According to A. P. Pitkin, William Pitkin brought a bound volume of 170 sermons written in his own hand with him to America. These are in the posession of an unnamed descendant at the time "The Pitkin Family of America" is published(1886). In his will, William divided his manuscripts between his sons Roger and William. Does anyone know where these are located now? Do any copies or transcriptions exist?
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