the Haplogroup I1-L592 STRAUB family. Please see this page at my web site: http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Straub/StraubDNA-BigY-YFull-L592.html The bottom line is that in terms of finding SNPs and STRs to define different branches of the family, the BigY test results have them. Please consider taking the BigY. It's past my bed time, and I'm burned out, so that's all the discussion for tonight. Diana

    01/30/2016 03:23:09
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] The Irish Stroup??
    2. Glenn Stroup via
    3. Sid - a few minutes free - my wife is safely in bed and a littler better every day after her operation, so let me give you a few details. The Hank Stroup (born 1943) that took the DNA test is the son of Henry Stroup (born about 1921 in Pilot Point, TX). Henry's father was Williams Charles Stroup (known as Charles or Charley) who moved to TX from Abingdon VA where he was born in 1873. William Charles was the son of Samuel Patton Stroup born 27 Mar 1829. Samuel was born in Abingdon and moved to Piney Flats TN in the 1880s. Samuel Patton, in turn was the son of Peter Stroup, born 1793/4 in what is now Wytheville, VA. Peter was one of 4 sons of John Peter Stroup, 18 Aprl 1760-30Jun 1857. Peter moved from Wytheville to Abingdon in the 1820s where he married Elizabeth Kelso. Another of John Peter's sons (Jacob) also moved south to East TN. DNA tests (as you can read on Diana's web site) show that Jacob was NOT John Peter's natural son, but was actually a Neuhaus (Newhouse) - that family had property adjacent to John Peter's. The other two sons stayed in the Wytheville area - I have had one descendant of son John tested and he definitely descended from Johann Pieter. Now - it is believed that John Peter is the son of Mathuses Andreas Straub, the son of Johann Pieter, Church records show that he had a son John Peter, born at the right time, but also show a marriage of John Peter to a different wife and staying in PA. My John Peter definitely came from PA to Wytheville and married Maria Madelena Wenrich (Vennerick) there. AND his sons (at least two) have the right DNA. Problem is that we have no definite proof that the son of Matteus is the same John Peter. More later when I get some time. As I said - be glad to give you guys access to my Ancestry private tree - just tell me how to list you for access - email or Ancestry nickname. Thanks, Glenn At 09:11 AM 1/5/2016, you wrote: >Glenn: I got ur note, via Mike Stroupe. I >can’t find William Charles or Samuel Patton in >our extensive Stroup Family Tree. I’d like to >somehow insert your line. Can you provide the >lineage starting with Johann Pieter Straub, >father of Jacob? I realize that Jacob is a >brother to someone, but where is the missing >link? (we can hold a slot in the tree for the >missing). Like: Johann Pieter Straub, father >immigrant of 1733 ???? ???? John Peter Stroup, >married to Maria Magdelena Wenrich Samuel Patton >Stroup, born 1794, Wytheville VA William Charles >Stroup, born xxxx Hank Stroup, born xxxx THANK >YOU Sid Stroupe Durham NC > On Jan 4, 2016, at >12:50 PM, Sid Stroupe <gwalss@nc.rr.com> >wrote: > > Hi Diana … just wondering … is is the >“Hank” Stroup referred to below a paper >descendant of Jacob Stroup -> Daniel Stroup, >lincoln County, NC? > thanks > Sid Stroupe > > >P.S. Happy New Year. > > > >> On May 3, 2015, >at 12:01 PM, Glenn Stroup via ><straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: >> >> Hi, Diana >- well, I assume you got the YDNA results from >Hank Stroup. >> I just signed in with his kit >number and password. It's obvious >> Samuel >Patton passed on the Straub YDNA. So - my quest >continues for the NPE. >> >> Looks like I'll >have to spend some time in the Abingdon VA >courthouse >> to see if I can find an adoption >in 1866. Maybe Samuel Patton came >> back >wounded from the Civil War (true) and needed a >son to help farm >> - all girls up to that >point. The next son was not until 1873 when >> >William Charles Stroup (Hank's ancestor) was >born. >> >> Or - Rachel thought Samuel wasn't >coming back (he served four years >> 1861-65) >and found her a man. Or - one of Samuel's >sisters had a boy >> from some Irishman. Anyway, >I'll look for Daughertys in Abingdon in >1965/66. >> >> One step at a time, right? >> >> >Thanks, >> >> Glenn >> >> >> >> >------------------------------- >> The topic of >the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard >to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages >relating only to genealogy, please post to the >STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. >> >------------------------------- >> To >unsubscribe from the list, please send an email >to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word >'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject >and the body of the message > >------------------------------- The topic of the >STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to >surname STRAUB and variations. For messages >relating only to genealogy, please post to the >STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. >------------------------------- To unsubscribe >from the list, please send an email to >STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word >'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/05/2016 02:20:49
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] The Irish Stroup??
    2. Sid Stroupe via
    3. Glenn: I got ur note, via Mike Stroupe. I can’t find William Charles or Samuel Patton in our extensive Stroup Family Tree. I’d like to somehow insert your line. Can you provide the lineage starting with Johann Pieter Straub, father of Jacob? I realize that Jacob is a brother to someone, but where is the missing link? (we can hold a slot in the tree for the missing). Like: Johann Pieter Straub, father immigrant of 1733 ???? ???? John Peter Stroup, married to Maria Magdelena Wenrich Samuel Patton Stroup, born 1794, Wytheville VA William Charles Stroup, born xxxx Hank Stroup, born xxxx THANK YOU Sid Stroupe Durham NC > On Jan 4, 2016, at 12:50 PM, Sid Stroupe <gwalss@nc.rr.com> wrote: > > Hi Diana … just wondering … is the “Hank” Stroup referred to below a paper descendant of Jacob Stroup -> Daniel Stroup, lincoln County, NC? > thanks > Sid Stroupe > > P.S. Happy New Year. > > > >> On May 3, 2015, at 12:01 PM, Glenn Stroup via <straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: >> >> Hi, Diana - well, I assume you got the YDNA results from Hank Stroup. >> I just signed in with his kit number and password. It's obvious >> Samuel Patton passed on the Straub YDNA. So - my quest continues for the NPE. >> >> Looks like I'll have to spend some time in the Abingdon VA courthouse >> to see if I can find an adoption in 1866. Maybe Samuel Patton came >> back wounded from the Civil War (true) and needed a son to help farm >> - all girls up to that point. The next son was not until 1873 when >> William Charles Stroup (Hank's ancestor) was born. >> >> Or - Rachel thought Samuel wasn't coming back (he served four years >> 1861-65) and found her a man. Or - one of Samuel's sisters had a boy >> from some Irishman. Anyway, I'll look for Daughertys in Abingdon in 1965/66. >> >> One step at a time, right? >> >> Thanks, >> >> Glenn >> >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    01/05/2016 02:11:29
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] The Irish Stroup??
    2. Sid Stroupe via
    3. Ok. I got it now. Thanks Glenn. there is also a Hank Stroup, born in CHerryville NC. wondering if one and the same. sid > On Jan 5, 2016, at 12:22 AM, Mike Stroupe <mikes@comporium.net> wrote: > > Glenn I have Ethel's notes on Va Stroups if you email me at mikes*comporium.net <http://comporium.net/> > > Mike Stroupe > > -----Original Message----- From: Glenn Stroup via > Sent: Monday, January 04, 2016 8:45 PM > To: Sid Stroupe ; straub-dna@rootsweb.com <mailto:straub-dna@rootsweb.com> > Subject: Re: [STRAUB-DNA] The Irish Stroup?? > > Sid - Hank - the Virginia Stroup(e) line goes > from Hank through William Charles Stroup to > Samuel Patton Stroup all born in Abingdon VA. > Samuel Patton was the son of Peter Stroup, born > in Wythe County VA (Evansville, now Wytheville) > in 1794 to John Peter Stroup (mostly known in > records as Peter) who married Maria Magdelena > Wenrich - both of them coming to Wytheville from > PA. The direct line back has a missing link, but > YDNA shows the ultimate patriarch was Johann > Pieter Straub, who was also Jacob's father, the > original immigrants, Although my YDNA shows NW > Irish, I am still a Stroup/Straub from the bunch > because my great-Grandmother was a daughter of > Peter Stroup and Samuel Patton's sister (she > married a Clark). That's wehere I get my Straub autosomal DNA. > > Thanks, > > Glenn > > At 12:50 PM 1/4/2016, you wrote: >> Hi Diana … just wondering … is the “Hank” >> Stroup up referred to below a paper descendant >> of Jacob Stroup -> Daniel Stroup, lincoln >> County, NC? thanks Sid Stroupe P.S. Happy New >> Year. > On May 3, 2015, at 12:01 PM, Glenn >> Stroup via <straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > >> Hi, Diana - well, I assume you got the YDNA >> results from Hank Stroup. > I just signed in >> with his kit number and password. It's obvious > >> Samuel Patton passed on the Straub YDNA. So - my >> quest continues for the NPE. > > Looks like I'll >> have to spend some time in the Abingdon VA >> courthouse > to see if I can find an adoption in >> 1866. Maybe Samuel Patton came > back wounded >> from the Civil War (true) and needed a son to >> help farm > - all girls up to that point. The >> next son was not until 1873 when > William >> Charles Stroup (Hank's ancestor) was born. > > >> Or - Rachel thought Samuel wasn't coming back >> (he served four years > 1861-65) and found her a >> man. Or - one of Samuel's sisters had a boy > >> from some Irishman. Anyway, I'll look for >> Daughertys in Abingdon in 1965/66. > > One step >> at a time, right? > > Thanks, > > Glenn > > > > >> ------------------------------- > The topic of >> the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard >> to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages >> relating only to genealogy, please post to the >> STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > >> ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe >> from the list, please send an email to >> STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word >> 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject >> and the body of the message >> ------------------------------- The topic of the >> STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to >> surname STRAUB and variations. For messages >> relating only to genealogy, please post to the >> STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. >> ------------------------------- To unsubscribe >> from the list, please send an email to >> STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word >> 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com <mailto:STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > --- > This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. > https://www.avast.com/antivirus <https://www.avast.com/antivirus>

    01/05/2016 01:47:55
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] The Irish Stroup??
    2. Mike Stroupe via
    3. Glenn I have Ethel's notes on Va Stroups if you email me at mikes*comporium.net Mike Stroupe -----Original Message----- From: Glenn Stroup via Sent: Monday, January 04, 2016 8:45 PM To: Sid Stroupe ; straub-dna@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [STRAUB-DNA] The Irish Stroup?? Sid - Hank - the Virginia Stroup(e) line goes from Hank through William Charles Stroup to Samuel Patton Stroup all born in Abingdon VA. Samuel Patton was the son of Peter Stroup, born in Wythe County VA (Evansville, now Wytheville) in 1794 to John Peter Stroup (mostly known in records as Peter) who married Maria Magdelena Wenrich - both of them coming to Wytheville from PA. The direct line back has a missing link, but YDNA shows the ultimate patriarch was Johann Pieter Straub, who was also Jacob's father, the original immigrants, Although my YDNA shows NW Irish, I am still a Stroup/Straub from the bunch because my great-Grandmother was a daughter of Peter Stroup and Samuel Patton's sister (she married a Clark). That's wehere I get my Straub autosomal DNA. Thanks, Glenn At 12:50 PM 1/4/2016, you wrote: >Hi Diana … just wondering … is the “Hank” >Stroup up referred to below a paper descendant >of Jacob Stroup -> Daniel Stroup, lincoln >County, NC? thanks Sid Stroupe P.S. Happy New >Year. > On May 3, 2015, at 12:01 PM, Glenn >Stroup via <straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > >Hi, Diana - well, I assume you got the YDNA >results from Hank Stroup. > I just signed in >with his kit number and password. It's obvious > >Samuel Patton passed on the Straub YDNA. So - my >quest continues for the NPE. > > Looks like I'll >have to spend some time in the Abingdon VA >courthouse > to see if I can find an adoption in >1866. Maybe Samuel Patton came > back wounded >from the Civil War (true) and needed a son to >help farm > - all girls up to that point. The >next son was not until 1873 when > William >Charles Stroup (Hank's ancestor) was born. > > >Or - Rachel thought Samuel wasn't coming back >(he served four years > 1861-65) and found her a >man. Or - one of Samuel's sisters had a boy > >from some Irishman. Anyway, I'll look for >Daughertys in Abingdon in 1965/66. > > One step >at a time, right? > > Thanks, > > Glenn > > > > >------------------------------- > The topic of >the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard >to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages >relating only to genealogy, please post to the >STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > >------------------------------- > To unsubscribe >from the list, please send an email to >STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word >'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject >and the body of the message >------------------------------- The topic of the >STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to >surname STRAUB and variations. For messages >relating only to genealogy, please post to the >STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. >------------------------------- To unsubscribe >from the list, please send an email to >STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word >'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

    01/04/2016 05:22:05
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] The Irish Stroup??
    2. Glenn Stroup via
    3. Sid - Hank - the Virginia Stroup(e) line goes from Hank through William Charles Stroup to Samuel Patton Stroup all born in Abingdon VA. Samuel Patton was the son of Peter Stroup, born in Wythe County VA (Evansville, now Wytheville) in 1794 to John Peter Stroup (mostly known in records as Peter) who married Maria Magdelena Wenrich - both of them coming to Wytheville from PA. The direct line back has a missing link, but YDNA shows the ultimate patriarch was Johann Pieter Straub, who was also Jacob's father, the original immigrants, Although my YDNA shows NW Irish, I am still a Stroup/Straub from the bunch because my great-Grandmother was a daughter of Peter Stroup and Samuel Patton's sister (she married a Clark). That's wehere I get my Straub autosomal DNA. Thanks, Glenn At 12:50 PM 1/4/2016, you wrote: >Hi Diana … just wondering … is the “Hank” >Stroup up referred to below a paper descendant >of Jacob Stroup -> Daniel Stroup, lincoln >County, NC? thanks Sid Stroupe P.S. Happy New >Year. > On May 3, 2015, at 12:01 PM, Glenn >Stroup via <straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > >Hi, Diana - well, I assume you got the YDNA >results from Hank Stroup. > I just signed in >with his kit number and password. It's obvious > >Samuel Patton passed on the Straub YDNA. So - my >quest continues for the NPE. > > Looks like I'll >have to spend some time in the Abingdon VA >courthouse > to see if I can find an adoption in >1866. Maybe Samuel Patton came > back wounded >from the Civil War (true) and needed a son to >help farm > - all girls up to that point. The >next son was not until 1873 when > William >Charles Stroup (Hank's ancestor) was born. > > >Or - Rachel thought Samuel wasn't coming back >(he served four years > 1861-65) and found her a >man. Or - one of Samuel's sisters had a boy > >from some Irishman. Anyway, I'll look for >Daughertys in Abingdon in 1965/66. > > One step >at a time, right? > > Thanks, > > Glenn > > > > >------------------------------- > The topic of >the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard >to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages >relating only to genealogy, please post to the >STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > >------------------------------- > To unsubscribe >from the list, please send an email to >STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word >'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject >and the body of the message >------------------------------- The topic of the >STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to >surname STRAUB and variations. For messages >relating only to genealogy, please post to the >STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. >------------------------------- To unsubscribe >from the list, please send an email to >STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word >'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/04/2016 01:45:15
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] The Irish Stroup??
    2. Sid Stroupe via
    3. Hi Diana … just wondering … is the “Hank” Stroup referred to below a paper descendant of Jacob Stroup -> Daniel Stroup, lincoln County, NC? thanks Sid Stroupe P.S. Happy New Year. > On May 3, 2015, at 12:01 PM, Glenn Stroup via <straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > Hi, Diana - well, I assume you got the YDNA results from Hank Stroup. > I just signed in with his kit number and password. It's obvious > Samuel Patton passed on the Straub YDNA. So - my quest continues for the NPE. > > Looks like I'll have to spend some time in the Abingdon VA courthouse > to see if I can find an adoption in 1866. Maybe Samuel Patton came > back wounded from the Civil War (true) and needed a son to help farm > - all girls up to that point. The next son was not until 1873 when > William Charles Stroup (Hank's ancestor) was born. > > Or - Rachel thought Samuel wasn't coming back (he served four years > 1861-65) and found her a man. Or - one of Samuel's sisters had a boy > from some Irishman. Anyway, I'll look for Daughertys in Abingdon in 1965/66. > > One step at a time, right? > > Thanks, > > Glenn > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/04/2016 05:50:58
    1. [STRAUB-DNA] I1-L592 (AS5) STROUP not a member of project
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. Hello List, Those of you who are Haplogroup I1-L592 (I1-AS5) STRAUB/STROUP, that is, descendants of Johann Pieter STRAUB, 1733 immigrant to Philadelphia, may have been getting match notices with an H[private] STROUP who has listed no earliest ancestor and uploaded no GEDCOM. He is not a member of the project, and he has not responded to my email, though this is a holiday weekend and a lack of response may not mean I won't get one next week. I'm asking those of you who have a match with him to please email him and urge him to join the project and share his ancestry. Diana STRAUB Y-DNA Surname Project Admin

    11/28/2015 01:33:29
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] FamilyFinder co-admin
    2. Delhazan via
    3. Well said, Sid.  Very true.  Thank you, Diana!   On Wednesday, July 22, 2015 5:45 AM, Sid Stroupe <gwalss@nc.rr.com> wrote: well ... i am interested ... but got to understand time requirements  ... just beginning my true retirement and got some traveling to do.  lol.sid stroupenorth carolina P.S.  What Diana Matthiesen has created for our Straub family is unmatched by any other DNA admin.  We all owe you SO much, Diana. On Jul 7, 2015, at 10:27 PM, Delhazan via wrote: Awesome!  :D        On Tuesday, July 7, 2015 4:39 PM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via <straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: Well, I did get a nibble offline.  We may have our co-admin after all! From: Delhazan [mailto:delhazan@yahoo.com] Sent: Tuesday, July 07, 2015 6:13 PM To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; straub-dna@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [STRAUB-DNA] Advances with the I1-L592 STRAUBs at Ancestry Public Member Trees ......And the crickets are chirping, I'm sure as  you wait for someone to respond to your request / invitation to help you out.  I'm afraid I am neither dedicated enough nor free enough to be able to step up for you, but I do sincerely hope someone wants to help.  I just had to reply because it's a hollow feeling when you make that kind of request and no one says a word.  This isn't much better but at least I'm still talking?  In any case, good luck finding some help.  I really hope you get it.  You deserve it.  ------------------------------- The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname STRAUB and variations.  For messages relating only to genealogy, please post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname STRAUB and variations.  For messages relating only to genealogy, please post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    07/23/2015 09:02:22
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] FamilyFinder co-admin
    2. Sid Stroupe via
    3. well ... i am interested ... but got to understand time requirements ... just beginning my true retirement and got some traveling to do. lol. sid stroupe north carolina P.S. What Diana Matthiesen has created for our Straub family is unmatched by any other DNA admin. We all owe you SO much, Diana. On Jul 7, 2015, at 10:27 PM, Delhazan via wrote: > Awesome! :D > > > > On Tuesday, July 7, 2015 4:39 PM, Diana Gale Matthiesen via <straub-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > > Well, I did get a nibble offline. We may have our co-admin after all! > > > > From: Delhazan [mailto:delhazan@yahoo.com] > Sent: Tuesday, July 07, 2015 6:13 PM > To: Diana Gale Matthiesen; straub-dna@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [STRAUB-DNA] Advances with the I1-L592 STRAUBs at Ancestry Public Member Trees > > > > ......And the crickets are chirping, I'm sure as you wait for someone to respond to your request / invitation to help you out. I'm afraid I am neither dedicated enough nor free enough to be able to step up for you, but I do sincerely hope someone wants to help. I just had to reply because it's a hollow feeling when you make that kind of request and no one says a word. This isn't much better but at least I'm still talking? In any case, good luck finding some help. I really hope you get it. You deserve it. > > > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > > ------------------------------- > The topic of the STRAUB-DNA list is DNA testing with regard to surname STRAUB and variations. For messages relating only to genealogy, please post to the STRAUB-L or STROUP-L mailing list. > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to STRAUB-DNA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    07/19/2015 03:21:46
    1. Re: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #413463, desc/o Michael STROUP of Alsace, MD, OH, IN
    2. Diana Gale Matthiesen via
    3. The Haplogroup I-M223 project was sufficiently interested in our subject that they gave him a gratis SNP test for PF6896 (= L703), which turned out positive. This result places him in a subclade with a FRENCH and a BOBET, which is consistent with a French origin. > -----Original Message----- > From: straub-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:straub-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com] > On Behalf Of Diana Gale Matthiesen via > Sent: Sunday, July 05, 2015 6:59 PM > To: STRAUB-DNA@rootsweb.com > Subject: [STRAUB-DNA] New Member #413463, desc/o Michael STROUP of Alsace, MD, > OH, IN > > Hello List, > > We have a new member, #413463, a STROOP whose earliest ancestor is Michael > STROUP of Alsace, who immigrated to Maryland, then migrated to Ohio, and > lastly, to Indiana: > > http://dgmweb.net/FGS/Stro/StroupMichael-_-ElizabethStudebaker.html > > His 37-marker results have returned, and he has no matches with anyone at any > level: > http://dgmweb.net/DNA/Straub/StraubDNA-results-HgI2.html#Deme6 > ...

    07/17/2015 03:39:52