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Re: Followup George -Samuel Teater Engish in Squence
Posted by: jan lala (ID *****7442) Date: February 17, 2008 at 00:19:14
In Reply to: Re: Followup George -Samuel Teater Engish in Squence by Philip Crowther of 986

The history of Beford notes the the 13
Longhunters Indian Traders fur trappers were from Virginia.
I am begining to see a new picture. John Worley was imported under the headright system. Which was severly abused. Meaning example Jimmy James . Comes as a Headright. , He leaves comes back again as James James.
The immigrants were not always from Europe . many cases were just Maryland New York Carolinas ect. also Barbados.

Col John Worley and Archor Worley may have well been brothers. the headright list notes John Worley came with 13 people. My guess is from Maryland or Pa.

Archor Worley is 1st then Joseph and Anthoney. John Worley wife was Ester. yet he lived near and has many notes with Anthony Christian sr and jr. as well as a daughter named Christian.. so by naming patterns we have 2 Joseph Worleys same timeline one from Archor Worley one from John Worley Jr.
It appears the name Anthony son of family of Archor is from the John Worley sr wifes family. logical Ester Christian.

To determine which part of Virginia Archor Worley came from we will have to trace all 13 of the original men.

Traditional Teter research is really a mess. Its commonly thought if your a teter it atomaticlly makes you a Swiss or German short for Deter Deiter Dieter Dieterick ect, which is simply not the case. There enough Tethers Teathers Teders Tedder Titters Teatters Titters Tetterlys Tetteys Tutters Tuders ect who came from Scotland England and North Ireland . Then there were the 2 French Huguenots both John Jeters -Tedder Tetor Teter Teater.
One of the Englishmen in the new world was Tedder Roberts 1587 at Roanoke, this family is listed in London as Tyter Tyder tether mostly st leonards area.
John Tether can be found in newfoundland when the Portuguese and Jersey Islanders were there 1600.

1630s Barbdoes shows Tutters Tedders Tuders ect.
3 documents in regards to Capt Samuel Gibson Teater and Ensign George William Teater indiacte thier origins were from NC. All or most of Geprge Teaters inlaws came from Rowan co Wilkes Surry nc. 99% were Scotch Irish English backgrounds.
This near to the case of Capt Samuel Gibson Teater there are no German inlaws.. In the histories of Daniel Boone a inlaw of George teater notes twice he went into Kentucky with Boone on the 1st trip. North Carolina.
Both George and Samuel were very young in the French Indian war . They became officers NCOs ect and both are noted in every war from there. to the Revolution and beyond in Indian skirmishs ect. all the men in thier companies were all the same Scotch and English settelers.
To be this far advanced in the ranks of one would have to of been froma Military background family and at least 2nd 3rd generation frontiersman. Be fluent in English educated in English to recieve and give orders in English.

My own thoery is that training as boys came from Col Worley and men like him back in Tyrrell. That George and samuel were taken by the elder cousin George Teeder from Beaufort to Rowan co with the Evans. They either went to the French Indian war in the same unit as Daniel Boone from Rowan co NC. or perhaps met and left with Capt Richard Pearis men who was also in North Carolina at the time. Or they were in the the North Carolina militia which Washington incorporated into his unit to buid FT Cumberland..

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