I found this in the Edgefield Deeds:
Deed bk 22-p. 92-94 HENRY STRAUB, planter, to FREDERICK SLAPPY, planter. Deed, 7 Jan 1802, $700, 200 acres being part of 300 acres granted unto PETER STRAUB, his grand father, Aug 23, 1766(1765?) and from PETER STRAUB unto sd HENRY STRAUB by heirship, lying on Cuffeetown Creek of Savannah River adj ELIZABETH ROBERTS land, the Quaker Road leading from THOMAS HENDERSONS down sd Creek. Wit SAMUEL THORNTON, HENRY RUDOLPH, WILLIAM WAGONER, ROBERT BRADFORD. /s/ HENRY STRAUB. Justice JAMES HARRISON certifies relinquishmnet of dower by SALLEY STRAUB wife of HENRY STRAUB, 18 Jan 1802; /s/ SALLEY STRAUB. Proven 18 Jan 1802 by WILLIAM WAGONER; JAS HARRISON JQ. Rec 4 May 1802.
In Deed bk 31 deed between ELI HENDERSON and PHILLIP DILLARD there is a reference made to ANNA STRAUB: also another tract of 100 acres granted ANNA MARRA STRAUB dated 20 Aug 1765 adjoining on south east of above tract. This is also on Cuffeetown Creek.
I find no mention of a Krammer family.
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