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Re: Help Needed-Looking for Mary Polly Teter/Teeter
Posted by: Ace Maupin (ID *****4165) Date: October 19, 2008 at 19:00:55
In Reply to: Re: Help Needed-Looking for Mary Polly Teter/Teeter by Dee Dee Bailey of 985

This is better timeline of the Irish Teaters.
and sort of shows who were the extended families and variations in recording of splelling. i sent the larger file to you.. male members for dna testing will reveal the scientific truth. Need males for y DNA testing.
1850 CENSUS DAVIE CO FORMED WAS A PART OF OLD ROWAN CO NC. 0418 TURNER, Zephaniah 59 (COWAN, Mary S.) Rowan Co. NC 1837 0935 TUTTEROW, David 41 Lucinda 33 PARKER, Lucinda Davie Co. NC 1842 0857 TUTTEROW, David 60 Ruth 60 BRADLEY, Ruth 1811 0567 TUTTEROW, David B. 37 Mary 35 MADDEN, Mary by 1834 0240 TUTTEROW, Hiram 27 0615 TUTTEROW, Jacob 37 Caroline 27 FLOWERS, Caroline by 1839 .

NOTE David was born about 1790 in Rowan Co NC.. maybe A son named Jacob and David . note On the document above George Tettler DR of Dublin Hospitol 1711 refers to extended family as Teterow Tetlow.. Thefore this George Teter was in well establised in Ireland way before the John Jacob Detlor arrived 1709 . Note he was a French Huguenot who lived in Germany and traveled with the Germans.--

.Index 1810 Census NC CO HLF David Taytor. Age 50 born 1760 Malachi Taytor Age 51 born 1759.--

Willim Tedder. next page

1. Tetard, Benjamin, Surgeon.
2. Tettler, Daniel, Captain. note, Capt Daniel Teater Tettler ect, next to David Teater Tettler.
3. Tettler, David.

Note Page 430 Men Soldiers of the Muster Rolls Georgia ,AM Revolution.-


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 .

NOTE Jacob Teater Teeder is one generation over Daniel Teater Capt and David Tettler Taytor Tetterow . PRESUME this Capt Teeter 1766 is Daniel Teater not Samuel Teater. Daniel Teater Tettler is one generation over David Teater Tettler Taytor.--

Bladen Archives North Carolina

George Tedder in Edgecombe County in 1752. Jacob and Samuel Tedder as Court Clerks in Edgecombe County in 1753.-

note Jacob Teater Teeder is the clerk here in Bladen NC witha brother Samuel Teater Tedder ect. note a 3rd brother George Teater Tedder registers a Deed same Time.

1820 smyth co tn 93 2045 Tedder John . . . . . 1 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 2046 Tedder Daniel . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . 1 . note some of the line of Jacob settled back in Davie NC By the nameing several settled here now as Tedder-

59 778 Griffy Jonas . . . 1 . 1 2 1 . 1 . . 2 . NOTE HERE Jonas Griffith Jr recorded as Griffy/ a brother of Samuel Griffith who married Sarah Teater daughter of George Teater Sr and Sarah Pearis migrated here from Russell Co VA. note Benjamin Totten Sr was sheriff here 1800 before moving with Jonas Griffith sr into the section of Jackson Co Tn.

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. note Jacob Teater Teder ect is moving back and forth between VA and North Carolina.

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.. NOTE 1743 JACOB TEATER IS IN FREDERICK CO VA. NOTE 1744 George Teator appears with George Parris the father of the Richard Robert George Parris. note 1744 George Parris is solid documeted as living in Chowan Co NC before coming to Frederick Co VA, note This George Teator [IS NOT] the John George Deiter of Orange Co founder of the Teter Hinkle line. that John George Dieter was already dead. note This WAS NOT. YOHAN JURG DEITER JOHN GEORGE TETER. who came on the Ship Allen a Dunker. he is documeted as moving back to Berks co Pa.)

Will 1736 Bertie County, LGB-4/#40

HENERY JERNIGAN 9 May 1736 Aug Ct 1736

of Bertie Precinct, planter, "...being very sick and weak in body..."Wife--150 acres at Cash i that I bought of Henery Averet and WilliamJones, also bed, quilt and rug. Son HENERY JERNI GIN-- plantation of 80acres where he now lives adj. Joseph Blackman and John Blackman, alsoNe gro Rose, etc. Son JACOB JERNIGIN--my plantation where I now live,containing 80 acres, adj . Joseph Blackman and [Jacob Tuder] in the PineIsland, but I reserve the use of half of said l and for my wife for herlifetime. Son JACOB--Negro Hannah, calico quilt, horse I bought ofTHO MAS BUNTIN, etc., also 100 acres adj. my wife's land. Daughter ANNJONES--Negro Jude, sheep , etc. Son JESSE JARNIGIN--the remaining part ofmy land containing 80 acres. Negroes Arnol d and Sue, etc. Son DEMPSIEJARNIGIN--200 acre plantation I bought of Thomas Watson, Negro Ch arles,bed bottles, horse tha runs at Hoskey (Horkey?), etc. I give HeneryDubbons his freedo m on the provision he discharges me a suit a clothes,also give him 100 acres, being part o f a tract at Cashi, etc. WifePHEBE--saddlebags and ll moveable estate. My cattle and shee p are to bedivided between my wife and my sons JESSE AND DEMPSIE when JESSE issixteen. I giv e my wife the use of Negro Robin for four years and thenhe shall return to my son JACOB. So n HENERY-- all lands on SummertonCreek on the north side in Virginia


wit. Theophilus Williams, JOHN JERNIGAN, BENNET BLACKMAN..

Note Jacob Tuder or Jacob Teder Teater ect. Microfilm is not avaliable now for this article. There were others here a John and James as well. They could be the same family or not. It should noted the Martins family of George Parris and George Parris were in this area Chowan Co.

1759 - Augusta Co., VA "Palzer Smalzer" purchased 440 acres in Draper Tract part of a patent on Crab Creek A (same property as above).

1761 - Augusta Co., VA "Palzer Smelzer" vs. Frederick "Stem" of New River. The warrant was "kept off by force of arms". (Chronicles of the Scotch Irish Settlement in Virginia Records of Augusta Co., VA 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley) (Note: Frederick Stern was a neighbor who in 1750 surveyed and in 1755 was granted land at mouth of New River and Crab Creek. Stern sold his land in 1768 to George Teetar) .

NOTE Paul is using Palzer Paulis- . Note Both George Teater and Paul Smeltzer have a connection, itS to Frederick Starns., note The Crab Creek tract Augusta known as the South Irish colony due to the Majority of the people who lived there had Originis in Southern Ireland which includes the Teaters and Smeltzers in Limerick and Kerry. note This are is now in Montgomery Co va Christianburg area.-

George and Jacob Teters Ireland Parliamentary Returns, Bundle 27 in Record Office, Dublin

Freeholders living at Ballyngarane, County Limerick

Registered July 1747
Altimes, Casper
Binner, Paul
Beear, Peter
Benner, John
Bredhour, Michael
Embury, John
Embury, Andrew
Her, John
Loas, Daniel
Laurence, Peter
Long, Philip
Lows, Nicholas
Mick, Fredrick
Ruckle, Bast.
Ruckle, Henry
Sinsion, Elais
Shoemaker, John
Usalbagh, Paul
Young, Nicholas

Reg. April 1755
Altime, Jacob
Altime, Casper
Bretours, Michael
Bigger, Peter
Becker, Adam
Dettler, John
Embury, David
Emberrior, Andrew
Gallavan, John
Heck, Paul
Heck, John
Imberior, John
Laurence, Andrew
Laurence, Peter
Long, Philip
Lohs, Philip
Mick, Frederick
Mick, Leonard
Ruckle, Philip
Ruckle, Henry
Ruckle, Daniel
Singeon, Elais
Shoemaker, John
Stork, Peter
Switzer, Peter
Smeltzer, Peter
Smelzer, Paul
Tettler, George
Urshelbaugh, Paul
Young, Andrew
Young, John

Jan. 1759
Gallivan, John

Feb. 1759
Althime, Jasper
Althime, Jacob
Bredhower, Michael
Becker, Peter
Becker, Adam
Heck, Paul
Heck, John
Heck, Jacob
Laurence, Peter
Laurence, Andrew
Legguire, Michael
Lohes, Philip
Mick, Leonard
Pope, Richard
Ruckle, Daniel
Ruckle, Daniel, jr
Ruckle, Henry
Smelser, Peter
Singeon, Elais
Switzer, Peter
Smelser, Paul
Smelzar, Philip
Shoemaker, John
Tetler, George
Tetler, John
Ushelbaugh, Paul
Young, John
Young, Andrew

Reg. March 1759
Mick, Frerick
Rose, John

Reg. April 1759
Embury, Philip
Embury, David
Embury, John

Reg. Jan 1761
Begger, Adam
Laurence, Sebastian
Ruckle, Henry
Ruckle, Sebastian
Rose, Nicholas
Rose, Paul
Riedy, James

Reg. July 1762
Rose, Andrew

Reg. Jan 1767
Rose, Andrew
Tettler, Jacob

Reg. In 1789-90
Singein, Philip

NOTE BETWEEN 1747 TO 1760S. John Tettler - Peter Smeltzer -Paul Smeltzer - George Tettler -Peter Smeltzer Paul Smeltzer - Phillip Smeltzer -George Tetler. - John Tetler Paul Tetler - Jacob Tetler., These Teters are all here in Limerick Ireland. So they appear as either older Relatives than Paul Smeltzer and George Teater on the Crab Creek Tract in Va, But they are no doubt older uncles or older brothers that remained behind in Ireland,

Detlor Timeline

1687 - Johan Jacob Dedler born in Nassau, northwest Germany, a Lutheran[1] French Huegunots family came from France to Germany

1709 - because of religious persecution and severe economic times, Johan and several other families from the Lower Palatinate area of Germany take refuge in England[2]

1709 - Sir Thomas Southwell of Rathkeale (near Limerick) in Ireland, offers to take some Palatine refugees to settle on his land, including Johan Dedler[3

1709 - ? - Johan living on Southwell’s land, marries and has children[4]. Children are - Valentine (born 1726), Samuel (born 1730), John, Jacob (born 1747) and Peter.[5] Date of death of Johan unknown.

1756 - Valentine (age 30) is in the British army and is transferred with his regiment to New York[6]. He is discharged from the army in 1762 and lives in New York City.[7]

1756 - 1770 - during this period many Irish-Palatine families migrate to New York City and form a small community of Methodists[8] - including Valentine’s brother Peter[9]

.1770 - several families get together and petition the government for land grants. Finally they are allowed a tract of land in Camden Valley, New York (near the border with Vermont).[10].

NOTE THE FROM THE LIMERICK GENEALOGY FILES. it shows who were the children of the John Teltor. That leaves many other Teters Georges Adams Pauls Johns many more not born from this direct John Jacob Detlor that came 1709 with several thousand families.

Therefore only one line of one John Teter Tetler is shown. We know there there was still many more between Dublin Kerry Limerick such as the other 2 George Teters in Limerick with Adams Jacobs .

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 families went to Canada. 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 note to Teder Tedder Teater Teator ect when they arrived in America 1729 -1730.

The Book of Irish Families, Great & Small


Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Listowel, County Kerry--

Tyter Arthur Pound Lane Listowel Kerry--

Families of County Kerry, Ireland: Over Three Thousand Entries ... - Google Books Result by Michael C. O'Laughlin, Irish Genealogical ... - 1994 - Reference - 244 pages Kerry. Tuff Samuel Winters, Provost of TCD, visited the college estates in ... Kerry. Tyndall Mary Tyndall of Blennerville, Kerry. Tyter Norah Tyter

Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Kilgobban, County Kerry-

Tyter Henry Glanmore Kilgobban Kerry

Tenure of Henry Tetler:

House & Great Meadow; Little Meadow; Nr Tatler Meadow; Little Tetler

Meadow; Further Tatler Meadow; Little Croft; Long Croft; Bushey Field;

Lea Field, & Newmarle Field. [1727 Survey of Foxdenton (DDX/275)]

Between John Tetlow of Dublin Ireland, gentleman, son of George Tetlow late of Royal Hospital in Dublin, gentleman, deceased, who was brother to Edmund Tetlow late of Fogglane Oldham deceased and the said John Tetlow is likewise cousins and heire-at-law of Mary Halliwell late of Oldham, aforesaid widow who was the surviving sister and heir do well of Anne Radcliffe, deceased late wife of the before named Edmund Radcliffe of Fogglane; of Elizabeth Bent, deceased late wife of Thomas Bent, of Kersall, gent., Anne, Mary, & Elizabeth were the daughters of the before named Edmund Tetlow one of the part and John Starkey of Heywood, the other part. 1712.

Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Ratass, County Kerry

DETLOR/TETTLER, described as a "French Huguenot" name "of Nassau in NW > >Germany". The TETTLERs were among those who emigrated from the Lower > >Palatine to Rotterdam, to London, to Dublin, ca. 1709. > >He also says that the surname TETTLER was one of several attracted to the > >Kenry colonies, near Limerick City in Co.KERRY Tyter Teyter. John Tettler came 1st 1660 London then to Ireland see Adair Estate.the rest came from 1690 to 1702..

This line between Kerry to Dublin and extened cousins such as 2 George Teters Tettlers were well established in Ireland by 1660. they where [French Ethnic, but lived as refugees in Germany before moving thru Hollland to London and then Ireland. By this time they were intermarried with Scotch Welsh Irish also who came to Kerry and Limerick.

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--Parris. GEORGE PARRIS ARRIVES WITH GEORGE TEATOR. FORMER OF CHOWAN CO NC.

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 ) possibly George Teater of Wash Co and KY took a rest back home.

pg201 Tax 1782-1783 Capt Matthew Troy's Company George Teeter 30 pounds, Horses and Mules, Cattle- a most likey a son of Daniel Tettler Capt Teater.

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.

Note. George Teeder Tedder Teeter Teator. Came and was with Jacob and Samuel in Edgecombe NC then he appears with Benjamin Tedder a short time in Beaufort. Then joins Joseph and Jacob Teeder Teater in Rowan Co. note Under his name in 1760 is Teeter Jr. That would be George Tedder Jr and his brother Thomas Tettor in Dobbs NC,

Note Between the Timeline George Teater was in Edgcombe with his brothers Samuel Jacob he moves for a short time to Beaufort NC, here is another person Benajmin Tedder. note by this time they are Negro slavers . note his sons are Thomas and George. note in rowan co this George is Teeter jr below George Teeder Sr 1760 Rowan Co. Benj. Tedder 1755 Beaufort NC Tax List





3 Geo: Teder & sons Geo: & Thos


the 1769 census in Dobbs County. ... George Tedder Jr ... 1761 DUPLIN DOBBS Thomas Tidder Witness.. NOTE- THE SONS OF George Teator Teeder Teder Tedder, of Edgcombe NC Frederick VA Rowan Co NC Beaufort NC have settled in Dobbs NC.--Parris 17:33, 19 October 2008 (EDT)

1780 Dobbs Tax list Adjecent Wayne Co. no 8, 53 Thomas Tettor amount missing no 830 George Tedder 661.

note Thomas is Tettor note his brother is Tedder where in 1760 he was Teeter Jr in 1769 he was Tedder Jr.


4 18 John Tuton 543 4 19 Samuel Griffith 535. note Whereas Jonas Griffith Jr was in Smyth TN with John and Daniel Teater Tedder Samuel Griffith who married Sarah Teater daughter of George Teater and Sarah Pearis is near Thomas and George Tettor Tedder 1780 Dobbs. NC-

1789 madison ky. Teeter George_Sr. 4/17/1789 Teeter Geo._Jr. 4/18/1789 Teeter George_Sr. 4/17/1789 Teeter George_Jr. 4/18/1789 Teeter Samuel 4/18/1789 Teeter Samuel 4/18/1789.

NOTE.George Tedder Sr of Dobbs is here with his sons George Tedder Jr and Samuel. also is the George Teater husband of Sarah Pearis and thier children sons George Teater Jr and his brother Samuel. note The Wil of George Tedder Sr of Dobbs has 2 Samuels mentioned.

1792 MADISON TAX LIST. GEORGE TETOR SR GEORGE TETOR JR SAMUEL TETOR. Rootsweb update addtion William Tetor Thomas Teddar. note The George Teder Sr of Dobbs has left. note The George Tedder and Thomas Tettor of Dobbs both had sons named Thomas. One is here..

note 1796 George Teater Sr marries 2nd wife Esther Griffith with Samuel Griffith his son in law as Bondsman. Note same year Thomas Teater marries Rebecca White.)

1755 Beaufort Tax List. Is noted George Teder sons Thomas and George Negro Slaves. Benjamin Tedder and his records. NOTE George Teder was 2 yrs earlier in Edgecombe NC wth Samuel and Jacob Teeder.

Page 94.--21st November, 1761. William Skillern to James Anderson,

ฃ60, 100 acres on Long Meadow; cor. to Wm. Skillern, Carr's line. Delivered: Benj. Tutor, March, 1768. Tudor

Page 96.--19th November, 1761. James Anderson and Elizabeth ( )

formerly Elizabeth Skilleron, widow of Wm. Skilleron, to George and William Skilleron, sons and devisees of said William Skilleron: 1. A tract on Linvel's Creek, 343 acres; 2. A tract on Long Meadow, 635 acres; ฃ__, 20 shillings; except 100 acres of second tract bounded viz: cor. Wm. Skilleron, Care's line

NOTE 1768 Benjamn Tedder makes appearance the exact same time that George Teater returned from Georgia where he listed n 1765. before This Benjamn was in Beaufort with George Tedder Teeter and his sons Thomas and George Jr.

Willim Tedder. next page

1. Tetard, Benjamin, Surgeon.
2. Tettler, Daniel, Captain. note, capt Daniel Teater Tettler ect, next to David Teater Tettler.
3. Tettler, David.

Note Page 430 Men Soldiers of the Muster Rolls George AM Revolution. NOTE Benjamin Tedder 1st with George Teder and sons in Beaufort NC 1755. note Benjamin Tedder 2nd appearance in the Scotch Irish colony Augusta same time as George Teater arrived back from Georgia. note Benjamin Tetar Teatrd ect is on the same muster roll with Capt Daniel Teater David Teater Tettler. These appear to be a son of Jacob Teater around the 1759 timeline Rowan Co.

1790 MONTGOMERY NC CENSUS. TEDDER, Benjemin 01 01 03 00 00.

1810 Montgomery NC census. George Teter 10100-00100.

NOTE Benjamin Tedder does not show after this. He left a son there named George Teter.

John Tetlor, was a French Huguenot whos family fled France into Germany with other Teters where they lived in Nassau. He appeared in London 1663 then went to Ireland. He left many family especally men named George. These people were well integrated into Irish society by 1712. They lived between Dublin Kerry Limerick. Some of them adapted the spelling of Teytor Tyter Tytor. By 1709 a extened family John Jacob Detlor also french who lived and was born in Nassau arrived in Limerick with several thousand Germans with the assistance of Queen Ann, Many started out working on a Irish Lords plantation. Everntually they all became Methodists.

By 1729 1730 several ships had gone to SC from Ireland and English Ports. These brothers Samuel Jacob Benjamin William Joseph George or 1st cousins moved all around. Recorded as Tedder Teeter Teator Teeder Tettor Tettler Tutterow Tetor, appear to be from the Teytor Tyter Tetler group which all three still lived between Limerick and Kerry. by 1740 thier cousins began arriving in PA such as the Smeltzers others pure Irish like the Burks moving down to the Scotch Irish area of Augusta were another Colony of mainly people from Southern Ireland appeared on the Crab Creek Tract.. The George Teater of Crab Creek who was Natnaiel Gists Sgt in the Cherokee expedition shows to have lived with his father in law George Parris for a few years until 1763, then went to Georgia or NC. He was recorded in Georgia 1765. He then appeared same time Paul Smelter was dealing with Frederick Starns on the Crab Creek Tract.. The extended family all seemed to have Stationed in Rowan Co during the 1755 to 1761 Timeline. It appears Capt Daniel Teater Tettler went his way the sons of George Tedder went to Dobbs NC, Benjamin may have been in Georgia outback Indian trader out of site. William moved with the Jeter Clan all over between SC Georgia to Greensville VA. George Teater who married Sarah Pearis Parris daughter of George Parris and unknown Squaw appears more as the son of Samuel who disapeared as the Clerk of Edgcombe after 1753.. He appears to have left Rowan Co with hs in law Daniel Boone to Braddocks defeat and stayed on until he transfrered to Nataniel Gists Co. He moved from Crab Creek to Bakers Creek in which became Washington Co 1770. During that time he was the Sgt of William Edmiston In the Lord Dunmore war other miltary engagements. He left to Clarks Station 1779 KY where he was Shot by Indians. Recovered and had a cabin on the Dicks river with a William Gains 1784 , Then found with 4 negro slaves in madison 1787. Then joined by his family and other Tedders from NC like George Tedder SR of Dobbs NC. Had 3 wives Sarah Pearis Esther Griffith and 3rd Ester widow of Benjamin Totten Sr. Died 1815 Garrard KY. It seems more strong George Teater was born 1736 in Edgecombe or bladen area. 2nd possibilty was born in Ireland.. He was named by Gov David Campbell as being Scotch Irish and named in the History of Ft Wayne Indiana as Scotch Irish, Its more likly he was part French part Scotch but family was originated in Ireland which gave him the Irish Element,, This George Teater shows no records with any German Teters. There is not one document in the world that shows his name was ever John

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