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Re: Help Needed-Looking for Mary Polly Teter/Teeter
Posted by: Ace Maupin (ID *****4165) Date: October 17, 2008 at 18:50:43
In Reply to: Re: Help Needed-Looking for Mary Polly Teter/Teeter by Dee Dee Bailey of 986


A followup date for you and good source of info.
This database of Surnames from County Kerry, Ireland in cooperation with Rootsweb.com was updated January 3, 2000.

My goal for this site is to provide for researchers a list that accumulates in one-location surnames of Irish ancestors found in County Kerry. This list will hopefully provide family historians a starting place for further research and to help you determine if the name you are seeking existed in the southwestern corner of Ireland.

The database includes certain non-Irish Surnames, such as those of German Palatines* who immigrated to Ireland beginning in the 18th century. Surnames recorded are those of Ireland's Old Gaelic founders (O'CONNOR) and Anglo-Norman names (BLENNERHASSETT) as well as common Irish names (KELLY).

To those who are particular about documentation, my sources for this broad-based list embrace writings such as "Irish Palatine Families" taking information from Henry Z. Jones', "Irish Palatine Journal" and "Palatine Families of Ireland" citing arrivals to Limerick & Kerry 1709-1720. And Edward MacLysaght's "More Irish Families", 1982, [ISBN 0 7165 0126 0] a supplement to his "Irish Families". More current information, 1880 AD on, is taken from on-line sites, e-mail and personal correspondence of my family. Given names are not associated with certain surnames. Dates shown for a particular surname are the earliest available per reviewed records.

As a caveat to all, I have assumed that certain County Kerry Surname information given by individuals is truthful and correct.

This page will be updated as frequently as possible. Your comments, suggestions and additions are welcomed. Only I am responsible for the content (and errors) herein.

Good Name Hunting to All,

Walter of McELLIGOTT family of County Kerry & Illinois, USA Box 161 Peotone, IL, USA 60468

Admin of McELLIGOTT-L@rootsweb.com

* Palatine Names

Like the ship of the same name in Whittier's poem, a "Palatine" is a person of strength and courage. A Palatine is of German birthright, whom Mother Nature and Man sent reeling among the rocks and reefs of a cruel everyday existence in the Pfalz of the former Holy Roman Empire from 1690 to 1709 A.D. He finally grounded himself on the rocky earth that was Ireland, especially in the Munster Counties of Limerick and Kerry.

One of the early ones

34. JOHN TETLER - International Genealogical Index / BI Gender: Male Marriage: 01 OCT 1666 Saint James Dukes Place, London, London, England-
TETLER ABRAHAM 1736 LONDON
Note There was Abrham Teter in a seperate unit from Samuel and George Teater in the French Indian War,

Abrahn Tedder is also mentioned in the Will of George Tedder Sr of Bladen NC. there was also a Abraham Fetter listed on the Boteourt accounts in Lord Dunmores War. 18. Abraham Tetler - International Genealogical Index / BI Gender: Male Christening: 22 OCT 1738 St Chad'S, Rochdale, Lancashire, England-

30. Jacob Tetler - International Genealogical Index / BI Gender: Male Birth: 1746 Nantinan, Limerick, Ireland 31. JACOB TETLER - International Genealogical Index / BI Gender: Male Marriage: 05 MAR 1767 Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland JACOB TEDER TEEDER TEATER TEETER IS ONE OF THE MAIN PERSONS FOUND WITH SAMUEL TEDER TEDDER GEORGE TEEDER TEETER FROM EDGCOMBE NC AND ROWAN CO NC BETWEEN 1747 AND 1761, THIS NAME SHOWS AS TAX EC WITH 2 GEORGE TETTLERS BACK IN LIMERICK 1750S. THESE HERE IN IRELAND APPEAR TO BE BORN OF EALIER EXTENDED FAMILY-

EVENTS FOR JACOB. Spelled Teeter Tedder Teder Teater Teeder. Frederick co. virginia court records page 8 1743 ,ordered George Bowman Adam Falkerbourgh Robert Mckcay. View road,John Funks mill cross ceder run creek ford ,to said robert mckayjr, by petition of Jacob Teeter.

Surry Co Va deed book. 18 Jul 1749 Joseph Jordan, William Jordan, and William Cooper witnesses to deed from Jacob Teder to James Bruce for 100 acres. Recorded same day. Both Jordans signed. [Surry Deed Book 5, p431]--

Bladen Archives North Carolina

George Tedder in Edgecombe County in 1752. Jacob and Samuel Tedder as court clerks in Edgecombe County in 1753

From Linn, Jo White: Rowan County, North Carolina Tax Lists 1757-1800, Annotated Transcriptions.

p. 16, 1759 Rowan County Militia Lists (cont.) On April 16, 1760 Captain Conrod Michael submitted his claim for expenses for men sent out scouting on four occasions in 1759. Two of these scouting parties included Jacob Teeder (June 2 and July 3, 1759). They were out for 6 days each time, and were paid 2/8 per day, or 16 shillings per trip.

p. 34, 1759 Rowan County Tax List (cont.) Jacob Teater appears on the 1759 Tax List with a 1 after his name, which I take to mean his household only included one titheable--no other adult males or slaves.--

Pg 34 1759 Rowan Tax Jacob Teater 1 poll addition to the list Joseph Teater 4 poll

pg 16 June 2, 1759 Capt Conrod Michael's Jacob Teeder Scouting .16

pg 46 Feb 14, 1760 Capt Michael's Company George Teeder Scouting .

List of Frederick County, Virginia Clerk Fees Belonging to James WOOD ANNO DOM. 1744

[Teator George] ----Note this not the the Teter Hinkle George Deiter he was dead already. This was not John G Deiter he was gone to Berks Pa. ----Paris George- 1744 FRED.CO

Bladen archives north carolina

George Tedder in Edgecombe County in 1752. Jacob and Samuel Tedder as court clerks in Edgecombe County in 1753--

pg 46 Feb 14, 1760 Capt Michael's Company George Teeder Scouting .16

pg 167 Aug 6 1778 George Teater took oath of allegiance ( court min. book 4:163 )

pg201 Tax 1782-1783 Capt Matthew Troy's Company George Teeter 30 pounds, Horses and Mules, Cattle-)

pg 46 feb 1760 George Teeder... a note in Daniel Littles squad note under Teeter Jr. SHOULD BE THE GEORGE TEDDER JR OF DOBBS NC 1769-

p. 64, 1766 List of Captains Rowan Regiment _________________Teeter listed as a captain

WHO WAS CAPT TEETER. 1766 Rowan co?-

Annals of the Carnegie Museum**

Minutes Of Court For OHIO COUNTY

Monday, the second day of June 1777: "... The following Militia officers took the oath of office in open Court (Viz): David Sheepherd as Colon., Sam. McCulloch as Major, Sam. Mason, Jn. Mitchel, Joseph Ogle & Sam Teter as Captains, Sam Tumlinston, Jn. Biggs, Derek Hoaglin, & Tho. Gillaland as Lieutenants, & William Sparks as Ensign of Militia.

NOTE , Samuel Teater was ranked Capt in the year 1777. He may have had the rank earlier in Rowan Co. He was very old for the conditions of times when he married abot 35 yrs old. Possible he had 1st wife in Rowan Co NC, This Capt could also have been one of the Elder Teaters fom the 1753 to 1760 period Samuel Jacob George or Joseph. TEEDER TEDDER TEATER.

It appears by the fact that Paul Smeltzer Frederick Starns and George Teater where tied into the South Irirsh Colony of the Crab Creek Tract New River. Paul Smeltzer or several of them having records in Limerick Ireland that George Teater belonged to that group. Paul Smeltzer was listed in the Dublin returns with oTher Smeltzers along with 2 George Tetlers Teters. By timelines of George Teater Jacob Teater Teeder ect, they show to have come from Ireland as 2nd generation German Irish between 1730 to 1744.. George and Samuel should be the sons of one of these Irish Germans Joesph George Jacob Samuel Teder Tedder Teater ect. They could have been been born in Ireland or America between NC to VA. George and Samuel by this time would of been 3rd generation Irish from the 1st Germans who came early on to Limerick. This would be the reason they self identified as Irish or Scotch Irish by themselves and others.. Many of the other families tied into Crab Creek also had the same origins and several where George Teaters in laws-

TYTER name is very rare and usual to County Kerry. Some nice people on the Kerry rootsweb were kind enough to find out some information on the TYTER name for me. They told me that TYTER is a Palantine name found in Co. Kerry. The TYTER's were French Huguenots who came from the Palantine area of Germany. They left Palantine, Germany went to Holland, London and Ireland in search of religious freedom. Later on these They made settlements in the Limerick City and Kerry areas. The TYTER's were orginally named DETLOR/TETTLER, but when they came to Ireland the name was changed to TYTER.

Families of County Kerry, Ireland: Over Three Thousand Entries ... - Google Books Result by Michael C. O'Laughlin, Irish Genealogical ... - 1994 - Reference - 244 pages Kerry. Turner A settler family on estates near Tralee, from the coming of the ... Kerry. Tyndall Mary Tyndall of Blennerville, Kerry. Tyter Norah Tyter of . Tettler to Tyter to Teter Teater

The Book of Irish Families, Great & Small

By Michael C. O'Laughlin TEYTER TOTTEN TOTTON TURTON


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