George Pearis the elder married Sarah Neely their daughter Christian Pearis married William Neely.
ThEir daughter Sarah Pearis Neely married John Portefield.
John Porterfield bought all of George Teators land at the Middle Fork of the Holston Bakers Creek which he settled with his wife Sarah in the year 1770. Relocating from the South Irish Colony of Crab Creek Augusta New River.
The loyalist exile DNA project and line of Maj Christopher Neely direct family of Richard Pearis George Pearis Christian Pearis Robert Pearis is as follows.
Bahamas Y-Chromosome STR Test Results other surnames will be added when they join
Understanding Results: If two males match 21 out of 25 markers or better they likely share a direct paternal ancestor in a genealogical timeframe (since the introduction of surnames). The closer the match, the more likely their shared ancestor lived more recently.
Five families (LIGHTBOURN, MAJOR, MALONE, MINNS, and WEATHERFORD) share a direct paternal line ancestor with their surname with another direct paternal line that was never in the Bahamas. Y chromosome results reveal at least two different families in the Bahamas for the following surnames: BAKER, BRENNEN, JOHNSON, KNOWLES, MAURA ROBERTS, TAYLOR, and WEATHERFORD.
Y chromosome results for a direct paternal line descendant of ...
...William NEELY (kit 23288), born about 1820 in Eleuthera, reveal that his direct paternal line descends from Africa. A comparison with African Ancestry's African Lineage Database indicates that he shares direct paternal line ancestry with the Tuareg ethnic group of Mali.
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Geoge Teators results show his parent grand parent came from Scotland Ireland as a Alias Keator Jeter ect and applied the name Teator Teter Teeter..
The Pearis Parris migrated by Ireland Via the Barbados and Neelys show to be froma distant ancestor as the people called or coined the Black Irish.
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