Another excellent source for info is "The Pittenger Families of New Jersey 1665-1800" by Tress E. Pittenger, Jr.The only copy I've seen is in the Trenton State Library, and I haven't been able to locate him yet to purchase a copy.He uses Wes Pippenger's info, as well as many other researchers, together with public records in US and Europe, Wills, etc. (very well documented). He concludes that Richard Pewtinger b. ca 1643, the immigrant, came to New Jersey with Philip Carteret on the ship Philip just after July 29, 1665; was married to Annetje Anthony, who PROBABLY had Richard II who married Syche Hendrickse. He discusses at length the possible origins of Richard. [Annmarie - he shows Henrick the second son of Richard II, and although the book goes into depth about his descendants, I didn't photocopy that portion - sorry) He also discusses Richard Pittenger the Scot, who purportedly arrived at PerthAmboy in Dec. 1685. It is an indepth study, too lengthy to re-type here and I'm sure I couldn't do it justice in summarizing. He does though give the descendants through the early 1800s - I don't have a full copy of this book, only my own line (Richard the immigrant, Richard II, John (b. about 1707), John Jr. (b. 1746), George (1767), Aaron (ca 1796), Aaron Jr. (1833), Charles (1864). The last 5 generations lived in OakRidge, Passaic Co. and then into Sussex County,NJ.I would like to contact others related to this line.