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Re: My Strader Linage
Posted by: Jane Curci (ID *****5058) Date: August 17, 2011 at 22:11:01
In Reply to: My Strader Linage by Ralph Eugene Strader of 546

There is a book about Straders: "The Strader Family History 1737-1976" Compiled by Hartzel G. Strader. I believe his address is 818 Althea Dr. Miamisburg, OH 45342 Good Luck Always searching, Karen

Amazon: The Strader family history, 1737-1976 [Unknown Binding]
Hartzel G Strader (Author)
Out of Print--Limited Availability.


Subject: Strader Family
Date: 3 Jul 2006 12:45:45 -0600

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Let me know if you need further information. According to my notes:

1.2Johann Heinrich (Henry) Strader [S2, S3, S4, S6] 1828/Germany
d.1812/Caswell Co., NC [S4]
m.Anna Margaret Stauffer [S4]


A Casper Streader arrived in Philadelphia aboard the Ship Ranier from Rotterdam, Holland on 26 Sept. 1749; his name (with X, his mark) appears on the ship captainís list. Also appearing on the list was the name Johann Heinrich Stroder. A John Henry Strader took the oath of allegiance to the Colonies. Also signing the Ship Ranier captainís list was Johannes Stroder, junge or junior. Casper Strader mentions a son Henry in his 1788 Berks Co., PA will. [S4]

>>From a letter from *Hartzel G. Strader*, author of The Strader Family History 1737-1976: "I do not have definite proof of Conrad (Jr.) ancestry, but piecing data together, it appears his father was a Henry Strader and most likely his mother was Anna Margaret Stauffer. As can be noted in Conrad (Jr.) Will written in 1812 that he had inheritance coming from his father's estate. Henry died in 1812 in Caswell Co., NC, and the estate probably was not settled by the time Conrad (Jr.) wrote his Will in October 1812. Conrad (Jr.) was not likely a son of Conrad (Sr.) who died in 1809 as he names his children in his Will and also other supporting data does not show it. So far I [have found no] estate settlement of Henry. . . . Henry and Conrad (Sr.) were sons of Caspar Strader (d. 1788), Berks Co., PA. Henry and Conrad (Sr.) came by ship from PA to NC about 1759. The ship was wrecked on the North Carolina coast where they lost most of their farm tools.Ē [S4]

+1.2.1Henry Strader (b. ca 1750)
+1.2.2Jacob Strader (b. ca 1752)
1.2.3Anna Margaret Strader (b. ca 1854)
1.2.4George Strader (b. ca 1756)
+1.2.5John Strader (b. ca 1758
1.2.6Catherine Strader (b. ca 1760)
+1.2.7Conrad Strader (b. ca 1762) (see below)

1.2.1Henry Strader 1750/Orange County, NC
d.bef. 1820
m.31 May 1773/Granville Co., NC/Catherine Holstein Strader 1774/Orange County, NC Strader 12 April 1775/Orange County, NC
d.13 April 1854/Guilford County, NC
m.13 Dec. 1799/Granville Co., NC/Mary Strader 1779
d.1850/Guilford County, NC
b.4 April 1819
d. 2 Nov. 1858/Guilford County, NC Strader
b.7 April 1777/Orange County, NC
m.13 April 1798/Elizabeth Waynick (b. 1778) Strader
m.23 Oct. 1804/John Hall (b. 1784) Female Strader (b. after 1784) Male Strader (Jacob?) (b. after 1784) Female Strader (b. after 1790)

Rebecca Hitzman

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