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Abrams (RW db): Bill Abrams, “Families of Burlington Co., NJ”.
ACS (ws): American Chemical Society, “Rumford Baking Powder”, (written by Judah Ginsberg).
Adkinson (ws): Adkinson Family, “Descendants of Georgius Sir Rittershausen”. Includes a fancied descent of the Rittenhouses from Austrian royalty, probably copied from Cassel (1893).
anonymous (2003): Review of The Woolverton Family 1693–1850 and Beyond in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, April.
Barton (1813): William Barton, Memoirs of the Life of David Rittenhouse, LL.D.; F.R.S.; Late President of the American Philosophical Society. I have not seen this reference.
Bayley Surname (ws): “Surname Database: Bayley”.
Bosse (ws): Jonathan Bosse,“Prallsville Cemetery, between Stockton and Rosemont”, file contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives.
Brian (RW db): “Brian”, “Erwin Edmunds Lefebvre Families”.
Bridges (ws): Jim Bridges, “Descendants of William Rittenhouse”, St Clair Co, IL GenWeb Page.
Broermann (1938): Karl Broermann, "Die auswanderung der Mülheimer nach Pennsylvanien" (The Emigration of Mülheimers to Pennsylvania), Zeitschrift des Geschictesvereins Mülheim a.d. Ruhr (Journal of the Mülheim an der Ruhr Historical Society), Vol. 32, No. 3 (Dec). (Translation by Rosalie N Castleberry; Family History Library 974.811/G1 W2b.)
Broich Castle (ws): A short description in English (sort of) can be reached via www.muelheim-ruhr.de/broich_castle. A detailed history in German is at http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schloss_Broich.
Broich Museum (ws): The Broich Castle History Museum is briefly described at http://www.muelheim-ruhr.de/cms/historic_museum_broich_castle.html.
Bryan (RW db): Mark David Bryan, “Everything”.
Buckley (ws): Jim Buckley, “Count Rumford”.
Burke (RW db): John Luddy Burke Jr, “Burke-Ansley Two Great Families”.
Cassel (1893): Daniel Kolb Cassel, A Genea-Biographical History of The Rittenhouse Family and All Its Branches in America, Rittenhouse Memorial Association, Philadelphia, PA. Online at Google Books. Contains the supposed Rittenhouse descent from Emperor Maximillian of Austria, which has been debunked by Haacke (1982), Kephart (1938), Rowland (1935) and Rubincam (1959).
Chernick (RW db): Donna Sears Chernick, “My Ancestry and Related Lines”.
Chester Wills (ws): Chester County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 1713–1825.
Cinque Ports (ws): “Cinque Ports”, a Wikipedia article.
Clabber Girl (ws): Clabber Girl Corporation, “Rumford Baking Powder History”.
Cook (1948): Lewis D Cook, “Umstat of Germantown and of Skippack, Philadelphia Co, Pa”, L D Cook of Philadelphia for Mr Heath T Coburn of Fontana, CA.
Cram (c1886): “Railroad and County Map of New Jersey”, Geo F Cram, Engraver and Publisher, Chicago. Reprinted by Jonathan Sheppard Books, Albany, NY.
Dakwa, Esping, and Plucker (ws): Kwame Dakwa, Amber Esping, and Jonathan Plucker, “The Kallikak Family”.
Davis (1916-1983): Walter Goodwin Davis, Massachusetts and Maine Families. Originally 17 publications; reprinted in 3 vols by Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1996. Available online at Ancestry.com, a subscription website.
Deborah (mpo): “Deborah”, ”Rev War Pension files Abstracts--Daniel”, message posted on 3 Feb 2000 at Bray genforum.
Detweiler (1992): William N Detweiler, The Creation, Founding and Early Settlers of Bebber’s Township, Philadelphia County, Province of Pennsylvania (Now Skippack Township, Montgomery County, PA), 1702.
DeVault (RW db): Betsy B DeVault, “Benson,Carswell, Castleberry, Krupp, Nicholson, & Related Families”.
DeWan (ws): George DeWan, “The Man Huntington Loved to Hate: Loyalist Benjamin Thompson Tried to Keep the Town under His Boot”; this was an article in Newsday, the Long Island newspaper, that seems to have disappeared (the article, not the newspaper) from the web.
Dodge (RW db): Bobbi Dodge, “Dodge & Travis Families”.
Duffin (1990): James Duffin, “Germantown Landowners, 1684–1714: Installment IV,” Germantown Crier, v 42, n 3.
Duffin (1992): James M Duffin, “The First Map of Germantown: A Neglected Source” Germantown Crier, v 44, n 2.
Duke (RW db): Gary Duke, “Monroe Twp HS, Preble Co, OH (1917–1968 Alumni Genealogy”.
Dunn (RW db): Norris N Dunn, “Our Family Genealogy”.
Dutton (ws): Michael Dutton, “The Extended Family of Michael R Dutton”.
Encarta (1998): Microsoft Encarta 98 Encyclopedia, Microsoft Corporation, 1993–97; an encyclopedia on CD.
Fancher (1987): R E Fancher, “Henry Goddard and the Kallikak Family Photographs: ‘Conscious Skulduggery’ or ‘Whig History’?”, American Psychologist, v 42 (1987), p 585–590.
Fell (RW db): Mary Fell, “My family roots”.
Find a Grave (ws): “Find a Grave”.
Fogle (RW db): Bill Fogle, “Fogle, Colvin, Jones, Wunder”.
French and Indian War (ws): “French and Indian War”, a Wikipedia article.
Fry and Ulmer (1965): Laura Valeria Fry and Della R Ulmer, “Umstead (Umstadt) Loux-Drissel-Pannebacker Genealogy”.
GeneJunky (RW db): GeneJunky, “Presbury - Presson - Preston”.
Gentlemen (1764): “a Society of Gentlemen”, A New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences Comprehending All Branches of Useful Knowledge, London. At Google Books.
Gerber (c1920): Adolf Gerber, Beiträge zur Auswanderung nach Amerika im 18. Jahrhundert aus Altwürttembergischen Kirchenbüchern [Contributions to the Emigration to America in the 18th Century from Old Württemberg Church Records], J. F. Steinkopf, Stuttgart.
Gilbert (RW db): Tom Gilbert, “Tommy Gilbert”.
Goddard (1912): Henry Herbert Goddard, The Kallikak Family: A Study in the Heredity of Feeble-Mindedness, Macmillan, New York; republished as a “Classic in Psychology”, Arno Press, New York, 1983; the full text is at Classics in the History of Psychology.
Godown (ws): Richard Godown, “Godown Family History”.
Godown (RW db): Richard Godown, “Godown Family History”.
Gohr (ws): Glenn Gohr, “Woolverton/Wolverton Genealogy”.
Gould (1981): Stephen Jay Gould, The Mismeasure of Man, W W Norton and Co, New York.
Green (1990): James Green, The Rittenhouse Mill and the Beginnings of Papermaking in America, The Library Company of Philadelphia and Friends of Historic RittenhouseTown.
Gross and Gleysteen (2007): Leonard Gross and Jan Gleysteen, Colonial Germantown Mennonites, Cascadia Publishing House, Telford, PA (copublished with Herald Press, Scottdale, PA).
Gurganus (ws): Ray Gurganus, “Our Family Tree”.
Haacke (1982): E Mark Haacke, “The Rittenhouse Family: Noble in Spirit but Not in Name”, Mennonite Family History, v1 n3 (Jul).
Haas (1985): Scott Haas, review of Minds Made Feeble in Psychology Today, December.
Harned and Harned (ws): John H Harned and Thomas L Harned; these distantly related researchers together maintain two websites, apparently nearly identical: “History and Genealogy of the Harned Family” and “The Harneds of North America”.
Harnett (ws): David T Harnett; this useful site used to be at home.comcast.net/~knoxcop. I can to longer find it.
Heckler (1895–96): James Y Heckler, History of Skippack & Vicinity, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, originally appeared in the Montgomery Transcript, Skippack, PA (republished by Adams Apple Press, Bedminster, PA, 1992).
Heller (RW db): Gretchen Heller, “Heller & More: PA, NJ, New England, Cornwall, NW Europe”.
Hellweg (ws): “Hellweg” (in English) and “Hellweg” (in German).
Helvy (RW db): Ruth Helevy, “Baker/Helvy Gedcom”.
Hitt (ws): J D Hitt, “Wolverton Family Journal Report”.
Honeyman (1928): A van Doren Honeyman (ed), Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series---Vol. XXXIII; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc, Volume IV—1761–1770; New Jersey Historical Society, Committee on Colonial Documents; The Unionist-Gazette Association, printers, Somerville, NJ. On the CD “Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of New Jersey, First and Second Series Plus An Index to Ten Volumes of Series One—CD TWO”; GenealogyCDs.com, Coram, NY, 2003.
Honeyman (1931): A van Doren Honeyman (ed), Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, First Series---Vol. XXXIV; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc, Volume V—1771–1780; New Jersey Historical Society, Committee on Colonial Documents; MacCrellish & Quigley Co, printers, Trenton, NJ. On the CD “Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of New Jersey, First and Second Series Plus An Index to Ten Volumes of Series One—CD TWO”; GenealogyCDs.com, Coram, NY, 2003.
Hull (1935): William Isaac Hull, “William Penn and the Dutch Quaker Migration to Pennsylvania”, Swarthmore College Monographs on Quaker History, No. 2, Swarthmore, PA; Reprinted for Clearfield Co, Inc, by Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore, MD, 1990; included on the CD “Family Tree Maker‘s Immigrants to Pennsylvania, 1600s–1800s”, Broderbund Software, Inc; also online at Google Books.
Hunterdon Co (ws): “Location of Hunterdon County in New Jersey” map is from “Hunterdon County, New Jersey”, a Wikipedia article.
Hunterdon Co Democrat extracts (ws): Dennis Sutton, “Extracts from the Hunterdon County Democrat”.
Hunterdon Record (1898): no author, Portrait and Biographical Record of Hunterdon and Warren Counties, New Jersey, Chapman Publishing Co, New York/Chicago; it is on the CD Genealogy and History of Hunterdon County, New Jersey, GenealogyCDs.com, 2003.
Huntington Historical Society (ws): Huntington Historical Society, Huntington, Long Island, NY, “Old Burying Ground (17th Century) & Fort Golgotha (1782)”.
Hutchinson (1939): Elmer T Hutchinson (editor and indexer), Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, First Series---Vol. XXXV; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume VI—1781–1785; New Jersey Historical Society; MacCrellish & Quigley Co, printers, Trenton, NJ. On the CD “Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of New Jersey, First and Second Series Plus An Index to Ten Volumes of Series One—CD TWO”; GenealogyCDs.com, Coram, NY, 2003.
Hutchinson (1949): Elmer T Hutchinson (editor and indexer), Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, First Series—Vol. XLI; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume XII—1810–1813; New Jersey Historical Society; Jersey Printing Company, Bayonne, NJ. On the CD “Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of New Jersey, First and Second Series Plus An Index to Ten Volumes of Series One—CD TWO”; GenealogyCDs.com, Coram, NY, 2003.
“Inferno” (ws): “Inferno”, “Fort Golgotha”.
Irwin (RW db): Lee J Irwin, “Irwins of PA and IA”.
Isle of Thanet (ws): “Isle of Thanet”, a Wikipedia article.
Isle of Thanet Maps (wss): Roman times—“Tanatvs Insvla”, “Isle of Thanet” and “Ancient Kent’s secrets revealed – A ride to Broadstairs”; 1642—“Mappa Thaneti Insula”; 1800—“A Map of the Hundred of Ringslow containing the Island of Thanet”; 1816—“A vision of Britain through time: Ordnance Survey First Series”; 1836—“1836 Map of The Isle of Thanet”.
Johnson and Bergey (1934): Ralph L Johnson and David L Bergey, “Genealogical Landmarks and Milestones of the Lower Perkiomen Country,” The Perkiomen Region, [Organ of the Perkiomen History and Science Society], v 12, nos 3 & 4, Oct, (reprinted by Adams Apple Press, Bedminster, PA, 1992).
Jones (RW db): Michelle L Jones, “Michelle Jones”.
Juker (RW db): Caroline Juker, “Juker, Dull, Howe, Powell, Reynolds”.
Kallikak Family (ws): “The Kallikak Family”, a Wikipedia article.
Kapff (1893): Paul Kapff, Schwaben in Amerika seit der Entdeckung des Weltteils [Swabians in America since the Discovery of that Part of the World], D Gundert, Stuttgart.
Kephart (1938): Calvin Kephart, “Rittenhouse Genealogy Debunked”, National Genealogical Society Quarterly, v26 n4 (Dec).
King 1 (ws): “Claude King”.
King 2 (ws): “Claude King”, a Wikipedia article.
Kugler (n d): Robert R Kugler, John Kugler of Hunterdon County, New Jersey and His Descendants, Haddonfield, NJ.
Laquear (1957): See Magill/“Laquear” (1957).
Lathrop (RW db): Frederic Lathrop, “Hunterdon Co, NJ, inhabitants 1700–1800”.
LDS Church (ws): Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at FamilySearch.org.
Leeds (RW db): Karen Leeds, “Roberts-Crosby-Turner”.
Leeds Family (ws): Joyce A Kintzel, “The Leeds Family of New Jersey”.
Leonard (RW db): Clark M Leonard, “Leonard Family Tree”.
Loofbourrow (RW db): Marilyn Loofbourrow, “untitled”.
Losch (2008): Richard R Losch, All the People in the Bible: An A–Z Guide to the Saints, Scoundrels, and Other Characters in Scripture, William B Eerdmans Publishing Co, Grand Rapids, MI/Cambridge, UK.
Love (ws): Linton E Love, “Our Rittenhouse Families”. Originally posted to the Internet by Linton Love, this website was taken over by Mrs Pat High in 2010, but now (February, 2013) it is seemingly extinct. Fortunately I had made a copy on CD.
Lovested (ws): Brandon Gary Lovested, “A Tale of Two Bostons”.
Ludvigsen (RW db): Mary Foster Ludvigsen, “Descendants of Richard Bray of New England”.
Macdonald and McAdams (2001): David A Macdonald and Nancy N McAdams, The Woolverton Family, 1693–1850 and Beyond: Woolverton and Wolverton Descendants of Charles Woolverton, New Jersey Immigrant, Penobscot Press, Rockport, ME. This 860-page tome, carefully documented in 4730 footnotes, was a birthday present from my son, Jon E (“Jed”) Shidler, and is much appreciated.
Macmillan (1917): Kerr D Macmillan, Protestantism in Germany, Princeton Univ Press, Princeton, NJ.
Magill/“Laquear” (1957): “John W Lequear”, Traditions of Hunterdon, D H Moreau, editor/publisher; printed by Democrat Press, Flemington, NJ. Originally published anonymously as “Traditions of Our Ancestors”, a series of articles in the Hunterdon Republican, Flemington, NJ, in 1869–70. Republished in 1956–57 in the Hunterdon County Democrat “with the cooperation of the Hunterdon County Historical Society”. The articles were then published as a book under the editorship of D H Moreau. Considerable effort was expended in determining who the author of the articles was, and the conclusion was reached that they were the work of John W Lequear, an amateur Hunterdon County historian in the 1800s, and his name is printed as the author of the book. However, subsequent scholarship has determined that the articles were actually written by one Jacob Magill, another New Jersey historian of the period.
McPhee (1968): John McPhee, The Pine Barrens, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, New York.
Mennonite Family History (1983): Mennonite Family History, v 2, no 3 (Jul), p 103—their source: Mennonite Life, (Oct 1958), p 170.
Miller (1983): Marcus L Miller, “Germantown Residents Naturalized in 1691”, Mennonite Family History, v 2, no 3 (Jul).
Miller (RW db): Michael Miller, “Only In America”.
Millerick (RW db): Linda G Millerick, “McNealfamilytree”.
Mittelberger (1888): Gottlieb Mittelberger, Reise nach Pennsylvanien im Jahre 1750 und Rückreise nach Teutschland im Jahr 1754 [Journey to Pennsylvania in the Year 1750 and Return to Germany in the Year 1754], translated from the German by Carl Theodore Eben, John Joseph McVey, Philadelphia.
Mühlenberg (n d): Rev Henry M Mühlenberg, in a report which he sent to the University of Halle, at Halle an der Saale, in the Electorate of Brandenburg—Hallesche Nachrichten, new ed, v 2.
Mülheim 1 (ws): “Mülheim an der Ruhr — Stadt am Fluss [Muelheim on the Ruhr — Town on the River]” (in German).
Mülheim 2 (ws): “Mülheim” (Wikipedia article in English, but poorly translated from German).
Mülheim 3 (ws): “Mülheim an der Ruhr” (German Wikipedia article).
Mullen (RW db): Linda Mullen, “Everson”.
Munns (RW db): Roxanne Munns, “Munns / Smith Family Tree”.
Murray and Neff (2006): John F Murray and William A Neff, “Dr. Francis Neff: The Germantown Years”, Neff News: A Newsletter for Neff and Related Families, v 16, n 1/2 (Feb/May)
Nelson (1899): William Nelson (ed), Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey---Vol. XXI; Calendar of Records in the Office of the Secretary of State—1664–1703; The Press Printing and Publishing Co, Paterson, NJ. On the CD “Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of New Jersey, First and Second Series Plus An Index to Ten Volumes of Series One—CD ONE”; GenealogyCDs.com, Coram, NY, 2003.
Nelson (RW db): Robert Nelson, “Bob Nelson‘s Database”.
New England Confederation 1 (ws): The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed, Columbia University Press, 2006—“New England Confederation” article.
New England Confederation 2 (ws): “New England Confederation 1643–1684”.
New England Confederation 3 (ws): “New England Confederation—May 19, 1643” (full text of the articles of confederation).
New England Confederation 4 (ws): “The New England Confederation (1643–1684)”.
NJ Churches (ws): New Jersey Churchscape—Hunterdon County Churches.
NYS Military Museum (ws): New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs, “Fort Golgotha”.
Offa (ws): “Offa of Mercia”, a Wikipedia article.
Offa’s Dyke (ws): Vaughan Thomas (1985) and Davies (1990), “Offa’s Dyke”.
Ogden (1921): Mary Depue Ogden, Memorial Cyclopedia of New Jersey (Volume 4), online at ebooks.
Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage (1983): Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, v 6, no 4 (Oct), cover picture.
Pennypacker (1880): Samuel W Pennypacker, “The Settlement of Germantown, and the Causes which Led to It,” The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, v IV, n 1.
Pennypacker (1899): Samuel W Pennypacker, The settlement of Germantown and the Beginning of German Emigration to North America, William J Campbell, Philadelphia, 1899.
Pennypacker Mills (ws): Montgomery County, PA Historic Sites—Pennypacker Mills.
Pickett (ws): Russell S Pickett, “Woolverton Family History”.
Pine Barrens (ws): This picture is from Brian Campbell, “South Jersey Unpaved: Exploring the NJ Pine Barrens”. This site seems to have disappeared.
Ramsey (RW db): Mary McHaffie Ramsey, “McHaffie Families”.
Ramsgate (ws): “ Ramsgate”, a Wikipedia article; “Ramsgate Kent England”, a YouTube video show of pictures of the town, leading to links to other Ramsgate videos.
Raub (ws): Janet Raub Reuther “My RAUB (and more) Ancestry”.
Riley (RW db): Carol Riley, “MINNIE OBERG”.
Ritschl (n d): Ritschl, Geschichte des Pietismus [History of Pietism], II.
Rittenhouse 1 (ws): “Historic Germantown, Philadelphia, PA, William Rittenhouse, Paper maker and minister”.
Rittenhouse 2 (ws): “Virtual American Biographies, William Rittenhouse”.
Rittenhouse Archive (ws): RITTENHOUSE-L Archives at rootsweb.ancestry.com.
Rittenhouse, D (mpo): Donald George Rittenhouse, ”Re: Lott Rittenhouse, NJ 1725-1813”, message posted on 24 Feb 2002 at Rittenhouse genforum.
Rittenhouse, R (mpo): Robin Rittenhouse, ”Lott Rittenhouse”, message posted on 2 May 1999 at RootsWeb RITTENHOUSE-L Archives.
RittenhouseTown (ws): “Historic RittenhouseTown, A National Historic Landmark”.
River Stour (ws): “River Stour, Kent”, a Wikipedia article.
Roach (2001): Hannah Benner Roach, The Back Part of Germantown: A Reconstruction, Genealogical Soc of PA Monograph Series #7.
Rochelle (RW db): Harry Lee Rochelle, “Lineage of Rochelle, Rittenhouse, Search, Doerr and Related Families”.
Rowland (1935): Olive Barrick Rowland, An Ancestral Chart and Handbook: Genealogical Notes of the Sutton and Rittenhouse Families of Hunterdon County, New Jersey with Mattison, Bonham, Fuller, and Fox Connections and Some Record of the Barrick and Shepherd Families, Garrett & Massie, Publishers, Richmond, VA; available via print on demand from Books of My Ancestors, 2025 Dunsmore Ln, Waxhaw, NC 28173, USA.
Rubincam (1959): Milton Rubincam, “William Rittenhouse, America's Pioneer Paper Manufacturer and Mennonite Minister”, Pennsylvania German Society, Scottdale, PA, p i–v, 1–89. Also issued as Pennsylvania German Society, Vol LVIII. Includes Thomas R Brendle, “Moses Dissinger, Evangelist & Patriot”, p 91–192.
Ruhr History (ws): “History of the Ruhr District” (Wikipedia article).
Ruhr Map (c1820): Part of a Prussian ordnance survey map from Wikimedia Commons of an area of North-Rhein Westphalia, early 19th century, showing Ratigen, Wuppertal, Mülheim, Essen and Bochum in Germany.
Ruth (1984): John L Ruth, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, No 26: Maintaining the Right Fellowship—A Narratiave Account of Life in the Oldest ennonite Community in North America, Herald Press, Scottdale, PA/Kitchener, Ont; reprinted by Wipf & Stock Publishers, Eugene, OR, 2004.
Rutledge (RW db): Jerry Rutledge, “Rutledge Family File”.
Sadler (2000): Karen L Sadler, “Genealogy of the Original ‘Feeble’ Family”; review of Minds Made Feeble at www.amazon.com. I could no longer find the review but Amazon had nine used copies of Minds Made Feeble for sale!
St-Laurence-in-Thanet (ws): Summary—“St Laurence in Thanet Change Ringers: About St-Laurence-in-Thanet”; description—“Ramsgate - St. Laurence Church in Thanet” (the last time I checked this site the illustrations were not being displayed but the description was fine); history—“British History Online: St. Laurence” (the surname HARNET is mentioned); “St.Laurence Church - Ramsgate, Kent”, a YouTube slideshow of pictures of the church, including interior views.
St-Mary’s-in-Minster (wss): “St. Mary the Virgin Church”; “History of St Mary the Virgin, Minster-in-Thanet, Kent”; “St.Mary the Virgin Church - Minster-in-Thanet”, a YouTube slideshow of pictures of the church, including interior views; “Minster-in-Thanet”, a Wikipedia article.
Sandwich (ws): “Sandwich, Kent”, a Wikipedia article; “ History of Sandwich Kent: Medieval Cinqueport”, article by “Open Sandwich: promoting Sandwich around the world since 1998”.
Sanson (1691): Nicolas Sanson, “Map of the County of Mark”.
Saunders (RW db): Jan Saunders, “Hill, Jordan, Klages and Related Lines, with Photos”.
Schlesinger (1983): Arthur M Schlesinger Jr, ed, The Almanac of American History, Bramhall House, New York.
Schmidt (1959): Hubert G Schmidt, Some Hunterdon Place Names: Historical Sketches about Communities in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Hunterdon County Historical Society/D H Moreau, Flemington, NJ. On the CD “Genealogy and History of HUNTERDON County, New Jersey”, GenealogyCDs.com, Coram, NY, 2003.
Scull and Heap (1750): N Scull and G Heap, “A Map of Philadelphia and Parts Adjacent”; redrawn in the 1800s. Reprinted by Jonathan Sheppard Books, Albany, NY.
Sears (RW db): Jean Sears, “Sears-Welter Ancestry”.
Shaffer (RW db): Mary Shaffer, “Klopfenstein, Brisbin, Tyson - Wood County, Ohio”.
Sharp (RW db): Larry Sharp, “sharp”.
Sherrod (RW db): Phillip Sherrod, “Sherrod.ged”.
Ships List (ws): “The GALE arriving at Halifax, NS in 1752 (Palatine ship)”, at “The Ships List”.
Shurtleff (1853): Nathaniel B Shurtleff, ed, Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, Vol. I, 1628–1686, William White, printer to the Commonwealth, Boston [available on the CD “Records of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1628–1686: Five Volumes in Six Texts”, GenealogyCDs.com, Coram, NY, 2003].
Sisley (ws): Rittenhouse genealogy.
Smallwood (1964): Marilu Burch Smallwood, Some Colonial and Revolutionary Families of North Carolina, Volume I, published by the author; printed by Southern Press, Inc, Macon, GA.
Smallwood (1969): Marilu Burch Smallwood, Some Colonial and Revolutionary Families of North Carolina, volume II, published by the author; printed by Storter Printing Co, Inc, Gainesville, FL.
Smith, D (1985): J David Smith, Minds Made Feeble: The Myth and Legacy of the Kallikaks, Aspen Publications, Rockville, MD.
Smith, E (1988): Elsdon C Smith, New Dictionary of American Family Names, Gramercy Publishing Co, New York.
Stacer (RW db): Robin Stacer, “Hays and Stacer Families”.
Starr (RW db): David Starr, “David Starr Ancestry”.
Staten (RW db): Don Dee Staten, “Statens and Alcorns”.
Storer (1951): Tracy I Storer, General Zoology, 2nd ed, McGraw-Hill, New York.
Strassburger (1922): Ralph Beaver Strassburger, The Strassburger Family and Allied Names of Pennsylvania, privately printed, Gwynnedd Valley, PA. [This book is available on on Family Tree Maker CD 193—County and Family Histories: Pennsylvania 1740–1900.]
Strassburger and Hinke (1934): Ralph B Strassburger, publisher, and William J Hinke, editor, Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, PA, 1934; reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore, 1980 [also available on the CD Family Tree Maker‘s Immigrants to Pennsylvania, 1600s–1800s, MyFamily.com, Inc, 2003–2004].
Street (1887,1888): Charles R Street, ed, Huntington Town Records, Including Babylon, Long Island, N. Y., published by the Towns of Huntington and Babylon, NY, v 1 (1653–1688), 1887, v 2 (1688–1775), 1888, revised and reprinted in 1954, reprinted 1975 [available on the CD “Huntington Town Records and Much More!”, GenealogyCDs.com, Coram, NY, 2003].
Tamworth 1 (ws): “Tamworth, Staffordshire”, a Wikipedia article.
Tamworth 2 (ws): “Tamworth”, excerpt from William White, History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, Sheffield (1851).
Terry (RW db): Terri Terry, “Terry Family Ancestors and relatives”.
Thatcher (RW db): Duke Thatcher, “Thatchermania”.
Times Atlas (1985): The Times Atlas of the World, Seventh Comprehensive Edition, John Bartholomew & Son Ltd, Edinburgh, and Times Books, New York.
Tom (mpo): Zoe (Hemphill) Tom, ”Re: Lott Rittenhouse / Hannah Higgins, NJ”, message posted on 4 Sep 2009 at Rittenhouse genforum.
Tom (2009): Zoe (Hemphill) Tom, ”Lott Rittenhouse”, at findagrave.com, a resource for finding the final resting place of family, friends, and 'famous' individuals.
Trott (2005): Walt Trott, “Merle Kilgore — Obituary”, Country Music News, Sep.
Ulle (1983): Ulle, Robert F, “The Original Germantown Families”, Mennonite Family History, v 2, no 2 (Apr).
Umstead (ws): at http://www.umstead.org.
Uncapher and Herrick (2002): Wendy K Uncapher and Linda M Herrick, German Maps and Facts for Genealogy, Origins, Janesville, WI.
Vanardy (ws): Varick Vanardy Jr, “Gen. Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”.
van Blargan (ws): Mark J van Blargan, “Descendants of GEORGIUS ? RITTERSHAUSEN”. Includes a fancied descent of the Rittenhouses from Austrian royalty, probably copied from Cassel (1893).
Veit (2003): Richard Veit, ”Current Research–New Jersey: Rosemont, Hunterdon County”, Council for Northeast Historical Archaelogy Newsletter, No 56 (Oct). (If you go to this online .pdf file, scroll to page 9 to see the account of Lott's house.)
Wantsum Channel (ws): ”Wantsum Channel”, a Wikipedia article.
Weisstein (ws): Eric Weisstein, ”Rumford, Benjamin Thompson (1753–1814)”.
Welcome Ancestors (ws): Ancestors Approved for Membership in the Welcome Society, a hereditary society of descendants of passengers on the Welcome and 21 other ships that brought Quaker settlers to William Penn's new colony of Philadelphia in 1682.
Welcome Crossings (ws): Names, loading and arrival dates, and home ports of the ships in Penn's fleet.
William Longsword (ws): “William Longespée, 3rd Earl of Salisbury”, a Wikipedia article.
Williamson (RW db): Steven Williamson, “My Ancestry”.
Winthrop (ws): “John Winthrop”.
Woolverton 1 (ws): “Wolverton Mountain”, as recorded by Claude King (at YouTube).
Wolverton 2 (ws): “Wolverton Mountain”, info and lyrics.
Wolverton 3 (ws): “Wolverton Mountain”, a Wikipedia article.
Wolverton 4 (ws): “Wolverton Mountain”, info and King's original recording with amusing visuals.
Wolverton 5 (ws): “Wolverton Mountain”, info.
Yoder (1980): Don Yoder, editor, Pennsylvania German Immigrants, 1709–1786: Lists Consolidated from Yearbooks of the Pennsylvania German Folklore Society, 1936, 1947, 1948, 1953 (reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore).
Zenderland (1998): L Zenderland, Measuring Minds: Henry Herbert Goddard and the Origins of American Intelligence Testing, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, MA.
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