Dusseldorf Coat of Arms

Traced back to the 18th century in the small town of Glehn, about six miles southwest of Neuss in the Rheinland.  This region later became known as the North Rhine – Westphalia state of Germany.  Later generations of the Struempf family emigrated from the Angermund borough of Dusseldorf, Rheinland (Nordrhein-Westfalen) to the United States on June 5, 1840, having departed from a harbor in the state of Bremen and landing in New Orleans, Louisiana aboard the Johan Georg passenger ship.

The following generations are available for research: