Thanks for the answer, David.
As stated earlier, I am trying to see if the Vreeland/Freeland and Terhune relationship which existed in NJ also went to GA. There was a Terhune in 1830 Jasper Co GA, and Lewis Freeland had been there in 1820. Freelands were in northern GA right where your Terhunes were. I hope to determine if the GA Freelands were of Dutch ancestry or English/Scotish ancestry. It may just be coincidence but Freeland/Vreeland and Terhune are not overly common surnames.
It's interesting to me that a Terhune from NJ ended up in GA as an Indian agent for the govt.
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