Yes its hard to follow sometime , please see the top ,post says I got wrong Teters from my cousin , i think he s cousin by his last name. George and Samuel are not from Maryland. they are from North Carolina. the George Teater of Kentucys head stone says he was born 1736 , therefore not the George Teater born 1739. there is not one document anywhere that shows his name was John.
the John George Teter of opequon may have gone back to Penn . who are sons exactly i see he had only son the one born 1739..
The tax lists of bedford start 1768 when the French Indian war was over there was no way to tell who went in out, the original settlers Archor Worley was the son of Col John Worley inlaw to the Samuel Teterton and William Teterton of North Carolina on the post [Says I got the wrong Teters] you will see the e mail to me from one of the original writers of the book Teaters of Kentucy which also states the George Tetaer of kentucy is not the one born 1739.
there is one indication of george and samuel did they may have been Longhunters and fur traders until 1768 after the French Indian war. Samuel is stated as a single man on the Bedford tax list that whole area was a no mans land which was controlled by the origiginal settlers of the 1720s the Powells and Rays Huffs seem to be major players. you can also see Thomas Girty the brother of Simon Girty too..
Daniel Boone states Samuel Gibson Teater was him 1778 in Kentucky. means he lived in Bedofrd and later Washington co PA. he worked in Kentucky as a Longhunter seems mostly alone. or witha few trappers out of sight. you note William Tator Teterton died 1750s so that most likley why George and Samuel didnt go back
Elizabeth Gibson was a half tuscarora Christian Indian the sister of William and James and Walter Gibson well known regulators of North Carolina and most likely the sister of the mother of the famous general Elijah Clark..
George and Samuel have notes in maryland only as in the military during the French Indian war as did Richard Pearis George Teater s father inlaw who was a resident of Fredrick co but traded and worked in Tenn NC and South Carolina.
the john teaters of washington county arrived from somewhere 1780s. yet he is noted also as John[ tuter] which means he could be one of the Tedders or Tuders from NC. as well.
The John George Teter of the ship allen is buried in Penn as is his son John George Teter in the same graveyard both of them never set foot in Virginia., the John George Teter whos son was batized in 1739 may have gone back to Penn, this I couldnt say for sure but he is not in any way related to George Teater of Kentucky or Samuel Gibson Teater..
Samel Gibson Teater is noted between his home in Washington co and KY. he is noted as Going with Harris and Igous to Ohio from KY also the man named George Tedder and his son George Tedder JR of Dobbs NC is also noted there and George Tedders brother Thomas Tettor son is also noted there as well as Thomas Teater. this line comes by a old George Tedder Teeder of Beafort NC Samuel Teterton William Teterton also had brother or cousin Jacob Teterton James Teterton who are well noted as just Teder especially James.
There was also a Thornas Teder of old st peters parish virginia d 1717. George Teater named his eldest Samuel after Samuel Gibson Teater 2nd George after himself or uncle of beaufort his 3rd William after his father Willian Teterton of Tyrrell nc
The rest after Richard Pearis family and one after the preacher Lewis Craig.
Samuel appears to be named after Williams brother Samuel. Gibson is the mothers maiden name,.
I do think the the Jacob Teater of Russell co is the son of John Teaters Tuter ect becuse Jacob noted he was from Washington co, they were a newley arrived family about 1780 . So from where? still looking. its always been said Richard Pearis was not in Rowan co 1750s I can prove he was..
The Goerge Teator of 1744 Fredrick CO could be George Jeter formerly of Orange co 1730s Jeter is a french huguenot name
whom they also spelled Teter and Tedder. or he could be George Tetnor also listed there. there is only one Teter who is documented as a married to a Gibson thats William Teterton the brother of Samuel Teterton of Tyrrell North Carolina a relative of Col John Worley the father of Archor Worley and grandfather of Joseph Worley who married Samuel Gibsons Teaters wife sister, the John George Teter of the ship allen is well documented in a dunker book called the Deter line and is buried with his son John George Teter JR in Penn. they are dunkers dont own slaves dont fight. the George Teater of kentucky and his sons were huge slavers and well known soldiers.
George Teater and Samuel Teater wouldnt have any notes before the French Indian war to young. most of the Rowan co people or a big majority of them removed from the Beaufort and Johnson Tyrrell Granville areas to Rowan around early 50s to 60s.
I think as you know germans didnt slave didnt fued intermarry with indians or melungeons the Teaters of kentucky did, feud ,did slave .and thourghly intermixed with Indians and Melungeons
if you look over the Wagoner rolls Cumberland muster rolls its mainly Scotch Irish and English Soldiers Washington Maryland Dinnwiddie didnt promote young German Dunckers to command those people that would have caused a mutiny.
In other words to be a Brittish Officer and command Scotch Irsh and english soldier one had to be Brittish and most likey from a brittish miltary family background that would be Col Worley William Tetertons Inlaw
The 1st settlers of Bedford were Scotch Irish mixed English Indian had Indian wives can be traced to North Carolina and Virginia such as Samuel Gibson Teater the son of William Tator Teterton and Elizabeth Gibson who was Half Indian
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