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The Strassburger family and allied families of Pennsylvania; being the ancestry of Jacob Andrew Strassburger, esquire, of Montgomery county, Pennsylvania, by his son Ralph Beaver Strassburger.

Main Author: Strassburger, Ralph Beaver, 1883-1959.
Language(s): English
Published: Gwynedd Valley, Pa. : Printed for private circulation, 1922.
Subjects: Ziegler family
Strassburger, Jacob Andrew, > 1849-1908
Strassburger family
Stout family
Shoemaker family
Schwenke family
Markley family
Lederach family
Landis family
Kolb family
Kern family
Jaeger family
Hartzell family
Dotterer family
Clements family
Bowers family
Lederach family.
Clements family.
Ziegler family.
Kolb family.
Shoemaker family.
Dotterer family.
Markley family.
Landis family.
Bowers family.
Schwenk family.
Kern family.
Hartzell family.
Stout family.
Jaeger family.
Strassburger, Jacob Andrew, > 1849-1908.
Strassburger family.
Physical Description: 520 p. front., illus., plates (1 fold.) ports. geneal. tab., facsims. 27 cm.
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