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Re: Teater Pearis Gibson Longhunters French Indian 2war1
Posted by: jan lala (ID *****7442) Date: August 05, 2007 at 04:01:45
In Reply to: Teater Pearis Gibson Longhunters French Indian War1 by jan lala of 985

Ancient North Carolina

1722 Albemarle Co tax list Thos. Spires
Thomas Boon a Virginian with 380 A and no polls
William Boon 400 A, 2 polls
Joseph Boon 975 A, 1 poll
list of Jno Worley
WILL LISTEvans, Thomas 1732 Chowan
Evans, Thomas 1745 Tyrrell
THOMAS EVANS FATHER INLAW OF SAMUEL TETERTON AKA TEDER FATHER OF GEEORGE TEDDER AND BENJAMIN TEDDER BEAUFORT NC. BROTHER OF WILLIAM TETERTON KA TATOR.
LEARY, RICHARD
Secretary of State
Colony of North Carolina
Tyrrell County
Dated 20 April 1738
Item - I give & bequeath unto my son Thomas Leary one new Bugy to be purchased by my Executors hereafter named out of the profits of my Estate as my Executors shale have opportunity. THOMAS LEARY AND FRIEND OF HENRY GIBSON ADMISTRATOR OF WILLIAM TATORS TETERTONS WIL
Worley, John 1740 Tyrrell
Worley, Lovick 1754 Tyrrell
Worsley, John 1750 Beaufort
Worsley, John 1760 County
Worsley, Thomas 1737 Bath

THE WORLEYS SON ARCHOR WORLEY SETTLED INDIAN TRADER 1729 SWEETWATER RAYSTOWN NOW KNOWN AS BEDFORD COL JOHN WORLEY FATHER INLAW OF THOMAS LEARY WHO ADMINISTRATES WILLIAM TETERTON WILL.
Will in which he names his sons Lovick Worley, Joseph Worley and Robert Worley. JOSEPH WORLEY BROTHER IN LAW OF CAPT SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER GRANDON OF JOHN WORLEY NEPHEW OF ARCHOR WORLEY 1ST SETTLER OF SWEETWATER NOW BEDFORD
Perquimans Court feb 1693 Calob calloway enters headrights for Indian boy. dec141715 which entry tax paid by Sanders an Indian land and Tythables
Currituck Precint 1720 paid on Sue an Indian Woman , Davy a Indian man
from J . King
Whitley, North Carolina Headrights A List of Names, 1663-1744
Secretary of State Records, Albemarle Book of Warrants and Surveys 1681-1706, SADAH. [S.S. 978.1]

P.2: Certificates of Rights
Juliana TAYLOR proved 10 rights: Henry HUDSON, Mary HUDSON [torn] HUDSON, John TAYLOR, Anne TAYLOR, James WATSON, John BLITH, [torn] a NEGROE, SANDERS AN INDIAN, Juliana TAYLOR. [n.d.]

P.14 (reverse) Old Warrants- Albemarle. Tho. BLOUNT, 500 a., for transportation of 10 persons 29 Mar. 1680. James BLOUNT Ursula RODGERS James BLOUNT junior Eliz. his wife Jno BLOUNT Jno. CURRIER Edw. ROE his [torn] Nightingale and two Children not baptized.

P.146 Albemarle ss. Julianay TAYLOR, 500 a., 14 Mar. 1694. Persons Henry, Mary, Julianah, Hudson,
Jno. TAYLOR, An TAYLOR, Ja. WATSON, Jno BLITH, Sarah a Negro, SANDERS INDIAN, Julianah TAYLOR her freedom Right, 10.
Four of these assigned to Johanah TAYLOR and two viz. SANDERS INDIAN and SARAH NEGRO assigned to Jane BYARD.
Survey and return for Johanah TAYLOR, 164a., 23 Mar. 1696/7.
Survey and return for Mr. Menj. LAKER, 187 a., 125 a. per this warrant, 62 a. per warrant dated 17 Jan. 1693/4., 23 Apr. 1697.

NCGSJ-Aug 91, pp.130/131
Three Tax Lists of Perquimans Co., NC by Raymond A. Winslow, Jr.
1715 Tythables
[first page]
. . .
SANDERS YE INDIAN 1 -: 5:- -: -: -
Hen: GRACE 1 -: 5:- -:11: 2
SAMLL: SIZEMORE 1 -: 5:- -: 3: -
. . .
Wm Davis 1 1718 currituck
John Peny 1
Henr. Gibson 1
Geo. Stiring 1
Robt. Peyton 8
Total 45
Taken by Thomas E[vans?] [Con]stable of Sand bankes
William Gibson to Robert Sanders of Hal 21 nov 1763 24 [gr brit 100] a , granv to John Lee jng Buncombes. S.W. Colo Lee John Lees former line William Gibson wit John Daniels
John Deloach Thomas Rahley.
Recd jan 1764
Tyrrell 1755 tax list
William Tatorton
John Tatorton
John ross. ross family. William Teater
Tyrrell tax list 1785
John Gibson
Willaim Teterton
Tyrrell 1790
Ephraim Teterton
William Teterton
John Gibson
Samuel Gibson
Tyrell 1734 family Wiliam Teterton Samuel Teterton James Teterton Jacob Teder to 1755 Beuafort Benjamin Tedder George Tedder George Tedder jr Thomas Tettor
Hen: Gibson CURRITUCK 1720 TAX LIST
2 Ric: Sanderson Esq.
Will: negr. m
woman: Ditt
6 Wm: Lerrey leary
[Tho: Lerrey leary]

Jac: negr. m
nan: negr. w
Fran: Ditto
Sare: Dito
Wm: Williams
son: Stephen
Jac: negr. m
Bess: Ditto. w
Sue: Ind. w 4
102 Deed
Patin

Patin
5 Wm: Swann
Tom: Hall Mallt.
Lewis: Ind. m
Cro: neg. m
Nan: neg. w
Fos: Jarvis
Jac: Negr. m
Davy: Ind: man
Jac: negr. m 2 365
320 Patin
Dito
4 Jos: Church
Tony: negr. m
Juda: negr. w
Hana: negr. w 1 730 Patin
3 Hen: White wife Margartet Teterton
Dic: negr. m
Hana: Ditto.
I William Teterton of the County of Tyrrel in the Province
I give and bequeath to my loving wife Elizabeth, [was Gibson]
and appoint my frend [Thomas Leary] Executor and my loving wife Elizabeth William (his -x- mark) Taterton
1744/5 I Thomas Evans of Terrill County
I give will & bequeath to Saml. Tetterton one cow & Calf
Halifax Worley, Joseph Worley and Robert Worley.
4 Mary Doddridge 1748 - 1838
.................................. +Samuel Teter
.............................. 4 Anne Doddridge
.................................. +Joseph Worley
................... 3 John Biggs 1710 -
1755 Tax List
Tyrrell County, North Carolina
Biggs, Joseph ,John Ross Ross - teater
Taterton, John 1
Tatorton, William
Worly, Joshua
1755 Beaufort George Tedder SR
George Tedder JR
Thomas Tedder Tettor
Benjamin Tedder Thomas Worley
George Tedder SR Benjamin sons of Samuel Tetterton and Mary Evans after Benjamin evans George evans.
GIBSON , Frances , MEREDITH , John ,25, Dec , 1771 , Guilford Co. , NC

GIBSON , James , ROBINSON , Rebecca ,10, Mar , 1787 , Rowan Co. , NC

GIBSON , Jane O. , LAWING , Samuel ,23, Sep , 1856 , Mecklenburg Co. , NC

GIBSON , John , LOCKE , Elizabeth ,13, Jan , 1775 , Rowan Co. , NC

GIBSON , Jonathan , KINGHAM , Sarah ,9, Sep , 1755 , Chowan Co. , NC

GIBSON , Joseph , MC CREE , Mary ,16, Dec , 1789 , Rowan Co. , NC

GIBSON , Sarah , FULKERSON , Abraham ,2, Jul , 1788 , Rowan Co. , NC
BOONE , James , BRYAN , Rebecca ,14, Aug , 1756 , Yadkin River , NC

BOONE , Squire , VAN CLEFT , Jane ,11, Jul , 1765 , Rowan Co. , NC
FROST , Ebenezer , FAIRCHILD , Sarah ,5, Dec , 1769 , Rowan Co. , NC

FROST , Ebenezer , WILSON , Elizabeth ,2, Nov , 1775 , Rowan Co. , NC
Durant, George. Albemarle County. May 25, 1730. September 29,1730. Son: George. Daughters: Anne Durant, Mary Durant, Sarah Durant, Elizabeth Durant. Friend: Anne Longlarther. Executors: Zebulon Clayton, Richard Whidbee (brothers). Witnesses: Thomas Snowden, Elizabeth Gibson, John Stevens. Will proven before Richard Everard. (Abstract of Wills, by Grimes CHOWAN DEEDS.

HENRY GIBSON MARRIED A HIGH RANKING CHRISTIAN TUSACARORA WOMAN ,CHILDREN CONFIRMED ARE WALTER GIBSON WILLIAM GIBSON JAMES GIBSON ELIZABETH GIBSON
MOST POSSIBLE MARY GIBSON ELIJAH GIBSON.
THE LINE OF JAMES GIBSON BROTHER OF ELIZABETH AND UNCLE OF GEORGE WILLIAM TEATER AND SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER
IS MARY GIBSON JOHN GIBSON SAMUEL GIBSON.
SAMUEL GIBSON CAN BE FOUND IN BEDFORD ABOUT 1770 A 1ST COUSIN OF CAPT SAM GIBSON TEATER.
Captain Benjamin Merrell &

The Regulators of Colonial North Carolina
Gibson, James

Gibson, Silverster

Gibson, Walter

Gibson, William
7 Jan 1765 -- Book 3, Page 173: JOHN COLSON of Anson, to JOHN CULPEPPER of same, planter, for ₤40 proc. money... 200 A on Brown Cr, S side PD... JOHN COLSON (SEAL), Wit: ELIJAH GIBSON, JOHN PRESLER, CHAS. HARRINGTON.

22 Feb 1765 -- Book 3, Page 337: WALTER GIBSON of Anson, to SHADRACH HOGAN of same, for ₤10 proc. money...100 A on SW side Pee Dee, adj. BENJ. MOORMAN, Rockey River, granted to GIBSON 5 Dec 1760... WALTER GIBSON (W) (SEAL), Wit: JOSEPH CULPEPPER, ELIJAH CLARK (X). Recorded July Term 1766, THOS. FROHOCK, C.C.

22 Apr 1765 -- Book 3, Pp. 189-190: JOHN GIBSON of Anson, to JOHN RYLE of same, planter, for ₤40... 140 A granted to sd. GIBSON on S side Rockey River, granted 2 Nov 1764...JOHN GIBSON (SEAL), Wit: JOSEPH CULPEPPER, CHARLES HARRINGTON.
296-(314) Articles of agreement between WHITMELL TUFDICK, WILLIAM ROBERTS, WILLIAM CAIN, WILLIAM BLOUNT, TOM SMITH, JOHN SMITH, & LEWIS TUFDICK of Bertie Co., chieftans of the Tuscarora Indians on Roanoke River to ZEDEKIAH STONE of same. 10 Feb 1777. Sd chieftains were desirous that sd STONE should clear land, joining Coniack Neck, TITUS EDWARDS, Cesars Island, the river. Sd STONE agrees not to disturb JOSEPH LLOYD & THOMAS SMITH & SARAH HICKS. Sd STONE will be permittd to occupy the sd land for the space of 99 years. SIGNED BY: William Basket, Molley Smith, Benja. Smith, Sarah Hicks, Sarah Baskett, Watt & Gibson, Whitmell Tuffdick, Thomas (x) Smith, John Rodgers, Samuel Bridgers, William Roberts, Wineoak Charles, ZEdekiah Stone, John Owens, Thomas Baskett, William (x) Caine, Edward (x) Blount, John (x) Smith, James (x) Mitchell, John (x) Randle, William (x) Blount, Lewis (x) Tufdick, William (x) Pugh, West Whitmell (x) Tuffdick. WITNESSES: Thomas Pugh, Jr., Titus Edwards, Thos. Pugh, Sr.. May Court 1777. John Johnston Clerk of Court
WALTER GIBSON SIGNED AS ONE OF THE TUSCARORA CHIEFS AND THIS ACT WAS ABOUT THE FINAL END OF ALL THE FRIENDLY CHRISTIAN TUSCARORA TRIBE OF NORTH CAROLINA
RICHARD WORLEY NORTH CAROLINA PIRATE HANGED SC. FEB 17 1719
HISTORY OF BEDFORD
The Kernel Of Greatness, a traditional story was included which stated that a "recorded" settlement of eleven families took place in the year 1728 by a group of Virginians. In that year, Joseph Powell, a grandson of Thomas Powell, led a group of thirteen other men into the Town Creek Valley to look for a place to settle. The group consisted of Powell and Herodeus Blue, Philip Brandwater, Robert Fleethart (Freehart), Michael Huff, Richard Iiames, Joseph Johnson (Johnston), George Painter, Thomas Prather, Ignatius Rock, John Spergen (Spurgeon), John Still, George Tunis and Achor Worley (Wooley). Powell, himself, returned to Virginia without homesteading in this region at that time; he would return later. Of the remaining twelve men, all but one, George Tunis, traveled back to Virginia and brought their families northward to live in what would become Bedford County.

It should be noted, that of this group, only Michael Huff's, Joseph Johnson, John Spergen and Achor Worley's names (or those of their descendants) appeared on any tax assessment return for this region ~ perhaps because the others died prior to being "caught" by the tax assessors. Joseph Johnson became the first Euro-American to die and be buried in this region. His tombstone, engraved with the death date of 1731, was located in the Shawnee Graveyard. It was, unfortunately, destroyed by highway construction. Iiames died in 1758. Brandwater died in 1768. Still died in 1770, and his wife, an Indian, took their children and moved west. Worley died in 1775. Blue, Fleehart, Painter and Rock's death dates are not known, but they died by drowning early on while trapping.

MICHEAL HUFF WAS A INLAW OF CAPT SAMUEL GIBSIN TEATER,
ARCHOR WORLEY WAS THE SON OF JOHN WORLEY AND A COUSIN UNCLE OF CPT SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER BOTH OF THSE HAD A CONNECTION HERE AS WHY GEORGE WILLIAM TEATER AND SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER, CAME HERE TO EARN LIVING AS LONGHUNTER FUR TRADERS AND PELT HUNTERS
Michael Huff bap. 29 Mar 1714, St Paul's Episcopal Ch., Kent Co., MD as son of John & Hannah (Morgan). D. either Bedford of Washington CO., PA. Md. Elizabeth c. 1715 in MD.

Michael was identified in the John Huff Will to receive 50 acres of land John had bought in 1717 from Thomas Gideons. On 21 Oct 1740, Michael Huff, John Huff, J.S. Calder & Grorge Cooper, Jr. had inventoried John Huff's estate; with Morgan Huff & M. A. Page as appraisers. On 12 Dec 1741, Michael Huff disposed of the 50 acres he had received. Michael on 16 May 1735 witnessed Will of William Bayley of Kent Co. Michael may have left Kent Co. about the time of his father's death, as he does not show up again on records there.

During 1757/58, one Michael Huff served in the French & Indian War in Capt. Norris' and Lt. Richard Well's Company. This unit was recruited in Balt. Co., which then included Harford Co. This Michael, from circumstantial evidence is believed to be the son of Michael & Elizabeth, but this could be wrong. After the War, Richard Well led the move to Western VA, which then included part of present PA.

By 1768, 1769 & 1770, Michael Huff Sr. and Micheal Huff Jr. were with Joseph Doddridge in Bedford and Colerain townships of Bedford Co., PA. Later, some of the sons moved to Washington Co., PA.

Children:

1. Michael, Jr. b. Jan 1741 MD. Md. 1761 Hannah Doddridge, dau of Joseph & Mary (Biggs) Doddridge. Their ch. incl. William; Michael; Joseph; Mary; Elizabeth; John; Rebecca; Samuel; and Eleazar. Michael, Jr. lived in Bedford and Washington counties in PA and moved into Ohio when it opened for settlement.

2. John, b. c. 1743 MD; d. c. 1783/84 OH; md. c. 1763 Sarah Elizabeth Doddridge, dau of Joseph & Mary (Biggs) Doddridge and sister of Hannah. John & Mary were moving their family to KY when he was killed by Indians on the Ohio river The family continued on to Hardin County, KY. Their children include: Benjamin; Rueben; Priscilla; Jesse; John; Dorcas; Aaron; and Aquilla. Benjamin md. Mary Hardin and became the first Sheriff of Hardin County. Reuben md. Hannah Shard. Jesse md. Lydia Walker. Aquilla md. Mary Rawnings 8/21/1807.
1768 BEDFORD TAX LIST THOMAS GIRTY BROTHER OF SIMON GIRTY SAMUEL TEATER JOEPH WORLEY MICHEAL HUFF SEVERAL DOODRIDGES.
1770 SAMUEL GIBSON ARRIVED FROM NC. A 1ST COUSIN SON OF JAMES GIBSON.

WASHINGTON COUNTY 1782 JOHN GIBSON JAMES GIBSON 1ST COUSINS OF GEORGE WILLAIM TEATER LEFT ABOUT THE SAME TIME GEORGE WILLIAM TEATER SOLD HIS PROPERTY IN WASHINGTON VIRG TO POTTERIFELD
MOST LIKLEY GEORGE WILLIAM TEATER AND SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER WORKED AS LONGHUNTERS OUT OF THE AREA DUR TO THE FAMILY CONNECTION OF ARCHOR WORLEYA ORIGINAL SETTLER AND INDIAN TRADER,
BOTH GEORGE WILLIAM TEATER AND SAMUEL GIBSON TEATER HAD ABOUT 1/4 TUSCARORA INDIAN BLOOD FROM THIER MOTHER ELIZABETH GIBSON IT WAS THAT INDIAN THAT GAVE BOTH OF THEM SUCH A EDGE AS THEY HAD A EARLY FRONTIERSMAN AND GREAT KNOWLEDGE AS INDIAN FIGHTERS



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