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DNA & documents Surname Teter is Black Dutch Holland
Posted by: Ace Maupin (ID *****4165) Date: April 04, 2010 at 19:57:37
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Palatine DNA Project
Y-DNA Test Results (Alleles) for Project Members

17 111223 Detlor, Teter, Teeter, Deiter, Haley, Dee E1b1b1 13 24 13 10 16 16 11 12 13 13 11 31 18 9 9 11 11 25 14

Y Search Y Male DNA matches
results by Parris Teator the 4th
son of George Teator and Sarah Pearis

Haplogroup E1b1b with matchs to persons of Q1A3A-1 TO INDIANS NATIVE AMERICANS
MEXICO TO N AMERICA


Results for Teaters who stayed in Garrard Kentucky are E1B1B

> > > match Pedigree Last Name Origin Haplogroup Tested With Markers Compared

Genetic Distance RVDSK Cro- Q1a3a-1 Native Mexicans 18 persons Hablo-Espaсol,

Mexico Q1a3a* Family Tree DNA 9 0 4RAM8 Peeples Scotland Unknown Family Tree DNA

8 0 5XK29 Andrade Recife, Brazil Unknown Family Tree DNA 8 0 JESBS Vlaches

Unknown Unknown Genographic Project (tested) Family Tree DNA 8 0 MHTHG Vlachos
Argostoli,

Greece Unknown Family Tree DNA 8 0.

> > > Teater KY E1B1B.

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Black Dutch is a term with several different meanings in United States dialect and slang. It generally refers to racial, ethnic, or cultural roots,
Melungeons, Mestees, and Jews

Sometimes Mestees such as Melungeons have identified themselves as "Black Dutch" or Black Irish to facilitate acceptance as white.

The term "Black Dutch" first appears in U.S. history as a reference to Hollanders of dark appearance. According to Mary Bondurant Warren, editor of Family Puzzlers and one-time Historian of the state of Georgia, the term Black Dutch designated the (usually illegitimate) product of swarthy Iberian soldiers and local fair-skinned Netherlands women during the Spanish occupation of the Low Lands in the sixteenth century. The same people were often called Portuguese in colonial Virginia and Carolina records. A connection between the two lies in the Sephardic Jewish, or Marrano, merchants who settled in the Dutch Republic following its independence from Spain, who called themselves, ambiguously, gente del linaje, or homens da nação, or “Hebrews of the Portuguese Nation." They streamed into Britain, and thence to America, beginning with the mission of Amsterdam chief rabbi Menasseh Ben Israel to readmit Jews to England under Oliver Cromwell.[5]

The first known use of the word Melungeon in U.S. records (“Melungin”) occurs in the minutes of the Primitive Baptist Church of Stony Creek, Tennessee, in 1813, where it is applied to certain “irregular” members with the surnames Minor, Gibson, and Collins who fraternized with the neighbors like the Sizemores (Cismar), a mixed Portuguese, Jewish, and American Indian family, on Blackwater Creek. Mere knowledge of such a rare term is striking, and its meaning has been hotly debated. Many years later, these and other families who clustered around Newmans Ridge were labeled as Melungeon by a Nashville journalist named Drumgoole (in 1890), and the term has stuck.

Drumgoole was a descendant of Alexander Drumgoole (d. 1837), a Irish trader among the Cherokee, whose mixed-blood daughter Nannie the Pain married Cherokee chief Doublehead (d. Aug. 9, 1807). She is credited with popularizing many elements of the Melungeon legend at a time when her cohorts among New York travel writers were inventing “hillbillies.”

The term Melungeon is also used in Brazilian history to refer to settlements by Portuguese Jews and Moorish adventurers among Amerindians of the Wild Coast in South America, which contained some of the first Jewish colonies in the New World — again, the Sephardic element. The great bulk of Brazil’s African slaves came from Angola and spoke the Angolan language called Malungin.

Recent DNA evidence has concluded that American melungeons are also of Sephardic Jewish and Moorish decent.[citation needed]
Further information: Conversion table for Y chromosome haplogroups

E1b1b and E1b1b1 are the currently accepted names found in the proposals of the Y Chromosome Consortium (YCC).[6] The nomenclature E3b (E-M215) and E3b1 (E-M35) respectively were the YCC defined names used to designate the same haplogroups
All major sub-branches of E1b1b1 are thought to have originated in the same general area as the parent clade: in North Africa, East Africa, or nearby areas of the Near East. Underhill
"misimpression regarding the origin and complex history of this haplogroup", which has pervaded the public and media.[Note 6]
In Europe, E-M81 is found everywhere but mostly in the Iberian Peninsula, where unlike in the rest of Europe[Note 13] it is more common than E-M78, with an average frequency of 4-5.6%,
Recent research suggests that E-M81 in Iberia and some other regions of Atlantic Europe resulted from pre-Neolithic Eurasian Berber migrations from North-west Africa.
As a result of its old world distribution, this sub-clade is found throughout Latin America, for example 6.1% in Cuba,[29] 5.4% in Brazil (Rio de Janeiro), [Note 14] and among Hispanic men from California and Hawaii 2.4%.[30]
In a 568 person study in Iberia, Flores et al. (2004) found 2 E-M123* individuals, both in Northern Portugal out of 109 people tested there. In a 553 person study of Portugal, Gonçalves et al. (2005) also found 2 E-M123* individuals in Northern Portugal, out of 101 people, as well as 2 in Madeira out of 129 people tested there. Flores et al. (2005) found one individual out of 146 Jordanians. Cadenas et al. (2007) found none amongst the significant presence of E-M34 they found in their study of the UAE, Yemen and Qatar. Arredi et al. (2004) found 1 Tunisian in their study of 275 men in Northern Africa. Zalloua et al. (2008) found 26 E-M123 cases in Cyprus, out of 164 men tested; and 27 Palestinians out of 291 tested[31]
References

* Adams et al. (2008), "The Genetic Legacy of Religious Diversity and Intolerance: Paternal Lineages of Christians, Jews, and Muslims in the Iberian Peninsula", The American Journal of Human Genetics 83: 725, doi:10.1016/j.ajhg.2008.11.007, http://www.cell.com/AJHG/abstract/S0002-9297%2808%2900592-2
* Arredi et al. (2004), "A Predominantly Neolithic Origin for Y-Chromosomal DNA Variation in North Africa", American Journal of Human Genetics 75: 338–345, doi:10.1086/423147, http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1216069
* Battaglia et al. (2008), "Y-chromosomal evidence of the cultural diffusion of agriculture in southeast Europe", European Journal of Human Genetics, doi:10.1038/ejhg.2008.249


SURNAME DIETER DEITER DEDERICK AMERICAN VARIANTS
TETER TEETER TEATER TETTER TEATOR TEETERS
ORIGIN IS DUTCH NETHERLANDS

Trouwboek Netherlands Low dutch Genealogy
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Er zijn diverse documenten aanwezig van de volgende kerkelijke en/of burgerlijke gemeenten.


21.09.1684 Herman Diderick van Aschenberg van der Heijde, capt. lieutenant van den
oversten Soppenbroeck - Aleida van Winshem.

Den 6 octobr. attest. na buijten.
06.06.1675 Hans Diderich, j.m., soldaat
Zoekwoord Dieters
Er werden 107 resultaten gevonden. Gezocht voor [ dieters ] THERE ARE 107 PAGES OF CENSUS MUSTERS BAPTISMS OF THE DEITERS IN THIS DUTCH PROVINCE ALONE
J.H.G. te Boekhorst – DIETERS (nr. 29 in de reeks Bronnen van het Algemeen Historisch Archief) – pag. 1
Deze gegevens zijn gepubliceerd op de site www.genealogiedomein.nl

De hierbij gepresenteerde afschriftencollectie Dieters is nr. 29 in deze reeks. In
bepaalde gevallen geven AHA-volgnummers de volgorde van inschrijving in het originele
register aan. Een alfabetisch overzicht van alle totnogtoe gepubliceerde dossiers
is aan het eind van dit bestand toegevoegd.

DIETERS
(ook DEDERS, DEDERT, DIDERS, DIEDERS,
DIEDERT, DIETTERS, DIETTIERS,
DITERS, DITTER, DITTERS,
DYTTERS, ITTERS e.d.)

– Hendricus (Hend:) Diters:
10-5-1772: Trouwboek N.H. kerk Gendringen: 1772 / [sc.: Maij] 10 / Hend: Diters Z.v. wijl
Gerrit Diters uijt Our / en Henderica Alendorp dogter van [#wijl] Roelf Alendorp. / beide
onder Gendr. /

Cornelia (Cornelia) Ditters:
16-11-1743: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1743 / 16. Novemb. / Baptizatus
est Everhardus / Parentes Gerrit Ditters et henrica Aerntzen
J.H.G. te Boekhorst – DIETERS (nr. 29 in de reeks Bronnen van het Algemeen Historisch Archief) – pag. 5
Deze gegevens zijn gepubliceerd op de site www.genealogiedomein.nl
– Vestiging in de gemeente: –
– Vertrokken of overleden: –
[cc 3-6-2004/28-8-2004 tB]
– Everhardus (Evert) Ditters:
25-11-1720: Rapport betreffende de veesterfte in de heerlijkheden Gendringen en Etten
(Statenarchief Zutphen, inv.nr. W 321, Rijksarchief Arnhem, onder het opschrift: “Ulftt”,
AHA-volgnr. 116:) / [in de marge, sub “Koeijen” en “Veersen”:] 6 [en] – / Jannes overkamp
/ Sess koeijen Een Een winter eñ drij kalver / getuijg[en] Hermanus Dierckinck eñ Evert
Ditters / [summa:] 4-10-: // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Everhardus (Evert) Ditters:
25-11-1720: Rapport betreffende de veesterfte in de heerlijkheden Gendringen en Etten
(Statenarchief Zutphen, inv.nr. W 321, Rijksarchief Arnhem, onder het opschrift: “Ulftt”,
AHA-volgnr. 119:) / [in de marge, sub “Koeijen” en “Veersen”:] 2 [en] – / Evert Ditters /
twee koeijen Een Een winter en Een kalff / getuijg[en] Herm: Dierckinck eñ Jannes overkamp
/ [summa:] 1-4-: // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Everhardus (Evert) Ditters:
25-11-1720: Rapport betreffende de veesterfte in de heerlijkheden Gendringen en Etten
(Statenarchief Zutphen, inv.nr. W 321, Rijksarchief Arnhem, onder het opschrift: “Ulftt”,
AHA-volgnr. 121:) / [in de marge, sub “Koeijen” en “Veersen”:] 1 [en] – / Derck Stoeverinck
/ Een koeij / getuijge Evert Ditters eñ Herm: Dierckinck / [summa:] :-12-: // [cc
1982-1999 tB]
– Everhardus (Evert) Ditters:
25-11-1720: Rapport betreffende de veesterfte in de heerlijkheden Gendringen en Etten
(Statenarchief Zutphen, inv.nr. W 321, Rijksarchief Arnhem, onder het opschrift: “Ulftt”,
AHA-volgnr. 122:) / [in de marge, sub “Koeijen” en “Veersen”:] 1 [en] – / Herm: Dierckinck
/ Een koeij / getuijg[en] Jannes Overkamp eñ Evert Ditters / [summa:] :-12-: // [cc
Gerhardus (Gerardus) Ditters:
19-3-1734: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1734 / 19 Martii / Baptizatus
est Joannes Casparus / parentes gerardus ditters et aleida vennemans / patrini gerardus
Joe~s wolters et gerarda vennemans // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerardus) Dijtters:
27-2-1735: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1735 / 27 feberv. / Baptizatus
est wilhelmus / parentes Gerardus Dijtters et aleijda eggincks / Patrini Joannes overkamp
[<overgoor] [rest ontbreekt] // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerardus) Ditters:
28-3-1737: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1737 / 28 meert / Baptizata est
Theodora / Parentes Gerardus Ditters et aleijda [#ge] eggincks / Patrini fredericus haeffkenscheijt
et christina wilbrincks // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Garret) Ditters:
22-4-1738: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1738 / 22 april. / Baptizatus
est wilhelmus / Parentes guert bouman et bernardina egging / Patrini garret ditters et gerarda
wiskamp // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerardus) Ditters:
23-8-1738: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1738 / 23 august. / Baptizatus
est bernardus / Parentes gerardus Librandt [<Lijbrandt] et grijtie Kempers / Patrini gerardus
ditters et gesken bongers [<bomgers] // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
J.H.G. te Boekhorst – DIETERS (nr. 29 in de reeks Bronnen van het Algemeen Historisch Archief) – pag. 11
Deze gegevens zijn gepubliceerd op de site www.genealogiedomein.nl
– Gerhardus (Gerardus) Ditters:
3-3-1739: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1739 / den 3 meert / Baptizata
est Joanna / parentes gerardus ditters et aleijda vennemans / patrini bernardus Kupper et
Swinneke bijvinck // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerardus) Ditters:
19-1-1741: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1741 / 19 Januari / Baptizata
est Elijsabeth / parentes Gerardus Ditters et aleijda mulleman / patrini Everhardus Ditters et
gertruijdt Elskamp // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerrit) Diders:
23-11-1742: Trouwboek N.H. kerk Gendringen: Anno 1742. / den 23 Nov: / Gerrit Diders;
wewenaar van Eultje Vinnemans uijt Ulft. / en Hendrickske Aarntzen. junge dogter van
Derck Aarntzen uijt Voorst. / dese zijn den 9 December hier gecopuleert. // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerrit) Ditters:
16-11-1743: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1743 / 16. Novemb. / Baptizatus
est Everhardus / Parentes Gerrit Ditters et henrica Aerntzen / Patrini Reinert terhorst
et Cornelia Ditters // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerrit) Ditters:
5-4-1744: Trouwboek N.H. kerk Gendringen: Anno 1744. / den 5 April. / Gerrit Ditters;
weduwenaer van wijlen Hendersken Aarentsen uijt Ulft. / en Geesken Bongers, Dogter van
wijlen Gerrit Hendrick Bongers; woonende aan de bonte brug. / den 26. April hier gecopuleert.
// [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerardus) Ditters:
29-9-1746: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1746. / 29 7tbris / Baptizatus
est henricus / parentes gerardus ditters et geske bongers / patrini arnoldus plettenburg henricus
Joannes bongers assistens Joanna bongers // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerhardus) Ditters:
16-10-1850: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1750. / 16 octobris / Baptizati
sunt gerhardus et fridericus / parentes antonius sesing et Hermina aerntzen / patrini 1ma’
prolis gerhardus ditters et Elske aerntzen / patrini 2da’ prolis fredericus haeffkenscheijdt
et henrica teting. // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
– Gerhardus (Gerrit) Diters:
4-7-1751: Trouwboek N.H. kerk Gendringen: Anno 1751. / den 4 Julij. / Gerrit Diters
weduwenaer van wijlen Geesken Bongers uijt Ulft onder Gendringen. / en Mechchelt
Sluijters, Dogter van Hendrick Sluijter onder Zilwolde. / dese zijn den 18. Julij hier
gecopuleert. // [cc 1982-1999 tB]
Er werden 43 resultaten gevonden. Gezocht voor [ heyt ] THERE ARE 43 PAGES OF BAPTISMS CENUS MUSTERS ON THE HITES HEYTS HEYDT AND MERKELS
IN THIS DUTCH PROVINCE ALONE

Anno 1639 Heyde Gysbert van der Heyde - Geurt Verweij Inv.nr. 34
pnr. 73
Anno 1657 Marckel Johan van Marckel - Jochem Houssink Inv.nr. 42
pnr. 131
den 24 dº -
24.09.1702 Andries Holtstein, j.m. van Doesborg - Aleida Conincks, j.d. tot Zutphen.
Getrout voor de magistraet den 15 8b. 1702.

17.10.1707 Henrik Diederink, j.m. van Wenterswijk, w.a. - Margarita Bloemesaeds, j.d.
Zoekwoord van meter
Er werden 1428 resultaten gevonden. Gezocht voor [ van meter THERE 1426 CENUSU BAPTISMS MARRAIGES MUSTERS HERE FOR THE VAN METERS

Joncker Diederigh van de Wall, oud Br der Stad Zutphen, en zijn huisvrouw Vrouwe
Helena van der Leeuw verklaren schuldig te zijn aan den Heer Johan van Hasselt,
kerkmeester, en Juffr. Helena van Munster, en de nagel. kinderen van w. de secr.
Peter van Diemen bij Juffr. Gertruijt van Munster ehel. geprocr. ƒ 8000,-; verbonden
hun erven en goederen Velhorst genaamd, Scholtambt Lochem, boerschap Klein
Dochteren, 16 Mei 1678
BREDEVOORT Trouwboek periode 1736-1833 06.03.1744 zijn bij ons in wettige ondertrouw opgenomen Nicolaas Diederich uijt Frankenland sold. in 't reg. van de h. brigadier Grotenraij in de comp. van .
Er werden 24 resultaten gevonden. Gezocht voor [ Diederich 24 pages of Didericks variants Didricks Diedericks.
De hierbij gepresenteerde afschriftencollectie Dieters is nr. 29 in deze reeks. In
bepaalde gevallen geven AHA-volgnummers de volgorde van inschrijving in het originele
register aan. Een alfabetisch overzicht van alle totnogtoe gepubliceerde dossiers
is aan het eind van dit bestand toegevoegd

Dooden inden avont begraven inde kercke
??-??-1663 Diderich, het kint van Jan van Houten, Luijtenant van
Capt Ogle

??-05.1643 Eijlertt Heumens, van Oldenborch, soldaet onder de Comp van Cap Merve -
Enneken Dieters, dochter van z Berent Dieters tot Stadtloon

??-02.1647 Koop Henricx, uitt Vrageren w zal Geerten ten Lintum, sold onder de Comp
van Cap Coenders ende Willemken Dieperinck, uitt Vrageren w z Berent
Rentinck, sold onder de Comp van Cap (Huijningx) tot Groll
??-02.1647 Peter Coninck, j van Ochtorp, sold onder de Comp van Cap Ploos van Amstel
ende Stijne Dietert, j van Stadloo

??-10.1668 Jan Diettjens, j van Holte int lant van Cleve sold onder d'Heer commandoer
alhier ende Aelttjen Baten, w van zal Jan tamboer onder d'Compie van zal Cap
Hogeveen

??-09.1679 Aelert Waltje, en Jenniken Dierckinck

20.10.1681 Hendrick Cock, soldaet onder de Compagnie van de Heer Granatjeer - Aeltjen
Deekinck, nd van Hendrick Deekinck, copulati (3den Dec.)

??-11.1680 Hendrick Luitman, ns van Hendrick Luitman van Bremen en Berentjen
Hendricks, nd van Hendrick Dierkinck wonende beijde alhier, copulati alhier------------------------
LUTMAN AND DIETER LINE



Wilhelmus (Wilhelmus) Dijtters:
27-2-1735: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1735 / 27 feberv. / Baptizatus
est wilhelmus / parentes gerardus dijtters et aleijda eggincks / Patrini Joannes overkamp
[<overgoor] [de rest ontbreekt]

Johannes Casparus (Joannes Casparus) Ditters:
19-3-1734: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1734 / 19 Martii / Baptizatus
est Joannes Casparus / parentes Gerardus Ditters et aleida vennemans / patrini gerardus
Joe~s wolters et gerarda vennemans

Hendricus (Henricus) Ditters:
29-9-1746: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1746. / 29 7tbris / Baptizatus
est henricus / parentes gerardus ditters et geske bongers / patrini arnoldus plettenburg henricus
Joannes bongers assistens Joanna bongers
Gerhardus (Gerardus) Ditters:

19-3-1734: RBS 762 (doopboek R.K. kerk Gendringen/Ulft): 1734 / 19 Martii / Baptizatus
est Joannes Casparus / parentes gerardus ditters et aleida vennemans / patrini gerardus
Joe~s wolters et gerarda vennemans
.

THIS IS HOW THE TEETERS ENDED UP IN THE PALATINE STATES
Palatinate campaign

In May 1620 James I was being strongly urged by popular opinion to defend the Protestant cause of his son-in-law, Frederick V, Elector Palatine. He allowed Count Dohna, the Palatine envoy, to levy a body of volunteers at his own cost, and to appeal for funds. Dohna, as paymaster, selected Sir Horace Vere, as commander; Buckingham had wanted the post for Sir Edward Cecil, and withdrew support from the expedition.[1]

News arrived of the treaty of Ulm (23 June), between the union of Catholic princes and the League, preparing the way for a catholic invasion of the palatinate, and money came in more rapidly. On 9 July Vere went to Theobalds to take leave of the king, and on 22 July the regiment, 2,200 strong, set sail from Gravesend to the Netherlands, to be escorted south into Germany and to the seat of war by a body of Dutch cavalry. Spinola was in the field with one army, Don Luis de Velasco in the way with another.[1]

Vere's plan was to effect a junction with the Protestant force near Mannheim, under the Margrave of Anspach. He marched through Wesel into the neighbourhood of Coblenz, and then made a detour by a route through the Taunus, on the other side of which, in the valley of the Main River, Spinola made an unsuccessful attempt to cut him off. Vere crossed the Main by a ford, near Frankfurt, and then, by way of Darmstadt and Bensheim (there resting his troops), and proceeded to Worms, where the junction of forces actually took place.

Spinola now adopted Fabian tactics in the hope of wearing the enemy out, until the approach of winter compelled the English and their allies to seek quarters. Vere divided his troops among the three most important strongholds of the Palatinate. He himself occupied Mannheim, Sir Gerard Herbert he stationed in Heidelberg Castle, while (Sir) John Burroughs undertook to defend Frankenthal.[1]

Early in 1621 the Protestant union was broken up, and the English garrisons had to give up all hope of relief. The English governors were not closely pressed that year. The garrison under Vere at Mannheim received a visit early in 1622 from the dethroned elector, who had promised them a diversion, and who, in conjunction with Mansfelt, had inflicted a momentary check upon the imperialist army under Johann Tserclaes von Tilly at Wiesloch (April). A few weeks later, however, Tilly, having been reinforced by Gonzalez de Cordova, inflicted defeats on the Protestants, and in June the elector had finally to leave Mannheim.[1]

The English garrisons were now surrounded and threatened by a force of imperialists and Spaniards under Tilly, Cordova, and Verdugo. Vere resolved to hold out, though he knew that the military position was hopeless. On 16 September the town of Heidelberg was taken by storm, and the castle surrendered three days later. Sir Gerard Herbert had received a mortal wound during the siege. At Mannheim Vere, with a garrison of fourteen hundred men, without money or supplies, had to defend extensive fortifications. He retired to the citadel, but no extraneous help being forthcoming, he was forced to capitulate at the close of September, and, having marched out with the honours of war, withdrew to The Hague. Vere's defence was commemorated by George Chapman[3] At Frankenthal, Burroughs did not surrender the place to Verdugo until 14 April 1623, and then only in response to direct orders from home.[1] . The courage displayed by Vere against great odds was recognised in England, when the general returned early in February 1623, even if his salary and expenses were never paid in full by the treasury. On 16 February 1623 he was appointed master-general of the ordnance for life, and he became a member of the council of war on 20 July 1624. On the death of his elder brother, John, in the same year he became his residuary legatee, with the reversion of Tilbury and Kirby Hall upon the death of the widow.[
Joseph Ogle 1707-1756 was the grd-son of John Ogle 1649-1684 who was with the
expeditionary forse under Col. Richard Nicholls 1664 who wrested New
Amsterdam from the Dutch. John Ogle is on the 1679 New Castle CO DE will of
Ralph Hutchinson. A Benjamin Ogle is on the appraisement of Isreal Lorton 31
Oct 1752 Augusta CO VA.

DUTCH MUSTERS DUTCH SOLDIERS

WILLIAM TIDDER 1605

JACOB DEDERIGH 1655
HANS DIEDERICH 1675

JEAN PIERRE HITTE DE ABROISE 1640 BREDA

GENEALOGIE DIETERS GENEALOGY DIETER
de verschillende takken maar van dezelfde boom? but the various branches of the same tree?

Van Deterink via Dieterink naar Dieters. From Deterink via Dieterink to Dieters.
De oudst bekend voorouder is Dijrink die rond 1600 is geboren in Borken net over de grens bij Winterswijk. The oldest known ancestor is Dijrink who was born around 1600 in Borken just over the border in Winterswijk. Hij trouwt in 1626 in Winsterswijk met Stijntje Koolenberg. He married in 1626 in District Wins spectrometers with Stijntje Kool Berg. Hij, maar zeker zijn nakomelingen bewonen de boerderij "Dieterink" (anno 1492) in Meddo. Rond 1785 verhuist He, but certainly his descendants live on the farm "Dieterink" (anno 1492) in Meddo. Around 1785 moved
A(a)lbert Dieterink naar Amersfoort waarbij de naam bij enkele kinderen verbasterd wordt naar Dieters. A (a) lbert Dieterink to Amersfoort where the name is corrupted in some children to Dieters.
Het nageslacht van Gerrit Freriks & Hilligje Hendriks. The descendants of Gerrit & Freriks Hilligje Hendriks.
Ditters of Dieters? Ditters or Dieters?
Het nageslacht van Detert Hindriks & Anna Margaretha Gravemeijer. The offspring of Detert Hindriks & Anna Margaretha Gravemeijer.
Het nageslacht van Harm Dieters & Geeske Andries. The offspring of Harm Andries Geeske & Dieters.

Diderich


Hans


J.m., soldaat onder capt. de baron Wreed


6-6-1675


Ondertrouw te Zutphen met Trijntje Krajinghe,

j.d., beiden wonende alhier Trouwboek Zutphen

Diderick


Jurgen


Soldaat(?) onder dhr Rijngraaf van Silezie




25-7-1655


Huwelijk te St. Anna ter Muiden met Philippine-

Genealogisch Centrum Middelburg. Zie ook: Website

Met dank aan Marianne Gossije

Diederigh

Jacob


Adelborst


5-5-1641


Huwelijk te Breda met Agneetien Pauwels Joosten Isis Breda

Palatine DNA Project
Y-DNA Test Results (Alleles) for Project Members

WAGGONERS NEW YORK ZACHARIA RAY
GROUAZEL FRANCE WILL COMPARE TO TOTTENS
17 111223 Detlor, Teter, Teeter, Deiter, Haley, Dee E1b1b1 13 24 13 10 16 16 11 12 13 13 11 31 18 9 9 11 11 25 14

4 127240 Keiser E1b1b1 13 24 13 10 16 18 11 12 11 13 11 30 15 9 9 11 11 26

55 Francis Waggoner, b.c. 1748, NY, USA?, d. 1806 VT. J2a4b 12 25 14 10 13 16 11 16 11 13 11 30 18 9 9 11 11 26 15 20 29 12 1

135 169843 Jean Grouazel, 1664-1744 Brittany/France R1b1b2 13 25 14 10 11 14 12 12 12 13 14 29 17 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 15

1 53847 Johannas Hoffmann, 1789-1858 E1b1b1 12 24 13 10 15 17 11 12 13 13 11 30 16



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