If you examine a copy of the actual recorded 1736 land warrant, it is obvious the name is Teter not Jeter:
Look toward the bottom of the page where words beginning in 't' are nearby and you will see it was Teter. Go to the following page and see a 'j' word and notice how the scribe made his j's--there is a distinct difference.
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