According to the passenger lists, on Sept 28, 1733, the ship, Richard and Elizabeth, landed in Philadelphia. The captain turned in lists of passengers (male) that included:
Georg Anstet married age 37, George boy age 6 and Johannes boy age 1.
notations said he was from Zutendorf and Gumbrechthoffen Alsace and headed to Bieber Creek which starts near Dryville, Rockland Township, Berks County
he was accompanied by his wife Eva Catharina (Shafer) and a 4 yr old daughter Eva Catherine
There was also, according to Church records in Gumbrechtshoffen a child named Jacob born in 1724, whether he died in infancy or eventually came over separately is unknown.
He does not appear on the 1734 tax lists.
Hans George Angstadt and Eva Catharine had four more children Peter born 1737, Adam 1740, Esther and Barbara.
The 1767 tax lists for Berks County, Ruscumbmanor township, list an Adam Angstatt as owning 102 acres, 1 horse, 2 cattle and 3 sheep for which he paid a tax of 5 pounds. There is a notation next to his name "g. m." (Gun Maker?)
through out the tax lists there are sometimes listed the occupation as farmer, or weaver. sometimes it just says "s.m.", "g. m." or "f. m."
for 1767 in Rockland township, there is John Angstadt with 212 acres, and taxed at 4 pounds, but no occupation listed. Peter Angstadt is listed as paying the single man tax. (yes single men paid a special tax)
There is a listing for George Angstadt,( also no occupation listed, having no land or animals, but he was still charged a tax of 6 pounds, which is really steep for someone that had no land.
John, Abraham and Jacob Angstadt are all listed in Rockland Township in the 1790 census.
The Register of Wills office indicated that letters of Administration were issued for John Angstadt on 8-14-1806, for another John Angstadt on 7-24-1824 and for Jacob Angstadt on Jan 14, 1814.
Peter Angstadt's will was probated on 12-12-1815. I'll have to find the abstract.