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George G. Stradtman, Jr.
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« on: July 19, 2006, 08:40:00 PM »

My great grandfather was Heinrich Christoph Stradtmann, born in Celle (Kingdom of Hannover) in 1820.? He apparently abandoned his 1st wife and two sons in Europe at the time of his immigration to the USA in 1847, after which he started over with wife #2 in NY and then Ohio, then (after his 2nd wife died) settled down with my great grandmother.? Efforts by older generations to keep the family skeleton of polygamy in the closet have complicated my present-day efforts at genealogy.
I'm looking for anyone with Stradtmann or varient names who has undergone Y-chromosome DNA analysis for comparions with my own profile:
DYS19: 15
DYS385a: 11
DYS385b: 14
DYS388: 10
DYS389I: 14
DYS389II: 33
DYS390: 25
DYS391: 10
DYS392: 11
DYS393: 13
DYS426 : 12
DYS437: 14
DYS438: 11
DYS439: 11
DYS441: 12
DYS442: 12
DYS446: 13
DYS460: 11
DYS461: 11
DYS462: 11
GATA A10: 15
GATA C4/DYS635: 24
GATA H4: 13
YCAIIa: 19
YCAIIb: 23.

I'm aware of Stradtmans in OH, GA, SC, AL, MT, VA, and NY.? If any of them have been tested, a comparison is in order.? Would be delighted to be in touch with any possible relatives in Denmark, the Netherlands, or Germany also.? One strong possibility, based on some things that my late father said, is that we're tied in with one of the many Strassmann families that originated in Germany (Stradtmann appears to be a Danish/North German form of the same name.).
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« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2006, 01:38:07 PM »

Hi,

Not that it's of any help, but an American Civil War database I have access to shows a Heinrich Stradtmann, age 24, enlisted in 1861 at New York in the 39th NY Infantry. He was wounded at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863 and was a POW in May, 1864 but survived the war. I also show a Herman Stradtmann, 45 years old, enlisted 1862 in the 11th Ohio Infantry. He also survived the war.

Sorry about the lack of "G.G." information....

Tom Simmons (cedarrun@earthlink.net)   
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George G. Stradtman, Jr.
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« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2006, 06:51:01 PM »

Hi,

Not that it's of any help, but an American Civil War database I have access to shows a Heinrich Stradtmann, age 24, enlisted in 1861 at New York in the 39th NY Infantry. He was wounded at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863 and was a POW in May, 1864 but survived the war. I also show a Herman Stradtmann, 45 years old, enlisted 1862 in the 11th Ohio Infantry. He also survived the war.

Sorry about the lack of "G.G." information....

Tom Simmons (cedarrun@earthlink.net)   
Thank you for the response.  The Heinrich Stradtmann from NY appears to tie in with a family that has been in the area of Buffalo since the late 1700's.  Herman Stradtman most likely was related to the modern-day Stradtmans of Georgia, SC, Alabama, and Ohio (They had relatives who fought on both sides during the "Great Unpleasantness.")... My guess is that he was also closely related to "my" Heinrich C. Stradtmann, but no specific documentary evidence has turned up yet (which is part of why I'm so curious to see how my own DNA compares with members of the OH/GA/AL/SC line).
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« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2006, 10:31:21 PM »

No problem. By the way , I see your Y-chrom markers and my male 1st cousin's (I am just about to receive my own kit, but assume mine are like his) are very similar. His are: 393=13, 19=15, 391=11, 439=12, 389-1=14, 389-2=30, 388-10 (quite rare?), 390=23, 426=12, 385a=11, 385b=15, 392=13. National Geographic grouped him R1b, but there are significant elements of E3b, I, and R1a as well. Our current "paper trail" genealogy shows us mostly south and west England, with perhaps some Scots, but I've only been able to go back five generations with any certainty. Our Georgia Simmons line supposedly migrated to Georgia from SC or NC in the last decade or two of the 1700s.   

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Tom Simmons
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