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Descendents of Johannes Peter Grub of Northampton, PA

Updated September 9, 2001

This Grube family descends from Johannes Peter Grub of Williams Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. The family added the final "e" to the Grub name in the early 1800's. Some members of this family have also spelled their name as "Grupe".

Peter Grub arrived in Williams Township from Germany (probably from Offenbach Am Glan, Rheinland, Preussen) in the 1753. There were already Grub's living in the area, including Andreas Grub, and a Jacob Grub, who arrived in America in 1738. We don't yet know the relationship between Andreas, Jacob and Peter. Peter purchased about 200 acres of land and built a house in the 1760's. This house is still standing, although no longer owned by the family, and you can see a photo of it below.

Peter first married Maria Amalia Grill on January 2, 1748/49 in Offenback Am Glan, Rheinland, Preussen. They had four children, all born after arriving in America. They were Johannes Peter Grub, Jr. (1755-1823), Catharina Grub (born 1757), Margaret Grub (born 1759) and Maria Elisabeth (born 1758). Sometime between 1759-1760 Peter was married for the second time to Magdalena and they had 4 children: Johannes George Grub (2-18-1763 to 12-16-1848), Elisabeth (b. ca. 1761-married John Super), Maria Magdalena (b. ca. 1760), and Sarah (b. ca. 1767-married Michael Reichert).

My own family descends through Peter's second son, George Grub. However, this website does include information on the descendents of Peter's oldest son, Peter. Collateral families include: Ackerman, Andre/Andrew, Beers, Bougher, Christein/Christine, Deemer, Dietz, Frach, Gombita, Getter, Hartline/Herdlein, Heater, Hess, Howey/How, Hoy, Krex, Kuntz, Manning, McCammon, Montgomery, Parry, Raub, Rehs, Reichert, Reppert, Rice, Rodenbach, Rutt, Schmidt, Souders, Super, Sutton, Taylor, Wasser, Westemeyer, Whaley, Wilson, Zeigafuse, and Zeiner. With the exception of the Gombita, Krex, Howey, McCammon, Parry and Whaley families, all these collateral families were "Pennsylvania Dutch" who arrived in America in the 1700's. The Howey & McCammon families were Scots or Scots/Irish and also arrived in America in the 1700's.

Come explore my website for the family tree, information on collateral lines, photos of my family. Please feel welcome to email me with any questions, comments or suggestions. If you think you are a branch of the tree we'd be extremely delighted to hear from you.

Bonnie L. Serben

2402 Postbridge Drive

Grand Prairie, tx 75050

A-United States


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