A Genea-biographical History of the Rittenhouse Family: And All Its Branches in America, with Sketches of Their Descendants, from the Earliest Available Records to the Present Time, Including the Birth of Wilhelm in 1644 (Google eBook)

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Rittenhouse Memorial Association, 1893 - 272 pages
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