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Re: Jacob Teter SAM - GEORGE TEATER FACTS
Posted by: jan lala (ID *****7442) Date: July 26, 2007 at 06:08:54
In Reply to: Re: Jacob Teter/Teater b 1780/84 MD by jan lala of 985

BIRTHDATES
Samuel Teater was born January __1735; Mary Teter was born January 5th 1748; Samuel Teter their son was born August 26th 1770; Susannah Teater was born April 20th 1773; George Teter was born Sept 26th 1775; John Teater was born January 11th 1777; Charity Teter was born November 21st 1779; Mary Teter was born June 9th 1782; Daniel Teter was born April 11th 1787
1758 - 17 Feb.,
an appraisal of the estate of Col. James Patton (he was
killed by Indians
in 1753) indicated that Paulser "Melser" had owed money to estate
for land purchased 17 Jan. 1754.

1759 - Augusta Co., VA "Palzer Smalzer" purchased 440 acres in Draper Tract
part of a patent on Crab Creek A (same property as above).

1761 - Augusta Co., VA "Palzer Smelzer" vs. Frederick "Stem" of New River.
The warrant was "kept off by force of arms". (Chronicles of the
Scotch Irish Settlement in Virginia Records of Augusta Co., VA 1745-1800
by Lyman Chalkley) (Note: Frederick Stern was a neighbor who in
1750 surveyed and in 1755 was granted land at mouth of New River and
Crab Creek. Stern sold his land in 1768 to George
Teeter)
Washington Co, VA Surveys, Page 277 - John PORTERFIELD - 150 ac. on a fork of Bakers Creek, waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River - Commissioners Certificate - granted to George TETOR - Beginning corner to Hugh JOHNSONS land - corner to Crose KEETONS land - February 13, 1785 - George TETOR - 150 ac. on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holston - 60 ac. surveyed on January 16, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770 - August 30, 1781 - Assigned to Daniel RILEY on October 9, 1783. Signed: George TETOR. Witness: Aaron LEWIS - Assigned to John PORTERFIELD on March 9, 1785. Signed: Daniel RILEY. Witness: Aaron LEWIS.
1782 TAX LIST JOHN GIBSON JAMES GIBSON
1755 Will of Joseph Toops; no probate; brother John, all my estate; executor: George Smith, Charles Hunter; Witnesses: James Macay, Zubulan Stout. Debts owed by or to said Toops: John Finly, Benjamin Rowgerson, Thomas Evans, James Gill, Swearington, Richard Parris, James Dylon, Marmaduke Chaimbrell [Kimbrough], John Hamby, James Deason, Daniel Garrot, Edward King, Vallentine, William Adam, Wm Ridge, Scoton Davis, William Harrison, John Parker, Capt. Bryuan, John Morris.
5 Jan. 177356,544 The Cummings Petition, Location of the Homes of the Signers
Call to Reverend Cummings
A call from the united congregations of Ebbing and Sinking Springs, on Holston's River, Fincastle County, to be presented to the Rev. Charles Cummings, minister of the Gospel, at the Rev'd Presbytery, of Hanover, when sitting at the Tinkling Spring: Worthey and Dear Sir: We being in very destitute circumstances for want of the ordinances of Christ's house statedly administered amongst us under distressing spiritual languishment, and multitudes perishing in our sins for want of the bread of life broken among us; our Sabbaths too much profaned, or at least wasted in melancholy silence at home; our hearts and hands discouraged; our spirits broken with our mournful condition, so that human language cannot sufficiently paint
GEORGE TEETOR THOMAS EVANS
his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provisions made by the act of Congress passed June 7th 1832. States that he was born in the month of February 1763 in Botetourt County [Note: In 1763 Botetourt County was still a part of Augusta County], State of Virginia. In the year 1779 his father moved from that state to what is now the state of Kentucky. SAMUEL TEATER THE SON OF GEORGE WM TEATER AND SARAH PEARIS
Samuel Teeter give and bequeath unto two of my grandchildren Ann Elizabeth Townsley and Henry Clay Daw [Note: Charity Teeter appears to have previously died during childbirth. Her husband was James Dow.], to be equally divided of their mothers part of my Est. which was Charity Daw Soldiers under Col. GEORGE WASHINGTON in Old Virginia Regiment: GEORGE TEETER - under Capt. Gist of First Virginia, 1760. George Teater was a Soldier of the American Revolution
Source: DAR Nat. Application No. 776865: By member at large, Betha Christine Agee; 925 Lilly Drive; Lexington, KY 40504. Filed Jan. 29, 1997.
Source: DAR Nat. Application No. 710709: By Ava Amy Teater Powell, wife of Richard Powel, 8711 N. W. 121 Street; Grimes, Iowa; filed on July 30, 1987.
Source: Kegley's Virginia Frontier: The Beginning of the Southwest- the Roanoke of Colonial days -1740-1783 by F. B. Kegley - published 1938 - pages 272 -273 274. Part 1, Service Records - French & Indian War - Botetourt County, Virginia.


George Teter a resident of Washington County Virginia was a Revolutionary War Soldier of Washington County Virginia from 1776 until 1783 with the rank of Ens/Va. George Teter is in a list of military officers of Washington County Virginia.
Source: Summers History of South West Virginia, pages 864 and 855.


George Teater is listed "...from Washington County Virginia, he served as Sergeant/Ensign." He served in the French and Indian War prior to 1760 under Capt. Christopher Gist. The Company of Regulars was the First Virginia Regulars from Botetourt County Va. as listed for December of 1779.
Source: Annals of South West Virginia, page 1408.
Parris as executors to this my last will and testament ratifying and confirming this, and revoking all others. In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this 25th day of July 1815. UPON DEATH 79 YRS OLD FREES HIS OWN NEGRO SLAVE WOMAN MILLIE



Signed sealed and delivered by the said George Teter.



NB [?] My Negro woman Milley at my death is to be her own free woman.
BEDFORD 1768 TAX LIST FREEMEN SAMUEL TEETER

1789 MADISON TAX LIST.
GEORGE TEETER SR
GEORGE TEETER JR
GEORGE TEETER SR
GEORGE TEETER JR
SAMUEL TEETER
SAMUEL TEETER
4 Mary Doddridge 1748 - 1838
.................................. +Samuel Teter
.............................. 4 Anne Doddridge
.................................. +Joseph Worley
HALIFAX NORTH CAROLINA WILL
leaving a Will in which he names his sons Lovick Worley, Joseph Worley and Robert Worley.
Johann Georg Dieder, b. March 9, 1739, baptized April 29, 1739, m. Mari Catherine. Children: Johannes Diter, b. March 26, 1769, baptized April 9, 1769; Anna Marie Diether, b. April 17, 1771, baptized May 5, 1771; Elisabetha Diter, b. June 22, 1773, baptized October 3, 1773; Johann Georg Dieder, b. December 12, 1775, baptized January 5, 1776 in Delbehaden township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Source- "The Deter Family History, A Genealogy, Beginning with Johann Georg Dieder, Born in 1739." From the DETER family line written in the 1850 S, These Deters came on the SHIP ALLEN. were anabaptists [dunkers] and setteled in Pennsylvania

So there you have the Dieters that came on the ship Allen documented by the German book of the Dunkers the Deter line say both father and son where buried in penn therfore not usefull reareach in regards to George Teater and Samuel Teater,

Samuel Teaters own personal Bible he wrote he was born 1735 therfore he was not the Samuel Teter born 1737
George William Teater was born 1736 A YOUNGER BROTHER OF CAPT SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER
GEORGE TEATER WAS LISTED CAPT SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER ON THE CUMBERLAND MUSTER ROLLS FRENCH INDIAN WAR.

GEORGE TEATER SETTLED ON CRAB CREEK NEXT TO HIS FATHER INLAW RICHARD PEARIS WHO LIVED ADJECENT AT DUNKERS BOTTOMS HIS 2ND PROPERTY WAS BAKERS CREEK LATER 1777 WASHINGTON CO.
HIS 1ST COUSINS JOHN GIBSON AND JAMES GIBSON LIVED THERE AS WELL THEN MOVED BACK TO NORTH CAROLINA 1785
NOTICE SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER NAMED A DAUGHTER CHARITY AFTER A FEMALE RELATIVE OF OLD SAMEUL TETERTON NC. THE HIS NEPHEW SAMUEL TEATER NAMED DAUGHTER CHARITY AFTER SAMUEL GIBSONS DAUGHTER CHARITY
BASICALLY SAMUEL TETER NAMED ALL KIDS AFTER GEORGE S KIDS AND VICE VERSA.
ITS ALWAYS BEEN SAID THAT RICHARD PEARIS HAD NOTHING IN ROWAN CO , YET THE ABOVE WILL SHOWS HE DID WITH THOMAS EVANS THE FATHER INLAW OF SAMUEL TETERTON NC
NOTICE JOSEPH WORLEY NC AND SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER MARRIED 2 SISTER JOSEPH WORLEY WAS ALSO A RELATIVE OF WILLIAM TETERTON NORTH CAROLINA
THERFORE ALL THE DOCUMENTSABOVE ARE RAW DATA NOT LEGENDS OR MYTHS
FACT IS GEORGE TEATER AND SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER WERE SONS OF WILIAM TETERTON AND ELIZABETH GIBSON TYRRELL NORTH CAROLINA. THE BROTHERS MAY HAVE GONE WITH THE DOBBS MILITIA DANIEL BOONE THE SAME YEAYER OR THEY MIGHT HAVE GONE WITH RICHARD PEARIS 1755
THOMAS EVANS WAS THE FATHER INLAW OF SAMUEL TETERTON HIS NEPHEW WAS THE COMMANDER OF THE ROWAN MILITIA 1759 AND REMOVED TO BOTETOURT SAME PLACE AS GEORGE TEATER
GEORGE TEATER NOTED ABOVE WAS SCOTCH PRESBYTERIAN NOT ANY GERMAN CHURCH DUNKER OR LUTHERAN.
CAPT SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER WAS LISTED BY DANIEL BOONE AS 2ND IN COMMAND SIEGE OF BOONESBORO 1778.
MEANS THATMEANS HIS FORT HOME WAS CRUMINE PENN BUT HE ACTUALLY LIVED AND HUNTED FOR A LIVING IN KENTUCKY.
SO THERE ARE THE FACTS THE TETERTONS WERE ENGISH SCOTCH AND TUSCARORA INDIAN AND GEORGE AND SAMUEL WERE NO WAY CONNNECTED TO ANY GERMAN DUNKERS THAT CAME ONA SHIP ALLEN, NOR WERE THEY IN ANYWAY CONNECTED TO ANY JOHN GEORGE TETER.


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