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Posted by: Ace Maupin (ID *****4165) Date: August 13, 2008 at 03:00:26

I agree to have a opinion should carry more sources facts.
I will attempt here to put a source together with a timeline
staring with Samuel Tetterton and wife Mary Evans Tyrell NC.

.Will of Thomas Evans. Sec of State Wills Tyrrell NC 14 March
Names Samuel Tetterton to have cow. Names daughter Mary.
bk 7pg 66 Surry Virg Deeds names John Evans. Chowan NC will of John Evans names Thomas as Nephew . Will post it later time.
bk 9 pg 374 7 Sept 1741 Samuel Tee or u der. 200 acres
signed Samuel T ee u der X. SAMUEL COULD NOT SIGN HIS NAME.

Next page Mary Tee u der wife of Samuel Tee u der relinquishes right of dower.

Surry Deed Book 6 jan 1740 deed from Joseph King border Benjamin Evans.
Benjamin Evans shown in deeds and wills of John and Thomas Evans NC will add another post.

21 March 1748 tithables of Samul Tee u der lay open road, keep in repair Road Surry orders pg 535

Surry Deed Book pg 582 1736 to Samuel Tee u der

. July 1748 Joseph Jordan William Cooper, Witness deed from
Jacob Teder to James Bruce 100 acres Surry Deed Book pg 431.

Explanation. Samuel Teterton husband of Mary Evans niece of John Evans cousin of Benjamin Evans . Samuel and Mary remove from Tyrrell to Surry Virginia sometime early 1730s.
Samuel Teeder drops TON from name, Family uses Teder variuos near spellings but samuel cant read or write.
samuel has Tithables more children ect. Only son appears to have been having his own property Jacob Teder . Therefore 1st apperance of Jacob Teder is Surry Virgina 1748.
These documents can be read on Bobs Genealogy Cabinet or Bynum citations or be independent family geneagists and transcibers Tedder forum conerning spelling variants Teter Teder Teeder Teeter Tedder Teuder Tutor Tuttor Taytor..

Samuel Teeder sons move back to NC tidewaters regions.
2nd appearance of Jacob Teder with brothers George Tedder and Samuel Tedder.
NBC ARCIVES ROOTSWEB Archives Dee Thompson show.
Jacob Teder Samuel Teder, Tedder. servving as clerks of the Edgecomb court 1753. land deed 1753 Edgecombe George Tedder.

Explanation 3 brothers Jacob Samuel George Teder sons of elder Samuel Teterton Teeder ect Remove from from surry Virginia settle for a time Edgecomb NC.. next Geo Teder leaves his brothers Samuel and Jacob in Edgecombe and joins his other borther Benjamin Tedder and uncle Benjamin Evans in Beaufort

NC Genweb 1755 tax list Beaufort NC
Benamin Evans - others younger Evans.
Benjamin Tedder
George Tee u der Sons
George Tedder Jr
Thomas Tedder jr.. note Thomas and George Jr found Dobbs NC as Tettor Tedder 1761 to 1790 with Jesse Tettor.

. Jacob Teder George Teder Benjamin Evans Thomas Evans
remove to Rowan Co Nc
Rowan County tax lists Annotated Tansciptions by Jo Linn.
Feb 14, 1760 The public on N Carolina to y Scout from Capt Michaels Company Daniel Little George Henry Barriertorn ( mus ) RupertJohn FletcherValentine Beefle GEORGE TEEDER Philip Browne John Bullien Martin Strosier Henry Roan Peter Strosier Jr12 Men_______________________________________________________________ 1766 List of Captains Rowan Regiment Captains:George Davinson John Oliphant Griffith Rutherford William Morrison Alexander DobbinsAdam SherrillDaniel LittleJames McNight Christopher Nation Morgan Bryan George Henry Burger Hugh Montgomery Benjamin Henry Harmons Thomas Donnol-------TEETER ( sic )Gidion Wright Martin Armstrong William Draper Antho Hampton _____________________________________________________________ GEORGE TEATER took the oath of Allegiance on Aug 5 1778. In 1780 he was excused from paying any tax, he appearing to the court to be under age. rowan court pleas and quartley sessions book 4:159, 235 _________________________________________________________________________ 1782-1783 Rowan Tax Capt Matthew Troy's dist.GEORGE TEATER 30 pounds horses and mules - carriage wheels, no poll ____________________________________________________________________ June 2 1759 Capt Conrod Michael JACOB TEEDER ( scout ) July 3 1759 Conrod Kern Serjt.JACOB TEETER ( scout )_________________________________________________________________ 1759 Rowan Tax list JACOB TEATER 1 poll ________________________________________________________________________ April 25 1759 The Publick of North Carolina to Morgan Bryan to a scout sent oun in the alarm of Daniel Hossey and others being Killed Morgan Bryan, Lt Willaim Bryan JOHN BOONE DANL BOON David Jones Alexander Shoults John Dunklin William Grant Elias Turnar Danl Shoults Henry Hunter _________________________________________________________________ An Account of claims Laid on the County of Rowan year 1764Cliams filed for killing Wolves, panters, and wildcats Edward and Daniel Boone ( no mention of what they claimed ) ____________________________________________________________________ 1768 Rowan Tax list of Gideon Wright Daniel Boon 2 polls .

May 25 1759 pg 13 John Vancleave
pg 20 Benjamin Vancleave 1768
pg 71 morgan district William Vancleave. NOTE- father in law of George Teater Jr
pg 116 tx of william william sharp john vancleave 1 poll
Aron Vancleave 2 polls
William Vancleave 1 poll
pg 136 1778 Reeds district, William Vancleave.

pg 34 1759 Jacob Teater 1 poll addition Joseph Teater 1poll
pg 34 june 29 1759 Jacob Teeder Conrod Micheal.

pg 46 feb 1760 George Teeder...


2 Brothers Jacob Teeder and George Teeder removed from Edgecomb and beaufort Co to Rowan Co with the early family the Evans thier uncles cousin ect Thomas and Benjamin Evans others.

Between 1759 to 1760 the original name Teterton morphed Teder in Surry virg 1730s 1740s then Teeder to Teeder Teder Tedder in tidewater NC Edgecomb Beaufort early 1750s the late French Indian War era in Rowan Co to Jacob Teeder George Teeder into Teeter and Teater.. these Teaters originated and were from the Brittish Isles..

We should note which is well documented already that the George Teater of Washington Co Virg and Garrard Kentuckys cloeset inl aws families and friends were from here Rowan Co.
Being Squire Boone Abigail Van Cleave William Van Cleave
Squire Boone is taxed alongside George Teater as well as Abihail Vancleave widow of william van cleave from 1787 to 1792 up to 1810 Madison and Garrard KY in addtion we have the notes of Squire Boones son in law logan who said the closet men to him where Samuel Teater, Teaters father Inlaw Joseph Ray a Charles Teater Amrose Ross willam Teaters father in law , Logan all the rest go back to Rowan Co NC

Note that George Teater Jr 2rd son of George Teater married William Vancleaves daughter Mary Vancleave from Rowan Co where the Teaters lived.
Note the names of Jacob Teaters family are William George and Samuel same names of George Teater of Garrard Kentucky which repeat themselves for 5 generations..

note there was a young revolution Patriot here Rowan Co same name George Teater. I show Capt Teeter serverd here 1766.
Samuel Teater started his family with children when he was nearly 40 yr sold it could be estimated he had a 1st wife here in Rowan Co before he moved 1768 to the north.

What happened after the French Indian War.

George Gillman Smith as a printed story of Georgia 1901
Georgia Colonial and State government from 1754 to 1800
This Manuscript Documents
Headrights and Land Patents, 1765 -Geo Teter- William Tevin George Tivenor James Taylor John Tannahill at St John Liberty St Pillips St David Parishs Georgia.
special note. St Pauls Parish shows James Parris 1756 who is mentioned many times in with Richard Parris..

Explanation it appears that Samuel Teeter went back to Rowan Co became a widower around 1768 then went north.
George Teater went father south to Georgia and went north to NC -Virg 1768 . he may have been working on some trading operation there with the Parris family or others..

Records of Bedford Barre Colrain 1768.
Archor Worley was the 1st group of Indian Traders to establish on the Juanita River 1728. It appears his younger brother Col John Worley settled in tidewater NC. is shown to be a relative of William Teterton of Tyrrell NC

1768 tax list
Samuel Teeter freeman -single
Thomas Girty 5 horses. interesting note listed as brother of War Cheif Sinom Girty.
Colerain Archor Worley Joseph worley -joseph was Samuel Teaters brother inlaw they both married Doddridge sisters.
Archor Worley
Anthoney Worley.

Samuel Teater married the next year to Mary Doddridge he was 36 yrs. This suggests by the conditions of times he was the Capt teeter listed back in Rowan co 1766. Married to woman there became a widower and left a son young George Teater behind there.. Daniel Boone wrote in the seige of Boonesborough Capt Teter was his friend.
The only way that could of happened was from a relationship back in Rowan co NC


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