here is an incerpt from one of my Aunts' journals I hope to get ahold of the article and researching it myself but not until I retire in a few years and can go back
Capt. Samuel Gibson TETER was a soldier in Colonial and Indian Wars,
served in Braddock's Expedition 1755, Forbe's Expedition 1758, and a
member of the Garrison of Fort Pitt (DuQuesne) throughout the
Revolutionary War, after the Fort was captured. Following the war
Capt. Teter supervised Constuction of Fort Doodridge and Fort Teter
and was Commandant of these Forts in Agusta County, PA. (Later named
Washington County) in Capt. William's Company, 4th Battalion, PA
Militia. See "Doodridge's Notes" PA Archives, 6th Series Chap. 35,
Vol.2, Pages 158-159.
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