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Re: Jan Lala
Posted by: jan lala (ID *****7442) Date: November 09, 2007 at 02:48:07
In Reply to: Re: Jan Lala by Pearl L. McCarty of 985


Pearl, a last suggustion for you is to view the Teter site.

This should help you and conclude as exactly how Samuel Teater spelled his name in his own hand. Here is a translation inpart for you.

May the 11th 1811
I do certify that I have gave my consent for marraige license to ishue for my son Levy Wells and Susanna Teeter.
Richard Wells
Test
---- Morgan
Richard Ford

May the 11th 1811
I do hereby certify that I have gave my consen for marriage licens to ishue for my daughter Susannah Teater and Levy Wells

Samuel Teaterton or
Samuel Teaterron
test
Richard Ford
------ H or Killogh.

AsI have tried to put this in a correct fashion. Samuel Teater in his own hand and pen named himself on a officail letter as
Samuel Teaterton or Teateron ect he placed 3 more letters at the end of his name which are very small.
He naver spelled or recorded his name as Dieter nor I doubt will anyone ever produce any document where his name was spelled Dieter. most notes show his name as Teater Teeters Teter.
1. Ross County Genealogical Society, compilers, Ross County Ohio Families, vol. 1, (Chillicothe, OH: Ross County Genealogical Society, 1976; FHL Microfiche #6088556). p. 270

Those are the location sited and you can can view his signature for yourself on the ross ohio Teter website. And you will see his true and actaull name spelled by himself in his own hand. which is near to the correct records as the Teterton Tettteron Tettor family ect.
That should do you.


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