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Posted by: Ace Maupin (ID *****4165) Date: August 11, 2008 at 17:08:58

Thankyou . I would like start with the orirgins of George Teater as Scotch Irish English lines of how the the Tetertons morphed into Teder to Teeter and Teater Tetor.
Samuel Teterton Tyrrell NC is shown as the as the son in law of Thomas Evans 1730s Samuel Teterton is found on Deeds Surry Virginia with Benjamin Evens John Evans the unlce and brother of Thomas Evans Tyrrell NC.
Surry NC 1730s Samuel Teterton drops Ton from name.
Samuel Teeder Teder Tuder. Signs deeds and name with X.
found under Samuel 1744 is Jacob Teder Deeds with in laws the Bruce family.

Jacob Teder arrives Edgecomb early 1750s with brothers Samuel Teder both sered as Clerks of the Court Edgeomb NC
George Teder appears to have moved to Beaufort NC with his uncles Benjamin Evans George Thomas Evans and a Benajmin Tedder. George is taxed with 2 sons Thomas Tedder and George Tedder jr, by 1780 Tettor Duplin and Dobbs NC.

Mary, Stephen, Samuel and William Teddar in the 1800 Bladen census.
Samuel and William Teddar in the 1810 Bladen census.
Samuel Tedder in the 1820 Bladen census.
William Tedder in the 1830 Bladen census.
Deeds in Bladen County mentioning Elizabeth, Ge., Geo., George, James,
Jesse, Samuel, Thomas and William Tedder.

George Teder in Edgecombe County in 1752.
Jacob and Samuel Teder as court clerks in Edgecombe County in 1753.
The Will of George Tedder of Bladen County in 1795 listing wife Mary, sons
Jesse, Thomas (other children not mentioned), and brothers and Executors
William and Samuel Tedder.
Nothing in Duplin Wills, deeds or marriages.

George and Thomas
Tedder in Dobbs County in 1780..

1750s late end Jacob Teeder removes from Edgecomb to Rowan co. Shortly thereafter is followed by his brother George Teeder. Both brothers are recorded as Teeder with D.,
then joined by a George Teeter with older George Teeder.
then a ------------- TEETER JR..

It strongly appears George Teater had 2 yrs between his discharge northern forces to his service 1760 with Nataniel Gist. He returned home to Rowan county NC. The point where he and Samuel joined Daniel Boone from Rowan Co as Waggoners to the north French Indian War.
By 1759 to 1761 the older Teeders were then recorded as Teater and Teeter from Teeder Tedder from 1st Teterton.

Samuel Jacob George Benjamin shown as sons of Samuel Teterton and Mary Evans of Tyrrell. The name William comes by Samuel Tetertons younger brother William Teterton who remained in Tyrrell until death.

The sons of George Teeder are listed as George Tedder Jr Thomas Tettor Dobbs documents of tax lists Beaufort.
The son of Jacob Teder Teeder who morphed into Teeter Teater was joseph Teater Rowan tax list.

Samuel Teder court clerk of Edgecomb has no listing of children. Estimated Samuel died left young teenage orphans
George William Teater Samuel Gibson Teater.
Samuel wrote in his own hand ,birth 1735.
Marker of George Teater indicates true birth 1736,
1st Estimated father of George Teater Samuel Teater was Samuel Teder Teeder ect, Clerk of Edgecombe Court NC.

Names of both George and Samuel connect to this family.

Note George Teeter found with elder Jacob Teeder and elder George Teeder scouting Rowan co between discharge and enlistment with Nathaniel Gist 1760

Note DANIEL BOONE same unit as Samuel Teater Braddocks. defeat . Explanation George and Samuel Teater left Rowan Co NC with Daniel Boones Waggoners to the French Indian War.
Note Boone and many relatives of George Teater shown on same scouting page with a George Teeter Rowan co 1759 1760 Documents.

Note The names George Samuel William sole names for many men in George and Samuels lines come from these Scotch English Teaters NC.

note Thomas Teater son of George Tedder Dobbs NC lived and married 1796 Madison Kentucky before settling on the Emory River Tenn.

note. Parris Teater served as Admistrator of Elijah Evans will. Elijah from Wilkes NC grandson of Thomas Evans lt of Rowan co Militia.

Note grandchildren of George Teater stated for the record the Teaters of kentucky line of George Teater were Scotch Irish these Teaters of NC fit that profile.

Note post french indian war timeline. 2 years after George Teater was discharged from Col Byrds unit he appears in St Johns st Phillips Georgia 1764. Appears to be organizing Headrights or useing land patent. This means he was southerner used to the ground of the south.

Note 1766 Samuel Teater shows in Rowan Co officer Capt Teater. ---------- shows Rowan tax list 1766 ///// Teeter.
1768 moves north in law of William Teterton Tyrell NC the Worley family. Samuel Teater settles lists as Singleman Bedford 1768 tax list as Samuel Teeter by Archor Worley Joseph Worley . Not only Samuel Teaters inlaws by 1770 But also the in laws of the Tetertons of Tyrrell NC.

Note Samuel Teater 1811 signs daughter Susanahh permision to marry as Samuel Teaterson.

Estimated pedigree, Grandparents were Samuel Teterton of Tyrrell removed to Surry Virg. Wife name Mary Evans daughter of Thomas Evans Tyrrell NC
father Samuel Teeder Teder son of Samuel Teterton Mary Evans
sons of Samuel Teder Teeder
1st samuel teater 1735
2nd George William Teater married Sarah Pearis lived in Washinton Co Virg and died Garrard Kentucky.
3rd Elizabeth Teater married Thomas Reynolds from Montgomery NC.
Wife of Samuel Teder unknown at this time.
Odds 90% Samuel Teder of the Edgecombe NC court was father of Samuel and George Teater. Next we will document the wives. All 3 of them.

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