Joyce you appear to be relying on created
mythical information. This information was created without proper research by a manuscript of Prof Joseph Kellogg.
These articles were then promoted in book the Teater family of Kentucky. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The George Teater who married Sarah Pearis headstone gives his proper date of bith. 1736 the words 79 yrs death in the yr 1815 make George Teater born 1736. Therefore he was not Joh Geo Dieter born 1739.
The Will of Richard Pearis Dec 1794 leaves land to his daughter Sarah. The Sarah Pearis married to George Teater
had been dead for 6 months prior to this. Her headstone is with George about 20 yrds below the tomb of Daniel Boone at the DAR section in the state cemetery Frankfort. The stones were removed from the Teater farm to the State cemetery.
You cannot will anything to a daughter who was dead. Extensive records show Sarah was a daughter of George Pearis
Richards elder brother and one of mixed blood Indian wives
from the Catawaba nation..
Gov David Campbell wrote and stated George Teater was Scotch Irish . The Teater Caleb Conner family left a written record of the history of Ft Wayne Indiana the Teaters of Kentucky were Scotch Irish.
The Teaters of Kentucky Y male DNA results prove scientificly George Teaters DNA is Haplogroup r1b Celtic.
It matchs to the Kellys and Mccellans of Scotland and Ireland. In the internationl data base there are no matchs to anyone in Germany Holland Swiss ect. The DNA only matchs the Scotch Irish families of N Ireland and Scotland..
There no written records of George Teater ever using the name Dieter or John
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