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Ques? John Gibson son of Thomas [Gibson Teaters]
Posted by: jan lala (ID *****7442) Date: June 09, 2007 at 11:47:18
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8 March 1730 -At a court held for James City County in Virginia. Philip Lightfoot one of the executors of Francis Lightfoot dec'd produced 2 accounts against John Gibson & John Smith of North Carolina & Richard Grinsell [who was storekeeper & bookkeeper to sd francis] testified that they were true accounts; that there were accounts against Miles Jackson, Edward Young, Philip Jackson, Francis Young & Gideon Gibson. Signed by R. Hickman, Cl Cur


9 August 1731 - Order to the Provost Marshall to summon Gideon Gibson planter of Bertie Precinct to appear in General Court at Edenton the las Tuesday in Oct next to answer Philip Lightfoot & Benja Harrison excrs of Francis Lightfoot dec'd n a action for 65 pounds. John Palin Chief Justice.


Oct General Court 1731 Philip Lightfoot & Benja Harrison executors of Francis Lightfoot dec'd complained against John Gibson planter of Bertie Precinct. They stated that the defendant at Prince George County in Virginia did on Jan 24 1724 become indebted to the plaintiff; testator in the sum of 5 pounds 2 1/2 sh VA. Signed by David Oshel for the plaintiffs.

WILL OF JOHN WORLEY
I, John Worley am dispersed to make my Will being in perfect health and sense and memory praised be to God for it. In the Name of God Amen, I give my soul to God whom created it and my body to be buried at the decoction of my executive. Then I give to my well beloved wife Ester Worley all my Estate after my debts are paid and the Plantation whereon I now live during her life and then the said Plantation after her life I give to my grandson Charles Maxey to him and his Heirs... Infully begotten and never to be sold and if the Charles Maxey should dye then to fall to John Gibson, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Gibson. Then I give to John Worley younger and my grandson the Plantation where his father now lives and so to a new line I make according to my own pleasure for the division but my will is that my son John Worley shall have the Plantation during his life but no liberty to sell it nor to rent it. Then I give to my son John Worley Junior one shilling starling. Then I give to my son William Worley one shelling starling. Then I give to my daughter Mary Maxey one shilling starling. Then I give to my daughter Elizabeth Gibson one shelling starling. Then I give to my daughter Christian Agee one shelling starling. Then I give to my daughter Jude Smith one shelling starling. And this is to be my last will and Testament, as written in my hand this 22 day of March 1757.

So i aked this question? before, col worley names John Gibson as the son of Thomas Gibson yet John Gibson is also here with Gideon Gibson.
1738- 22 August 1738. William Tetterton of Tyrrell Precinct to Collo. John Worley of same. 16 pounds 10 shillings. 100 acres, joining the Sound, Cypress Swamp, sd William Tetterton. Wit: Thos. Leary, Rebeckeh (x) Ray. Sep Ct 1740
William Tetter Tator ect comes as son inlaw of Worley
William Teterton of the County of Tyrrel in the Province aforesaid being sick in body but of sound and desposing mind and memory thanks be to the Almighty do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following first I recomment my soul to God my Maker and my body to be buried in a Christain like and decent manner at the duretion of my Executors and as to such worldly goods as it has pleased God to bestow upon me I give and despose of the same in manner following Viz.


First - I give and bequeath to my loving wife Elizabeth
William Tetter married Elizabeth Gibson doesnt name the children in his will only wills them cattle.

vTyrrell County
Dated 14 March 1744/5


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In the name of God Amen, the Fourtenth day of March 1744/5 I Thomas Evans of Terrill County & Province of North Carolina PlanterItem - I give will & bequeath to Saml. Tetterton one cow & Calf

Item - I give will & bequeath to Saml. Tetterton one cow & Calf
Samuel Tetter Tator is Williams brother. in the next co, is George Teeder with 2 sons George Tedder jr and Thomas Tettor.
I John Worley of Halifax County North Carolina being very sick but in my proper senses and right mind but calling to mind the mortality of man, I hereby give up my body to (be) buried after a descent manner and my soul to God who gave it. further as to my goods, chattels and lands I desire all my just debts paid and after this would wish to dispose of my Estate as follows, to wit, I give to my son Lovick Worley all my lands I possess on the east side of Hazelnut Branch. I give unto my Grand Daughters Elizabeth and Anne Worley one feather bed and furniture, two woolen wheels and two pair of cards and a linen wheel to be equally divided between them. I also give unto my daughter Mary Moore one half of the land I now live on to take all the South side of my Spring Branch and the balance until she gets half she is to take on the North side of my plantation on the back line. Also I give to my son John Worley the other half of my land I live on when he comes of age and also one half of the rent of the said land until he comes of age. I also give unto my daughter Sarah Worley my stock of all kinds and household goods except ten Ewes and Lambs I give to my two Grand Daughters Elizabeth and Anne Worley. Any crop I desire it may be sold to support the two youngest children on, to wit, Sarah and John. I also give unto my son Joseph Worley and Robert five shillings a piece. I also give unto my daughter Sarah the other half of the rent of my land until my son John is of age and if the said son John should deceased before he comes of age I leave his part of land to my daughter Sarah, this being my last will and testament as witness my hand and seal this 23rd October 1794.
his/John [x] Worley/mark; his/Joseph [x] Williams/mark
I appoint Mariott Davis and George Moore Executors of my Estate
his/Joseph [x] Williams/mark; his/John [x] Worley/mark

So then we see his grandaughter is Eliazabeth and Sarah

John Worley, 3rd appears to have been orphaned at a young ago. He died in 1794, leaving a Will in which he names his sons Lovick Worley, Joseph Worley and Robert Worley.
note joeph worley

pause 4 Mary Doddridge 1748 - 1838
.................................. +Samuel Teter [Gibson ]
.............................. 4 Anne Doddridge
.................................. +Joseph Worley
Joseph Worley was the brother inlaw of Capt Samuel Gibson Teater
1786 pitt county nc.
Eliza Tettarton -
2 elizabeth tettar has 2 girls i boy. 1786 Elizabeth Titer arrived with husband Thomas Renolds Reynolds a horse trader from North Carolina to Madison Kentucky 1786, whereupon they bought 100 acres from lt. Ensign George William Teater.
then Elizabeth would be Elizabeth of John Worley granduaghter.

Several historical notes Jordan Gibson was noted as the cheif scout of both Daniel Boone and Squire Boone and a Gideon Gibson as well. Squire boone was in law of lt Ensign George William Teater, and Charles Gibson went on with the Teaters and Boones to Missouri he was Jordan Gibsons son. Its noted that clayurn Teater said that his grandfather went into kentucky with Daniel Boone on the 1st trip
1767 - Reaches Kentucky and hunts along the Big Sandy River
if this was the case then most likely Jordan Gibson was in this party.
I got lt Ensign George William Teater being wounded or ill at the same place agian in 1777 chasing the shawneeSummer of the year 1777 he served a tour of two months in the militia under the officers above named -- they did not have a fight with the Indians that Camaign, Capt. Edmundson & his company pursued them as far as Sandy River, and judging from their trail & the freshess of the signs we had nearly overtaken the Indians & was prevented further pursuit after them in consequence of the sickess of George Teter whom we could not leave, & had not sufficient force to divide, for previous to his sicness the detachment had been divided & sent in different directions after the enemy
I have lt Ensign George William Teater being shot by indians with Boone in the cumberland gap 1779 In the year 1779 his father moved from that state to what is now the state of Kentucky.



I was then about sixteen years of age. On our way from Virginia, at Cumberland Mountain, the Indians fired on us and defeated us, killing one man and wounding two men my father being one of them. a year earlier Daniel Boone had Capt samuel Gibson Teater 2nd command at siege of Boonesboro.
1704 Virginia Rent Roll

Gibson Gibey James City County
Gibson Hubert Prince George County
Gibson Jno. York County
Gibson Jonathan Essex County
Gibson Tho Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul
Gibson Widdo King & Queen County
In 1704 there was a John Gibson and Thomas Gibson yet John worley named John Gibson as the son of Thomas Gibson
Here is one Thomas with a son John no wife7 November 1734
I Thomas Gibson Senior of St. Martins Par., Hanover Co. Sick and weak but
of sound mind and memory do make this my Last will and Testament. I recommend my soul to
the hand of Almighty God and my body to the earth. After all my debts and funeral charges are
paid I give to my loving son Thomas Gibson 50 a. of land; to my well beloved son John Gibson
50 a. of land; to be well beloved daughter Nice? Nicks wife of Edward Nicks, Frances Humdrey
and Mary Brook one Shilling each; to my well beloved son Edward Nicks awhom I do hereby
constitute sole Exor. of this my will and Testament my house likewise my stock of hogs and cattle
together with all my Estate goods and Chattels moveable and unmovable to enable him to bring
up my Children John Gibson, Valentine Gibson also William Robertson. I do hereby utterly
revoke and make void all former wills made by me.

Thomas (+) Gibson Wit: Isaac (x) Johnson, James (x) Phillips, G. Gillingham, School Mstr. 7 Nov.
1734 proved by oaths of the witnesses.
REF: Hanover Co., VA Court Records, 1733-1735
[See 170 Lunenburg Tax List]
I Gilburt Gibson do if please God I should die on my jurney from house to South Carolina or elsewhere I shall and do appoint my wife my whole and sole Executrix and if I return home to be void it otherwise determined before the 3 witnesses William Tharp Smith, Edward Sain, Lightfoot x Smith.

To John Lemay 200 acres of land lying and being on Ballingers Creek in Albemarle County
1 negro wench named Kate, 1 horse, 1 mare, 1 bed and furniture, 2 cows, 2 head of sheep, 1 iron pott, 1 dish, 2 pewter basons, 2 plates, half a dozen spoons, 1 gun, 1 table and 1 chest
when to age.

To Samuel Lemay 1 cow with her first calf to be delivered when of age.

To Sarah Lemay 1 cow with her first calf to be delivered on the day of marriage.

Gideon Gibson 200 acres and other personal property.
Jordon Gibson 200 agres and other personal property.
Tabitha Gibson 100 acres and other personal property.
Mary Gibson 100 acres and other personal property.
Lend to George Gibson and wife Susanna the plantation he now lives during his and his wife’s life.
Lend to Benjamin Brannum and Francis his wife the plantation he now lives during his and his
wife’s life.
Also mentions a child hereafter be born.
Wife Sarah was Executrix. SARAH. WHO WORLEY ?

At a Court held for Louisa County the 22nd day of Feb. 1757 this Deed of Gift was acknowledged.
Gilbert Gibson names Jordan Gibson as his son
1751
Granville Co NC [became Orange in 1753] Thomas Gibson received 640 acres on the south side of Flatt River joining John Collins on the "Rocky Branch" He later sells part of this land to Joel Gibson in 1770.


1751 Granville County, North Carolina

List of Tythables on Dan River for the Year 1751
Mr Nathnll Guest
Christopher & Negor Jo 3
John Gibson
Edward Nicks
John Gibson 2
lt Ensign George William Teater was in Gist Guess co lord Dunmores war, Nataniel Gist was partners of capt richard Pearis Cherokee Traders lt Ensign George William Teater was Capt Richard Pearis son inlaw.
Gibsons revolution pension note race Indian.

so questions who the Thomas Gibson, father of john whos daughter Elizabeth Gibson married William Tetter. its obvious capt Samuel Gibson Teater carried his mOthers maiden name as his middle name.
2 question who was the Indian granny what Tribe ect?

NOTE THERE WAS 4 GEORGE TETERS, OF THE TIME.
One was a German Dunker lived and died a quiet life in a nice German village Penn. the other was the son in of of luthern German minister what is Pendelton co vVrginia there was George Tedder jr of dobbs nc aslo a Rev Patriot, and there was [lt. George William Teater] Scotch Presbyterian Slave owner of Garrard Kentucky ,who was in law of Capt Richard Pearis and Squire boone, its easy to get the 4 of them mixed up in addition to that there was a John Teaters a german a John Tutor english that also lived in Washington co Virginia same time as lt Ensign George William Teater and thier was another John Tedor went into Madison Ky same time as lt George William Teater. George william Teater married Sarah Pearis his son George Teater jr married Mary Van cleave Niece of Squire Boone , to confuse matters worse 4 of the 5 varuious Teters 2nd generation all migrated to Missouri same time and they all had the same name s John George Samuel William ect ,the Ky line usaually carried Pearis Paris as middle name




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